Fordham Media Mentions: March 17, 2017

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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

‘Resilience’, ‘Spirit’ Are Heart of St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Grand Marshal Says
NBC New York 03-12-17
Michael Gargiulo sits down with the Grand Marshal for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Michael Dowling [GSS ’74], to discuss the personal significance of leading this year’s parade.

Musical spoof of pharma bro Shkreli to run Off-Broadway
New York Post 03-16-17
“My performance is equally physical as it is psychological,” Caldwell, a senior at Fordham University in Manhattan, told The Post. “In terms of being inside the mind of Shkreli —I don’t know if anybody can get there.”

U.S. News Reveals 2018 Best Graduate Schools Rankings
Yahoo! Finance 03-14-17
Among part-time law programs, the No. 1 school is Georgetown University, as it was last year, but George Washington University and Fordham University switched places this year, with the former taking second place and the latter taking third place.

John Andariese, 78, Of West Palm Beach, FL, Knicks broadcaster
John Andariese, Knicks Broadcaster Known as ‘Johnny Hoops,’ Dies at 78
The New York Times 03-14-17
Mr. Andariese [Gabelli ’60] brought to the job a sophisticated knowledge of New York City basketball, which he had nurtured as a player at Fordham University.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

Archbishop Auza’s Address to Fordham University on Human Trafficking
ICPESG.wordpress.com 03-12-17
Archbishop Bernardito Auza delivered a lecture entitled, “The Holy See and the Fight Against Human Trafficking,” on February 23, 2017, upon his inauguration as the Casamarca Foundation Chair in Migration and Globalization Studies at Fordham University.

Fordham University Graduate School of Education Hosts Superintendents Breakfast at Westchester Campus
Patch.com 03-13-17
As part of the ongoing expansion of Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education in Westchester, the program hosted a Superintendents Breakfast on Thursday, March 2 at the West Harrison campus.

ADMINISTRATORS

DAVE ROACH
Don Tencher Named 2017 James J. Corbett Memorial Award Recipient
NACDA.com 03-06-17
NACDA Past President Dave Roach, Director of Athletics, Fordham University
“I was pleased to learn that Don Tencher has been selected to receive the James J. Corbett Memorial Award as he personifies all the attributes of the late James Corbett.

SCHOOL OF LAW

Most convicted terrorists are U.S. citizens. Why does the White House say otherwise?
PBS 03-12-17
For example, it included only five ISIS-related cases when federal prosecutors have now brought 122 such cases, resulting in 64 convictions, 89 percent of them against U.S. citizens, according to the Center on ​National Security at Fordham University Law School in New York City.*

Plan to unlock potential of stock market
BusinessDailyAfrica.com 03-13-17
To help address these challenges, the Financial Services Volunteer Corps (FSVC), the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Bloomberg and Fordham Law School are collaborating with Capital Markets Authority (CMA) to build the capacity for the authority and market intermediaries.

U.S. News Reveals 2018 Best Graduate Schools Rankings
Yahoo! Finance 03-14-17
Among part-time law programs, the No. 1 school is Georgetown University, as it was last year, but George Washington University and Fordham University switched places this year, with the former taking second place and the latter taking third place.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

JAMES J. BRUDNEY
Tomato pickers win higher pay. Can other workers use their strategy?
The Christian Science Monitor 03-09-17
“The way in which they’ve handled these two large problems is remarkable,” says James Brudney, an expert in labor law at Fordham University in New York.

JOHN FEERICK
A little-known Senate subcommittee that holds great constitutional power
Blog.ConstitutionCenter.org 03-10-17
As a young attorney, current Fordham Law professor and former dean John Feerick worked with Bayh’s subcommitee to draft the language that eventually became the 25th Amendment.

JOHN FEERICK
A loophole in the 25th Amendment lets 14 people remove a sitting president from office
Business Insider 03-14-17
John D. Feerick, former dean of Fordham Law School, is one of the chief architects of the 25th Amendment who shepherded it through Congress in the early 1960s.

JOEL R. REIDENBERG
WikiLeaks CIA Cache Will Damage National Security: Experts
NBCwashington.com 03-10-17
Though some of the WikiLeaks cache is classified, Joel R. Reidenberg, law professor at Fordham University and visiting professor at Princeton University, said its content shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone who follows the news.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
New York U.S. attorney Preet Bharara says Trump fired him
MyCentralJersey.com 03-11-17
“Preet Bharara is a New York hero. I am gut-punched to hear he was asked to resign. Right when we need rule of law,” Zephyr Teachout, a Fordham Law professor who ran for governor in 2014 and Congress last year as a Democrat, wrote Saturday morning on Twitter.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
Why Did Donald Trump Fire the Most Famous Anti-Corruption Prosecutor in America?
Vice 03-13-17
“The way he was fired—after being promised the job—that’s a direct assault on the norms that hold us together,” Zephyr Teachout, the Fordham law professor who literally wrote the book on corruption in America and was in the audience for Bharara’s speech that day, told me in an email.

