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Rams in the News: November 8, 2018

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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

Fordham University Opens Renovated London Campus
Globe St 11-2-18
Fordham University held an official dedication for its refurbished London Centre campus here on Clarkenwell Road earlier this week.

BRYAN MASSINGALE
Panels at Fordham and Georgetown ask how the church should emerge from abuse crisis
National Catholic Reporter 11-7-18
Fr. Bryan Massingale, professor of theology at Fordham, said at that school’s seminar Oct. 29 that the current crisis is a “3.0” version.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

Global Asset Allocation Summit in New York: China Mode Output Global Arbitrage
Sohu 11-6-18
On October 20th, the Global Asset Allocation Summit and the four-year annual meeting of Haitou Global (New York) were successfully held at the Fordham University Lincoln Center Campus in New York.

Links for 11/6/18
National Catholic Reporter 11-6-18
In collaboration with the Center on Religion and Culture at Fordham University, NCR will be hosting a briefing for reporters covering next week’s U.S. bishops’ conference meeting.

Loukoumi Good Deed Bus Making a Difference in the Community
The National Herald 11-5-18
The next stop on the Loukoumi Good Deed tour was Fordham University in the Bronx for Family Weekend, together with Fordham Kiwanis and Up ’til dawn, to make a card and donate to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Fordham University Opens Renovated London Campus
Globe St 11-2-18
Fordham University held an official dedication for its refurbished London Centre campus here on Clarkenwell Road earlier this week.

Fordham University and Southern Westchester BOCES Announce Dynamic Speaker Series for Educational Leaders
Times Union 11-1-18
The Fordham University Graduate School of Education’s Division of Educational Leadership, Administration and Policy and Southern Westchester BOCES are pleased to announce an upcoming speaker series for current and aspiring school and district leaders in the greater New York City area.

Fifth Annual Bilingual Fair Being Held in NYC, Offers ‘Amazing Gift’ to Children
The Epoch Times 11-1-18
The fifth annual Bilingual Fair in New York City will be held on Nov. 3, at the Fordham Library in the Lincoln Center, giving students and parents the opportunity to learn about bilingual education.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS

What to read this week: New books by Gary Giddins, Hiro Arikawa and Ron Howell
Bristol Herald Courier 11-7-18
The author is his grandson, a veteran journalist at Newsday and other publications. (Fordham University Press, $29.95)

ADMINISTRATORS

DAVID GIBSON
Resurgence Of Cleric Scandal Invigorates Conservative U.S. Critics Of Pope Francis
OPB 11-7-18
“It’s kind of a perfect storm that has really tossed the pope’s pontificate around”, says David Gibson, director of the Center on Religion and Culture at Fordham University, who was in Rome for the Synod.

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

6 ways to make the most of your week in New York City
ABC 7 New York 11-6-18
Blockchain developers, startups and enthusiasts won’t want to miss blockchain hackathon at Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business this Saturday.

Museum of American Finance to Present Program on Democratizing Finance
Business Wire 11-7-18
It is presented by the Museum of American Finance, in partnership with the Fordham University Gabelli Center for Global Security Analysis.

Museum of American Finance to Present Program on Democratizing Finance
FOX 40 11-7-18
“Democratizing Finance: Expanding Access through FinTech” is co-sponsored by Protiviti and TIAA with Thisis212 (media sponsor). It is presented by the Museum of American Finance, in partnership with the Fordham University Gabelli Center for Global Security Analysis.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

NESTOR DAVIDSON
Dreaming up Western Reserve — the 51st state?
Cleveland.com 11-7-18
“I do think we are seeing a rise in state local conflicts in a number of policies and an increasing willingness of state legislatures to exercise whatever power they have to rein cities in,” said Fordham University law Professor Nestor Davidson, who focuses on local government.

MATTHEW GOLD
USMCA: A TPP Redux?
The New American 11-5-18
Speaking on the same program, Fordham Law Professor Matthew Gold elaborated how Trump’s “big win” in regard to the USMCA/NAFTA renegotiations with Canada comes directly from the TPP.

