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Faculty and staff sound off in the news about everything from cyberattacks to crowdfunding to flooding, and more.

Lubin Professor of Management Alan B. Eisner, PhD, announces the release of the latest edition of his textbook, Strategic Management: Text and Cases.

Lubin Professor Christian N. Madu has recently returned from sabbatical. During his time away from the University, he was invited to speak at the Federal House Committee on Environment’s annual conference in Nigeria. While there, he wrote “Developing Strategies for Flood Mitigation” which appeared in the Nigeria Sun, a national newspaper. He also led an excursion team of students and faculty from the Center for Environmental Management and Control at the University of Nigeria to observe the great erosion sites of Nanka-Agulu axis in Anambra State as part of the World Environmental Day celebration.  While in Nigeria, Professor Madu also attended several speaking engagements where he discussed flood mitigation and flooding disaster. Professor Madu is currently leading a team of experts in Nigeria to develop strategies for disaster risk reduction and management that are cognizant of the economic structure and cultural differences in the country.

Dyson Assistant Professor Andrea Voyer  has recently published Strangers and Neighbors, an ethnographic case study of Somali immigrant inclusion in the small town of Lewiston, Maine.

White Plains Mayor Tom Roach declared October 24, 2013 to be “Sister St. John Delany Day” at a ceremony at the Center for Literacy Enrichment located on the Pace Law School campus.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, was the speaker for a Harvard Business Review webinar on cyberattacks.

Lubin Professor Bruce Bachenheimer discusses the SEC and crowdfunding with the E-Commerce Times.

While on vacation in Turkey this past summer, Lubin Professor Harvey Markovitz visited the American College Institute (ACI) in Izmir, Turkey. The purpose of his volunteered trip to the school was to introduce Turkish high school students to the opportunities and values associated with a New York City-based higher education in business. Four of his Turkish students plan to apply for Fall 2014 admission.

Dyson Professor Farrokh Hormozi, PhD, comments on New York’s mayoral race in an article on CNBC.com.

Lubin Professor John Allan James discusses the importance of compliance and public relations in relation to risk management in an article on the FCPA Blog.

“We are witnessing a failure to meet expectations,” says Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris, of Apple’s new iPhone 5C, in an article for MacNewsWorld.

Lubin Professor Joseph Pastore, PhD, weighs in on the state of BlackBerry in an article for the E-Commerce Times.

Dyson Distinguished Professor of Art History Janetta Rebold Benton, PhD, sat down for an interview with the Huffington Post to discuss her career and her current lecture series titled Art History Alive: France’s Fascinating Art at the Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts.

The Daily Voice reported that Pace’s Lienhard School of Nursing has been selected for the third time as a grant recipient by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s New Careers in Nursing (NCIN) program.

Seidenberg Professor James W. Gabberty, said, “no other information security control trumps the importance of regular and comprehensive auditing,” in response to the call for open hardware to defend against NSA spying in an article on CSO Online.

China’s Nanjing Normal University joined the Confucius Institute at Pace University in Manhattan to host a day of cultural exchange that celebrated the partnership and friendship between the two institutions.

In an article for TheStreet.com, Lubin Professor Bruce Bachenheimer says save your money when it comes to entertaining customers and clients this holiday season.

New research at Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems has found a way to detect cheating students taking online exams. The U.S. Department of Defense has shown interest in the research as a possible aid in its ongoing battle against computer hacking and cybercrimes.

 

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In this month’s issue, Pace faculty and staff sound off in the news on everything from MOOCs to the Middle East, from Twitter to retirement, plus much more.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, discusses Twitter’s imminent IPO plans in a recent InformationWeek article.

Lubin Professor Robert Wiener offered reflections on how Jewish law and the Golem myth might offer insights into the regulation of “unmanned” weapons at the 2013 Robotic Weapons Control Symposium at Pace University. In August, Wiener presented his paper “Foreign Jurisdictional Algebra and Kiobel vs. Royal Dutch Petroleum: Foreign Cubed and Foreign Squared Cases” at the 88th Annual Conference of the Academy of Legal Studies in Business.

Dyson Professor Maria Luskay, EdD, and Lubin Associate Professor Claudia G. Green, PhD, were named as Pace Academy Scholars based on their plans for a collaborative initiative wherein students and faculty in Lubin and Dyson will study the environmental, social/cultural, and economic impact of the Olympics on cities in the state of Rio de Janeiro. Both faculty will be leading an international field study to Brazil in March 2014 for a community based mapping project and the development of a documentary.

Three Pace professors put out a statement in The Hall Monitor slamming New York’s new teacher evaluation system. The statement comes from: Christine Clayton, chair of the Education Department at Pace’s Westchester Campus; Beth Kava, lecturer and coordinator of adolescent education; and Mary Rose McCarthy, associate professor.

Michael Izady, Dyson College adjunct professor of Middle Eastern and Western history, believes that when it comes to Egypt’s military, the United States still has leverage. Read the full story in the Epoch Times.

Lubin Professor Aron Gottesman discusses the importance of 401k advisers in a recent article for 401kWire.

Lubin Professor and Chair of the Law and Taxation Department Roy Girasa, PhD, recently wrote Corporate Governance & Finance Law (August 2013) and Laws and Regulations in Global Financial Markets (December 2013). Both are published by Palgrave Macmillan.

Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris talks about The Washington Post teaming up with Amazon Publishing in an article for Investor’s Business Daily.

Dyson Professor and Pace alumna Jennifer Powell-Lunder, PsyD, shares her tips for beating the back-to-school blues in an article for the Asbury Park Press.