JOHN PFAFF
The Prosecutors’ Prison State
The Wall Street Journal 03-12-17
Mr. Pfaff, a Fordham law professor and economist, argues that the American criminal justice system defines too many offenses as deserving of jail time and that prisons often act as a revolving door.

JOHN PFAFF
Jeff Sessions urges US prosecutors to target drugs in push against violent crime
NewsGrio.com 03-10-17
The effects of the memo may play out in very subtle ways, according to the Fordham law professor John Pfaff, for example giving local prosecutors more leverage in plea negotiations with a “tough on crime” federal prosecutor waiting in the wings who could threaten a harsher sentence.

JOHN PFAFF
Framed: Have We Been Looking at Mass Incarceration All Wrong?
Pacific Standard 03-02-17
However, as Fordham University law professor and self-professed “criminal justice quant” (he’s a data-geek with a Ph.D in economics) John Pfaff argues in his new book, Locked In, the popular explanations for our massive prison population are deeply flawed, and as a result, the focus of our reforms misguided.

JOHN PFAFF
How to fight guns and gangs in Chicago
The Economist 03-09-17
One thing is certain, says John Pfaff at Fordham University in New York: sending in the National Guard, as Mr Trump seemed to suggest, would send the wrong signal and would probably worsen the already sour relations between the police and black Chicagoans. Deploying troops—when local police are unable to contain unrest and the mayor of a city appeals to the governor, who oversees the state National Guard—should be a last resort.

JOHN PFAFF
Meet the Hardliner Jeff Sessions Picked to Crack Down on Violent Crime
Vice 03-16-17
John Pfaff, a law professor at Fordham University who studies crime and incarceration, said Cook also ignores the social cost of mass incarceration, from reduced life expectancy to damage done to the prisoners’ families.

ANDREW KENT
Bipartisan probe of Russian election meddling kicks off Wednesday
Providence Journal 03-14-17
“The FBI focus is going to be at looking at whether any federal laws were broken,” Andrew Kent, a professor at Fordham Law School in New York, told Voice of America, the largest U.S. international broadcaster.

BRUCE A. GREEN
Bharara Firing Shows Trump’s Ethics Problem, Says Law Professor (Perspective)
Bloomberg Law 03-13-17
The author is the Louis Stein Chair at Fordham Law School, where he directs the Louis Stein Center for Law and Ethics.

JED SHUGERMAN
Time to dissolve the Trump Organization: New York courts have the power to shut the corporation down
NY Daily News 03-14-17
Fein is the Legal Director of Free Speech For People and Shugerman is Professor of Law at Fordham University School of Law

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY

STANLEY VELIOTIS
Everything real estate agents need to know about 2017 tax deductions
Inman.com 03-16-17
“In the Northeast, real estate is expensive, so typically we want the actual expense,” notes Dr. Stanley Veliotis, an associate professor of accounting and taxation at Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business.
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GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE

CAROLE B. COX
Blizzard’s snow woe felt all the way in South Florida
Miami Herald 03-14-17
“I just want to go home,” said Cox, a professor at Fordham University, who ended up changing her flight to go to Raleigh to wait out the storm with her daughter.

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

JOHN CRAVEN
No taxes for teachers: California tries to hold on to good educators
The Christian Science Monitor
“There are [also]significant concerns about the health and retirement benefits that are being cut from teacher contracts,” John Craven, a professor of education at the Graduate School of Education at Fordham University in New York, tells the Monitor via email.

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

ASATO IKEDA
When Japan Had a Third Gender
The New York Times 03-10-17
“This brings us back to history to think about the present and the future,” said Asato Ikeda, an assistant professor of art history at Fordham University and the guest curator of the exhibition, which covers the Edo period from 1603 to 1868.

ASHA CASTLEBERRY
Awaiting President Trump’s Address to Congress
i24 News 02-28-17
Professor, US veteran @AshaCastleberry joins @MichelleMakori & @DavidShuster for in-depth discussion of Trump’s proposed defense budget hike

GIACOMO SANTANGELO
PROPOSED $54B JUMP IN DEFENSE BUDGET WON’T HELP ECONOMY MUCH
Associated Press 03-10-17
With so much of the U.S. economy dependent on consumer spending, defense spending doesn’t make a significant impact, said Fordham University economist Giacomo Santangelo.

