Our Fourth Annual Holiday Fundraising Auction is On!
See all our offerings and make a bid to support Fordham student scholarships and awards. See Charity Buzz and Charity Auctions Today for all. There are experiences, sports memorabilia, pop culture items, Fordham-related items and so much more. Thank you and thank you to the many alumni who donated items to make the auction possible!!
Thanks to all who came by the FCAA table at homecoming to say hi and purchase branded items. It was wonderful to see everyone. If you missed it, see our Facebook shop. All proceeds go to Fordham student scholarships and awards.
Journalism Scholars Award Now Named for Alum Jim Dwyer ’79
Upon the recent passing of Fordham College alum Jim Dwyer, Class of 1979, the FCAA board voted to rename its journalism award, which will henceforth be known as the FCAA Jim Dwyer Journalism Scholars Award.
Jim began his career at The Ram (even though he entered college as an aspiring doctor) and went on to have a fabulous career at Newsday, the Daily News and The New York Times where he was a reporter and columnist. He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1995 for commentary while at Newsday and also won in 1992 as part of a Newsday team reporting on a subway derailment in Manhattan.
A revered journalist, Jim, who was 63 at the time of his death from lung cancer, was a great supporter of Fordham. He was speaker at the FCAA’s first marquee dinner where he regaled guests with his great stories about New York City, its cast of leaders throughout the years, politics, his family and his beloved Ireland.
Rev. Joseph M. McShane, SJ, FCAA Student Achievement Award
The FCAA was proud to present the first Joseph M. McShane, SJ, FCAA Student Achievement Award to Maeve Burke, FCRH ’20, a journalism major from the Philadelphia area. Maeve has been an intern at CBS News and the Discovery Channel. Here she is (center) at the presentation with, left to right, Fordham Rose Hill Dean Maura Mast, the FCAA’s Norma Vavolizza, FCAA President Debra Caruso Marrone, and Fordham President Father McShane. (Photo taken in Father McShane’s Office.)
The Fordham College Alumni Association, an independent, non-profit volunteer organization, seeks to strengthen the bonds of alumni – to each other, to Fordham College Rose Hill and to the university. The organization provides scholarships and grants to current Fordham College students and holds professional networking events for alumni. Members are Fordham College graduates and students who have attended for more than one year.
The Fordham College Alumni Association is an independent, 501 (C) 3 volunteer organization, incorporated in the State of New York, and chartered separately from Fordham College at Rose Hill and Fordham University.