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Fordham Media Mentions: November 4, 2016

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CLIPS OF THE WEEK

New Study Finds The Bronx is Quite Bat-Friendly
NY1 10-31-16
According to data from the Wildlife Conservation Society and Fordham University, there are five different kinds of bats now living in the Bronx.

The 20 grad school programs where students go on to earn the most money
Business Insider 11-02-16
14. (tie) JD from Fordham University

NY Jets stars sponsor youth football program
News 12 The Bronx 11-01-16
The goal of the event at Fordham University was to increase positive relations between police and the community, with a specific focus on youth.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

Officials announce $1 million fight against disease killing New York bats
NY Daily News 10-27-16
Separately, a new study by the Bronx Zoo and Fordham University found the city is home to five different bat species — a sign that the city’s green spaces are large enough to host a wide variety of the insect-eaters.

New Study Finds The Bronx is Quite Bat-Friendly
NY1 10-31-16
According to data from the Wildlife Conservation Society and Fordham University, there are five different kinds of bats now living in the Bronx.

Where have all the political signs gone?
Winston-Salem Journal 10-28-16
Even with the surge of social media, a study by Fordham University in 2005 found that political sign use had quadrupled in the past 20 years.

NY Jets stars sponsor youth football program
News 12 The Bronx 11-01-16
The goal of the event at Fordham University was to increase positive relations between police and the community, with a specific focus on youth.

NY Jets: NYC Police Athletic League NFL FLAG Program
LatinoSports.com 11-03-16
The games took place at Martyrs’ Lawn at Fordham University.

Calvary Hosts 10th Annual Spiritual Care Day
Bronx Times 11-03-16
The milestone event marked the first time the hospital collaborated with Fordham’s Global Healthcare Innovation Management Center and the Collaborative for Palliative Care.

Middlebury’s Gender Pay Gap Linked to Wall Street
MiddleburyCampus.com 11-03-16
Regardless, national research from Fordham University confirms that a gender-pay gap does exist.

WFUV

WFUV ‘Strikes A Chord’ For Veterans Returning Home
AllAccess.com 10-31-16
This fall the award-winning Strike a Chord investigative series of FORDHAM UNIVERSITY Triple A WFUV/NEW YORK turns its attention to veterans returning home.

ESPN’s Musburger, CBS 60 Minutes’ Stahl To Be Honored at WFUV Radio’s On The Record
Patch.com 10-31-16
WFUV Radio (90.7 FM/wfuv.org) will honor CBS 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl and ESPN play-by-play broadcaster Brent Musburger at “On the Record: a celebration of achievement in news and sports broadcasting,” on Wednesday night, November 9, at the Fordham University School of Law in Manhattan.

PPM Data – Round One. Information for the October 2016 ratings period
JustRadioOnly.blogspot.com 10-31-16
The stream of Fordham University’s triple A WFUV-FM, which had a 1.1 (6+) in August but disappeared from print in September, returns in October with a 1.1 (#27, 6+).

Terrific Talk: ESPN’s Ryan Ruocco on his mentor Michael Kay and more!
Soundcloud.com 11-02-16
ESPN’s Ryan Ruocco on why so many great broadcasters come out of WFUV and Fordham.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS

They Know Not What They Do
TheOShaughnessyFiles.com 10-28-16
[William O’Shaughnessy] is currently working on his fifth book for Fordham University Press, another anthology.

New in November: Laura Jane Grace, Philip Dean Walker, Joanne Passet, Anne Raeff, and Cleve Jones
LambdaLiterary.org 11-02-16
Out of the Ordinary: A Life of Gender and Spiritual Transitions edited by Jacob Lau & Cameron Partridge, Fordham University Press

ADMINISTRATORS

NANCY WACKSTEIN
HELPING IMMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES FIND A HOME IN NEW YORK
NYNmedia.com 10-28-16
Nancy Wackstein is the director of community engagement and partnerships at the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service.

SCHOOL OF LAW

Fordham Law Hosts Electoral College Lecture
New York Law Journal 10-28-16
The Hellenic Lawyers Association and the Fordham University School of Law Feerick Center for Social Justice on Wednesday sponsored “The Electoral College on the Eve of the 2016 Election,” a lecture presented by Norris Professor of Law John Feerick.
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CAMBODIAN COMMUNITY RAISES AWARENESS FOR FARIBAULT LOCAL, REFUGEE AWAITING DEPORTATION
GrandRapidsMN.com 11-02-16
A 2010 report by the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice at Fordham Law School shows that at least six returnees have committed suicide, while the families of others face economic hardship and housing instability.

