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Rams in the News: January 3, 2019

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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

Don’t fall for it: Call out corruption no matter whose
National Catholic Reporter 12-20-18
Brian Harper is a student and public service fellow in Fordham University’s graduate program in international political economy and development.

OPEN: Norwood Community Library
BronxNet 01-02-19
Host Daren Jaime sits with Brandon Montes, FCRH ’13, Founder of the Norwood Community Library, to discuss the “Take a book, Leave a book” initiative in the Bronx.

KATHRYN REKLIS
In Roma, Alfonso Cuarón portrays life amid Mexico’s class divides
Christian Century 12-21-18
Kathryn Reklis teaches theology at Fordham University and is codirector of the Institute for Art, Religion and Social Justice.

ASIF SIDDIQI
The Missions to the Moon That Never Left the Drawing Board
Smithsonian 12-21-18
NASA had its sights set firmly on the moon, but according to Asif Siddiqi, a Fordham University historian of Soviet spaceflight, the Russians were thinking about much more—in the end, to their peril.

CHRISTINA GREER
A year in review: ‘The toughest year’ – US immigration changes dominated 2018
The Independent 12-30-18
Christina Greer, a political science professor at Fordham University, sees Trump’s immigration overhaul as the continuation of a tug-of-war that’s played out since the nation’s founding, between what many see as bedrock American ideals and a pattern of nevertheless being hostile to newcomers.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

How to Oversee 401k Plan Vendors
401kTV 12-31-18
At the conclusion of a Fiduciary Education Program held by The Plan Sponsor University (TPSU) at Fordham University, TPSU Founder and CEO, Fred Barstein spoke with Maggie, Director of Human Resources.

YU Raises Faculty Pension Matching Contributions, Upholds Salary Freeze
YU Commentator 12-30-18
Even contextualized within its 80th place ranking in the 2019 US News & World Report National University Rankings, YU falls behind industry standards in Manhattan. Pace University, which is ranked 177th, offered a nine percent contribution in 2013; St. John’s University, ranked 152nd, offered 10 percent; Fordham University, ranked 70th, offered five percent to faculty serving for under five years and 11 percent to those serving for five years and above; and New York University, ranked 30th, offered 10 percent.

The Left victories that defined 2018 — and give us hope for the New Year
Salon 12-30-18
Grad students at Columbia University, Fordham University, Brandeis University, Loyola University Chicago, Georgetown University and Brown University have all seen major gains this year, from union recognition to contract negotiations to successful strike actions.

Are Bodega Cats Legal?
Mental Floss 12-28-18
Researchers at Fordham University looked at a recycling facility in Brooklyn that was overrun by both rats and cats.

Mesrobian High School Hosts ‘Path to Success’ Evening
Asbarez 12-27-18
Upon graduation, Mesrobian High School students have been directly admitted to the following colleges and universities: California Lutheran University, Cal Poly Pomona, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, California State University including CSU Fullerton, CSU Long Beach, CSU Los Angeles, and CSU Northridge, Claremont-McKenna College, Columbia University, Drexel University, DePaul University, Fordham University, Georgetown University, Loyola-Marymount University, Pitzer College, Pomona College, Saint John’s University, Scripps College, University of California including UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC Los Angeles, UC Riverside, UC San Diego, UC Santa Barbara, and UC Santa Cruz, University of Chicago, University of Southern California, Whittier College, Woodbury University, and Yale University.

Christmas Greetings From Sports Staff
Bronx Chronicle 12-24-18
NYFC soccer, New York Mets, New York Yankees, BTI, Castle Hill Little League, Bronxchester Little League, Van Nest Little League, Fordham University, Madison Square Garden, Barclays Center, Top Rank Boxing, PBC Boxing, Main Evens Boxing, Matchroom Boxing. Jerry Milani, and all others we may have bypassed.

10 animals that are rapidly adapting to survive in cities and new climates
Insider 12-21-18
The researchers, who hailed from the State University of New York and Fordham University, learned that the metropolitan critters had evolved genetically to handle urban diets, including human grub like pizza and fast food.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS

CARIBBEAT: Long-lasting achievements of William Thompson — a son of Caribbean immigrants who changed New York politics
New York Daily News 12-30-18
[Ron] Howell is the author of the recent Fordham University Press book, “Boss of Black Brooklyn: The Life and Times of Bertram L. Baker,” about his grandfather — an immigrant from St. Kitts-Nevis who became Brooklyn’s first black assemblyman and elected official.

