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Newsmakers: July 6, 2009


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.

Paul Baard, Ph.D., associate professor of management
and communications, BUS,

“With Money Tight, Food Buys Favor,”
Boston Globe, June 11

Doron Ben-Atar, Ph.D., professor of history, A&S,

“Latha Jishnu: Thieves Who Turned Super Cops,”
Business Standard [India], May 13

Bruce F. Berg, Ph.D., associate professor of
political science, A&S,

“Billionaire Mayor Bloomberg Pushes Middle Class Image in Campaign,”
AM New York, May 18

Mary Bly, Ph.D., associate professor of English, A&S,

“Whole Lotta Love,”
New Jersey Monthly magazine, May 5

John Carey, Ph.D., assistant professor of marketing
and communication, A&S,

“Digital TV Ready to Rule the Tube, Leaving Some Viewers in the Dark,”
Washington Post, June 11

Richard Carnell, associate professor of law, LAW,

“Searching for Clues in Sotomayor’s Opinions,”
American Banker, June 8

Clive Daniel, Ph.D., assistant
professor of economics, A&S,

“Caribbean Lobbyists can Participate with Proper Preparation,”
Barbados Advocate, June 7

Thomas J. Daniels, Ph.D., associate professor of biology, A&S,

“Rain, Warmth to Bring Mosquitoes Out in Droves,”
CBS2 News at 6, June 12

Thomas De Luca, Ph.D., professor
of political science, A&S,

“Obama Given High Marks for First 100 Days,”
Arizona Republic, April 30

Deborah Denno, Ph.D., Arthur A. McGivney Professor of Law, LAW,

“N.C. Court Overturns Ban on Doctor Participation in Executions,”
American Medical News, May 18

Carl Felsenfeld, professor of law, LAW,

“Chrysler Creditors Attempt to Block Bankruptcy Deal,”
BBC World News, May 6

Jennifer Gordon, associate professor of law, LAW,

“A Shift on Immigration,”
The New York Times, May 3

Albert Greco, Ed.D., professor of marketing, BUS,

“How a Student-Friendly Kindle Could Change the Textbook Market,”
Chronicle of Higher Education, June 5

“Superstore Chain Looks to ‘Make’ Hits,”
The Associated Press, May 5

Bruce Green, Louis Stein Professor and Director of the
Stein Center for Law and Ethics, LAW,

“Are Jenny Durkan’s Party Ties an Ethics Issue?”
Seattle Times, June 15

Robert Himmelberg, Ph.D., professor of history, A&S,

“Hyperactivity Amid Economic Mess,”
Financial Times, April 29

Paul Levinson, Ph.D., professor of communication and
media studies, A&S,

“Drinks are Free With Many Popular Shows,”
Chicago Sun-Times, May 5

Joseph O’Hare, S.J., University
president emeritus, ADM,

“Obama Nominates New York Latina to Supreme Court,”
Catholic News Service, May 28

Donna Rapaccioli, Ph.D., dean of the College of Business
Administration, BUS,

“From Folding Shoe to Eco-Friendly Pizza Box, Young Entrepreneurs
Thrive Despite Recession,”
New York Daily News, June 1

Joel Reidenberg, Ph.D., associate vice president for academic affairs
and associate chief academic officer; professor of law and founding director of the
Center on Law and Information Policy, LAW, ADM,

“Law Students Teach Scalia About Privacy and the Web,”
The New York Times, May 17

“W. Va. Scam is Rare Type of ID Theft,” T
he Associated Press, May 9

“Supreme Discomfort Caused by Law Professor’s Internet Privacy Project,”
Chronicle of Higher Education, May 6

Thierry Rigogne, Ph.D., assistant professor of history, A&S,

“The Best of All Possible Cafés,”
The American Scholar, Summer 2009

Berish Rubin, Ph.D., professor of biology, A&S,

“From Bench to Bedside: Academia Slows the Search for Clues,”
Newsweek, June 15

Susan Scafidi, visiting professor of law, LAW,

“EBay Wins Court Fight Against L’Oreal in UK,”
The Associated Press, May 22

“Grin and Bare It,”
Forbes magazine, April 29

Msgr. Thomas J. Shelley, Ph.D., professor of theology, A&S,

“The Oldest Living Institution,”
America magazine, May 4

James Vanderberg, (FCLC ’02), adjunct professor of visual arts, A&S,

“So Where Are They Now?”
The New York Times, June 5


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