Pace’s Provost Uday Sukhatme, ScD, County Executive Robert Astorino, and others wrote thank you notes to soldiers and police officers at Pace University in Pleasantville as part of the kick-off of the annual 9/11 week of service.

In August 2013, as a Fulbright Specialist, Lubin Professor Claudia G. Green, PhD, made presentations to faculty and staff of The Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro. For their School of Business, her presentation was “Embedded Sustainability—the Next Competitive Advantage.” For their Department of Geography she presented her work on “Green Mapping Sustainable Develop.m.ent in Brazil: A focus on Paraty and Ilha Grande.”

“Members of Congress should hesitate before forcing the hands of President Obama to act on the Syria conflict before it is the right time,” writes Michael Izady, a professor of Middle Eastern and Western history at Pace University, for The Hill’s “Congress Blog.”

Joseph M. Pastore Jr., Professor Emeritus in Residence at Lubin, told CIO Today what is happening at Microsoft is what happens to all innovative firms: The fate of the successful entrepreneur is ultimately her or his own demise.

Lubin Associate Professor Claudia G. Green, PhD, is the latest winner of the Pace Academy’s GreenPace Award, which recognizes faculty, staff and students who develop innovative programs that assist Pace in meeting its commitment to sustainable practices. For the past 13 years, Green has led successful field study trips to Brazil where students learn about sustainability and work with the local community mapping sustainability initiatives. She has also published articles about this project and presented her work in Portugal, Italy, Dubai, and Ireland.

Lubin Professor and Director of Pace’s Entrepreneurship Lab Bruce Bachenheimer was quoted in U.S. News & World Report discussing how to earn business credentials without an MBA.  Additionally, he was interviewed for the book Leading the Epic Revolution by Hunter Muller, and featured on Disruptive Technologists as “The Accidental Entrepreneur.” He was also quoted in The Wall Street Journal discussing how to get started on new small business ventures.

New research at Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems has found a scientific way to detect cheating when students take online exams.

Dyson Professor Peggy Minnis, PhD, who introduced the idea of a “GIS 101” sort of course to readers back in April, is currently welcoming students to the real McCoy. Her “GIS Basics” massive open online course (MOOC) began September 9 and runs for 12 weeks.

In October 2013, Lubin Associate Professor Claudia G. Green, PhD, was invited by the Dean of the College of Business at the University of Seville to present her work in mapping sustainable initiatives in Brazil to the faculty and students of tourism and business.

 

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This summer sizzled as Pace faculty and experts sounded off in the news on topics ranging from gas price spikes, papal free market economics, breaking bad news to kids, and more.

Lubin Professor Robert Vambery, PhD, was recently awarded the Global Business and Technology Association’s Global Excellence award at their 15th annual international conference. This October, Vambery will address the 2013 China Leaders Forum and discuss “Will the Chinese Dream Become the Long Term Investors’ Dream or Nightmare?”

Morningstar recently gave the MIZAN Fund a 5 Star rating in July—its highest rating—based on the three-year performance of the Fund. The adviser to the Fund is Lightstone Capital Advisers, whose president is Lubin Professor John Lightstone, PhD. Students in his classes get to construct their own portfolios using the same quantitative methods that he uses in managing the MIZAN Fund.

Lubin Associate Professor Ibraiz Tarique, PhD, recently co-authored two papers for the Journal of World Business. His paper on global talent management was ranked as the #1 most-downloaded and the #2 most-cited in 2012. Additionally, his paper on global leadership development was recently awarded the 2012 Global Leadership Advancement Center Best Article Award.

Dyson Professor Farrokh Hormozi, PhD, discusses the effect gas price spikes have on the rest of the economy in an article for CBSNewYork.

Robert J. Chersi, former CFO and Member of the Executive Committee of Fidelity Investments, joins the Center for Global Governance, Reporting, and Regulation at Pace University as Adviser to the Executive Director.

John Alan James, Lubin professor and executive director of the Center for Global Governance, Reporting, and Regulation, was quoted about the “London Whale” controversy in a recent article in The Washington Post.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, was quoted about the smartphone competition between Android and Apple in a recent interview for The Street.

Lubin Professor Joseph Pastore, PhD, tackles Pope Francis and free market economics in a recent story on CNBC.com.

Dyson Professor of Music Lee Evans, EdD, has published Crash Course in Chords, a 56-page theory and performance workbook packed with everything intermediate-level students need to know about chords.

Seidenberg Professor Charles Tappert, PhD, discusses keystroke “dwell time” and what it means for your passwords in the latest issue of Smithsonian magazine.

Lubin Marketing Professor Larry Chiagouris comments in an article on The Street about the distinct advantage advertising grads have over marketing grads right out of college. Chiagouris was also quoted in the E-Commerce Times regarding Samsung’s launch of the new Galaxy Tab 3.

Seidenberg Professor and Chair of Computer Information Systems Darren Hayes, DPS, evaluates the need for improvements in card security in his op-ed for the American Banker’s “Think Bank” blog.

Assistant Director of the LGBTQA and Social Justice Center Kelly Herbert was quoted in an AM New York article about the recent Supreme Court DOMA ruling.

School of Education Associate Professor Christine Clayton, EdD, comments in the Journal News on the addition of a research paper requirement to the New York Regents exam.

Seidenberg Professor Richard Kline, PhD, discusses Google’s Gmail app redesign in an article on Computerworld.

Dyson Professor and clinical psychologist Jennifer Powell-Lunder, PsyD, evaluates how the omnipresence of media affects how parents break bad news to children on NPR’s Talk of the Nation.

In an interview with Downtown Alliance, Pace President Stephen J. Friedman talked about the recent enrollment increases and the opening of several new facilities on the NYC Campus.

