Former C.I.A. Chief John Brennan to Become a Fellow at Fordham
The New York Times 09-04-17
John O. Brennan, the former director of the C.I.A., has been named a distinguished fellow for global security at the Fordham University School of Law’s Center on National Security.
Seventeenth Annual Fordham Founder’s Award Dinner
New York Law Journal 03-23-18
More than 1,000 Fordham University alumni and friends gathered at Cipriani Wall Street on March 19 for the Seventeenth Annual Founder’s Award Dinner, honoring John R. Costantino, at left, Barbara Costantino, center, and William J. Loschert, not pictured, with Founder’s Awards.
‘Burn to learn’: College students take business class on spin bikes
ABC News 04-30-18
Instead, it’s a first-of-its kind business school course at Fordham University that is taught on spin bikes in a university gym.
Fun Things to Do This Weekend: Pride, Summer Solstice and Sensory Overload in Brighton Beach
The New York Times 06-21-18
Then, add “The Sand, Surf, History and Culture of Brighton Beach” by WFUV’s Cityscape to your podcast library.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Palm Beach resident’s $6 million gift will support Fordham education
Palm Beach Daily News 04-03-18
To that end, [Darlene Jordan] the Palm Beach resident has made a $6 million gift to the school from which she graduated in 1987.
STEPHEN E. BEPLER
Gifts Roundup: $50 Million From Alumnus Boosts Saint Joseph’s U.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy 07-24-17
A $10.5 million estate gift from the late Stephen Bepler and his widow, Kim, will create four endowed math and science professorships and fund construction of a new science building on the Bronx campus.
SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY
Why Republicans Let Trump Take Over Their Party
New York Magazine 07-07-17
It’s a review of a new book by Fordham law professor John Pfaff, Locked In, about mass incarceration in America, and it upends a plank of conventional wisdom on the left.
JERRY H. GOLDFEDER
A Constitutional Convention for New York?
The New York Times 07-21-17
The writer is an election lawyer who teaches at Fordham Law School and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
KAREN J. GREENBERG
Suspect in New York truck attack pleads not guilty to murder and terrorism charges
PBS NewsHour 11-28-17
Karen Greenberg, executive director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School, said the Saipov and Abu Khattala cases are examples of how prosecuting terrorists in civilian courts still works, and using military commissions instead is a “deluded idea.”
JOHN D. FEERICK
John Feerick: The 25th Amendment With the Man Who Lived Through It All
New York Law Journal 02-26-18
Fordham School of Law’s former dean John D. Feerick represents not only one of the principal players in the historical drama of the 25th Amendment but also the visionary who is shaping it for the 21st century.
DEBORAH W. DENNO
Oklahoma Tries A New Execution Method: Nitrogen Gas
But first, as Fordham University law professor Deborah Denno tells Scott Simon, they must figure out how to use it.
How Michael Cohen’s Apparent Russia Payment Might Help Prove Collusion
Jed Handelsman Shugerman is a Fordham Law professor and the author of The People’s Courts and shugerblog.com.
Teachout Has Trump on Her Mind as She Makes Run for Attorney General
The Wall Street Journal 06-05-18
Ms. Teachout, an associate law professor at Fordham University, ran in the Democratic primary for governor in 2014, losing to Mr. Cuomo.
GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY
Legal Expert: ‘Could See Sports Gambling Legalized In Several States By End Of 2018’
CBS Local Sports 05-14-18
“Well, we’re going to have some legalized sports gambling in a number of states,” said Mark Conrad, Associate Professor of Law and Ethics at Fordham University via phone interview Monday.
Higher ed MBA programs flex their muscle
University Business Magazine 01-22-18
“We spent time looking at the needs of industry as well as the needs and goals of prospective, part-time MBA students to see how we could better align our program offerings,” says Dawn Lerman, associate dean for graduate studies at the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University in New York.
HARRY NEWMAN & STANLEY VELIOTIS
Keep asking: Why is your tax cut so small?
NY Daily News 06-20-18
Newman is a professor of accounting and taxation and Veliotis is an associate professor of accounting and taxation at Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business.
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE FACULTY
The Crisis in Puerto Rico
Huffington Post 09-26-17
By Greg Acevedo, Contributor Associate Professor Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service
ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY
Starbucks arrests highlights disparity of racial experiences
Christina Greer, an associate professor of political science at Fordham University, said the incident reinforces a “serious anxiety that so many black Americans have to deal with when going into shops.”
