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Rams in the News: November 2, 2018

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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

Veterans On Wall Street (VOWS) Announces Eighth Annual Veteran Symposium
Toshiba 10-30-18
Veterans on Wall Street (VOWS), a consortium of more than 100 firms, including presenting sponsors HSBC, Citi and Wells Fargo & Co., today announced the eighth annual Veteran Symposium will be held on Monday, Nov. 5, 2018 at Fordham University School of Law at the Lincoln Center Campus.

Fordham University Study Analyzes Barriers Students of Color Experience in STEM Education
The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education 10-29-18
Researchers from Fordham University in New York have analyzed the many reasons why it is so difficult for colleges and universities to retain students of color in STEM fields.

LAWRENCE KRAMER
String Quartet New York to Premiere November 16th
Broadway World 10-24-18
String Quartet New York, Fordham University’s (Fordham) annual series featuring contemporary works by New York City composers, will take place Friday, November 16 at Fordham’s Lowenstein Building. The concert is curated by Lawrence Kramer (Kramer), Distinguished Professor of English and Music at Fordham.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

“Make a Difference Day” with Loukoumi in New York on October 27
Toros News 10-24-18
Bus Stop #2 – 1-3 PM at Fordham University, in the Bronx, NY: “Join us on Family Weekend, together with Fordham Kiwanis and Up ’til dawn, and make a card and donate $1 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital,” Katsoris said.

Italy-America Chamber, Luxury Marketing Council host 2nd Annual Luxury Summit
Luxury Daily 10-29-18
Several nationally renowned educational institutions including LIM, North Carolina State, New York University, Kent State, Fordham, Baruch and FIT have already signed up to take part in the program, lending their expertise and perspectives to the day’s conversations.

TDF’s Veterans Theatregoing Program Returns for Second Season
Broadway World 10-29-18
For this second season, TDF is currently partnering with the following veteran’s groups and organizations with more to follow:American Legion NYPD Post 460, Blue Star Families, Borden Avenue Veterans Residence, Bronx Vet Center, Columbia University Veterans, CUNY, Easter Seals, Fordham University Vets, Fountain House, NYMetroVets, NY Troopers Marine Corp Association, NYU Veterans, SAGEVets, Samaritan Village, Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) Chapter 72 andWounded Warrior Project.

Fordham University Study Analyzes Barriers Students of Color Experience in STEM Education
The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education 10-29-18
Researchers from Fordham University in New York have analyzed the many reasons why it is so difficult for colleges and universities to retain students of color in STEM fields.

Guest Blog by Harrison Mayor, Ron Belmont
Business Council of Westchester 10-30-18
Within fifteen miles from the center of town, there are several colleges and universities including Fordham University, Manhattanville College, SUNY Purchase, SUNY Westchester Community College and Iona College.

Fordham University Offers Symposium With Leading Beckett Scholars
Broadway World 10-31-18
In addition, on Tuesday, November 6 starting at 1:15 pm, Fordham University presents a free symposium on Waiting for Godot, featuring Garry Hynes and members of the cast as well as leading Beckett scholars.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS

Following in the Footsteps of Genius on the Brooklyn Bridge
PDN Photo of the Day 10-25-18
The book, published by Empire State Editions/Fordham University Press, begins with Mensch’s personal experience of living alongside the Brooklyn Bridge for more than 30 years.

CARIBBEAT: Unpublished documents from Malcolm X’s autobiography on display at the Manhattan’s Schomburg Center
Daily News 10-28-18
The lasting legacy of Nevis-born Bertram Baker — the first black person to hold public office in Brooklyn — is on the agenda of an event on Tuesday celebrating the new book “Boss of Black Brooklyn: The Life and Times of Bertram L. Baker” (on Fordham University Press) by journalist/educator Ron Howell, Baker’s grandson.

