Fordham Media Mentions: February 17, 2017

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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

KAREN GREENBERG
Fordham University Report Examines ISIS Prosecutions In The U.S.
NPR 02-10-17
Karen Greenberg of Fordham University explains a report on ISIS prosecutions in the U.S. In an earlier interview with NPR, a lawmaker misidentified the report’s numbers on refugees and attacks.

OLIVIA HOOKER
The Long Blue Line: African-Americans in the U.S. Coast Guard (Part 2)
Coastguard.dodlive.mil 02-09-17
Others included SPAR Olivia Hooker, who went on to become a distinguished professor of psychology at Fordham University, retiring at the age of 87.

Women Of Black History: 5 Things To Know About Pioneering Lawyer Eunice Carter
Madame Noire 02-15-17
After switching things up from social work to studying law, Eunice ended up becoming the first Black woman to receive a law degree from New York City’s Fordham University.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

Op-Ed: Governor’s Budget Proposal Puts 6,000 Seniors at Risk
The Bronx Chronicle 02-10-17
A recent study by DFTA and Fordham University found that senior center participants reported they had better physical and mental health, were exercising more, and were less lonely over a 12-month period.

Fordham Real Estate Institute at Lincoln Center to Host Panel on Residential Real Estate Trends Lead by Industry Veteran Michael Stoler
Benzinga.com 02-14-17
The Fordham Real Estate Institute at Lincoln Center has announced it will host a breakfast panel moderated by real estate expert Michael Stoler on Wednesday, March 15, from 8 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. at the University’s Lincoln Center campus.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS

A Book Review . . . The Shadow Of Constantine
The Wanderer 02-09-17
Demacopoulos, George E. and Aristotle Papanikolaou, editors. Christianity, Democracy, and the Shadow of Constantine. New York: Fordham University Press, 2017

ADMINISTRATORS

DONNA LEHMANN
Is Programmatic Advertising Brand Safe?
Inside Higher Ed 02-14-17
By Donna Lehmann

SCHOOL OF LAW

Trump’s Expanded Global Gag Order Is Dangerously Restrictive
Huffington Post 02-09-17
Another report, released by the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice at Fordham Law School, focused specifically on the implications of the policy for Ethiopia.

The refugee debate: Resettlement in the Capital Region
News10.com 02-15-17
According to the Center on National Security at Fordham Law, since 9/11 of the more than 900,000 refugees resettled in the U.S. there have been two attacks carried out by a refugee.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

KAREN GREENBERG
Fordham University Report Examines ISIS Prosecutions In The U.S.
NPR 02-10-17
Karen Greenberg of Fordham University explains a report on ISIS prosecutions in the U.S. In an earlier interview with NPR, a lawmaker misidentified the report’s numbers on refugees and attacks.

KAREN GREENBERG
48 QUESTIONS THE FBI USES TO DETERMINE IF SOMEONE IS A LIKELY TERRORIST
The Intercept 02-13-17
“Set the civil liberties issues aside for a moment, and this says that we are grasping at straws to try to figure out what the factors involved in radicalization are,” said Karen Greenberg, the director of Fordham Law School’s Center on National Security.

KAREN GREENBERG
The new ISIS threat? It’s right here, at home, experts say
NJ.com 02-15-17
All shared much in common, said Karen Greenberg, director of the center.

JED SHUGERMAN
How Trump can be held accountable for violating the Constitution, even if Congress doesn’t care
ThinkProgress.org 02-13-17
An obscure legal tactic could be used to hold Trump accountable for illegal acts without involving Congress, Jed Shugerman, a professor at Fordham University Law School, tells ThinkProgress.

JED SHUGERMAN
Group urges New York AG to put Trump out of business by revoking charter
The Washington Post 02-15-17
Two law firms, Emery Celli Brinckerhoff & Abady, as well as Clements & Pineault, led by former federal prosecutor Ben T. Clements, joined the group in writing the letter. Also joining is Fordham Law Professor and author Jed Shugerman.

JED SHUGERMAN
New York attorney general reviewing request to bring action to dissolve Trump Organization
ThinkProgress.org 02-15-17
In an FAQ document, Free Speech for People and attorneys Jonathan S. Abady, Andrew G. Celli, Jr., Ben T. Clements, and Fordham University School of Law Professor Jed Shugerman explain how Schneiderman could bring about a lawsuit.

JED SHUGERMAN
This Emoluments Thing Isn’t Going Away
Slate 02-15-17
But a new theory advanced by Fordham University Law School professor Jed Shugerman may present an end run around that standing problem.

JOHN PFAFF
Trump takes first tentative steps on public safety
The Baltimore Sun 02-09-17
Fordham University law professor John Pfaff, who teaches criminal law, speculated that gauzy language in the orders calling for a review of federal funding could be aimed at gutting research on shootings by police, for instance.

