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Abraham Abramovsky, J.D., professor of law, LAW
“Policano: Court of Appeals Hunts for Point of No Return,” New York Law Journal, November 29

Bruce Cooper, Ph.D., professor of education, GSE
“Deal Raises Question of Conflict: Real Estate Broker is Paid Commission while on School District Oversight Panel,” Las Vegas Review-Journal, November 5

Benjamin C. Crooker, Ph.D., associate professor of physics, A&S
“As the Earth Shakes, a Machine Below the Bronx Takes Note,” The New York Times, November 20

John Entelis, Ph.D., professor and director of the Middle East Studies Program, A&S
“Algerian Terror Group Tries to Tap into Global ‘Jihad,’” USA Today, November 9

Richard S. Fleisher, Ph.D., professor of political science, A&S
“Election May Prove No One Loses Like Man in Middle,” The Plain Dealer (Cleveland), November 5

Al Greco, Ed.D., professor of communication and media management and professor of marketing, BUS
“2 at DBCC Sue on Book Prices, Seek $5 million,” Orlando Sentinel, November 25.

Anie Kalayjian, Ed.D., visiting professor of psychology, A&S
“PTSD Diagnosed More in Women: Different Responses to Trauma Might Explain Disparity, Study Suggests,”, November 20

Kathleen P. King, Ed.D., director of the Fordham’s RETC: Center for Professional Development and professor of adult education and human resource development, GSE
“Changing Majors? Give Podcasting A Try,”, November 10

Paul Levinson, Ph.D., professor of communication and media studies and chair of the department and associate chair of the masters program in public communications, A&S
“Journalist Ed Bradley’s Legacy Will Be Impressive Body of Work,” USA Today, November 9

“Simpson Book, TV Special Canceled,” Baltimore Sun, November 11

Mark Naison, Ph.D., professor of African-American studies and history and director of the Urban Studies Program,
“Subliminal Rage’s Deadly Eruption: Sean Bell is Another Diallo; The NYPD Must Control Its Elite Units,” Newsday, November 29

Costas Panagopoulos, Ph.D., visiting assistant professor of political science and director, master’s degree program in elections and campaign management, A&S
“Clinton Re-elected New York Senator,” Agence France-Presse, November 8

“Hillary Clinton Campaigns Her Way Towards Possible White House Bid,” Daily Telegraph (London), November 8

Francis Petit, Ed.D., assistant dean and director of executive programs, GSE
“Business 101: For Those Interested in an MBA, Local Colleges are Full of Opportunities,” Fairfield County Business Journal, November 13

Joel Reidenberg, J.D., professor of law and founding director of the Center on Law and Information Policy, LAW
“Another Case of Pretexting,” Marketplace (American Public Media), November 8

Angela Van Dekker, assistant vice president of student financial services, ADM
“ELM Resources Introduces New Enhancements to Further Improve School Efficiency in Processing Student Loans,” Charlotte Observer (North Carolina), November 15

Frank Werner, Ph.D., professor of finance, GBA
US Airways Makes $8B Offer for Delta: Deal Would Create One of World’s Largest Carriers,” The Associated Press, November 15

Ben Zipursky, Ph.D., professor of law, LAW
“Vioxx Maker Notches Gains with Strategy: Merck Fights Each Lawsuit but the Costs are Adding Up,”Houston Chronicle, Nov. 28


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