Fordham Media Mentions: June 2, 2017

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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

Top 10 Running Backs in the FCS in 2017
AthlonSports.com 06-01-17
1. Chase Edmonds, Fordham (Sr., 5-9, 210)

SR Education Group Expands Online College Resources to Support Christian Students
WSFA.com 05-31-17
Fordham University, founded by the Catholic Diocese of New York, has the highest academic strength score of all ranked Christian Colleges at 79%.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

The 10 trade mark topics to watch
ManagingIP.com 05-04-17
At the recent Fordham IP Conference in New York, Mr Justice Arnold of the High Court said: “It is inevitable that future decisions of the CJEU will have persuasive value. The question is what persuasive weight they will have.”
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NYC CREATES COLLEGE VETERANS CONSORTIUM:VETERANS ON CAMPUS-NYC
TheIndianPanorama.news 05–27-17
John Jay, Fordham & NYC Department of Veterans’ Services Helm The Initiative

SR Education Group Expands Online College Resources to Support Christian Students
WSFA.com 05-31-17
Fordham University, founded by the Catholic Diocese of New York, has the highest academic strength score of all ranked Christian Colleges at 79%.

ADMINISTRATORS

DONNA LEHMANN
An Ode to Print
Inside Higher Ed 05-30-17
Donna Lehmann is the assistant vice president for marketing at Fordham University in New York City.

SCHOOL OF LAW

Founding Partner Vincent R. Cappucci Participates in Fordham Law School 110th Diploma Ceremony Conferring Honorary Degree on New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman
WTOC.com 05-25-17
On Monday, May 22, 2017, Founding Partner Vincent R. Cappucci of Entwistle & Cappucci LLP presented New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman with an honorary degree at Fordham Law School’s 110th Law School Diploma Ceremony.

Russian Company Pins European Bank Attacks on North Korea
InfoRiskToday.com 05-30-17
Speaking at a cybersecurity conference at Fordham Law School in January 2015, Comey said the FBI saw North Korean IP addresses tied to the attack, likely exposed after the attackers either neglected to use a proxy server or had a technical problem.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

DEBORAH DENNO
Alabama executes inmate after Supreme Court denies stay
Las Cruces Sun-News 05-25-17
As gruesome as it sounds, the firing squad was at one point the world’s most widely used method of execution, said Fordham University School of Law professor Deborah Denno.

MATTHEW A. GOLD
Trump wants to cut bilateral trade deals, but what if nobody comes to the table?
Los Angeles Times 05-26-17
The U.S. wanted greater access to Canada’s protected dairy market, but had little to offer in exchange that the Canadians considered attractive, said Matt Gold, an adjunct law professor at Fordham University and a former deputy assistant U.S. trade representative in the Obama administration.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
L.A. City Council Joins Nationwide Trump Opposition
LA Sentinel 05-03-17
“Diplomats from foreign governments and their agents are staying in Trump hotels, like the Trump hotel in D.C.,” said Zephyr Teachout, an associate law professor at Fordham University, to NPR on Thursday.

JOHN PFAFF
Understanding Mass Incarceration in the United States
BeforeItsNews.com 05-29-17
John Pfaff, a professor at Fordham Law school, tries to address this question in his book Locked In: The True Causes of Mass Incarceration—and How to Achieve Real Reform.

JOHN PFAFF
Do All Violent Offenders Need Long Prison Terms?
TheCrimeReport.org 05-30-17
Fordham law professor John Pfaff argues in his counterintuitive new book, Locked In: The True Causes of Mass Incarceration—and How to Achieve Real Reform (Basic Books), that the unbridled discretion of prosecuting attorneys has been largely overlooked as a key to America’s prison population boom.

NESTOR M. DAVIDSON
Dreaming up Western Reserve — the 51st state?
Cleveland.com 05-15-17
“I do think we are seeing a rise in state local conflicts in a number of policies and an increasing willingness of state legislatures to exercise whatever power they have to rein cities in,” said Fordham University law Professor Nestor Davidson, who focuses on local government.

KAREN GREENBERG
Tsarnaevs, Manchester terror suspects have chilling similarities
The Boston Globe 05-30-17
The striking parallel between the two deadly episodes is “the going abroad and getting access” to a terrorist philosophy, said Karen Greenberg, director of the Center on National Security at Fordham University School of Law.

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY

TIMOTHY MALEFYT
Amazon Opens First New York Brick and Mortar Book Store
NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt 05-25-17
Interview featuring Timothy Malefyt

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

KIRSTEN SWINTH
Ariana Grande Concert Attack Inspires Young Feminists to ‘Stand Up to the Fear’
The Wrap 05-25-17
The attack has sparked a “renewed dedication” to the issue of female empowerment, said Kirsten Swinth, a professor at Fordham University and an expert on contemporary women’s issues, as evidenced by fans’ response on social media.

PAUL LEVINSON
When hostility to media becomes assault
The Christian Science Monitor 05-25-17
But it also may have been a flawed personal decision made in a larger cultural context, says Paul Levinson, professor of communications and media at Fordham University in New York.

PAUL LEVINSON
Ryan: Gianforte should apologize for allegedly body-slamming Guardian reporter
Gosport Times 05-26-17
But it also may have been a flawed personal decision made in a larger cultural context, says Paul Levinson, professor of communications and media at Fordham University in NY.

