The Week Ahead for the Department of Justice for January 5-January 9, 2009
PR Newswire 2/1
The following was released today by the U.S. Department of Justice…the International Conference on Cyber Security… Fordham University at Lincoln Center…


Houlihan is home to fifth generation
Journal News 25/12
(E)arlier this year it signed a lease with Fordham University to take over space at 400 Westchester for classes and support space that the school formerly had at Marymount.


Weil Gotshal Gives $1 Million Gift to Fordham Law
New York Law Journal 29/12
A gift of $1 million from Weil, Gotshal & Manges to fund a classroom in the new central building of Fordham University School of Law was announced last week by Dean William M. Treanor.
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New Adventures
Public television icon keeps going after ‘retirement’
Greenwich Post 18/12
At Fordham, Mr. Baker is working with students in the Education Department on a television program on Abrahamic religions, on a film about the history and importance of
parochial education in the world, and on educational projects and techniques that use media and broadband.
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Sea-Tac staff excelled in storm
Seatlle Post-Intelligencer 23/12
Tom Murphy directs the Human Resiliency Institute at Fordham University. He wrote “Reclaiming the Sky: 9/11 and the Untold Story of the Men and Women Who Kept America Flying.”


Senate Seat Dispute May Head to Court
Wall Street Journal
The argument for blocking the appointment of Mr. Burris is “weak” in light of provisions in the U.S. Constitution, said Abner Greene, a professor of constitutional law at Fordham University.

Democrats Seek to Block Appointee to Obama’s Seat
New York Times 30/12
“I think the best reading of the text of the Constitution and the Powell case together is that the Senate has to seat Burris,” said Abner S. Greene, the Leonard F. Manning professor of law at Fordham University School of Law.

Senate Leadership Weighs Blocking Burris Appointment
Newshour with Jim Lehrer 31/12
For that, we turn to political reporter Carrie Budoff Brown and Abner Green, professor at Fordham University’s School of Law in New York.

The War on Terror Has Not Gone Away
Wall Street Journal 28/12
Mr. Rosenbaum, a novelist, essayist and law professor at Fordham University, is the author of “The Myth of Moral Justice” (Harper Perennial 2005).


Are Airlines Cutting Back on the Necessities? 24/12
Just take a look at airline employment for example, just since the end of 2007 they’ve cut 2,000 plus jobs here in the United States,” said Frank Werner is an associate professor of finance at Fordham University.


Home on the Corner of Boom and Bust
New York Times 1/1
Those first settlers lived “in pits they dug in the ground and then covered over with wood,” explained Mark Caldwell, a Fordham University professor and the author of “New York Night: The Mystique and Its History.”

What every NEW gardener should know
Albany (Ore.) Democrat-Herald 4/1
An entomologist by training, (Gail Langoletto’s) research at Fordham University in New York City was to develop a better understanding of how gardens can support natural pest control and pollination services.

Hudson River Museum Announces Dutch New York: The Roots of Hudson Valley Culture 5/1
Dutch New York is curated by Roger Panetta, Hudson River Museum Adjunct Curator of History and Visiting Professor of History at Fordham University;


Turnaround at Rose Hill
New York Post 4/1
Despite a winless season last year, Fordham women’s basketball coach Cathy Andruzzi kept a positive attitude, and it has paid dividends in a big turnaround for the Lady Rams.
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At 19, college swimmer faces mortality
Danny Thrall battles heart problems, which have kept him out of the pool (from The AP) 4/1
Danny Thrall, 19, a sophomore on the swim team at Fordham University in New York, forms his hands in the shape of a heart over the scars from open heart surgery he had about six weeks earlier during workouts at a downtown Chicago health club.
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Sojourners are there to try to make life better for detainees
South Coast Today (from The AP) 4/1
One booth over, Sojourner Stephanie Crane, a 21-year-old Fordham University student, chats with a 19-year-old high school student from Trenton, N.J., who was picked up in a raid at his home seven months earlier.


The Possible Dream

Washington Post 30/12
Anh “Joseph” Cao…obtained a master’s degree at the Jesuit-run Fordham University in New York.

Family Man, Bro
New York Post 30/12
Acting brothers Matt and Kevin Dillon may have gone Hollywood, but they’ve never missed a Christmas home with their parents – Paul Dillon, Fordham University’s standout golf coach, and his wife, Mary Ellen – and their other four siblings.

New Moc Football Coach Huesman Introduces Assistants
Chattanoogan 2/1
Before coaching at Richmond, (Mike) Elko worked with former Spiders Head Football Coach Dave Clawson at Fordham University as his linebackers coach and co-defensive coordinator in 2002 and 2003.

Family emphasized at Positive Image Awards
Register-Star (Hudson, N.Y.) 5/1
Robert Galluscio…(received)…the Positive Image Award given by the Columbia County Sons and Daughters of Italy #659…Galluscio attended Fordham University in the Bronx, as his father had…

Silbermann Filled Two Top Jobs And Kept Busy in the Courtroom
New York Law Journal 2/1
A 1972 graduate of Fordham University School of Law…

Combatting Crime in Brooklyn, a Curious Mind Takes a Scientific Approach
Brooklyn Eagle 4/1
It’s a perspective that (Executive Assistant District Attorney Linda) Wancel keenly understands, having received her undergraduate degree from Fordham University…