Rams in the News: October 27, 2017

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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

JOHN BRENNAN
Former CIA chief John Brennan puts chance of North Korean conflict at 20 to 25 percent
CBS News 10-19-17
“I think the prospects of military conflict in the Korean peninsula are greater than they have been in several decades,” [John Brennan] said during a Q-and-A session at Fordham University in New York Wednesday evening.

Dodger fans make an appeal to their highest power: Vin Scully
Los Angeles Times 10-21-17
Vin Scully’s call of Kirk Gibson’s walk-off home run in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series — “High fly ball into right field; she is gone!” — is something many of us long-suffering Dodger fans can recite from memory.

FRANK MCLAUGHLIN
Briarcliff Manor’s Frank McLaughlin, White Plains H.S. Grad Jimmy Roberts Among Five Inductees into Westchester Sports Hall of Fame Thursday
NY Sports Day 10-18-17
Frank McLaughlin, a longtime Briarcliff Manor resident and for 27 years the Athletic Director at Fordham University, and Emmy Award-winning NBC Sports commentator Jimmy Roberts, a graduate of White Plains High School, will be among five inductees into the  Westchester Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday at the Westchester County Center in White Plains.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

100 colleges where applications are on the rise
MSN 10-19-17
79. FORDHAM UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK

Sex, gender, religion: Scholars discuss possible ‘reformation’
National Catholic Reporter 10-20-17
Disputes over sex and gender have ripped apart the Protestant world and threaten to create schism among Catholics, but perhaps there’s hope for a new Reformation about such issues, theologians and writers said in an Oct. 17 panel discussion at Fordham University.

Senior judge says China’s judicial reform includes mediation
Chinadaily US Edition 10-22-17
He and other legal representatives made their comments at a forum at Fordham University that was sponsored in part by Jams, a private alternative dispute resolution provider and the Chinese Business Lawyers Association.

Monument Sponsors Seek Information About Black Ga. Residents In Unmarked Graves
90.1 FM WABE 10-24-17
The remains of 872 African-Americans were recently discovered at Atlanta’s famous Oakland Cemetery, and a report from Fordham University found five slave cemeteries abandoned in Georgia, and another five in poor or fair condition.

College Access Fair
News 12 Bronx 10-20-17
[Video] Fordham University is hosting a college fair.

College Connection: Prepare for top career with less time in college
MyCentralJersey.com 10-19-17
Popular schools offering this option include: Fordham University, Penn State University, Fairfield University, Seton Hall University, University of Scranton, Drexel University and Quinnipiac University.

WFUV

Paul McCartney, Fleet Foxes, Tommy Stinson among Record Store Day Black Friday 2018 releases
Local Current Blog 10-24-17
The session was originally recorded for the Fordham University station WFUV in one long take to highlight the fluid transitions between the songs.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS

A politics of life rather than a policy about life. Nietzsche’s affirmative biopolitics. Special interview with Vanessa Lemm
Institutos Humanitas Unisinos 10-21-17
Among others she is the author of Nietzsche’s Animal Philosophy: Culture, Politics and the Animality of the Human Being(Fordham University Press 2009), Nietzsche and Contemporary Political Thinking (Fondo de Cultura Economica 2013) and Nietzsche and the Becoming of Life (Fondo de Cultura Economica 2014).
[translated from Portuguese]

ADMINISTRATORS

FRANK MCLAUGHLIN
Briarcliff Manor’s Frank McLaughlin, White Plains H.S. Grad Jimmy Roberts Among Five Inductees into Westchester Sports Hall of Fame Thursday
NY Sports Day 10-18-17
Frank McLaughlin, a longtime Briarcliff Manor resident and for 27 years the Athletic Director at Fordham University, and Emmy Award-winning NBC Sports commentator Jimmy Roberts, a graduate of White Plains High School, will be among five inductees into the  Westchester Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday at the Westchester County Center in White Plains.

SCHOOL OF LAW

St. Thomas offering online LL.M. program – Minnesota Lawyer
Minnesota Lawyer 10-20-17
Fordham University Law School in New York City offers on-campus LL.M. and MSL degrees in corporate compliance.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

HOWARD ERICHSON
J&J Challenges Talc Verdicts Across the Country (Audio)
Bloomberg 10-18-17
Howard Erichson, a professor at Fordham University Law School, discusses Johnson and Johnson’s attempts to fight several court cases across the country, which seek to hold the company liable for instances of ovarian cancer caused by its talcum powder products.

