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Lerzan Askoy, Ph.D.
associate professor of marketing, BUS

“Understanding the WAR for Wallet Share to Drive Business,”
Ipsos, October 20

Thomas Beaudoin, Ph.D.
associate professor of practical theology, GRE

“Occupy Wall Street Protests Have a Spiritual Side,”
USA Today, October 10

James Cohen
associate professor of law, LAW

“BofA Seeks to Oust AIG Law Firm From $10 Bln Case,”, October 18

“On Heels of Brooklyn Arrest, A Look at How to Catch an Attacker,”, October 13

John J. Davenport, Ph.D.
associate professor of philosophy, A&S

“Gadhafi Dead,”
News 12 The Bronx, October 20

Deborah Denno, Ph.D.
Arthur A. McGivney Professor of Law, LAW

“‘Execution by Firing Squad’ Option Posed in Florida,”
HULIQ, October 13

John Entelis, Ph.D.
professor of political science, A&S

“Algerians Ignore Latest Protest Call—For Now,”
Associated Press, September 25

Howard Erichson
professor of law, LAW

“BP Sets $4 Bln from Anadarko for Oil Spill Costs,”
Reuters, October 17

Celia B. Fisher, Ph.D.
Marie Ward Doty Professor of Psychology and director of the
Fordham Center for Ethics Education, A&S

“Gateway Superintendent’s E-Mail Scrutinized,”
Pittsburgh Tribune, October 12

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

“Why Occupy Wall Street Wants Nothing to Do with Our Politicians,”
Washington Post, October 21

“Daniel Rubin: Occupy Philadelphia Likely to Keep Going Strong,”
Philadelphia Inquirer, October 13

“Occupy Wall Street Activists Cool to Celebrities’ Visit,”
Los Angeles Times, October 11

“Unions Join Wall Street Protests,”
World News with Diane Sawyer, October 5

“Occupy Wall Street: Flash in the Pan or Beginning of a Movement?”
Christian Science Monitor, October 4

“Occupy Wall Street Protests: A Fordham University Professor Analyzes the Movement,”
International Business Times, October 3

Albert Greco, Ed.D.
professor of marketing, BUS

“A $20 Textbook,”
Chronicle of Higher Education, October 9

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

“Detroit Beats New York, in Baseball and in Terror Trials,”
The New York Times, October 18

“Analysis: Iran Case Sign of U.S. Drugs Agency’s New Security Role,”, October 14

“Foiled Assassination Plot,”, October 13

Evon Hekkala, Ph.D.
assistant professor of biology, A&S

“Nile Crocodile is Two Species,”
Cryptozoology Online, October 1

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

“Stay on Top With Trust,”
Investors Business Daily, October 13

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

“NYT Paywall Experiment: So Far, So Good,”
E-Commerce Times, October 21

“Political Bullying,” Steele Talkin’,
WCCO Radio, October 16

“Does Occupy Wall Street Have Leaders? Does It Need Any?”
Yahoo News (via Christian Science Monitor), October 11

“How Netflix Went Wrong: Qwikster was Good for Company, Not the Customer,” (via Christian Science Monitor), October 11

Matthew Maguire, M.A.
professor of theatre and director of the program, A&S

“Brooklyn News: BOERUM HILL,”
Daily News Brooklyn edition, October 11

Mark Naison, Ph.D.
professor of African-American studies, A&S

“Brooklyn PS Students Stage Protest: Kids Act Out Need for Ed. Reform
With Musical in Zuccotti Park,”
Daily News, October 17

“Why We are Having a REAL Affirmative Action Bake Sale at Fordham,”
Huffington Post, October 6

“Occupy Wall Street: Why This Revolution isn’t Made for TV,”
Christian Science Monitor, October 5

Jacqueline M. Nolan-Haley
professor of law, LAW

“Nolan-Haley on the EU Directive on Mediation,”
Legal Theory Blog, October 12

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

“Romney Among Fundraising Leaders,”
Reuters, October 14

“Sarah Palin Decides Not to Run in 2012,”
Chicago Tribune, October 5

Susan Scafidi
visiting professor of law, LAW

“Urban Outfitters and the Navajo Nation: What Does the Law Say?”
Jezebel, October 13

Larry Stempel, Ph.D.
professor of music, A&S

“2011 Kurt Weill Prizes Awarded to Larry Stempel and David Savran,”
Broadway World, October 13

Elizabeth Stone, Ph.D.
professor of English, A&S

“The Backstory of Steve Jobs’ Quote About Parenthood,”, October 11

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

“Hey, RIM! Time to Step It Up with Better BlackBerry Freebies”
CNET and Scientific American (online), October 17

“Why Does Steve Jobs Inspire This Kind of Reaction?”
The Washington Post, October 6

“Steve Jobs Dies: What Now, Apple?”
International Business Times, October 6

“Marshall’s Laws,”
UofT (University of Toronto) magazine, Autumn 2011

Peter Vaughan, Ph.D.
dean of the Graduate School of Social Service, GSS

“New Yorkers Attend MLK Memorial Dedication, Say Civil Rights Leader Changed Their Lives,
Poughkeepsie Journal, October 17

Rosemary Wakeman, Ph.D.
professor of history and director of the urban studies program, A&S

“Urban ‘Pioneers’ Risk Much for Their ’Hoods,”
Baltimore Sun, October 20