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Colleges take different paths to reopening
Crain’s New York 08-10-20
“All of higher education is wrestling with the big questions,” said the Rev. Joseph McShane, president of Fordham University.

How to Volunteer or Donate to Help Others This School Year
The New York Times 08-07-20
“It’s providing kinship,” said Tyesha Maddox, an assistant professor in the department of African and African-American studies at Fordham University.

Tales of Hope and Resilience as a Museum Reopens
The New York Times 08-13-20
Mark Naison, a 74-year-old Fordham University professor whose words and portrait are featured in the exhibition, understands how gathering tales of the pandemic can help to lift weary spirits.


Colleges take different paths to reopening
Crain’s New York 08-10-20
“All of higher education is wrestling with the big questions,” said the Rev. Joseph McShane, president of Fordham University.

The Biggest Lessons Westchester Executives Learned During COVID-19
Westchester Magazine 08-20-20
—Anthony R. Davidson, PhD, MBA, Dean, Fordham University School of Professional and Continuing Studies, West Harrison

COVID-19 College Marketing Draws Criticism
Inside Higher Ed 08-19-20
While some for-profits and large online institutions have increased their marketing spend since March, many public and smaller private institutions have had to reduce their marketing budgets, said Donna Lehmann, assistant vice president for marketing at Fordham University, a private nonprofit institution in New York City.

Catholic Universities and Colleges Ready to Respond to COVID Threat This Fall
National Catholic Register 08-19-20
In a request for information about Fordham’s plans for the fall semester, Bob Howe, assistant vice president for communications, noted that the school is resuming in-person classes on Aug. 26; and for further information, he referred the Register to the university’s COVID-19 updates on its website.

Simulated Lawsuit Teaches Emergency Medicine Residents How Med/Mal Works
Relias Media 08-11-20
Curato connected with Adam Shlahet, JD, director of the Brendan Moore Trial Advocacy Center at Fordham University’s School of Law in New York City.

‘Bad apples’ delusion: Like the Catholic Church, police must confront an abusive culture
USA Today 08-12-20
David Gibson, director of Fordham University’s Center on Religion and Culture, is a veteran journalist who specializes in coverage of the Catholic Church.

Jazz Vespers
Commonweal 08-12-20
David Gibson is the director of Fordham’s Center on Religion & Culture.

Catholics and Cancel Culture
Catholic Outlook 08-19-20
David Gibson is a journalist and author and director of the Center on Religion and Culture at Fordham University, New York City, New York, United States.

Bloomsbury banks on Benedict, the pope emeritus
Publisher’s Weekly 08-10-20
Former journalist David Gibson, now director of the Center for Religion and Culture at Fordham University and a frequent Benedict-critic from the left, sees the Pope Emeritus as a fascinating subject for even the casual reader.


Further Consideration: No wonder Michelle Obama is depressed. Why aren’t we all?
Free Times 08-12-20
But as far back as 1964, the late presidential scholar Richard Neustadt warned us in hearings of the Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments at Fordham Law School, that constitutions cannot “protect you against madmen. The people on the scene at the time have to do that.”


AI as a blueprint for fintech startups
TechCrunch 08-20-20
He is also an adjunct professor at Fordham University School of Law.

How to reform police liability without involving McConnell or Trump
Washington Post 08-17-20
I. Bennett Capers is a professor of law and the director of the Center on Race, Law and Justice at Fordham Law School; John C.P. Goldberg is a deputy dean and Carter Professor of General Jurisprudence at Harvard Law School; Benjamin C. Zipursky is a professor of law and James H. Quinn ’49 Chair in Legal Ethics at Fordham Law School.

Coronavirus Updates: NY Sees Lowest Number Of COVID-19 Hospitalizations In Five Months
Gothamist 08-15-20
However, James Cohen, a professor at Fordham Law School, discussed forced quarantines with Gothamist in May, and said, “The so-called ‘police power’ is very powerful. It doesn’t permit people to be locked up at random. But if there’s a good reason, in particular a public health reason to quarantine someone and to impose limitations on their, sort of, travel, their exposure to others, then there’s no question that the state has the authority to do it.”