HOWARD ERICHSON
J&J Wins Reversal of $417 Million Talc Cancer Penalty (Audio)
Bloomberg 10-23-17
Erik Gordon, a professor at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business, and Howard Erichson, a professor at Fordham University Law School, discuss a court verdict, which overturned a $417 million penalty against Johnson & Johnson for knowingly selling cancer-causing talcum powder.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
This Year’s Token Racist Costume
Al Dia News 10-18-17
Susan Scafidi, professor at Fordham University and author of Who Owns Culture: Appropriation and Authenticity in American Law, stated in an interview for Refinery29 this past month that: “Halloween as a holiday has a history of being focused on inversion of power. It’s about turning the daily world on its head. People dress up as celebrities, cops, politicians, and other powerful figures, and it’s funny! But when you dress up as a culture that you are currently oppressing, or have subjugated in the past, you’re not inverting anything, you’re just kicking them when they are down… reinforcing current power structures in an offensive way.”

SUSAN SCAFIDI
You should think twice before trying to make money off social movements like #MeToo
Moneyish 10-20-17
“In American culture, we are fundamentally consumerist,” says Susan Scafidi, academic director of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham University.

JOHN BRENNAN
Brennan: ‘Implausible” Russians had no US cooperation on election
MSNBC 10-18-17
[Video] John Brennan is asked about election during on the record event at Fordham Law School.

JOHN BRENNAN
Former CIA chief John Brennan puts chance of North Korean conflict at 20 to 25 percent
CBS News 10-19-17
“I think the prospects of military conflict in the Korean peninsula are greater than they have been in several decades,” [John Brennan] said during a Q-and-A session at Fordham University in New York Wednesday evening.

JOHN BRENNAN
Former CIA director: Trump ‘inconsistent’ with Bush, Clinton, Obama handling of military deaths
CNN 10-19-17
[John] Brennan reflected during a question-and-answer session at Fordham University law school on his experiences observing Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama “at times of great pain and anguish” after US citizens’ lives had been lost.

JOHN BRENNAN
CIA Head: NKorea Months From Perfecting Nuclear Capabilities
U.S. News & World Report 10-19-17
“I don’t think it’s likely or probable, but if it’s a 1-in-4 or 1-in-5 chance, that’s too high,” Brennan said at Fordham University in New York.

GEORGE H. FRIEDMAN
Finra rule would let investors take arb claims to court if broker goes bankrupt during proceeding
Investment News 10-19-17
“It’s a logical, positive extension of Finra’s effort to protect investors dealing with defunct firms,” said George Friedman, an adjunct law professor at Fordham University and a former director of Finra arbitration.

C. EVAN STEWART
How an Uncommonly Silly Law Led to a Host of Very Consequential Supreme Court Decisions
JD Supra 10-19-17
[C. Evan Stewart] is an adjunct professor at Fordham Law School and a visiting professor at Cornell University

JERRY H. GOLDFEDER
Fixing government from the ground up: Say no to a constitutional convention and focus on local reform
NY Daily News 10-120-17
[Jerry H.] Goldfeder, an election lawyer at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP, teaches election law at Fordham Law School and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

JOHN PFAFF
The Supreme Court Justices Need Fact-Checkers
The New York Times 10-18-17
John Pfaff, a professor at Fordham Law School, is the author of “Locked In: The True Causes of Mass Incarceration and How to Achieve Real Reform.”

KIMANI PAUL-EMILE
Racist patients often leave doctors at a loss
The Washington Post 10-19-17
Kimani Paul-Emile, professor of law and biomedical ethics at Fordham University, coauthored a practice guideline in the New England Journal of Medicine on this issue, recommending that if a patient is either medically unstable or has impaired cognition, the assigned professional is obliged to provide care.

KAREN J. GREENBERG
Legal scholar discussed ISIS in U.S. at Riverside meeting
NewsTimes.com 10-21-17
Karen Greenberg, the director of the Center on National Security at Fordham University School of Law, spoke during the Fiorentino Group’s Women in Leadership series at a private residence in the Riverside section of Greenwich, Conn., Thursday night, Oct. 19, 2017.

