Gayathri A piano

Two artists: in concert and on exhibit

University staff members Gayathri Attiken and Dan Landau will break from their day jobs to reveal their musical and artistic sides at a piano recital and art exhibit event at Giovatto Library on the Metropolitan Campus in February.

Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowsh

Cecil and Mandela

Vancouver provost delivers keynote

Vancouver Provost Cecil Abrahams recently served as keynote speaker at Africa Awareness Week, discussing "transformative leadership," and his work with the late Nelson Mandela in South Africa.

Cell bio students

It’s more than just a brand new floor for Fairleigh Dickinson University’s School of Pharmacy — it’s a whole new phase. - See more at:

Two Florham students presented a scientific poster with Patricia Melloy, associate professor, at the American Society for Cell Biology/International Federation for Cell Biology meeting in Philadelphia, Pa.

the American Society for Cell Biology/International Federation for Cell Biology - See more at:
Homology modeling and functional analysis of the mitotic checkpoint complex in budding yeast - See more at:
scientific poster


SnoweFormer Senator Olympia Snowe at NJSS

Former U.S. Senator Olympia Snowe (R) of Maine spoke about the recent midterm elections, ongoing bipartisian gridlock and finding common ground in Congress at NJPAC in Newark, N.J., as part of the New Jersey Speakers Series.

Pharmacy Five tips to stay healthy this cold and flu season

Wash those hands! Follow a few easy tips from our School of Pharmacy faculty and help prevent the spread of colds and the flu this winter.

year in review 5Year in Review: 2014

2015 may have arrived — but let's take a look back at the FDU’s 2014. It was big year, with visits from techie Steve Wozniak and writer Neil Gaiman, the @fduwhatsnew Instagram photo challenge and MLK Jr. statue installation!

the Global Scholars program at Fairleigh Dickinson University's Vancouver Campus hosted its first academic conference. Called “[Inter-] Connected (-ed),” the conference focused on student research on the interconnectedness of different issues - See more at:


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  • Washington Post: 39% approval rating for Christie as he talks national politics
  • Devils women's basketball wins 45 games in a row
  • Dean Kenneth Vehrkens' op-ed says economics fuel racial divide
  • Salon: Prof. René Steinke discusses life on contaminated land
  • Forbes: FDU President Drucker on leadership