Mayor de Blasio Announces ‘Mend NYC’ From Harlem To Hollis For Hospitality Industry
Harlem World Magazine 08-14-20
“Mediation is the fastest growing dispute resolution process in the U.S. courts. It addresses the real needs and interests of disputing parties and provides greater efficiencies in the court system. This is an excellent opportunity for law students to provide access to justice for parties in conflict,” said Professor Jacqueline Nolan-Haley, Director of the ADR & Conflict Resolution Program and the Mediation Clinic at Fordham Law School.

Appeals court ruling for Qualcomm “a victory of theory over facts”
Ars Technica 08-14-20
But Mark Patterson, an antitrust scholar at Fordham University, told Ars that this wasn’t quite accurate.

With Bannon arrest, ‘Sovereign District’ sends another salvo
Associated Press 08-20-20
“It shows that the Trump administration cannot fully protect the president’s former associates from federal criminal prosecution simply by firing U.S. attorneys like Geoffrey Berman who honor their responsibility to seek impartial justice,” said Green, who now directs the Louis Stein Center for Law and Ethics at the Fordham University School of Law.

A Prosecutor’s Success Story: Change Without Labels
The Crime Report 08-12-20
The article cited a Fordham Law Review article by Lara Abigail Bazelon of the University of San Francisco School of Law and Bruce Green of the Fordham Law School.

Democratic Convention Opening Night
Fact Check 08-18-20
But Jerry H. Goldfeder, a lawyer who teaches election law at Fordham University School of Law, told us at the time that only Congress can delay the election.

Trump’s tweets are hollow, but Frank Underwood-style voter suppression is a real Election Day threat
Queens Daily Eagle 08-11-20
He teaches Election Law and the Presidency at the Fordham Law School and is the author of the treatise Goldfeder’s Modern Election Law, now in its Fifth Edition.

Brian Maryott, GOP Rival to Rep. Levin, Fends Off Democratic Claims of Ethics Violations
Times of San Diego 08-11-20
Government ethics consultant Mark L. Davies, an adjunct professor at Fordham University School of Law, said he had no idea whether San Juan Capistrano laws had been broken.

Why Is This Happening? The fight for asylum with Bridget Cambria and Tobias Barrington Wolff: podcast and transcript
NBC News 08-10-20
She’s an immigration attorney with the law firm Cambria and Kline and she’s also joined by Tobias Barrington Wolff, who’s the Jefferson Barnes Fordham professor of law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

‘Delusional Projectionism’: Lawyers Pan Bill Barr’s Fox News Interview as Partisan ‘Gaslighting’
Law & Crime 08-10-20
Weighing in with similar takes were Fordham University law professor Johnathan Pfaff and former U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Alabama Joyce White Vance.

Belgian Designer Accuses Virgil Abloh of Copying. Again.
The New York Times 08-13-20
“He’s standing at the pinnacle, and therefore he casts a long shadow, and he’s a target for everyone,” said Susan Scafidi, the president of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham Law School.

Brands Claim Their Clothes Kill Viruses. Will Consumers Buy It?
Business of Fashion 08-10-20
Susan Scafidi, founder and director of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham University’s School of Law, said brands need to be careful not to make general health claims, like that their products can protect consumers from getting Covid-19.

Hong Kong Media Tycoon Arrested in Blow to Democracy Camp
Bloomberg 08-09-20
“With the passage of the national security law, Beijing has launched a full-blown rectification of Hong Kong,” said Carl Minzner, a law professor at Fordham Law School and author of “End of an Era: How China’s Authoritarian Revival is Undermining Its Rise.”

Hong Kong police arrest pro-democracy media tycoon Jimmy Lai and raid newspaper offices
Fortune 08-09-20
“With the passage of the national security law, Beijing has launched a full-blown rectification of Hong Kong,” said Carl Minzner, a law professor at Fordham Law School and author of “End of an Era: How China’s Authoritarian Revival is Undermining Its Rise.”

