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Newsmakers: March 2, 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.

William F. Baker, Ph.D., the Claudio Aquaviva Chair and
Journalist in Residence, GSE,
“A Conversation with Author Bill Baker,”
PBS’ Charlie Rose, February 5

Michael Baur, Ph.D., associate professor of philosophy, A&S,
“Help! Will Beatles’ Tunes Ever Make it Online?”, February 2

Deborah Denno, Ph.D., Arthur A. McGivney Professor of Law, LAW,
“Doctor Quits Prison Job Over Execution,”
American Medical News, February 9

John Feerick, former dean of Fordham University Law School
and executive director of the Feerick Center for Social Justice and
Dispute Resolution, LAW
“Tribute to Kaye,” New York Law Journal, January 27

Mike Forsythe, assistant softball coach, ADM,
“Now Batting: In a Tough Market, Norwalk Challenger Steps to the Plate,”
Stamford Advocate, January 28

Marshall A. George, Ed.D., associate professor of education, GSE,
“Fordham University Hosts First Graphic Novels in Education Conference,”
School Library Journal, February 5

Albert Greco, Ed.D., professor of marketing, BUS,
“LifeWay Publishes Bible in Chinese,”
The Tennessean, January 27

Ron Jacobson, Ph.D., associate vice president of academic affairs
and executive director of academic programs at Fordham Westchester, ADM,
“Business People in the News,”
Journal News, Westchester County, N.Y., January 30

Nicholas Johnson, professor of law, LAW,
“80% of Crime is Committed by Gangs—Must Be the Gun Lobby’s Fault,”
St. Louis Examiner, February 1

Tom Lee, professor of law, LAW,
“Ginsburg’s Cancer Raises Specter of Early Obama Appointment to Court,”
Congressional Quarterly/CQ Today, February 5

Paul Levinson, Ph.D., professor of communication and media studies, A&S.,
“New-Media Master,”
South China Morning Post, January 23

Mark Naison, Ph.D., professor of African-American studies, A&S
“Did FDR’s Jobs and Spending Programs Make the Depression Worse?”
History News Network, February 7

Alison Nathan, visiting assistant professor of law, LAW,
“Obama Taps 22 More Lawyers for White House Counsel’s Office,”
Legal Times, January 29

Angela O’Donnell, associate director of the Curran Center
for American Catholic Studies, ADM,
“St. Martha,” America magazine, February 9

John Pfaff, associate professor of law, LAW,
“It’s the Media, Not Juveniles, Who Are Delinquent: A Panic About Names,”
Huffington Post, February 3

Catherine Powell, associate professor of law, LAW,
“Constitutional Lawyers Divided Over Fate of Guantanamo Detainees,”
The American Lawyer, February 10

Martha Rayner, clinical associate professor of law, LAW,
“9/11, USS Cole Victims’
Families Meet with Obama,” CBS2 News at 6, February 6

Susan Scafidi, visiting professor of law, LAW,
“NY Fashion Week To Trim Down,”
New York 1 News, February 8

Steven Thel, Wormser Professor of Law, LAW,
“For CEOs, Thirst for Bonuses May be in Their DNA,”
Reuters, January 30

Susan Wabuda, Ph.D., assistant
professor of history, A&S,
“Oh, Henry,”, January 22


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