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Rams in the News: March 30, 2018

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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

Seventeenth Annual Fordham Founder’s Award Dinner
New York Law Journal 03-23-18
More than 1,000 Fordham University alumni and friends gathered at Cipriani Wall Street on March 19 for the Seventeenth Annual Founder’s Award Dinner, honoring John R. Costantino, at left, Barbara Costantino, center, and William J. Loschert, not pictured, with Founder’s Awards.

ESPN Deportes Number One Show
The Bronx Chronicle 03-24-18
[Felix DeJesus]  began his radio career back in his college days at Fordham University where he hosted his own show on WFUV 90.7 every Saturday.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

Hispanic Heritage Foundation and the US Army Convened Hundreds of Students at the LOFT STEM Leadership Symposia at Fordham University
Capital Wire PR 03-22-18
The Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) and the U.S. Army convened hundreds of students at Fordham University at the Latinos on Fast Track (LOFT) STEM Leadership Symposia on March 20th and 21st.

Marymount University Ballston Center Cody Gallery Dedicated
Alexandria News 03-23-18
Marymount University held a dedication ceremony of the new Cody Gallery in Ballston Center on Thursday, March 8.

Seventeenth Annual Fordham Founder’s Award Dinner
New York Law Journal 03-23-18
More than 1,000 Fordham University alumni and friends gathered at Cipriani Wall Street on March 19 for the Seventeenth Annual Founder’s Award Dinner, honoring John R. Costantino, at left, Barbara Costantino, center, and William J. Loschert, not pictured, with Founder’s Awards.

Marstons Mills man seeks medical parole in manslaughter case
Cape Cod Times 03-27-18
Massachusetts is one of five states that does not have explicit legal mechanisms for early release for prisoners based on their advanced age or health, according to a 2015 study by Fordham University professors and International CURE, an organization advocating criminal justice reform.

SCHOOL OF LAW

Fordham Law Clinic Highlights Major Gaps in Presidential Succession Plans
Business Wire 03-23-18
A Fordham Law School clinic report is calling for wide-ranging improvements to the preparations for presidential succession and inability scenarios, following a yearlong study under the supervision of Professor John D. Feerick, who assisted in crafting the Twenty-Fifth Amendment.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

BRUCE A. GREEN
What’s a key factor for your constitutional rights? Geography
Arizona Sonora News Service 03-22-18
Excessive workloads for public defense attorneys are a in every state in the U.S. Bruce Green, a Council member at the ABA and law professor at Fordham University, has called “the perennial financial crisis in indigent defense services” a nationwide phenomenon that has shown few signs of improving.

BRUCE A. GREEN
The president is the chief executive, but does not control the Mueller probe
The Hill 03-26-18
Bruce A. Green is the Louis Stein Chair at Fordham Law School, where he directs the Louis Stein Center for Professional Ethics.

JOHN PFAFF
What’s Inside the Prosecutorial ‘Black Box’?
The Crime Report 03-22-18
Since Fordham Law Professor John Pfaff wrote those words, in a paper published in 2011, analysts have been focusing on his argument that the nation’s historic and unprecedented prison growth since 1994 was not primarily driven, as many believed, by legislation—but rather by increased filing of felony charges by prosecutors.

MATTHEW A. GOLD
Beijing understands how dependent it is on the US market for growth: Pro
CNBC 03-22-18
Reality Check Founder Alan Tonelson and Fordham University Law Professor Matt Gold discuss fears of a trade war.

MATTHEW A. GOLD
How Can the U.S. Avoid a Trade War with China?
Knowledge @ Wharton 03-27-18
Wharton’s Marshall Meyer, Penn’s Jacques deLisle and Fordham’s Matt Gold discuss the potential for a U.S.-China trade war.

DAVID A. ANDELMAN
Trump sticks two thumbs in China’s eye
CNN 03-22-18
David A. Andelman, visiting scholar at the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School and director of its Red Lines Project, is a contributor to CNN and columnist for USA Today.

JOEL COHEN
Recalling judges just because we don’t like their decisions?
The Hill 03-23-18
[Joel Cohen] is an adjunct professor at Fordham Law School and is the author of “Broken Scales: Reflections on Injustice.”

JOEL R. REIDENBERG
Commentary: 5 Questions Facebook’s Leaders Still Need to Face
Fortune 03-23-18
Joel Reidenberg, a privacy expert with Fordham University, told me, “The relevant EU rules are based on general fair information practice standards, addressing a variety of aspects related to fairness in collection, purpose limitations, transparency of processing, accuracy, data subject access, and remedies for violations, and are more stringent because of their detail as well as some new twists.”

BENJAMIN ZIPURSKY
Assault victim can sue UCLA for failing to protect her: California court
Reuters 03-23-18
Many U.S. courts have ruled that high schools have a duty to protect students from foreseeable violence, but it has been less certain if the same obligation exists for universities, said Benjamin Zipursky, a professor at Fordham Law School.