COREY BRETTSCHNEIDER
Trump’s attack on birthright citizenship betrays his ignorance – and his weakness
The Guardian 11-3-18
Corey Brettschneider is professor of political science at Brown University, where he teaches constitutional law and politics, as well as visiting professor of law at Fordham Law School.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
Alternate universe: The 2018 election contests that might have been
City and State New York 11-2-18
Without James in the picture, Fordham Law professor Zephyr Teachout would likely have been the front-runner for state attorney general, although Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney might have come out ahead in the Democratic field.

RAYA SALTER
New book examines energy justice, how policy affects those outside of decision makers, politicians
Phys.org 11-2-18
The book was edited by Raya Salter, principal, Imagine Power LLC and adjunct professor at Fordham University School of Law

SUSAN SCAFIDI
Choo Versus Chu: Jimmy Choo Takes Trademark Action Against Fashion Student
Business of Fashion 11-2-18
Susan Scafidi, founder and director of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham University’s School of Law, said these disputes are common — so much so that she always urges young designers not to name their businesses after themselves.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
Handbag makers in the US caught off guard by trade war
CGTN 11-1-18
“I think the contemporary price points – those handbags that are running between 150 and 500 dollars – that range are going to be affected the most,” said Susan Scafidi, Director of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham Law School.

JERRY H. GOLDFEDER
OPINION: Defy the violence, go vote
Brooklyn Daily Eagle 11-1-18
Jerry H. Goldfeder is an election lawyer and teaches at Fordham Law School and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

DEBORAH DENNO
There Sure Is a Lot of Nazi Stuff Going On Out in America Right Now!
Esquire 11-1-18
Leuchter worked on between 1979 and 1990, according to an article by Fordham University professor Deborah Denno in the William and Mary Law Review.

DEBORAH DENNO
Death row inmate orders bizarre last meal
New York Post 11-1-18
Tennessee’s chair, which hasn’t been used since 2007, is one of several execution devices Leuchter worked on between 1979 and 1990, Fordham University Professor Deborah Denno wrote in the William and Mary Law Review.

DEBORAH DENNO
Man who built electric chair for Thursday execution had no engineering credentials
ABA Journal 11-1-18
Deborah Denno, a professor at the Fordham University School of Law, wrote in a law review article that Leuchter was a self-taught device-maker with a history degree.

JOHN PFAFF
How 2018 voters could change America’s criminal justice system
KOPITIAM BOT 11-1-18
Analyzing data from state judiciaries, John Pfaff, a criminal justice expert at Fordham University, compared the number of crimes, arrests, and prosecutions from 1994 to 2008.

JOHN PFAFF
raceAhead: Who Was Willie Horton?
Fortune 11-1-18
John F. Pfaff, an author and professor at Fordham Law School, says “the Willie Horton Effect” continues to plague criminal justice reform efforts to this day.

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE FACULTY

LYN SLATER
AGING, AMBITION, AND LATE BLOOMERS: THE GOALS THAT PUSH US ONWARD AFTER 60
Sixty & Me 11-6-18
And speaking of models, Fordham University Professor and “Accidental Icon” Lyn Slater landed a modeling contract with Elite Model Management’s Special Bookings division at the age of 64.

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY

PAUL D. MCNELIS
[November 9] Statistical Academic Lecture
Channel of Campus Aggregation 11-7-18
Professor Paul D. McNelis is a well-known scholar in international macroeconomics, especially in the fields of international finance. He is currently a professor of economics and finance at Robert Bendheim, Department of Finance, Fordham University School of Business Administration.

JAMES KELLY
MCR: Invest and Make Money with the Power of Knowledge
Investor Point 11-1-18
Behavioral finance is central to value investing. This is a quote that Jim Kelly, director of the Gabelli Center for Global Security Analysis at Fordham University, stated leading up to a presentation given by Professor Andrew W. Lo on January 24, 2018 at the Museum of American Finance.

TIMOTHY D. MALEFYT
‘Welcome to #Hustletown’: How hustle culture took over advertising
Digiday 11-4-18
Timothy D. Malefyt, a clinical associate professor at Fordham University who specializes in marketing, said that he’s found his students in the advertising industry expressing that “hustle” is what you have to do.

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

BRYAN MASSINGALE
Panels at Fordham and Georgetown ask how the church should emerge from abuse crisis
National Catholic Reporter 11-7-18
Fr. Bryan Massingale, professor of theology at Fordham, said at that school’s seminar Oct. 29 that the current crisis is a “3.0” version.

