Pediatric Pharmacist Provides Emergency and ICU Care to Patients

Priya Narang, a pediatric pharmacist at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. (Photo: Peter Howard)

A career aptitude test, taken in her senior year of high school, pointed Priya Narang, PharmD’17 (Flor), toward pharmacy.

Thirteen years later, Narang’s test results have proven accurate — she’s a pediatric pharmacist at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, landing the post just one year after graduating from…

Peter Onorati Talks Life as a Guest Star

Two actors on a television set in SWAT gear.
Peter Onorati, MBA’80 (Flor), left, as Sergeant Jeff Mumford on CBS’s S.W.A.T. (Photo: CBS Photo…

Viewers probably know him best as the hard-bitten Jeff Mumford on the CBS police drama “S.W.A.T.,” or as the embattled Stanley Pearson on the NBC family drama “This Is Us.” But Peter Onorati, MBA’80 (Flor), counts dozens of film and television credits over the course of his…

Alumnus Studies the Origins of 17th-, 18th- and 19th-Century Barns and Buildings

Fairleigh Dickinson University alumnus Greg Huber, BS’71 (Metro), is in demand as a historical consultant…

Greg Huber, BS’71 (Metro), grew up in Hackensack, N.J., a long way from rural America. But his childhood home just happened to border an 1890s carriage barn, which he delighted in exploring.

Today, the founder of Eastern Barn Consultants, Macungie, Pa., is a sought-after authority on historic…

Chariane Nkengfack Builds Her Life and Her Career One Line of Code at a Time

A young woman sits next to the iconic Microsoft logo and symbol.
Chariane Nkengfack at Microsoft headquarters. (Photo: Judson Felder)

Her fascination with computer programming and coding started with The Sims, a popular video game.

Chariane Nkengfack recalls thinking, “When I click, how do I get all of these options?” She continues, “There are so many possibilities in the game. How do you write code for that…

In Re-examining a Gruesome Case Via Podcast, Professors Probe the Criminal Justice System

Meghan Sacks, left, and Amy Shlosberg, hosts of the podcast ‘Direct Appeal,’ are associate professors of criminology at Fairleigh Dickinson University. (Photo: Bill Cardoni)

“You don’t get a perfect trial. You get a fair trial,” says Meghan Sacks, associate professor of criminology and director of the undergraduate…

The Benefits, Challenges and Realities of Online Education in 2020

When online learning emerged, critics said it couldn’t compete with face-to-face instruction, and the naysayers predicted its eventual demise. Now it’s safe to say that online learning is here to stay. Growth and demand have continued to rise for almost two decades. More than…

Angela Morris, Student of History, Shapes Her Classes Based on the Social and Political Moment

Angela Morris, tutor and lecturer in social policy and history at FDU’s Wroxton College. (Photo…

Inside the classroom in a 16th-century abbey in rural England, the topics are riveting — #MeToo, immigration, Brexit and the gender pay gap — and the discussions animated. Bridging these topics is Angela Morris, tutor and lecturer in social policy and history at FDU’s Wroxton College.

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Chris Johnson, BS’93 (Flor), left, is funding a scholarship in honor of his mentor David…

At a party celebrating the 10th anniversary of Hollister Construction Services, owner Christopher Johnson, BS’93 (Flor), and his wife, Jennifer, BA’00 (Flor), announced their intention to fund a scholarship named for David Knee, BA’88 (Flor), Johnson’s mentor, close friend and former business associate.

It’s almost hard to…

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