What to read this week: New books by Gary Giddins, Hiro Arikawa and Ron Howell
Newsday 10-30-18
BOSS OF BLACK BROOKLYN: The Life and Times of Bertram L. Baker, by Ron Howell. Born on the Caribbean island of Nevis, Betram Baker came to the U.S. at 17 and was the first black politician elected to the New York Assembly, representing Brookln’s Bed-Stuy. The author is his grandson, a veteran journalist at Newsday and other publications. (Fordham University Press, $29.95)

ADMINISTRATORS

DAVID GIBSON
Journalists are invited to attend The Clergy Sex Abuse Crisis: How Did We Get Here? on Sunday, Nov. 11 in Baltimore
Religion News 10-31-18
David Gibson, longtime journalist and Director of the Center for Religion and Culture at Fordham University, will moderate the panel.

SCHOOL OF LAW

Larry Krasner’s Campaign to End Mass Incarceration
Kopitiam Bot 10-25-18
An hour later, Krasner arrived at the Fordham University School of Law, on West Sixty-second Street in Manhattan.

The Pro Bono Policies Worth Adopting In Every State
Law360 10-28-18
So, in collaboration with the Standing Committee and in consultation with the National Center for Access to Justice at Fordham University School of Law (the creators of The Justice Index), I embarked on a journey to examine the best statewide practices to further expand pro bono resources throughout the country.

How to encourage bilingualism at home
French Morning 10-29-18
These questions will be at the center of a round table sponsored by the French Lyceum of New York as part of the French Morning Bilingual Education Fair on Saturday, November 3 at (11 am- midi) at Fordham University Law School.

Veterans On Wall Street (VOWS) Announces Eighth Annual Veteran Symposium
Toshiba 10-30-18
Veterans on Wall Street (VOWS), a consortium of more than 100 firms, including presenting sponsors HSBC, Citi and Wells Fargo & Co., today announced the eighth annual Veteran Symposium will be held on Monday, Nov. 5, 2018 at Fordham University School of Law at the Lincoln Center Campus.

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

The amazing resources of the bilingual brain
French Morning 10-25-18
The Bilingual Education Fair will be held from 10am to 4pm on November 3rd at Fordham University (Lincoln Center).

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE

SHERRY SATURNO
Gramatan Village Announces Sherry Saturno New Executive Director
Patch 10-24-18
Additionally, she is a Field Instructor for Fordham University’s School of Social [Service] and Pace University’s Dyson College of Arts and Sciences in Mental Health Counseling.

FORMER SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

JUDY MCNATT
Bronxville 55th Reunion: Catching Up with Old Friends
My Hometown Bronxville 10-24-18
Judy McNatt retired from Fordham Law School but now works at Sarah Lawrence.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

MATT GOLD
No waivers allowed for US businesses in latest round of Chinese tariffs
The World News 10-25-18
“Your objective is to cause as much pain to you adversary as possible and as little to your own economy as possible,” said Matt Gold, a professor at Fordham University Law School and former top trade official under President Obama.

MATT GOLD
America’s global trade war finally arrives at the WTO as members dispute US tariffs
MSN 10-29-18
“The Trump administration has significantly increased their workload,” said Matt Gold, a law professor at Fordham University and a top trade official under President Obama. “The United States has brought the whole system to a halt.”

PATRICK A. BRADFORD
Patrick A. Bradford And Craig Bolton Join The Manhattan Office Of Pierce Bainbridge
Cross Roads Today 10-24-18
In addition to his law practice, Patrick currently teaches Antitrust Law as an Adjunct Professor at Fordham Law School.

SEAN GRIFFITH
Goldman Settlement of Investor’s Board-Pay Claims Rejected
Big Law Business 10-24-18
After Fordham University law professor Sean Griffith objected to the settlement, Glasscock’s analysis found Stein had “potentially-meritorious monetary causes of action’’ that were being extinguished without proper benefits in exchange.

DAVID A. ANDELMAN
China may wait it out rather than deal with Trump
CNN 10-26-18
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.

DAVID A. ANDELMAN
As Merkelism fades and Brazil moves right, Trumpism is thriving
CNN 10-29-18
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.