JOHN PFAFF
Why President Trump’s Misleading Image of American Crime Matters
NBC News 02-09-17
Fordham Law Professor John Pfaff, who teaches criminal law, said Trump misses important context by focusing on large year-over increases instead of historic trends.

JOHN PFAFF
Jeff Sessions Probably Can’t Restart the Incarceration Boom
Bloomberg 02-09-17
It’s also more or less what Pfaff, a professor at the Fordham University School of Law in New York, replied when I e-mailed him this morning:

JOHN PFAFF
Everything You Think You Know About Mass Incarceration Is Wrong
The Marshall Project 02-09-17
Pfaff brings unusual credentials to the conversation. He is a law professor at Fordham University, but also a University of Chicago-trained economist, fluent in data analysis.

JOHN PFAFF
Are We All Equal Under the Law?
WNYC 02-16-17
John Pfaff, law professor at Fordham Law School, joins us to discuss his book, Locked In: The True Causes of Mass Incarceration and How to Achieve Real Reform.

DEBORAH DENNO
Denno on Concocting Criminal Intent
LawProfessors.Typepad.com 02-09-17
Deborah W. Denno (Fordham University School of Law) has posted Concocting Criminal Intent (Georgetown Law Journal, Vol. 105, pp. 323-78 (2017)) on SSRN.

DEBORAH DENNO
Amid controversy over execution drugs, Mississippi eyes firing squad
The Christian Science Monitor 02-10-17
That return to traditional methods is likely to become more common, Fordham University law professor Deborah Denno previously suggested to The Christian Science Monitor.

SEAN GRIFFITH
Latest Twist in the Merger Objection Lawsuit Saga: New York Appellate Court Approves Disclosure-Only Settlement
DandOdiary.com 02-12-17
Among other things, the objectors presented evidence by Fordham Law Professor Sean Griffith challenging the settlement and the proposed payment of plaintiffs’ attorneys’ fees.

MATTHEW A. GOLD
Trump-Trudeau Meeting Will Preview Trade, Border Issues
Global Finance Magazine 02-12-17
“To me, what we’ve seen so far continues to confirm that Mexico and Canada have not yet agreed to renegotiate any particular provision of Nafta,” said Matt Gold, a Fordham University adjunct law professor and former deputy assistant U.S. trade representative.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
Is Trump Stiffing the Constitution Over His Conflicts of Interest?
The Daily Beast 02-12-17
A Fordham law professor, Teachout is an expert on political corruption and conflicts of interest.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
Shoppers weigh boycott calls as buying gets more political
Associated Press 02-12-17
“Headlines are flying fast and furious. And it will be last week’s news,” said professor Susan Scafidi, academic director of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham University’s law school.

THOMAS H. LEE
Courts Likely to Probe Trump’s Intent in Issuing Travel Ban
Reuters via The New York Times 02-13-17
The White House could potentially claim executive privilege, which protects the president and other officials from subpoena, said Thomas Lee, an expert in constitutional law at Fordham University.

THOMAS H. LEE
Trump can learn a lot from FDR’s refugee policy
The Hill 02-13-17
Thomas Lee is the Leitner Family Professor of International at Fordham Law School and Director of International and Graduate Studies at Fordham Law School in New York.

THOMAS H. LEE
The Origins and Fall of Treaty Supremacy and Its Significance
OpinioJuris.org 02-15-17
Thomas Lee is the Leitner Family Professor of International Law and the Director of Graduate and International Studies at Fordham Law School.

ERIC A. PRAGER
Donald Trump’s Supreme Court Pick Came Of Age In A Very Different Republican Party
The Huffington Post 02-11-17
“I thought of it as a paper that was having a conversation about issues in a way that the [Columbia] Spectator didn’t,” said Eric Prager, a former Federalist writer who is now a partner at the law firm K&L Gates and an adjunct professor at Fordham Law School.

HOWARD ERICHSON
DuPont Settlement of Chemical Exposure Case Seen as ‘Shot in the Arm’ for Other Suits
The Wall Street Journal 02-13-17
“The fact that DuPont was willing to put up real money for settlement of these claims has to be a shot in the arm for plaintiffs’ lawyers pursuing similar claims elsewhere,” said Howard Erichson, a law professor at Fordham University School of Law.

MATTHEW DILLER
Trump Order Victims are Being Tracked by This Law Firm
Bloomberg 02-13-17
“Willkie immediately went into high gear in terms of organizing advocacy efforts around her,” said Matthew Diller, Fordham’s dean.

ANDREW KENT
Trump knew for weeks that aide was being misleading over Russia: White House
Reuters 02-14-17
Flynn could also face legal trouble if it emerges that he violated other federal laws in his communications with the Russians, said Andrew Kent, a professor at Fordham University School of Law in New York.