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

The Economist publishes the 2018 Global MBA Rankings
Zaker 12-27-18
99 Fordham University – Gabelli School of Business Fordham University Business School USA

FORMER SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

KIMBERLY GREER
Woman killed by bus was recently married Fordham Law grad
New York Post 12-21-18
Greer graduated cum laude from Fordham Law School in May 2016 — and it was there where she met her husband, 27-year-old Michael Eric Singer, who also graduated from the school with a law degree.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
Hudson Valley Year In Review 2018 Part Two
WAMC Northeast Public Radio 12-31-18
Hudson Valley residents Zephyr Teachout, a Fordham law professor and 2016 19th District congressional candidate, along with 18th District Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney lost the Democratic primary for state attorney general. Maloney returned to campaign for his House seat.

MATTHEW DILLER
Fordham Law School’s LLM programme
The Oath 12-30-18
Fordham Law School’s dean, Matthew Diller, was recently in Dubai presenting and visiting with the school’s graduates.

JOHN PFAFF
THE FEDS JUST PASSED CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM. HERE’S WHY STATE-LEVEL EFFORTS MATTER MORE
Entorno Inteligente 12-30-18
“We’re at a unique moment where politicians, voters and big donors tend to be in agreement,” said John Pfaff, a law professor at Fordham University who researches criminal sentencing.

JOHN PFAFF
Goldberg: Trump is doing something…good?
Palm Beach Post 12-27-18
“Its direct overall impact is going to be pretty slight — I think even its proponents admit that,” said John Pfaff, a law professor at Fordham and the author of “Locked In: The True Causes of Mass Incarceration and How to Achieve Real Reform.”

YOUNGJAE LEE
THE WEIRD HISTORY OF UNORTHODOX SENTENCING IN THE U.S.
Pacific Standard 12-21-18
“It’s very difficult to win an argument like that just because the prevailing idea is that whoever is doing the sentencing has some discretion to figure out what the appropriate punishment is,” says Youngjae Lee, a law professor at Fordham University.

JERRY H. GOLDFEDER
How New York Suppresses the Vote
JD Supra 12-28-18
Jerry H. Goldfeder, special counsel at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, teaches election law at
Fordham Law School and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, and is the author of
“Goldfeder’s Modern Election Law” (NY Legal Pub. Corp., Fifth Ed., 2018).

JERRY H. GOLDFEDER
A Call to The Bar: Fight for The National Popular Vote Initiative
JD Supra 12-21-18
He also teaches Election Law at Fordham Law School and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

DAVID A. ANDELMAN
Commentary: Congo election shows flaws in Trump’s Africa strategy
Reuters 12-20-18
David A. Andelman, a former foreign correspondent for the New York Times and CBS News, is visiting scholar at the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School and author of “A Shattered Peace: Versailles 1919 and the Price We Pay Today.”

JED SHUGERMAN
FOR THESE REASONS, A SITTING PRESIDENT CAN BE INDICTED
Epeak 01-01-19
Jed Shugerman is a Fordham Law professor and the author of The People’s Courts and shugerblog.com.

JED SHUGERMAN
Probe of Trump’s charity could crash ‘like a Mack Truck’ into his real estate empire
NBC News 12-27-18
Fordham law professor Jed Shugerman said that investigators already had some “low-hanging fruit” at the Trump Organization when it comes to potential criminal activity.

JED SHUGERMAN
Experts: Trump Foundation Probe Likely to Implicate Trump’s Business Empire
Law & Crime 12-27-18
Fordham Law Professor Jed Shugerman also invoked the idea of overlap being potentially problematic here.

JED SHUGERMAN
TRUMP ADMINISTRATION TO LIFT SANCTIONS ON PUTIN-LINKED OLIGARCH’S COMPANIES AND THE BANK LINKED TO TRUMP TOWER MOSCOW PROJECT WILL BENEFIT
Newsweek 12-20-18
“There are lots of reasonable suspicions that VTB and Glencore are involved in other aspects of these schemes. So what assurances do we have that Deripaska doesn’t have influence over them or that other bad actors aren’t taking control?” Jed Shugerman, a professor at Fordham Law, told Newsweek.