Lubin Assistant Professor Philip G. Cohen examines the recent IRS and tax scandals in an op-ed he recently contributed to The Hill’s “Congress Blog.”

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From Confucius to cruise ships, Pace faculty and staff are getting noticed in the news.

Dyson Professor and Chair of the Public Administration Department Farrokh Hormozi was quoted on Monster.com about how economic growth could impact staffing.

Lubin’s Associate Director for Online Communications and martial artist by night Rachel Klingberg was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article about the revival of a 19th century martial art called bartitsu.

Dyson Professor of Public Administration Mary M. Timney, PhD, provided the keynote address at the recent 26th Annual Meeting of the Public Administration Theory Network in San Francisco. The theme of the conference was Governance and the Utopian Imagination and the title of her address was “Governing After the Failed Paradigm: A New Economics for Utopia.”

Dean of the School of Education Andrea Spencer, PhD, wrote an op-ed for The Hill’s “Congress” blog about mental illness in school children and gun control.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, was quoted in two Associated Press articles; one about a sophisticated bank robbery, and another about cell phone theft. He was also quoted in a piece by the Financial Times about Microsoft’s credit rating, and in the Wall Street Journal’s Marketwatch about Apple’s future.

Dyson Dean Nira Herrmann, PhD, was quoted by China Daily about the Pace Confucius Institute’s fourth anniversary.

Jonathan Hill, DPS, Seidenberg professor and co-director of the STEM Center Collaboratory, wrote an op-ed for The Hill’s “Congress” blog about immigration reform.

Pace University was cited in a Crain’s New York Business article about MBA graduates bypassing Wall Street.

Lubin Professor Andrew Coggins was quoted in Professional Mariner about the fire aboard the cruise ship, Carnival Triumph.

Lubin Professor John Alan James was quoted in Investor’s Business Daily about Italy’s stock market signaling a possible economic recovery for Europe. He was also quoted  in a CNBC.com piece about Hostess’ affect on unions.

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From Syrian opposition to multilingual proficiency, Pace faculty and staff sound off in the news.

Lubin Professor of Finance Matthew Morey recently spoke at the Mutual Fund Directors Forum’s 2013 Policy Conference in Washington, D.C., which featured SEC Comissioner Troy Paredes and Congressman Scott Garrett.

Bruce Bachenheimer, director of Pace’s Entrepreneurship lab, was mentioned in a Forbes.com article about Enstitute, an independent entrepreneurship lab in Lower Manhattan. He was also quoted in a Crain’s New York Business piece about the importance of entrepreneurship and pitch contests. Bachenheimer also contributed to American Express’ OPEN Forum article on “6 Shark Tank Lessons for Entrepreneurs.”

School of Education Professor Xiao-Lei Wang, PhD, was quoted in an article on NBC Latino about exposing children to more than one language as early as possible may ensure native-like proficiency in these languages.

Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris discusses San Diego’s marketing in an article in the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Lubin Professor Surendra Kaushik, PhD, has contributed to The Hill’s “Congress” blog an op-ed on the Cypriot bailout. He also contributed an op-ed on housing recover to the American Banker “BankThink” blog.

Seidenberg Professor James W. Gabberty, PhD, discusses the need for American banks to reevaluate their cybersecurity in an article published by CSO Online.

Dyson Professor Paul Londrigan spoke to CBC Radio about how the West should be weary of arming the Syrian opposition.

Lubin Professor Michael Szenberg, PhD, was granted Emeritus status through a unanimous vote by the ODE Board at the University of Houston-Victoria. He also provided a review of the Masters of Finance program at CUNY Staten Island.

Lubin Professor John Alan James, executive director of the Center for Global Governance, Reporting and Regulation at Pace, contributed an op-ed to The Hill’s “Congress” blog that discusses what happens when financial institutions become too big to manage. He has also contributed another op-ed on the recently deceased Margaret Thatcher.

Lubin Professor Andrew O. Coggins Jr., PhD, discusses the flaws in the Cruise Bill of Rights for Cruisecritic.com.

A study, co-authored by Pace Law Professor Andrew Lund, analyzed director turnover at financial institutions in the Standard & Poor’s 1,500-stock index from 2006 to 2010.

Jonathan Hill, DPS, co-director of the STEM Center Collaboratory and Seidenberg professor, shares why he believes Congress must end quotas for H-1B petitions in an article on India West.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, discussed how a new computer forensics program is helping students fight cyber crime and create jobs in an interview on Foxnews.com.

Pace University President Stephen J. Friedman was quoted in the Westchester Business Journal about the Pace Community Law Practice.

Lubin Professor Michael Szenberg, PhD, and long-time collaborator Lall Ramrattan, PhD, worked together to publish Major Religious and Far Eastern Perspectives on the Global Economic and Financial Crisis, a book that analyzes the current financial crisis from a far-eastern perspective. The two also co-wrote  “A Generalized Model for Foreign Domestic Investment Flows to All Countries,” which will appear in The Journal of Developing areas this fall. Their article, “The Paradoxical/Ironic Behavior of Regions in Response to Free Trade and Growth in the Post-Cold War Global Economy,” appeared in The International Journal of Finance last year.

Dyson Professor Matthew Bolton, PhD, talks arms trade treaty in a recent op-ed for The Hill’s “Congress” blog.

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Working from home, minimum wage hikes, the tech talent crunch, and more in this month’s media round up.

Pace University announced that it issued more than $115 million of fixed and variable rate bonds that will lower its debt service and pave the way for future growth.

Lubin Professor Eric H. Kessler, PhD, has recently published his new book the Encyclopedia of Management Theory.

