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Rams in the News: December 13, 2018

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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

SARIT KATTAN GRIBETZ
Sarit Kattan Gribetz Reflects on Jewish-Christian Difference in the 21st Century
Marginalia 12-7-18
In the fancy brochure about Fordham’s Jesuit identity, I read further: “As the 1400s came to a close, the great cities of Europe were prospering, adventurers were exploring distant lands, and a renaissance in learning was inspiring new ideas in the arts and sciences…”

CHRISTINA GREER
Thank you to all the teachers out there
Amsterdam News 12-6-18
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.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

A $9 billion hedge fund ‘unicorn’ says that in 20 years, Google won’t be the tech powerhouse it is now
Wew News 12-11-18
“I don’t think you can assume anything is unconquerable,” said [David] Abrams, speaking at a conference in New York last week at Fordham University’s Manhattan campus.

5 great theater events in New York City this week
ABC 7 New York 12-10-18
Theater of War at Fordham University

SACRED – MILESTONES OF A SPIRITUAL LIFE – A global documentary – PBS – Mon Dec 10, 10pm
Freedom’s Phoenix 12-10-18
Musical score produced with the generous support of the Stephen and Anna Maria Kellen Foundation and Fordham University.

A Consistent Ethic of Life 2.0
Religion News Service 12-6-18
In December 1983, at Fordham University, Cardinal Joseph Bernardin of Chicago delivered a landmark lecture outlining what he called a “consistent ethic of life” – using the Catholic tradition to articulate a defense of life at every stage rather than focusing solely on abortion, and in a way that could cross religious and political boundaries.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS

Weekly Book List, December 14, 2018
The Chronicle of Higher Education 12-9-18
Cathay: A Critical Edition by Ezra Pound, edited by Timothy Billings (Fordham University Press; 364 pages; $34.95). Scholarly edition of Pound’s “Chinese poems” and related textual and intertextual materials.

ADMINISTRATORS

ANTHONY R. DAVIDSON
Fordham Real Estate Institute and MaryAnne Gilmartin Shine Spotlight on Diversity, Mentorship
Benzinga 12-11-18
“At Fordham Real Estate Institute, we are dedicated to creating a curriculum and programming that represent and include the many voices that make up our industry. We know that we need diversity around the table – that’s how the best ideas are formed,” said Dr. Anthony R. Davidson, dean of Fordham’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies.

DAVID GIBSON
Jesuits West Province Releases List Of Names Of Priests Accused Of Sexual Abuse
91.5 KJZZ 12-10-18
He’s now director of the Center of Religion and Culture at Fordham University, a Jesuit University in New York City, and he joined The Show to talk about it.

SCHOOL OF LAW

Close connection between Monero (XMR) and criminals from another angle
Tech Heading 12-12-18
Addressing a group of about 150 law students at New York’s Fordham University, [Joseph Battaglia] said:
“THERE ARE OBVIOUSLY GOING TO BE ISSUES IF SOME OF THE MORE DIFFICULT TO WORK WITH CRYPTOCURRENCIES BECOME POPULAR. MONERO IS ONE THAT COMES TO MIND, WHERE ITS NOT VERY OBVIOUS WHAT THE TRANSACTION PATH IS OR WHAT THE ACTUAL VALUE OF THE TRANSACTION IS EXCEPT TO THE END USERS.”

Can federal sentencing remain transparent?
ABA Journal 12-11-18
Following a major Fordham Law School conference in 2010 on cooperation confidentiality, the judicial conference reported to Congress that no single best practice had emerged on how to handle plea agreements revealing cooperation, and therefore no single uniform national rule was proposed.

Opportunities at academic events in Lucerne (Switzerland) and New York (USA)
O Dia Mas 12-9-18
Another opportunity was published by the American Society of International Cultural Heritage Law and the Artistic Interest Group (CHAIG) and Urban Law Center of the Fordham University Law School in collaboration with the Quebec International Law Society (SQDI).

FORMER FACULTY

OLIVIA HOOKER
Transitions: New President for the College of Charleston, Quinnipiac U. Names New Chief of Staff
The Chronicle of Higher Education 12-6-18
Olivia Hooker, professor emerita of psychology at Fordham University, died on November 21.

OLIVIA HOOKER
Olivia Hooker of Greenburgh, Coast Guard pioneer, race riot survivor, laid to rest
Lohud 12-6-18
Hooker was a psychologist and a professor of psychology at Fordham University, where she retired at age 87 in 2002.

