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Rams in the News: Managing Election Stress

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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

DEAN MCKAY
How to deal with election stress: Before, during and after you vote
Care 10-05-20
If you find that news or social media consumption is triggering your stress, schedule specific brief times in the day to catch up, suggests Dean McKay, a doctor of psychology and professor at Fordham University in Bronx, New York.

CHRISTINA GREER
Christina Greer: Donald Trump ‘knows that he’s on the defense’
MSNBC 10-08-20
MSNBC’s Craig Melvin is joined by the former national press secretary for Kamala Harris’ presidential campaign, Ian Sams, the co-founder of The Lincoln Project, Mike Madrid, and Christina Greer, an associate professor of political science at Fordham University.

ALESIA MICKLE MOLDAVAN
New Math: An Explainer for Millennial Parents
Parents 10-07-20
In short, the goal of Common Core math is to reorganize math content so it reflects how students learn math, says Alesia Mickle Moldavan, Ph.D., assistant professor of mathematics education at Fordham University in New York City.

FORMER ADMINISTRATORS

NICOLA PITCHFORD
English professor named to top spot at Marin’s Dominican University
North Bay Business Journal 10-07-20
Before joining Dominican, Dr. Pitchford served as associate vice president for Academic Affairs and associate chief academic officer at Fordham University from 2009-2011.

ADMINISTRATORS

KEITH ELDREDGE
The Campaign to “Kill” the BDS Movement Against Israel Extends Far and Wide
Jacobin 10-06-20
In 2016, the dean of students at Fordham University, Keith Eldredge, used his veto power — the first time he did so in his tenure — to overturn a student government vote to approve the establishment of a Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) chapter on campus.

FRANK ZAMBRELLI
Responsible, Resilient, Relentless: Sustainability in post-crisis retail
Chain Store Age 10-05-20
Cara Smyth, Managing Director and head of Sustainability in Accenture’s Retail practice and Frank Zambrelli, Executive Director, Responsible Business Coalition at Fordham University.

DONNA RAPACCIOLI
Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business Launches Responsible Business Coalition
Globe Newswire 10-02-20
“The Gabelli School views business as a regenerative force for prosperity,” said Donna Rapaccioli, Ph.D., dean of the Gabelli School of Business.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

SUSAN SCAFIDI
PHOTOGRAPHER UNDER FIRE FOR USING A NUDE PHOTO IN A BOOK AFTER THE MODEL ASKED HIM NOT TO [NSFW]
DIY Photography 10-08-20
Professor Susan Scafidi of Fordham University’s Fashion Law Institute discussed the matter from a legal standpoint.

RICHARD SQUIRE
What it means when airlines get special aid
Marketplace 10-07-20
“They provide service to just about every congressman’s jurisdiction,” said Richard Squire, professor of law at Fordham University.

HOWARD ERICHSON
Supreme Court struggles over broad jurisdictional rule in Ford crash cases
Reuters 10-07-20
“I don’t know which way it’s going to go,” said Fordham law professor Howard Erichson.

HILLARY MANTIS
3 Tips For Getting Stellar Letters of Recommendation
National Jurist 10-06-20
She is Assistant Dean for Pre-law Advising at Fordham University and author of career books, including Alternative Careers for Lawyers.

CLARE HUNTINGTON
Are there government policies that will help the American family? We asked the experts
Deseret News 10-05-20
Subsidizing high-quality child care for all middle- and lower-income families would benefit children, families and the economy, said Clare Huntington, the Joseph M. McLaughlin Professor of Law at Fordham Law School.

JOHN ROGAN
What Happens If Pence Needs to Become ‘Acting President’?
Politico 10-04-20
Beyond the mere question of Cabinet rank, Trump’s personal proclivities for his administration’s personnel will inject another legal question: Fordham’s John Rogan has written that it’s not clear how Trump’s preference for “acting” Cabinet secretaries would affect the total number of votes to declare him unfit for office—whether they could vote at all or whether their departments would count toward the total number of votes needed.