KAREN J. GREENBERG
American Ships Are Sending the Wrong Message Overseas
The Nation 12-20-18
Karen J. Greenberg is director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School.

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY

MARK CONRAD
Sneaker Game Is Becoming More Political: ‘It’s Not Just Good Business’
1340 WJOL 12-26-18
Mark Conrad, the director of the sports business program at Fordham University, told ABC News that we are “living in a heightened age of divides based on age, demographics and in some cases race.”

FORMER ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

OLIVIA HOOKER
Farewell: Country star Roy Clark tops list of 2018 notable Tulsa-area deaths
Tulsa World 12-30-18
She went on from there to a career as a psychologist and professor at Fordham University, while continuing throughout to be a voice for racial justice.

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

C. COLT ANDERSON
Sheen Panel Examines Role of Spirituality in Times of War
Catholic New York 01-02-19
Dr. C. Colt Anderson, professor of Christian spirituality at the Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education at Fordham University, began the panel discussion by saying, “War is, and has been, a significant part of the human experience ever since people have been writing history.”

SUSAN GREENFIELD
‘Sacred Shelter’ Offers Stories Of Hope From Formerly Homeless
Catholic New York 01-02-19
Susan Celia Greenfield, an English professor at Fordham University, edited the book.

CHARLES CAMOSY
The debate surrounding the ‘artificial womb’
Our Sunday Visitor 01-02-19
“It will be interesting to see how this technology would push abortion-rights activists,” said Charles Camosy, a Fordham University moral theologian who has written about the artificial womb’s potential impact to abortion laws.

JOHN SEITZ
THE AMERICAN CATHOLIC HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION’S RADICAL EXPERIMENT
U.S. Religion 01-02-19
Then one of the revolutionaries, John Seitz of Fordham University, proposed a novel approach: what about taking each letter of the ACHA and offering a critical take on that specific word?

QUAMRUL HAIDER
COP24: All noise, no signals
The Daily Star 12-31-18
Quamrul Haider is a professor of physics at Fordham University, New York.

EVON HEKKALA
Peter Matthiessen’s “The Snow Leopard” in the Age of Climate Change
New Yorker 12-30-18
As a result, “snow-leopard poop from a hundred years ago may appear similar to snow-leopard poop from a year ago,” Evon Hekkala, an associate professor of biological science at Fordham University, said, making it hard to establish present-day population size or genetic diversity.

ROGER PANETTA
How the New York State Thruway Changed Life in the Hudson Valley
Hudson Valley 12-28-18
“The real catalyst for getting IBM to move to Kingston was the Thruway,” says Roger Panetta, visiting professor of history at Fordham University and author of The Tappan Zee Bridge and the Forging of the Rockland Suburb.

CHRISTIANA ZENNER
The Unlikely Way This Brooklyn Design Studio Is Fighting The Water Crisis
Mind Body Green 12-22-18
“Through the California droughts; through the pollution in Flint, Michigan; through the stormwater surges and contamination of Houston’s water after Hurricane Harvey; through the disabling of the water supply in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria—through all of these kinds of events, people following the news have the opportunity to see that the availability of freshwater is not a given and is deeply wedded to the institutions society has built up,” Christiana Zenner, Ph.D., an author and professor of water ethics at Fordham University, told mbg earlier this year.

KATHRYN REKLIS
In Roma, Alfonso Cuarón portrays life amid Mexico’s class divides
Christian Century 12-21-18
Kathryn Reklis teaches theology at Fordham University and is codirector of the Institute for Art, Religion and Social Justice.

STEVEN STOLL
New in Paperback: ‘Ramp Hollow,’ ‘Freshwater’
VIPortal 12-21-18
Generational cycles of dispossession, from the time of feudalism in England to the contemporary United States, have contributed to the region’s deprivation, according to [Steven] Stoll, a history professor at Fordham.

ASIF SIDDIQI
Apollo 8: NASA’s first moonshot was a bold and terrifying improvisation
Washington Post 12-21-18
“One of the most risky decisions in the history of spaceflight” is the verdict of historian Asif Siddiqi of Fordham University.