Fordham Law Appoints Nitza Escalera Inaugural Dean of Diversity Initiatives
WLOX.com 11-01-16
Nitza Milagros Escalera has been appointed Fordham Law’s first assistant dean of diversity initiatives.

The 20 grad school programs where students go on to earn the most money
Business Insider 11-02-16
14. (tie) JD from Fordham University

How can New York City fix its high school admissions system? Experts weigh in
Chalkbeat.org 11-03-16
With that in mind, panels of experts, put together by the Fordham Law School’s Feerick Center for Social Justice, gathered Tuesday to talk about what can be done. The following are some of their suggestions.

FORMER SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

WILLIAM MULLIGAN
A Southerner, A Woman And A Catholic: How Nixon Vetted U.S. Supreme Court Candidates
PublicNow.com 11-03-16
For the second vacancy, he continued to push the idea of naming a Catholic, settling on New York Judge William Mulligan, former dean of the Fordham Law School.

SCHOOL OF LAW FACULTY

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
In debate, Faso and Teachout agree on a district Kingston office, but not a lot else
The Record News 10-28-16
Faso, a former state assemblyman, has lived in the district for decades, while Teachout, a law professor at Fordham University, moved there just before launching her campaign.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
Endorsements in New York and New Jersey
The New York Times 10-28-16
Ms. Teachout, a Fordham law professor and author, is an expert on political corruption and the corrosive influence of money in politics.

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
Zephyr Teachout Explains the Problem of Big Money in Politics
Blog.PFAW.org 10-31-16
Zephyr Teachout. Running for New York’s 19th Congressional District, Teachout has a background teaching law at Fordham University and has written a book called “Corruption in America.”

ZEPHYR TEACHOUT
Money, national attention characterize close 19th Congressional district race
The Daily Gazette 11-01-16
Teachout is a Fordham University law professor and activist.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
Blackface, sexy pumpkin, superheroes: Halloween marketing and costume choices
WHYY.org 10-28-16
Marty will talk with KIT YARROW, a consumer psychologist, and SUSAN SCAFIDI, professor at Fordham University School of Law where she directs the Fashion Law Institute.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
Cultural appropriation: It’s my culture, not your costume
StudentPrintz.com 10-30-16
According to Susan Scafidi, lawmaker at Fordham University, cultural appropriation is the taking of intellectual property, traditional knowledge or cultural expressions or artifacts from a minority group that has been oppressed or exploited.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
On Halloween, the US Supreme Court ponders costumes
FashionNetwork.com 10-30-16
Susan Scafidi, founder of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham University’s law school, disagrees.

SUSAN SCAFIDI
Supreme Court Ponders Copyright Protection in Apparel
Women’s Wear Daily 10-31-16
A group of fashion designers and industry executives led by Susan Scafidi, founder and academic director of Fordham…
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SUSAN SCAFIDI
The Awkward Conversation We Need To Have About Cultural Appropriation
Refinery29 11-02-16
The first step is removing the word “racist” from the dialogue, says Susan Scafidi, founder and academic director at the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham University Law School and author of Who Owns Culture? Appropriation and Authenticity in American Law.

ELIZABETH COOPER
US Supreme Court to decide ‘battle of the toilets’
AFP via Yahoo! News 10-28-16
“It is a bit disconcerting that the Supreme Court would agree to review this case with only eight members on the court,” said Elizabeth Cooper, a professor at Fordham Law School in New York.

JOHN PFAFF
Billionaire: “Single Digit Millionaires” Are Too Poor to Get Justice In America
ZeroHedge.com 11-01-16
Fordham Law School professor and criminal justice expert John Pfaff notes that – using 2007 numbers – many states’ entire budgets for legal defense for people who can’t afford a lawyer is in the single-digit millions.

MARTHA RAYNER
Captured, Tortured, and Left to Rot at Gitmo
Reason.com November 2016 Issue
Martha Rayner is a Clinical Associate Professor of Law at Fordham University School of Law where she co-directs the Criminal Defense Clinic.

RICHARD SQUIRE
Gawker agrees to pay Hulk Hogan $31M in ongoing bankruptcy case
NY Daily News 11-02-16
While $31 million is a dramatically reduced figure from the original judgment, Richard Squire, a professor at Fordham Law School specializing in corporate law and corporate bankruptcy, said opting for reduced payouts can be a safer bet for creditors in bankruptcy.

