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Thursday, 30 October 2014

 

Antitrust Compliance Panel: What You Need to Know Today in Dealing with DOJ

Panelists: Antitrust experts Theodore L. Banks, Stacey Anne Mahoney, Joseph E. Murphy, and special panelist Jeffrey Martino, chief of the New York office, antitrust division of the U.S. Department of Justice, with moderator Kent Bernard, adjunct professor of law, will talk about antitrust compliance programs. Sponsored by the Fordham Corporate Law Center. For complete details, visit the event page.

8:30 a.m. | Bateman Room/2-01B, Fordham Law School, Lincoln Center Campus

Contact: rakoff@law.fordham.edu or 212-636-7985

 

Fall Blood Drive

Sponsored by the New York Blood Center (NYBC). All donors must be 16 years or older, weigh at least 110 pounds, be in good health, and bring a photo/signature ID.

12 p.m.- 6 p.m. | O’Keefe Commons, O’Hare Hall, Rose Hill Campus

Contact: NYBC, 1-800-688-0900

 

Lecture: Preserving Affordable Housing: The Side Effects of Gentrification

Speaker: Harvey Epstein, director of the Community Development Project, Urban Justice Center. Sponsored by the Feerick Center for Social Justice. For complete details, visit the event page.

12:30 p.m. | Room 3-02, Fordham Law School, Lincoln Center Campus

Contact: Wilma Tamayo-Abreu, 212-636-7671, wtamayoabreu@fordham.edu

 

Lunchtime Zen

An introduction to Zen meditation. All are welcome, no registration required. Loose clothing recommended. Sponsored by Campus Ministry.

1:15 p.m. | Blessed Rupert Mayer Chapel, Room 221, Lowenstein Center, Lincoln Center Campus

Contact: Sheila Ross, 212-636-6540, sross@fordham.edu or Carol Gibney, 212-636-6318, cgibney@fordham.edu

 

IPED Field Reports: From Haiti to Sierra Leone

IPED graduate students will report on their summer field experiences in: Ethiopia, Haiti, India, Kenya, Paraguay, Samoa, Sierra Leone, South Africa, and Tanzania. Sponsored by the Graduate Program in International Political Economy and Development (IPED).

4 p.m. | Economics Conference Room/Room E-530, Dealy Hall, Rose Hill Campus

Contact: IPED Office, 718-817-4064

 

Lecture: How Judges Decide

Speaker: Hon. Alvin Hellerstein of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York will talk about personal bias. For complete details, visit the event page.

6 p.m. | Room 4-04, Fordham Law School, Lincoln Center Campus

 

Daily Masses

To view all three campuses’ daily Masses, visit Campus Ministry’s website.

 

Athletic Events

To view schedules, visit the Fordham Sports website

 

News Flash

 

Law Alumna to Run Marathon for One Who Keeps Her On Track

Jessica Berman, LAW ’02, will run the New York City marathon on Nov. 2 in honor of her husband, Brad, a stroke victim, in an effort to raise money for the creation of a lower limb robotics program. For complete details, read the article on Fordham’s news blog.

 

Beinecke Scholarship Winner Honored

Fordham College at Lincoln Center junior Nikolas Oktaba was honored as the recipient of one of 20 prestigious Beinecke Scholarships at an event on Oct. 24. For complete details, read the article on Fordham’s news blog.

 

Campus Ministry Organizes Reprise of Sandy Saturday

On Nov. 8, a Fordham contingent will return to the Rockaways with Habitat for Humanity-Westchester to clear and rebuild neighborhoods affected by Hurricane Sandy. For complete details, read the article on Fordham’s news blog.

 

SWS Students Get Schooled in Résumé Writing

Kelly Heimrich, GSB ’12, of Credit Suisse, stopped by the Gabelli School of Business to talk to students about the importance of perfecting a résumé as part of the Smart Woman Securities Lecture Series. For complete details, read the article on the Gabelli School’s blog.

 

Fordham’s Michael Marando Recognized by Fred Mitchell Award

Senior kicker Michael Marando was recognized for his accomplishments on and off the field in the month of October. For complete details, read the article on Fordham’s athletics page.

 

Save The Date

 

Lambda Pi Eta Induction Ceremony

The Communication and Media Studies Department will induct 32 undergraduate students into its honor society, Lambda Pi Eta, on Sunday, Nov. 2 at 3 p.m. in Tognino Hall, Duane Library, Rose Hill Campus. Jim Jennewein, artist-in-residence at the Department of Communication and Media Studies, will be the guest speaker. For complete details, email Margot Hardenbergh at hardenbergh@fordham.edu.

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