ASIF SIDDIQI
The Missions to the Moon That Never Left the Drawing Board
Smithsonian 12-21-18
NASA had its sights set firmly on the moon, but according to Asif Siddiqi, a Fordham University historian of Soviet spaceflight, the Russians were thinking about much more—in the end, to their peril.

CHRISTINA GREER
New York political predictions for 2019
City & State New York 12-31-18
Dr. Christina Greer
Associate professor of political science at Fordham University

CHRISTINA GREER
A year in review: ‘The toughest year’ – US immigration changes dominated 2018
The Independent 12-30-18
Christina Greer, a political science professor at Fordham University, sees Trump’s immigration overhaul as the continuation of a tug-of-war that’s played out since the nation’s founding, between what many see as bedrock American ideals and a pattern of nevertheless being hostile to newcomers.

CHRISTINA GREER
Goodbye 2018
New York Amsterdam News 12-27-18
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.

CHRISTINA GREER
National Politics; Markets; Tri-State Roundup; Kwanzaa
WNYC 12-26-18
As we head into a new year with new people in elected offices, Christina Greer, co-host of the New York politics podcast FAQ NYC and associate professor of political science at Fordham University, WNYC New Jersey reporter Karen Rouse, and Mark Pazniokas, Capitol bureau chief for The Connecticut Mirror, about the political news in the tri-state region;

CHRISTINA GREER
DONALD TRUMP WAS A ‘SERIAL FAILURE’ AND ‘DADDY’S LITTLE WELFARE CASE,’ MSNBC HOST SAYS
Newsweek 12-25-18
Fordham University Professor Christina Greer chimed in, pointing out that people from Trump’s home city New York have long known the president to be a “grifter and lie and cheat.”

CHRISTINA GREER
New Books About U-boat Hunters, Mark Twain’s Feast and Overdue Homecomings
Connecticut Magazine 12-21-18
The guests included Wilco singer and guitarist Jeff Tweedy, comedian Wanda Sykes, and Christina Greer, a Fordham professor of political science.

CHRISTINA GREER
Virtual wall grows as Trump border fight threatens shutdown
ABC News 12-21-18
Christina Greer, a political science professor at Fordham University, sees Trump’s immigration overhaul as the continuation of a tug-of-war that’s played out since the nation’s founding, between what many see as bedrock American ideals and a pattern of nevertheless being hostile to newcomers.

CHRISTINA GREER
What to do about the MTA?
New York Amsterdam News 12-20-18
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.

STUDENTS

Cities Can Serve as Cauldrons of Evolution
The Scientist 01-01-19
Matthew Combs, a graduate student in Jason Munshi-South’s lab at Fordham University, has spent the past five years exploring how urbanization drives nonadaptive genetic changes in New York City’s second most abundant mammal, the brown rat (Rattus norvegicus).

Acton teen receives “Young Hero Award” for saving brother from fire
Wicked Local Acton 12-24-18
Kristen [McCaffrey], a senior who will be attending Fordham University next year, starts to recount the morning of Oct. 8.

Don’t fall for it: Call out corruption no matter whose
National Catholic Reporter 12-20-18
Brian Harper is a student and public service fellow in Fordham University’s graduate program in international political economy and development.

ATHLETICS

Fordham Comes Up Short To LIU
The Bronx Chronicle 12-31-18
The Fordham University men’s basketball squad had it chances tonight but the Ram offense went cold in the second half allowing Long Island University Brooklyn to rally back late in the game for a 60-57 win over Fordham in the Rose Hill Gym on Sunday night.

Tale of the tape: UTC women vs. MTSU
Times Free Press 12-29-18
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women vs. Middle Tennessee State University at Fordham Holiday Classic at Rose Hill Gym, Bronx, New York

Outback Bowl: Family bragging rights on line for Iowa WR Brandon Smith
Tampa Bay Times 12-29-18
Ferentz and Moorhead both hail from Pittsburgh, and though neither played at the University of Pittsburgh — Ferentz was a linebacker at the University of Connecticut while Moorhead played quarterback for Division I-AA Fordham — both served as graduate assistants for Panthers early in their college coaching careers.

Fordham University Women’s college basketball 72 vs University of Maine 64
Bangor Daily News 12-29-18
Bronx, N.Y. — In a game which featured 11 lead changes and nine ties, the University of Maine was outlasted by Fordham in overtime as the Black Bears fell 72-64 in the opening round of the Fordham Holiday Classic on Saturday afternoon.

