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Joseph O’Hare, S.J., 89, Of New York, NY, Former Fordham President
The Rev. Joseph O’Hare, Resourceful President of Fordham, Dies at 89
The New York Times 04-01-20
The Rev. Joseph A. O’Hare, who as the longest-serving president of Fordham University transformed it into a national institution and applied the moral rectitude of his clerical collar to civic reform in New York City, died on Sunday in the Bronx.

Joseph O’Hare, S.J., 89, Of New York, NY, Former Fordham President
Father Joseph O’Hare, Longtime Fordham University President, Dies At Age 89
CBS New York 03-31-20
Fordham University is mourning the loss of its longest serving president, Father Joseph O’Hare.

CARL MINZNER
Quarantine the Sick in New York’s Hotels
The New York Times 03-30-20
Carl Minzner is a professor of law at Fordham University, in New York, who specializes in Chinese law and politics.

MICHAEL BAUR & ELIZABETH YUKO
The Reason You’re Exhausted Is ‘Moral Fatigue’
Rolling Stone 03-27-20
“We are now, in many ways, thinking about things that we wouldn’t have previously reflected on,” Dr. Michael Baur, associate professor of philosophy at Fordham University, who specializes in natural law and moral philosophy, tells Rolling Stone.
By ELIZABETH YUKO [Fordham adjunct professor]

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

I’m providing health care, and prayer, during COVID-19
Global Sisters Report 03-31-20
Exactly two weeks ago at the time of this writing, I sat with two other New York City emergency medicine colleagues as part of an interfaith sharing at Fordham University, “Where Faith and Medicine Intersect.”

SCHOOL OF LAW

Coronavirus could overwhelm legal help for America’s poor
Union-Bulletin 04-01-20
The cost of an attorney for civil matters is often out of reach even for those who are comfortably in the middle class, according to the National Center for Access to Justice at Fordham Law School.

Legal Aid Groups Struggle As Coronavirus Pushes More People To The Fringes
International Business Times 03-31-20
In New York, there are fewer than three civil legal aid lawyers for every 10,000 people who live under 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines, the Legal Services Corporation Center at the Fordham Law School’s Justice Index data shows.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

MATTHEW DILLER
Renowned Ex-SDNY Judge Duffy Dies Of Apparent COVID-19
Law 360 04-02-20
“Judge Kevin Duffy was a giant in the legal community who devoted his life to serving our country. In his 44-year career on the bench, Judge Duffy presided over one critically important complex trial after another, demonstrating how the U.S. district courts are an engine for justice,” Matthew Diller, dean of Judge Duffy’s alma mater Fordham University School of Law, told Law360 on Thursday.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
Modeling Agencies Feeling the Pain, Developing Digital Solutions
WWD 03-31-20
According to Susan Scafidi, founder and director of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham Law School, under the CARES Act, “models along with the other independent contractors who make up the fabric of the fashion industry — photographers, stylists, makeup artists, and so on — can apply for special Pandemic Unemployment Assistance guaranteed by the federal government and administered by each state.”

JED SHUGERMAN
Law Profs Drag Sen. McConnell for ‘Nonsense’ Claim That Impeachment Kept Trump from Focusing on COVID-19
Law & Crime 03-31-20
Fordham Law professor Jed Shugerman also derided McConnell’s remark.

CARL MINZNER
Quarantine the Sick in New York’s Hotels
The New York Times 03-30-20
Carl Minzner is a professor of law at Fordham University, in New York, who specializes in Chinese law and politics.

DORA GALACATOS
Pro Bono Lawyers Face New World of Remote Work Due to Virus
Bloomberg Law 03-27-20
The idea, said Dora Galacatos, executive director of Fordham Law’s Feerick Center for Social Justice, was to develop a way to “deal with surges in detainees, and also overtime to address the needs of rare language speakers.”

ANDREW KENT
Trump Says He Will Label Regions by Risk of Coronavirus Threat
The New York Times 03-27-20
“States are understood to have a general power to legislate for the health, welfare, safety and morals for the people of their state,” said Andrew Kent, who teaches constitutional law at Fordham University’s School of Law.

JEFF TREXLER
What Fashion Brands Need to Know About the Stimulus Package
Business of Fashion 03-27-20
After the stimulus bill is signed into law, the application process will likely be more streamlined and convenient, according to Jeff Trexler, associate director of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham University.

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY

MARCIA FLICKER
Will Coronavirus Improve Customer Service?
Forbes 03-29-20
“Bottom line: Good marketers will learn from this experience both in terms of the importance of customer service and how to provide good customer service under stress and in a massive volume,” says Marcia Flicker, an associate professor of marketing at Fordham University.

FORMER GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE FACULTY

MICHAEL DOWLING
Gun Violence Prevention
LEADERS 03-30-20
Earlier, Dowling was a Professor of Social Policy and Assistant Dean at the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Services and Director of the Fordham campus in Westchester County.

