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Rams in the News: November 29, 2018

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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

OLIVIA HOOKER
Olivia Hooker, first black woman to join Coast Guard, dies
San Francisco Chronicle 11-23-18
Olivia Hooker, who after surviving a race-related attack on a black section of Tulsa, Okla., in 1921 went on to become the first black woman to enlist in the Coast Guard and a distinguished psychology professor at Fordham University, died Wednesday at her home in White Plains, N.Y.

JORDAN DEVYLDER
Exposure to police violence linked to mental health symptoms
Healio 11-26-18
“Although research on fatalities by police has benefited from crowd-sourced attempts to comprehensively document these incidents, awareness of nonfatal incidents is dependent on self-reported data from civilians, which has only recently been systematically collected,” Jordan E. DeVylder, PhD, Graduate School of Social Service, Fordham University, and colleagues wrote.

TIFFANY YIP
African Americans experience a sleep gap
Star Tribune 11-23-18
According to a forthcoming paper by Tiffany Yip, a psychology professor at Fordham University, the sleep gap between white and nonwhite students begins with children as young as 2 years old — and it grows from there.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

Corporate America Engagement in Education
Latina Style Magazine 11-27-18
AT&T supports programs at Fordham University, Rutgers University, Avanzando and Proyecto Pastoral that focus on mentoring and education efforts in the Latino community.

Project TRUE | WCS Education
AVA 360 Turkish 11-21-18
Project TRUE is a partnership between WCS and Fordham University that is both a social science research study and a youth development program designed to support youth in STEM career pathways.

ADMINISTRATORS

DAVID GIBSON
O’Malley left out of group planning child abuse prevention summit
Boston Globe 11-23-18
David Gibson, director of the Center on Religion and Culture at Fordham University, said Friday he didn’t see O’Malley’s absence as a sign that the cardinal has lost his privileged position as a member of Francis’ inner circle.

SCHOOL OF LAW

Few charged despite thousands of active FBI terrorism investigations
The Washington Times 11-26-18
Only nine people have been publicly charged with crimes related to involvement with major terrorist groups this year, according to the Center on National Security at Fordham University, suggesting a major disconnect between the scope of the investigations and the criminal activity discovered.

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Emerging-market shelter in a stock-market storm, sustainable tuna farming in Baja, smallholder ag analytics, Shop for Good Sunday
Impact Alpha 11-21-18
Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business is hosting the Fordham Impact Investment Convening, Dec. 12.

FORMER FACULTY

OLIVIA HOOKER
Olivia Hooker, first black woman to join Coast Guard, dies
San Francisco Chronicle 11-23-18
Olivia Hooker, who after surviving a race-related attack on a black section of Tulsa, Okla., in 1921 went on to become the first black woman to enlist in the Coast Guard and a distinguished psychology professor at Fordham University, died Wednesday at her home in White Plains, N.Y.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

KAREN GREENBERG
The Would-Be Terrorist vs. the FBI
Kopitiam Bot 11-28-18
As Karen Greenberg, director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School, pointed out to me, “Entrapment defenses are hard, and in a terrorism case they’re even harder.”

ADAM ZUROFSKY
To B or not to B? That’s the question for companies who seek to “balance profit and purpose”
Fast Company 11-28-18
“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.

MARTIN FLAHERTY
Hundreds of employees call on Google to not be ‘complicit in oppression’ in China
100.9 Coast Country 11-28-18
“The question is: What price is worth cracking that market? Is the price going to be accepting just the incredibly egregious censorship the PRC [People’s Republic of China] puts on information?” Martin S. Flaherty, co-director of the Leitner Center of International Law and Justice at Fordham Law School, told ABC News.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
The bipartisan trustbusters who want Amazon broken up
Washington Examiner 11-26-18
However, Zephyr Teachout, a Fordham University law professor who unsuccessfully sought the Democratic nomination for New York attorney general this year, said there may well be an antitrust case.

JED SHUGERMAN
If Manafort is counting on a pardon, he shouldn’t
SF Gate 11-28-18
“If a president sold pardons for money, the president would be guilty of bribery. If a president sold nominations for money, he would be guilty of bribery,” wrote Fordham law professor Jed Shugerman in March.