HUGH KELLY
REBNY to honor Diane Ramirez with Lifetime Leadership award
Real Estate Weekly 11-7-18
Hugh F. Kelly of Fordham University will moderate our next Commercial Crossfire on Wednesday, November 13 from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. at 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

HEATHER DURBROW
Interlude Between Lyric / The Between-ness of Lyric and Lyrik im Dazwischen (INSL, Lausanne)
Fabula 11-6-18
Scientific Committee: Heather Dubrow (Fordham University, NYC)

DANIEL ALEXANDER JONES
Interview with Daniel Alexander Jones
Howl Round 11-5-18
I have taught at almost every theater where my work has been produced; at Playwrights’ Center and New Dramatists; at community centers; all the time in one-on-one tutorials; at Goddard College and UT Austin MFA programs; currently I am at Fordham University.

J. ALAN CLARK
Skin-eating fungus is killing all of New York’s bats
New York Post 11-4-18
The Little Brown Bat that’s common in New York City is among the species that have been decimated by the disease, according to Fordham University Biological Sciences professor, J. Alan Clark, who has researched the city’s bat population using acoustic monitoring.

LAWRENCE KRAMER
New York Composers Premiering Music at Fordham University Concert Series
Broadway World 11-2-18
The concert is curated by Lawrence Kramer (Kramer), Distinguished Professor of English and Music at Fordham.

NICHOLAS TAMPIO
Scams in Fortnite increase and become increasingly convincing
N+1 11-2-18
And as a curious fact, political scientist Nicholas Tampio Fordham University was encouraged to try Fortnite and then say that he did not seem to teach the right values.

PAUL LEVINSON
Grant funds forum on ‘fake news’
Citizen’s News 11-2-18
The keynote speaker for the forum, which is entitled: “Fake News in Real Context,” is Paul Levinson, a professor at Fordham University.

JASON STEIDL
Animosity, attacks against LGBT Catholics create ‘toxic atmosphere’
National Catholic Reporter 11-2-18
“We haven’t seen this before,” said Steidl, a postdoctoral teaching fellow at Fordham University and advocate for the LGBTQ community in the church.

ROBERT HUME
FACT CHECK: Can Trump End Birthright Citizenship With An Executive Order?
News Hub 11-1-18
Professor Robert Hume, chair of the political science department at Fordham University, agreed with Abrams’ conclusion.

CHRISTINA GREER
2020 STARTS NOW
OZY 11-7-18
“I don’t necessarily want to buy it just yet, but … I’ve heard it a lot,” says Christina Greer, a political science professor at Fordham University.

CHRISTINA GREER
Stacey Abrams’ Political Rise Is Georgia’s Coming-to-Jesus Moment
The Root 11-6-18
Christina Greer, an associate professor of political science at Fordham University, said the Democratic Party will have to undergo its own autopsy report.

CHRISTINA GREER
Amy Walter on the National Picture; Newark’s Mayor on Water Crisis; Election Special: New Jersey; Vote Tomorrow: New York; The Other Side of the Ballot
WNYC 11-5-18
Christina Greer, co-host of the New York politics podcast FAQ NYC and associate professor of political science at Fordham University, and Ben Max, executive editor of Gotham Gazette and co-host of the Max & Murphy podcast, preview the contested New York City and State campaigns.

CHRISTINA GREER
The Week Ahead in New York Politics, November 5
Gotham Gazette 11-4-18
During Monday’s Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC radio (10 a.m.-12 p.m.), Gotham Gazette’s Ben Max and Dr. Christina Greer of Fordham University will preview Election Day in New York at 11 a.m.

CHRISTINA GREER
Remembering Matthew Shepherd and so many others
Amsterdam News 11-1-18
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 podcast FAQ-NYC and the host of The Aftermath on Ozy.com.

CHRISTINA GREER
Is Oprah the key to energizing Georgia voters?
MSNBC 11-1-18
In the final stretch before the midterms, Democrats are hoping for one thing: turnout. Melina Abdullah, Professor and Chair of Pan-African Studies at California State University, and Christina Greer, political scientist and professor at Fordham University, join Craig Melvin to discuss the impact the Oprah factor will have on the Georgia gubernatorial election.