JOHN PFAFF
AP FACT CHECK: Walker, Evers Make Misleading Debate Claims
ATT.net 10-27-18
“It’s mathematically impossible to cut it in half without releasing people who were convicted of violent crimes,” John Pfaff, a criminal law professor at Fordham University, who reviewed Wisconsin’s prison admissions and population earlier this year when The Associated Press fact checked this claim.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
When are Halloween costumes racial or cultural appropriation?
Yahoo 10-29-18
Susan Scafidi, founder and director of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham University’s School of Law, joined CBSN AM to discuss the history of blackface and how trick-or-treaters should go about picking costumes.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
Cultural appropriation turns Halloween into a nightmare
The Hill 10-30-18
Fordham University law professor Susan Scafidi has defined the term as encompassing the “unauthorized use of another culture’s dance, dress, music, language, folklore, cuisine, traditional medicine, religious symbols” and more.

HOWARD ERICHSON
Google it: Supreme Court tackles class action settlement that left nothing for millions of online customers
Lansing State Journal 10-29-18
“The Supreme Court has the opportunity to encourage or discourage the use of this kind of remedy,” says Howard Erichson, a professor at Fordham University School of Law and an expert on class actions and legal ethics.

KAREN GREENBERG
Attacks renew debate: Should US have domestic terrorism law?
The Daily Times 10-30-18
“You want to be really careful given the current political context about who would be put on that list because you don’t want them put on there for purely punitive reasons,” said Karen Greenberg, director of Fordham University law school’s Center on National Security.

JOHN PFAFF
How 2018 voters could change America’s criminal justice system
Vox 10-30-18
Analyzing data from state judiciaries, John Pfaff, a criminal justice expert at Fordham University, compared the number of crimes, arrests, and prosecutions from 1994 to 2008.

CARL FELSENFELD
Can Booming Legal AI Finally Destroy Legalese?
Hackernoon 10-30-18
Professor Carl FelsenFeld, at Fordham University Law School, points to words such as ‘witnesseth’, ‘herein’, and ‘duly’ which are commonly used despite the fact they “add no meaning”.

JED SHUGERMAN
Can Trump end birthright citizenship? I asked 11 legal experts.
Vox 10-30-18
Jed Shugerman, law professor, Fordham University
This is not how constitutional law works. You can’t amend the 14th Amendment by an executive order.

JED SHUGERMAN
Surefire Intelligence asked Vermont Law School professor to smear Mueller
VT Digger 10-31-18
Taub had a funny feeling about the email from Frick on Oct. 22, and took screenshots of it, and sent it to two friends – Jed Shugerman, a professor at Fordham University, and Mimi Rocah, a professor at PACE University, both of whom comment on legal affairs for MSNBC.

JED SHUGERMAN
Honoring Reconstruction’s legacy: Checking legislative power
Facing South 10-31-18
In his book “The People’s Courts,” Fordham Law professor Jed Shugerman notes that the drafters of state constitutions believed elected judges would be more likely to enforce the new limits against legislative excess.

DEBORAH DENNO
Self-Taught Execution Expert Is Worried the Electric Chair He Built Will Malfunction
Time 10-31-18
Tennessee’s chair, which hasn’t been used since 2007, is just one of many execution devices Leuchter worked on between 1979 and 1990, according to an article by Fordham University professor Deborah Denno in the William and Mary Law Review.

FORMER ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

BRICE MOUSSET
Christine Dakin Performs a Brice Mousset Choreography WORK at NY Live Arts
Broadway World 10-29-18
He has choreographed for Broadway Bares, Broadway Cares/Equity Fight AIDS, and taught and made dances for some of the most prestigious American dance institutions such as SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance, Point Park University, Alvin Ailey BFA Fordham program, Broadway Dance Center, Peridance Capezio Center, Joffrey Ballet School, STEPS on Broadway.

