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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

JOSEPH M. MCSHANE, S.J.
Catholic college administrators condemn ‘heartless’ new international students restrictions
America Magazine 07-09-20
In an email to students, Joseph M. McShane, S.J., the president of Fordham University, said the institution stood alongside others, including the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities, in opposing the measure.

MARK CONRAD
N.F.L. Players Say #WeWantToPlay but Question Training Camp Safety
The New York Times 07-20-20
“The only realistic leverage the players have is their star power, because on the legal side there’s not much they can do,” said Mark Conrad, who teaches sports law at the Gabelli School School of Business at Fordham University in Manhattan.

TIFFANY YIP
White parents: Talking to your children about racism is part of the solution
The Hill 07-11-20
Tiffany Yip is chair, professor of Psychology and the director of the Youth Development in Diverse Contexts Lab at Fordham University.

These Scientists Raced to Find a Covid-19 Drug. Then the Virus Found Them.
The New York Times 07-09-20
Ms. [Stephanie] Giordano, a research and development associate with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Fordham University, had just transferred to Regeneron’s viral infectious disease group in January when the researchers noticed a report about a new virus in Wuhan on an international alert system known as ProMED.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

Newly Updated Virtual Mental Health Training Equips College Students to Support Peers in Distress
Cision 07-16-20
During this time, numerous studies have shown the effectiveness of this simulation to increase conversations and help-seeking behaviors in students, including a recent randomized control trial conducted by Fordham University published in the Journal of the American Association of Suicidology.

CM’s Top 10 Colleges for Dance 2020
College Magazine 07-01-20
Branching off from the Ailey School in an innovative partnership, Fordham University extends to two campuses.

ADMINISTRATORS

JOSEPH M. MCSHANE, S.J.
Catholic college administrators condemn ‘heartless’ new international students restrictions
America Magazine 07-09-20
In an email to students, Joseph M. McShane, S.J., the president of Fordham University, said the institution stood alongside others, including the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities, in opposing the measure.

EDWARD KULL
Fordham cancels games vs. Stony Brook, Bryant, Hawaii
New York Post 07-07-20
“I’m disappointed for our student-athletes, coaches, staff, and fans that we had to cancel the first three games of the season, but the health and well-being of our student-athletes is our number one priority,” Fordham interim athletic director Ed Kull said in a statement.

SCHOOL OF LAW

Fordham to offer a new, online program in July
National Jurist 07-14-20
Fordham University School of Law will be offering a new, online course in July that addresses privacy and technology Law.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

KAREN GREENBERG
The Expansion of DHS in Quelling Protest
KPFA 06-22-20
Karen J. Greenberg is director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School.

JAYNE SCHREIBER
Employment leaders follow the hiring trends, and prepare their students
National Jurist 07-20-20
Jayne Schreiber, Assistant Dean of Career Planning at Fordham University School of Law in New York, also follows the latest employment trends.

OLIVIER SYLVAIN
Everything You Need to Know About Section 230
Law Fare 07-17-20
Olivier Sylvain, professor of law at Fordham University School of Law and a critic of broad applications of Section 230, considered the attempt of the Trump executive order to draw the Federal Communications Commission into the Section 230 debate—which all panelists agreed was a political distraction at worst and a misguided distraction from real internet and telecom issues at best.

JENNIFER GORDON
Trump’s Guest Worker Ban Sparks New Focus on Immigrant Push for Labor Overhaul
Truthout 07-15-20
Fordham Law Professor Jennifer Gordon describes such an arrangement as “a sort of transnational union.”

COREY BRETTSCHNEIDER
The Traditional Interpretation of the Pardon Power Is Wrong
The Atlantic 07-13-20
COREY BRETTSCHNEIDER is a professor of political science at Brown University and a visiting law professor at Fordham Law School.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
What’s Behind Neil Gorsuch’s Stunning Win for Indigenous People
Slate 07-13-20
One of the cases discussed by the panelists—Berkeley Law dean Erwin Chemerinsky, Fordham University Law School professor Zephyr Teachout, and Slate writer Mark Joseph Stern—was McGirt v. Oklahoma, the landmark decision about tribal lands in Oklahoma that hasn’t gotten a lot of attention.

KIMANI PAUL-EMILE
How should hospitals respond to bias from patients? Experts offer a playbook
STAT 07-13-20
“What I was seeing at some institutions was them saying, ‘Look it’s just too complicated — we’re gonna have a zero-tolerance approach we’re just not going to accommodate,’” said Kimani Paul-Emile, a law professor at Fordham University School of Law and lead author of the paper.

LAWRENCE BRENNAN
21 injured in fire aboard ship at Naval Base San Diego
Associated Press 07-12-20
Because of its age, a fire could be particularly destructive, especially if it reached the engine room and other tight spaces with machinery, said Lawrence B. Brennan, a professor of admiralty and international maritime law at Fordham University in New York.