Virus Fallout Ups Pressure on American Bar Association Reboot
Bloomberg Tax 08-19-20
John D. Feerick, a former Skadden partner and dean of Fordham University’s law school, recalled how, as a young lawyer, he served on an ABA committee after John F. Kennedy’s assassination that was instrumental in creating the 25th Amendment on presidential succession.

Reflections from “That Further Shore”: A Constitutional Lawyer’s Immigrant Family History
History News Network 08-09-20
John Feerick is a professor of law at Fordham Law School and the occupant of the Sidney C. Norris Chair of Law in Public Service.

Will Saudis in exile suffer the same fate as Jamal Khashoggi?
Al Jazeera 08-07-20
Karen Greenberg – director of Fordham University School of Law’s Center on National Security

Break up the monopoly party: Amazon, Google, Apple and Facebook are too big for the good of American consumers
New York Daily News 08-20-20
As we head into the final, frantic weeks before the general election, Fordham University law professor and political activist Zephyr Teachout is warning progressives everywhere to get ready for a huge political battle to break up the giant mega-corporations like Google, Facebook, Apple, Uber, Seamless and Perdue that dominate so much of our economic lives — and, increasingly, our politics.

New report finds majority of Americans support merger moratorium
The Hill 08-11-20
Zephyr Teachout, a Fordham Law School professor and proponent of breaking up monopolies, said “this polling is so important – it shows people are way ahead of politicians.”

The tech titans appeared before Congress—now what?
Columbia Journalism Review 08-06-20
Our first interview was with Zephyr Teachout, an associate professor of law at Fordham University, a former Democratic candidate for governor of New York, and the former national director of the Sunlight Foundation.


The Financial Devastation Of COVID-19: Here’s How To Help (and Find Help)
Forbes 08-18-20
Outside of work, I am an adjunct professor at the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University and a Fellow at the Gabelli Center for Global Security Analysis.

The Impact of the JOBS Act on M&A
The Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog 08-17-20
This post comes to us from Jitendra Aswani, Sudip Gupta, and Iftekhar Hasan at Fordham University and Anthony Saunders at New York University’s Stern School of Business.

Besotted with the ‘Bad Boys’
Deccan Herald 08-15-20
In a 2019 paper, Ahir Gopaldasa of New York’s Fordham University, and Susanna Molanderb of the Stockholm School of Economics Institute for Research interpret the Bad Boy as “a combination of juvenile masculinities (aggression, rebellion, hypersexuality), appealing qualities (charisma, ruggedness, sensitivity), and moral ambiguities (confusion, contradiction, and cumulation), which keep audiences engaged.”

International Perspectives From PRSA’s Global Affairs Committee
PR Say 08-14-20
Quentin Langley, chair of PRSA’s Global Affairs Committee, teaches PR, marketing and journalism at the Fashion Institute of Technology and at Fordham University, both in New York City.

What does no college football mean for college communities?
The Center Square 08-11-20
Mark Conrad, associate professor of law and ethics and director of the sports business program at the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University, said the cancellation of the football season could have a long-reaching impact on other sports.


What to Know About Homeschooling a Child With Dyslexia
VeryWell Family 08-20-20
Students with dyslexia need explicit, direct instruction in the sound structure of our language, according to Molly Ness, an associate professor of curriculum and teaching at Fordham’s Graduate School of Education.

Prof. William Baker, Professor and Journalist-in-Residence at Fordham University in NY.
Scientific Sense Podcast 07-25-20
Prof. William Baker, Professor and Journalist-in-Residence at Fordham University in NY.


All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Go
The New York Times 08-11-20
“Even among high-level fashion people, posting outfits is apt to be viewed as kind of tone-deaf,” said Lyn Slater, a professor at the graduate School of Social Service at Fordham University.


OPINION: Kamala Harris: The hope, excitement and trepidation of Black America
Atlanta Journal Constitution 08-21-20
As the first Black woman nominated to a major party ticket, Kirsten Swinth, a Fordham University history professor, said it’s important to note Harris follows in the footsteps of two important strands of women’s political leadership.

