Dyson professors Deborah M. Poe, PhD, and Ama Wattley, PhD, have co-edited Between Worlds, an anthology of work from contemporary writers which will be published this fall. Also due out this fall is Poe’s novella in verse, Hélène.
Dyson Professor Marcy Kelly, PhD, has been chosen to lead the American Society for Microbiology/National Science Foundation Biology Scholars Program Transitions Residency.
The School of Ed’s Sister M. St. John Delany, PhD, was featured in a Catholic New York story about Pace’s Center for Literacy Enrichment.
John Alan James, executive director of Pace’s Center for Global Governance, Reporting, and Regulation, was quoted in an article in Thomson Reuters Accelus.
Richard Ebil Ottoo, assistant finance professor for Lubin, was quoted in Global Finance about Africa’s oil and gas reserves.
Jonathan Hill, DPS, associate dean of the Seidenberg School, gave back-to-school tips for online students in an article published by U.S. News & World Report.
Ira Davidson, director of Pace’s Small Business Development Center, was quoted on the new “combo business” trend in an article published in The Wall Street Journal.
Bruce Bachenheimer, director of the Entrepreneurship Lab and clinical professor of Management, participated in a New York Foreign Press Center briefing on Silicon Alley for foreign journalists in July.
The Pleasantville Daily Voice reported that Tom O’Neill has been appointed head coach of both the men’s and women’s cross country teams at Pace.
Dyson Professor Emily Welty’s, PhD, visit to Sri Lanka this summer is being picked up by international news sites.
Lubin Professor Surendra K. Kaushik, PhD, talks about what it will take to revive the economy on Bankrate.com.
Pleasantville Patch featured Dyson’s Doreethee von Huene Greenberg, PhD, and her research of Pleasantville’s ties to the Underground Railroad.
Joseph M. Pastore, PhD, professor emeritus at Lubin, discusses maternity leave and women executives in The Glass Hammer.
Dyson’s Emilie Zaslow, PhD, was quoted in The New York Times about concepts of beauty, celebrity, and consumer culture.
John Alan James, executive director of Pace’s Center for Global Governance, Reporting, and Regulation, discusses why the tarnished reputations of executives could hit banks hard on CFO.com.