LAWRENCE BRENNAN
Admiral: Bonhomme Richard fire believed to have started in the ‘Deep V’ cargo hold
Navy Times 07-12-20
While what caused the fire and when it will be extinguished remained unclear Sunday night, the inferno aboard the 23-year-old ship risks becoming a so-called “constructive total loss” if the fire is allowed to burn itself out, according to Lawrence Brennan, a retired Navy captain who now teaches admiralty law at Fordham University’s School of Law.

LAWRENCE BRENNAN
17 sailors injured in fire on board USS Bonhomee Richard at Naval Base San Diego
CBS News 07-13-20
Lawrence B. Brennan, a professor of admiralty and international maritime law at Fordham University in New York, told the AP that the fire could be particularly destructive if it reached the engine room and other tight spaces.

LAWRENCE BRENNAN
57 Injured in Explosion Aboard Navy Ship U.S.S. Bonhomme Richard in San Diego
TIME 07-13-20
Because of its age, a fire could be particularly destructive, especially if it reached the engine room and other tight spaces with machinery, said Lawrence B. Brennan, a professor of admiralty and international maritime law at Fordham University in New York.

LAWRENCE BRENNAN
Fire ravages ship for 2nd day; sends acrid haze over city
Associated Press 07-13-20
Retired Navy Capt. Lawrence B. Brennan, a professor of international maritime law at Fordham University in New York, said there is a risk of the hull rupturing, which could cause the ship to spill its oil and leave the Navy looking at a major environmental mess.

JED SHUGERMAN
Free Speech For People Seeks to File Amicus Brief in U.S. v. Stone on Behalf of Constitutional Law Professors
Free Speech For People 07-16-20
“When the Framers added the phrase “faithful execution” to the Constitution, for the president to ‘take Care that the laws be faithfully executed’ and for the presidential oath, they were drawing on a long English tradition of this phrase signifying limited powers on behalf of the public interest, and rejecting the unlimited prerogatives of kings,” says Jed Shugerman, Professor of Law at Fordham Law School.

JED SHUGERMAN
SCOTUS Puts Judges Smack In The Middle Of The POTUS-Congress Subpoena Fight
Talking Points Memo 07-09-20
“That’s more or less a win, not because they won on the substance but because they won on there having to be a heightened standard,” said Jed Shugerman, a law professor at Fordham.

DOREEN SMALL
Are Robots Coming For Models’ Jobs?
Elle 07-08-20
“When [models]become less necessary in order for the client to tell the story, that’s where we’re going to see a huge seismic shift,” predicts Doreen Small, a partner at Davis Shapiro Lewit Grabel & Leven and adjunct professor at Fordham Law School’s Fashion Law Institute.

JOHN PFAFF
Unidentified officers seize people in Portland; Fires out on Bonhomme Richard; Russians on alert; New COVID cases shatter record; And a bit more.
Defense One 07-17-20
Homeland Security has sent police to apparently snatch people off the streets in Portland, Oregon — a city where crime “has been LOWER than average over the past several weeks,” Fordham University Law Professor John Pfaff tweeted Thursday evening after looking at DHS statistics for Stumptown.

JOHN PFAFF
Releasing People From Prison Is Easier Said Than Done
The Atlantic 07-08-20
John Pfaff, a law professor at Fordham University and the author of Locked In: The True Causes of Mass Incarceration and How to Achieve Real Reform, notes that in this economy, we could see an uptick in crime.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
Will Halloween be canceled? What costumes will be culturally appropriate amid racial reckoning
ABC News 07-22-20
“It’s now about Halloween in July,” said Susan Scafidi, academic director of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham University.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
Cultural Appropriation Was Always Inexcusable
InStyle 07-15-20
Susan Scafidi, the academic director of Fordham University’s Fashion Law Institute and a Yale Law School alum, defines cultural appropriation as taking intellectual property, traditional knowledge, cultural expression, or artifacts from another culture without permission.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
Fashion and law are increasing the degree courses and masters
Il Sole 24 Ore 07-08-20
The model is for everyone the Fashion law institute at Fordham University, an institute – founded by a pioneer of fashion law, Susan Scafidi – dedicated entirely to the legal implications of fashion that prepares lawyers from all over the world.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
Brooks Brothers files for bankruptcy
Marketplace 07-08-20
“They were right there at the heart of finance, at the heart of politics, really when America was getting its start,” said Susan Scafidi, founder of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham Law School.

MARTIN FLAHERTY
Hong Kong’s new security law ends ‘one country, two systems’ philosophy and judicial independence
Daily Maverick 07-13-20
So they could very well choose to hand over the cases to Chinese prosecutors and Chinese courts rather than those in Hong Kong, says Chinese law expert Professor Martin Flaherty, Professor of International Human Rights Law, at the Leitner Centre of International Law and Justice, Fordham Law School.

MARTIN FLAHERTY
China’s national security law in Hong Kong doubles down on imperialism
Washington Post 07-03-20
Martin S. Flaherty teaches human rights and Chinese politics at Princeton University and Fordham Law School.