FORMER SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

ANITA S. KRISHNAKUMAR
Professor Anita S. Krishnakumar Installed as Inaugural Mary C. Daly Professor of Law
St. John’s University 12-7-18
She was the John V. Brennan Professor of Law and Ethics at St. John’s and, before that, was the James H. Quinn Professor of Law at Fordham University.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
‘It’s just not designed to do its job’: Will New York reform its state ethics agency?
Gotham Gazette 12-12-18
In the Democratic attorney general primary race as well, Fordham Law professor and anti-corruption crusader Zephyr Teachout led the charge in calling for Agata’s resignation, inflamed in part by JCOPE’s investigation and subsequent clearing of Sam Hoyt, a former state economic development official who was accused of sexual harassment and assault by a woman who said he helped her obtain a job at the state DMV.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
Bronx State Senators, Now in Majority, Get Committee Chair Assignments
Norwood News 12-11-18
“Now New York finally has the chance to clean up,” Zephyr Teachout, perennial progressive office-seeker and Fordham law professor with a expertise in campaign finance reform, tweeted.

FRANK J. DESIDERIO
Frank J. Desiderio is recognized by Continental Who’s Who
WICZ 12-10-18
He has written and lectured widely on Customs and trade issues, including publications and seminars in the U.S., Europe and Asia and is a frequent panelist on programs conducted by the National Customs and Freight Forwarders Association (NCBFAA), a guest lecturer on Customs in the Fashion Law Program at the Fordham Law School, a panelist on Customs and International Trade at Saint John’s University School of Law and is a member of the Advisory Board and panelist at the Georgetown Law Center’s International Trade Update.

CATHERINE POWELL
Nobel Peace Prize winners prove survivor stories matter
F3 News 12-9-18
“As part of the campaign to defeat the Islamic State, the Security Council and Iraq should support accountability for the terror group’s use of rape and other forms of sexual violence, as convicting and imprisoning its top leaders for these crimes will take them off the battlefield and undermine the revenues gained from sex trafficking,” wrote Fordham Law Professor Catherine Powell last year.

REBECCA KYSAR
Sherrod Brown’s tax math on GM moving to Mexico
LMT Online 12-7-18
Rebecca Kysar, a law professor at Fordham University who has testified before Congress on the effect of the law, said the new law should not be judged against the old law, but on policies that could have been enacted instead.

BRUCE GREEN
Trump Can’t Stop Confessing
The Atlantic 12-11-18
“Few defendants admit that they knew they were breaking the law. So prosecutors ordinarily prove the defendant’s state of mind circumstantially, by asking the jury to draw inferences from the defendant’s words and deeds,” said Bruce Green, a law professor at Fordham and a former associate counsel in the investigation of the Iran-Contra affair.

BRUCE GREEN
Michael Cohen’s Guilty Plea Puts Spotlight on Role of Defense Lawyers
Yahoo 12-10-18
It would be hard, without knowing more facts, “to think it’s the lawyer’s negligence and not the client’s wrongdoing,” said Bruce Green, an ethics professor at Fordham Law School.

BRUCE GREEN
Chris Bowman pulled a Sal Perricone — and didn’t even hide
Nola 12-7-18
Bruce Green, a Fordham University School of Law professor and the author of two books on attorneys’ professional responsibility, concurred.

DAVID A. ANDELMAN
Macron will need to do a lot more to silence the protestors
CNN 12-10-18
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
Commentary: The yellow vest, a symbol of a rising political movement in France
Channel News Asia 12-8-18
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, author of A Shattered Peace: Versailles 1919 and the Price We Pay Today, and translator of An Impossible Dream, Reagan, Gorbachev and a World Without the Bomb.

DAVID A. ANDELMAN
Arresting Huawei exec is a case of spectacularly bad timing
CNN 12-6-18
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.

JED SHUGERMAN
The Supreme Court’s Double-Jeopardy Dilemma
The New Republic 12-6-18
Fordham University law professor Jed Shugerman and appellate lawyer Teri Kanefield wrote in October that Mueller could structure the charges so that he didn’t prosecute anything that the state attorneys general could not.

JED SHUGERMAN
Supreme Court tackles ‘double jeopardy’ exception that allows federal, state prosecutions for same crime
F3 News 12-6-18
Jed Shugerman, a law professor at Fordham University School of Law, agrees that the facts and number of co-conspirators in the Mueller investigation make it likely that different charges can be brought in state and federal courts if the court bans identical prosecutions.

SHLOMIT YANISKY-RAVID
The Future is in Our Hands; No Room in the U.S. for Second Best
IP Watch Dog 12-6-18
Dr. Shlomit Yanisky-Ravidz
Visiting Professor, Fordham Law School

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY

MARK CONRAD
Did a Tampa lawyer’s relationship with an investor hinder Rays stadium deal in Ybor?
Tampa Bay Times 12-12-18
Mark Conrad, a professor and director of the Sports Business Concentration at Fordham University, said Hillsborough may face some tough choices to resurrect the Ybor deal.

