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Rams in the News: December 20, 2018

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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

Fordham U gifted Met’s Sistine Chapel fresco replica
Bronx Times 12-17-18
The acquisition of the piece began when Fr. Joseph McShane, Fordham University president, was touring the exhibit and he remarked, “What I wouldn’t do to get this to Fordham!”

JOSEPH M. MCSHANE, S.J.
Inner-City Scholarship Fund Dinner Serves Up $1.2 Million
Catholic New York 12-19-18
Peter T. Grauer, chairman at Bloomberg LP and president of ICSF, presented the 2018 Inner-City Scholarship Fund Award to Father Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president of Fordham University.

Rockland Nonprofit Awarded $397,000 To Expand Community Schools
Patch 12-19-18
In collaboration with Fordham University (New York City Region TAC) and Binghamton University (Central and Western Regions TAC), Rockland 21C will provide for the Eastern Region of New York a coordinated system of high quality technical assistance, professional development activities and information dissemination tools designed to help establish and effectively operate Community Schools that will positively impact the outcomes of students and school families.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

JOSEPH M. MCSHANE, S.J.
Inner-City Scholarship Fund Dinner Serves Up $1.2 Million
Catholic New York 12-19-18
Peter T. Grauer, chairman at Bloomberg LP and president of ICSF, presented the 2018 Inner-City Scholarship Fund Award to Father Joseph M. McShane, S.J., president of Fordham University.

Art Industry News: Are Auction Houses Burning Out Their Biggest Stars? + Other Stories
ArtNet News 12-19-18
Fordham Upcycles the Met’s Reproduced Sistine Chapel – A reproduction of Michelangelo’s famous ceiling fresco has been acquired by Fordham University.

Rockland Nonprofit Awarded $397,000 To Expand Community Schools
Patch 12-19-18
In collaboration with Fordham University (New York City Region TAC) and Binghamton University (Central and Western Regions TAC), Rockland 21C will provide for the Eastern Region of New York a coordinated system of high quality technical assistance, professional development activities and information dissemination tools designed to help establish and effectively operate Community Schools that will positively impact the outcomes of students and school families.

ITechLaw Partner Event: ICDR Conference
ITechLaw 12-19-18
On November 14, 2018 ITechLaw partnered with several other organizations to put on a full day event at Fordham University about arbitration in the technology sector.

News Briefs: December 23, 2018
Today’s Catholic 12-19-18
The event, “A Consistent Ethic of Life 2.0: An American Catholic Dialogue Rebooted,” was held at Jesuit-run Fordham University, the site of Cardinal Bernardin’s 1983 speech.

Fordham U gifted Met’s Sistine Chapel fresco replica
Bronx Times 12-17-18
The acquisition of the piece began when Fr. Joseph McShane, Fordham University president, was touring the exhibit and he remarked, “What I wouldn’t do to get this to Fordham!”

401k Service Providers Drive Plan Success
401k TV 12-16-18
During a Fiduciary Education Program at Fordham University Fred Barstein, Founder of The Plan Sponsor University (TPSU), interviewed Diana Reinhardt who as Human Resources Manager who has responsibility for overseeing payroll and benefits at her company.

U.S. bishop stresses ‘consistent ethic’ shows ‘interrelatedness of life issues’
Crux 12-13-18
In a lecture at Fordham University, where 35 years ago, Bernardin delivered a landmark address that would radically shape and divide the Catholic Church’s engagement on the defense of human life, one of his protégés, Kicanas, returned on Tuesday evening to defend and promote anew what Bernardin termed a “consistent ethic of life.

SGA Approves Gun Sense Regulations Letter
The Colgate Maroon-News 12-13-18
Students from other colleges like Cornell, University of Washington, Haverford, Columbia, Fordham and James Madison University have also approved the letter.

Panel: Aim of ‘seamless garment’ to unite Catholics on all life issues
National Catholic Reporter 12-13-18
The event, “A Consistent Ethic of Life 2.0: An American Catholic Dialogue Rebooted,” was held at Jesuit-run Fordham University, the site of Bernardin’s 1983 speech.

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

5 Tips to Quit Smoking in the New Year
Patch 12-18-18
The American Lung Association’s Freedom From Smoking® helps individuals quit smoking and is ranked as the most effective smoking cessation program in a study of 100 managed care organizations conducted by Fordham University Graduate School of Business.

