Fordham Media Mentions: May 5, 2017

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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

FRANK SIRIANNI
CIO Celebrates Technology Innovation with 2017 CIO 100 & CIO Hall of Fame Award Winners
FinancialBuzz.com 05-01-17
2017 CIO Hall of Fame Inductees: Frank Sirianni, VP and CIO, Fordham University

DEBORAH DENNO
Arkansas will face challenges replenishing execution supply
Associated Press 04-29-17
“This is a new chapter in this story, and every time we have a new chapter it makes it more and more difficult to obtain drugs and the states’ options get more and more constrained,” said Deborah Denno, a professor at Fordham University School of Law and an expert on the death penalty.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

Fordham To Host Citywide Chemistry Undergraduate Research Symposium
PublicNow.com 05-04-17
Some of the New York metropolitan area’s top chemistry students will converge on Fordham’s Rose Hill campus on May 6, for the 65th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium sponsored by The American Chemical Society’s New York Section (NYACS).

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS

New Books in American Religious History: 2017 Year in Preview, Part Two (May-August)
USreligion.blogspot.com 05-02-17
Nicholas K. Rademacher, Paul Hanly Furfey: Priest, Scientist, Social Reformer (Fordham University Press)

It Ain’t Just White People: 5 Times Netflix’s ‘Dear White People’ Came For Their Own And Why
Huffington Post 05-02-17
Pamela Lewis is a teacher and writer in New York City. Her memoir, Teaching While Black: A New Voice On Race And Education In New York City is published through Fordham University Press.

Nonfiction matters
Ebar.com 05-04-17
Here are just a few coming out in print: Cruising the Library – Perversities in the Organization of Knowledge by Melissa Adler (Fordham University Press).

ADMINISTRATION

FRANK SIRIANNI
CIO Celebrates Technology Innovation with 2017 CIO 100 & CIO Hall of Fame Award Winners
FinancialBuzz.com 05-01-17
2017 CIO Hall of Fame Inductees: Frank Sirianni, VP and CIO, Fordham University

SCHOOL OF LAW

The FBI translator who went rogue and married an ISIS terrorist
CNN 05-01-17
Americans convicted in dozens of recent ISIS prosecutions received an average sentence of 13 1/2 years in prison, according to an analysis in April by the Center on National Security at Fordham University.

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Aspen Institute Competition Prompts MBA Students To Innovate For The Good Of Business And Society
TriStateUpdate.com 05-03-17
In addition to the schools mentioned above, the Aspen Institute is proud to celebrate the other partnering schools in this year’s program: Fordham University, Graduate School of Business

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

DEBORAH DENNO
The Latest: Judge orders evidence preserved from execution
Associated Press 04-28-17
Deborah Denno of Fordham University says the accelerated schedule adopted by Arkansas to put to death eight inmates in 11 days increased the risk of problems.

DEBORAH DENNO
MEET A. JAY CHAPMAN, WHOSE LETHAL INJECTION RECIPE HAS HELPED KILL 1,200 PEOPLE
Newsweek 05-01-17
He even claimed to have coined the term “lethal injection,” according to Deborah Denno, a professor at the Fordham University School of Law who interviewed Chapman for a 2007 Fordham Law Review paper (although, as she notes, the term appeared in a 1954 report on capital punishment).

DEBORAH DENNO
Arkansas will face challenges replenishing execution supply
Associated Press 04-29-17
“This is a new chapter in this story, and every time we have a new chapter it makes it more and more difficult to obtain drugs and the states’ options get more and more constrained,” said Deborah Denno, a professor at Fordham University School of Law and an expert on the death penalty.

DEBORAH DENNO
If you believe in the death penalty, should we bring back the firing squad and the guillotine?
WWL.com 05-01-17
This segments guest: Deborah Denno – Professor of Law at Fordham University, leading expert on methods of execution

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
Impeach Trump! Wild protesters? No, it’s official LA City Council committee
MyNewsLA.com 04-28-17
“Diplomats from foreign governments and their agents are staying in Trump hotels, like the Trump hotel in D.C.,” said Zephyr Teachout, an associate law professor at Fordham University, to NPR on Thursday.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
Questions Linger About Trump’s Foreign Business Ties And The Emoluments Clause
NPR 04-27-17
“And he didn’t do it,” says Zephyr Teachout, an associate law professor at Fordham University.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
Welcome to the Trump family kleptocracy
am New York 05-02-17
“That’s money from foreign governments going into our president’s pocket while he is making decisions that affect those countries,” Zephyr Teachout, an associate law professor at Fordham University, told National Public Radio.

NICHOLAS JOHNSON
Don’t Tell The Anti-Gun Media, But Black Women Are Starting To Learn How To Use Guns
TownHall.com 04-29-17
Nicholas Johnson, law professor at Fordham University and author of Negroes and the Gun: The Black Tradition of Arms, pointed to a 2014 survey showing that 54% of black people felt that owning guns did “more to protect people than endanger personal safety”, nearly doubling the 29% who said the same two years earlier.

ANDREW KENT
Donald Trump says Michael Flynn got security clearance from Obama administration
Politifact.com 05-02-17
Even if an applicant is candid about their foreign dealings, the evaluating agency could deny security clearance if it seems like those activities could compromise the applicant’s judgment or loyalty to the United States, said Andrew Kent, a national security expert and law professor at Fordham University.

ANDREW KENT
Puerto Rico Collapse Shows Debts Seen as Iron Clad May Not Be So
Bloomberg 05-04-17
“If Congress acting under Article I powers were to amend the bankruptcy code to allow either voluntary or involuntary debt adjustment for U.S. states, very serious questions would be raised about unconstitutionality,” wrote Fordham University School of Law Professor Andrew Kent in a April 20, 2016 letter to the congressional committee that drafted Puerto Rico’s oversight law.