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE FACULTY

CAROLE COX
The New, Lonely Challenge City Seniors Face During COVID-19
NY1 04-02-20
“It’s horrible,” Fordham University Social Work Professor Carole Cox said about what seniors are going through.

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

DEAN MCKAY
You can spell COVID-19 prevention without OCD: Why coronavirus prevention probably won’t spawn a generation of germ-obsessed individuals
New York Daily News 04-03-20
McKay is a professor of psychology at Fordham University, past president of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, and past president of the Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology.

GRANT SCHNEIDER
HOW YOU CAN USE ZOOM NOW AND IN THE FUTURE
Active Rain 04-01-20
I cover the same and have conversations and engagement but I don’t have to drive back and forth to Fordham University.

MAGDA TETER
A Gripping History of an Undying Lie
The New York Jewish Week 03-31-20
Not so, argues Magda Teter, a history professor at Fordham University.

MARK NAISON
A rapping professor. A cat in class. Pornography on Zoom. How online classes work at colleges during coronavirus
USA Today 03-30-20
Without a physical presence in the classroom, the professor at Fordham University wondered how he would keep his students’ attention.

MICHAEL BAUR & ELIZABETH YUKO
The Reason You’re Exhausted Is ‘Moral Fatigue’
Rolling Stone 03-27-20
“We are now, in many ways, thinking about things that we wouldn’t have previously reflected on,” Dr. Michael Baur, associate professor of philosophy at Fordham University, who specializes in natural law and moral philosophy, tells Rolling Stone.
By ELIZABETH YUKO [Fordham adjunct professor]

PAUL LEVINSON
OPINION: Why coronavirus may be a watershed moment in this digital age
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 03-27-20
“Unlike the people a hundred years ago when the Spanish flu hit the world, we are fortunate indeed to have a robust online culture already in place and very widely available,” said Paul Levinson, a Fordham University professor and founder of Connected Education, online graduate courses.

SARAH ELTANTAWI
Who is leading the global fight against coronavirus?
Al Jazeera 03-27-20
Sarah Eltantawi – professor of Modern Islam at Fordham University

CHRISTINA GREER
Thank you to our heroes
New York Amsterdam News 04-02-20
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.

CHRISTINA GREER
Fill out your US census — our democracy depends on it
The Grio 04-01-20
Christina Greer is the politics editor at theGrio, an associate professor of political science at Fordham University, and the author of “Black Ethnics: Race, immigration, and the pursuit of the American Dream.”

CHRISTINA GREER
How lawmakers could vote remotely on the state budget
City & State New York 03-27-20
“This is the time for both sides to sort of strike with their messaging, right?” said Christina Greer, an associate professor of political science at Fordham University.

CHRISTINA GREER
Who should Joe Biden pick as his VP running mate? (Hint, it should be a Black woman)
The Grio 03-27-20
Christina M. Greer is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Fordham University and the Political Editor at theGrio.com.

STUDENTS

How to throw a birthday party during a pandemic? Decatur family gets creative
Herald & Review 03-31-20
Sicily Seitz, 19, originally from Decatur is a freshman at Fordham University in the Bronx, New York.

How dancers cope when they can’t dance: They improvise
Washington Post 03-24-20
[Charles] Scheland is a senior dance and economics double major at Fordham University and an apprentice with Rioult Dance NY.

A rapping professor. A cat in class. Pornography on Zoom. How online classes work at colleges during coronavirus
USA Today 03-30-20
[Imani] Del Valle, the Fordham senior, is also adjusting.

New Jersey College Students Cope with Semester Ending Online
TAPinto 03-29-20
“I’m honestly relieved,” said Fordham University student Kenneth Krizan of the change.

Animal shelters grateful but cautious about adoptions amid COVID-19
Daily Gazette 03-28-20
She and her daughters, Olivia and Tessa, had originally planned to adopt a cat when Olivia [Weklar] came home for the summer from Fordham University.

ATHLETICS

Chennedy Carter named to WBCA All-America Team
KBTX 04-02-20
Bre Cavanaugh Fordham University

Recalling great basketball moments
Daily Gazette 03-27-20
The New York Federation Tournament of Champions basketball competition scheduled for this weekend at Fordham University had been canceled on March 13.

ALUMNI

League of Municipalities Appoints Cerra as New Executive Director
Insider New Jersey 04-01-20
By way of background, Mike Cerra earned a B.A. from Fordham University and a M.P.A. from Rutgers, the State University.

Have we nationalized the US financial markets? Jim Bianco gave his views of the financial markets and the recently passed stimulus to the AIM students today package
Applied Investment Management Blog 04-01-20
[Jim Bianco] has a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Marquette University (1984) and an MBA from Fordham University (1989).

Alvarez & Marsal Taxand Strengthens International Tax Practice
ABL Advisor 03-31-20
Mr. [Lewis J.] Greenwald earned a bachelor’s degree from New York University, an MBA from Rutgers University, and a J.D. from Fordham University School of Law.

