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Newsmakers: July 5, 2016


Inside Fordham Online is proud to highlight faculty and staff who have recently
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David Budescu, PhD,
Anne Anastasi Professor of Psychometrics and Quantitative Psychology, A&S,
Scientists and scholars discuss health communication methods at conference,” The Michigan Daily, June 19

Charles C. Camosy, PhD,
associate professor of theology, A&S,
Clinton’s Candidacy Courts Controversy With Christians,” National Catholic Register, June 21

Saul Cornell, PhD,
The Paul and Diane Guenther Chair in American History, A&S,
The Second Amendment of their imagination: Gun-rights advocates need to admit that the Founders were fine with gun confiscation, among other things,” New York Daily News, June 22

Thomas De Luca, PhD,
professor of political science, A&S,
De Occupy Wall Street a Bernie Sanders: legado político de un país cambiante,” El Diario, June 17

Karen J. Greenberg, PhD,
director of the Center on National Security, LAW,
Wolf Dens, Not Lone Wolves, the Norm in U.S. Islamic State Plots,” Reuters, June 14

Abner S. Greene,
Leonard F. Manning Professor of Law, LAW,
“‘Free-speech zone’ proposal draws backlash,” The Riverdale Press, June 15

Christina Greer, PhD,
associate professor of political science, A&S,
Many say political opponents frighten them, threaten country,” Associated Press via Houston Chronicle, June 22

Evon Hekkala, PhD,
assistant professor of biology, A&S,
7 Myths and Misconceptions About Crocodilians, Debunked,” mental_floss, June 23

Clare Huntington,
associate dean for research and professor of law, LAW,
What the Supreme Court’s Texas Decision Means for Abortion Access Across the Country,” Mic, June 27

Nicholas Johnson,
professor of law, LAW,
Why the Senate likely won’t pass gun bills on terror watch lists,” The Christian Science Monitor, June 17

Michael E. Lee, PhD,
associate professor of theology, A&S,
Puerto Rico puts its mark on theological meeting,” National Catholic Reporter, June 27

Thomas H. Lee,
Leitner Family Professor of International Law, LAW,
Immigration deadlock showcases shortcomings of short-handed court,” The Christian Science Monitor, June 23

Robin A. Lenhardt,
professor of law and faculty director of the Center on Race, Law, and Justice, LAW,
US Supreme Court upholds affirmative action in public universities,” Yahoo! News, June 23

Paul Levinson, PhD,
professor of communication and media studies, A&S,
Orlando gunman’s face, name become journalism challenge,” Associated Press via Stamford Advocate, June 15

Carl Minzner,
professor of law, LAW,
China Tries to Redistribute Education to the Poor, Igniting Class Conflict,” The New York Times, June 11

Jason Munshi-South, PhD,
associate professor of biology, A&S,
Cities create accidental experiments in plant, animal evolution,”, June 24

Martha Rayner,
clinical associate professor of law, LAW,
Hearing from the Lawyers Defending Guantánamo Detainees,” WNYC, June 22

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,
States Rushed To Regulate Student Data,” City-County Observer, June 13

Giacomo Santangelo, PhD,
lecturer of economics, A&S,
What Happens If Britain Leaves The EU? Brexit Impact Explained,” International Business Times, June 23

Zephyr Teachout,
associate professor of law, LAW,
A corruption foe, Teachout has green thumb with campaign cash,” The Union Recorder, June 24


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