Lubin Professor Claudia Green, PhD, has been approved by the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES) for the Fulbright Specialist Roster.

Dyson Professor and founder of the Institute of Latin American Service and Studies Daniel Greenberg, PhD, was quoted in an article on CNN.com about the death of Hugo Chavez.

The Journal News’ education blog “The Hall Monitor” recently covered School of Education Professor Joan Walker, PhD, recipient of the 2013 Outstanding Journal of Teacher Education Article Award from the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education.

Lubin Professor and Executive Director of the Center for Global Governance, Reporting, and Regulation John Alan James contributed an op-ed for American Banker’s “BankThink” blog.

Pace’s Cybercrime in the World Today 2013 symposium was recently covered in the Wall Street Journal’s “Corruption Currents” blog.

School of Education Professor Xiao-Lei Wang, PhD, was quoted in an article on The Journal News’ education blog “The Hall Monitor.”

Professors Lauren Birney, EdD, and Jonathan Hill, DPS, of the STEM Center Collaboratory contributed an op-ed on the issue of the sequester in The Hills “Congress Blog.”

Seidenberg Professor James Gabberty, DPS, contributed an op-ed on mobile banking for American Banker’s “BankThink” blog. He also was quoted in an article about Chinese cyber-spying for eWeek.com.

Lubin Professor Emeritus Joseph M. Pastore Jr., PhD, commented on the debate about the merits of working from home in an article on Bloomberg.com.

The Law School’s New Directions program, a which is aimed at helping lawyers who had left the field— typically stay-at-home mothers—re-enter the legal profession was featured in an article in The New York Times.

Lubin Professor Andrew Coggins Jr. commented in an Associated Press article on the outlook of the cruise industry after Carnival’s Triumph debacle. The article ran in USA Today, The L.A. Times, The New York Times, and Forbes.

Dyson Professor Chris Malone, PhD, shares his thoughts on Marco Rubio’s authentic conservatism on The Hill’s “Congress Blog.”

Dyson Professor Farrokh Hormozi, PhD, discusses the possibility of a minimum wage hike in an article for The Press Enterprise. He also contributed an op-ed on the same subject for The Hill’s “Congress Blog.”

Lubin Clinical Professor Bruce Bachenheimer discusses the tech talent crunch for Crain’s New York Business.

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From the Lost Tribes to Apple’s poor stock performance and more, Pace faculty and staff sound off in the press.

Dean of the College of Health Professions Harriet R. Feldman, PhD, RN, FAAN, has been appointed to the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) Substantive Change Advisory Group (SCAG).

During the summer of 2012, Lubin Professor PV Viswanath visited a group in Northeast India called the Bnei Menashe. This group believes that it is descended from the lost Israelite tribe of Menashe, expelled from Israel in the 8th century BCE by the Assyrians. Since his visit, he has done some research on the Lost Tribes, as well as on the Bnei Menashe, and given talks to several area groups, most recently to Congregation Shearith Israel in Manhattan on March 1.

Pace Academy is pleased to announce the appointment of Melissa Grigione, PhD, as its first Consulting Faculty for Academic Affairs. Professor Grigione will assist Pace Academy with the development of academic programming and research fundraising.

Chairman of the CIS program, Darren Hayes, DPS, weighed in on Apple’s poor stock performance in the Associated Press.

The New York Times gave positive reviews to the New York premiere of Soldier Songs at the Schimmel Theater.

John Alan James, executive director of the Center for Global Governance, discussed Republicans and their involvement in big business as well as President Obama’s inaugural speech on The Hill’s Congress Blog. He also contributed an op-ed for American Banker’s “BankThink” blog on government growth versus regulation.

Cathy Pagano, director of Continuing and Professional Education, was quoted by the New York Press on Pace’s successful continuing education programs.

BroadwayWorld.com featured an article on two Dyson students, Anna Friedman and Jake Robbins, and Dyson Lecturer Julie Fain Lawrence, who all had roles in films presented at the Sundance Film Festival.

Dyson Professor Farrokh Hormozi, PhD, wrote for The Hill’s Congress Blog urging Congress to raise the debt ceiling.

Dean of the Seidenberg School for Computer Science and Information Systems, Amar Gupta, PhD, was quoted by The Guardian on the failed construction of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.

Dyson Professor Gregory Julian, PhD, wrote an open for The Hill’s Congress Blog on President Obama’s second inaugural address and another piece for The Hill’s Congress Blog on active citizenry.

Ira Davidson, director of Pace University’s Small Business Development Center, was quoted in Crain’s New York Business on higher taxes and health care bills for entrepreneurs.

Director of the Entrepreneurship Lab, Bruce Bachenheimer, was quoted by the Sydney Morning Herald on American business dealings with Australia.

School of Education Professor Lauren Birney, EdD,  and Jonathan Hill, DPS, spoke with The Next America on the challenges and opportunities for getting more minorities interested in STEM.

Dyson Professor Nicholas Catalano, PhD, was selected as this year’s Peter X. Finnerty Leadership Award recipient.

Seidenberg Professor James W. Gabberty, PhD, was quoted in an article on cyber-crime in the U.S. in the Wall Street Journal.

Lubin Professor Philip G. Cohen wrote for The Hill’s Congress Blog on sequestration.

Andrea Spencer, PhD, dean of the School of Education, wrote an op-ed on children’s mental health for the Hartford Courant.

President Stephen J. Friedman was quoted in The New York Times on law firm Debevoise and Plimpton’s decision to drop its trusts and estates practice.

Ira Davidson, director of the Small Business Development Center, was quoted by Forbes in an article on initial bank loans for small businesses.