MARTIN GELTER
Accounting and Convergence in Corporate Governance
The CLS Blue Sky Blog 07-01-20
This post comes to us from Professor Martin Gelter at Fordham University School of Law.

BRUCE GREEN
Can ‘Mainstream’ DAs Become Restorative Justice Supporters?
The Crime Report 07-01-20
Ultimately, broader acceptance may have to await a change in the political climate after the 2020 elections, write the authors, Lara Abigail Bazelon of the University of San Francisco School of Law, and Bruce A. Green of Fordham Law School.

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY

MARK CONRAD
‘Wolves’ not just for team’s taking
Arkansas Democrat Gazette 07-21-20
“That’s where Arkansas State is at a disadvantage,” said Mark Conrad, director of sports business at Fordham University.

MARK CONRAD
N.F.L. Players Say #WeWantToPlay but Question Training Camp Safety
The New York Times 07-20-20
“The only realistic leverage the players have is their star power, because on the legal side there’s not much they can do,” said Mark Conrad, who teaches sports law at the Gabelli School School of Business at Fordham University in Manhattan.

TIMOTHY MALEFYT
Learn From the Masters: Why Apple’s Branding Works
Business 2 Community 07-19-20
“This commercial was classically disruptive,” says Timothy de Waal Malefyt, a professor at Fordham University, to Business Insider.

ALBERT GRECO
Paging through pandemic: Reading gets a COVID lift
Christian Science Monitor 07-16-20
“Even during World War I and World War II, bookstores remained open,” says Albert Greco, a business professor at Fordham University in New York who follows the publishing industry.

JOHN D. FINNERTY
An error in how the unemployment rate was calculated means we should be more worried than we already are
Fortune 07-16-20
John D. Finnerty is a professor of finance at Fordham University.

AHIR GOPALDAS
The Secret Behind the World’s Stickiest Brands
American Marketing Association 07-06-20
Ahir Gopaldas is an assistant professor of marketing in the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University.

FORMER ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

ART WERSCHULZ
Aliyah numbers on the rise
New Jersey Jewish News 07-08-20
In a stroke of good fortune, Art retired at the end of the academic year as a computer science professor at Fordham University.

JAMES FISHER
Why on-screen mobsters, from The Godfather to The Sopranos, are so obviously Catholic
ABC News 07-04-20
James Fisher, an emeritus professor of theology and American Studies at Fordham University, says the role of religion in these films reveals something more about Italian-American life.

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

ELIZABETH YUKO
This is the super weird but accurate label for why you won’t go to bed right now
Ladders 07-22-20
“Clearly, we all need as much sleep as possible right now, so this whole business of exacting revenge on our busy daytime selves by staying up late isn’t healthy. One way to deal with this is by taking some personal time during the day, rather than at night — even if that means carving out a few minutes here and there rather than having one significant chunk of time,” Adjunct Professor of Ethics at Fordham University, Elizabeth Yuko explained.

ASIF SIDDIQI
Handshakes and histories: The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, 45 years later
The Space Review 07-20-20
Asif Siddiqi is a history professor at Fordham University.

ISAIA MATTIA CROSSON
Cold Cuts, Cheeses and So Many Smiles
The New York Times 07-17-20
Mr. [Isaia Mattia] Crosson received a doctorate in classics from Columbia in April, and is an adjunct professor in Latin and Greek there and at Fordham.

NATASHA BURKE
Being fit, losing weight is a powerful force against COVID-19, but cities have to do more
USA Today 07-14-20
Natasha Burke, an assistant professor of psychology at Fordham University who specializes in obesity and eating disorders, said community leaders need to work with underserved residents to determine the health solutions that will make people more active.

GARRETT BROAD
College students fume over having to pay full tuition for dubious online learning
San Diego Union Tribune 07-12-20
This broad trend is producing a reckoning, said Garrett Broad, a communications professor at Fordham University in New York.

MAGDA TETER
The Enduring Myth Of Blood Libel
Times of Israel 07-08-20
“Yet they persisted, despite evidence to the contrary, remaining deeply ingrained in European culture and imagination,” says Teter, a Fordham University history professor.

AMIR IDRIS
South Sudan’s fragile independence is falling apart
The Hill 07-16-20
Amir Idris is a professor and chair of the Department of African and African American Studies at Fordham University, New York.

RYAN SEVERINO
Fordham Real Estate Institute welcomes Severino to adjunct faculty
New York Real Estate Journal 07-07-20
According to The Fordham Real Estate Institute, (REI) Ryan Severino, CFA, chief economist at JLL, will join the REI graduate adjunct faculty staff this fall.

JASON MUNSHI-SOUTH
Though New York City rat sightings are down overall, there could soon be an increase
Market Watch 07-15-20
“Rat numbers would not have dropped immediately,” Jason Munshi-South, an urban evolutionary biologist and associate professor at Fordham University, wrote in an email.