DIETRICH VON HILDEBRAND
Beauty matters, and the world needs to know it
The B.C. Catholic 10-29-18
Fleeing Nazi persecution, Hildebrand ended up living for the last decades of his life in New York teaching philosophy at Fordham University.

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

JESSICA BALDWIN-PHILIPPI
Building a Speed Bump for Tech Companies’ Maniacal Data Race | Best of ECT News
WorldProNews 10-25-18
“Facebook and other technology firms are thus far proposing to fix the problem via self-regulation only — by setting up rules that they themselves would promise to follow, rather than being held accountable by some sort of legislative authority that would involve users having some sort of legal recourse,” said Jessica Baldwin-Philippi, assistant professor of communications and media studies at Fordham University.

KERI WALSH
Film Fellow Keri Walsh *09 Illuminates the Legacy of Women Method Actors
Princeton Alumni Weekly 10-24-18
“Most people think of method acting as associated with males because of Marlon Brando,” explained Walsh, an associate professor of English at Fordham University.

GEORGE DEMACOPOULOS
Moscow move threatens to split Orthodoxy
Our Sunday Visitor 10-24-18
“The Russians will say none of them do, and the Ukrainian nationalists and supporters of Constantinople will say most of them do. I think the honest answer is we don’t know,” said George Demacopoulos, the co-director of the of Orthodox Christian Studies Center at Fordham University.

LAWRENCE KRAMER
String Quartet New York to Premiere November 16th
Broadway World 10-24-18
String Quartet New York, Fordham University’s (Fordham) annual series featuring contemporary works by New York City composers, will take place Friday, November 16 at Fordham’s Lowenstein Building. The concert is curated by Lawrence Kramer (Kramer), Distinguished Professor of English and Music at Fordham.

QUAMRUL HAIDER
Global warming is impacting how Earth spins on its axis
The Daily Star 10-25-18
Quamrul Haider is a Professor of Physics at Fordham University, New York.

CHRISTINA GREER
Support our teachers and our children
Amsterdam News 10-25-18
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
Courting Black Voters in a Race to Be New York’s First Black Attorney General
Deep Find 10-26-18
Christina M. Greer, a professor of political science at Fordham University, stated Ms. James was signaling to black voters that Mr. Wofford’s “occasion label supersedes his racial identification.”

CHRISTINA GREER
FAQ NYC, the New Yorkest Podcast, Moves to the NYU McSilver Institute
McSilver Institute 11-1-18
Christina M. Greer, Ph.D. is a political scientist and media commentator. She is an associate professor of political science at Fordham University and the 2018 McSilver Fellow-in-Residence.

ARISTOTLE PAPANIKOLAOU
‘Tensions’ caused by the Orthodox Christianity split are felt from Moscow to McKees Rocks
Post Gazette 10-28-18
Aristotle Papanikolaou of Fordham University agreed that the comparison with 1054 is overplayed.

ALLEN GILBERT
‘Digging the Bronx’ book offers archeological survey
Bronx Times 10-29-18
A new book called ‘Digging The Bronx: Recent Archeology in the Borough,’ published by the Bronx County Historical Society and edited by Fordham University professor Allan Gilbert offers a survey of writings about archeology in general and recent archeological work in the borough.

THOMAS DANIELS
Winter ticks? Yeah, that’s a thing
Lohud 10-26-18
Daniels, a biologist and researcher at Fordham University’s Louis Calder Center in Armonk, knows a thing or two about ticks. He spends the spring, summer and fall dragging carpet through the woods to see how many ticks he can count.

BRYAN MASSINGALE
Anti-Racism Conference Phase III On Nov 2nd
Bernews 10-29-18
“This final phase will feature an Anti-Racism conference with international experts on the subject. They are Dr. Edwin Olson, Diversity Consultant and Collegiate professor of the University of Maryland and Fr. Bryan Massingale, STD, international speaker on racial justice and senior professor of Theological and Social Ethics at Fordham University.