JOEL COHEN
Trump better play ball, if he expects to win in court
The Hill 02-14-17
Joel Cohen, a former state and federal prosecutor, practices criminal defense law at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP in New York. An adjunct professor at Fordham Law School, he regularly lectures and writes on law, ethics and social policy for the New York Law Journal and other publications.

BRUCE A. GREEN
Should Jeff Sessions Recuse Himself From the Russia Inquiries?
The Atlantic 02-16-17
Bruce Green, director of the Louis Stein Center for Law and Ethics at Fordham University, said that while he didn’t believe Sessions’s campaign role necessarily meant Sessions should recuse himself, his status as a sitting attorney general meant that he should at minimum consult the Justice Department’s ethics attorneys on the matter.

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY

MARK CONRAD
The Stadiums That Ate Texas
CityLab.com 02-15-17
Mark Conrad, who directs Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business’s Sports Business Program, doubts that the high school version of this story is any different.

JAMES LOTHIAN
“Should I Attend the New Mass?”
ThinkingHousewife.com 02-15-17
A more recent study by Fordham University professor James Lothian concluded that 65 percent of Catholics went to Sunday Mass in 1965, while the rate dropped to 25 percent in 2000.

FORMER ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

OLIVIA HOOKER
The Long Blue Line: African-Americans in the U.S. Coast Guard (Part 2)
Coastguard.dodlive.mil 02-09-17
Others included SPAR Olivia Hooker, who went on to become a distinguished professor of psychology at Fordham University, retiring at the age of 87.

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

ANJALI DAYAL
Nikki Haley’s New Role at the United Nations
PoliticalViolenceAtAGlance.org 02-09-17
Anjali Dayal is an assistant professor of international politics at Fordham University.

ARISTOTLE PAPANIKOLAOU
How I teach theology to undergrads
The Christian Century 02-06-17
By Aristotle Papanikolaou

MARY BLY
Romance novels: One of publishing’s hottest trends
CBS Sunday Morning 02-12-17
To her students at New York’s Fordham University, she is professor Mary Bly. But to legions of readers, she’s bestselling romance writer Eloisa James, a reigning queen of romance fiction.

BRYAN MASSINGALE, S.T.D.
LETTER 24
ValuesAndVoices.com 02-12-17
By BRYAN N. MASSINGALE

MITCHELL RABINOWITZ
Bronx HS of Science senior a Regeneron finalist
Bronx Times 02-12-17
Greco, a Concourse Village resident, researched gender stereotyping and careers with the guidance of Fordham University psychology professor Dr. Mitchell Rabinowitz.

CHARLES C. CAMOSY
Has the time come to name ‘Trumpism’ a heresy?
Crux 02-08-17
Charles C. Camosy is Associate Professor of Theological and Social Ethics at Fordham University.

CHARLES C. CAMOSY
The clock is ticking on repeal of DC assisted suicide bill
Catholic News Agency 02-15-17
Such legislation purports to bring greater empowerment and freedom to sick patients, but it’s an ethical “slippery slope,” Professor Charles Camosy of Fordham University argued in a recent opinion piece in the New York Daily News.

AMIR IDRIS
South Sudan’s Forgotten Refugees Keep Fleeing as Violence Continues
Newsweek 02-14-17
“Almost all the armed and non-armed opposition groups have rejected the proposed national dialogue,” says Amir Idris, a South Sudanese academic at Fordham University in New York.

CHRISTINA GREER
Mayor Promises 40,000 New Jobs in 4 Years at State of the City Speech
DNAinfo.com 02-13-17
“He’s trying to expand the base,” said Christina Greer, a professor of political science at Fordham University.

CHRISTINA GREER
#49: From A to Xenophobia
In the Thick Podcast 02-15-17
Featuring Christina Greer

CHRISTINA GREER
Donations matter
New York Amsterdam News 02-16-17
Christina Greer, Ph.D., is an associate professor at Fordham University, the author of “Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream” and the host of The Aftermath on Ozy.com.

GWENYTH JACKAWAY
The Sexist Stigma of Daytime TV
Marie Claire 02-14-17
To quote Fordham University Department of Communication & Media Studies professor Gwenyth Jackaway, “It’s not an accident that soap operas were named after soap.”

ELIZABETH YUKO
The Sexist Stigma of Daytime TV
Marie Claire 02-14-17
by ELIZABETH YUKO

GIACOMO SANTANGELO
4 things you must do before Brexit becomes official
Bankrate.com 02-15-17
“It’s a dynamic market and there are multiple things influencing mortgage rates right now,” says Giacomo Santangelo, a professor of economics at Fordham University in New York City.

JEANNE FLAVIN
Drug-addicted mom of 4 ordered to not get pregnant by NY judge
Fox News 02-15-17
Jeanne Flavin, a Fordham University sociology professor, said the order “reflects a profound disregard for the human rights and dignity of pregnant and parenting women.”