Trust the power of markets
UC Riverside News 08-19-20
Given their decision-making success, Maciejovsky and co-author David Budescu, a psychology professor at Fordham University, wondered why information markets are not used more widely by large organizations, which usually prefer groups and committees.

Mel Magazine 08-18-20
“Most people readily recognize the importance of seeking medical care for physical discomfort,” says Dean McKay, a professor of psychology at Fordham University.

Can UV light negate the 5-second rule for food?
Digital Trends 08-15-20
According to Stephen Holler, Professor of Physics at Fordham University, “Whereas UV-A can penetrate the skin deeply, UV-C is unable to get beyond the surface layer of dead skin cells. This helps keep it from doing much damage to people. However, bacteria and viruses are sufficiently small that it is able to penetrate their structures and do significant damage, effectively “killing” them and rendering them harmless.”

Using rocks in farmlands to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere
The Daily Star 08-14-20
Quamrul Haider is a Professor of Physics at Fordham University, New York.

Can an Army of Feral Cats Help Solve New York City’s Rat Problem?
Inside Hook 08-14-20
Michael H. Parsons, a visiting research scholar at Fordham University, and three co-authors published a study that found that feral cats were ineffective rat hunters at a Brooklyn recycling plant.

10 Books That Predicted the Future
Reader’s Digest 08-19-20
First published in the early 1950s, Isaac Asimov’s Foundation trilogy predicted a science called “psychohistory,” in which the future could be predicted by accurately measuring current developments and trends in human behavior and life, Paul Levinson, PhD, professor of communication and media studies at Fordham University (as well as a non-fiction and science-fiction author) tells Reader’s Digest.

A bipartisan COVID-19 compromise: Invest in improved care for elderly Americans
USA Today 08-20-20
Charlie Camosy is an associate professor of theology at Fordham University. His most recent book is “Resisting Throwaway Culture: How a Consistent Life Ethic Can Unite a Fractured People.”

Infanticide ok with 90% of NICU docs and nurses in Belgian survey
Catholic News Agency 08-19-20
Charlie Camosy, a bioethics professor at Fordham University, told CNA that he was not shocked by the survey data, given Belgium’s promotion of euthanasia for the elderly and sick.

‘Deeply flawed’: Catholics react to Harris VP selection
Catholic News Agency 08-12-20
Fordham University professor Charles Camosy, who left the Democratic Party earlier this year over the party’s stance on abortion, called Harris a “deeply flawed” choice for VP.

COVID-19 relief measures not expected to provide significant economy relief
Catholic Courier 08-11-20
“These orders sounded more important than they turned out to be in practice,” Boris Heersink, assistant professor of political science at Fordham University, wrote in an email to Catholic News Service.

Open-Air Exhibit Features Hopeful Stories for Trying Times
Nonprofit Quarterly 08-17-20
Take Dr. Mark Naison, a 74-year old Fordham University professor who said the virus robbed him of the two things he loved: personal contact with his students and playing tennis.

Keeping a Record of COVID-19’s Impact on The Bronx
Norwood News 08-14-20
Overseeing the project at the faculty level is Dr. Mark Naison, professor of History and African American Studies at Fordham University.

Tales of Hope and Resilience as a Museum Reopens
The New York Times 08-13-20
Mark Naison, a 74-year-old Fordham University professor whose words and portrait are featured in the exhibition, understands how gathering tales of the pandemic can help to lift weary spirits.

Stop obsessing over GDP when talking about the pandemic recovery
Business Insider 08-09-20
Sophie Mitra is a professor of economics at Fordham University (New York)

How to Volunteer or Donate to Help Others This School Year
The New York Times 08-07-20
“It’s providing kinship,” said Tyesha Maddox, an assistant professor in the department of African and African-American studies at Fordham University.