ELIZABETH COOPER
After Weinstein Scandal, a Plan to Protect Models
The New York Times 10-23-17
Ms. Ziff had been doing a project with the legal clinic at Fordham Law School on the working conditions of models, and, said Elizabeth B. Cooper, an associate professor there, when it came to sexual harassment, “we were all mortified by what we found, and surprised by the limited scope of the current law.”

RABBI TSVI BLANCHARD
Is It A Threat To Call Someone A ‘Rodef’?
The New York Jewish Week 10-23-17
It tends to be an expression,” said Rabbi Tsvi Blanchard, who teaches religion and law at Fordham University.

BRUCE A. GREEN
Opinion gives guidance for legal services lawyers on advising with nonlawyer professionals
ABA Journal – The Lawyer’s Magazine 10-23-17
Bruce Green directs the Louis Stein Center for Law and Ethics at Fordham University School of Law.

JENNIFER GORDON
Student interest in immigration law rises with recent political developments
ABA Journal – The Lawyer’s Magazine 10-23-17
“We had to move to a larger room,” says Jennifer Gordon, a professor who teaches the class at Fordham. “Student demand jumped enormously.”

MATTHEW A. GOLD
What the Future Holds for NAFTA
Wharton Podcast 10-23-17
“The sunset clause is an absurd [demand]for a myriad of reasons,” said Matt Gold, an adjunct law professor at Fordham University who served in 2012 as the deputy assistant U.S. Trade Representative for North America, in which he was the country’s lead negotiator and policy advisor focus on North American trade.

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY

FRANCIS PETIT
Westchester CFOs honored for innovations
Westfair Communications Online 10-19-17
Nominees were judged by Andi Gray, founder of Strategy Leaders Inc.; Robert J. Chersi, executive director of the Center for Global Governance, Reporting and Regulation at Pace University; and Francis Petit, an associate dean at the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University.

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION FACULTY

WILLIAM F. BAKER
As pubmedia enters ‘populist’ phase, public trust is system’s greatest asset
Current.org 10-23-17
Bill Baker, president emeritus of WNET in New York City and director of the Bernard L. Schwartz Center for Media, Public Policy and Education at Fordham University, organized the meeting.

GRADUATE SCHOOL SOCIAL SERVICE FACULTY

ZACHARY ALTI
How To Nail Your Online Dating Profile In Your 20s, 30s, and 40s
Women’s Health Magazine 10-24-17
“A dating profile is like a combined resume and job posting for a partner,” says Zachary Alti, L.M.S.W., a psychotherapist and adjunct professor at Fordham University in New York. “

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

NICHOLAS TAMPIO
Treat People as Citizens
Aeon 10-18-17
Nicholas Tampio is associate professor of political science at Fordham University in New York. He is the author of Kantian Courage (2012) and Deleuzes Political Vision (2015).

NATE SLOAN
Joni, Whitney and the cost of stardom
CBC Radio 10-13-17
Musicologist Nate Sloan says the music industry didn’t know what to do with Mitchell, who created her own guitar tunings and charted from folk to pop and into the world of jazz.

CHRISTINA GREER
All in with Chris Hayes
MSNBC 10-19-17
[Video] Christina Greer is interviewed on the latest political news on MSNBC.

CHRISTINA GREER
War For the GOP’s Soul
MSNBC 10-19-17
[Video] Christina Greer is interviewed on the latest political news on MSNBC.

CHRISTINA GREER
De Blasio’s Record on Ethics and Transparency
The Gotham Gazette 10-20-17
Christina Greer, political science professor at Fordham University, said she is “torn” over the mayor’s first-term scandals.

CHRISTINA GREER
100 years after women won the right to vote in New York, the fight for equality in politics continues
City and State 10-22-17
According to Christina Greer, an associate professor of political science at Fordham University, this pattern is especially apparent in New York, where entrenched party machines create a particularly challenging political terrain.

CHRISTINA GREER
MSNBC 10-20-17
The Last Word With Lawrence O’Donnell
[Video] Christina Greer discusses General Kelly’s statement.

JOEY MENDOZA
Joey Mendoza: Meet the set designer behind Rep’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’ | Inquirer lifestyle
Inquirer.net 10-20-17
[Joey Mendoza] now teaches at Fordham College at Lincoln Center.