New Jersey Psychotherapist Sees Spike in Online Teletherapy Amid Coronavirus Epidemic
KTVN 03-31-20
[Tania Ades] completed her Master’s Degree in Social Work at the Graduate School of Social Service at Fordham University.

New York Yankees: Putting together the All-Obscure team
Elite Sports New York 03-30-20
The native New Yorker and Fordham graduate [Johnny Murphy] signed with the New York Yankees right out of college.

Salina couple in Big Apple senses closeness
Saline 03-28-20
It’s where Shannon [O’Neill] completed her PhD in psychology from Fordham University in 2018.

Chris Cuomo just tested positive for the coronavirus. Meet the Cuomo family, the New York political dynasty that’s become the face of America’s response to the pandemic.
Business Insider 03-27-20
[Andrew Cuomo] attended Fordham University and Albany Law School.
[Chris Cuomo] attended Yale University and Fordham Law.

New Jersey Psychotherapist Sees Spike in Online Teletherapy Amid Coronavirus Epidemic
EIN Technology Today 03-27-20
[Tania Ades] completed her Master’s Degree in Social Work at the Graduate School of Social Service at Fordham University.

4584 Coronavirus Update – ENGINEERED? Dr. Paul Cottrell and Stefan Molyneux
Player FM 03-27-20
Dr. [Paul] Cottrell is currently at Harvard University as an ALM candidate specializing in Biology and has completed the Pre-Medical program at Fordham University.

Seyfarth Keeps Building in New York With Additions to Real Estate Group
Seyfarth 03-17-20
[Michael Waters] received his law degree from Fordham University School of Law and has also spent his entire career in New York.

OBITUARIES

Joseph O’Hare, S.J., 89, Of New York, NY, Former Fordham President
The Rev. Joseph O’Hare, Resourceful President of Fordham, Dies at 89
The New York Times 04-01-20
The Rev. Joseph A. O’Hare, who as the longest-serving president of Fordham University transformed it into a national institution and applied the moral rectitude of his clerical collar to civic reform in New York City, died on Sunday in the Bronx.

Joseph O’Hare, S.J., 89, Of New York, NY, Former Fordham President
Father Joseph O’Hare, Longtime Fordham University President, Dies At Age 89
CBS New York 03-31-20
Fordham University is mourning the loss of its longest serving president, Father Joseph O’Hare.

Joseph O’Hare, S.J., 89, Of New York, NY, Former Fordham President
Fordham University’s Father Joseph O’Hare passes
Irish Central 04-01-20
Father Joseph O’Hare, Fordham University’s longest-serving president and a respected civic leader in New York for decades, died on March 29 at the age of 89.

Joseph O’Hare, S.J., 89, Of New York, NY, Former Fordham President
Father Joseph O’Hare, founding NYC campaign finance board chair and ex-Fordham president, dies at 89
New York Daily News 03-31-20
Father Joseph O’Hare, the founding chairman of the city’s campaign finance board and former president of Fordham University, died Sunday.

Joseph O’Hare, S.J., 89, Of New York, NY, Former Fordham President
Joseph A. O’Hare, S.J., former editor of America and president of Fordham, dies at 89
America Magazine 03-30-20
Joseph A. O’Hare, S.J., who served America as its editor in chief from 1975 to 1984 and transformed Fordham University as its president, died March 29 at Murray-Weigel Hall in the Bronx, N.Y.

Joseph O’Hare, S.J., 89, Of New York, NY, Former Fordham President
Joseph O’Hare, former Fordham president and campaign finance chair, dies at 89
Politico 03-30-20
The Rev. Joseph A. O’Hare, who served as president of Fordham University for nearly two decades and was a founding chair of the city’s Campaign Finance Board — died Sunday night in New York City.

Kevin Thomas Duffy, 87, Of Greenwich, CT, U.S. Judge
Kevin Thomas Duffy, U.S. Judge in Terrorism Cases, Dies at 87
The New York Times 04-01-20
After earning bachelor’s and law degrees from Fordham University, he was an assistant United States attorney in Manhattan and a lawyer in private practice.

Kevin Thomas Duffy, 87, Of Greenwich, CT, U.S. Judge
Kevin Duffy, judge who presided over terrorism trials, dies at 87 of coronavirus
Washington Post 04-02-20
He graduated in 1954 from Fordham University and in 1958 from its law school.

Kevin Thomas Duffy, 87, Of Greenwich, CT, U.S. Judge
Renowned federal judge from Greenwich dies due to the coronavirus
Connecticut Insider 04-01-20
Kevin Thomas Duffy was born in New York City in 1933, and he graduated from Fordham University and its law school in 1958. He once described himself as “a poor Irish kid from the Bronx.”

Marion Hunt, 57, Of New Haven, CT, Clinician and Counselor
Report: First New Haven resident to die of coronavirus buried
The Hour 04-02-20
He was the youngest of four boys, had a master’s degree from Fordham University and was a talented singer, a clinician and counselor at Cornell Scott Hill Health Center.

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