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY

MARCIA FLICKER
The Art and Science Behind Every “Add to Cart”
Adobe 12-19-18
Creating this aesthetic experience requires having the right visuals, according to Marcia Flicker, Ph.D., associate professor at Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business: “E-commerce brands need bigger, more detailed photos.”

MARCIA FLICKER
Last days of Lord & Taylor’s 5th Avenue flagship mourned by shoppers
am New York 12-13-18
Lord & Taylor’s closing isn’t surprising given the downward trends in department store sales and the domination of online shopping, according to Marcia Flicker, an associate professor of marketing at Fordham University.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

DAVID A. ANDELMAN
Trump is pulling out of the wrong war at the wrong time
CNN 12-19-18
David A. Andelman, visiting scholar at the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School and director of its Red Lines Project, is a contributor to CNN where his columns won the Deadline Club Award for Best Opinion Writing.

ADAM ZUROFSKY
Are B Corps Necessary?
Giving Compass 12-18-18
“I admire so much about B Corps–what they’ve done intellectually and how quickly they’ve established themselves,” says Adam Zurofsky, who oversees energy policy and financial regulation for the state of New York and also teaches corporate law at Fordham University.

KAREN GREENBERG
President Trump’s comments on Green Beret charged with murder rile legal experts
NBC News 12-18-18
Dr. Karen Greenberg, director of Fordham Law School’s Center for National Security, agreed, telling NBC News “It’s inappropriate for the executive [branch]to interfere.”

JED SHUGERMAN
DONALD TRUMP’S POTENTIAL DOMINICAN REPUBLIC REAL ESTATE DEAL MAY VIOLATE THE CONSTITUTION, REPORT REVEALS
Newsweek 12-17-18
“What you have here is not a payment in cash, but allegedly a benefit of tremendous business value, from a foreign state. Benefits come in many forms and the founders understood that benefits come in many forms,” Jed Shugerman, a professor at Fordham Law, told Newsweek.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
The cultural appropriation debate has changed. But is it for the better?
Vox 12-18-18
To put the cultural appropriation debate into perspective, I reached out to professor Susan Scafidi, the founder and academic director of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham Law School and the author of Who Owns Culture?: Appropriation and Authenticity in American Law.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
Fashion lawyer, courses and masters from Milan to New York
Il Sole 24 Ore 12-15-18
The model is that of the Fashion Law Institute of Fordham University in New York, founded by Susan Scafidi in 2010

JOHN FEERICK
A Homecoming that will generate many returns
Irish Echo 12-14-18
Amongst those addressing the symposium was Professor John Feerick of Fordham University in New York, a tireless champion of peace and prosperity in Ireland.

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

DAVID EVAN MARKUS
The Lawyers Depression Project
Above The Law 12-19-18
Markus previously has taught political science and judicial administration for Fordham University, and administrative law for Pace University’s graduate program in public administration.

ANDREW ALBIN
How “Coventry Carol,” a lullaby about killing babies, became a Christmas song
Vox 12-19-18
Andrew Albin, a professor of medieval studies at Fordham University who specializes in historical sound, says, “Part of the fun of going to these plays is seeing how good they’re doing it this year versus last year — seeing if Jesus falls off the cross this year, seeing who gets drunk and flubs their lines, because you’re in the middle of summer and you have to stay hydrated, and the best way to stay hydrated in a medieval city is to drink beer.”

NICHOLAS TAMPIO
Should Major Donors Stop Pushing Common Core?
Giving Compass 12-18-18
The New York Board of Regents should turn down a $225,000 Gates Foundation grant because it is a conflict of interest, writes Nicholas Tampio, a Fordham University political scientist and education policy critic.

PAUL LEVINSON
Facebook’s terrible 2018
Engadget 12-18-18
“Regulation of Facebook by the government is a terrible idea,” said Paul Levinson, a professor of communications and media studies at Fordham University.

ERIN CARMODY
Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates Are Rich Enough to Be Santa
Grow From Acorns 12-17-18
But we did work with Erin Carmody, PhD, professor of mathematics at Fordham University, to figure out what Santa probably shells out to deliver toys to American kids—and, just for fun, if anyone else in the world is rich enough to take over his job one day.

THOMAS MASSARO
Jesuit author: Pope Francis inspires faithful to practice mercy
Crux 12-15-18
Jesuit Father Thomas Massaro is Professor of Moral Theology at Fordham University.

