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Rams in the News: January 24, 2019

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Idea of having women deacons ‘about ministry,’ not ‘power,’ says speaker
Archdiocese of Baltimore 01-17-19
Ordaining women to the permanent diaconate now, when the church is “crying for ministry,” is a logical way to fulfill its obligation to bring the Gospel to all people, according to panelists at a Jan 15 event at Jesuit-run Fordham University in New York.

JOEL REIDENBERG
Will Facebook Face Record Fines Over Privacy Violation?
Bloomberg 01-23-19
Joel Reidenberg, a professor at Fordham Law School, discusses Facebook’s repeated privacy scandals and whether the company will face a record fine from the Federal Trade Commission.

KAREN J. GREENBERG
The Global War on Children
The Nation 01-22-19
Karen J. Greenberg is director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School.

Fordham alumni seeks to provide internet to households that want it
News 12 The Bronx 01-22-19
A Fordham alumni [Marlin Jenkins] is looking to give back to the Bronx by putting an end to the digital divide.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

PAYING FOR FORDHAM UNIVERSITY
Edmit 01-23-19
Fordham University provides many resources to help students navigate how they will pay for school.

IU Takes First At Tax Competition
Inside Indiana Business 01-22-19
The other teams that participated were: Fordham University, University of Nebraska, North Carolina State University, University of Northern Iowa, Texas A&M University, and the University of Utah.

CBI Bank: A New Challenge Bank Enables U.S.-China Relation Growth
Accesswire 01-21-19
Over the course of the three-day event, keynote speeches and insightful views are shared across panels by some 79 experts on U.S-China relations from the Carter Center, Fordham University, the Kettering Foundation, the Chongqing Institute of Financial Studies at Renmin University, and the National Committee on U.S-China Relations.

Op-Ed – Anglican Nightmare in Rome: “Ordained” Female Deacons, First Step Towards “Women Priests”
Rorate Caeli 01-19-19
Four members of the Commission were part of a panel discussion on “The Future of Women Deacons: Views from the Papal Commission and the American Pews” at Fordham University’s Center for Religion and Culture”.

Access Masters – show of the best Masters in Paris
Le Parisian 01-19-19
Participating schools include: ESSEC, EM Lyon, IESEG, IE Business School, Fordham University, Toulouse Business School, Grenoble, Hult International Business School, Geneva Business School, Duke, EAE and many others.

The American Genocide of the Preborn: Forty-Six Years of Endless Compromise and Indifference
Christ or Chaos 01-18-19
Now, of course, Jorge Mario Bergoglio included the protection of “creation” and opposition to “global warming” as part of the “consistent ethic of life” that was first enunciated by the lavender loving Joseph “Cardinal” Bernardin in an address he delivered at Fordham University, Borough of the Bronx, City of New York, New York, on December 6, 1983.

Women Deacons: Is the time almost here again?
Independent Catholic News 01-18-19
In the early hours of Wednesday morning, a significant, and perhaps soon to be historic, gathering took place at Fordham University in New York.

New Pro-Life Movement: ‘No’ to Trump; ‘yes’ to atheists
National Catholic Reporter 01-17-19
At a December 2018 seminar at Jesuit-run Fordham University in New York, Beaty argued that pro-lifers need to embrace a consistent ethic of life — concerned with abortion as well as poverty and other concerns — if they are to develop credibility among millennials.

Members of papal commission on women’s diaconate make first public comments
National Catholic Reporter 01-17-19
Phyllis Zagano and Jesuit Fr. Bernard Pottier, two members of that commission, told a packed auditorium at Fordham University’s Lincoln Center campus here that the evidence indicates women deacons have a long history in the church and that they are needed in ministry worldwide.

Best NY Online College Programs: These Schools Made US News List
Patch 01-17-19
Fordham University (54)

Good Samaritan saves Fordham University student from attempted rape
New York Post 01-17-19
A good Samaritan stopped a stranger from raping a Fordham University student on a Bronx street this week, police said Thursday.