JASON MUNSHI-SOUTH
Rats In NYC Are So Hungry Because Of The Pandemic They’re Attacking Outdoor Diners
BroBible 07-14-20
While Jason Munshi-South, who teaches evolutionary biology at Fordham University, thinks that the pandemic may have actually reduced the rat population.

JASON MUNSHI-SOUTH
NYC Rat Complaints Are Down, But Experts Expect That To Change As City Reopens
Gothamist 07-05-20
Jason Munshi-South teaches evolutionary biology to freshmen at Fordham University.

LANCE STRATE
Plato’s Shadows, Part I
The Nonconformist Magazine 07-04-20
Lance Strate, who is a professor of communications at Fordham University, put it this way: “CNN has all this time on their hands. What do they do? They show us the music of the ’60s. And Anthony Bourdain eating in exotic places. TLC used to be the learning channel and now it’s the Honey Boo Boo channel.”

WESTENLEY ALCENAT
Black Lives and the Fourth of July
The Nation 07-03-20
Westenley Alcenat is an assistant professor of history and urban and American studies at Fordham University.

TIFFANY YIP
White parents: Talking to your children about racism is part of the solution
The Hill 07-11-20
Tiffany Yip is chair, professor of Psychology and the director of the Youth Development in Diverse Contexts Lab at Fordham University.

TIFFANY YIP
How to Respond When Your Child Shows Bias
Romper 07-03-20
“Children come into the world with a need to categorize it,” explains Dr. Tiffany Yip, a psychology professor at Fordham University.

CHRISTINA GREER
COVID-19 and HIV: Lessons learned from the International AIDS Conference
New York Amsterdam News 07-16-20
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,” and the co-host of the podcast FAQ-NYC.

CHRISTINA GREER
Jamaal Bowman Unseats Rep. Eliot Engel In New York Primary
HuffPost 07-16-20
“Engel’s lack of presence in his district was noticed by voters,” said Christina Greer, a Fordham University political science professor.

CHRISTINA GREER
Givly, the giving app
New York Amsterdam News 07-09-20
Christina Greer, Ph.D., is an associate professor at Fordham University, political editor at The Grio, the author of “Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream,” and the co-host of the podcast FAQ-NYC.

CHRISTINA GREER
Likely Mayoral Candidates Struggle to Adjust to Shifting 2021 Political Landscape
NY1 07-07-20
Christina Greer, associate professor at Fordham University, said the ideal candidate should speak to all issues that most New Yorkers are thinking about now: the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and city-wide consternation about the relationship between police and communities of color.

CHRISTINA GREER
Monday Morning Politics; PriceCheckNYC: Insurance and COVID-19 Care; Trump’s Economic Policies; The State of Immigration
WNYC 07-06-20
Christina Greer, political science professor at Fordham University, host of the podcast “FAQNYC,” politics editor at The Grio and author of Black Ethnics (Oxford University Press, 2013), talks on local and national politics

CHRISTINA GREER
Phases 2 and 3: Are we ready?
New York Amsterdam News 07-02-20
Christina Greer, Ph.D., is an associate professor at Fordham University, political editor at The Grio, the author of “Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream,” and the co-host of the podcast FAQ-NYC.

QUAMRUL HAIDER
Is Fast Radio Burst a new storyteller of the cosmos?
The Daily Star 07-16-20
Quamrul Haider is a professor of physics at Fordham University, New York.

QUAMRUL HAIDER
Fear of the unknown: Stories of Covid-19 in Bangladesh
The Daily Star 07-02-20
Quamrul Haider is a professor of physics at Fordham University, New York.

JOAN ROBERTS
Find the Right Sunglasses for Eye Health
Consumer Reports 07-02-20
“I think people are aware of skin damage from UV simply because sunburn hurts,” says Joan E. Roberts, Ph.D., a professor of chemistry at Fordham University Lincoln Center in New York.

J. PATRICK HORNBECK II
Faith and education: US Supreme Court ruling on the ministerial exception worries Catholic school teachers
Sight 07-22-20
J Patrick Hornbeck II, chair of the theology department at New York’s Fordham University, believes religious institutions should inform all potential employees that they may forfeit some anti-discrimination protections when they sign on.

J. PATRICK HORNBECK II
Catholic colleges facing a ‘wicked problem’ this fall
Cruz 07-17-20
These problems are “so complex as to defy any single solution” and “require ethical triage because every option, it seems, brings a potential for harm to someone in some way,” explained Patrick Hornbeck, professor of theology at Fordham University, at the start of the July 14 online panel, “Reopening Justly or Just Reopening?”

J. PATRICK HORNBECK II
What does the Supreme Court ruling mean for L.G.B.T. employees at Catholic institutions?
America Magazine 07-10-20
“The unfortunate news for L.G.B.T. employees working in a religious context is that we did not get protection under the Bostock decision from a couple of weeks ago and we are subject to the same immunity announced in today’s decision,” said J. Patrick Hornbeck, who chairs the theology department at Fordham University and is also pursuing a law degree at the school.

