‘Dagger John’ Review: Calling Bigotry By Its Name
The Wall Street Journal 07-08-18
That’s how John Hughes became known as “Dagger John.”
Fordham University Has Cranked Out County Executives For More Than 40 Years
Westchester Magazine 06-28-18
Regardless of their political stripe, Westchester County executives tend to have one thing in common: a degree from Fordham University.
Non-Tenure-Track Fordham Instructors Win Big Raises
Inside Higher Ed 07-19-18
Fordham University’s adjunct and full-time, non-tenure-track faculty union voted to ratify their first contract, they announced Wednesday.
Fordham University launches program for au pairs
Westfair Online 07-12-18
Fordham University has launched a new program specifically for au pairs.
Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon to partner with Fordham University
Fordham University in New York City has received a $50,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation’s Theology Program to fund a project that explores Shaker Art, Design, and Religion, in partnership with Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon.
A new tick species was just ID’ed in New York
Times Union 04-17-18
The ticks discovered downstate were identified by researchers from the state Health Department, Fordham University and New York Medical College’s Lyme Disease Diagnostic Center, and confirmed by Rutgers University Center for Vector Biology and the United States Department of Agriculture.
NYC’s Biggest Solar Project Comes To Life: A ‘Pinnacle For Solar’ In New York
Solar Industry Magazine 07-18-18
Located in Staten Island, the 3.1 MW solar array will offset a large portion of the electricity used by Fordham University and Fordham Preparatory School in the Bronx
New project hopes to highlight Latino community in the Bronx
News 12 The Bronx 07-18-18
The Bronx County Historical Society and students at Fordham University are putting together a collection of photos highlighting the lives of Latinos.
FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS
Corruption investigations probe aides for both Cuomos
Times Union 07-09-18
[William] O’Shaughnessy completed a biography of Mario Cuomo, due out this fall by Fordham University Press (Andrew Cuomo’s alma mater).
As traditional parishes decline, ‘personal parishes’ find new interest
National Catholic Reporter 07-12-18
That’s the conclusion of sociologist Tricia Bruce, author of Parish and Place: Making Room for Diversity in the American Catholic Church (2017, Oxford University Press) and the forthcoming work she co-edited, American Parishes: Remaking Local Catholicism (Fordham University Press).
Arthur Ashe nearly added his name on another NYC institution
New York Post 08-27-18
Former Fordham athletic director Frank McLaughlin told The Post that Ashe was close to accepting the Fordham women’s tennis position in the late 1980s before contracting HIV.
Pope Francis Could Save the Church. Will He?
The New York Times 08-20-18
Mr. Gibson is the director of the Center on Religion and Culture at Fordham University.
Transitions: Los Angeles City College Makes Interim President Permanent, 4 Universities Name New Provosts
The Chronicle of Higher Education 07-05-18
Jonathan Crystal, associate chief academic officer at Fordham University, has been named interim provost after the death of Stephen Freedman.
SCHOOL OF LAW
Does ‘zero tolerance’ protect the U.S. from terrorism or crime? Let’s examine the evidence.
The Washington Post 06-28-18
A study released by Fordham University Law School’s Center on National Security – which examined only attacks tied to the Islamic State — found that the perpetrators tend to be Americans born in the United States.
Student Data Brokers: Shady Practices Put Private Student Data on the Open Market
T|H|E Journal 07-02-18
A new study from Fordham Law School’s Center on Law and Information Policy (CLIP) shines some light on this market — and reveals that lists of students, just like the rest of us, can be purchased based on “ethnicity, affluence, religion, lifestyle, awkwardness and even a perceived or predicted need for family planning services.”
More than 10 percent of Americans charged with supporting ISIS served in military
The Washington Times 07-05-18
Fordham University’s Center on National Security examined cases from March 2014, when the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria became a serious global threat, through August 2017.
SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY
Michael Cohen accepted a plea deal, but what does that mean for Donald Trump’s legal trouble?
Cheryl Bader, an attorney & professor at @FordhamLawNYC, told @Newsweek the case may be that prosecutors have already determined that Cohen wouldn’t be such a “valuable witness” compared to the evidence they’ve already gathered.
BRUCE A. GREEN
Pardoning Paul Manafort might not be such a bad idea if Donald Trump wants to take a risk
VC Star 09-27-18
Bruce Green is the Louis Stein Chair at Fordham Law School, where he directs the Stein Center for Law and Ethics.
Nebraska becomes the first state to use fentanyl in an execution
MySanAntonio.com via Washington Post 08-14-18
“Here we have a state that hasn’t executed in a very long time, it’s using a four-drug formula, it’s the first time the state is using lethal injection,” said Deborah W. Denno, a Fordham University law professor and a death-penalty expert. “I don’t think Nebraska wins points by going down this route in the long run.”