COREY BRETTSCHNEIDER
Can Donald Trump be indicted? Constitutional experts aren’t sure
Salon 12-14-18
We can start with Corey Brettschneider, a professor of political science at Brown University and visiting professor of law at Fordham Law School.

QUAMRUL HAIDER
Killing the planet
The Daily Star 12-14-18
Quamrul Haider is a Professor of Physics at Fordham University, New York.

CHRISTINA GREER
Gloria Richardson
Amsterdam News 12-13-18
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,” the co-host of the new podcast FAQ-NYC and the host of The Aftermath on Ozy.com.

DEAN MCKAY
Does This Look Right to You? HOLLA🎄D TONNEL
The New York Times 12-13-18
Dean McKay, a professor of psychology at Fordham University who researches obsessive-compulsive disorder, said that the sign could be a possible trigger for those who struggle with order and symmetry.

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE FACULTY

ERIC A. TOTH
New CEO Appointed to CoveCare Center
The Examiner News 12-17-18
He is an adjunct professor at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Social Services.

STUDENTS

UNCDF and Lupoff Friends and Family Interests, LLC Sign Innovative Partnership to support LDCs
UNCDF 12-19-18
In his capacity as a Fellow at Fordham University’s Center for Research in Contemporary Finance, teaching impact investing, and as Executive in Residence at Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business, Peter Lupoff will also work with UNCDF to set up an internship for Fordham graduate students to gain first-hand knowledge of the origination and structuring of impact deals in emerging markets around the world.

ATHLETICS

Jestohn Moore, 3 more Morgantown athletes sign to colleges
Dominion Post 12-19-18
[Jestohn] Moore will head off to “The Big Apple” next year as he signed his National Letter of Intent to play football at Fordham University on Wednesday.

Five Woodberry Forest athletes sign with colleges
C’Ville Varsity 12-19-18
[DeQuece] Carter signed to play wide receiver in the Patriot League at Fordham.

Going Beneath The Surface: DI Men’s Water Polo All-American Honorable Mentions
Swimming World Magazine 12-18-18
Jake Miller-Tolt, Fordham University

Rose Hill At Fordham To Host Tournament
The Bronx Chronicle 12-17-18
After hosting the Catholic High School Catholic High School Athletic Association for decades, Fordham University Rose Hill Gym will host another championship beginning in 2020, the Federation Basketball Tournament of Champions.

DOMINICAN COLLEGE TO ADD MEN’S AND WOMEN’S TENNIS TO 2019-2020 ATHLETICS LINEUP
Sports News Bay 12-17-18
Prior to that, [Joseph] Gravagna served as an assistant coach at Fordham University, Queens College and Manhattan College.

Allen: Glens Falls’ Joe Girard zeroes in on next milestone
LMT Online 12-17-18
In a move that seemed destined to finally happen, officials from the four state athletic associations voted Sunday to award the Federation Tournament of Champions basketball event to Fordham University beginning in 2020.

Fox Sports: Fordham slows down Howard, wins 74-67
Shamel News 12-16-18
Antwon Portley scored 22 points and Fordham slowed down high-scoring Howard 74-67 on Sunday.

Initial list of 2019 adidas MLS Player Combine Invitees announced
Soccer Wire 12-14-18
Janos Loebe Fordham University

WEBSTER ONE OF FOUR EXTENDED BY ARGONAUTS
Canadian Football League 12-14-18
The native of McDonough, Georgia [Caleb Ham] played 44 games over four seasons at Fordham University (2014-2017), tallying 186 total tackles, six tackles for loss, one forced fumble, one sack, seven interceptions, and 23 pass deflections. Ham is the son of CFL Hall of Famer Tracy Ham.

What to watch for in District 11 girls swimming this season
The Morning Call 12-13-18
The recent Fordham University commit [Ally Lin] returned last season as a junior – and again excelled, claiming a district title in the 200 IM.

Insight into Rutgers men’s soccer coaching hire Jim McElderry
Sports Headlines News 12-13-18
The former Fordham head coach [Jim McElderry] will be tasked with bringing back a program that was perennially one of the best in the nation in the 1980s and the 1990s.

ALUMNI

THE NECROMANTIC
Le Figaro 12-18-18
Born in France, William Bocq attended primary and secondary school in Haute-Savoie before graduating from Fordham University, New York Graduate School of Business Administration.