School of Education Professor and Director for the Center for Literacy Enrichment Sister M. St. John Delany, PhD, was interviewed for a TV segment on FOX’s Spanish language network.

Rebecca Tekula, executive director of the Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship, was quoted in an article on Newsday on the IRS and FBI investigation into Mount Vernon’s mayor.

Toby Winer, executive vice president, was quoted in an article in CFO magazine on the growing performing arts department.

Roy Girasa, PhD, and chair of the Department of Legal Studies, wrote a textbook on the Law of Finance to be published by Palgrave McMillan Publishing Co. The first volume, entitled Corporate Governance and Finance Law will be published simultaneously in the U.S. and the U.K. on September 5, 2013 and the second volume, entitled Laws and Regulations in Global Financial Markets will be published on November 2, 2013.

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Pace faculty and staff sound off on everything from the fiscal cliff, to sleep patterns, to the Star Wars saga.

College of Health Professions Professor Joanne Singleton, PhD, RN, has been elected as the Co-Chair of the Nursing Academy of the National Academies of Practice.

Dyson Professor Seong-Jae Min’s documentary Pretty Boys: Asian Masculinity in Media was featured at the Anthology Film Archives in the East Village on January 8.

President Stephen Friedman along with Presidents of three other New York colleges participated in “The Future of Higher Education: A Panel Discussion” on December 3 covered by the The New York Times “Opinionator” Blog.

Legal Studies and Taxation Professor Philip Cohen, LLM, was featured in an article in The Journal News giving his expertise in mortgage financing and the fiscal cliff.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, wrote for The Hill’s “Congress” Blog on the influence of new privacy bills reaching Congress.

Dyson Professor Nancy Reagin, PhD, was interviewed by BBC’s Jamillah about her book which discusses the historical influences on the Star Wars franchise.

Lubin Professor and member of the MIT Enterprise Forum Bruce Bachenheimer was featured in an article with Nyconvergence.com as he attended the forum along with his MBA class to expose them to authentic business pitches.

Dean of Graduate Studies Daniel Baugher, PhD, discussed impatience and its effects on sleep patterns and anxiety in an article on Today.com.

Lubin Professor John Alan James, executive director of the Center for Global Governance, wrote for The Westchester County Business Journal on Dodd-Frank rules.

Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris, PhD, was featured in an article in The Washington Times commenting on Living Social’s plummeting stocks, announced layoffs and competition with Groupon.

John Alan James wrote for The Hill’s “Congress” Blog on union leadership and organization.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, explained to NetworkWorld how damage to the power grid would be more harmful than Hurricane Sandy.

President Stephen Friedman’s discussion with William C. Dudley, president and CEO of New York’s Federal Reserve Bank, on the 2013 economic outlook was covered by The Huffington Post, Wall Street Journal, Newsday, The Los Angeles Times, Business Insider, and Bloomberg News.

Lubin Professor Philip Cohen, LLM, was featured in on article on The Street on Republicans willingness to compromise with President Obama on tax increases.

Professor Philip Cohen, LLM, wrote for The Hill on the negotiations surrounding the fiscal cliff.

Dyson Professor Joseph Ryan, PhD, was quoted in an article in Newsday on decreasing crime in Hudson Valley and increasing crime in Yonkers and Rockland County.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, wrote for The Hill’s “Congress” Blog urging the government to adopt contingency plans for elections post Hurricane Sandy.

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From acting human, to cybersecurity, to political parties, and more, Pace faculty and staff are sounding off in the news.

Lienhard Professor Martha Greenberg, PhD, RN, was quoted about the impact the Department of Veterans Affairs can have on nursing students in an article published on Nurse.com.

Lubin Professor Robert Vambrey, PhD, along with the Lubin School of Business were listed as experts at the China Leader’s Forum 2012.

Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris, PhD, commented on marketing techniques in gift-giving practices this holiday season in The Wall Street Journal.

Dyson Professor Christopher Malone wrote about political party control during President Obama’s next term on The Hill’s Congress Blog.

Lubin Professor John Alan James, executive director of the Pace Global Center for Governance, was quoted in an article by CNBC on President Obama’s relationship with labor unions.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, was featured on The Hill’s Congress Blog discussing the nation’s preparedness in emergencies like Hurricane Sandy.

Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris, PhD, was featured in an article by The Washington Times about Groupon’s plummeting stocks and its competition with Livingsocial. He also spoke with the San Francisco Chronicle about Facebook’s new “gift” App.

Lubin Professor Bruce Bachenheimer was quoted in an article by U.S. News and World Report on how to balance everyday life and work as an MBA student.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, commented in an article on CIO.com about the continuing threat China poses to U.S. cybersecurity.

Lubin professors Dennis Sandler, PhD, and Harvey Markowitz presented at the 2012 Direct Marketing Educational Foundation Research Summit on cutting edge methods to prepare students for real-world application.

Dyson Professor Joseph Tse-Hei Lee, PhD, has published his book China’s Rise to Power (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012).

Lubin Professor John Alan James wrote in the Westchester County Business Journal  on the upcoming Congressional discussions on the “fiscal cliff.”

Professor Legal Studies and Taxation Philip Cohen, LLM, wrote for The Hill’s Congress Blog on the “fiscal cliff” and tax increases.

Crain’s New York Business featured an article on the upcoming new residence halls and performing arts studios.

Lubin Professor Carl Malinowski presented a paper entitled “Relationship Between Graduate Students’ Moral Judgments and Their Attitudes Toward Hypothetical Marketing Moral Dilemmas” at the annual conference of the American Society for Competitiveness in Arlington, Virginia. The paper was published in Competition Forum and Professor Malinowski also served as a discussant at the conference.

