Spring 2019 Class Start Dates

The following programs at Fordham Westchester will start classes on the following dates for the Spring 2019 semester: Fordham School of Professional and Continuing Studies Classes start Monday, January 14 Gabelli School of Business Classes start Monday, January 14 Graduate School of Education Classes start Monday, January 14 Graduate School of Social Service Thursday classes More …

Holiday Toy and Baby Clothes Drive

Now through Monday, December 17, 2018 The holiday toy drive collection will go to the Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center (Yonkers, NY). Toy & Baby Clothes Drive Wish List:All toys and clothes should be new due to heightened infection control precautions. Additionally plush toys will not be accepted. For Babies & Infants:Mozart Music Cube, Stroller Clip on Toys, More …

Speaker Series for Educational Leaders

Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education Division of Educational Leadership, Administration and Policy and Southern Westchester BOCES are co-sponsoring a Fall/Winter Speaker Series, open to current and aspiring school and district leaders in the greater New York City area. Topics and dates: Thursday, November 8, 2018 5:00-6:30 pm   Margaret Terry Orr, Associate Professor   Engaging in Continuous More …

Thanksgiving Food Drive

The Office of Campus Ministry and the Fordham Alumni Chapter of Westchester are sponsoring their annual Thanksgiving food drive beginning November 5 through November 20.  This year, there are two ways to donate: Consider making a monetary donation, which allows flexibility in providing whatever our neighbors need most–whether that is a turkey, fresh fruit, vegetables, or other More …

Veterans Writing Workshop Celebrates Publication of Latest Anthology “Afterwords: Who Can Forget.”

The Veterans Writing Workshop celebrated the publication of their latest anthology “Afterwords: Who Can Forget.”  The reading and reception took place on Tuesday, October 16 at Fordham Westchester in front of a enthusiastic, responsive and appreciate audience. The Veterans Writing Workshop helps veterans tell their stories by providing professional-level writing workshops at Fordham Westchester free More …

Fond Farewell to Retirees

Recently, Fordham University offered voluntary separations or early retirements.  Nine employees on the Fordham Westchester campus took advantage of the program and celebrations took place throughout the summer to honor these valuable members of the community. The nine individuals included: Angela Belsole (Grants and Special Projects Manager/GSS),  Arthur Buckley (Security Supervisor), James Cook (Security Supervisor),  More …

Conference on The Impact of Violence on Health & Education

This conference will examine the multifaceted effects of violence throughout the lifespan and present proactive measures to mitigate adverse outcomes, especially focusing on gun violence, school violence, and sexual and gender-based violence.  In preparation for this forum, Fordham University’s Institute for Women & Girls and the international Health Awareness Network (IHAN) will open a call More …

Alzheimer’s Disease from “A to Z”

Come learn about: Signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. How to communicate concerns. Planning for care as you age. Friday, November 9 Fordham Westchester 400 Westchester Avenue West Harrison, NY 10604 8:30am – registration and breakfast 9:30am-11:30am – workshop Free memory screenings available. Register of learn more at www.alzfdn.org/events or call AFA at 866-232-8484. Continuing More …

Fordham Westchester on the Small Screen

Fordham Westchester was one of the locations for an upcoming Netflix limited series titled Maniac.  The show stars Emma Stone and Jonah Hill.  Both actors were on the Fordham Westchester campus filming scenes for the series last October.   The campus was converted into a Psychiatric Center for the series.  The show will premiere Friday, September More …