J. PATRICK HORNBECK II
Celebrate Bostock, for now
Washington Blade 07-02-20
Patrick Hornbeck is chair and professor of theology at Fordham University, where he is also a JD candidate at Fordham Law School.

CHARLES CAMOSY
Ethicist alarmed over how treatment decisions were made for quadriplegic
Catholic News Service 07-21-20
Camosy is an associate professor of theological and social ethics at Fordham University in New York, and for most of his academic life, he has waged a quixotic battle against often-hidden cultural forces that, except for the pandemic and the scrutiny it has focused on medical decisions, might have gone unnoticed.

CHARLES CAMOSY
COVID-19 patient was black and paralyzed, so doctors decided his life wasn’t worth saving
New York Post 07-10-20
Charles Camosy is associate professor of theological and social ethics at Fordham University and author of the new book “Resisting Throwaway Culture.”

CHARLES CAMOSY
Double win at Supreme Court elates religious conservatives
Associated Press 07-11-20
Charlie Camosy, a professor of theological and social ethics at Fordham University, also welcomed both rulings, saying via email that they showed a respect for religious convictions at a time when American culture is increasingly secular.

CHARLES CAMOSY
‘An affront to human dignity’: Ethicists react to death of Michael Hickson
Catholic News Agency 07-01-20
Dr. Charles Camosy, a professor of bioethics at Fordham University, also told CNA that he was confused by the relative lack of major media attention given to Hickson’s death, especially in light of the increased attention to racial justice.

KATHRYN REKLIS
The podcast How to Survive the End of the World offers a unique view of apocalypse
Christian Century 07-01-20
Kathryn Reklis teaches theology at Fordham University and is codirector of the Institute for Art, Religion and Social Justice

BRYAN MASSINGALE, S.T.D.
Black, white parishioners in Philadelphia forge model for racial healing
Crux 07-19-20
Among the resources he recommended are the U.S. bishops’ pastoral letter on racism, sociologist Tia Noelle Pratt’s #BlackCatholics Syllabus; commentaries by Villanova University professor Shannen Dee Williams and Fordham University professor Father Bryan Massingale; and Glenn Singleton’s “Courageous Conversations about Race.”

BRYAN MASSINGALE, S.T.D.
Catholic Priest In Indiana Suspended After Calling Black Lives Matter Protesters ‘Maggots’
HuffPost 07-01-20
Rothrock’s original message was “vile,” “disgusting” and “simply inexcusable,” the Rev. Bryan Massingale, a prominent Black Catholic theologian at Fordham University, told HuffPost.

STUDENTS

Yonkers parents scramble to save local Catholic school
Irish Central 07-17-20
“There is nothing better than the Catholic education. Many parents, like my own, do all they can to make sure their children can attend these schools,” [Siobhán] Nevin, now a student at Fordham University, pointed out.

Getting help with college financial aid amid coronavirus pandemic
ABC 6 07-21-20
As for John [Emanuel], they were able to work out a financial aid package that he and his mom could afford and he’ll be attending Fordham University in New York later this fall.

BLM And Colorism In Asian-American Communities
Illinois Public Media 07-16-20
Yuki Yamazaki, a half-South Indian, half-Japanese psychotherapist studying the intersectionality of Asian Americans, microaggressions, and colorism at Fordham University

Column: Generation Z: How we combat injustice with unity
Gloucester Times 07-14-20
[Sydney Champagne] will be studying Journalism at Fordham University in the fall.

Saratoga Performing Arts Center Unveils SPAC REIMAGINED Video Series
Broadway World 07-13-20
[Emily Kikta] graduated summa cum laude from Fordham University with a Bachelors in Communications and Media Studies in 2017.

Brookside Swim Team Making A Splash With Virtual Meets
TAPinto 07-13-20
[Michael] D’Esposito is a student at Fordham University and Benowitz will be starting his freshman year at Drew University after graduating from East Brunswick High School this summer.

Advice From An RA: What I Wish I Knew As A College Freshman
Society 19 07-11-20
As a current junior at Fordham University in New York City and Resident Assistant for freshmen students, [Margot Sudol’s] main goal in mentoring freshmen is to make sure each of [her]residents’ first-year experience in college is a positive one.

New ICE Directive Leaves International Students Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Bedford + Bowery 07-10-20
Now that the coronavirus situation in New York is improving, [Ngoc] Dinh was hoping she could go back to finish her master’s degree in business analytics at Fordham University.

Democrat announces bid vs. GOP Assemblyman Tague
Daily Freeman 07-07-20
[Mary ‘Betsy’] Kraat is a graduate of SUNY New Paltz and SUNY Binghamton and is a candidate for a master’s degree in social work from Fordham University.