JED SHUGERMAN
Multiple Legal Scholars Just Escalated the Challenge of Matthew Whitaker’s Appointment
Law & Crime 11-26-18
The amici curiae have been named as University of California, Berkeley, School of Law Dean and Prof. Erwin Chemerinsky, UCLA School of Law Prof. Jon D. Michaels, George Washington University Law School Associate Dean for Public Interest and Public Service Law Alan B. Morrison, Georgetown University Law Center Prof. Victoria Nourse, Ohio State University Moritz College of Law’s Chair Peter M. Shane, Fordham University School of Law Prof. Jed H. Shugerman, and Harvard Law School Prof. Laurence H. Tribe.

DEBORAH DENNO
Do Defense Lawyers Overlook Childhood Trauma?
Urban Milwaukee 11-25-18
Deborah W. Denno, a professor and founding director of the Neuroscience and Law Center at Fordham University School of Law, spoke last week at Marquette University Law School.

JOHN FEERICK
Data security, Brexit, sports and US constitution claim centre stage at Belfast legal symposium
Irish Legal News 11-26-18
The symposium will conclude with an address from Professor John Feerick Dean of Fordham Law School in New York on the very current relevant topic of the 25th Amendment to the US Constitution, on the mental incapacity of a president.

JOHN FEERICK
The Electoral-Faculty Conundrum
Politics USA 10z 11-23-18
John Feerick, a professor and former dean at Fordham Regulation Faculty who suggested the American Bar Affiliation throughout the Bayh hearings and testified earlier than the Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments, famous that even within the early 1820s the Framers’ intent was largely understood to be kaput.

YUNG CHIANG
Who said that Taiwan belongs to China? Let the international literature tell you the truth about Taiwan status!
Line Today 11-22-18
In this regard, Y. Frank Chiang, a professor at the Fordham University School of Law in New York, wrote in 2005 that “the unilateral advocacy of abolishing the alleged “unequal” (treaty) and subsequent allegations The accompanying “aggression” does not conform to the principles of international law.”

DAVID ANDELMAN
COLUMN-Commentary: Here’s what Trump needs to do at the G20
Reuters 11-28-18
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. The opinions expressed here are his own.

DAVID ANDELMAN
Paris demonstrations could put Macron’s future in jeopardy
CNN 11-25-18
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 ANDELMAN
Richard Nixon would say Donald Trump is going too far, Watergate-era White House counsel says
Global News 11-21-18
David Andelman, a one-time New York Times reporter who’s now a visiting scholar at Fordham Law School, wrote in a CNN op-ed that he once appeared on a Nixon list, and was later targeted with IRS audits.

JAMES GOODALE
Former New York Times Chief Lawyer: Rally to Support Julian Assange — Even If You Hate Him
Medium 11-21-18
Goodale is currently an adjunct professor at Fordham Law School.

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE FACULTY

LYN KENNEDY SLATER
I’m not 20 and I do not want to be so! Instagram’s cool mom
Tiriana Post 11-26-18
The grandmother in this photo is 64 and is called Lyn Slater, a professor at the Graham School of Social Service at Fordham.

JORDAN DEVYLDER
Exposure to police violence linked to mental health symptoms
Healio 11-26-18
“Although research on fatalities by police has benefited from crowd-sourced attempts to comprehensively document these incidents, awareness of nonfatal incidents is dependent on self-reported data from civilians, which has only recently been systematically collected,” Jordan E. DeVylder, PhD, Graduate School of Social Service, Fordham University, and colleagues wrote.

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

JEANNINE HILL FLETCHER
Bishop Kopacz tells court Plowshares action is rooted in Catholic teaching
Mississippi Catholic 11-28-18
The court also heard from Jeannine Hill Fletcher, professor of theology at Fordham University.

QUAMRUL HAIDER
Discoveries that can clean up carbon dioxide in the atmosphere
The Daily Star 11-28-18
Quamrul Haider is a Professor of Physics at Fordham University, New York.

CHRISTINA GREER
Mark-Viverito, Ex-Council Speaker, to Run for Public Advocate
WRAL 11-27-18
Another former City Council speaker, Christine C. Quinn, has announced that she will not run, which opens up a lane for Mark-Viverito to go after the women’s vote, said Christina M. Greer, a professor of political science at Fordham University.

DAVID HAWKINS
BUSTED: Fox & Friends provided cheat sheet of questions to Trump official before softball interview
Raw Story 11-26-18
According to David Hawkins, formerly of CBS News and CNN who now teaches journalism at Fordham University, the “Fox and Friends” approach to Trump administration interviews is an affront to journalistic standards.

