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Nursing major now at Florham

Last semester, FDU introduced a nursing major at the Florham Campus for the first time. Read about the new cohort of students, expansion of health sciences programming and more!
 

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Political activist visits FDU

Writer and political activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali discussed her perspective on Islam with Robert Houle, associate professor of history, and students at the Florham Campus.

visits to the Red Square, the Red October Babaevsky chocolate factory — “a childhood dream come true!” she says — the Bolshoi Theater and Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, and the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg. - See more at: http://view2.fdu.edu/fdu-whats-new/feature-stories/2014-2015/06/from-russia-with-love-fdu-student-elona-bilovol-studies-abroad/#sthash.3iNEE5Jy.dpuf

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FDU student Nicole Salomone presented a paper on vampires and premature burial at an academic conference at University of Oxford over winter break.

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Linda Wellbrock sq cropGiving women a leg up

Fairleigh Dickinson University alumna Linda Wellbrock, MBA'03 (Flor), is giving a leg up to female entrepreneurs with her company Leading Women Entrepreneurs & Business Owners.

 


Kent Fairfield sq crop 1Professor's focus: learning by doing

New menu, new turf, new labs among Florham Campus summer projects - See more at: http://view2.fdu.edu/fdu-whats-new/feature-stories/2015-2016/08/new-menu-new-turf-new-labs-among-florham-campus-summer-projects/#sthash.XXKRh7QQ.dpuf

Kent Fairfield, assoc. professor of management, promotes experiential learning in his classroom. His students work on community-service projects and "learn management by doing management."

 


Stacie Lents web cropTheater professor debuts new play

New labs in Becton Hall and more changes for Metropolitan Campus - See more at: http://view2.fdu.edu/fdu-whats-new/feature-stories/2015-2016/08/new-labs-in-becton-hall-and-more-changes-for-metropolitan-campus/#sthash.4tdMkxbZ.dpuf

Stacie Lents, associate professor of theater, has a new play debuting at the Crossroads Theatre in New Brunswick, N.J. in February. She discusses the show, "College Colors," which addresses race and friendship with MyCentralJersey.com.

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