KIMANI PAUL-EMILE
4 ways doctors can handle discrimination from patients
Advisory.com 11-03-16
Kimani Paul-Emile, an associate professor at Fordham University School of Law and associate director of the university’s Center on Race, Law, and Justice, said it is not uncommon for doctors to face discriminatory acts, such as being rejected by a patient because of their race.

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS FACULTY

MARK CONRAD
Could Brexit sack the NFL’s London expansion plans?
Yahoo! Sports 10-27-16
“A lot of this all depends on how the economy is going to be affected,” said Mark Conrad, director of the sports business program at Fordham University.

MARK CONRAD
Only in Texas: can $70m on a high school football stadium ever be justified?
The Guardian 11-03-16
“It’s kind of a mirror image of college in a way,” says Mark Conrad, an expert in sports business at Fordham University.

PAUL P. BAARD
Paul Baard’s Motivation Matters: Some problems with rewards
New Hampshire Union Leader 10-30-16
Dr. Paul P. Baard is an organizational psychologist, specializing in motivation, with Fordham University, a former senior line executive in the television industry, and the lead author of a book on leadership and motivation.

JOHN FORTUNATO
Iorizzo: Is fantasy football hurting NFL ratings?
TimesUnion.com 10-29-16
I ran my theory past John Fortunato, a Fordham University professor who back in 2011 wrote a research paper about the relationship between fantasy football and NFL ratings.

ALBERT N. GRECO
Starting a Profitable eBook Business
SmallBusiness.Chron.com 11-03-16
As industry expert Albert Greco of Fordham University states “It’s fair to say that piracy of e-books is exploding.”

FRANK MACCRORY
How to minimise massive turnover of IT professionals
SSUchronicle.com 11-03-16
The research, co-authored by Frank MacCrory of Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business, and Vidyanand Choudhary of the University of California’s Irvine’s Merage School of Business, analysed 5,704 IT professionals at a North American-based systems-integration and consulting firm with offices in over 100 cities in four continents.

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION FACULTY

LISA CATALDO
Trump Has Triggered the “Trauma Vote”
Yes Magazine 11-02-16
“This would resonate deeply with anyone who has had some history of abuse,” says Lisa Cataldo, who has a psychotherapy practice and teaches counseling for religious leaders at Fordham University’s divinity school.

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE FACULTY

MANOJ PARDASANI
Simsbury Officials Suggest Alternatives To Proposed Community, Senior Center
Hartford Courant 11-02-16
Earlier this year, the town paid $8,000 for a 24-page report, compiled by Manoj Pardasani of Fordham University’s graduate school of social services.

FORMER ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

MICHAEL V. TUETH, S.J.
Broadway Rhythms
America Magazine October 24, 2016 Issue
Michael V. Tueth, S.J., now residing in St. Louis, Mo., is emeritus professor of communications and media studies at Fordham University.

ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY

SPURGEON THOMPSON
Community Club hosts literary lecturer
GCnews.com 10-28-16
Spurgeon Thompson is an Adjunct Professor in the English Departments of Adelphi University and Fordham University where he teaches courses in world literature, seminars on “encountering the other,” courses in writing from a global perspective and others.

CHRISTINA GREER
Haiti needs us
New York Amsterdam News 10-27-16
Christina Greer, Ph.D., is an associate professor at Fordham University and the author of “Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream.”

CHRISTINA GREER
Election to determine party control of NY state Senate
Associated Press via The Courier 10-30-16
Fordham University Political Science Professor Christina Greer said Democrats have reason to be “cautiously optimistic” about the Senate this year.

CHRISTINA GREER
Teaching Trump
The Chronicle of Higher Education 10-30-16
By Christina M. Greer

CHRISTINA GREER
Crunch Time: 7 Races to Watch in November
Ebony Magazine 11-01-16
This is a great time to be a candidate, especially if you’re a Democrat, says Christina Greer, Ph.D., associate professor of political science at New York’s Fordham University, where she covers Black ethnic and urban politics.

CHRISTINA GREER
Election Day is upon u
New York Amsterdam News 11-03-16
Christina Greer, Ph.D., is an associate professor at Fordham University and the author of “Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream.”

PAUL LEVINSON
Conspiracy Theories in the Information Age, Part 1
E-Commerce Times 10-28-16
There always have been conspiracy theories, noted pop culture expert Paul Levinson, a communications professor at Fordham University, who pointed to all the wild ideas that emerged in the aftermath of the JFK assassination.

AMIR IDRIS
HOW THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY HAS FAILED SOUTH SUDAN
Newsweek 10-30-16
Amir Idris is a South Sudanese academic and Professor and Chair of the Department of African and African American Studies at Fordham University, New York City.