OnlineMasters.com Names Top Master’s in Social Work Programs for 2019
Stamford Advocate 01-17-19
Fordham University

Idea of having women deacons ‘about ministry,’ not ‘power,’ says speaker
Archdiocese of Baltimore 01-17-19
Ordaining women to the permanent diaconate now, when the church is “crying for ministry,” is a logical way to fulfill its obligation to bring the Gospel to all people, according to panelists at a Jan 15 event at Jesuit-run Fordham University in New York.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS

WINTER BOOKS: THE BEATLES, ELLINGTON AND ‘THE MAGIC OF COLLABORATION’ AND OTHER GREAT READS
Duke University 01-19-19
Shai Ginsburg, co-editor: “Jews and the Ends of Theory” (Fordham University Press)

ADMINISTRATORS

ELAINE CONGRESS
INTERVIEW WITH CLOSE THE GAP’S UN YOUTH REPRESENTATIVE
Close the Gap 01-23-19
In context of his year as the link between Close the Gap and the UN, we took the opportunity to ask him and Ms Elaine Congress, Dean at Fordham University, for an exclusive interview.

DAVID GIBSON
Vatican accelerates extreme makeover of media department
La Croix International 01-19-19
David Gibson (formerly of Religion News Service and now at Fordham University), Celine Hoyeau (La Croix), Carol Glatz (Catholic News Service), Michael Kelly (Irish Catholic) and even Edward Pentin (Catholic Herald) are just a few…

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
Legal Dream Team Files New Lawsuit Against Trump Over Business Interest ‘Conflicts’
Law & Crime 01-23-19
Zephyr Rain Teachout: Fordham Law School Professor Teachout made a respectable showing in two high-profile New York races — the 2014 Governor’s race, and the 2018 Attorney General’s – for which she received the endorsement of The New York Times.

JOEL REIDENBERG
Will Facebook Face Record Fines Over Privacy Violation?
Bloomberg 01-23-19
Joel Reidenberg, a professor at Fordham Law School, discusses Facebook’s repeated privacy scandals and whether the company will face a record fine from the Federal Trade Commission.

LAWRENCE BRENNAN
Court-martial of USS Fitzgerald commander no longer valid, judge says
Stars and Stripes 01-23-19
“It’s a major win” for Benson and his legal team, said Lawrence B. Brennan, a law professor at Fordham University School of Law who is a retired Navy captain who served in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps.

LAWRENCE BRENNAN
How the court-martial against the Fitz’s former CO was thrown into disarray this week
Military Times 01-23-19
Retired Navy Capt. Lawrence Brennan, an instructor at Fordham University School of Law, told Navy Times on Thursday that the military must name a new convening authority, but that’s complicated by a motion filed by Henderson that alleges Adm. Richardson and his deputy, Vice Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Bill Moran, committed unlawful command influence against Benson.

CHERYL BADER
Trial Underway For N.J. Man Accused Of Strangling 19-Year-Old For ‘Money That Somebody Would Kill For’
CBS New York 01-23-19
Cheryl Bader, a former assistant U.S. attorney in New Jersey and current law professor at Fordham University, says the lack of a body typically creates a “real uphill battle” for prosecutors, but that’s not the case here.

NICHOLAS JOHNSON
Column | Pittsburgh gun bills fail civil rights and safety
The Pitt News 01-22-19
Not only do research studies cast doubt on the ordinances’ effect on gun violence, the proposed measures are almost unenforceable, according to Nicholas Johnson, a professor of law at Fordham University’s law school and a nationally recognized expert on gun policy.

KAREN J. GREENBERG
The Global War on Children
The Nation 01-22-19
Karen J. Greenberg is director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School.

KAREN J. GREENBERG
Sunday Show – January 20, 2019
94.1 KPFA 01-20-19
Karen J. Greenberg, author of “Rogue Justice: The Making of the Security State” and Director of the Center on National Security at Fordham University School of Law.

BRUCE GREEN
At El Chapo Trial, a Potential Star Witness: El Chapo
The New York Times 01-20-19
“He may feel that it’s a foregone conclusion that he will be convicted,” said Bruce Green, a professor at Fordham Law School who specializes in legal ethics and criminal procedure.

BRUCE GREEN
This Charge Is Different
The Atlantic 01-18-19
“If President Trump instructed Michael Cohen to testify to Congress, giving an account of the Russia project that Trump knew to be false, that’s obstruction of justice,” said Bruce Green, a law professor at Fordham and a former associate counsel in the Iran-Contra investigation.

JED SHUGERMAN
House Dem: Kavanaugh ‘Likely’ To Be Investigated
The Western Journal 01-21-19
Last fall, Jed Shugerman, a professor at Fordham University School of Law, told The Washington Post that impeachment proceedings against Kavanaugh were “as likely as the Democrats winning the House.”

