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Fordham University ( /ˈfɔrdəm/) is a private Jesuit research university in New York City. Established in 1841 and named for the Fordham neighborhood of the Bronx in which its original campus is located, Fordham is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit university in the northeastern United States,[7] and the third-oldest university in New York State.[8]

Fordham University
Fordham University seal.svg
باللاتينية: Universitas Fordhamensis
الشعارSapientia et Doctrina (Latin)
الشعار بالعربيةWisdom and Learning
النوعPrivate research university
تأسست24 يونيو 1841; منذ 181 سنة (1841-06-24
المؤسسJohn Hughes
الارتباط الدينيRoman Catholic (Jesuit)[1]
الارتباط الأكاديمي
الوقف$712.8 million (2020)[2]
الرئيس المناوبRobert D. Daleo
الرئيسJoseph M. McShane
ProvostDennis C. Jacobs
الطاقم الأكاديمي1,210[3] (753 full-time[4])
الطلبة16,364[4]
طلاب نحو البكالوريوس9,399[4]
دارسون بعد التخرج6,965[4]
الموقعNew York City، New York، United States
40°51′43″N 73°53′10″W / 40.86194°N 73.88611°W / 40.86194; -73.88611Coordinates: 40°51′43″N 73°53′10″W / 40.86194°N 73.88611°W / 40.86194; -73.88611
الحرم
الألوانMaroon and white [6]
         
الكنيةRams
جالب الحظThe Ram
Sporting affiliations
الموقع الإلكتروني{{URL|example.com|optional display text}}
Fordham University wordmark.svg

Founded as St. John's College by John Hughes, then a coadjutor bishop of New York, the college was placed in the care of the Society of Jesus shortly thereafter, and has since become a Jesuit-affiliated independent school under a lay board of trustees. The college's first president, John McCloskey, was later the first Catholic cardinal in the United States.[9] While governed independently of the church since 1969, every president of Fordham University since 1846 has been a Jesuit priest, and the curriculum remains influenced by Jesuit educational principles.[10] Fordham is the only Jesuit tertiary institution in New York City.[11]

Fordham's alumni and faculty include U.S. Senators and representatives, four cardinals of the Catholic Church, several U.S. governors and ambassadors, a number of billionaires, two directors of the CIA, Academy Award and Emmy-winning actors, royalty, a foreign head of state, a White House Counsel, a vice chief of staff of the U.S. Army,[12] a U.S. Postmaster General,[13] a U.S. Attorney General,[14] the first female vice presidential candidate of a major political party in the United States, and a president of the United States (Donald Trump, attended two years before transferring).[15]

Fordham enrolls approximately 15,300 students from more than 65 countries,[16] and is composed of ten constituent colleges, four of which are undergraduate and six of which are postgraduate, across three campuses in southern New York State: the Rose Hill campus in the Bronx, the Lincoln Center campus in Manhattan's Upper West Side, and the Westchester campus in West Harrison, New York. In addition to these locations, the university maintains a study abroad center in London and field offices in Spain and South Africa. The university offers degrees in over 60 disciplines.[17]

The university's athletic teams, the Rams, include a football team that boasted a win in the Sugar Bowl, two Pro Football Hall of Famers, two All-Americans, two Canadian Football League All-Stars, and numerous NFL players; the Rams also participated in history's first televised college football game in 1939 and history's first televised college basketball game in 1940.[18][19] Fordham's baseball team played the first collegiate baseball game under modern rules in 1859, has fielded 56 major league players, and holds the record for most NCAA Division I baseball victories in history.[20]

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التاريخ

John Hughes, Archbishop of New York and founder of St. John's College
John McCloskey, first president of St. John's College and later Cardinal-Archbishop of New York



أكاديمية

المدرسة
تأسست
Fordham College (Rose Hill)
1841
School of Law
1905
Fordham College (Lincoln Center)
1913
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
1916
Graduate School of Education
1916
Graduate School of Social Service
1916
Gabelli School of Business
1920
School of Professional and Continuing Studies
1944
Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education
1969
 
Cunniffe House, the administration building at Rose Hill, constructed in 1838[21] and one of the oldest buildings on campus

القبول

‘’إحصائيات المتقدمين من المرحلة الثانوية’’
  2013[22] 2014[23] 2015[24] 2016[25]
Applicants 36,189 40,912 42,811 44,768
Admits 17,055 19,685 20,366 20,214
Admit rate 47% 48% 47% 45%
Enrolled 1,967 2,258 2,211 2,160


الترتيب والسمعة

 
O'Hare Hall at Rose Hill campus
ترتيب الجامعة
على المستوى الوطني
Forbes[26] 141
THE/WSJ[27] 183
U.S. News & World Report[28] 66
Washington Monthly[29] 267
على مستوى العالم
QS[30] 801–1000

U.S. News & World Report
Graduate Program Rankings[31]

العلوم الحيوية 190
الأعمال 80
علم النفس السريري 74
التربية 39
الإنگليزية 51
التاريخ 79
القانون 27
علم النفس 131
العمل الاجتماعي 25
علم الاجتماع 102


المقار

 
 