MARK CONRAD
Kareem Hunt incident is being compared to Ray Rice case. Here’s the difference.
LMT Online 12-6-18
“There’s nothing purely illegal about paying for evidence, but it’ll be attacked by the union, it’ll be attacked by lawyers for the players . . . and I don’t think it’ll play well in the court of public opinion, which is really what the NFL cares about here,” said Mark Conrad, director of the sports business program at Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business.

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

CHARLES CAMOSY
Having Ben Shapiro headline the ‘March for Life’ is a huge mistake
Greenwich Time 12-11-18
Camosy is an associate professor at Fordham University, and the author of “Beyond the Abortion Wars: A Way Forward for A New Generation.”

CELIA FISHER
Mobile HIV Diagnostic Tool Could Revolutionize Detection in Developing Countries
Contagion Live 12-11-18
“[We] have found that persons with substance abuse problems from various ethnic/racial communities in the United States and sex workers in other countries often resist HIV testing in a health care setting for fear they will test positive and will face discrimination, violence, criminal procedures, or loss of employment if their HIV status becomes known,” Celia Fisher, PhD, who directs the HIV/Drug Abuse Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute at Fordham University in New York, told Contagion® last year.

MARK SHANAHAN
A NANTUCKET CHRISTMAS CAROL WITH MARK SHANAHAN
N-Magazine 12-11-18
Adapted by playwright, director, and actor Mark Shanahan [an adjunct professor in the Department of Media Studies], this classic takes on an island twist and is sure to fill audiences with the holiday spirit!

MARK SHANAHAN
Traditional and nontraditional: A fresh take on a classic tale
Fort Myers Florida Weekly 12-11-18
This adaptation by Mark Shanahan [an adjunct professor in the Department of Media Studies], who also directs, adheres to the general story but tells it in a fresh way.

GIACOMO SANTANGELO
Brexit vote postponement leads to more confusion than answers
Luxury Daily 12-11-18 [subscription required] “When you look at the relationship between Great Britain and Ireland, that’s something Brexit can’t effect too deeply because of how Ireland has been divided by England,” said Giacomo Santangelo, senior lecturer of economics at Fordham University, New York.

LERZAN AKSOY
Filene Interviews: Fordham University’s Lerzan Aksoy on How to Make Innovation Drive the Bottom Line…
Credit Union Broadcast 12-10-18
Lerzan Aksoy, Fordham University Associate Dean and Professor stopped by the Studio Lounge to share key points from her conference presentation: “Making Innovation Drive the Bottom Line — Success Stories from the American Innovation Index.”

MARK NAISON
Outrage nation: Can America overcome its addiction to anger?
EPeak 12-8-18
“I think Trump’s election dealt a blow to American optimism, especially among baby boomers, ’60s veterans, and people who have attained influential positions in academia and the media – but it has not killed it among young people,” says Mark Naison, professor of African American studies and history at Fordham University.

PAUL LEVINSON
Neil deGrasse Tyson’s star power fades as sexual harassment allegations mount
New York Daily News 12-7-18
“As a scientist, Tyson’s work won’t be affected — certainly not the work he has already done in astronomy,” said Paul Levinson, media studies professor at Fordham and author of “”Fake News in Real Context.”

SARIT KATTAN GRIBETZ
Sarit Kattan Gribetz Reflects on Jewish-Christian Difference in the 21st Century
Marginalia 12-7-18
In the fancy brochure about Fordham’s Jesuit identity, I read further: “As the 1400s came to a close, the great cities of Europe were prospering, adventurers were exploring distant lands, and a renaissance in learning was inspiring new ideas in the arts and sciences…”

CHRISTINA GREER
Panel discussion on Nancy Pelosi
MSNBC 12-12-18
“So, the President, unfortunately, time and time again, just walked into, these, they’re not even traps they were setting for him, these were just facts that he walked into.” – Christina Greer, Ph.D., is an associate professor at Fordham University.

CHRISTINA GREER
MSNBC, CNN Anchors Gush Over Nancy Pelosi After Oval Office Meeting
The Washington Free Beacon 12-12-18
Velshi didn’t stop there, leading a segment with former Sen. Barbara Boxer (D., Calif.) and Fordham professor Christina Greer that continued to bathe Pelosi with praise.

CHRISTINA GREER
Thank you to all the teachers out there
Amsterdam News 12-6-18
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.

