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Newsmakers: October 18, 2016


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, GABELLI,
Paul Baard’s Motivation Matters: Time for a motivation checkup?New Hampshire Union Leader, October 2

Charles C. Camosy, Ph.D.,
associate professor of theology, ARTS AND SCIENCES,
Connecting the Dots with Mark Shea, Doug O’Brien, and Charles Camosy 10/06/16,” Bread Box Media, October 6

Christina Greer, Ph.D.,
associate professor of political science, ARTS AND SCIENCES,
Fed up with Trump and Clinton, some voters weigh options,” Associated Press, October 10

Sean J. Griffith,
T.J. Maloney Chair in Business Law and director of the Fordham Corporate Law Center, LAW,
Don’t count on Cabela’s promise to keep ‘important bases of operations’ in Nebraska, experts say,”, October 8

Janna C. Heyman, Ph.D.,
Henry C. Ravazzin Chair and professor of social work, GSS,
Trump and Clinton Face-Off on Eldercare: Whose Policies Are Better?”, October 11

Paul Levinson, Ph.D.,
professor of communication and media studies, ARTS AND SCIENCES,
Teaching Siri to Snark,” Popular Mechanics, October 11

Dean McKay, Ph.D.,
professor of psychology, ARTS AND SCIENCES,
After the debate, conservatives get the call to protest: ‘The leftist media are out of control’,” The Washington Times, October 11

Mark Naison, Ph.D.,
professor of African and African American Studies and history, and principal investigator of the Bronx African American History Project (BAAHP), ARTS AND SCIENCES,
Recaptured Time in the South Bronx,” WNYC, October 10

John Pfaff, Ph.D.,
professor of law, LAW,
Despite Ken Thompson’s Short Stint as Brooklyn Prosecutor, Agenda May Endure,” The New York Times, October 10

Joel R. Reidenberg, Ph.D.,
Stanley D. and Nikki Waxberg Chair and professor of law and founding academic director of the Center on Law and Information Policy, LAW,
Facebook-backed school software shows promise — and raises privacy concerns,” The Washington Post, October 11


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