NESTOR DAVIDSON
States Shouldn’t Hinder Local Gov’ts In COVID-19 Tenant Aid
Law 360 10-04-20
Nestor Davidson is a professor at Fordham University School of Law.

JERRY GOLDFEDER
Demand respect for results
Times Union 10-03-20
Jerry H. Goldfeder, special counsel at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, teaches election law at Fordham Law School and is the author of “Goldfeder’s Modern Election Law.”

BRUCE GREEN
Congress Needs to Empower DOJ IG to Hold Prosecutors Accountable
Bloomberg Law 10-02-20
What’s needed is an expansion of the powers of the DOJ inspector general, say Professors Bruce A. Green of Fordham Law School and Rebecca Roiphe of New York Law School.

JOHN FEERICK
Donald Trump and the 25th Amendment: How Would It Work?
Psychology Today 10-07-20
John Feerick, a Fordham University law professor who as a young aide helped Senator Birch Bayh draft the amendment, agreed.

JOHN FEERICK
Trump’s Treatment in Hospital Raises Questions About the 25th Amendment
NY1 10-03-20
“There is available to any president a vehicle to transfer powers and duties to the vice president for a limited period of time while the president recovers,” said John Feerick, a law professor and former dean at Fordham Law School.

JOHN FEERICK
Vital 25th Amendment the work of an Irish emigrant’s son
Irish Central 10-03-20
Professor John Feerick is the former Dean of Fordham Law school, a highly respected lawyer who was called on in huge arbitration cases but is best known by far for his pioneering work on the 25th amendment.

JOHN FEERICK
The Incapacitation of a President and the Twenty-Fifth Amendment: A Reader’s Guide
Just Security 10-02-20
The Clinic examined the text, legislative history, critical academic commentary, and judicial analyses of the amendment, reviewed all significant past studies, and consulted closely with leading experts, including Professor John D. Feerick, past Dean of the Fordham University School of Law, a principal drafter of the 25th Amendment who continues to be its preeminent commentator.

JOHN FEERICK
Trump’s recent COVID-19 diagnosis has ignited interest in the possibility of him invoking the 25th Amendment. Here’s how it works.
Business Insider 10-02-20
John D. Feerick, former dean of Fordham Law School, is one of the chief architects of the 25th Amendment who shepherded it through Congress in the early 1960s.

JOHN FEERICK
Trump COVID-19 test raises questions about contingency plans
The Hill 10-02-20
“These proposals were influenced by the sense at that time that, if Kennedy had lived, the country would have had to deal with the problem of presidential inability in a most tragic setting,” wrote John D. Feerick, a law professor at Fordham University and scholar of the 25th Amendment.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
A tiny team of House staffers could change the future of Big Tech. This is their story.
Protocol 10-06-20
“I felt like I could see Lina’s work everywhere in the [CEO] hearing,” said Zephyr Teachout, a law professor at Fordham University, pointing out that many of the questions harkened directly back to her academic work.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
Senate Dems Have a Big Supreme Court Opportunity Today. Will They Use It?
Jacobin 10-05-20
“Every single Democratic senator needs to be ready to vote to deny Mitch McConnell adjournment tomorrow, unless that adjournment takes Barrett off the table,” tweeted Fordham law professor Zephyr Teachout, who has been one of the most prominent Democratic voices demanding a stronger stance from congressional Democrats.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
Shut Down the Supreme Court Confirmation
Jacobin 10-04-20
Written by Demand Progress executive director David Segal and Fordham Law professor Zephyr Teachout, the op-ed lays out various tactics that can be employed.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
Professors Vs. YouTube: It’s Time To Reimagine What A Lecture Looks Like
Protocol 10-02-20
Rahman and Fordham University School of Law professor Zephyr Teachout laid out this case earlier this year, suggesting Congress could impose public obligations — like nondiscrimination and price regulations — on the companies.