Carl Minzner discusses China’s economy after the age of Deng
China Economic Review 08-14-18
According to Fordham University academic Carl Minzner, the authoritarian turn in Beijing not only has enormous political implications, but will also have far-reaching, long-term effects on China’s economy.
Mediation 2018, August 2018
WhosWhoLegal.com August 2018
Respondents around the world identify Edna Sussman at the Fordham Law School as one of the most prominent mediators in the global mediation market. She specialises in both domestic and international commercial disputes.
EXCLUSIVE: Ritchie Torres ‘co-endorses’ Zephyr Teachout after first backing Letitia James
Daily News 08-22-18
Councilman Ritchie Torres (D-Bronx) told the Daily News he is “co-endorsing” Teachout, a Fordham law professor, after previously endorsing James.
AP fact check: Gov. Scott Walker right on Wisconsin prison population
Lacrosse Tribune 08-13-2018
The state could halve the number of people entering into prisons every year by keeping nonviolent offenders out of prison, but could not cut the prison population itself in half, said John Pfaff, a criminal law professor at Fordham University who reviewed Wisconsin’s prison admissions and population.
KAREN J. GREENBERG
Judge Orders New Trial in Al Qaeda Terror Case
The New York Times 07-25-18
Karen J. Greenberg, director of the Center on National Security at Fordham University School of Law, who has written about terrorism and the legal system, said, “It’s fascinating that Guantánamo has yielded information that could be exculpatory for a retrial” in civilian court.
GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY
Humanistic management sucks less and is better for your health
Business World Online 07-04-18
Michael Pirson is an Associate Professor of Management, Global Sustainability, and Social Entrepreneurship at Fordham University.
As states legalize sports betting, will sports media go all-in?
The Conversation 06-26-18
And Mark Conrad, an associate professor at Fordham University and author of the popular textbook “The Business of Sports: Off the Field, in the Office, on the News,” cautioned that, amid the novelty of legal sports betting, the media also need to cover issues such as gambling addiction.
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION FACULTY
Make Time for Reading
The Rye Record 08-21-18
Dr. Molly Ness is a reading consultant and Associate Professor of Curriculum and Teaching at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Teaching.
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE FACULTY
Getting older and loving every ageing minute of it
Reading about Lyn Slater, the Fordham University professor and Instagram idol the other day, I couldn’t help thinking, “You go, girl.”
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION FACULTY
C. COLT ANDERSON
Medieval reform proposals can help current abuse crisis, historian says
Catholic News Service 08-01-18
The reason the Church continues to struggle with enforcing its own policies is “priests are formed to operate out of a sense of fraternity and to see their relationship with their bishop in familial terms, which makes it difficult for them to investigate or sanction each other,” said Anderson, a professor of Church history at Fordham University in New York.
ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY
GEORGE DRANCE, S.J.
Episode 14: Priest & Actor—George Drance, S.J.
Catholic Culture 08-21-18
George Drance, S.J. is the artist in residence at Fordham University, where he teaches acting, a resident artist in La Mama’s Great Jones Repertory Company, and the artistic director of Magis Theatre Company. We discuss his religious and artistic vocation, how people in the theater world feel about working with a priest, how to take custody of your career and choose your roles with integrity, Catholic vs. worldly ideas of success, and more.
Hudson Yards: Transforming Manhattan’s Far West Side
Icons of Infrastructor 08-21-18
Colin Cathcart, a professor of Urban Planning at Fordham University in New York, underscores that the Hudson Yards project is a throwback to the time when industrialists like Henry Ford created the city of Dearborn. While he acknowledges that the city played an instrumental role in fomenting Hudson Yard, he said “this isn’t a product of public workshop or community design. This is corporate real-estate.”
This Is What Happens When You Show Real Motherhood On Instagram
“It can certainly impact well-being positively when the response to these struggles is compassionate and also creates a sense that you are not alone,” Rachel Annunziato, Associate Professor of Psychology at Fordham University tells Romper via email. “Plus it can be a source of advice, community and even humor.”
Orthodox Church Leaders Duel Over Ukraine, Meet With Pope Francis
National Catholic Register 06-27-18
Aristotle Papanikolaou, a co-founding director of the Orthodox Christian Studies Center at Fordham University, told the Register that Patriarch Bartholomew would not simply issue the equivalent of a “papal decree” and recognize a new autocephalous Ukrainian Church.
Max & Murphy: Race and Politics 10 Years After Obama Made History
City Limits 08-22-18
As the 10th anniversary of that speech approaches, Max & Murphy invited Fordham University Professor Christina Greer to discuss that moment and the road we’ve traveled since.
PATRICK J. RYAN, S.J.
Government prof’s new book
Wagner College Newsroom 08-27-18
Patrick J. Ryan, a Jesuit priest and the Laurence J. McGinley Professor of Religion and Society at Fordham University, had the highest praise for Unger’s new book.