DAVID HAWKINS
New Emails Prove Just How Much Fox News Is in the Tank for the Trump Administration
Esquire 11-27-18
“Every American journalist knows that to provide scripts or articles to the government for review before publication or broadcast is a cardinal sin. It’s Journalism 101,” said David Hawkins, a CBS News and CNN veteran who teaches journalism at Fordham University.

HUGH KELLY
Five Key Takeaways from The Counselors of Real Estate Annual Convention
Stamford Advocate 11-27-18
Speakers Hugh Kelly, CRE, Ph.D., special advisor, Fordham University; Todd Jones, CRE, principal, Realadvice; and Rik Willard, CEO, Agentic Group agreed that if what is produced by your profession cannot be easily coded, there’s nothing to fear from blockchain.

TIFFANY YIP
African Americans experience a sleep gap
Star Tribune 11-23-18
According to a forthcoming paper by Tiffany Yip, a psychology professor at Fordham University, the sleep gap between white and nonwhite students begins with children as young as 2 years old — and it grows from there.

BRYAN MASSINGALE
Seeking racial justice in America
The Catholic Voice 11-21-18
Father Massingale, the James and Nancy Buckman Chair in Applied Christian Ethics at Fordham University, is one of the nation’s leading Catholic social ethicists and scholars of African American theological ethics, racial justice and liberation theology

STUDENTS

With a New Fund, Evergreen Cooperatives Looks to Spread the ‘Cleveland Model’
Locavesting 11-28-18
Randy Mueller is an undergraduate student at Fordham University who is interested in localism, worker ownership, and impact investing.

ATHLETICS

Orlando Apollos move forward with their quarterbacks in place
Orlando Sentinel 11-28-18
During Tuesday night’s draft in Las Vegas, Orlando selected former SMU standout Garrett Gilbert as its No. 1 pick, then followed by taking former UM standout Stephen Morris, former UF starter Austin Appleby and Fordham standout Kevin Anderson, a Florida native.

2018 NCAA Men’s Water Polo Tournament; Play-In Matches Saturday at Princeton & Long Beach
Swimming World Magazine 11-23-18
George Washington’s Andrew Mavis tallied nine goals over last weekend’s three matches at Fordham University, but it was Atakan Destici who delivered the biggest goal of the Colonials’ season, when—with seconds remaining—he hit the game-tying shot against the Bison, pushing the match to overtime, where GW would ultimately prevail.

On the Mark: Waid leads Girard into state semifinal
The Vindicator 11-22-18
He called [Mark] Waid, who has committed to Fordham University, one of the most unselfish players he has coached.

No. 2 Kansas faces Marquette in Preseason NIT semifinals
India Gazette 11-21-18
Guard Joseph Chartouny, a graduate transfer from Fordham, scored 13 of his 16 points in the second half in Marquette’s win Saturday over Presbyterian.

College Basketball Hot Seat: Coaches in Danger After Rough Starts
Bleacher Report 11-21-18
Fordham is 4-1, which sounds nice until you look at the schedule.

ALUMNI

Gen. Keane to Discuss Global Challenges
The Signal Santa Clarita Valley 11-28-18
Gen. [Jack] Keane is also a Fordham University trustee fellow and advisor to the George C. Marshall Foundation.

New series explores the effects of the prison system
Reel Chicago 11-28-18
Bleeding Backwards is the latest undertaking by Motion/Pictures Dance Project, a Chicago-based film production collective created by Talia Koylass, a Chicago Public Schools alum and graduate of Fordham/Ailey School of Dance (BFA, ‘17).

CLAUDIA MARIN ANDRADE
Diverse Issues in Higher Education 11-28-18
[Claudia Marin] Andrade earned a bachelor’s in graphic design from Manhattanville College and a master’s in social work from Fordham University.

Pearl Oriental Oil : APPOINTMENT OF DIRECTORS AND CHANGE OF COMPOSITION OF THE COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD
Market Screener 11-28-18
Mr. Zhang [Yue Yang], aged 28, graduated from Master of Accounting of Fordham University, New York and Bachelor of Science-Accounting from University of Colorado Denver, Denver.