FORMER GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY

LAURA GONZALEZ ALANA
ECSI: Proof That Engagement Pays Big Dividends
Engagement Strategies Media 10-02-20
Companies don’t innovate and “tend to follow what competitors do,” says Laura Gonzalez Alana, a Fordham University Assistant Professor of Finance and Business Economics.

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY

DONNA REDEL
Blockchain Bites: Square’s $50M BTC Investment, MetaMask’s 1M Users, BitMEX’s New CEO
CoinDesk 10-08-20
Donna Redel, adjunct professor of law at Fordham Law School, and Olta Andoni, of counsel at Zlatkin Wong, are two lawyers who have soured on the field (so to say): Regulators are circling, they said in an op-ed published in August.

MICHAEL PIRSON
Happy people in profitable companies
El Pais 10-03-20
“The humanistic design of organizations begins with the voices of interest groups being heard,” reflects Michael Pirson, co-founder of the Humanistic Management movement and professor of business at Fordham University in New York.

FORMER GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION FACULTY

VALERIE ROWE
UConn Gets $1 Million Gift From Former Trustees Chairman, Wife
Patch 10-08-20
Valerie Rowe, who holds a doctorate degree, is a retired associate professor at Fordham University’s School of Education.

DAVID RUFO
Cazenovia College welcomes three new faculty members to academic staff for fall semester
Observer-Dispatch 10-05-20
He previously was a clinical assistant professor in the Graduate School of Education at Fordham University, an instructor in Art Education at Syracuse University, and an elementary education teacher at Tully Elementary School and Manlius Pebble Hill School.

JORDAN DEVYLDER
Impact of Police Violence on Mental Health: A Theoretical Framework
American Journal of Public Health 10-05-20
Jordan DeVylder is with the Graduate School of Social Service, Fordham University, New York, NY.

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

GRANT SCHNEIDER
THINKING CREATIVELY IS THE WAY TO SUCCESS
Active Rain 10-07-20
Fordham University where I have been teaching the HR Certification course is now doing in person classes.

ALESIA MICKLE MOLDAVAN
New Math: An Explainer for Millennial Parents
Parents 10-07-20
In short, the goal of Common Core math is to reorganize math content so it reflects how students learn math, says Alesia Mickle Moldavan, Ph.D., assistant professor of mathematics education at Fordham University in New York City.

ASIF SIDDIQI
How the ‘right stuff’ to be an astronaut has changed over the years
National Geographic 10-07-20
“They’re green,” says Fordham University history professor Asif Siddiqi of the first group of cosmonauts.

TROY TASSIER
Here’s why experts say Cuomo’s shutdown won’t work
Crain’s New York 10-07-20
“People in a cluster zone will travel to other areas and potentially cause an expansion of the zone. But I don’t think this is what the governor is trying to stop with the plan,” said Troy Tassier, a Fordham University professor of economics who specializes in epidemiology.

TROY TASSIER
New York’s COVID Cases Rise Nearly 70 Percent in 2 Weeks After Flattening Out for Months
Newsweek 10-06-20
“The big challenge is schools reopening, recreating that density anew,” which had been reduced by social distancing, Troy Tassier, a professor of economics at New York’s Fordham University who specializes in epidemiology, told Reuters in August.

DEAN MCKAY
How to deal with election stress: Before, during and after you vote
Care 10-05-20
If you find that news or social media consumption is triggering your stress, schedule specific brief times in the day to catch up, suggests Dean McKay, a doctor of psychology and professor at Fordham University in Bronx, New York.

CHRISTINA GREER
Christina Greer: Donald Trump ‘knows that he’s on the defense’
MSNBC 10-08-20
MSNBC’s Craig Melvin is joined by the former national press secretary for Kamala Harris’ presidential campaign, Ian Sams, the co-founder of The Lincoln Project, Mike Madrid, and Christina Greer, an associate professor of political science at Fordham University.