UMaine succumbs to foul, injury woes in overtime loss at Fordham
Bangor Daily News 12-29-18
The University of Maine’s women’s basketball team was on the brink of a hard-fought win over Fordham University in the Fordham Holiday Classic in the Bronx, N.Y. on Saturday afternoon.

Road Trip: The Bronx
Buffalo Travel 12-28-18
Fordham University’s Rose Hill Gymnasium — Fordham, a midsize Catholic university whose manicured campus is already a Bronx gemstone, holds a snug stone-and-exposed brick basketball arena dating to 1925.

Lower Cape May boys win George Holden Memorial Sr. championship
HS Live 12-28-18
[Lauren Holden] currently plays for Fordham University.

Holden, the DOT and crime updates
Queens Chronicle 12-27-18
Christ the King’s basketball team fell short of CHSAA championship as the Royals lost 74-65 to Archbishop Stepinac at Fordham University.

Hard work and dedication pay off
The Township Journal 12-27-18
Pope John XXIII Regional High School senior offensive lineman Giovanni Potente, seated in center, poses for a picture after he signed his National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and football careers at Fordham University on Wednesday at Pope John XXIII Regional High School in Sparta.

Fordham finds its groove
Amsterdam News 12-27-18
Fordham University women’s basketball coach Stephanie Gaitley is pleased with how the Rams have played thus far this season.

Adam Cushing’s new staff at Eastern Illinois will have a major Northwestern influence
Daily News 12-24-18
Glenbrook South alum Chris Batti will coach EIU’s quarterbacks. He was an intern and grad assistant at Northwestern for four seasons under Fitzgerald before joining Harvard and Fordham.

2018 All Central Virginia football offense
C’Ville 12-22-18
The Fordham University signee [DeQuece Carter] finished his high school career as Central Virginia’s all-time leading receiver with 153 receptions for 2,815 yards and 32 touchdowns.

Cross Country: Somerville’s McGovern is CN Fall Sports Athlete of the Year
My Central Jersey 12-22-18
[John] McGovern has also made his college choice, having committed to run cross country and track at Fordham University on Thursday.

Portley, Honor lead Fordham past James Madison 75-48
SC Now 12-20-18
Antwon Portley and Nick Honor scored 13 points apiece and Fordham dominated the first half and cruised to a 75-48 victory over James Madison on Thursday night.

Dixon, Hall, Wright earn full scholarship offers
Antelope Valley Press 12-20-18
Hall will be attending Boise State University, while [Dajour] Dixon is headed to Fordham University in Bronx, New York, and Wright is off to the University of Oregon.

ALUMNI

OPEN: Norwood Community Library
BronxNet 01-02-19
Host Daren Jaime sits with Brandon Montes, FCRH ’13, Founder of the Norwood Community Library, to discuss the “Take a book, Leave a book” initiative in the Bronx.

Rockland: Meet the new acting district attorney
Lohud 01-02-19
[Kevin Gilleece] graduated from Fordham University Law School.

LUST FOR LIFE: A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO LANA DEL REY
DIY 01-02-19
As a student at Fordham University in New York, where she studied philosophy with a focus on metaphysics – a branch of philosophy that deals with things like “being, knowing, identity, time and space”, according to Google – Lana [Del Rey] began recording music and performing live under the stage name May Jailer.

Boards, investors and sexual harassment in the workplace
Ethical Boardroom 01-02-19
[Ken Bertsch] holds a JD from Fordham University School of Law and an undergraduate degree from Williams College.

Make It Work
American Theatre 01-02-19
[Garrett] Kim himself studied theatre at Fordham University, concentrating on playwriting and directing, but says he learned everything about his role as program director while on the job.

Member News — Seven Elected to Lowenstein Sandler..
Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey 01-02-19
Lesley [P. Adamo] earned her LL.M. in Taxation from New York University School of Law and her J.D. from Fordham University School of Law. She received her B.A. in Economics and Psychology from Amherst College.

Vodis Pharma’s Vodis USA appoints Lentz as director
Stockwatch 01-02-19
Mr. [David] Otto is the founding managing partner of Martin Davis PLLC. He received his BA from Harvard University and his JD from Fordham University School of Law.