The Conference Board Elects Ellen R. Alemany, Chairwoman and CEO of CIT Group, and Beth E. Mooney, CEO of KeyCorp, to its Board of Trustees
Double T 97.3 12-18-18
[Ellen R.] Alemany received her MBA in finance from Fordham University.

IS YOUR LOVED ONE CONTEMPLATING SUICIDE? KNOW THE SIGNS
She Does The City 12-17-18
[Edy Nathan] has degrees from New York University and Fordham University, with post-graduate training at the Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy.

Larry Racioppo’s Photographs Document Decades Of Change In Brooklyn
Bklyner 12-17-18
Unhappy at college after studying for three years at Fordham University in the Bronx, [Larry] Racioppo decided to take time off, joined VISTA [Volunteers In Service To America] in 1968 and moved to San Jose, California for two years where he worked with teenagers in Santa Clara and helped build a youth center.

Big Data Performance Problems Are A Profit Drain For Retailers. What Can Done About It?
Inside Big Data 12-17-18
Jim [D’Arrezo] earned his BA from Johns Hopkins University and an MBA from Fordham University, before embarking on a long and distinguished career in high technology, with an impressive list of stops that includes serving on the team that introduced the IBM Personal Computer, joining Compaq Computer as an original corporate officer in the 1980’s, and later as president and COO of Radiant Logic.

12/17/18 – Neurotrope Announces the Appointment of Two New Board Members
Pharmacy Choice 12-17-18
Mr. [Jonathan] Schechter graduated from Duke University in 1995, cum laude, with an AB in political science and graduated from Fordham Law School with a JD. He is licensed to practice law in the State of New York.

Triveni Makni, Manager, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Inc., on her time in NLSIU and working in the US
Lawz Magazine 12-15-18
[Triveni Makni] also holds a Masters degree from Fordham Law School, Fordham University, New York.

WEEKDAY MAGAZINE – Winston Churchill and the Bronx
This Is The Bronx 12-14-18
Elisa [Valentino] is co-founder of Travelin’ Cousinstravel blog, A native New Yorker, Fordham graduate, and world traveler, she is passionate about The Bronx as a travel destination for locals and tourists.

Alphonso Joseph
Active Rain 12-14-18
Continuing with his education [Alphonso Joseph D’Abruzzo] graduated from Fordham University in 1956.

Observer’s 15 Rising Stars in the PR Industry for 2018
Observer 12-14-18
Straight out of Fordham University, [Ashton] Fontana became 42West honcho Leslee Dart’s assistant; she very quickly rose from account exec to senior AE.

South African reflection: Women to lead parishes – a new leadership model?
Independent Catholic News 12-14-18
[Dr Eleanor W Sauers] holds a bachelor’s degree from Emmanuel College in Boston as well as a master’s degree and a Doctor of Philosophy from Fordham University’s Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education.

US bishop appoints left-wing feminist to lead parish
Life Site News 12-13-18
[Eleanor W.] Sauers, who has a Doctorate in Philosophy from Jesuit-run Fordham University, has written in favor of reducing the role of the pastor, taken part in a dissident-presented event on women in the Church, and worked to transform a parish where she was employed from being tradition-minded to modernist.

Rev. JK Melton to preach on Dec. 23
Alamosa News 12-14-18
He is a doctoral candidate at Fordham University, writing his dissertation on Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury.

Form 6-K Yulong Eco-Materials For: Dec 14
Street Insider 12-14-18
In 1993 [Norman Macasaet] earned his Master’s Degree in Business Administration from New York’s Fordham University.

Joseph King Joins Cape Cod 5 as Senior Wealth Management Officer
Cape Cod Today 12-13-18
[Joseph] King holds a Juris Doctor degree from Tulane University Law School and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Fordham University.

Jonathon Smith to wed Emily Cook next summer
Stowe Reporter 12-13-18
Jonathon [Smith] is a graduate of Stowe High School and Fordham University.

He lost a high-profile case while battling cancer, but famed Charleston attorney won’t stop
Post and Courier 12-13-18
[Andy] Savage attended Fordham University in New York City and worked as a taxi driver.

Ted Hosp Joins Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama
Birmingham Medical News 12-13-18
[Ted Hosp] is a graduate of Brown University and received his law degree from Fordham University.

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