Visualizing the Connections among Philosophical Topics
Daily Nous 07-03-20
Justin Reppert, a philosophy Ph.D. student at Fordham University, has created a fun tool that illustrates the connections between various philosophical topics, based on the “related links” sections of articles at the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

GC Trojans “Boys of Summer” 2020
Garden City News 07-02-20
Chris [Alfaya] is the 2nd baseman and OF for the Trojans. He is a great team player who is expected to step into a big role this year. Chris will be attending Fordham University in the Fall.

ATHLETICS

College Summer Baseball Roundup: Gouldsbury homer alters league race
The Abington Journal 07-21-20
[Cory] Wall, a Fordham University pitcher from North Pocono, struck out nine and walked just one while working the first 5 2/3 innings of the seven-inning game.

After a breakout freshman season at Fordham, Dequece Carter prepares for a sophomore year filled with uncertainty
Daily Progress 07-21-20
The Louisa County native [Dequece Carter] continued to build on his reputation as an impact player at the college level with a phenomenal first season at Fordham University.

A Quiet Roar for an Outstanding Scholar Athlete
Rye Record 07-17-20
[Declan] Lavelle, who is heading to Fordham University this fall to play baseball, was a three-sport athlete at Rye High School: (Football) All-State Quarterback, League MVP, and Captain; (Hockey) All-League and All-Section; (Baseball) three-time All-League performer, two-time All-Section pick, and Captain.

Legends Behind the Lens: Steve Anderson
Sports Video 07-17-20
However, after a short stint as an assistant coach at Fordham University, [Steve Anderson’s] aspirations turned to sports television.

2021 NFL Draft Prospect Interview: Jonathan Coste, DT, Fordham University
NFL Draft Diamonds 07-13-20
Jonathan Coste the fierce and mean defensive tackle from Fordham University recently sat down with NFL Draft Diamonds owner Damond Talbot.

Patriot League latest college conference to cancel 2020 season
News 12 Bronx 07-13-20
There will be no football or other sports held this fall at Fordham University.

Fordham game in Hawaii canceled due to virus
ESPN 07-06-20
Fordham’s football game against Hawaii on Sept. 12 has been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.

ALUMNI

Journal Of Parkinson’s Disease Awards First Parkinson Prizes
Scienmag 07-22-20
A native of San Francisco, Kelly Del Tredici, MD, PhD, came to Germany on a Frederick Sheldon Traveling Fellowship from Harvard University (1989) after studying at Loyola University of Chicago and Fordham University.

A son recalls the death of his father, a Navy pilot, 60 years ago off USS Saratoga
Stars and Stripes 07-22-20
In 1938 [Charles Frohne] graduated from Fordham University with a double major in mathematics and physics.

Cancel the 2020 New York bar exam
New York Daily News 07-22-20
When [Alex Sommer] graduated from Fordham Law School in 2017, we had one day between commencement and beginning our expensive bar prep courses facilitated not by the school, but by outside companies.

Datacast Episode 37: Machine Learning In Production with Luigi Patruno
Datacast 07-20-20
Luigi [Patruno] got his Bachelor’s in Mathematics and Master’s in Computer Science from Fordham University, with a break working as a Data Analyst in between.

The 2020 Albany 40 Under 40 Rising Stars
City & State New York 07-19-20
While she was a student at Fordham University School of Law, Kate Herlihy spent one summer working at Whiteman Osterman & Hanna LLP – and she says that’s when her career goals really clicked into place.

Local attorney named 2020 Professional Excellence Award Winner
The Express 07-18-20
A graduate of Franklin and Marshall and Fordham Law School, Amos Goodall began the practice of law in Centre County following a clerkship with the Chief Judge of the Middle District of Pennsylvania in 1976.

From full-time students to unemployed; college graduates struggle to jumpstart careers
News Channel 5 Nashville 07-17-20
Before graduating from Fordham University with a theatre major about two months ago, the 21-year-old Nashville native [McKenna Quigley Harrington] signed with a manager to help with auditions, and was already in an off-Broadway show.

Vaughn College President Appointed Chair of DOT Youth Access to American Jobs in Aviation Task Force
Cision 07-16-20
[Sharon B. DeVivo’s] degrees include an associate from the University of Maryland in Munich, Germany, a bachelor’s from the State University of New York at Albany, a master’s from Fordham University and a doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania.

NetCents Technology Appoints Jannis Flachsmann to Advisory Board
Finance Magnates 07-16-20
[Jannis Flachsamnn] achieved a Masters of Law (LL.M.) degree from Fordham University in New York.

Talk financial wellness with Prudential’s Jay Mota at Wednesday webinar
AMNY 07-16-20
[Jay] Mota, who attended Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business, currently works as a financial planner with Prudential.

Document: ‘Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship’ examined
Catholic Courier 07-16-20
[Amy Uelmen] holds a Bachelor of Arts, juris doctorate and juridical science research doctorate from Georgetown, and a master’s degree in theology from Fordham University.

