During his visit, theoretical physicist Michio Kaku discussed string theory, the universe, human lifespan and consciousness for an audience of students, faculty and staff.
Fairleigh Dickinson University's Latino Promise and Puerta al Futuro programs and support services are helping improve college outcomes for Latino and Hispanic students!
Vancouver Campus students recently competed in National Model United Nations (NMUN) 2016 in New York City, N.Y., and two were named as Outstanding Delegates.
Eight Silberman College of Business students and members of the Finance Club, recently participated in the Global Asset Management Education (G.A.M.E.) VI Forum, an annual conference in New York City, N.Y.
On April 15, a student exhibit — created to bring awareness to modern slavery and called “Slavery in the 21st Century: A WaVE Exhibit of Writing, Art, and Activism” — opened at the Florham Campus.
The April Photo-a-Day Instagram Challenge is back! It's easy: make your profile public, follow the prompts, snap a photo, tag photos #myfdu, win an awesome prize: a gift card, flex dollars or bookstore gear!
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