Nurse.com’s article on nurses in New York City featured Leinhard School of Nursing alum and adjunct professor Renee McLeod Sordjan.

Actors Studio Drama School Dean James Lipton contributed to New York Magazine’s “How to Act Human,” a series commentary on the presentation of the presidential candidates.

Dyson Professor Chris Malone is interviewed regularly on the local radio program Good Morning Hudson Valley.

Lubin Professor John Alan James wrote for American Banker on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s new penalties against banks involved in wrongdoing.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, contributed to The Hill’s Congress Blog on the proposal of new hacking security standards in medical equipment. He was also interviewed by Network World about the possibility of a cyber attack on the United States by Iran.

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Pace faculty and staff let their voices be heard on everything from the upcoming presidential elections to smartphone espionage.

Darren Hayes, DPS, published an op-ed on The Hill’s Congress Blog on the new standards needed in order to protect patients from technological viruses in medical equipment.

Dyson Professor Jane Kinney-Denning’s article “The Joy of Shared Reading” recently appeared in the November 5 issue of Publisher’s Weekly.

Lubin Professor Padma Kadiyala presented a paper entitled “Debt Structure and the Protections Offered by Bankruptcy Law to Creditors, Debtors, and the Firm” at the FDIC-JFSR 12th annual Bank Research Conference in October.

Bruce Bachenheimer, Lubin professor and director of entrepreneurship, gave an interview on entrepreneurship with Toginet Radio.

Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, discussed whether smartphones can be used as tools for espionage with Bloomberg TV.

Lubin Professor Conrad Nankin was quoted in the article “Marketing to Millennials” which appeared in ANA Magazine.

The New York Times published a letter to the editor entitled “Can Paper Compete in a Digital World?” by Daniel Farkas, PhD, chair of the Information Technology Department.

Lubin Professor P. V. Viswanath, PhD gave an interview with WABC-TV on the economic impact of the attempted bombing of the Federal Reserve Bank.

Dean of the College of Health Professions, Harriet R. Feldman, PhD, RN, FAAN, was featured as a “dean of distinction” by the Westchester County Business Journal.

Christopher Malone, PhD, contributed to The Hill’s Congress blog discussion of the Vice Presidential Debate saying, “Last night’s vice presidential debate proved to be just about everything the first presidential debate wasn’t: lively, spirited, passionate, aggressive, and entertaining…”

Lubin Professor Robert G. Vambery, PhD, was awarded the Global Excellence Award by the Global Business and Technology Association; additionally he presented a co-authored paper on emerging economies and globalization. He also served as the conference opener for the World Business Institute and the European Center for Business and Economic Research in Paris.

The Journal News reported that the College of Health Professions has been awarded a grant in the amount of $60,000 from the Jewish Foundation for Education of Woman to provide scholarships to female veterans and their dependents.

The New York Times gave rave reviews to Shakespeare’s Globe’s production of Hamlet in Pace’s Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts.

Dyson Professor and Chair of the Political Science Department, Christopher Malone, PhD, spoke to the Philadelphia Daily News about the Vice Presidential debate between incumbent Joe Biden and Senator Paul Ryan.

The Pleasantville Examiner covered the latest milestones in the progress of the re-mastering of the Westchester Campus.

Lubin Professor Peter Hoefer’s article “The Association Between Students’ Evaluation of Teaching and Grades” recently appeared in an issue of Decision Science Journal of Innovative Education.

“The Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence’s Investigative Report, which was released on Monday, October 8, 2012, is unprecedented in terms of its blatant accusations against ZTE and Huawei and labeling these companies a security threat to the United States,” wrote Darren Hayes, DPS, on The Hill’s Congress Blog.

CIS Program Chair, Darren Hayes, DPS, was quoted in an E-Commerce Times article on the notice by the U.S. House Intelligence Committee to not purchase equipment from specific Chinese manufacturers.

A study entitled “Facebook News Feed: Relevance or Noise?” is based on research by Professor Catherine Dwyer, PhD, which looks at university students and the use of Facebook privacy tools.

Christopher Malone, PhD, was quoted in an article in The Washington Times on presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s debate strategy.

Lubin Professor and director of entrepreneurship, Bruce Bachenheimer, was interviewed by WPIX TV in a segment about working women and jobs creation.

Dean James Lipton of the Actor’s Studio Drama School was featured by NY Magazine in commentary about the presidential candidates.

“The need for authenticity comes from the voters, because we want to know that [the candidates] know what we go through, that they Tweet like us, and e-mail like us,” says Christopher Malone, PhD, speaking to WNYC on presidential candidate’s use of e-mail on the campaign trail.

Westchester Campus debate watching events were covered by Patch.com as well as Scott Salotta of WABC News Radio.

Lubin Professor Surendra Kaushik spoke at the MIT India conference this October in Cambridge, MA.

Professor of Biology Melissa Grigione, PhD, David Cassuto, PhD, Environmental and Animal Law professor, and Michelle Land, director of the Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies, held a public forum on living among carnivorous wildlife in Westchester County.

Tony Award-winner and composer Adam Guettel served as Pace’s first Artist-in-Residence in Musical Theater.

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From the NFLRA lockout to smartphone cyberfraud, Pace faculty and staff sound off in the news.

College of Health Professions Professors Marie Truglio-Londrigan, PhD, RN, and Sandra B. Lewenson, EdD, RN, FAAN, have recently published the second edition of their book Public Health Nursing: Practicing Population-Based Care.

Gregory M. Holtz, PhD, Department of Public Administration, was quoted in the The Journal News in an article entitled “Income Slips as Taxes Soar.”