JEANNINE HILL FLETCHER
All major faith groups except evangelicals are viewed more warmly today than in 2014
Deseret News 02-15-17
Informal interactions often lead to increased understanding between religious groups, said Jeannine Hill Fletcher, a theology professor at Fordham University who has studied grassroots interfaith groups.

CELIA FISHER
Diagnosis at a Distance Continues to Undermine Public’s Ability to Evaluate Trump Policies
The Huffington Post 02-15-17
Celia B. Fisher, Ph.D. is the Fordham University Marie Ward Doty University Chair in Ethics and Director of the Center for Ethics Education.

RACHEL ANNUNZIATO
“Crying is an everyday thing”: life after Trump’s “Muslim ban” at a majority-immigrant school
Vox 02-16-17
“Children will have varying understanding of these policies, and this confusion could certainly lead to misunderstandings about groups of people,” said Rachel Annunziato, an associate professor of psychology at Fordham University.

ATHLETICS

No. 21 Baylor Softball Drops Season Opener to Fordham
KXXV.com 02-09-17
No. 21 Baylor softball (0-1) fell short in the 2017 season opener, dropping a 1-0 contest with the Fordham Rams (1-0) on Thursday evening at Rita Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium.

MEVIS PRESENTS JERSEY TO WCHS
InkFreeNews.com 02-13-17
[Andrew] Mevis, who has signed to play at Fordham University next season, presented his All-American jersey to the school Saturday prior to the boys basketball game versus Merrillville.

NBCSN PRESENTS ATLANTIC 10 MEN’S BASKETBALL DOUBLEHEADER TOMORROW HIGHLIGHTED BY ST. BONAVENTURE VS. GEORGE WASHINGTON AT 4:30 P.M. ET
NBCsportsgrouppressbox.com 02-10-17
In addition, NBCSN will present three regular-season A-10 women’s basketball games, featuring five member schools, including Dayton, Fordham, 2016 Atlantic 10 Champion George Washington, St. Bonaventure and Saint Louis.

Bornstein inks NLI to Fordham University
Cranston Herald 02-13-17
Cranston native and La Salle Academy girls’ soccer standout Milan Bornstein signs her National Letter of Intent to Fordham University during a ceremony last week.

Millburn Lady Millers Honor Seniors and beat Gov. Livingston 53-25
TapInto.net 02-13-17
[Rachel] Hubertus will go on to study at Fordham University.

Garrett’s return not enough, URI upset by Fordham
RhodyCigar.com 02-16-17
Rhode Island started off the first half of the game on a strong 7-2 run, but Fordham quickly responded with a 7-0 run of their own to take a 9-7 lead six minutes into the first half.

The Fordham “Silent Killer” Rams strike again
A10talk.com 02-16-17
Fordham shot just 3-15 from long range on the road against Rhode Island.

STUDENTS

Star Wars, love and a reliever
ESPN 02-14-17
Eventually, a work trip brought [Eireann] Dolan — a professional speech writer and correspondent for CSN California who studies Theology at Fordham University — to Phoenix, Doolittle’s neck of the woods.

Jerry Springer Valentine’s Day Episode
Jerry Springer 02-14-17
Featuring Fordham students in the audience

10 Hot Spots Where Global Conflict Could Erupt
ListVerse.com 02-16-17
Brad [Sylvester] is currently a student studying at Fordham University.

ALUMNI

Women Of Black History: 5 Things To Know About Pioneering Lawyer Eunice Carter
Madame Noire 02-15-17
After switching things up from social work to studying law, Eunice ended up becoming the first Black woman to receive a law degree from New York City’s Fordham University.

How to get an airline to compensate you — even when it doesn’t have to
The Washington Post 02-09-17
That’s what [Fordham alumnus] Ahmed Bhuiyan discovered when he checked his new MacBook on a Delta Air Lines flight from Seattle to New York.

Joe Moglia receives Lombardi honor
WMBFnews.com 02-11-16
Moglia not only revered Lombard for his coaching and leadership qualities, the two share similar backgrounds. Both are Italian, both come from New York City, both attended Fordham University and both began their careers as high school teachers and coaches.

Rye Chooses Finalist For Superintendent Position
Patch.com 02-14-17
[Eric] Byrne received a doctorate and a master’s degree in Education from Fordham University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Natural Science, also from Fordham.

Negron Rolls Out His 9 Constitution Revision Appointees
SunshineStateNews.com 02-15-17
Commissioner [Bob] Solari is a graduate of the University of Denver and Fordham University School of Law.

B. Riley & Co. Expands Corporate Restructuring Team with Jon Emswiler
Wave3.com 02-16-17
Mr. Emswiler holds an M.B.A. in finance and accounting from Fordham University Graduate School of Business and a B.B.A. from Roanoke College.

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