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NEWSMAKERS: October 14, 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.

Orit Avishai, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of anthropology, A&S,

Waist Trainers Mark Return of the Corset, for Better or Worse,” The Seattle Times, Sept. 21

James J. Brudney,
professor of law, LAW,

Feds Tighten Rules on Workplace Death Reporting,” ABC News via Associated Press, Sept. 11

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

Why Isn’t Ray Rice Facing a Criminal Trial?” CBS News, Sept. 10

Mark Conrad,
associate professor of sports law, BUS,

NFL Sponsor Wrath: Can They Change the League?” CNBC, Sept. 17

Christopher Dietrich, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of history, A&S,

How Islamic State is Wielding the Internet in New Ways,” The Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 17

Ahir Gopaldas, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of marketing, BUS,

Why Are Consumers Willing to Spend More Money on Ethical Products?”, Sept. 16

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

Advocating for Victims of Prepaid-Card Fraud,” The New York Times, Sept. 16

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

Does sharing photos of your children on Facebook put them at risk?” The Guardian, Sept. 20

Charles Minzner,
professor of law, LAW,

China sentences Uighur scholar to life in prison,” Al Jazeera America, Sept. 23

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

Fracking or Drinking Water? That May Become the Choice,” CNBC, Sept. 12

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

Secular Jews in Brooklyn Courted by Two Faiths,” The Wall Street Journal, Sept. 18

Francis Petit, Ed.D,
associate dean for executive MBA programs for the Graduate School of Business Administration and adjunct associate professor of marketing, BUS,

Will the Beats Go On?” E-Commerce Times, Sept. 23

Michael Plugh,
ecturer of communications, A&S,

Amazon’s Hot Sale Stokes Fire Phone Interest,” E-Commerce Times, Sept. 9

Paul Radvany,
clinical associate professor of law, LAW,

SAC Capital Advisors’ Mathew Martoma To Be Sentenced Monday, But Founder Steven Cohen Still Avoids Jail Time,” International Business Times, Sept. 8

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,

With Tech Taking Over in Schools, Worries Rise,” The New York Times, Sept. 14

Giacomo Santangelo, Ph.D.,
lecturer of economics, A&S,

‘Cosby Show’ Turns 30: Why Cliff’s Monopoly-Money Econ Lecture Still Pays Off,” Sept. 20

Edna Sussman,
Distinguished ADR Practitioner in Residence, LAW,

Cities Compete to Be the Arena for Global Legal Disputes,” The New York Times, Sept. 11

Zephyr Teachout,
associate professor of law, LAW,

Zephyr Teachout Says She Doesn’t Expect to Endorse in Governor’s Race, but will Decide Late October,” NY Daily News, Sept. 22

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

Pres. Obama Acts on Ebola ‘Epidemic’,” MSNBC, Sept. 16

Benjamin C. Zipursky, Ph.D.,
James H. Quinn ’49 Chair in Legal Ethics and professor of law, LAW,

Big Cities Take Aim at Prescription Painkillers,” The Washington Post via Associated Press, Sept. 16


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