INSIDE FDU on the web — February 2006

New Dean for Silberman College
Bill Schwartz joined the University’s Silberman College of Business January 1.

Alumnus, Trustee Weinstein Supports Holocaust Symposium and Fund for FDU
Stephen “Skippy” Weinstein, BS’62 (Ruth), commits to $350,000.

Middle States Update
Board authorizes next step in re-accreditation.

Graduate Center for Professional Psychology Planned in Israel
Center will offer Israel’s first PsyD program in clinical psychology.

President’s Book Explores Globalization, World Citizenship and Global Education
Coming of Age in a Globalized World: The Next Generation released.

Bahraini Ambassador and Wife Visit
Kassim Buallay and his wife, Safiya, visit, speak to classes and interact with faculty/students.

Artis Joins Board of Trustees
Curtis Artis, retired AT&T, Lucent executive, serving three-year term.

United Nations Events Scheduled
U.N. lectures, videoconferences and briefings being held.

Get Facts Online
Office of Institutional Research and Assessment annouces new Web site features, updates.

Black History Month Celebrated
Events include lecture, film and book discussions, bus trips and vigil for Rosa Parks.

Global Challenge Offered to High School Students
Core course offered at Bergen Academies.

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Update, In Memoriam, Announcing, Welcome

College Happenings


  • Juliette Brooks
    University Assistant Director of Purchasing, Metropolitan Campus
  • Andrew Eisen
    Associate Professor of Psychology and Director, Child Anxiety Disorders Clinic, Metropolitan Campus
  • Angela Morris
    Tutor and Lecturer in Social Policy and History, Wroxton College
  • James Sawyer
    Assistant Director of Admissions, College at Florham

This & That
Brief items of interest

Photo Stories
FDU in Space, Dos Mundos Unidos

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