CHRISTINA GREER
Single Digit Turnout in Uptown Special Election
WNYC 05-25-17
“How would you know there’s an election in May?” said Christina Greer, a political science professor at Fordham University, who said New Yorkers already go to the polls in June, September and November in even years and vote in municipal elections every four odd years.

CHRISTINA GREER
Donald Trump calls leaks ‘fabricated lies’ as he returns to mounting crisis over Jared Kushner’s alleged Russia links
The Independent 05-28-17
Christina Greer, associate professor of political science at Fordham University in New York, told The Independent the President was now facing a genuine dilemma.

RAYMOND KUO
Long Island’s 98-Year-Old Former Congressman Eats Dumplings, Hates Trump, Makes Tweets
The Village Voice 05-30-17
“The interesting thing is that it’s an act of Congress — it has a higher legal standing than any other treaty in the U.S.,” explained Raymond Kuo, an assistant professor of political science at Fordham University and an expert on Taiwan.

J. ALAN CLARK
When design is deadly: How projects are built with bird safety in mind
ConstructionDive.com 05-31-17
“The Javits Center was a dead zone,” said J. Alan Clark, associate professor of biological sciences at Fordham University.

HEATHER GAUTNEY
An Oral History of the #Hashtag
Wired 05-19-17
Heather Gautney: In 2010 there was the Arab Spring and the European anti-austerity movement, which both used hashtags to brand what they were doing.

QUAMRUL HAIDER
The perils and pitfalls of determinism
TheIndependentBD.com 05-30-17
The writers are, respectively, a Retired Surgeon living in Virginia and a Professor of Physics at Fordham University, New York

SUBHA MANI
Effects of Fasting while Pregnant
IslamicCity.org 05-31-17
In a follow-up working paper with Jere Behrman at the University of Pennsylvania and Subha Mani at Fordham University, we look at the distributional effects of Ramadan exposure in utero and find that the negative effects identified earlier disproportionately affect those in the lower quantiles of the outcome distributions, making the poor poorer.

ATHLETICS

Schwartz: Rugby Now A Big Thing At Fordham
CBS New York 05-31-17
When you think about Fordham athletics, certainly basketball, football and baseball come to mind.

Top 10 Running Backs in the FCS in 2017
AthlonSports.com 06-01-17
1. Chase Edmonds, Fordham (Sr., 5-9, 210)

STUDENTS

MC grad finds speech inspiration
The Riverdale Press 05-25-17
In the fall, [John] Evans — an English major with a history and medieval studies minor — will enter the doctoral program at Fordham University.

ALUMNI

AMBICOM HOLDINGS INC (OTCQB: ABHI) ANNOUNCES NEW BOARD MEMBERS AND ADDING WLMG HOLDING INC. AS AN ADDITIONAL SALES AGENT
Business.KaneRepublican.com 05-25-17
Mr. [Marvin] Miller graduated from DePaul University, and received his law degree from Fordham University, School of Law.

Discovery Communications Names Christopher McGrath, Senior Vice President, Data & Analytics
PressReleasePoint.com 05-31-17
McGrath holds a Master of Business Administration from Fordham University, Bachelor of Arts from Villanova University, and is a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Cable Executive Management Program.

Suffolk County district attorney candidates emerging
TBRnewsmedia.com 05-31-17
[Bill] Ferris, 70, a former Navy captain in the Vietnam war and Fordham Law School graduate from Southold, announced recently his intention to run against Perini, the choice of the Republican Party for the September primary.

CNNMoney hires Sanicola for MoneyStream
TalkingBizNews.com 05-31-17
[Laura] Sanicola is a recent graduate of Fordham University where she studied international political economy and was the editor in chief of the student newspaper, The Fordham Ram.

Dream Homes Adds Key Management / Sales Personnel and Starts New Modular Division in Point Pleasant, NJ
Business.ObserverNewsOnline.com 06-01-17
Joe is a graduate of Fordham University in New York and holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration.

OBITUARIES

Sister Joel Read, 91, Of Chicago, IL, college innovator
Sister Joel Read, who shaped Milwaukee’s Alverno College and was among nation’s top college innovators, dies at 91
USA Today 05-26-17
She completed a master’s degree in history from Fordham University, where she also pursued doctoral studies.

August Martin Wildberger, 86, Of Baltimore, MD, Navy veteran
August Martin ‘Marty’ Wildberger
DailyRepublican.com 05-31-17
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, he graduated in 1952 cum laude from Fordham University, New York, earned his MS degree from the Naval Postgraduate School Engineering School, and a PhD from the Catholic University of America.

John T. Dolan, 86, Of Vero Beach, FL, attorney
John T. Dolan, July 2, 1930 – May 24, 2017, attorney, formerly of Bernardsville, Far Hills
NewJerseyHills.com 06-01-17
He earned his bachelor of laws degree in 1955 from the Fordham University School of Law, where he was the associate editor of the Fordham Law Review, and was a 1952 graduate of the College of the Holy Cross.

Joan R. Farley, 67, Of Madison, NJ, attorney
Joan R. Farley, 67, attorney, of Madison
NewJerseyHills.com 06-01-17
She earned her juris doctor degree from Fordham in 1975.

Dorothy Lanzara Godlewski, 91, Of Essex Fells, NJ, principal
Dorothy Lanzara Godlewski
Legacy.com 06-01-17
After Barringer High School and completing undergraduate studies at Newark Teacher’s College, she pursued Masters in Education at Montclair State University, Kean and Fordham University.

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