BRYAN MASSINGALE
A Vatican opening on sexuality worries conservatives — and cheers reformers
Religion News 10-30-18
“The fact is that there are many voices on issues of sexuality present in the magisterium (official church teaching) and among the bishops themselves,” the Rev. Bryan Massingale, a theologian at Fordham University in New York, wrote in an email.

SHOSHANA WINTER
Online Real Estate Investment Platform iintoo Hires Shoshana Winter as Managing Director to Lead US Marketing for New Principal-Protection Product
New York Latino News 10-30-18
Winter is also an adjunct professor at Fordham University in the Department of Communications & Media Studies.

SERTAN KABADAYI
Value creating conference
The Pioneer 10-30-18
Conference co-chairs: Gautam Mahajan, president of Customer Value Foundation, and the Editor of the Journal of Creating Value Dr Sertan Kabadayi, professor of marketing, Gabelli School of Business- Fordham University.

AMIR IDRIS
Opinion: Why South Sudan’s peace agreement is unsustainable
Radio Tamazuj 10-30-18
The author is a professor and chair of Department of African and African American Studies at Fordham University (Lincoln Center Campus), New York.

FATHER JOSEPH W. KOTERSKI
Astoria Lecture Series Teaches Spiritual Tools of St. Ignatius
The Tablet 10-31-18
This fall, Immaculate Conception parish, Astoria, hosted a lecture series featuring Fordham University professor Father Joseph W. Koterski, S.J., as the guest speaker.

LEONARD CASSUTO
Finally, a Model for Disciplines to Track Ph.D. Career Outcomes
Chronicle 10-31-18
Leonard Cassuto, a professor of English at Fordham University, writes regularly about graduate education in this space.

ROBERT J. HUME
Trump would cause ‘chaos’ with birthright citizenship executive order, expert says
am New York 10-31-18
While the president can’t simply change the Constitution with the stroke of a pen, Fordham University Professor Robert J. Hume said Trump administration lawyers could get what they want by arguing for a different interpretation of the amendment’s language.

STUDENTS

Filmmakers, Community Leaders, D.C. Interns Honored During Annual ANCA-ER Gala
Armenian Life 10-25-18
Mardoian then introduced Victoria Messikian, who spoke on behalf of the 2018 Leo Sarkisian summer interns: Boston University junior Antranig Kechejian, Fordham University junior Victoria Messikian, and Indiana University senior Adrienne Tazian-Schwartz.

Adversity has only made faith stronger
The Royal Gazette 10-27-18
“In May of 2016 I graduated with honours, at the top of my class, and received a couple of wonderful awards that I wasn’t expecting — one for leadership and the other for writing and rhetoric. I’m currently about three-quarters of the way through my master’s in mental health counselling at Fordham University.”

Why Are There So Many Pigeons?
Live Science 10-27-18
From there, humanity’s appreciation for the animals only grew: Although pigeons were initially domesticated as a food source, “as other poultry became more popular, pigeons fell out of favor for eating and people began breeding them as a hobby,” said Elizabeth Carlen, a doctoral student at Fordham University in New York City who studies the evolution of urban pigeons.

Microsoft : Data Science Summer School students take a fresh look at the world’s largest rapid transit system
Market Screener 10-29-18
Sasha Paulovich, a senior at Fordham University, presented the final set of results, considering how changes to the subway system affect riders and how subway experiences differ across demographic groups.

Alumni Tout Benefits of Global Development and Social Justice Master’s Program
St. Johns 10-29-18
Said Cara McMahon ’10G, a Ph.D. student at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education: “I was changed as a human being, in spirit and heart, because of my time in the Global Development and Social Justice program. I met lifelong friends who work all over the world, seeking to make it a better place. They inspired me then, and they continue to inspire me.”

Queens needs a democratic Democratic Party
Gotham Gazette 10-31-18
I first moved to New York City to attend law school at Fordham after spending seven years in Washington, D.C.