Voters: FLORIDA TODAY Editorial Board making 2020 election recommendations | Bellaby
Florida Today 07-15-20
John [Torres] was also a sports writer for Westchester Gannett newspapers and for United Press International after graduating from Fordham University in the Bronx, where he grew up.

A RIDE THROUGH ALLY LOVE’S COLORFUL LIFE
The Coveteur 07-15-20
[Ally Love] started as a dancer; [she]went to New World School of the Arts for high school and Fordham University’s Alvin Ailey Program for college.

Novelist cites Bronx priest’s influence on his writing, Catholic faith
The Record Newspaper 07-15-20
[Peter Quinn] earned a bachelor’s degree from Manhattan College in 1969 and a master’s in history from Fordham University in 1974.

From Medical Marijuana To Bicycle Repairs, Some Older Entrepreneurs Are Cashing In On Pandemic Demand
Forbes 07-15-20
And the former Division 1 basketball player — [Rebecca] Myers was starting point guard at Fordham University — had never partied like other college students.

Christine Fiorella Russo, PhD, Presented with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award by Marquis Who’s Who
24-7 Press Release 07-14-20
Eminently qualified, Dr. [Christine Fiorella] Russo received a Bachelor of Arts at Marymount Manhattan College in 1953, followed by a Master of Science in Education at Fordham University in 1959.

Drew University Board of Trustees Announces Interim President
Drew University 07-14-20
A Hamilton College and Fordham Law School graduate, [Thomas J.] Schwarz is a life member on Hamilton’s Board of Trustees and served as the college’s acting president in 1999 during the president’s six-month sabbatical.

Arch Insurance North America Names Regan Shulman EVP, General Counsel
Financial Times 07-13-20
[Regan] Shulman holds a B.A. in Politics from Brandeis University and a J.D. from Fordham Law School.

Clark Comprehensive Breast Center welcomes new surgeon
Kent County News 07-13-20
[Karen Barbosa] earned her undergraduate degree from Fordham University and her medical degree from Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Why Tensions Have Cooled between Ethiopia and Eritrea
Som Tribune 07-13-20
[Nathan Birhanu] is a graduate of Fordham University’s Graduate Program in International Political Economy & Development.

SOLDBYHOMEOWNER HIRES JORDAN GARY AS ASSOCIATE PRODUCT MANAGER
Online PR News 07-13-20
[Jordan] Gary holds a B.S. in Management Systems from Fordham University and a M.S. in Product Innovation & Computing from DePaul University.

The Halted Progress of Criminal-Justice Reform
New Yorker 07-12-20
[Urooj] Rahman, a graduate of Fordham University’s college and law school, worked at Bronx Legal Services.

MBA Handicapping: Can She Turn Silver Into Gold For Wharton & Columbia?
Poets & Quants 07-10-20
With a 3.4 GPA from Fordham University and a 700 score on a practice GMAT, Christina is hoping to leverage her experience at JP Morgan into a top business school MBA program.

Setthaput latest to vie for BoT post
Bangkok Post 07-10-20
Mr Anusorn [Tamajai], who earned a doctoral degree in international economics, finance and development from Fordham University, is a former member of the Monetary Policy Committee.

Barr makes another U.S. Attorney change in New York, this time in Brooklyn
AMNY 07-10-20
A graduate of the Fordham University School of Law in 2003, [Seth D.] DuCharme had a stint at the Eastern District office which began in March 2008, working in the General Crimes, Violent Crimes and Terrorism, and National Security and Cybercrime Sections.

These Scientists Raced to Find a Covid-19 Drug. Then the Virus Found Them.
The New York Times 07-09-20
Ms. [Stephanie] Giordano, a research and development associate with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Fordham University, had just transferred to Regeneron’s viral infectious disease group in January when the researchers noticed a report about a new virus in Wuhan on an international alert system known as ProMED.

Democrat Matt Scott, Republican Joseph Buonavolonta to face off in November general election
Central Jersey 07-08-20
Born in Princeton and raised in West Windsor and Plainsboro, [Matt Scott] is a graduate of Fordham University, majoring in American History.

City of Beacon approves acting police chief, announces search for permanent replacement
Poughkeepsie Journal 07-08-20
A graduate of Fordham University in the Bronx, [Bill] Cornett was an FBI-certified instructor in deescalation techniques and oversaw the department’s traffic division, according to the release.

Is Wall Street’s Youngest Talent Doomed?
Institutional Investor 07-08-20
[Ryan Kirlin] was finishing up at Fordham University, which is not necessarily a so-called “target school” for finance recruiting.

The Blaine Amendment Ruling: A Glass Half Full?
National Catholic Register 07-08-20
John M. Grondelski (Ph.D., Fordham) is former associate dean of the School of Theology, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey.

Online series to explore what may come after death
Coastal Point 07-07-20
[Len] Bowman, a member of the UUSD congregation, holds a doctorate in theology from Fordham University.