Former Teacher’s Triumph Over Adversity Inspires Albertus Magnus Students
Catholic New York 01-02-19
“My doctor said, ‘Billy, you’ve pushed your body as far as a man could push it.’ It was a crushing blow because the very thing that brought me back to life was now taken from me,” said [Billy] Keenan, who served as the commander of a U.S. Army company mission to assist the poor in Honduras after he graduated from Fordham University.

COLORADO BACKCOUNTRY HUNTERS & ANGLERS APPOINT DENVER METRO AREA LEADERS
Backcountry Hunters 01-02-19
[Drew Perez] earned a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and MBA in Corporate Finance from Fordham University.

Richard Myrus named U.S. attorney for Rhode Island
Newport Rhode Island 01-02-19
[Richard] Myrus, who has degrees from Columbia University, UC-San Diego, and a law degree from Fordham University, is a former navy helicopter pilot.

Planet Forward Advisory Council
Planet Forward 01-02-19
[Bruce] Brandfon received his B.A. with honors from the University of Virginia where he was an Echols Scholar and attended graduate business school at Fordham and Columbia.

Business Litigation Report – December 2018
JD Supra 01-02-19
[Tomislav Joksimovic] received his J.D. from Fordham University School of Law and his B.A. magna cum laude in Political Science from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Authors @ New Canaan: Author and Psychologist Kimberly Norton presents Story: The Art of Standing Out
New Canaan’s Hamlet Hub 01-02-19
[Kimberly Norton] received a BA in Psychology with Honors at Connecticut College, and her PhD in Clinical Psychology with High Honors at Fordham University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences where she was a teaching fellow and Presidential Scholar.

Who Is Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Wife? Vanessa Nadal Has An Impressive Background
Elite Daily 01-02-19
[Vanessa Nadal] originally earned her bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from MIT, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and spent several years as a development scientist for Johnson & Johnson, before moving on to get a law degree from Fordham University School of Law.

The top Democrats set to make Trump’s life miserable in 2019
The Guardian 01-01-19
[Jerrold] Nadler’s political career began in 1977 as a New York assemblyman while he was still attending Fordham Law School.

The new Municipality, the vice prefect Alfonso Sadutto, appointed prefectural commissioner, is leaving
La Provincia 12-31-18
After having specialized in Legal Professions, in New York [Alfonso Sadutto] did an internship at Fordham University.

Shelton’s Tickey leaves DeLauro for Bysiewicz’s staff
The Register Citizen 12-31-18
[Jimmy Tickey] took that experience to Fordham University where he graduated with a degree in business management.

Form 10-Q/A 12 Retech Corp For: Jun 30
Street Insider 12-30-18
Mr. [Dominic] D’Alleva received a Bachelor of Arts degree Summa Cum Laude from Fordham University in 1974 and earned his Juris Doctor degree with honors from Yale University in 1977.

Betty Santangelo donated $2,500 to Emily’s List on October 5, 2018 according to recent disclosures
Relationship Science 12-30-18
Betty Santangelo »
Attorney at Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP
CAREER:
• Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP
• Complinet Ltd.
• Fordham University – School of Law

ISRAEL’S POPULATION BOOM: DISASTER OR DREAM COME TRUE?
The Jerusalem Post 01-02-19
[Ziona Greenwald] holds a J.D. from Fordham Law School and has worked as a court attorney and a magazine editor.

Pittsburgh ethos still present with Kirk Ferentz and Joe Moorhead
The Gazette 12-29-18
[Joe Moorhead] graduated from Fordham University with a degree in English.

Think Tank Elects CIT’s Alemany, KeyCorp’s Mooney to Its Board
ABL Advisor 12-28-18
[Ellen R.] Alemany received her MBA in finance from Fordham University. She previously served on the Federal Reserve’s Federal Advisory Council, and she currently serves on the boards of Fidelity National Information Services, Inc., The Center for Discovery, Operation HOPE and the Partnership for New York City.

Meet Attorney Dave Geis: Vietnam vet, attorney, and member of the community, Geis is definitely no shark.
Celebrate Hilton Head 12-28-18
Dave Geis returned from the Vietnam War and went directly into law school, graduating from Fordham Law School (JD) and NYU Law School (LLM).

