To my knowledge no. I had this come up for a client probably 2 years ago with Microsoft first made this change.
Forwards used to show the actual user that sent it, not the forward address. After a long escalation to Microsoft we were essentially told sorry working as intended.
As a smart IT person, I am sure you could still dig into the email headers of the message and be able to see the original sender, but that does not really help you out as far as displaying it to your user.