Timeline: Voter suppression in the US from the Civil War to today
ABC News 08-20-20
Christina Greer, an associate professor of Political Science at Fordham University, said gerrymandering “ultimately does hinder people from the right to vote.”

New York Amsterdam News 08-20-20
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.

Did Joe Biden and the Democrats finally show they have what it takes to beat Donald Trump?
The Independent 08-20-20
Christina Greer, professor of political science at Fordham University in New York, says she was struck this week by how speaker after speaker spoke less about policy, then about the practical act of voting.

What’s Next in the Queens BP Race & Lessons from the 2020 Primaries
City Limits 08-20-20
Later on in the podcast, Fordham University Professor Dr. Christina Greer discusses the lessons New York can learn from the June primary, Black voting patterns and more political news.

Max & Murphy Podcast: Dr. Christina Greer on Lessons from the 2020 Primaries, Black Voting Patterns & New York Politics
Gotham Gazette 08-19-20
Dr. Christina Greer, Fordham political science professor and co-host of the FAQNYC podcast, joined the show to discuss takeaways from the 2020 primaries, the battle raging within the Democratic Party, insights into Black voting patterns, and what might matter as we look ahead to the 2021 mayoral race.

Night 1: Michelle Obama, Bernie Sanders, Andrew Cuomo and John Kasich
WNYC 08-18-20
– 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)

Night 1: Dems Take Aim At Trump and COVID-19
WNYC 08-18-20
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)

How Kamala Harris’s Attack on Joe Biden Helped Her
The Atlantic 08-16-20
Biden’s selection of Harris may also signal that he is willing to be challenged himself, Christina Greer, an associate professor of political science at Fordham University, told me.

Business Chiefs Seek N.Y.C. Mayoral Candidate, With $100 Million as Bait
The New York Times 08-14-20
Christina Greer, a political-science professor at Fordham University, said many New Yorkers would be skeptical of “equitable” policies emerging from Bloomberg administration veterans.

What are Kamala Harris’s economic priorities?
Marketplace 08-13-20
Of course that was in the before times. “I think we were in such a different country back then. We were in, quite honestly, a different world,” said Christina Greer, associate professor of political science at Fordham University and politics editor at

Please don’t forget to fill out your Census
New York Amsterdam News 08-32-20
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.

Analysis: What Kamala Harris Brings to the Biden Ticket
NY1 08-12-20
“It’s never a safe bet if you choose a woman or a person of color and especially a woman of color. But as far as ideologically, she’s not left like Elizabeth Warren,” said Christina Greer, Associate Professor of Political Science at Fordham University in New York and author of “Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream.”

Veep Pick & Other National Politics; Protest Developments in NYC; Principals Panel
WNYC 08-12-20
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 about Joe Biden’s pick of Senator Kamala Harris as vice presidential nominee.

‘What’d You Miss?’ Full Show (08/11/2020)
Bloomberg 08-11-20
Guests Today: Shamaila Khan of AB, Rick Davis of Stone Court Capital, Fmr. Aide to Hillary Clinton Basil Smikle, Christina Greer of Fordham University.

Trump Takes Executive Action as Stimulus Negotiations Stall
NY1 08-08-20
“He recognizes that for November 3rd he will be held to task because of the millions upon millions of people who are unemployed or have no jobs to go back to,” Christina Greer, Fordham University professor, told NY1.

Sunday on ‘This Week’: Senator Chuck Schumer, Larry Kudlow
ABC News 08-07-20
Plus, the Powerhouse Roundtable discusses all the week’s politics with ABC News Political Analyst Matthew Dowd, Democratic Strategist and CNN Contributor Paul Begala, Fordham University Associate Professor Christina Greer, and Republican Strategist and CNN Political Commentator Alice Stewart.

We must pay attention to secret police
New York Amsterdam News 08-06-20
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.


Garden City Friends of Music 2020 Outstanding Achievement Awards
The Garden City News 08-20-20
[Paul Stein] will be furthering his education and music career at Fordham University.