SUSAN CELIA GREENFIELD
Here is what $200 million in renovations did for the Ford Foundation
NYN Media 12-6-18
A new book tells the stories of 13 people who overcame homelessness. Susan Greenfield, professor of English at Fordham University, edited Sacred Shelter: Thirteen Journeys of Homelessness and Healing, which features the stories of each individual.

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICES FACULTY

LYN SLATER
Getting older and loving it. How about you?
Star Advertiser 12-11-18
Reading about Lyn Slater, the Fordham University professor and Instagram idol, I couldn’t help thinking, “You go, girl.”

LAURA WERNICK
This Funder Collaborative Is Successfully Advancing Philanthropy
Giving Compass 12-11-18
RG engages an external researcher, Laura Wernick, PhD, Assistant Professor at Fordham University of Social Service, to survey its members and study its impact. Her work has uncovered that members’ giving increases on average by 16 times after getting involved.

ERIC TOTH
CoveCare Center Announces Eric A. Toth as New CEO
Hamlet Hub 12-6-18
He is an adjunct professor at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Social Services.

STUDENTS

How humans are hijacking scent, the universal animal language
MSN 12-11-18
Products like Shake-Away DEER claim that powdered coyote urine can conjure the odor-ghost of a coyote to patrol your garden and discourage would-be nibblers—but experts like Michael Parsons, behavioral ecologist at Fordham University, say we shouldn’t bet the farm just yet. We haven’t decoded the whole message.

ATHLETICS

NJ girls hoops: Shore Conference players to watch, team-by-team breakdowns
Asbury Park Press 12-12-18
The Fordham University commit [Sarah Karpell] sees the floor as well as anyone and has the ability to facilitate a great offensive attack.

Gorski Named NSU Women’s Soccer Coach
Sports Headlines News 12-11-18
From 2008-11, [Ryszard] Gorski also worked as an assistant coach/goalkeeper coach with the women’s and men’s soccer programs at NCAA Division I Fordham University.

NJ football: Meet the 2018 All-Shore Team
Asbury Park Press 12-10-18
[M.J. Wright] will attend Fordham University.

Jim McElderry hired as Rutgers men’s soccer head coach
Soccer Wire 12-10-18
Jim McElderry, who has led Fordham to three NCAA appearances, including the tournament quarterfinals in 2017, and two Atlantic 10 Championships over the last five seasons, has been named the seventh head coach in the 80-year history of the Rutgers men’s soccer program.

Oakland’s Newhouse pens book on St. Mary’s coach Slip Madigan
East Bay Times 12-9-18
A showman whose affability resulted in friendly associations with Hollywood and sports celebrities, American presidents, journalists, competing coaches and fans, [Slip] Madigan was an innovator who introduced coast-to-coast travel (for games against Fordham University); college football on Sundays and at nighttime; and spectacle, like silk uniforms, private train cars and off-campus musicians recruited to fill out the marching band.

Rutgers hoops handled awful loss at Fordham
Daily News 12-8-18
Saturday’s 78-70 loss at Fordham felt almost ritualistic, the Scarlet Knights enjoying some prosperity the last 10 days, and the Rams coming off a double-overtime loss at previously winless Maine.

Rutgers Names Jim McElderry As Head of Men’s Soccer Program
Rutgers Scarlet Knight 12-8-18
Jim McElderry, who has led Fordham to three NCAA appearances, including the tournament quarterfinals in 2017, and two Atlantic 10 Championships over the last five seasons, has been named the seventh head coach in the 80-year history of the Rutgers men’s soccer program.

Foley to serve as interim football coach, early candidates reported for Temple
Temple News 12-7-18
[Ed] Foley’s lone head coaching experience came at Fordham University in 2004 and 2005.

Jersey Journal front and back page news: Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018
NJ.com 12-6-18
In Sports, Bayonne gridder Nasir McNair is sticking close to home, committing to Fordham University.

Girls’ basketball: Ten players to watch
Press Herald 12-6-18
[Anna DeWolfe] is headed to Fordham University.

Rutgers hoops: Fordham, fabled Rose Hill Gymnasium await Scarlet Knights
Courier Post 12-6-18
The site of Rutgers’ next game on Saturday afternoon, Fordham University’s Rose Hill Gymnasium (2:30 p.m., CBS Sports Network), is a hallowed basketball venue.

ALUMNI

REBNY to honor Bernard Warren
Real Estate Weekly 12-12-18
[Bernard Warren] also has a Master of Science Degree in Human Resources Development from Fordham University.

