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Vincent Beatty on campus safety, Neil Braun shares his experience with U.S. News & World Report, LA Times highlights Pace’s green graduation, and more…

Neil Braun, dean of Pace University’s Lubin School of Business told U.S. News & World Report that he yearned to impart the knowledge he’d gleaned in business to a younger generation.

Richard Shadick, PhD, director of the Pace University Counseling Center in New York City, was quoted in an article in this week’s American Medical News about mental health issues after disasters.

Too often, hostile environments at school and at home make gay and lesbian adolescents depressed. Richard Shadick, PhD, suggests how teens in the LGBT adolescent scene can find the emotional support they need in an article on EveryDayHealth.com.

Pace Law School professor Jill Gross was interviewed by Reuters about the legalities of a case against Halliburton. An article quoting her on the topic appears in The Guardian.

The Chronicle of Higher Education reports on computer scientists at Pace University have developed a new way to detect cheating by online test-takers. The approach, developed by professor Charles C. Tappert, PhD, and several graduate students, tracks the typing and style choices of users to authenticate their identity.

Pace University’s director of security for Pleasantville, Vincent Beatty, was interviewed by The Journal News about safety on campus. He said the school normally drops to 50 to 100 students on campus in the summer, but, “We do not change anything.”

Los Angeles Times included Pace University in an article as one of a string of schools in the nation that went green for graduation. Pace printed its programs on recycled paper with soy ink, and gave students the option to rent graduation robes to reduce waste.

Accounting Today posted a blog entry regarding The New York State Society of CPAs’ Foundation for Accounting Education’s plans to team up with Pace last month to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Career Opportunities in the Accounting Profession program.

LoHud.com reports that an original comedy directed by theater professor Grant Kretchik will be taken to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland this summer. The producer will be Rebecca Cunningham, one of Kretchik’s former students at Pace’s theater program.

Criminal Law professor Leslie Garfield is quoted in the Associated Press and Reuters regarding Casey Anthony’s murder trial, and it was picked up in over 2,000 articles.