Invisible: The Forgotten Story of the Black Woman Lawyer Who Took Down America’s Most Powerful Mobster by Stephen L. Carter
The Sojourner’s Truth 11-28-18
Mindful of her childhood dream, [Eunice Hunton] enrolled at Fordham Law School in the fall of 1927.

Austin City Manager Announces Finalists For Two Assistant City Manager Positions
Corridor News 11-28-18
[Siobhan Reardon] holds a B.A. from SUNY Purchase, an M.A. from Fordham University, and an M.L.S. from the Palmer School of Library Science at Long Island University.

BDS – RIGHT TACTIC, WRONG TARGET
The Jerusalem Post 11-26-18
[Ziona Greenwald] holds a J.D. from Fordham Law School and has worked as a court attorney and a magazine editor.

Bishop Morlino dies; increasing vocations was one of his top priorities
Our Sunday Visitor 11-26-18
[Bishop Robert C. Morlino’s] education included a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Fordham University, a master’s degree in philosophy from the University of Notre Dame, and a master of divinity degree from the Weston School of Theology in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

BlueRock Therapeutics Appoints Min Wang, J.D., Ph.D., as Chief Legal and Administrative Officer
ABC 7 11-26-18
Dr. [Min] Wang received her Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Brown University and her J.D. from the Fordham University School of Law.

Nature conservationist Orla O’Reilly Hazra teaches Bihar students to be more sensitive towards nature
Telegraph India 11-25-18
With a PhD from Fordham University, New York, Orla [O’Reilly Hazra] told The Telegraph that she has been using Tarumitra’s programme to sensitise participants about oneness of universe and urging them to keep differences of religion and race on the backburner while working for Mother Earth.

PM’s younger daughter weds
Trinidad & Tobago Loop 11-24-18
[Dr Sonel Rowley] graduated from UWI, Cave Hill with First Class Honours and received a further scholarship to complete a PhD in Child Psychology at Fordham University, New York.

Steiner School picks new leader, will host meet-and-greet Dec. 8
Berkshire Eagle 11-23-18
[Sue] Das holds a doctorate in language, literacy and learning from Fordham University in New York, N.Y., and two master’s degrees. She also holds a certificate from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education.

“Invisible: The Forgotten Story of the Black Woman Lawyer Who Took Down America’s Most Powerful Mobster” by Stephen L. Carter
Style Magazine 11-21-18
Mindful of her childhood dream, [Eunice Hunton] enrolled at Fordham Law School in the fall of 1927.

Ideal Work-Life Balance, Cyber Preparedness & Prevention of Business Disruption
FOX 40 11-21-18
[Ms. Michael C. Redmond] is a graduate of Marymount Manhattan College, has an MBA from Fordham University, and also has a PhD.

Local Heroes 2018
Santa Barbara Independent 11-21-18
Raised in Scarsdale, New York, and educated at Fordham University, [Rosalina] Macisco danced on Broadway for 15 years before entering the Teaching Artist training program of the National Dance Institute.

Baldwinite named Nassau County Community College trustee
LI Herald 11-21-18
[Baldwinite George] Siberón earned his bachelor’s degree from Queens College, a master’s in social work from Fordham University and a master of public administration from Baruch College.

“Democracy is hardly up to someone like Trump”
RP Online 11-21-18
[Sandra] Navidi studied law at the University of Cologne, Fordham University School of Law and the Sorbonne.

OBITUARIES

Robert Morlino, 71, Of Madison, WI, Bishop
Beloved US Bishop Robert Morlino unexpectedly dies
Lifesite News 11-25-18
Upon graduation from the Jesuit Scranton Preparatory School, [Robert C. Morlino] joined the Society of Jesus and studied at Jesuit seminary for the Maryland Province and at the Jesuits’ Fordham University in New York.

Meena Alexander, 67, Of New York, NY, Poet
Meena Alexander, Poet Who Wrote of Dislocation, Dies at 67
WRAL 11-26-18
Alexander taught at Fordham University before moving to the City University of New York Graduate Center and Hunter, where she spent some 30 years.

Michael G. Galay, 71, Of Bridgewater, NJ, Firefighter
Bridgewater Veteran Volunteer Firefighter Dies Hours After Call
Patch 11-27-18
Galay graduated from Olyphant (PA) High School in 1965 and worked for 16 years with Weston, Parodi, and PennDOT, before attending Fordham University in New York City.

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