Company news: Emer Stack joined Hancock Estabrook as an associate
Syracuse 12-12-18
[Emer M. Stack] earned her J.D. degree from Fordham University School of Law and is a graduate of Cornell University.

Freedom or free-for-all?
Hawthorn Caller 12-12-18
[Caroline Biscotti] holds a J.D. from Fordham Law School and has worked as a court attorney and a magazine editor.

Makor Group Announces the Expansion of Its Foreign Exchange Division
WICZ 12-11-18
Tom [Friedel] has an MBA from Fordham University as well as a BS in finance from Manhattan College and is FINRA Series 3 licensed.

Four Ways to Mentally Prepare For Stock Market Turbulence
Value Walk 12-11-18
Dr. [Mark] Tobak also has a law degree from Fordham University School of Law and was admitted to the NY State Bar.

Full Cast And Creative Team Announced For KLEPTOCRACY At Arena Stage
Broadway World 12-11-18
Christopher [Geary] is a member of New Neighborhood, a theater, TV and music company. BA: Fordham.

‘Invisible’ reveals demise of mobster by forgotten female lawyer
Galveston County Daily News 12-11-18
Mindful of her childhood dream, [Eunice Hunton] enrolled at Fordham Law School in the fall of 1927.

Yue Yang Zhang is now serving in a new board position at Pearl Oriental Oil Ltd.
Relationship Science 12-10-18
Yue Yang Zhang » EDUCATION: Fordham University

County Clerk Hanlon receives “Person of the Year” Award from the Monmouth County Fraternal Order of Police, Superior Officer’s Lodge #30
Insider New Jersey 12-10-18
[Christine Giordano] Hanlon holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Fordham University and is a graduate of Barnard College, Columbia University.

Connecticut bishop appoints laywoman to lead parish
Crux 12-10-18
[Dr. Eleanor W.] Sauers, who holds a Bachelors degree from Emmanuel College in Boston and a master’s degree and a Doctor of Philosophy from Fordham University’s Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education, had already taken on an extended leadership role within the parish following the untimely death of its former pastor who died at the age of 59 in March.

42nd Infantry Division gets new top enlisted soldier
Times Union 12-9-18
[Corey Cush] earned an associate’s degree in computer science from Fordham University and a bachelor of science degree in management information systems from Monroe College.

Get To Know All Of Grace Kelly’s Grandchildren And The Monegasque Royal Family
AT&T 12-8-18
After attending Fordham University in New York City, Jazmin [Grace Grimaldi] began making more public appearances and is now a fixture on the social scene.

Showbox APK Download Available for Android
Digital Tech Insider 12-8-18
In regards to academics, Adam [Thrones] earned a degree in business from Fordham University.

Goodbye Henri Bendel. A New York City Classic Closes Its Doors
Daily Beast 12-8-18
As a law student at Fordham, [Charly] Zubi said she would bring friends to Bendel’s, “Whenever we got really sad or depressed. We’d just come up here and go wild.”

Dance Film Better Off Dead Premieres at Links Hall
Windy City 12-7-18
The Fordham/Alley School of Dance graduate [Talia Koylass’s] first film The Human Experience was driven by her brother’s battle with cancer.

Global Legal Insights: Bribery & Corruption 2019, 6th Edition – Japan
JD Supra 12-7-18
Mr. [Daiske] Yoshida graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 1998, where he was Articles Editor of The Fordham Law Review.

Stantec Expands Client Solutions Team in the Northeast
Informed Infrastructure 12-6-18
Sherman has earned a Master of Business Administration from Fordham University, with a bachelor’s degree from Skidmore College.

Diane Keaton shocked someone found her lost wallet — from 50 years ago
Today 12-6-18
The storage locker belonged to the late David Parent, an Air Force pilot who attended Fordham University in the Bronx, according to the Daily News.

AMG/Parade Promotes Corrine Barcia to Vice President, Integrated Marketing
ABC 6 12-6-18
Corrine [Barcia] received a BA in Sociology and Psychology from Marymount College at Fordham University.

5 Communications Majors Share Their First Job Experience
College Covered 12-6-18
When Natalie first got to Fordham University, though, she was disappointed the school didn’t offer a journalism major.

2018 Black Book: 364 Executives to Know
Hawaii Business Magazine 12-6-18
Timothy (Tim) J. Parker
VP, Chief General Counsel, Island Energy Services, LLC #9
EDUC. Ramapo College of New Jersey; Fordham U School of Law

Here are 4 Tampa Bay artists you can see at Art Basel in Miami Beach
Creative Loafing Tampa Bay 12-6-18
Aubrey Vollrath is a native Floridian who earned her visual arts degree from Fordham University in New York.

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