Volume 8, Number 3
Table of Contents
As Fairleigh Dickinson began unveiling new initiatives to propel its global mission, one in particular prompted a media feeding frenzy: the introduction of an online learning requirement for every student.
Approximately 10 percent of elementary and high school students suffer from a learning disability. With the help of professors well-versed in the topic, FDU Magazine examines these disorders and offers advice for those affected.
College students are not immune from these troubles, and Fairleigh Dickinson provides a thorough support program at the Regional Center for College Students with Learning Disabilities.
FDU Magazine also highlights the Universitys acclaimed education programs for teachers who wish to specialize in learning disabilities.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is commonly misunderstood and can cause severe consequences. FDU Magazine sets the record straight on ADHD and explains how children and adults can receive professional help at Fairleigh Dickinson clinics.
Take a trip back to the late 1950s with alumna Grayce Lucca Pitera and revisit a time when President Peter Sammartino and others were still planting the seeds of a global instiution and students like Pitera were learning how to be world citizens.
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FDU Magazine Online is published three times yearly by the Office of Communications and Marketing, Fairleigh Dickinson University, 1000 River Road, Teaneck, N.J. 07666
J. Michael Adams President, Carl Viola Executive Vice President, James Lyddy Senior Vice President for Univeristy Advancement, Arthur Petrosemolo Associate Vice President for Communications and Marketing, Gerry Bellotti Director of Alumni Affairs, Angelo Carfagna Director of Communications/
Contributors:Dorian Alu, Mary Donnelly
Photo Credits: Shelley Kusnetz, Jim Reme
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