JED SHUGERMAN
HOUSE REPUBLICANS VOTE OVERWHELMINGLY AGAINST TRUMP ADMINISTRATION LIFTING SANCTIONS ON PUTIN-LINKED OLIGARCH’S COMPANIES
Newsweek 01-17-19
Jed Shugerman, a professor at Fordham Law, told Newsweek that, although Deripaska will lose majority control of his three companies, the Treasury’s plan will benefit the oligarch, and by extension, Russian President Vladimir Putin.

JOEL COHEN
The downside of Michael Cohen’s testifying publicly
The Hill 01-17-19
[Joel] Cohen is an adjunct professor at Fordham Law School.

FORMER ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

PETER STEINFELS
Peter Steinfels: The Pa. grand jury report is not what it seems
Pittsburgh Post Gazette 01-20-19
Peter Steinfels, a former editor of Commonweal and religion writer for The New York Times, is a University Professor Emeritus at Fordham University.

OLIVIA J. HOOKER
Ohio State University presents an evening with bestselling author Ta-Nehisi Coates
Ohio State University 01-18-19
Among her positions, she served as an associate professor at Fordham University.

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

MARK NAISON
‘We will not be bullied into silence’: Over 350 scholars and Civil Rights movement veterans speak out in support of Palestinian rights and Angela Davis
Mondoweiss 01-22-19
Dr Mark Naison – Professor of African American Studies and History, Fordham University

WILLIAM BAKER
Expert tells Greenwich audience: PBS still fights to get dollars
Register Citizen 01-22-19
“Audiences are watching television entirely differently,” said Baker, who is now director of the Schwartz Center for Media at Fordham University.

Z. GEORGE HONG
Candid talk on relations in challenging time
China Daily 01-21-19
George Hong, a professor and associate vice-president for academic affairs at Fordham University, called for the academic experts to act as impartial spectators and peacemakers.

BETH KNOBEL
Did we just experience the hardest decade in journalism?
Poynter 01-17-19
Both he and Fordham University professor Beth Knobel looked at newspapers over time (he from the ‘50s to the 2000s, she from the ‘90s to the 2000s,) and they both found the same thing, he said.

C. COLT ANDERSON
Why a medieval saint is finding new followers for a reformed Church
Angelus 01-22-19
Professor C. Colt Anderson, a St. Peter Damian scholar and Church history expert at Fordham University in New York, told Angelus News the Church’s corruption in the 11th century was far more advanced than the 21st century, from the standpoint that there were no newspapers and mass media to uncover such crimes and raise them to a widespread audience.

CHARLES CAMOSY
Civil Discourse in an Era of Polarization
Next Avenue 01-22-19
According to Charles Camosy, associate professor of Christian ethics at Fordham University, “We play by mean-spirited rules and are self-segregating, online and in person. We are less willing to live in community with each other.

CHARLES CAMOSY
The Pro-Life Resistance
National Review 01-16-19
Charles Camosy is an associate professor of theological and social ethics at Fordham University.

MICHAEL PEPPARD
HISTORY To Premiere Eight-Part Event “Jesus: His Life” on Monday, March 25
A+E Networks 01-18-19
Michael Peppard – Associate Professor in New Testament, Early Christian Studies, Religion and Public Life, Fordham University

GEORGE DEMACOPOULOS
Orthodoxy at the Brink, With Constantinople and Moscow Divided Over Ukrainian Church
National Catholic Reporter 01-18-19
George Demacopoulos, the co-director of the Orthodox Christian Studies Center at Fordham University, told the Register that since the demise of the Ottoman Empire, the Orthodox world has seen the growth of autocephalous (self-governing) churches — such as the Church of Greece and the Church of Albania.

SAUL CORNELL
History Forum: The founding fathers and the origins of gun control
MPR News 01-23-19
He’s a professor of history at Fordham University.

SAUL CORNELL
Could 2019 be the year of more Mexican restaurants?
Northern Virginia Magazine 01-18-19
Or as Saul Cornell, a professor at Fordham University, says, “Jefferson becomes this great political Rorschach in which people pour into him different things.”

