Fairleigh Dickinson University Newsroom

The Office of Public Relations handles external communications and serves as the official source of information on behalf of Fairleigh Dickinson University.

The office is the main resource for members of the news media requesting interviews with university personnel or seeking information about administrative, academic or student matters. Our faculty and staff can also provide resources and expert opinion on the pressing issues of the day, from hot-button social and cultural topics to politics, business and foreign affairs.

If you’re working on a story, we can help.

Metropolitan Campus,Teaneck NJ
and Vancouver Campus, Canada

Dina Schipper
Director, University Public Relations

Kenna Caprio

Florham Campus, Madison, NJ
and Wroxton College, England

Scott Giglio
Assistant Director, Public Relations

Dan Landau

At FDU, our expertise includes:

Veterans. Academic and support services for returning Iraq and Afghanistan veterans.

United Nations. Partnerships with U.N. organizations, diplomat lecture series, student tours, NGO status and briefings.

Global learning. Global Virtual Faculty, online global “challenge” courses, Global Issues Gateway website, human rights and peace initiatives, services for international students.

Politics. PublicMind polling organization and experts on state, national and international issues.

Study abroad. Programs in Latin America, Europe, Canada, Asia, Africa and at FDU’s Wroxton College in England.

Business. Entrepreneurship, sustainable enterprise, global commerce, executive leadership, human resource management, family and small businesses, hospitality and tourism management.

Health. Public health issues, nursing shortage and nursing education.

Crime. Criminal justice education, cyber crime training for law enforcement officers, forensic science studies.

Education. QUEST teacher preparation program, online courses, low-residency degree programs.

Learning disabilities. Centers for dyslexia studies and college students with learning disabilities.

Mental health. Community clinics for child anxiety disorders and adult psychological services.

Immigrant outreach. Degree programs and English as a Second Language training for native speakers of Spanish, Korean and Chinese.