CELIA B. FISHER
As more experts call Trump’s mental health into question, is it time to rethink the Goldwater Rule?
Mic 10-20-17
Celia Fisher, who teaches psychology and chairs an ethics committee at Fordham University, was the chair of the APA’s Ethics Code Task Force, which authored the organization’s ethics code.

GIACOMO SANTANGELO
What Jim Cramer’s Favorite Indicator Is Saying About the Market
The Street 10-20-17
Traders utilize the index, because it is used to predict the direction of an individual stock or index, and it also serves as an indicator to provide more information on the causes of volatility occurring in the market currently, said Giacomo Santangelo, an economics lecturer at Fordham University in New York.

GIACOMO SANTANGELO
Market Trends
News 12 Bronx 10-19-17
[Video] Giacomo Santangelo skype interview on market trends.

ELIZABETH YUKO
How The Good Place Goes Beyond ‘The Trolley Problem’
The Atlantic 10-21-17
As a bioethicist who teaches a class on ethics and pop culture at Fordham University, I’ve integrated clips from the series into my lectures for a few reasons.

MOHAMMAD S. OBAIDAT
Future Technologies Conference in Vancouver – Quantum Experts from Google and IBM are the Keynote Speakers
The Network Journal – Financial Content 10-24-17
Other speakers include Ann Cavoukian – former Information and Privacy Commissioner for the Canadian province of Ontario, Mohammad S. Obaidat – Professor at Fordham University, United States and Kevin Leyton-Brown Professor of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia.

ASHA CASTLEBERRY
Sky News Tonight With Dermot Murnaghan
Sky News – U.K. National 10-23-17
[Video] Asha Castleberry interviewed on Trump’s handling of Gold Star families.

ANDREW RASMUSSEN
I lost my house in a natural disaster and I can not go back to it: how do I get over this?
Univision.com 10-22-17
Professor of psychology at Fordham University (New York) Andrew Rasmussen , who specializes in traumas following humanitarian disasters, agrees with Dinelia, adding that the loss of a home is easier to overcome than that of a loved one.
[translated from Spanish]

BRYAN MASSINGALE, S.T.D.
NATIONAL CATHOLIC NETWORK GATHERS FOR 20TH ANNUAL IGNATIAN FAMILY TEACH-IN FOR JUSTICE
Ignatian Solidarity Network 10-23-17
Keynote speakers include Rev. Bryan Massingale, racial justice scholar and theology faculty at Fordham University; Sr. Patricia Chappell, SNDdeN, executive director of Pax Christi USA; and Maria Stephan, senior policy advisor for the U.S. Institute of Peace.

ATHLETICS

Men’s Water Polo Edged By No. 20 Fordham 10-9 On Wednesday Night
SILive.com 10-19-17
The Wagner men’s water polo team held an early two-goal lead before the No. 20 Fordham University Rams rallied to score four goals in the final frame to edge out the Seahawks, 10-9, on Wednesday evening at the Col. Francis B. Messmore Aquatic Center.

In Bridge’s Shadow, an Unlikely College Sailing Power
The New York Times 10-20-17
Somewhere out in the middle of Eastchester Bay, the Fordham sailing team was doing a speed drill when, in the distance, the traffic began to clot on the Throgs Neck Bridge.

Mevis Earns League Honors For Fordham
InkFreeNews.com 10-24-17
Andrew Mevis had a big day Saturday for the Fordham University football team.

Medlock’s TD pass lifts Fordham over Georgetown 17-9
The Washington Times 10-21-17
Luke Medlock went 25 of 45 for 258 yards with a touchdown to lead Fordham over Georgetown 17-9 on Saturday.

STUDENTS

College News
The Advertiser News North 10-18-17
Robert J. Genneken, III, was placed on the dean’s list of the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University during the 2016-17 academic school year.

Iowa City native Miriam Miller returning home with Hancher ballet performance
The Gazette 10-21-17
[Miriam Miller’s] still juggling dance and school, taking classes at Fordham University, where she’s beginning to explore sociology and psychology studies, realizing a dance career “won’t last forever.”

Swann Foundation Announces Award Fellowships for 2017-2018
Publicnow 10-23-17
Olivia Badoi, a doctoral candidate in English at Fordham University, is investigating the relationships among the genres of the woodcut novel, the graphic novel and the modernist novel in her dissertation.