CHRISTINA GREER
For black women in Georgia backing Stacey Abrams, a chance to break ‘the ceiling on top of the glass ceiling’
Washington Post 11-1-18
Christina Greer, a political-science professor at Fordham University, said that after keeping faith with the Democratic Party for so long, “black women feel like our time has come and our just due is well overdue.”

CHRISTINA GREER
Trump releases one of most racist political adverts for decades on eve of election
The Independent 11-1-18
Christina Greer, professor of political science at Fordham University in New York, told The Independent, the advert was clearly racist, and said part of the problem was the media was failing to correctly describe the president’s words and actions.

CHRISTINA GREER
Tyler Anderson Chosen to Prepare Unusual Spread – Mark Twain’s Fantasy Meal
We-Ha 11-2-18
Anderson and an eclectic group of celebrities including Offerman, Jeff Tweedy, Wanda Sykes, Dr. Christina Greer, and author Andy Beahrs met in the Twain House in Hartford to wine and dine in the essence of the eccentric Twain.

STEPHEN GRIMM
Philosophy as a Way of Life Project Launched with $800K Grant
Daily Nous 11-1-18
The co-leaders of the project are Stephen Grimm (Fordham University), Steve Angle (Wesleyan University), and Caleb Cohoe (Metropolitan State University of Denver).

FORMER FACULTY

HENRYK NIENALTOWSKI
The story of 10 Capuchin friars who went from a Nazi concentration camp to Ringling Manor
Daily Record 11-1-18
Henryk Nienaltowski, was known as Rasal in Polish and Raphael in English. He received a PhD from the Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. and taught at Fordham University in New York City.

COSTAS PANAGOPOULOS
My Freedom of Speech Was Stolen – Eight Times! Here’s what I did
Op Ed News 11-5-18
So what’s the big deal with yard signs? Professor of political science at Fordham University, Costas Panagopoulos, did a study and he says “in close, competitive races, (yard signs) can make a difference in determining the outcome of an election.”

STUDENTS

Hellenic Lawyers Association Holds 30th Annual Gala, Honors Judge Katsas (Vid & Pics)
The National Herald 11-4-18
The first two scholarships were sponsored and presented by Nicholas Papain to Vasiliki Sakellaridis, 3rd year law student at Fordham University School of Law, and Nicholas Hilaris, 3rd year law student at Brooklyn Law School.

Why are there so many pigeons?
Dia Caf 11-3-18
“Pigeons are natural climbers and buildings imitate rocks very well. Ornaments, windows, and air conditioning units offer ideal pigeon-like places, similar to cracks and cavities in the cliffs, “said Elizabeth Carlen of Fordham University in New York City, a researcher studying the evolution of urban pigeons.

Why Do We Fear Vodou?
Psychology Today 11-2-18
This blog was written with Evan Auguste, a third-year doctoral student in Fordham University’s Clinical Psychology program.

ATHLETICS

Fordham Return Of Rebounders Club
The Bronx Chronicle 11-7-18
The Rebounders Club, a spirit club organized and run by a group of dedicated alumni to enhance the men’s and women’s varsity basketball experience at Fordham University, is proud to announce its relaunch in conjunction with the school’s Department of Athletics.

Like Rams to the Slaughter
New York Sports Day 11-5-18
In a campaign that now stands at 1-8, Fordham has found defeat in many different forms.

What NHL’s new sports gaming partnership means for our future Seattle franchise
Seattle Times 11-5-18
And because of that, Mark Conrad, director of the sports-business program at Fordham University and an expert on legal issues surrounding sports betting, says there’s nothing preventing Seattle’s team from sharing in proceeds from a straight-up deal for data and logos.

Top 25 includes 4 teams that missed NCAA field last year
SF Gate 11-1-18
The Golden Eagles also add Fordham graduate transfer Joseph Chartouny and Nebraska transfer Ed Morrow.

Jones and Hunter in action this weekend
The Nassau Guardian 11-1-18
St. Thomas More features Joel Soriano who committed to play with the Fordham University Rams.

ALUMNI

Dr. Bernard L. Upshur Commemorated with a Lifetime Achievement Award by Strathmore’s Who’s Who Worldwide Publication
IT News Online 11-7-18
Born in Exmore, Virginia, Bernard [L. Upshur] obtained a M.A. in Education from Hunter College, a M.B.A. in Finance and Corporate Affairs from Columbia University, a P.D. in Urban Studies and a Ph.D. in Psychology in 1976, both from Fordham University.