LINDA F. SUGIN
Have museums been too generous with naming rights?
Apollo Magazine 03-26-18
Linda Sugin, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law at Fordham Law School, New York

JED SHUGERMAN
Lawyers Explain Why It Might Be Smart Not To Have Donald Trump As A Client
The Huffington Post 03-26-18
Jed Shugerman, a law professor at Fordham University, said that representing Trump in the Mueller probe could also threaten one’s professional reputation and may even put one in legal jeopardy.

KAREN J. GREENBERG
Gina Haspel’s CIA nomination ignores her history of torture and sets a dangerous precedent
NBC 03-14-18
Karen J. Greenberg is the director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law, the author of Rogue Justice: The Making of the Security State, and the editor of “The Torture Papers: The Road to Abu Ghraib and The Torture Debate in America.”

KAREN J. GREENBERG
Al Jazeera News
Al Jazeera English 03-23-18
Karen J. Greenberg on Trump’s third national security adviser, John Bolton.

OLIVIER SYLVAIN
Facebook Vowed to End Discriminatory Housing Ads. Suit Says It Didn’t.
The New York Times 03-27-18
“Facebook is essential to the information flow that comprises our public discourse,” said Olivier Sylvain, a law professor at Fordham Law School, who is not involved in the suit.

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION FACULTY

SHANNON R. WAITE
After an abrupt resignation, de Blasio appoints professor to New York City’s education oversight panel
Chalkbeat 03-27-18
Shannon Waite, a professor at Fordham University and former longtime Department of Education employee, was sworn in Monday evening to replace T. Elzora Cleveland — a panel member who abruptly resigned after casting a deciding vote to block two Queens schools from closing.

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

CHRISTINA GREER
We support all of our students
New York Amsterdam News 03-22-18
Christina Greer, Ph.D., is the 2018 NYU McSilver Institute Fellow and an associate professor at Fordham University, the author of “Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream” and the host of The Aftermath on Ozy.com.

CHRISTINA GREER
March For Our Lives Coverage
NPR 03-24-18
Christina Greer comments on March For Our Lives protest.

GARRETT BROAD
Public support for animal rights goes beyond keeping dogs out of overhead bins
The Conversation 03-22-18
Garrett M. Broad, Assistant Professor of Communication and Media Studies, Fordham University

SEVIN H. YARAMAN
IN LOVE WITH THEE: AN INTERFAITH JOURNEY INTO THE HEART OF THE MYSTIC
Publicnow 03-22-18
Performers for ‘In Love with Thee’ include:…Dr. Sevin Yaraman, Professor of Music, Fordham University

GEORGE W. DRANCE, S.J.
IN LOVE WITH THEE: AN INTERFAITH JOURNEY INTO THE HEART OF THE MYSTIC
Publicnow 03-22-18
Performers for ‘In Love with Thee’ include:…Curator and Artistic Director of The Magis Theatre Company and Fordham University’s Artist-in-Residence is Fr. George Drance.

JESSICA A. BALDWIN-PHILIPPI
Are we all remotely controlled by mysterious companies?
Neue Zürcher Zeitung 03-23-18
Accordingly skeptical is also Jessica Baldwin-Philippi, a professor at Fordham University, which has dealt extensively with digital campaigning in recent years.
[Translated from German]

JESSICA A. BALDWIN-PHILIPPI
The Big Data Panic
Medium 03-25-18
For Jessica Baldwin-Philippi, a professor at Fordham University, who has studied data-driven campaigning in recent years, it’s a reason to remain sceptical.

PAUL LEVINSON
And Now, This: How John Oliver’s ‘Legally Spicy’ Show Has Changed the Media Landscape
Observer 03-23-18
“The saltiest language and the most all-out searing attacks on Trump, all delivered with that intelligent British accent,” Paul Levinson, professor of communications and media studies at Fordham University, chimed in.

IPSITA A. BANERJEE
Putnam Valley Science Research Excels at local science research
Patch.com 03-23-18
Under the guidance of her mentor Dr. [Ipsita A.] Banerjee of Fordham University, Sarah was able to experience engineering research firsthand on the institution’s Bronx campus.

MONIKA L. MCDERMOTT
Why Donald Trump will weather Stormy Daniels
Salon 03-23-18
Monika L. McDermott, Professor of Political Science, Fordham University

MONIKA L. MCDERMOTT
Special report: The astonishing revelation about Republicans and lying
Deseret News 03-27-18
‘It’s not just about whether a politician is lying or not. It’s whether he’s lying on my behalf.’ — Monika McDermott, a professor of political science at Fordham University.

MONIKA L. MCDERMOTT
KCBS-AM News
KCBS 03-24-18
Monica L. McDermott conducted a study showing that affairs don’t bother people as much as hypocrisy.

MONIKA L. MCDERMOTT
How will the Stormy Daniels story affect the president?
BBC Radio 4 03-25-18
Monika L. McDermott on how people’s current expectations of the president will determine how the Stormy Daniels scandal plays out.

SAUL CORNELL
How the NRA resurrected the Second Amendment
Vox 03-27-18
“The current situation,” Saul Cornell, a historian at Fordham University, told me, “is kind of anomalous.”

