Events and News for The McGannon Center
Events for The McGannon Center include symposiums and lectures that address communications related research.
News for The McGannon Center include special articles, book awards, and publications regarding communications related research.
Future of Democracy Ep. 19: Unpacking online speech
With the click of a button, almost anyone in the world can post their thoughts, opinions or commentary online. How can we understand speech online and the policies that surround it?
Professor Olivier Sylvain at Senate Commerce Committee
On July 28, Professor Olivier Sylvain was a witness at the Senate Commerce Committee’s hearing titled, “The PACT Act and Section 230: The Impact of the Law that Helped Create the Internet and an Examination of Proposed Reforms for Today’s Online World.”
McGannon Center Awarded Grant by Knight Foundation to Support Research on Internet Governance
Fordham Law’s McGannon Center has received a $50,000 award from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to support research into the impact of public communications infrastructure projects, including the WiFi kiosk networks in New York City and Philadelphia.
Fordham Joins Network Dedicated to Harnessing Tech for Good
Fordham is joining forces with a network that can help students and faculty examine ethical issues in the tech sector.
Finalists Announced for the 2023 Sperber Book Prize
Three biographies and one memoir have been chosen as the finalists for the Sperber Book Prize, administered by Fordham University. This is the 25th annual competition for the award, which honors outstanding biographies and memoirs related to the field of print and electronic journalism.