Recap & Response: Knowingly Orchestrating Our Own Extinction

On March 27, 2019, a group of experts on environmental issues convened for the Cassamarca Dinner Consultation to share their thoughts on the environment. Earlier that day, a more formal lecture was held to discuss the pressing matter of climate change. At the dinner, Archbishop Bernardito Auza, Reverend John Cunningham SJ, Dr. J. Alan Clark, […]

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Cassamarca Lecture: The Pope and the United Nations on the Environment

by: Paul Michael ’20 and Patrick Fernandez ’20 Last March 27, faculty and students gathered at Flom Auditorium to hear Archishop Auza’s address about the environmental concerns that face the world in 2019. The Archbishop opened his lecture by explaining how the magnitude of environmental issues and its consequences for all of humanity means that […]

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Council on Foreign Relations Trip 2019

by: Patrick Fernandez ’20 Last March 8, IPED students went to the Council of Foreign Relations (CFR) in the Upper East Side of Manhattan to learn more about international relations. They met with Ms. Jamille Bigio, Senior Fellow in the Women and Foreign Policy program of CFR. Ms. Bigio talked about the role of women […]

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2019 Swanstrom-Baerwald Award Ceremony

by: Patrick Fernandez ’20 Last March 13, Fordham IPED hosted the Swanstrom-Baerwald Award Ceremony. Together with the Catholic Relief Services (CRS), Fordham awarded John Briggs (IPED ’09) in honor of his work in the service of faith through the promotion of international peace and development in Guatemala. He is currently the head of programming for […]

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IPED’s 40th Anniversary Party

by: Patrick Fernandez ’20 Last March 7th, IPED students, alumni, and faculty celebrated IPED’s 40th Anniversary. There were silent auctions, raffle, and free give-aways during the event! The event started with opening remarks from Dr. Schwalbenberg, director of the IPED program. Two alumni, Angelika Condon ’07 and Sara Bordas-Eddy ’03, then presented about their experience […]

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