CHRISTINA GREER
United States Postal Service
New York Amsterdam News 10-08-20
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.

CHRISTINA GREER
An hour separates us from the start of the first debate between US Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic Party deputy candidate Kamala Harris
Alhurra 10-07-20
Christina Greer, Fordham University (25:14)

CHRISTINA GREER
Talking about race
When Katty Met Carlos Podcast 10-04-20
Joining Katty and Carlos are Christina Greer, professor of political science at Fordham University, and the award winning South African journalist Justice Malala.

JEANNINE HILL FLETCHER
Social Justice Convocation to focus on racial justice
The Boston Pilot 10-02-20
Professor Jeannine Hill Fletcher, a theologian from Fordham University, will also speak on “How White Christian Theology can be Oriented Toward Anti-Racist Projects.”

KIRSTEN SWINTH
What Ruth Bader Ginsburg Learned From Swedish Social Democracy
Jacobin 10-02-20
Kirsten Swinth is an associate professor of history at Fordham University and the author of Feminism’s Forgotten Fight: The Unfinished Struggle for Work and Family.

STUDENTS

Remembering Sister Ardeth Platte, a prophet of peace in a culture of aggression
America Magazine 10-07-20
Joergen Ostenson, Sister Platte’s godson, a senior at Fordham University, received a letter from her each year on the anniversary of his baptism.

The lingering malaise of COVID-19: Need for mental health services has grown
Newsday 10-04-20
The Fordham University senior [Kelly Christ] wrote blog posts and ran social media for the North Shore Child and Family Guidance Center this summer in an effort to help destigmatize the need to seek treatment.

ALUMNI

Boulder County District Attorney ‘s Office adds Public Rights Project fellow
Longmont Leader 10-08-20
[Alex Cárdenas] attended Fordham University School of Law, where he earned distinction for performing more than 1,000 hours of pro bono work during his tenure.

Wilentz Shareholder Willard C. Shih Admitted To American College of Trial Lawyers
PR Newswire 10-08-20
The newly inducted Fellow [Willard C. Shih] is an alumnus of Fordham University School of Law.

Inflation Will Be a Game Changer
The Market 10-08-20
[Jim Bianco] has a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Marquette University (1984) and an MBA from Fordham University (1989).

Annie Peter, MD, FACC, a Cardiologist with The Heart House
The Score Daily 10-07-20
Throughout her academic career, Dr. [Annie] Peter received her undergraduate training at Fordham University.

What Your Enneagram Type Means for Your Relationship
Brides 10-07-20
[Jessica Baum] received an undergraduate degree from Fordham University and has a Master’s degree in mental health counseling from South University.

Nathaniel Witherell adds new directors of nursing, financial operations
McKnight’s 10-07-20
[Nunzio Raimo] holds a master’s degree in business administration from Fordham University and a bachelor’s in business administration from Iona College.

Grant Thornton Principal Priya Sarjoo named ‘Top 25 Consultant’ in 2020
Grant Thornton 10-06-20
[Priya] Sarjoo received a master’s of business administration degree in management and operations from New York University and a bachelor’s degree from Fordham University.

New York Assembly District 13: Meet Charles Lavine
Patch 10-06-20
[Andrew] Monteleone, of Syosset, earned a bachelor’s degree from Bucknell University, a master’s degree from Long Island University’s Post campus and a law degree from Fordham University School of Law.

Portage Point Strengthens Senior Leadership with Private Equity Investment Leader John Laguzza
PR Newswire 10-05-20
Mr. [John] Laguzza holds a BA from Georgetown University and an MBA, Masters in Taxation and Juris Doctorate from Fordham University.

The Real Word Ministries – A Non-Profit Public Charity Based In Brooklyn – Is Pleased To Announce The Launch of Their New Website
Daily Broadcaster 10-05-20
[Rickard Jean-Noel] will be graduating from Fordham University this December with a master’s degree in social work.

