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Lectures & Special Clips

  Lectures & Special Clips
  The 2008 Fall Gannon Lecture sponsored by GSAS: Is There Still a Mystery to Nysticism after Modernity, by Rabbi Alan Brill, Ph.D., '94, Cooperman/Ross Endowed Professor in honor of Sr. Rose Thering, Seton Hall University.  (43 minutes) (10/6/08)     Tim Russert's commencement address at Fordham in May, 2004 (9 minutes, 25 seconds).
  The 2008 Gannon Lecture sponsored by GSAS: An Odyssey of Discovery, by Dr. C. W. Chu, Ph.D., '65, D.Sc. '88, President, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.  (1 hour, 11 minutes) 3/28/08)     Ted Koppel Discusses Hot-Button Issues in the News During Presentation at the Graduate School of Business Administration 9/24/2007.
(58 minutes, 38 seconds)
  Interview with CBS's Mike Wallace at Fordham University University's Rose Hill Campus. Interviewed by Fordham's Nightly News. (1 minute, 46 seconds) 11/6/07     "Fordham rated one of the 25 hottest schools in America" Newsweek story reported on the local TV news, September, 2007.
(1 minute 48 seconds)
  "Class Conflict in the Convent: St. Caesarius of Arles and Unruly Nuns" Talk given bySpeaker: Maureen Tilley, Ph.D., Visiting Professor of Theology, September 12, 2007.
(36 minutes)
    "Millenials Interviewed"
(42 minutes) Students interviewed by Richard Sweeney, University Librarian, New Jersey Institute of Technology, at the Annual Technology Conference May 22, 2007.
  "Millenials" Talk given by Richard Sweeney, University Librarian, New Jersey Institute of Technology, at the Annual Technology Conference on
May 22, 2007.
(43 minutes)
    Commencement Speech given at Rose Hill May19th, 2007 by Willie Randolph, Manager of the N.Y. Mets.
(10 minutes)
  Joseph M. McShane, S.J., President of Fordham University comments at Commencement 2007 Press conference with Willie Randolph, Manager of the Mets.
(52 seconds)
    Patrick J. Ryan, S.J., Vice-President for University Mission and Ministry closes Commencement 2007 with his final prayer in rhyming couplets.
(2 minutes)
  Joseph M. McShane, S.J., President of Fordham University
closes Commencement 2007 with his final comments.
(14 minutes)
    The Conscience of a Writer-Telling the Truth in Poetry and Memoir, A Conversation with Mary Karr
sponsored by the Center for Religion and Culture, 3/20/2007
(1 hr. 31 min.)
  An Evening with Four Literary Stars, Wednesday, 25 April 2007, The Ninth Annual Russo Lecture, Sponsored by the Archbishop Hughes Institute
(1 hr. 44 min.)
    Gannon Lecture 2007
Writes of Passage:  Confessions of
a Bronx Irish Scribbler
March 30, 2007 (33 minutes)
  Beauty, Truth, and Planetary Science:  Finding Ourselves in the Solar System LOYOLA CHAIR LECTURE, April 11, 2007(1 hr.)     Wrestling with the Angel, Art and Religion: Why Can’t We All Get Along? January 26, 2007, Panel Discussion, sponsored by the Center for Religion and Culture
(1 hr. 34 min.)
  Wrestling with the Angel, Art and Religion: Why Can’t We All Get Along? January 26, 2007, Keynote by David Freedberg, Columbia University, sponsored by the Center for Religion and Culture
(1 hr. 20 min.)
    Catholic Teenagers, Faith at Risk Panel sponsored by theCenter for Religion and Culture on November 2nd, 2006:
(1 hr. 54 minutes)
      New Models for Online Learning, Carol A. Twigg, Ph.D., President and CEO of the National Center for Academic Transformation - the Keynote address at Fordham's Spring Academic Technology Conference: (46 minutes )
  The Jesuit Jubilee Lecture: Francis Xavier by Archbishop Joseph Pittau, S.J. October 17th, 2006: (1 hr. 11 minutes)     The Jesuit Jubilee Lecture: Peter Faber by Rev. John Padberg, S.J. February 8th, 2006: (24 minutes)
  Orthodoxy in America Lecture Series: In the World, not of the World, for the Sake of the World: Orthodoxy and American Culture by Albert J. Raboteau, Henry W. Putnam Professor of Religion at Princeton University: Tuesday, 4 April 2006 6 PM (40 minutes)    
Winning in the Cyber Battlespace
Wednesday, April 28, 2004
Spring Instructional Techology Conference
Keynote address by Ron Moritz (1 hr. 6 minutes)
  Prof. Kathy King & Dr. Susan Biro Interviewed on "Bronx Talk" November 10th 2005 on Bronxnet Cable TV: Bronx Cable discussing RETC (16 minutes)

Prof. Kathy King Interviewed on "Bronx Talk"
December 9, 2004 (13 minutes)
    New approaches to reversing the genetic defect that causes Familial Dysautonomia
September 10, 2003, Flom Auditorium (1 hr. 21 min.)
  Videos on St. Ignatius and Ignatian Pedagogy     The Eliot School Rebellion
Boston, 1859: Education, Slavery, and the Nineteenth Century Catholic Revival"; John T. McGreevy, University of Notre Dame, Center for Catholic Studies lecture. 10/10/02. (41 minutes)
  The Russo Lecture: An Evening with Budd Schulberg
Tuesday, April 29, 2003, In the Russo Lecture Mr. Schulberg discussed the events that led to his writing of the screenplay On the Waterfront, a project that was inspired by his friendship with several New York Jesuit labor priests. (1 hr. 41 min.)
    Jesuits in Hungary
An interview with former Fordham Professor, Fr. John Adam, S.J. about the Jesuits in Hungary after Communism and their new school in Miskolc, in particular. (18 minutes)
  Peter Paul Rubens: The Society of Jesus, and the Argument for a Jesuit Style: A Case Study of the Jesuit Church in Antwerp.
Lecture by Daniel C. Favata, Ph.D. Cand., NYU Institute of Fine Arts. 9/26/02  (45 minutes)
    Trent, The Making of Modern Catholicism
Loyola Lecture by John O'Malley, S.J.,
April 18, 2002 (1 hr. 11 minutes)
  Technology in Higher Ed
Instructional Technology Conference Keynote: Peter Javonovitch, May 16, 2002 (28.5 minutes)
    A Novel Method for Measuring the Optical Activity of Biopolymeres by Dr. Martin Sanzari May 15, 2001 (41.5 minutes)
  Faculty Technology Day: The Internet and its Challenges 1/9/2002, Lecture on common networking issues in higher education (51 minutes)     Familial Dysautonomia Disease
Lecture given by Dr. Berish Rubin (43 minutes)
  Jesuit Catholic Tradition in Information Technology
Faculty Technology Day, 5/17/2001, by Michael Class, S.J., Marquette University (35 minutes)

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