EVON HEKKALA
The Rise and Fall of the Living Fossil
Nautilus 01-17-19
He took a tissue sample from one that had recently perished and sent it to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, where Evon Hekkala, an assistant professor at Fordham University studying crocodilian diversity, sequenced its genome.

CHRISTINA GREER
Pent up for years, Democrats finally in control of Albany pass a burst of bills
The Guardian 01-21-19
“They’ve been waiting for this moment,” said Christina Greer, a political science professor at Fordham University.

CHRISTINA GREER
WATCH: DONALD TRUMP COULD CALL THE 2020 ELECTION ‘FAKE NEWS’ AND ‘REFUSE TO LEAVE’ OFFICE IF HE LOSES, SAYS MSNBC PANELIST
Newsweek 01-21-19
Fordham University Professor Christina Greer responded by saying that ever since the formation of the U.S. there have been people “working so hard” to keep voting away from millions of Americans.

CHRISTINA GREER
The legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
New York Amsterdam News 01-20-19
Christina Greer, Ph.D., is an assistant professor at Fordham University and the author of “Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration and the Pursuit of the American Dream.”

CHRISTINA GREER
Trump nixes Pelosi trip. TRANSCRIPT: 1/17/19, The Beat w/ Ari Melber.
MSNBC 01-18-19
Fordham University Professor Christina Greer joins me as well.

CHRISTINA GREER
Trump second anniversary: If you thought the first two years were crazy, then you’d better buckle up
The Independent 01-18-19
“When you get into the mud with somebody [there’s always that danger],” said Christina Greer, associate professor of political science at Fordham University in New York.

CHRISTINA GREER
How will you celebrate MLK Day?
New York Amsterdam News 01-17-19
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.

CHRISTINA GREER
Colleges and Universities Commemorate King Holiday
Diverse 01-17-19
Following a light dinner will be a conversation with Tufts alumnae Dr. Christina Greer, associate professor of political science and American studies at Fordham University, and Zerlina Maxwell. director of progressive programming for SiriusXM.

ATHLETICS

Five Arcadia High Athletes Sign To Play In NCAA Division I & II
Arcadia Weekly 01-22-19
Lauren Ko signed to UC Davis while Rachelle Yang signed to Fordham University.

IACMI – The Composites Institute Sponsors More Than 40 Interns at Member Organizations, Universities, and National Laboratories
NewsBlaze 01-21-19
Hayley Coughlin Fordham University

Glasco enters his second softball season with new talent
The Vermillion 01-21-19
The 2019 season will begin with the Ragin’ Cajuns Classic Feb. 7 against Fordham University.

Lower grad Lauren Holden scores 1,000th career point for Fordham basketball
Press of Atlantic City 01-21-19
Fordham University senior Lauren Holden on Sunday became the latest player in Rams basketball history to reach the 1,000-point plateau.

A Triumphant Farewell
The East Hampton Star 01-17-19
Ethan McCormac is to go to Providence College, Bahel to Vanderbilt, Duryea to Roger Williams, [Jordan] Uribe to Fordham, Botero to the University of Vermont, Sanchez to the State University at Oneonta, and Luke Tyrell to Boston University.

ALUMNI

Who knew? Trump’s top White House attorney is Covington Catholic High School graduate
Cincinnati Enquirer 01-23-19
After leaving CovCath, [Pat] Cipollone received his bachelor’s degree from New York City’s Fordham University.

Acuant 2019 Predictions: 2019 is the Year of Identity
VM Blog 01-22-19
[Stephen Maloney] graduated from Fordham, has an M.B.A. and holds or has held TS clearance.

Another first for Misty Copeland, and many in ballet say it’s about time
The Undefeated 01-22-19
[André M. Zachery] transferred from Florida A&M University to the Ailey/Fordham Program in New York.

Stacey Ross Cohen Delivers Fresh Perspectives on Personal Branding at TEDxHartford
PR Newswire 01-22-19
[Stacey Ross Cohen] holds a B.S. from Syracuse University, an MBA from Fordham University and recently completed a certificate program in Media, Entertainment, & Technology at NYU Leonard Stern School of Business.

Form 10-K/A Civitas Solutions, Inc. For: Sep 30
Street Insider 01-22-19
Mr. [Denis M.] Holler earned a B.A. from Fordham University, an M.S. in Accounting and an M.B.A. from Northeastern University.