حرم روز هل (البرونكس)
 
حرم لنكون سنتر (منهاتن)
خريطة مقري جامعة فوردم في مدينة نيويورك

الخريجون وطاقم التدريس

أبرز الخريجين

Donald Trump, the former president of the United States, attended the university for two years before transferring to the University of Pennsylvania to complete his undergraduate studies.[15] Geraldine Ferraro, the first female vice presidential candidate of a major political party in the United States, attended Fordham,[32] as did numerous United States Congresspersons. New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo is an alumnus[33] as was Martin H. Glynn, the 40th Governor of New York (1913–1914) and first Catholic to hold the office.[34] Among those serving at high levels of the U.S. Executive Branch were Postmaster General John E. Potter;[13] Central Intelligence Director William J. Casey from 1981 to 1987[35] and John O. Brennan from 2013 to 2017;[36] John N. Mitchell, Attorney General from 1969 to 1972;[14] and Bernard M. Shanley, Deputy Chief of Staff and White House Counsel to President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Fordham claims a number of distinguished military honorees, including three Medal of Honor recipients and notable generals including General John "Jack" Keane, four-star general and Army Vice Chief of Staff, and Major General Martin Thomas McMahon, decorated American Civil War officer. Fordham has produced college and university presidents for at least 10 institutions around the United States, including two for Georgetown University and one each for Columbia University and New York University, and produced Robert Kibbee, the Chancellor of the City University of New York. Cardinal Francis Spellman oversaw the Archdiocese of New York. James B. Donovan defended Rudolph Abel in his spy trial and negotiated the release of Francis Gary Powers. Archduchess Charlotte of Austria, daughter of the last Austrian Emperor, Charles I, studied at the School of Social Sciences.[37][38]

Business and finance magnates who attended Fordham include Anne M. Mulcahy, Chairperson and CEO of Xerox;[39] Rose Marie Bravo, Vice chairman and CEO of Burberry;[40] E. Gerald Corrigan, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York;[41] Maria Elena Lagomasino, CEO of JP Morgan Private Bank;[42] Joe Moglia, Chairman and CEO of TD Ameritrade;[43] Stephen J. Hemsley, CEO of UnitedHealth Group;[44] Wellington Mara, New York Giants owner;[45] John D. Finnegan, Chairman, President, and CEO of Chubb Corporation; Mario Gabelli, billionaire and founding CEO of GAMCO Investors; Lorenzo Mendoza, billionaire and CEO of Empresas Polar; Eugene Shvidler, billionaire and international oil tycoon;[46] Frank Calderoni, CEO of Anaplan.

In the media and communications field, Fordham has produced Charles Osgood, three-time Emmy Award and two-time Peabody Award-winning journalist for CBS and Radio Hall of Fame inductee; Louis Boccardi, President of the Associated Press; Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Loretta Tofani; Jim Dwyer, Pulitzer Prize winning columnist and author; G. Gordon Liddy, President Richard Nixon associate and leader of the White House Plumbers, political pundit, and radio show host; and Baseball Hall of Fame broadcaster and Radio Hall of Famer Vin Scully.

Fordham's contributors to arts and entertainment include Denzel Washington, two-time Academy Award and two-time Golden Globe Award-winning actor;[47] Alan Alda, six-time Emmy Award and six-time Golden Globe Award-winning actor;[48] Academy Award-nominated actress Patricia Clarkson;[49] Dylan McDermott;[50] actress Taylor Schilling;[51] actress and comedian Regina Hall;[52] Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey;[53] Mary Higgins Clark, best-selling suspense novelist;[54] horror novelist and playwright Robert Marasco;[55] Don DeLillo, acclaimed novelist and Pulitzer Prize nominee; Robert Sean Leonard, Golden Globe winning television show actor;[56] Bob Keeshan of TV's award-winning "Captain Kangaroo";[57] and John LaFarge, painter, muralist, and designer of stained-glass windows. John Gilmary Shea, regarded as the "Father of American Catholic History", is also an alumnus.[58] Michael Alig, infamous club promoter of '90s New York City nightlife, also attended Fordham.

People from the world of sports who attended Fordham include Baseball Hall of Fame inductee Frankie Frisch (the "Fordham Flash"); Vince Lombardi, football coaching legend; Bill Chadwick, Hockey Hall of Fame inductee; Tom Courtney, two-time Olympic gold medalist and holder of world record in the 880-yard run; and Steve Bellán, first Latin American to play Major League Baseball.[59]


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Notable current and former faculty


In popular culture

 
Keating Hall Auditorium, popular filming location at Rose Hill


See also

References

Informational notes

Citations

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  57. ^ Severo, Richard (January 23, 2004). "Bob Keeshan, Who Played Captain Kangaroo on TV, Is Dead at 76". The New York Times. Retrieved April 17, 2017.
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Bibliography

Further reading

  • Feddeck, Fred C. (2001). Hale Men of Fordham: Hail!. Trafford Publishing. ISBN 978-1-55212-577-9.
  • Marrone, Debra J. Caruso (2012). Fordham University & the United States: A History. E-Lit. ISBN 978-0-9894011-1-1.

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