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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.


Vincent Alfonso, Ph.D.
professor of school psychology, GSE,

“The Endless ‘Teachable Moments’ of Occupy Wall Street,”
Forbes.com, November 3


Bruce F. Berg, Ph.D.
associate professor of political science, A&S,

“Owe, Really, Mike?”
New York Post, November 13


James Brudney
professor of law, LAW,

“Ohio Union Victory Boosts Obama’s Hopes for 2012,”
Reuters, November 9


Kevin Cahill, M.D.
professor and director of the Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs, A&S,

“Seven Billion and Counting—Counting on Help From Somewhere,”
U.S. Catholic, November 4


James Cohen
associate professor of law, LAW,

“NYPD Copes with Spate of Corruption Allegations,”
Staten Island Advance, November 9


Mark Conrad, Ph.D.
associate professor of business law and area chair of legal and ethical studies, BUS,

“Lawyer for N.F.L. in Lockout Joins Players in N.B.A. Fight,”
The New York Times, November 14


Jeanne C. Fromer
associate professor of law, LAW,

“David Gelernter Discusses Patent Claim Against Apple,”
The New York Times, November 6


Qin Gao, Ph.D.
associate professor of social work, GSS,

“People in the Know,” China Radio International, October 12


Heather Gautney, Ph.D.
assistant professor of sociology, A&S,

“Occupy Protesters, Cops Struggle to Balance Conflict with Sympathies,”
ABC News, November 5

“Oakland Braces for Strike, Marches. Can Occupy Protesters Close the Port?”
Minnesota Post, November 2

“Tear Gas and Mayhem at Occupy Oakland: Help or Hindrance to the Cause?”
Christian Science Monitor, October 26


Laura Gonzalez, Ph.D.
assistant professor of finance and business economics, BUS,

“Profesora Explica Cómo la Crisis de Grecia Puede Afectar a EE.UU.”
NY1Noticias, November 4


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

“$9M Richer, Informant Unmasks Himself at NY Trial,”
WDTN, November 6


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

“Herman Cain Accused of Sexual Harassment by Fourth Woman,”
AM New York, November 8

“Discuten Nuevo Plan Migratorio,”
La Opinion, October 27


Robert Hurley, Ph.D.
professor of management, BUS,

“Restoring Trust in Government and in the Workplace,”
CNBC, November 11

“Book Review: The Decision to Trust,”
US Daily Review, November 1

“Trust Me,”
Wall Street Journal, October 24


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

“Effort to Rebuild CBS News Focuses on Morning,”
San Francisco Chronicle, October 25


Paul Levinson, Ph.D.
professor of communication and media studies, A&S,

“Wall Street Protest,”
WNYW, Good Day Street Talk, October 21


Mark Mattson, Ph.D.
assistant professor of psychology and associate dean of Fordham College at Lincoln Center, A&S,

“‘Truth Effect’ Explains Why Misinformation is Easily Spread,”
National Post, November 1


Tom Murphy
director of the Human Resiliency Institute, GSE,

“PIX News Close-Up,”
WPIX-TV, November 13


Philip M. Napoli, Ph.D.
professor of communications and media management and director of the Donald McGannon Communication Research Center, BUS,

“Will Google Upend Moldy Cable-TV Business Model?”
E-Commerce Times, November 7


Costas Panagopoulos, Ph.D.
associate professor of political science, A&S,

“Christie Says Election ‘No Big Shocker,’ Blames Political Map,”
Bloomberg BusinessWeek, November 9

“Occupy Wall StreetProtesters Anti-Obama and Plan to Skip 2012 Election,
Fordham Poll Finds,”
Daily News, November 1

“Who Is Occupy Wall Street? After Six Weeks, A Profile Finally Emerges,”
Christian Science Monitor, November 1


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

“Is Occupy Oakland Undermining Its Own Message with Violence?”
Minnesota Post, November 4

“Occupy Protest Echoes Oakland’s Radical Past,”
Bay Citizen (Oakland), November 2

“Will a Provision in Obama’s Jobs Bill to Protect the
Unemployed Help? Career Experts Respond,”
Star Ledger, October 16


Peter Steinfels, Ph.D.
co-director of the Fordham University Center on Religion and Culture, ADM,

“Carol Marin: Church Should Show Compassion,”
Chicago Sun Times, November 4


Lance Strate, Ph.D.
professor of communication and media studies, A&S,

“Can the Nook Color Find a Niche in the Tablet Market?”
E-Commerce Times, November 1

“It’s the Medium, Stupid” People Planet, November

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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