School: Week of Nov. 7
The Almanac 10-31-18
Fourteen students were named AP Scholars for receiving scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams. They are 2018 graduates Andrew Davis (Penn State University), Grace Evans (Alfred University), Elizabeth Hartnett (Fordham University), Garrett Hoffman (Duquesne University), Veronica Johns (Seton Hill University), Sarah Lange (Lumerit), Justin Lesnak (University of Pittsburgh), Blake Melchert (Washington and Jefferson College), William Miller (Duquesne University), Erin Sullivan (Penn State University), Eric Wenger (Penn State University), Joseph Wright (University of Pittsburgh) and seniors Regan Gray and Jillian Sullivan.

ATHLETICS

Women’s tennis ends fall season with success
The Setonian 10-24-18
The Seton Hall women’s tennis team wrapped up its fall season this past weekend at the Harvard Fall Scramble. The three-day weekend tournament featured competitors Fordham University, the University of Rhode Island, host Harvard University and Seton Hall.

How Tim Mara went from paper boy to bookmaker to becoming the patriarch of football’s first family in new book on NFL’s beginnings
Daily News 10-27-18
After graduating, Brickley coached at Johns Hopkins, Boston College, and Fordham while occasionally playing semipro ball.

Stan Honey, Inventor of the 1st & 10 Yellow Line First Down Marker
IP Watchdog 10-31-18
That same year also saw the first television broadcast of a football game, another collegiate matchup between Fordham University and Waynesburg College.

Sports Round-Up Nov. 3
The Tablet 10-30-18
Fresh off the announcement that he will be getting inducted into the Fordham University, the Bronx, Hall of Fame in the spring, the school’s longtime cross-country/track and field coach Tom Dewey was inducted Nov. 3 into the St. Augustine H.S., Park Slope, Lancer Hall of Fame.

ALUMNI

Last Chance to Purchase 2019 Value Conference Tickets at Early Bird Price
Guru Focus 10-29-18
[Mario] Gabelli graduated summa cum laude from Fordham University’s College of Business Administration in 1965. Morningstar Inc.’s (NASDAQ:MORN) 1997 Portfolio Manager of the Year also holds an MBA from Columbia University Graduate School of Business and honorary doctorates from Fordham University and Roger Williams University.

BGC Announces Changes and Additions to its Finance Team
Castle Cove Investments 10-25-18
[Sean P.] Galvin earned a Master of Science in Taxation from Fordham University as well as a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Information Systems with a minor in Economics from Queens College, CUNY.

Stephen J. Lynch, Justice of the New York Supreme Court, 10th District
Newsday 10-24-18
[Stephen J. Lynch] earned a bachelor’s degree from Fordham University in 1973 and a law degree from St. John’s University School of Law in 1978.

Form 6-K Ossen Innovation Co. For: Oct 24
Street Insider 10-24-18
Dr. [Liang] Tang received a bachelors degree from Shanghai University, a Masters degree in International Finance from Peking University and an MBA from Fordham University.

10/24/18 – It’s Smith versus Smith in 9th Congressional District
Pharmacy Choice 10-24-18
[Adam Smith] attended the University of Washington Law School, and earned [his]undergraduate degree from Fordham University.

Did You Hear? JLL Promotes Alexander to Key New Jersey Post
CoStar 10-24-18
[Andrea] Alexander, who mentors junior members of JLL’s PDS group, earned her MBA at Fordham University in New York City and a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering at the Rutgers College of Engineering in New Jersey.

Omni Management Expands its Team with the Addition of Alison Miller
ABC-7 10-24-18
[Alison Miller] obtained her J.D. with honors from Fordham University School of Law.

MARISA MARTIN: PROFESSIONAL DANCER & YOGA TEACHER
The Native Society 10-25-18
With a BFA in Dance from Fordham University/ The Alvin Ailey School, Marisa [Martin’s] career as a contemporary dancer has afforded her the opportunity to work with a wide variety of companies, choreographers, and shows.