Women and Justice in Southeast Asia: The Case of Thailand
The Federal Lawyer 12-28-18
Francesca [Braga] has a Law Degree and two LLMs, one in International Crime and Justice (United Nations, 2016) and the second one in International Law and Justice (Fordham University, 2018).

Fortnite Mobile Is Now Supporting Even More Smartphones
Tech News Watch 12-26-18
Although earning a degree in business from Fordham University, Nicholas [Jacob] prefers to write about new technology and breakthroughs in science.

How Mississippi State’s Joe Moorhead went from sports writer to SEC head coach
Tampa Bay 12-26-18
[Joe] Moorhead — who studied English and wrote for the school paper at Fordham —decided on writing.

Trump received ‘bone spurs’ diagnosis as a ‘favor,’ doctor’s daughters allege
Washington Post 12-27-18
[Donald] Trump received four deferments from the draft while studying at Fordham University and the University of Pennsylvania, although he’d been found fit for duty during an examination in 1966, and had been a football and baseball player at New York Military Academy.

“I Got Very Lucky”: How Young Trump Avoided Being Drafted For Vietnam War
NDTV 12-26-18
[Donald] Trump did so on June 24, 1964, indicating that he was a student at Fordham University in the Bronx.

8 years after stepping down at Sony, Joe Galante continues to make his mark on country music
Tennessean 12-26-18
Raised in Queens, [Joe] Galante went to college at Fordham University in the Bronx and then landed his first job with RCA Records’ New York office as a budget analyst.

Revolutionary GAINSWave® Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction Offered by Alpha Wave Health Centers in Connecticut
Biotech Gate 12-24-18
Dr. Vincent Jaeger graduated from Fordham University with a Bachelor of Science degree and attended Albany Medical College where he received his Medical Degree.

SSRN’s Top Papers of 2018
SSRN Blog 12-24-18
Rebecca M. Kysar (Brooklyn Law School; Fordham University School of Law)

Right to Dream graduate goalkeeper Rashid Nuhu gets chance to play in MLS after university degree
Demand News 12-24-18
Fordham University graduate Rashid Nuhu is set to be the first the Ghana trained goalkeeper to play in the American top-flight after being invited for the SuperDraft.

Cosmic Wreath and Ornaments Decorate the Universe in These Space Telescope Photos
Space 12-24-18
[Doris Elin Salazar] received a B.A. in Sociology and Communications at Fordham University in New York City.

Samsung Galaxy J2 vs. Huawei Nova 3e – Exciting Features and Specs Comparison – Digital Overload
Business Telegraph 12-23-18
In regards to academics, Adam [Thrones] earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Adam has a passion for emerging technology and writing on his blog.

‘Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus’ still rings true today
Newsllive 12-23-18
[Virginia O’Hanlon] earned a master’s degree in education from Church’s alma mater in 1911 and a doctorate in the same discipline from Fordham University.

Jack Keane: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Heavy 12-22-18
General [Jack] Keane is a New York Native, Attended Fordham University & Had Two Sons

Stephen L. Carter tells fascinating story of grandmother who helped take down mob boss
St. Louis Dispatch 12-22-18
In 1934, two years after graduating from Fordham Law School, [Eunice Carter] was recruited by the Republican Party to run for the State Assembly against a powerful incumbent.

Knicks voice Mike Breen’s dream began in basement radio station
New York Post 12-22-18
When I [Mike Breen] was a Fordham student, when I wasn’t doing the games, there was a group of us who used to go to every game — whether it was at Rose Hill or if Fordham played at St. Peter’s, we’d drive to New Jersey, if Fordham played at LaSalle, we’d drive to Philly.

Four Popular Songs To Guide You Through Stock Market Turbulence
Value Walk 12-21-18
Dr. [Mark] Tobak also has a law degree from Fordham University School of Law and was admitted to the NY State Bar.

Ailey Season Celebrates Six Decades of Inspiration
Playbill 12-21-18
“I believe it is more valuable than ever for audiences to see these stories, these bodies, these people onstage,” says Jacqueline Green, who danced her way through the Ailey/Fordham BFA program, Ailey II and spent the last seven years as an Ailey dancer.

New Administrator Appointed In Chatham Township
Patch 12-21-18
[Robert S.] Hoffmann has a Bachelor of Arts from Fordham University and an MBA in Finance from Pace University.