ALUMNI

Peapack-Gladstone Bank Announces Appointment of Rich Johnston, Senior Vice President, Capital Markets, Peapack Capital, a subsidiary of Peapack-Gladstone Bank
Canadian Insider 10-18-17
A resident of Mountainside, New Jersey, Mr. [Richard] Johnston earned his Bachelor of Science in Finance from Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut and Masters of Business Administration in Finance from Fordham University, New York, New York.

Dele Giwa: 31 years after, he still remains a legend
Nation Nigeria News 10-19-17
[Dele] Giwa later traveled to the United States of America for his higher education, earning a BA in English from Brooklyn College in 1977 and enrolled in a Graduate program at Fordham University.

Student Leadership Dinner builds campus community
Jewish-Herald Voice 10-19-17
At Fordham University, [Nadine Boakye] was elected president of the campus’ Student Government Association. Through SGA, Boakye said she learned to speak on behalf of an entire community.

Ping named Youth Engagement Coordinator
Hudson Valley 360 10-19-17
[Madeline] Ping is a recent graduate of Fordham University, and has just returned from a year in Tucson, Arizona, where she taught at an elementary and middle school as a member of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps.

Nolan, Faintych, Parete vie for UC Legislature’s 22nd district
Hudson Valley One 10-19-17
With a masters of business administration in finance and accounting from Fordham University and postgraduate work at Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, [Cliff] Faintych works out of an office in Kingston.

Six seek five seats on Planning and Zoning
Wilton Bulletin 10-20-17
An attorney, [Melissa-Jean Rotini is a] graduate of Fordham University, representing municipalities in Westchester and Rockland counties of New York.

How Ryan Ruocco Went From College Radio Host to Multi-Sport Play-By-Play Man
Adweek Magazine 10-20-17
I [Ryan Ruocco] wanted to transfer closer to home and a friend told me, “Fordham University has an amazing radio station, you should look into it.”

Merryl Snow Zegar Joins Santa Barbara Center for the Performing Arts Board of Directors
BroadwayWorld.com 10-20-17
[Merryl Snow] Zegar, a graduate of Fordham Law School and the University of Connecticut, practiced law at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan in New York City before serving as Deputy General Counsel at Bank Leumi Trust Company of New York and then Associate General Counsel of the Dime Savings Bank of New York.

Mrs. David Mehall
The Times Tribune 10-22-17
[Maggie Haggerty Gower] earned a bachelor’s degree from Fordham University and a master’s degree in communication sciences disorders from LaSalle University.

Bill White
Imus In The Morning 10-22-17
Bill White holds a B.A. from Fordham University and a Culinary Arts Degree from the French Culinary Institute.

Immigration policies and their effects on children to be discussed at Cooley Law Review Symposium
Legal News 10-23-17
[Jason] Eyster is a graduate of Princeton University and Fordham Law School, where he founded and was editor-in-chief of the Fordham International Law Journal.

Election 2017: Running for the Board of Aldermen
Millford Mirror 10-23-17
I [Bryan Anderson] was fortunate to have been selected as a NYC Teaching Fellow, which permitted me to enroll in the Fordham University Graduate School of Education and become an AmeriCorps teacher-leader.

Being an Artist in a Small City
ArtPractical 10-24-17
[Teresa] Baker received an MFA from California College of the Arts and a BA in visual arts from Fordham University.

Dodger fans make an appeal to their highest power: Vin Scully
Los Angeles Times 10-21-17
Vin Scully’s call of Kirk Gibson’s walk-off home run in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series — “High fly ball into right field; she is gone!” — is something many of us long-suffering Dodger fans can recite from memory.

Sports Review
New York 12 Bronx 10-22-17
[Video] Review of Patrick Murray’s play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Three for three in Milltown school board race
CentralJersey.com 10-24-17
[Jim E. Llyod] earned his law degree from Fordham University School of Law.

GLAAD to honor Tituss Burgess and Tommy Dorfman at 2017 GLAAD Gala Atlanta
Press Release Point 10-24-17
[Tommy] Dorfman earned his Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Performance from Fordham University Lincoln Center.

BLACKROCK CAPITAL INVESTMENT : Change in Directors or Principal Officers (form 8-K/A)
4 Traders 10-25-17
[Michael Pungello]  earned a BBA degree in accounting from Fordham University in 1979 and an MBA degree in finance from New York University in 1987.

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