Fr. Tito Caluag: ‘God’s great miracle will happen’
The Philippine Star 07-06-20
[Fr. Carmelo “Tito” Caluag] was ordained as a priest in 1993, and took his masters in Science in Educational Administration and specialized in Jesuit Secondary School Administration at Fordham University.

Donna Hemans on the Immigrant’s Experience of Returning to Jamaica
LitHub 07-06-20
[Donna Hemans] received her undergraduate degree from Fordham University and an MFA from American University.

Movers & Shakers for July 6, 2020
WB Journal 07-06-20
[Robert] Kersting has a Ph.D. in social work from Rutgers University in New Jersey, a master’s degree in social work from Fordham University in New York, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology, and social work from Hope College in Michigan.

TSG Promotes Girish Satya to Principal, Portfolio Operations
Herald Chronicle 07-06-20
Mr. [Girish] Satya received a B.S. in Business Administration from Fordham University and an MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Former B-R softball star joins forces with Taunton High alum at Boston College
Taunton Gazette 07-03-20
[Madi Shaw] brought it all four years for the Trojans before moving to Fordham and then as a graduate assistant coach at Bentley University.

This Is What It’s Really Like to Have Epilepsy
The Healthy 07-03-20
[Emily Borghard] returned to America and graduated from Fordham University with [her]master’s in clinical social work.

Hakim J. Lucas, Ph.D., has been Inducted into the Prestigious Marquis Who’s Who Biographical Registry
24-7 Press Release 07-02-20
Dr. [Hakim J.] Lucas subsequently received a Doctor of Philosophy in education from Fordham University, and went on to work at the Agape Center for Theological Study (ACTS), SUNY Old Westbury and Bethune-Cookman University.

LCPD Chief Patrick Gallagher announces ‘re-retirement’ effective Aug. 1
Las Cruces Sun-News 07-02-20
[Patrick] Gallagher attended Fordham University where he studied economics, before he started a 23-year career with the NYPD.

VYCOM HIRES NEW MARKET DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
Sign of the Times 07-01-20
[Mike] Sherrod holds a bachelor’s degree in communication and media studies from Fordham University in New York City. He is based on the East Coast.

Paxson Fay Goes Beyond Traditional PR
Gray 07-01-20
The pair [Amy Golden and Tessa Andrews Franchini], who met while attending New York’s Fordham University, launched their Seattle-based communications agency to elevate brands in the architecture and design industry.

OBITUARIES

George Heron, 81, Of Bay County, MI, Executive Director of United Way
George Heron, former executive director of United Way of Bay County, dies at 81
Michigan Live 07-22-20
He was ordained at Maryknoll College in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, and he earned his Master of Social Work from Fordham University in New York City.

John “Jay” Reuscher, Of Washington, DC, Professor
John “Jay” Reuscher (1930-2020)
Daily Nous 07-21-20
After completing his PhD at Fordham, Professor Reuscher came to Georgetown in 1969. He retired in 2011.

Augustine Pham Van Lan, 82, Of Cleveland, OH, Priest
In remembrance – Father Augustine Pham Van Lan
Catholic Diocese of Cleveland 07-21-20
He served as parochial vicar at Sacred Heart Parish, Highbridge, New York 1964-1972 during graduate studies at Fordham University.

Ivo Banac, 74, Of Croatia, Professor, Historian, and Politician
Ivo Banac, Croatian historian and politician, dies at 74
Yale Daily News 07-17-20
He earned a bachelor’s degree from Fordham University and a master’s degree and doctorate from Stanford University.

James Augustine Landers, 79, Of Glen Ridge, NJ, Bank Trust Officer
James Augustine Landers
Essex News Daily 07-16-20
Born in Queens, NY, Jim attended Bishop Loughlin High School. He went on to graduate from Fordham University.

Sister Marie Therese Murphy, O.P., 96, Of New York, NY, Nun
Obituaries, Week of July 18, 2020
The Tablet 07-15-20
Sister Marie Therese received both a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in History at St. John’s University, Jamaica, NY, and a Master of Arts in Sociology at Fordham University, Bronx, NY.

Robert James Brady, 89, Of Jersey City, NJ, Lawyer
BRADY, ROBERT JAMES
Hudson Reporter 07-09-20
He then went on to receive his Law degree from Fordham University in 1955, and practiced law at Dickson & Creighton Law Firm in Hoboken.

Edwin T. Vane, 93, Of Los Angeles, CA, TV Executive
Edwin T. Vane, Former NBC, ABC and Group W Executive, Dies at 93
Hollywood Reporter 07-05-20
A native of New York and graduate of Fordham University, Edwin Thomas Vane began his career as a page at NBC in 1945 before moving into advertising and promotions and then, in 1961, daytime television.

Richard Izquierdo, 90, Of Bronx, NY, Doctor
Remembering Dr. Richard Izquierdo
The Bronx Free Press 07-03-20
He graduated from the University of Lausanne Medical School in Switzerland in 1957, and completed his internship and residency programs in pediatrics at Fordham Hospital and post-graduate courses at New York University.

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