JOHN PFAFF
Imagining the Presence of Justice
The Atlantic 05-03-17
“What we have is not a system at all,” as Fordham University’s John Pfaff told The Atlantic’s Matt Ford, “but a patchwork of competing bureaucracies with different constituencies, different incentives, who oftentimes might have similar political ideologies, but very different goals and very different pressures on them.”

BRUCE A. GREEN
Trump Should Hire His Own Lawyers to Defend Emoluments Suit (Perspective)
Bloomberg Law 05-03-17
Editor’s Note: The author is the Louis Stein Chair at Fordham Law School, where he directs the Louis Stein Center for Law and Ethics.

JOEL R. REIDENBERG
Alexa Takes the Stand: Listening Devices Raise Privacy Issues
Time 05-04-17
Joel Reidenberg, a founding director of Fordham University’s Center on Law and Information Policy, says the answer isn’t straightforward.

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

CHRISTINA GREER
Warren critical of Obama’s speaking gig — A Kennedy fundraises in California
Politico 04-28-17
Returning judges for yesterday’s contest included: Prof. Christina Greer of Fordham University;

LANCE STRATE
The Obamas face the paid-speaking circuit — and all the questions that come with it
The Washington Post 04-27-16
“He was seen as a gung-ho patriotic American, and then the first thing he does is go speak to another country that was, in a sense, an economic rival,” said Lance Strate, a professor of communication at Fordham University.

MICHAEL PEPPARD
‘Oldest Ever Image Of Virgin Mary DISCOVERED’ – After Being In Plain Sight For 100 YEARS
FYIblog.info 04-29-17
Dr Michael Peppard, an associate professor of theology at Fordham University, said: “The Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, has certainly been to Dura-Europos.

RACHEL ANNUNZIATO
How to beat insecurity
Coach.nine.com.au 05-01-17
“Insecurity is largely learned, whether it be by a lack of positive reinforcement when we’re young, or experiencing major moments of failure,” says Rachel Annunziato, an associate professor of psychology at Fordham University in New York.

J. ALAN CLARK
Radar to track impact of bridges on birds in metro
Kare11.com 05-02-17
“Getting data on the effect that bridges might or might not have is really difficult,” says Biologist Alan Clark from Fordham University.

SAUL CORNELL
Why More Historians Are Embracing the Amicus Brief
The Chronicle of Higher Education 05-03-17
Those debates have heated up on some blogs since Justice Gorsuch was confirmed, said Saul Cornell, an American-history professor at Fordham University, who has written briefs for cases involving Second Amendment rights.

STUDENTS

THE CHILDREN IN THE FIERY FURNACE: ORGANIZING FOR RACIAL JUSTICE & THE LEGACY OF DIANE NASH
DailyTheology.org 05-02-17
Marjorie Corbman is a doctoral candidate in systematic theology in the Department of Theology at Fordham University in New York.

Don’t Assume You Know How College-Age Republican Women Feel About Reproductive Rights
Bustle.com 05-03-17
Fordham University student Dominique Marino believes abortion is “demeaning for women.”

Student News: Creative middle-schoolers share drug prevention abuse message
MyCentralJersey.com 05-03-17
The following Central Jersey residents were inducted into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society: Nina Heyden of Metuchen initiated at Fordham University; Maryam Rahaman of Monmouth Jct. initiated at Fordham University; Monalisa Kalina of Monroe initiated at Fordham University; Brandon Quinn of Monroe Township initiated at Fordham University;

ALUMNI

If You Haven’t Seen Alvin Ailey, You Haven’t Seen Dance
Huffington Post 04-28-17
After high school, [Jacquelin Harris] attended the Ailey/Fordham BFA program, which included training at The Ailey School.

Goodwin Welcomes Health Care Regulatory Partner Roger Cohen
ITbusinessnet.com 05-01-17
[Cohen] received his J.D. cum laude from Fordham University School of Law and his bachelors degree from the University of Michigan.

OpenLink Hires Former IBM Cloud CMO Nancy Pearson as New Chief Marketing Officer
WLOX.com 05-02-17
Ms. Pearson holds a B.A. in psychology/human relations from Pace University, an M.S. in adult education/human resource development from Fordham University and an M.M. in market management from Columbia Business School.

Pryor Cashman Adds Leading Structured Finance and Derivatives Attorney Anthony Schouten to Its Investment Management Group
KFMBFM.com 05-03-17
[Anthony] Schouten received his J.D. from Fordham University School of Law and his B.A. from Temple University.

Discovery Communications Names Jamie McFarland Vice President, Digital Distribution
Corporate.Discovery.com 05-02-17
McFarland holds a Juris Doctorate from Fordham Law School and Bachelor of Science from Cornell University.

OBITUARIES

Barbara Pitts, 85, Of Brick, NJ, social worker
Barbara Pitts
Legacy.com 05-01-17
She received a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Fordham University and for 22 years she work for the Dept. of Mental Hygiene as a Team Leader

Mary Allen, 88, Of Bridgeport, CT, actress and educator
MARY ALLEN
Legacy.com 05-02-17
She received her Master’s Degree in Education from Fordham University and taught at both Marymount School and The Nightingale-Bamford School, where she retired in 1994 as the head of the Middle School.

Lawrence Lenin, 87, Of Chappaqua, NY, judge
LAWRENCE LENIHAN
Legacy.com 05-02-17
He was graduated from Fordham University and Columbia Law School.

Richard Banks, 94, Of Jersey City, NJ, banker, lawyer, and teacher
Obituary: Richard ‘Dick’ Banks, 94
TheReddingPilot.com 05-02-17
He was a graduate of Fordham University, New York Law School, and received his MBA from Carnegie Mellon University.

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