GAMCO Investors’ Returns, AUM, and Holdings
Insider Monkey 11-6-18
[Mario J.] Gabelli graduated summa cum laude from Fordham University’s College of Business Administration, earned his M.B.A. from Columbia University Graduate School of Business, and has honorary doctorates from Fordham University and Roger Williams University.

Sue Walsh and Heather Seagroatt named to leadership posts in advancement
Princeton University 11-6-18
[Sue Walsh] holds a B.A. in communications from Fordham University.

Plaque honors the late William J. Dean Sr.’s 50-year education legacy in Holyoke
Mass Live 11-6-18
Before his career in education, [William J.] Dean earned a bachelor’s degree from Fordham University, a master’s from Columbia University and a law degree from the American University Extension Program.

South Dakota Hunger Summit To Focus On Food Sovereignty
Yankton Press & Dakotan 11-5-18
[Michael] Prate, originally from New York City, found his calling in food security following graduation from Fordham University in New York with a degree in theology.

We Rise Tutoring
Patch 11-5-18
These are some of [Patricia Skea’s] credentials: *Masters of Science in Teaching (Fordham University Grad.Sch. of Ed. 2014)

Generation Bio Appoints Antoinette Paone As Head Of Regulatory Affairs
Ritter Communications 11-5-18
[Antoinette Paone] earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from Fordham University, a Master of Science in organic chemistry at Yale University and a Master of Business Administration from Bentley College.

State Senate District 1 Democratic candidate Caroline Self may be ineligible for office
Yellow Hammer 11-5-18
[Caroline Self] went on to earn an undergraduate degree from Harvard and work at the White House before obtaining a law degree from Fordham University.

John J. Chopack, Jr. is now serving in a new board position at Benvenue Medical, Inc.
Relationship Science 11-5-18
[John J. Chopack, Jr.] EDUCATION: Fordham University – Graduate School of Business Administration

Top 25 includes 4 teams that missed NCAA field last year
Gaming Today 11-4-18
The Golden Eagles also add Fordham graduate transfer Joseph Chartouny and Nebraska transfer Ed Morrow.

State Voters’ Guide
The Telegraph 11-3-18
[Kara Rochelle] Education: Fordham University

Kapil Rathi is now serving in a new position at AlphaPoint Corp.
Relationship Science 11-3-18
[Kapil Rathi] EDUCATION: Fordham University – Graduate School of Business Administration

GKR Mangkubumi and GKR Hayu Will Dance in the US
Gudegnet 11-2-18
Notonegoro KPH at that time worked at the United Nations agency, UNDP in New York City while GKR Hayu continued his master’s studies at Fordham University in the same city.

Hoboken Proud: Malani Cadematori & Tom Kleupfel
Hoboken Horse 11-2-18
Malani [Cademartori] went on to graduate from Fordham University School of Law and was elevated to the position of partner with her current law firm of Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton in 2010—just 10 days before giving birth to the first of her two daughters.

Eastern Bartholomew County to see one of few contested local races
Indiana Country WKKG 11-2-18
[Hanna Omar] works for a financial institution and has bachelors and masters degree in political science from Fordham University.

2018 Virginia Beach Elections: Questions for candidates for School Board, At Large
The Princess Anne Independent News 11-2-18
[Dorothy M. “Dottie” Holtz] Education: B.S. in Education, Fordham University, NYC – M.S. in Education/with a concentration in Educational Technology, ODU

The November 6 elections are going to be historic
Impacto Latino 11-1-18
Son of former governor Mario Cuomo, Andrew Cuomo obtained a BA from Fordham University (1979).

No Need to Turn Back Time! Meet the Cast of THE CHER SHOW- Now in Previews!
Broadway World 11-1-18
Marija [Juliette Abney] received her BFA from The Ailey School/Fordham University and MA from NYU’s Tisch.

Elms College names president emerita
Berkshire Eagle 11-1-18
A 1952 graduate of Elms College, [Sister Kathleen C.] Keating received a master’s degree from Villanova University and a doctoral degree from Fordham University.

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