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Newsmakers : November 2014


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

Why You Need to Stop Blaming your Coworkers for your Lack of Productivity,”, Oct. 2

Charles C. Camosy, Ph.D.,
associate professor of theology, A&S,

Apple offers to freeze employees’ eggs: Empowering women or warning to moms?” The Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 15

James A. Cohen,
associate professor of law, LAW,

NYC lawyer accused of sexually assaulting woman after Al Sharpton party,” The Washington Times,Oct. 11

Mark Conrad,
associate professor of sports law, BUS,

The Long and Winding Road to Paying College Players,” Time, Oct. 8

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

Oklahoma Changes Lethal Injection Protocol, But Keeps Controversial Drug,” Time, Oct. 1

Hooman Estelami, Ph.D.,
professor of marketing, BUS,

The Paradigm Shift in Financial Services Marketing,” The European Financial Review, Oct. 21

Celia B. Fisher, Ph.D.,
Marie Ward Doty Professor of Psychology, director of the Fordham Center for Ethics Education, and professor of psychology, A&S,

Fordham’s Celia Fisher talks healthcare disparities on MSNBC,” MSNBC, Oct. 19

Karen J. Greenberg, Ph.D.,
director of the Center on National Security, LAW,

Why it’s so hard to stop Americans like Mohammed Hamzah Khan from trying to join Islamic State,”The Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 7

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

Astorino Gets Another Chance With Cuomo Debate,” The Wall Street Journal, Oct. 21

J. Patrick Hornbeck II, Ph.D.,
associate professor of theology, A&S,

Church must show more compassion, respect for same-sex couples, Vatican document says,” The Washington Post, Oct. 13

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

Remembering Ben Bradlee: Legendary newspaperman and tenacious leader,” The Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 22

Alice E. Marwick, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of communications, A&S,

Gamergate is loud, dangerous and a last grasp at cultural dominance by angry white men,”, Oct. 21

Charles Minzner,
professor of law, LAW,

To calm protests, China could boost Hong Kong finances or ax top official,” Al Jazeera America, Sept. 30

Costas Panagopoulos, Ph.D.,
professor of political science and director of the Center for Electoral Politics, A&S,

Alaska voters upset about public-shaming mailers, but experts say they work,” Alaska Dispatch News, Oct. 27

Michael Peppard, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of theology, A&S,

Tracking Syria’s Cultural Heritage,” Commonweal, Oct. 16

Martha Rayner,
clinical associate professor of law, LAW

In ‘Flush the Johns’ bench trials, judges should have explained acquittals, says DA Kathleen Rice,” Newsday, Oct. 15

Chris Rhomberg, Ph.D.,
associate professor of sociology, A&S,

Is this city the next Brooklyn? It’d rather not be,” Fortune, Oct. 17

Susan Scafidi,
academic director for the Fashion Law Institute, LAW,

Urban Outfitters And The Navajo Nation: What Does The Law Say?” Jezebel, Oct. 13

Zephyr Teachout,
associate professor of law, LAW,

Embrace the Irony,” The New Yorker, Oct. 13

Terrence W. Tilley, Ph.D.,
Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J., Professor of Catholic Theology, A&S,

Vatican Synod,” CBS News, Oct. 15

Alexander van Tulleken, M.D.,
Helen Hamlyn Senior Fellow, IIHA,

Q&A: How did Spanish nurse catch Ebola?” CNN, Oct. 8


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