COSTAS PANAGOPOULOS
Trump support among Lower Hudson Valley region Republicans slumps
LoHud.com 10-29-16
Costas Panagopoulos, professor of political science at Fordham University, said the survey shows far weaker support for a party’s candidate among leaders, with studies showing that 90 percent of partisans typically support their party’s presidential nominee.

MARK NAISON
Dallas Cowboys give welcome rise to a different ‘D’ vs. ‘R’ debate
The Dallas Morning News 10-31-16
If you want to get serious for a minute, turn your attention to what Mark Naison, a Fordham University professor of African American Studies and History, wrote in a 2010 essay for The Journal of the Gilder Lehrman Institute.

J. ALAN CLARK
Night Callers: Scientists Listen in on Bats in the Bronx
Newsroom.WCS.org 10-27-16
“When we first began this project, we had no idea what we might learn about bats here in the Bronx,“ said J. Alan Clark, Associate Professor at Fordham University’s Department of Biological Sciences.

THOMAS DE LUCA
The Impacts of the US Election on China
World Policy Blog 11-01-16
Dr. Tom DeLuca, Director of International Studies at Fordham University, said, “[China’s] main interest is keeping the Chinese economy growing and to keep political power.

SHUSHANIK HAKOBYAN
This is where NAFTA hurts American workers the most
Yahoo! Finance 11-01-16
Economists John McLaren of the University of Virginia and Shushanik Hakobyan of Fordham University used Census data to estimate the effect of NAFTA on wages in every region of the United States.

TERRENCE W. TILLEY
Pope Francis Says Ban on Female Priests Is Likely to Endure
The New York Times 11-01-16
Terrence Tilley, the Avery Cardinal Dulles professor of Catholic theology at Fordham University, said such a response was “uncalled-for.”

ATHLETICS

Fordham’s Stephanie Gaitley knows how to win the right way
ExcelleSports.com 10-28-16
Ninety-eight of those wins have come at Fordham, where she’s about to start her sixth season.

A Core Group and More: Fordham looks to build off success of Last season
The Bronx Chronicle 11-01-16
There was that momentum up at Rose Hill in early March because the Fordham men’s basketball team had a chance to make some noise in the Atlantic-10 Tournament after 17 wins, their most since 2006-2007.

Area college basketball preview
The Press Enterprise 11-01-16
Quincy Brewer, who led SBVC to a state title game in 2014, will have to replace point guard Perris Hicks, who is now at Fordham University, but said he likes what he’s seen so far.

2016-17 College Basketball Round-Robin Exempt Tournaments
BloggingTheBracket.com 11-03-16
Fordham Showcase: Fairleigh Dickinson Knights (NEC), Fordham Rams (A 10), Lipscomb Bison (A-Sun), Saint Peter’s Peacocks (MAAC)

STUDENTS

NEW YORK CITY BALLET’S EMILY KIKTA ON OVERCOMING CHALLENGES, DANCING WITH FAMILY, AND BEING AUTHENTIC
BalletInTheCity.wordpress.com 10-28-16
[Kikta is] took time to talk via phone with Ballet in the City recently, and reflected on her career, the opportunity she has had to share her passion with her family, and how she has been able to meld her love of dance with her film major at Fordham University.

2016 Election Ballot
The Roslyn News 11-02-16
[Robert M.] Bogle graduated summa cum laude from The George Washington University and currently attends Fordham University Law School, where he will graduate in 2017.

ALUMNI

The Real Life Story of Bridge of Spies Lawyer James B. Donovan
IrishAmerica.com October/November 2016 Issue
Brought up Catholic, Donovan studied first at Fordham, a Jesuit University, graduating with a degree in English.

Almost Pastor Turned A- List Actor: Denzel Washington On Career And Christian Roots
CBNnews.com 10-28-16
Once [Denzel Washington] got to Fordham University he went through a cycle of various career path ideas.

Netflix celeb endorses local judicial candidate
Courier-Journal 11-01-16
The short answer, Heleringer says, is that Schilling, who was nominated for an Emmy in 2014 for outstanding lead actress in a comedy, was a classmate of his son Tommy at Fordham University, from which she graduated in 2006.

Immigrant Army Vet Photographed Combat in Iraq, and Will Photograph NYC Veteran’s Day Parade
US Veterans Magazine 10-31-16
[Joseph] Duggan was in ROTC at Fordham University and commissioned a second lieutenant in the Army Reserve upon graduation in 1990.