SolomonEdwards Appoints Stephen O’Brien as Houston Director
Next Generation Communications 10-25-18
[Stephen O’Brien] received his Master of Accountancy from Rider University and a BA degree in History from Fordham University.

One on one with Congressman Adam Smith
Northwest Asian Weekly 10-25-18
[Adam] Smith attended Western Washington University and Fordham University for his undergrad. He earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Washington in 1990.

Rep. Suozzi, DeBono face off in 3rd Congressional District race
Newsday 10-25-18
Education: Bachelor’s degree, Boston College; law degree, Fordham Law School. [Thomas Suozzi] also is a certified public accountant.

My early days as a priest
The Catholic Commentator 10-26-18
[Father John Catoir] was born in Manhattan, raised in St. Joan of Arc Parish, Jackson Heights, Queens, and [he]graduated from Fordham University in 1953.

Editorial: A rundown on the basics of the Ramsey County board election
Twin Cities 10-26-18
[Raphael] Ortega, a New York City native, graduated from Fordham University before coming to Minnesota and completing his master’s degree in social work from the University of Minnesota in 1981.

Houlihan comes out a winner in new generation game real estate weekly gas monkey bar and grill
Gas & Electricity 10-26-18
[Houlihan] then returned to New York to attend law school at Fordham University.

Incumbent deserves shot to revive Broward Soil and Water District, activists best choices in Palm Beach
Sun Sentinel 10-26-18
[Richard DiNapoli] holds a law degree from Fordham University in New York.

Meet The Women Leading The Blockchain Revolution: “Be feminine, don’t adopt a male persona” With Nicole Jolie
Authority Magazine 10-26-18
[Nicole Jolie] left California at 17 and venturing off to NYC with $50, becoming a Series 7 licensed broker, and getting [her]first job with the now defunct DLJ and getting into Fordham University without a GED.

Midterm election 2018: Hillsborough County Treasurer race pits Bryk against Fredette
Manchester Ink Link 10-26-18
[William Bryk] earned a B.Sc. in economics at Manhattan College and a J.D. at Fordham University School of Law, 1989.

HOLLAND & KNIGHT: Cyber and IP Lawyer Mark Francis Joins Holland & Knight in New York
Legal News Line 10-28-18
[Mark] Francis received a J.D./MBA degree from Fordham University and a B.S. degree in computer and information science from City University of New York.

SC2 Corp Announces Major Contract Win and Key Senior Hires
Crossroads Today 10-29-18
[Mark Campbell] has a BA from Fordham and an MBA from Pepperdine University.

Meet Sierra Leone’s new Ambassador to USA and High Commissioner to Canada
The Patriotic Vanguard 10-29-18
[Hon. Sidique Abou-Bakarr] Wai holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Pre-Law from Fordham University at Lincoln Center in New York City.

Calvary Event Attracts Key Members of New York Medical Community
Central Texas News Now 10-29-18
Mary Beth Quaranta Morrissey, Ph.D., MPH, JD, President, Board and Chair, Advisory Board, Collaborative for Palliative Care; Fellow, Global Healthcare Innovation Management Center, Fordham University Gabelli School of Business

Siegfried Welcomes New Professionals
Hospitality 21 10-29-19
Rob Harding joins the New York Metro Market as a Senior Associate. He quickly adapts to any situation and works hard until the task at hand is completed. He attended Fordham University, where he earned his Master of Science and his Bachelor of Science in accounting.

Habit Taps QSR Vet for Brand Post
Orange County Business Journal 10-29-18
[Iwona Alter’s] education includes two years at a college in Warsaw, a bachelor’s from Baruch College in New York, and an MBA from Fordham University.

Silvia (Xueyao) Chen, MS is recognized by Continental Who’s Who
One News Page 10-30-18
Throughout the course of her education and training, [Silvia (Xueyao)]Chen graduated from Fordham University-Gabelli School of Business where she earned her Master of Science degree in Global Finance.