J. PATRICK HORNBECK II
Pope Francis suggests an openness to ordaining married men as priests
The Washington Post 03-10-17
“This is not a slippery slope of ordaining other kinds of clergy,” said Patrick Hornbeck, chair of the theology department at Fordham University.

CHRISTINA GREER
Trump’s firing of U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara unlikely to derail de Blasio probe
NY Daily News 03-13-17
Bharara’s sacking is also unlikely to change the political calculations of de Blasio rivals considering a run against him this year, said Christina Greer, a political science professor at Fordham University.

CHRISTINA GREER
Christina Greer talks Jeff Sessions with Ari Melber
MSNBC 03-13-17
Christina Greer, an associate professor of political science at Fordham, discusses Jeff Sessions on MSNBC with Ari Melber. Video courtesy of msnbc.com

PATRICK RYAN, S.J.
Pope Open to Considering Married Men as Priests in Catholic Church
NY1 03-10-17
“He is especially concerned about areas — for instance, like the Amazon, where priests are very far spread out and there are approximately 10,000 Catholics for every priest,” the Rev. Patrick Ryan of Fordham University said.

MARCIA PALLY
Forgive Us Our Trespasses?
LivingChurch.org 03-14-17
Marcia Pally teaches at New York University and Fordham University, and is a guest professor in the theology department at Humboldt University in Berlin.

STUDENTS

Musical spoof of pharma bro Shkreli to run Off-Broadway
New York Post 03-16-17
“My performance is equally physical as it is psychological,” Caldwell, a senior at Fordham University in Manhattan, told The Post. “In terms of being inside the mind of Shkreli —I don’t know if anybody can get there.”

Quizlet
PCmag.com 03-10-17
In addition to his role at PCMag.com, William [Fenton] is also a Teaching Fellow and Director of the Writing Center at Fordham University Lincoln Center.

New York City Ballet dancer returns to Alabama for “The Sleeping Beauty”
AL.com 03-10-17
In addition to her daily ballet routine,[Olivia MacKinnon] manages to take classes at Fordham University.

What’s the Best Backpack?
New York Magazine 03-09-17
It’s also held up across the seasons in all kinds of inclement weather without any signs of serious wear.” — Ben Moore, Fordham University

Urban Farmer Arielle Brender Eats Her Activism
Nylon Magazine 03-13-17
I do some farming here in the garden at school, at St. Rose’s Garden, Fordham University’s community garden.

ORTHODOX SOCIAL THOUGHT: A PRIMER
PublicOrthodoxy.org 03-14-17
Nicholas Sooy is a doctoral student in the philosophy department at Fordham University.

The Biggest Things To Consider When Deciding Where To Go To College, According To Actual Students
CollegeFashionista.com 03-15-17
This club makes my college experience perfect because I am still able to dance (and perform) while also pursuing my other career interests,” says Sammy Mandich, a Communications major at Fordham University.

ALUMNI

‘Resilience’, ‘Spirit’ Are Heart of St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Grand Marshal Says
NBC New York 03-12-17
Michael Gargiulo sits down with the Grand Marshal for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Michael Dowling [GSS ’74], to discuss the personal significance of leading this year’s parade.

Stained by Slavery
The Chronicle Review March 2017
Raised by a single mother in pregentrification Bedford-Stuyvesant, in Brooklyn, [Craig Steven Wilder] earned degrees at Fordham and Columbia.

Signature Announces Finance Professional to Its Advisory Board
GlobeNewsWire.com 03-13-17
Mr. [Asad] Sultan holds an M.B.A in Applied Finance from Fordham University (New York).

FİNANCELSI Industries Inc. Announces the Addition of Howard E. Japlon as Executive Vice President, Human Resources and General Counsel; and Provides an Update on the Atlas Lighting Integration
All-Daily-News,com 03-15-17
Mr. Japlon received a J.D. from the University of Illinois College of Law, Champaign – Urbana and a B.A., Economics from Fordham University, New York City.

OBITUARIES

John Andariese, 78, Of West Palm Beach, FL, Knicks broadcaster
John Andariese, Knicks Broadcaster Known as ‘Johnny Hoops,’ Dies at 78
The New York Times 03-14-17
Mr. Andariese [Gabelli ’60] brought to the job a sophisticated knowledge of New York City basketball, which he had nurtured as a player at Fordham University.

Eileen J. Newcomb, 94, Of West Hartford, CT, teacher
Eileen J. Newcomb
Legacy.com 03-12-17
Eileen received her bachelor’s degree from the School of Education at Fordham University.

Joseph William Cammarata, 87, Of Sparkle, NY, Army veteran
Joseph William Cammarata
Legacy.com 03-16-17
Born in the Bronx, NY on July 26, 1929 to Mary and Louis Cammarata, Joseph was a graduate of De Witt Clinton High School and Fordham University.

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