Sustainability Expert Dr. Tobi Petrocelli Joins MUFG to Lead Environmental and Social Risk Governance in the Americas
PR Newswire 10-05-20
A New York native, [Tobi] Petrocelli attended Fordham University, Columbia University and Walden University, where she earned a Doctorate in International Business Administration, a Masters in Sustainability Management and a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism and Communications. She will be based in New York.

Law: Katie Grant Crane, McAfee & Taft
Tulsa World 10-04-20
[Katie Grant] Crane graduated summa cum laude from the University of Oklahoma in 2009 and magna cum laude from Fordham University School of Law in 2013.

Screwed twice over: victims of abusive NJ Catholic clerics
Patheos 10-04-20
[Robert] Hoatson, who has a PhD from Fordham University, was ordained as a Roman Catholic priest in 1997.

Alvarez Keko Salazar Productions Presents Poseidon Theatre Company’s DRAMA
Broadway World 10-02-20
A graduate of Columbia University’s MFA Playwriting Program and Fordham University College at the Lincoln Center’s BA Theatre Performance Program, [Jeffrey James Keyes’] plays have been developed or featured at SoHo Playhouse, the Old Vic/Old Vic New Voices, 59E59, EST, Rogue Machine Theatre and the Prologue Theatre.

Good Sports: Sports journalism, sports psychology and softball memories
Access Nepa 10-02-20
Standard-Speaker sports editor Dave Seamon and SSPTV sports director Ken Cara will open the second season of their award-winning Good Sports podcast with a conversation with former Hazleton Area High School and Fordham University softball standout Maria Trivelpiece as she embarks on a career in sports journalism.

Rogue Ensemble Theater Presents Socially Distanced TITUS ANDRONICUS
Broadway World 10-02-20
Joey [Nasta] is a graduate of Fordham University’s Theatre Program, where he studied performance and directing, and received prior training at Paper Mill Playhouse.

Towuanna Porter Brannon hired to lead Thomas Nelson Community College
Augusta Free Press 10-02-20
[Towuanna] Porter Brannon earned a bachelor’s and master’s degree from St. John’s University and a doctorate from Fordham University.

Yonkers Mayor Spano Reappoints Dr. Rosalba Corrado Del Vecchio to Yonkers Board of Education
Yonkers New York 10-02-20
A doctoral degree graduate from Fordham University, Dr. [Rosalba Corrado] Del Vecchio is a qualitative researcher who specializes in educational leadership, administration and policy, with a concentration on partnership development and professional development of aspiring school administrators.

Bronx resident and nursing home director named ‘Unsung Hero’ in storytelling campaign
Bronx Times 10-02-20
[Lindsay] Sherman explained that her training from Fordham University set her up on how to work with people and be caring and supportive.

Extending a Warm Welcome to New Mason School Faculty
Raymond A. Mason School of Business 10-02-20
[John] Manuli holds an MBA from New York University and a B.S. in Psychology from Fordham University in addition to completing graduate coursework in Social Psychology at Cornell University.

OBITUARIES

Jim Dwyer, 63, Of New York, NY, Journalist
Jim Dwyer, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist, Dies at 63
The New York Times 10-08-20
As a student at Fordham University, he had hoped to become a doctor, until he joined the student newspaper, The Fordham Ram, and one day wrote about a rough-looking man having an epileptic seizure on a Bronx sidewalk.

Robert John Acocelli, 81, Of New York, Lawyer
Robert John Acocelli, 81
LKLD Now 10-06-20
Passionate for the law and for learning, he studied at Mount Saint Michael Academy and later at Fordham University.

Gerard Gannon, Of Brooklyn, NY, Professor
ST. FRANCIS COLLEGE BROOKLYN MOURNS THE LOSS OF GERARD GANNON
SwimSwam 10-04-20
Gannon earned his Master’s degree in social work from Fordham University.

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