FORGING A ROBUST ECONOMY
The Business Year 10-30-18
[Augusto R. Arosemena M.] holds a degree in Law and Political Science from Santa Maria La Antigua University and a LLM in Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law from Fordham University, New York.

Kay, Koppel To Be Honored With Annual WFUV Scully Awards
NY Sports Day 10-30-18
Michael Kay, the Emmy Award-winning New York Yankees play-by-play announcer on YES Network and drive time host of The Michael Kay Show on ESPN NY 98.7 FM Radio, will become the first Fordham University alumnus to receive the Vin Scully Award for Excellence in Sports Broadcasting from WFUV Radio (90.7 FM/wfuv.org), the noncommercial, member-supported public media service of Fordham University for more than 70 years.

Law firm Akin Gump opens in Hartford
Hartford Business 10-30-18
[Christopher E.] Lawrence is a Fordham University School of Law grad.

How to Survive Final Exams
Dance Spirit 10-30-18
“Sleep is important to focus in class and prevent injury,” says Amarachi Valentina Korie, who graduated from the Ailey/Fordham BFA Program this year and is currently in Ailey II.

Voters Guide: Basile, Skoufis candidates for State Senate 39th District
Poughkeepsie Journal 10-30-18
[Tom Basile] Education: B.A., Hofstra University; J.D., Fordham University

Marie Sunderland: Nearly a Century of Ongoing Service
Zip06 10-31-18
[Marie Sunderland’s] first degree was in sociology, but she later went to Fordham University to earn a degree in social work, which she practiced during World War II in New York through Catholic charities.

Et Tu, John Jay?
Above The Law 10-31-18
My former student, Abdoulaye Diallo, came to the U.S. from Guinea, taught himself English while working as a bicycle messenger, and 13 years ago landed in my freshman honors class. In June he graduated from Fordham Law School.

Announcing New Non-Fiction: Building ITGRC Ecosystems into the Enterprise: Practical Approaches, Concepts, and Automation Techniques in IT Risk Management by Geno Pandolfi and Published by Outskirts Press
Email Wire 10-31-18
[Geno Pandolfi] was one of the first “C” level Chief Continuity Officers designated in the banking industry and holds an MBA in Management Science from Fordham University and a BBA in Computer Science from Pace University.

OBITUARIES

Thomas P. Leonard, 90, Of New York, NY, Priest
Monsignor Thomas P. Leonard, 90, Priest With Feet on the Ground, Dies
WRAL 10-25-18
After attending Regis High School in Manhattan, he enrolled in Fordham University.

Lorraine R. Nodelman, 77, Of West Hartford, CT, Registered Nurse
Lorraine R. Nodelman
Hartford Courant 10-26-18
After working as a registered nurse for several years, she obtained a Master’s Degree in Counseling from St. Joseph College in West Hartford and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Fordham University in New York.

Thomas Keating, 95, Of Spencer, Massachusetts, Abbot
Thomas Keating, pioneer in centering prayer, interfaith dialogue, dies at 95
He transferred to Jesuit Fordham University in New York City, where he graduated from an accelerated curriculum in December 1943.

Peter G. McGonagle, 55, Of Southport, CT, Owner of Macton Corporation
Obituary: Peter G. McGonagle, 55, of Southport
Patch 10-26-18
Peter was a graduate of Colgate University and Fordham Law School.

Robert A. Kaiser, 74, Of Cincinnati, OH, Newspaper Editor
Robert A. ‘Mike’ Kaiser, 74, newspaper editor who started at Buffalo News
The Buffalo News 10-31-18
Born in Buffalo, he was a 1962 graduate of Williamsville High School and earned a bachelor’s degree from Fordham University in 1966.

John E. DeFeo, 59, Of Orange, CT
Obituary: John E. DeFeo, 59, Orange Native, Beloved Husband, Father, Son, Brother
Orange Live 10-31-18
John also had a lifelong passion for politics. He studied political science in undergrad at Fordham University, attending national conventions, and was later involved in local politics at various times in his life.

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