Veteran New York Commercial Real Estate Executive to Head Up BankUnited’s New York Commercial Real Estate Department
NewsOn6.com 11-01-16
[Scott Lublin] earned his bachelor’s degree at SUNY Buffalo and his MBA at Fordham University.

Scott Mozarsky Named President Of Bloomberg BNA’s Legal Division
CWrichmond.tv 11-01-16
Mozarsky holds a B.A. from Williams College and a J.D. from Fordham University School of Law.

What you should know about this year’s Costa Mesa city council candidates
The Orange County Register 11-02-16
Al Melone: Education: B.S. in accounting, Fordham University, MBA in finance from Michigan State University

Christopher Maryanopolis to Succeed Brian Heapps as Head of Independent Broker-Dealer, Signator Investors, Inc.
Fox8Live.com 11-03-16
Maryanopolis earned an M.B.A. from Fordham University and a bachelor’s degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

Special Report: John Brennan’s attempt to lead the CIA into the age of cyberwar
Reuters 11-02-16
Educated in various Catholic schools, including Fordham University, Brennan says he is an adherent of just-war theory – a centuries-old Christian theological argument that war is justified when it is waged in self defense, as a last resort and minimizes civilian casualties.

OBITUARIES

Paul V. Bossi, 90, Of Orleans, MA, Navy veteran
Paul V. Bossi, 90
Cape Cod Times 10-28-16
Born in Boston on Oct. 27, 1925, son of John B. Bossi and Felicita (Ponti) Bossi, he graduated from Boston English High School and Boston College, and did graduate studies at Fordham University.

Robert T. Nitto, 89, Of Wall Township, NJ, Senior Vice President at Gimbel’s Department Store
Robert T. Nitto
Legacy.com 10-30-16
Bob was a graduate of Seton Hall University and also attended Fordham Law School.

Henry Kensing, 83, Of Mount Kisco, NY, former mayor of Mount Kisco
Former Mount Kisco Mayor Henry Kensing Dead at 83
TheExaminerNews.com 10-30-16
He graduated from Regis High School in 1951 and Fordham University in 1955, and served in the U.S. Army from 1955 to 1957, attaining the rank of first lieutenant.

James O’Toole, 84, Of Saratoga Springs, NY, clinical psychologist
James O’Toole, clinical psychologist
The Ridgefield Press 10-25-16
Jim graduated from Iona College in New Rochelle, NY, with a degree in English, and went on to obtain a master’s degree from Fordham University and doctorate from St. John’s University in clinical psychology, where he became a tenured professor and chair of the graduate department of education.

Emil A. Vallerini, 90, Of Seaside Heights, NJ, pharmacist
Emil A. Vallerini
Legacy.com 10-31-16
Emil received his Bachelor Degree in Pharmacy at Fordham University in the Bronx, NY and then went on to be the Pharmacist and owner of Vallerini Pharmacy in Cliffside Park, NJ for many years.

Philip Maurer, 78, Of Allentown, NJ, attorney
PHILIP MAURER
NJ.com 11-02-16
Philip graduated from Brooklyn Prep in 1955 and went on to earn his Bachelor’s degree from Fordham University in 1959.

Brian A. Kelly, Of West Nyack, NY, attorney
Brian A. Kelly Esq
Legacy.com 11-03-16
Brian attended Clarkstown North High School, Cornell University and Fordham Law School and made treasured, lifelong friends at each school.

Dolores B. Kuch, 79, Of Manahawkin, NJ, music educator
Dolores B. Kuch
Legacy.com 11-03-16
She went on to earn a master’s degree in science in Education from Hunter College in New York, NY in 1963 and a master’s degree in science from the Graduate School of Education of Fordham University, in New York, NY in 1982.

Edward Loughran, 76, Of Winchester, MA, former priest and Department of Youth Services commissioner
Edward Loughran; fought for better juvenile penal system
Boston Globe 11-03-16
He also earned a master’s degree in religious education in 1968 from Fordham University.

Ella R. Cosimini, 82, Of Shelburne, MA, school supervisor
Ella R. Cosimini (1934 – 2016)
Legacy.com 11-03-16
After graduating from High School of Commerce in Springfield, Ella attended American International College and Fordham University.

Robert Cashen, 84, Of St. Paul, MN, judge
Judge Robert Cashen, 84
The Journal-News 11-02-16
He graduated from St. Bede Academy in Peru, IL, and attended Fordham University in New York City before transferring to DePaul University School of Law in Chicago.

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