Empty classrooms, studios and stages: In the covid-19 era, an arts education requires an even greater leap of faith
Washington Post 08-20-20
Lilian Rebelo of Cranford, N.J., is a rising senior at Fordham University, majoring in theater and Latin American studies.

‘Kamala Auntie’ prompts examination of anti-Blackness for South Asians
NBC News 08-19-20
[Yuki] Yamazaki is half-south Indian, half-Japanese and is studying Asian Americans and colorism at Fordham University.

Fordham senior hopes postponed season won’t cost him an NFL career
News 12 The Bronx 08-19-20
A Fordham University football player [Nick Zakelj] says he is concerned what the postponement of the Patriot League’s season will mean for his career.

Ocean Financial Federal Credit Union awards annual scholarship winners
CUInsight 08-19-20
Kylie McNeill, 17 of Garden City, graduated from Garden City High School in Garden City, NY and plans to attend Fordham University in The Bronx, NY.

MBA of NY Awards Real Estate Scholarships
Connect New York 08-12-20
Jasmine Gurreri – Fordham University; May 2021


Fordham Basketball Hoping To Get Back To Normal Soon
The Bronx Chronicle 08-14-20
Jeff Neubauer has not seen his Fordham men’s basketball team in five months.

KM’s Javari Wilson to play football for Fordham Rams
Kings Mountain Herald 08-18-20
Javari Wilson, the Mountaineers’ all-star defensive end, will be attending Fordham University in New York City.

BASEBALL: Mackenzie returns to his roots to stay sharp during MiLB shutdown
My Record Journal 08-18-20
The Red Sox signed [Jake] Mackenzie, an infielder, as an undrafted free agent out of Fordham University.

Ralston pitches in all-star game
Sunday Dispatch 08-08-20
[Corey] Wall, who pitches for Black, is from North Pocono and Fordham University.

Basketball is back. But getting used to games inside the NBA Bubble takes some time
Ottawa Citizen 08-08-20
When Vince Lombardi, the legendary American football coach, briefly coached basketball at Fordham University in the 1940s, he used to stand his team behind the end line on the court before each practice and issue the same injunction: “God has ordained me to teach you young men about basketball today. I want all those who want that training to step across that line.”


Missing Ghosts
The Sun Magazine 08-20-20
[Arthur Brina] applied to Princeton University just to show my grandfather the acceptance letter, then enrolled in Fordham University — a Catholic school where he received a full scholarship — because my grandfather had two other children to put through college.

WCT/MCA Welcomes Darren Farrington as Executive Director
Watertown Massachusetts 08-19-20
Darren [Farrington] holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from Columbia University School of the Arts and a JD from Fordham University with a focus on Media and Entertainment Law.

Grambling State University Appoints Kellye Blackburn Director of Career Services
Grambling State University 08-19-20
The Atlanta, Georgia, native [Kellye Blackburn] holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Spelman College, a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Clark Atlanta University, and a Professional Diploma in Counseling Psychology from Fordham University.

Rollin James Hawley Presented with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award by Marquis Who’s Who
24-7 Press Release 08-19-20
Dr. [James] Hawley received a Bachelor of Arts in biology at Fordham College in 1963, followed by a Doctor of Medicine at Drexel University in 1967.

Rooster Teeth Names A.J. Feliciano Head of The Roost podcast network
Broadway World 08-19-20
[A.J.] Feliciano holds a dual concentration MBA in Marketing and Communications/Media Management from Fordham Gabelli School of Business and a BA in Journalism & Media Studies from Rutgers University.

2020 Ones to Watch: Jared Paioff, Schwartz Sladkus Reich Greenberg Atlas LLP
New York Real Estate Journal 08-18-20
[Jared Paioff] Education: The George Washington University, B.B.A; Fordham Law School, J.D.

Neal Stoll selected as Top Attorney of the Year by the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP)
Fox 21 Delmarva 08-18-20
[Neal Stoll] later obtained his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Fordham University in 1973.

Tompkins Cortland Professor Receives Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to Colombia for Teaching History
The Cortland Voice 08-18-20
[David Flaten] has a B.A. from Gustavus Adolphus College (Minn.), M.A. from Fordham University, and Ph.D. from Fordham University.