Professor Joseph Pastore, PhD, weighed in with Jets 101 on the Referees and National Football League agreement and the NFLRA lockout.

Andrea Spencer, PhD, dean of the School of Education and educational consultant, examined children’s educational records to identify how early these warning signs appear in new research published by the Center for Children’s Advocacy.

Phil Cohen, professor in the Legal Studies and Taxation Department, contributed to The Hill’s Congress Blog on a September 20 hearing on the US tax code.

Lubin Professor John Alan James contributed to The Hill’s Congress Blog on the US banking system and tax payers.

Lubin Professor Aron Gottesman contributed in a discussion about the Dodd Frank Act on the American Banker blog, BankThink.

Neil Braun, dean of Lubin, spoke with the Westchester County Business Journal about the new Arts and Entertainment Management program.

Professor Robert Vambery, PhD, was the recipient of a 2012 “Global Excellence Award” granted by the fourteenth annual international conference of the Global Business and Technology Association.

Lubin Professor Surendra Kaushik, PhD, has been invited to be a speaker at MIT India Conference in Cambridge, Massachusetts on October 6, 2012.

Bruce Bachenheimer, clinical professor and director of entrepreneurship at Pace, was recently quoted in Crain’s New York Business on women entrepreneurs.

The Journal News covered a recent Pace Athletics event featuring Daniel “Rudy” Ruettinger, subject of the inspirational 1993 film Rudy.

Donna Grand Pre, dean of admissions, was quoted in the Westchester County Business Journal about the popularity of degrees in Accounting.

Thomson Reuters quoted Marketing Professor Larry Chiagouris on the SEC’s proposal to drop the ad ban on private stock offers.

John Alan James, the executive director of the Center for Global Governance, Reporting and Regulation, was quoted in Law360 as well as contributing a piece on the repeal of the Dodd-Frank Act for The Hill’s Congress Blog. He was also quoted in the Westchester Country Business Journal about Citigroup Inc.’s settlement with victims of fraud.

Darren Hayes, DPS, Computer Information Systems program chair of the Seidenberg School, was quoted by Reserve Magazine about cyberfraud and data leakage by smartphone users.

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From celebrities without makeup to the decline of Groupon—Pace faculty and staff are making the news.

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.

Marketing Professor Larry Chiagouris was quoted in articles in the Chicago Sun-Times and Bloomberg News about the future of Groupon.

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.

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Pace faculty and staff sound off in the press this month on topics ranging from Emmy nominations to health care, hijacked civilian drones to interest rates.

James Lipton, Dean Emeritus of The Actors Studio Drama School (ASDS) and host of Inside the Actors Studio, helped the show garner its 15th Emmy nomination in the Outstanding Nonfiction Series category.

The New York Times talks with Law Professor Randolph McLaughlin about NYC’s “stop and frisk” policy.

Vernon Brown, chairman and CEO of V. Brown & Company, Inc. and a professor of Entertainment Law, wrote a guest blog post for Billboard on how the proposed acquisition of EMI’s recorded-music division by Universal Music Group continues to inspire debate.

Director of Internships and Corporate Outreach for Pace’s MS in Publishing program Jane Kinney-Denning was named president of the NYC Chapter of the Women’s National Book Association.

Joseph M. Pastore Jr. was quoted about Yahoo’s new CEO appointment in an article on ValueWalk.com.

Dyson Professor Chris Malone, PhD, reviewed Constitutional Rights in Two Worlds: South Africa and the United States at Law and Politics Book Review.

Pace Law Professor Michael Mushlin was quoted in The Nation on the inhumanity of solitary confinement.

Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris was quoted in a U.S. News & World Report article entitled “Study: B-Schools Shortchange Business Strategy.”

Lubin Professor John Alan James says Barclays misled officials because a low interest rate is a vote of confidence in a borrower by a lender in an article published by Voice of America.

Dyson Professor Chris Malone, PhD, comments on the Supreme Court ruling on President Obama’s health care plan at Philly.com.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, was quoted in an article by TechNewsWorld about the recent demonstration that a civilian drone can be hijacked by spoofing its GPS signals.

Lubin Professor Joseph Salerno, PhD, discusses “a pervasive regime uncertainty” affecting the U.S. economy in the New York Post.

Law Professor Elizabeth Burleson was quoted in The Christian Science Monitor about innovative responses to environmental challenges.

Lubin Professor Bruce Bachenheimer talks digital tech entrepreneurship with NYConvergence.

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From student loans to cyber security, and from nomenclature to Facebook, Pace staff and faculty are sounding off in the news.

Dyson Professor Mary Margaret Minnis, PhD, spoke to the League of Women Voters of Greenwich, CT at its fourth program in its series about clean water.

Lubin Professor Aaron Gottesman, PhD, was quoted on the tightening of hedging regulations in The Hill’s Congress Blog.

Law Professor Bennett Gershman discusses the city’s ban on big sodas in a recent Wall Street Journal article.

Lubin Professor Joseph Salerno, PhD, tells The New York Post there is “a pervasive regime uncertainty” affecting the economy.

President  Stephen J. Friedman was quoted on the recent student loan decision in an article on Moneyscoop.com

“I think that it is important for the CSCC to respond on all fronts, understanding that al-Qaida is a sophisticated enemy using the Internet wisely both to recruit members and to gain sympathy from citizens in the region,” Constance Knapp, PhD, codirector of Pace University’s Seidenberg CyberSecurity Institute, told TechNewsWorld.

A study at Pace in 2011, recently covered in BusinessNewsDaily, found that social media could predict the ups and downs of stock prices for three global brands, Starbucks, Coca-Cola, and Nike.