Bobby Garcia And A Sold-Out 20 Years: ‘Atlantis’ Success Is The Voice Of Theatergoers’
24 Pilipinas 12-21-18
“My whole life, I’m abroad a lot,” says [Bobby] Garcia, who earned a Master of Fine Arts in Directing for Theater from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, after finishing undergraduate studies at Fordham University in New York.

Interesting Facts About The Kingsbridge Armory
This Is The Bronx 12-20-18
Elisa 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.

Elizabeth Zabludoff Joins Berdon LLP To Help Spearhead Expansion Of Family Office Practice
Picante 12-20-18
Elizabeth [Zabludoff] earned her Juris Doctor degree from Fordham University School of Law and a holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Psychology from the University of Michigan.

WHO’S NEWS: Compass sees four new hires, Related gets new CFO
Real Estate Weekly 12-20-18
[Brett] Sherman has earned a Master of Business Administration from Fordham University, with a bachelor’s degree from Skidmore College

Longford author contributes to Royal Irish Society of Chemistry publication
Longford Leader 12-20-18
Peter [Duffy] graduated from University College Dublin (Engineering) and Fordham University, New York (MBA).

DPA’s Leader Shares Her Roots, Health Challenge and All-Drug Decrim Agenda
Filter 12-20-18
After clerking on the US Court of Appeals, for the Fifth Circuit, in Texas, and a teaching fellowship at Fordham Law School, [Maria McFarland Sanchez-Moreno] worked for a spell at a law firm, “representing Argentina in these lawsuits by vulture funds trying to basically collect on debts after their economic crisis.”

LA VIDA VOICES: TOMMY GOODMAN OF THE CARIBBEAN EDUCATIONAL AND BASEBALL FOUNDATION
La Vida Baseball 12-20-18
The first Latino to play professional baseball in the U.S. was Esteban Bellán, a Cuban who attended Fordham University and played for the National Association from 1871 to 1873.

Davenport Brown now VP for Institutional Advancement
Saint Michael’s College 12-20-18
[Krystyna Davenport Brown] holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Fordham, and she completed graduate work at Baruch College.

iHeartMedia Wilmington, DE, Names Steve Gonzalez SVP Sales
All Access 12-20-18
[Steve Gonzalez] began his career at WTEM-AM/WASHINGTON, DC. as an Account Executive and is a graduate of FORDHAM UNIVERSITY.

OBITUARIES

Sister Florence Dwyer, 98, Of Blauvelt, NY
In Memoriam – Sister Florence Dwyer, O.P.
Patch 01-02-19
Sister held the BA in Liberal Arts from Manhattan College, and the MS in Educational Speech from Fordham University.

Eleanor M. “Ellie” Sullivan, 85, Of Cape Vincent, NY, Budget Analyst
Eleanor M. “Ellie” Sullivan, 85, Cape Vincent
Newz Junky 01-01-19
She was a graduate of Fordham University where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in finance.

John Copertino, 90, Of Nissequogue, NY, Supreme Court Justice
John Copertino dies; former state Supreme Court justice was 90
Newsday 12-28-18
He earned a degree from the City College of New York in 1950 and enrolled at Fordham University School of Law, where he completed his first year before being drafted into the Army.

William P. Jones III, 27, Of Darien, CT, Student
Obituary: William P. Jones III, 27, of Darien
NC Advertiser 12-26-18
William was a second-year law student at Fordham University, and received his BA from McGill University, Canada.

Sister Maria Joseph Corbett, 92, Of Wheeling, WV, Teacher
Sr. Maria Joseph Corbett
WV Obits 12-26-18
Sister also studied at Wake Forest, Fordham University, the University of Hawaii, and Pepperdine at Malibu.

Sister Flora Marinelli, Of Long Island City, NY, Teacher
Sister Flora Marinelli, C.S.J.
The Tablet 12-26-18
She earned a bachelor’s degree in education from Brentwood College followed by a master’s in religious studies from Fordham University.

Fred De Feis, 92, Of Long Island, NY, Arena Players Repertory Theater Founder
Fred De Feis, influential LI theater figure, dies at 92
Newsday 12-21-18
[Fred] De Feis also received a master of fine arts degree from Fordham University in 1951.

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