Reshoring Jobs To The US Versus Made In China
Forbes 08-18-20
Ms. Bining Cai, a research consultant at Momentum Advisors and a recent graduate from Fordham University with a Masters degree in Global Finance, and Dr. Kevin Chen, the chief economist at Horizon Capital and an adjunct professor at NYU, provided assistance on this piece.

Men’s Club to learn about Medicare and hospice benefits
New Canaan Advertiser 08-17-20
[Martha Evans] Morris, who received her LSMW from Fordham University, has been with Regional Hospice since 2018, serving both as a social worker and its community marketing specialist.

40 Under Forty 2020: Sarah Connell Sanders
Worcester Business Journal 08-17-20
[Sarah Connell Sanders] Colleges: Fordham University, Boston College, Worcester State University

Renasant adds managing director to commercial lending team
Williamson Herald 08-16-20
[Paula] Torch received a Bachelor’s of Science in finance, manga cum laude, from Fordham University in New York.

‘We’re going to miss him’: Pac-12 Network won’t be the same without Mike Yam
The Athletic 08-14-20
[Mike Yam] grew up in New Jersey, attended Fordham University in The Bronx and had never lived outside the Eastern time zone.

The Teenage Bounty Hunters Cast Is a Mix of Newcomers, Seasoned Actors, and One Wu-Tang Member
Esquire 08-14-20
After studying acting at Fordham and Shakespeare at Oxford University, [Virginia Williams] appeared on TV shows like As the World Turns, One Life to Live, How I Met Your Mother, and Charmed.

My name is a compromise. My story is not.
Washington Post 08-12-20
[Stacy Torres’] mentor at Fordham University (“El Profe”) introduced [her]to a treasure trove of Caribbean and Latin American literature.

Wagons East: A native son returns home
Philadelphia Gay News 08-12-20
Maybe this started at 17, when [Sebastian Fortino] was accepted at Fordham University in New York City.

Election 2021: Eliza Orlins on Running For Manhattan District Attorney
Under the Radar 08-12-20
At Fordham Law School, [Eliza Orlins] clerked for judges on the New York Supreme Court and was Symposium Editor at the Urban Law Journal at Fordham Law.

Meet the Heavy Hitters Funding Lordstown Motors
Business Journal Daily 08-12-20
[Mark] Walsh, who could not be reached for comment for this story, cut his teeth as a real estate attorney in Miami shortly after receiving his law degree from Fordham University School of Law in 1984.

Disagreeing without being disagreeable
National Catholic Reporter 08-12-20
[Olga Segura] graduated from Fordham University, speaks Italian and Spanish fluently, and was born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

Marblehead students achieve academic honors
WickedLocal Marblehead 08-11-20
Parker Saltsman, of Marblehead, graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in finance from Fordham University in The Bronx, New York, in spring 2020.

Drs. Lisa and Richard Orbé-Austin: How To Thrive Despite Experiencing Impostor Syndrome
Authority Magazine 08-11-20
Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin earned her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Columbia University, and Dr. Richard Orbé-Austin earned his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education.

Cathy Carilli, CFA® Joins Fiduciary Trust International’s New York Office as Senior Portfolio Manager
FOX 40 WICZ 08-11-20
[Cathy Carilli] received her MBA in finance from Fordham University and graduated from Iona College with a BBA in finance.

Kamala Harris Is the Third Woman to Run as a Vice Presidential Candidate for a Major U.S. Party. Here’s What to Know About the First
TIME 08-11-20
After college, [Geraldine] Ferraro taught second grade in the 1950s, but got bored and started attending Fordham Law School at night.

Biden-Harris will be the first Democratic ticket without an Ivy League degree since 1984
CNBC 08-11-20
Walter Mondale (who attended the University of Minnesota and the University of Minnesota Law School) and Geraldine Ferraro (who attended Marymount Manhattan College and Fordham University School of Law) were the last Democratic ticket without an Ivy League graduate when they ran in 1984.