Nostalgia TV makes a comeback. How Hulu and Netflix are breathing new life into old TV shows
Los Angeles Times 08-20-17
Fordham University bioethics adjunct professor Elizabeth Yuko incorporates “The Golden Girls” in her lessons, as it tackled in prime time such thorny issues as euthanasia, organ donation and stigmas over HIV-AIDs.
How many votes could Hurricane Harvey cost Trump in Texas?
The Washington Post 08-29-17
Boris Heersink is an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at Fordham University.
The Story of Appalachia, With Plenty of Villains
The New York Times 11-20-17
Stoll, a professor of history at Fordham University, does not relate his own story, and his book is not especially warm to the touch. But as economic history it is gravid and well made.
‘It’s Almost About Anything But the Guns’: Sandy Hook and the Original Meaning of the Second Amendment
For a perspective on that history, TIME spoke to Saul Cornell, an expert on the Second Amendment who holds the Paul and Diane Guenther Chair in American History at Fordham University.
CHARLES C. CAMOSY
You Can’t Be Pro-Life and Against Immigrant Children
The New York Times 06-16-18
Charles C. Camosy (@ccamosy), a board member of Democrats for Life of America, is an associate professor at Fordham University and the author of “Beyond the Abortion Wars.”
‘Common Core’ Review: Standards Put to the Test
The Wall Street Journal 03-11-18
Mr. [Nicholas] Tampio, a professor of political science at Fordham University, acknowledges that American education is not what it should be, but he is wary of a system of uniform, federally driven standards.
As cities report more rats than ever, scientists find eastside and westside rodents
The Washington Post 06-05-18
“It seems to be the urban rat populations are becoming worse than they were,” according to Jason Munshi-South, a biologist at Fordham University and the co-author of a new study on city rat populations, published Tuesday in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
In Bridge’s Shadow, an Unlikely College Sailing Power
The New York Times 10-20-17
Somewhere out in the middle of Eastchester Bay, the Fordham sailing team was doing a speed drill when, in the distance, the traffic began to clot on the Throgs Neck Bridge.
Cardinals select running back Chase Edmonds in fourth round of NFL Draft
Arizona Sports 04-28-18
The Arizona Cardinals selected running back Chase Edmonds out of Fordham in the fourth round of the 2018 NFL Draft on Saturday.
The Pigeon Stalker
The New York Times 03-08-18
Ms. [Elizabeth] Carlen — a doctoral student at Fordham University whose dissertation explores how urban pigeons differ from one city to the next, or even by borough or neighborhood — has gathered nearly 400 pigeon samples, mostly from the five boroughs of New York City.
How Mathilde Freund, Vintage Dealer, Spends Her Sundays
The New York Times 05-04-18
Ms. [Mathilde] Freund, who takes classes at Fordham University during the week, has lived in the same one-bedroom apartment overlooking Central Park West for 65 years.
Spring Valley mom, daughter both getting master’s degrees
About a week later, on May 23, her 23-year-old daughter will be there to cheer on her mom [Gloria Key] as the 51-year-old gets the very same degree from Fordham University.
Clearing the Stage for a Big Graduation Number at City Ballet
The New York Times 05-31-18
Nearly 80 percent of City Ballet dancers attend Fordham, which is near Lincoln Center.
McShane Denounces Trump Immigration Policy
The Observer 06-22-18
On Wednesday, June 20, University President Rev. Joseph M. McShane, S.J. released a statement concerning President Trump’s border policy of family separation, condemning the practice as a “violation of the most basic understanding of human dignity and rights.”
Broadcaster Michael Kay to receive Vin Scully Award
NY Daily News 03-28-18
[Michael] Kay enters his 28th year as a New York Yankees announcer and is the first Fordham alumnus to receive the award.
Why Can’t a City of 8 Million Produce a Single Olympic Athlete?
The Wall Street Journal 02-08-18
Figure skater Nicole Rajicova, 22, a graduate of Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business, was born in the region and currently lives with her parents in Manhattan.
Denzel Washington on when the work pays off
CBS News 04-29-18
Special feature and interview with alumnus Denzel Washington.
The surprising way millionaire author Mary Higgins Clark spent her first big paycheck
“That was when I decided I could afford to go to school,” she tells CNBC Make It, “and I started at Fordham University at Lincoln Center. I graduated at age 50.”