Fordham alumni seeks to provide internet to households that want it
News 12 The Bronx 01-22-19
A Fordham alumni [Marlin Jenkins] is looking to give back to the Bronx by putting an end to the digital divide.

Boogie Down Bites: Burger Lodge
News 12 The Bronx 01-21-19
The owner is a former Fordham University business student and says that he noticed a need for an all-American style restaurant.

DeSales students offer free tax preparation assistance for seniors, low-income residents
WFMZ 01-21-19
[Dr. Christopher R.] Cocozza holds a bachelor’s in accounting and law degree from Fordham University and a master’s of law from New York University.

Author Asserts Our Language About ‘America’ Determines Our U.S. Policies and Patriotism
Stamford Advocate 01-21-19
[Gabriel] Moran earned his Ph.D. from Catholic University, Washington D.C. and taught at New York University, Fordham University and Boston College.

Kei Komuro’s family financial trouble resolved? Depends who you ask
Japan Times 01-21-19
[Kei] Komuro is currently enrolled in a three-year law program at Fordham University in New York in the hope of passing the bar examination in that state.

Lexie Liu’s Got Tricks, and Tracks You Need to Hear
Paper Mag 01-20-19
And then [Lexie Liu] applied for college to major in Global Business in Fordham University in New York, and then [she]was there for a while.

Tutankhamen on the subway, a child prodigy awaiting his moment on stage and an erotic party: Photographer set himself a challenge to take ONE single picture every day for a year
Daily Mail 01-18-19
From there, [B.A.] Van Sise got his degree in Visual Arts and Modern Languages from Fordham University.

International Seminar Series to focus on world religious literacy
Illinois State University 01-18-19
[Daniel Breyer] earned a Ph.D. in philosophy from Fordham University, and specializes in contemporary epistemology, philosophy of religion, moral psychology, and Buddhist studies.

Journalist and Playwright Peter Filichia Brings His Play God Shows Up to The Playroom Theater
Times Square Chronicles 01-18-19
[Lou Liberatore] Education: Fordham University (Lincoln Center), William Esper.

A popular YouTube car show started as father-son bonding for a Huntingdon Valley family
Philly 01-18-19
But after Alex [Vitek] went off to Fordham University and Drew moved back to Philadelphia to work as a product consultant, Andy said, he decided he wanted to pursue the idea.

Patricia D. Fili-Krushel has changed positions at Center for Talent Innovation, Inc.
Relationship Science 01-18-19
Patricia D. Fili-Krushel » Fordham University – Graduate School of Business Administration

ANCA Empowers Record Number of Recent Graduates Starting Policy, Political and Media Careers in Washington, DC
Armenian National Committee of America 01-17-19
Bianca Bernardi received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Fordham University, with a minor in Philosophy.

HARTE HANKS INC : Change in Directors or Principal Officers (form 8-K)
Market Screeners 01-17-19
Mr. [Mark] Del Priore, who is 41 years old, received his BA in 1999 from Boston College and
his MBA in 2005 from Fordham University.

Centric Bank Appoints Kimberly L. Turner to Senior Vice President, Chief Risk Officer
PR News Wire 01-17-19
A lifelong learner, [Kimberly L.] Turner earned her Juris Doctorate from Fordham University School of Law, New York, New York; clerked with the Honorable Tina Brozman, Chief Judge of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, S.D.N.Y; received her MBA Finance/Accounting from UCLA, Anderson School of Management, Los Angeles, California; and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.

WEEKDAY MAGAZINE – Eunice Carter – Fordham Law Graduate, Prosecutor, and Inspiration
This Is The Bronx 01-17-19
As this granddaughter of slaves persevered in an era when women were not looked upon as equals in the work force, least of all law enforcement, Ms. [Eunice] Carter graduating from Smith University, and went on to earn a law degree from Fordham Law School in 1932.

The Insane Details of the Smiley Face Killers Theory
Cosmopolitan 01-17-19
[Patrick McNeill] was a 21-year-old student at Fordham University, and his body was found in the East River months after he was reported missing.

OBITUARIES

Sister Mary Paul Hickey, 97, Of Oakland, Pennsylvania, Executive Director of The Campus School at Carlow University
Sister Mary Paul Hickey, founder of The Campus School at Carlow U., dies
Post Gazette 01-17-19
She earned a bachelor’s degree from Mount Mercy College , a master’s in education from Duquesne University, and Ph.D. from Fordham University.

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