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Newsmakers: December 15, 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.

Barbara Hilkert Andolsen, PhD,
The James E. Buckman Esq. Chair in Applied Christian Ethics and associate director of the Fordham Center for Ethics Education, A&S,
The inevitable question for women: To stay or go?National Catholic Reporter, December 3

Charles C. Camosy, PhD,
associate professor of theology, A&S,
Charles Camosy: Can Star Wars unify a disintegrating American culture?” The Dallas Morning News, December 9

Leonard Cassuto, PhD,
professor of English, A&S,
PhDs need real jobs too,” Los Angeles Times, November 30

James A. Cohen,
associate professor of law, LAW,
Silver jury recesses without verdict, reluctant panelist to stay,” New York Post, November 26

Saul Cornell, PhD,
The Paul and Diane Guenther Chair in American History, A&S,
Gun Violence in the U.S.” Al Jazeera America, December 4

Celia B. Fisher, PhD,
Marie Ward Doty Professor of Psychology and director of the Fordham Center for Ethics Education, A&S,
Charlie Sheen put a spotlight on HIV and sex workers. But here’s what’s missing from the conversation,” The Washington Post, November 23

Heather Gautney, PhD,
associate professor of sociology, A&S,
Bernie Sanders’s ‘College for All’ Plan Is Fair, Smart and Achievable,” The Nation, December 2

Karen J. Greenberg, PhD,
director of the Center on National Security, LAW,
California Shooters Didn’t Fit FBI Profiles, Raising Questions About US Strategy,” The New York Times, December 4

Christina Greer, PhD,
assistant professor of political science, A&S,
Presidential candidates ignore the costs of unpaid internships,” The Washington Post, December 3

Beth Knobel, PhD,
assistant professor of communication and media studies, A&S,
Russian fighter jet shot down over Turkey,” CBS News, November 24

Paul McNelis, SJ,
Robert Bendheim Professor of Economic and Financial Policy, BUS,
The Fed Liftoff: A Return to Normalcy?America, December 4

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,
Is racism on the rise? More in U.S. say it’s a ‘big problem,’ CNN/KFF poll finds,” CNN, November 24

Angela Alaimo O’Donnell,
associate director for the Curran Center for American Catholic Studies, A&S,
Fordham professor’s slim volume offers insights on Flannery O’Connor,” Catholic Courier, November 25

Costas Panagopoulos, PhD,
professor of political science and director of the Center for Electoral Politics, A&S,
Evidence Supporting Trump’s Claim Of Jersey City Muslims Cheering On 9/11 Is Hard To Come By,” CBS New York, November 23

John Pfaff, PhD,
professor of law, LAW,
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders use faulty data to support marijuana reform,” The Washington Times, November 29

“RP” Raghupathi, PhD,
professor of information systems, BUS,
Why Emerging Leaders Must Get to Know Big Data,” The Economist, November 18

Susan Scafidi,
academic director for the Fashion Law Institute, LAW,
Appreciation becomes appropriation: Is deeming yoga politically incorrect a complaint too far?”, November 24

Zephyr Teachout,
associate professor of law, LAW,
Sheldon Silver’s Legacy,” Huffington Post, December 1

Patrick Verel,
assistant editor of Inside Fordham, ADM,
The Impact of Street Art,” PIX 11, December 7


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