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Researcher Seeks to Unravel the
Mysteries of Mutant Genes

“Fried” and “Benedict” may bring to mind your weekend brunch menu.
MMNot so for Jason Morris, Ph.D., associate professor of biology.
Morris, one of three professors feted last month for his externally funded research, has a National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to study two mutant fruit fly (Drosophila) genes through the flies’ lifecycles.


Tax Professor Sleuths for Data to
Make Compelling Arguments

April is the month when the taxman cometh. It is also when the government generates mountains of data about how it interacts with Americans and their income.
MMPublic information about tax trends is a basis for research by
Stanley Veliotis, Ph.D. (LAW ’89), assistant professor of accounting and taxation in the Gabelli School of Business.


Professor Works to Increase
Support and Respect for Teachers

Kathleen M. Cashin, Ed.D. (GSE ’78, ’83) was elected this past March to a four-year term on the New York State Board of Regents.
MMA clinical professor of education at Fordham, Cashin has served New York City students for more than 35 years as a teacher, staff developer, reading consultant and program manager.



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