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Newsmakers: April 7, 2015


Inside Fordham Online is proud to highlight faculty and staff who have recently
provided commentary in the news media. Congratulations for bringing the University
to the attention of a broad audience.

Tom Beaudoin, PhD,
associate professor of practical theology, GRE,
Brief Reflections on Practice in View of Race and Spirit Through Music,”, March 22

Charles C. Camosy, PhD,
associate professor of theology, A&S,
Why the Supreme Court’s pregnancy ruling is a significant win for pro-lifers,” The Washington Post, March 25

James A. Cohen,
associate professor of law, LAW,
Can you be served on Facebook? A legal expert chimes in,” Metro, April 6

Deborah W. Denno, PhD,
Arthur A. McGivney Professor of Law, LAW,
Why did Utah bring back the firing squad? How the US kills people in 2015,” The Guardian, March 24

Karen J. Greenberg, PhD,
director of the Center on National Security, LAW,
Illinois National Guardsman, Cousin Charged With ISIS Plot,” NBC News, March 26

Sean J. Griffith,
T.J. Maloney Chair in Business Law and director of the Fordham Corporate Law Center, LAW,
BNA quotes yours truly at some length re fee-shifting bylaws,”, April 6

Robert Hurley, PhD,
professor of management, BUS,
Framing Reputation for Risk Managers,” Risk & Insurance, February 2015 Issue

Amir H. Idris, PhD,
professor of African and African American studies, A&S,
How can the U.S. exercise leadership in South Sudan’s peace process?Sudan Tribune, March 25

Paul Levinson, PhD,
professor of communication and media studies, A&S,
Is Trevor Noah just what ‘The Daily Show’ needs? (+video),” The Christian Science Monitor, March 31

Timothy D. Malefyt, PhD,
clinical associate professor of marketing, BUS,
Port Morris Coffee Shop Had Race on Menu Before Starbucks,” NY1, March 29

Mark Naison, PhD,
professor of African and African American Studies and history, and principal investigator of the Bronx African American History Project (BAAHP), A&S,
Mark Naison: The Day Democracy Died in NY Assembly,”, April 1

John Pfaff, PhD,
professor of law, LAW,
A Provocative New Plan to Reduce the Prison Population by 80 Percent,” Slate, March 26

Joel R. Reidenberg, PhD,
Stanley D. and Nikki Waxberg Chair and professor of law and founding academic director of the Center on Law and Information Policy, LAW,
Are Colleges Invading Their Students’ Privacy?The Atlantic, April 6

Chris Rhomberg, PhD,
associate professor of sociology, A&S,
A Turning Point for Chinese Workers?In These Times, April 2

Patrick J. Ryan, SJ,
The Laurence J. McGinley Professor of Religion and Society, A&S,
Do we really understand Boko Haram?” Catholic News Agency, April 7

Nicholas Tampio, PhD,
assistant professor of political science, A&S,
Families Who Refuse Tests Are Brave,” Saugerties Post Star, March 30

Zephyr Teachout,
associate professor of law, LAW,
When Does Politicians’ Unethical Behavior Become a Crime?” Governing, April 2015

Rosemary Wakeman, PhD,
professor of history and director of the Urban Studies Program, A&S,
Beautification projects aim to brighten New York City,” am New York, April 6


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