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Newsmakers: May 4, 2015


Inside Fordham Online is proud to highlight faculty and staff who have recently
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Charles C. Camosy, PhD,
associate professor of theology, A&S,
What do Americans really think about abortion? The answer may surprise you,” The Christian Science Monitor, April 20

Leonard Cassuto, PhD,
professor of English, A&S,
Graduate Students Cannot Live by Pimentos Alone,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 27

James A. Cohen,
associate professor of law, LAW,
Homeless Sex Offender Accused Of Raping Woman In Kips Bay Bar Bathroom Pleads Not Guilty,” CBS New York, April 16

Mark Conrad,
acting area chair and associate professor of law and ethics and director of the sports business specialization, BUS,
Carson is latest to try to return professional football to Los Angeles,” The Christian Science Monitor, April 23

Benjamin Crooker, PhD,
associate professor of physics and associate vice president for academic affairs, A&S,
Why is Nepal at risk for major earthquakes?” CNN, April 27

Deborah W. Denno, PhD,
Arthur A. McGivney Professor of Law, LAW,
Could the Supreme Court restrict the use of lethal injection?” CBS News, April 29

Heather Gautney, PhD,
associate professor of sociology, A&S,
In West Baltimore, some residents see rioting as a rational response to daily despair,” Vox, April 29

Karen J. Greenberg, PhD,
director of the Center on National Security, LAW,
US Senate Confirms Lynch as Attorney General,” Voice of America, April 24

Christina Greer, PhD,
assistant professor of political science, A&S,
No. 1 Success Tip For Women In Business: Do More Than You Know,” Forbes, April 23

Joseph Landau,
associate professor of law, LAW,
Why Chief Justice John Roberts Might Support Gay Marriage,” The New York Times, April 27

Jason Munshi-South, PhD,
associate professor of biology, A&S,
The Rat Paths of New York,” The New York Times, April 23

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,
What Are Baltimore’s Rioters Trying to ‘Communicate’?National Review, April 29

Christiana Peppard, PhD,
assistant professor of theology and science, A&S,
Pope Francis poised to weigh in on climate change with major document,” The Washington Post, April 27

Michael Peppard, PhD,
assistant professor of theology, A&S,
Transcending polarization,” Commonweal, April 24

Michael Pirson, PhD,
associate professor of management systems, BUS,
Sharing economy trying to be easier on environment,” Metro, April 17

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,
Turning a Children’s Rating System Into an Advocacy Army,” The New York Times, April 26

Giacomo Santangelo, PhD,
lecturer of economics, A&S,
Fast Track Fair Trade,” Arise TV, April 26

Susan Scafidi,
academic director for the Fashion Law Institute, LAW,
Target’s Pulitzer Line Is One Of Its Biggest Designer Deals Ever: Will It Hit Or Miss?Forbes, April 17

Zephyr Teachout,
associate professor of law, LAW,
De Blasio’s bid for national impact faces hurdles,” Newsday, April 28

Rosemary Wakeman, PhD,
professor of history and director of the Urban Studies Program, A&S,
NYC’s micro apartments push the limits of downsized living,” am New York, April 19


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