Biden tapping Kamala Harris to be his VP means the Democratic ticket does not have an Ivy League grad for the first time since 1984
Business Insider 08-11-20
Geraldine Ferraro: Marymount Manhattan College; Fordham University School of Law

Smithsonian Magazine 08-10-20
[Geraldine] Ferraro’s path to politics involved night classes at Fordham Law in Manhattan while working a day job as an elementary school teacher in Queens, a stretch of time devoted solely to raising her children, and a return to the workforce at age 38 as a prosecutor for the Queens Special Victims Bureau.

Seth DuCharme, top acting federal prosecutor, makes fighting violence his priority
Newsday 08-09-20
After four years as a federal marshal, [Seth] DuCharme went to law school at Fordham University, clerked for the late U.S. District Judge Richard Owen in the Southern District in Manhattan, worked as an associate at a white-shoe law firm, then joined the Eastern District in 2008 as an assistant U.S. attorney. There, DuCharme eventually rose to head the criminal division.

Blessings everywhere in 40 years as a priest, bishop
Arkansas Catholic 08-07-20
[Bishop Anthony B. Taylor] remember the two years I spent in New York as a graduate student at Fordham University during which I also served a parish in the Bronx.

Governor Whitmer signs Executive Order creating Food Security Council
WLNS 08-07-20
[Diana E. Marin] holds a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies and a Juris Doctor degree from Fordham University.

Nun combines two passions
The Vindicator 08-07-20
[Sister Mary McCormick] fit that piece together by earning such a degree in theology from Fordham University in New York City, which she described as one of the premier universities for theological studies.

A Comprehensive Book List For Your Little One (For 3 Years Old And Above)
Motherhood 08-06-20
Robert Munsch was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, graduated from Fordham University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history and from Boston University with a Master of Arts degree in anthropology.

Hyundai HCN : Olabisi Boyle Joins Hyundai Motor America as the Vice President of Product Planning and Mobility Strategy
Market Screener 08-06-20
[Olabisi] Boyle has a Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering from Columbia University, a Bachelor of Science in physics from Fordham University and a Master of Science in mechanical engineering from Columbia University.

Brittney N. Cavaliere
Hartford Business Journal 08-06-20
[Brittney N. Cavaliere] College: Fordham University

Cincinnati Financial Corporation Board Expands to 15, Appoints Two New Directors
Financial Content 08-06-20
[Charles O.] Schiff graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in history from Fordham University.


Dennis McCrory, 87, Of Boston, MA, Psychiatrist
Dr. Dennis McCrory, longtime local psychiatrist and rehabilitation pioneer, dies at 87
Patriot Ledger 08-20-20
It gave him lifelong friendships and launched his academic talent, as its rigor, with his intelligence and hard work, led to scholarships at Fordham University and NYU Medical School.

Ron Rawald, 56, Real Estate Executive
Ron Rawald, Cerberus’ head of international real estate, dies at 56
Pensions & Investments 08-19-20
After graduating from Indiana University and receiving an MBA from Fordham University, Mr. Rawald joined Equitec Properties Company in Indianapolis.

Sister Marion Lenihan, R.S.M., 95, Of Brentwood, NY, Nun
Obituaries, Week of August 22, 2020
The Tablet 08-19-20
She received a BS in Education from Fordham University, an MA in Religion from Providence College and a Certificate in Elementary Education from St. John’s University.

Michael Warren Walsh, 60, Of New Canaan, CT
Michael Warren Walsh, 60
New Canaanite 08-10-20
He earned his MBA from Fordham University and the CPA designation.

Sister Anne Marie Callahan, M.M., 85, Of Maryknoll, NY, Nun
Obituary: Sister Anne Marie Callahan, M.M.
Patch 08-06-20
She then transferred to Fordham University where she earned a Master’s Degree in Mathematics in 1962; during this time she also taught at Mary Rogers College, (located on the property of the Maryknoll Sisters Center) until 1967.


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