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Newsmakers: June 2011


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.

Anita Batisti, Ph.D.,
associate dean and director of the
Center for Educational Partnerships, GSE,

“City Panel Votes to Close Three More Schools, Bringing Total to 27,”
GothamSchools, April 29

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

“‘Eloisa James’ to Deliver Keynote Speech at Writers’ Conference,”
Connecticut Post, May 5

John Carey, Ph.D.,
professor of communications and media management, BUS,

“Adoption of New Media: How Marketers Can Make New Mistakes,”
The European Financial Review, April 15

James Cohen,
associate professor of law, LAW,

“Teen Questioned in Baby Death,”
The Riverdale Press, May 3

Saul Cornell, Ph.D.,
Paul and Diane Guenther Chair in American History, A&S,

“New Originalism: A Constitutional Scam,”
Dissent Magazine, May 3

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

“What Impact Will Judge’s Decisions Have in Jacques’ Case?”
Burlington Free Press, May 8

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

“Worldwide Exchange,”
CNBC, May 6

“Torstar Profit Slips on Soft Ad Market,”
The Globe and Mail, May 4

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

“Legal Groups Urge Broad Search for Federal Prisons Director,”
The BLT: Blog of Legal Times, May 11

Cristina Greer,
Ph.D., assistant professor of political science, A&S,

“White House Working to Court Blacks for Obama,”
Philadelphia Tribune, May 8

“Obama’s Ground Zero Visit Seen as Symbolic,”
am New York, May 4

Evon Hekkala, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of behavioral ecology, A&S,

“Crocodiles Swam the Atlantic to Reach America,”
New Scientist, May 5

J. Patrick Hornbeck II, D. Phil.,
assistant professor and associate chair of theology, A&S,

“Academic Freedom at Heart of UMSL Flap,”
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 7

Beth Knobel, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of communication and media studies, A&S,

“Scott Pelley In, Katie Couric Out, at CBS Evening News,”
Christian Science Monitor, May 3

“What Katie Couric’s Likely Successor will Bring,”
The Associated Press, April 28

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

“‘The Office’ Finale: Top-Rated TV Shows are Jeopardized by Cast Changes,”
Cleveland Plain Dealer, April 24

“DirecTV: Would You Pay $30 to See a New Release in Your Living Room?”
Christian Science Monitor, April 21

Allan Luks,
visiting professor and director of the Center for Nonprofit Leaders, GSS,

“On His Book ‘The Healing Power of Doing Good,’”
NJ12 News, May 15

Matthew Maguire,
professor of theatre and director of the program, A&S,

“Burning Coal Theatre Co. Presents ‘My Name is Rachel Corrie’ May 19-22,”
Broadway World, May 11

Michael M. Martin,
dean and Distinguished Professor of Law, LAW,

“Fordham’s Interim Dean Gets the Permanent Position,”
The National Law Journal, May 4

“The Lists,”
Inside Higher Ed

Monika McDermott,
Ph.D., associate professor of political science, A&S,

“President Obama Poll after Bin Laden Death,”
WNBC-TV News 4 New York at 6

Roger A. Milici Jr.,
vice president for development and University relations, ADM,

“Area Business People in the News,”
Stamford Advocate, Danbury News Times, Connecticut Post, May 8

“The Lists,”
Inside Higher Ed

Costas Panagopoulos, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of political science, A&S,

“Huntsman Forms Federal PAC; Is He Going to Run?”
The Salt Lake Tribune, May 3

“Mandatory Voting Cons: More Voters Doesn’t Mean Increased Awareness,”
The Globe and Mail, April 25

W. “R.P.” Raghupathi, Ph.D.,
professor of information and communication systems, BUS,

“IBM Grants Fund Smarter Planet Curriculum Development,”
Campus Technology, May 5

Guy Robinson, Ph.D.,
instructor of biology, A&S,

“Sniff, Sneeze, Blow, Wipe, Repeat,”
The Wall Street Journal, May 11

Thane Rosenbaum,
John Whelan Distinguished Lecturer in Law and director of the
Forum on Law, Culture and Society, LAW,

“Obama’s Finest Hour,”
The Wall Street Journal, May 3

Susan Scafidi,
visiting professor of law, LAW,

“Could You Go to Jail for Buying a Knockoff Coach Bag?”
The Atlanta Post, April 27

“NYC Bill Would Criminalize Buying Knockoff Goods,”
The Associated Press, April 26

Lance Strate, Ph.D.,
professor of communication and media studies, A&S,

“Eine Steine Nacht Muzak,”
KronoScope, 2010


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