SAUL CORNELL
The Lessons of a School Shooting—in 1853
Politico 03-24-18
Saul Cornell is a professor of American History at Fordham University, He is the author of A Well Regulated Militia: The Founding Fathers and the Origins of Gun Control in America.

NATHANAEL SYMEONIDES
Nathanael is Enthroned as Greek Orthodox Metropolitan of Chicago
Greek Reporter USA 03-25-18
Metropolitan Nathanael [Symeonides] is a guest professor of Christian ethics and bioethics at Fordham University, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, and Saint Vladimir Theological School.

MICHAEL E. LEE
Archbishop Oscar Romero was gunned down inside his own church 38 years ago. Soon he’ll become El Salvador’s first saint
The Conversation 03-23-18
Michael E. Lee, Associate Professor of Theology and Latin American Studies, Fordham University

NICHOLAS TAMPIO
Betsy DeVos said Common Core was ‘dead’ – it’s not
The Conversation 03-26-18
Nicholas Tampio, Associate Professor of Political Science, Fordham University

MARK NAISON
Advice For Student Activists: It’s A Marathon, Not A Sprint
NPR 03-23-18
“This is a long distance run, not a sprint,” says [Mark] Naison.

JASON MUNSHI-SOUTH
Take a walk on New York’s wild side
AFP 03-27-18
Wildlife has been increasing for about 30 years in New York, with its 11,735 hectares of park, where hunting is prohibited and there are few natural predators, says Jason Munshi-South, assistant biology professor at Fordham University.

ELIZABETH JOHNSON, C.S.J.
Campus Notebook: Elizabeth Johnson honored; Dayton installing solar panels
National Catholic Reporter 03-23-18
Fordham University will host a celebration of Sr. Elizabeth Johnson April 30, the university announced on its website.

STUDENTS

The trouble with attacks on political correctness
National Catholic Reporter 03-22-18
Brian Harper is a student and public service fellow in Fordham University’s Graduate Program in International Political Economy and Development.

Sean Doolittle and Eireann Dolan may be baseball’s most ‘woke’ couple
The Washington Post 03-27-18
For [Eireann] Dolan, a writer and graduate student studying religion at Fordham University, that style also includes clear support for the Black Lives Matter movement, increased gun control and other political issues.

ATHLETICS

LOCAL CONNECTIONS: Skrepenak, Cuccio swinging hot bats
The Times Tribune 03-27-18
After going hitless in the first four games of the season, Fordham University junior outfielder Chelsea Skrepenak (Holy Cross) hit safely in 17 of the next 18.

St. John’s and Fordham advance in WNIT
New York Amsterdam News 03-22-18
In seven seasons at Fordham coach Stephanie Gaitley has developed a winning culture.

News 12 The Bronx Sports
News 12 The Bronx 03-22-18
Women’s basketball team playing for their chance to be part of the NIT elite eight.

ALUMNI

Career Spotlight: Traci Wilk, a mindset toward success
The Sun Sentinel 03-22-18
Upon graduation from college I [Traci Wilk] moved to New York City and began my Masters program in Counseling Psychology at Fordham University.

Pirronne Yousefzadeh Directs New Play By Romana Soutus With All-Female Cast
BroadwayWorld.com 03-22-18
[Romana] Soutus graduated in May 2014 cum laude from Fordham University’s Theatre Program with a focus on Performance.

ESPN Deportes Number One Show
The Bronx Chronicle 03-24-18
[Felix DeJesus]  began his radio career back in his college days at Fordham University where he hosted his own show on WFUV 90.7 every Saturday.

New Springville resident receives honor from Harlem YMCA
SIlive.com 03-26-18
A graduate of Fordham University, Morgan [Blayke Vazquez] was vice-president of the Jewish Student Organization, and was a special segment reporter/commentator on the Fordham Nightly News (FNN).

Part 2: CUTV News Radio welcomes back Dr. Bernard L. Upshur of Infobid
Blog Talk Radio 03-27-18
Originally a fine arts professor, Dr. [Bernard L.] Upshur decided to earn his PhD in psychology at Fordham University.

The Truth About Charter Schools
Shondaland 03-16-18
Florina Rodov [holds an M.S. in education from Fordham University].

Felician University President Dr. Anne M. Prisco Honored by NJBIZ as One of the Best 50 Women in Business for 2018
Felician University 03-22-18
Dr. [Anne M.] Prisco holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Arizona (1979) with highest distinction, an M.B.A degree in Finance from Fordham University (1984), and a Ph.D. in Economics and Education from Columbia University (2000).

OBITUARIES

Regis Milhaven, 87, Of New York, NY, Nun
Sister Regis Milhaven, O.P.
The Tablet 03-22-18
She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from St. John’s University and a doctorate from Fordham University.

John Wesley Reed, 99, Of Ann Arbor, MI, Professor
In Memoriam
Legal Nes 03-26-18
In 1993, [John Wesley Reed] was awarded emeritus status from Michigan Law and continued teaching for 20 years while also teaching at Fordham Law School, as the George Bacon-Victor Kilkenny Chair for a Distinguished Visiting Professor in New York City.

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