In an article in Nursing Spectrum, Harriet R. Feldman, PhD, RN, FAAN, dean of the College of Health Professions, weighed in on proposed legislation that would limit the use of the title “doctor” to physicians and dentists.

An article in The Journal News featured the long-term plan for Pace athletics to expand the program by adding the popular spectator sports women’s field hockey and lacrosse.

Incubators backed by major companies may aid development into a seasoned entrepreneur at a faster rate, Bruce Bachenheimer, director of entrepreneurship and Lubin professor, told YoungEntrepreneur.com. Bachenheimer was also quoted in Entrepreneur’s Startups in the article “6 Steps to a Successful Start” and in Young Entrepreneur, where he discussed college pitch contests and startup incubators.

“The supply of jobs has not yet caught up with the demand. That’s why we still hear so many stories about graduates who are still taking on unpaid internships after graduation, who are still flipping burgers at McDonald’s. Not that there’s anything wrong with doing that, but graduates didn’t want to spend four years in college and go heavily in debt to flip burgers,” observed Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris, PhD,  in an article in Minyanville. Chiagouris also weighed in on the Facebook IPO and value (or lack thereof) to investors in an article in Marketing Week (UK) and told “Market Day,” an MSMBC blog, that findings don’t necessarily show Facebook ads are effective in getting people to click through and buy a product.

“These events signal problems with the effectiveness of internal governance, controls and the role of the chief compliance officer at Facebook and their financial advisor, Morgan Stanley,” said Lubin Professor John Alan James to Thompson Reuters Accelus. James, who is executive director of the Center for Global Governance, Reporting and Regulation at Pace, also spoke to the Westchester County  Business Journal for their recent article, “Executive compensation up 6 percent in 2011.

Chief investment officer at Altfest Personal Wealth Management in New York and Lubin Professor Lewis Altfest, PhD, weighed in on the importance of variable annuities for the blog www.mainefarmsforthefuture.com.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, shares his thoughts about the Facebook IPO fiasco on The Hill’s Congress Blog.

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From fracking to FLOTUS, Pace faculty and staff are sounding off in the news.

Nursing Professor Joanne Singleton, RN, FNP, PhD, chair of graduate studies and director of the recently developed DNP program was profiled by Nursing Spectrum as part of their “Notable Nurses” column.

Dyson Professor Joan Katen recently discussed her novel Love on the Edge, which deals with the relationship between an Israeli man and a Palestinian woman, at the Harrison Public Library.

The Pleasantville Examiner ran a feature story covering two related Earth Month events at Pace. Both events explored a controversial environmental issue–hydrofracking. The first event, entitled WTF? (What the Frac?) organized by the Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies, was a neutral debate with energy experts. The second event, organized by Dyson Professor Fran Delahanty, PhD, was a session with community groups decidedly against fracking.

Pace unveiled its new solar classroom, funded by Con Edison, and The Journal News, News 12 and The Daily Pleasantville reported on the event.

Lubin Lecturer Dean L. Surkin will be presenting at the NYSSCPA Closely Held and Flow-Through Entities Conference on July 25.

Lubin Professor of Economics Joseph Salerno, PhD, was recently quoted in American Banker and two of his commentaries on the war on cash payments and Chinese inflation were published by The Christian Science Monitor.

The Bergen Record featured Dyson Professor Diane Cypkin, PhD, in an article on an upcoming show about the life and work of Molly Picon.

KPMG Professor of Accounting Samir M. El-Gazzar won the Best Paper award at the 16th International Business Research Conference of the International Business Institute—Australia—England for his paper Voluntary Versus Mandatory Corporate Reporting on Management Responsibilities for Financial Statements: An Empirical Examination.” His paper was also accepted for publication in the Global Review of Accounting and Finance.

Barry Miller, PhD, manager of Alumni Career Programs and Services at Pace, was quoted in an article in U.S. News & World Report about schools tapping into LinkedIn for job openings.

The Journal News featured School of Education Professor Sister M. St. John Delany, PhD, and the Center for Literacy Enrichment’s 40th anniversary at Pace.

ArtDaily and Computer Graphics World ran stories on Dyson Art Professor Will Pappenheimer’s grant to explore the link between virtual objects and viewer response.

Pace’s Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship was mentioned prominently at the beginning of an article on social entrepreneurs on the American Express OPEN Forum.

Lubin Dean Neil Braun was quoted in a Times Higher Education (UK) article about the career benefits of certificate programs.

A special education report in Crain’s New York Business focuses on how New York’s colleges and universities have ratcheted up their commitment to supporting budding entrepreneurs in recent years.  Lubin Professor Bruce Bachenheimer, director of Pace’s new Entrepreneurship Lab, was interviewed.

Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris, PhD, spoke to Entrepreneur.com about product placement using a “well-developed social-media ecosystem.”

A post on the Alzheimer’s photography exhibit at Pace appeared on the “Well” blog of The New York Times with 14 pages of photos.

Pace’s Seidenberg School was mentioned on public television’s channel Thirteen among an impressive line-up of organizations that took part in an event to raise awareness and interest among New York City girls in technology.

The Wall Street Journal quoted Rhonda Miller, director of Dyson’s Commercial Dance program, in an article about the choreography in the hit Broadway musical Newsies.

The Daily Pleasantville featured Pace Interim Provost Harriet R. Feldman, PhD, RN, FAAN, who recently spent a day with First Lady Michelle Obama and Jill Biden as one of 20 nursing school heads at a Join Forces event celebrating collaboration to provide better care for veterans.

Lubin Professor of Economics Joseph Salerno, PhD, was interviewed about the teaching of economics at Pace University, Austrian economics, and gold and silver as prospective money by Kerry Lutz, a Pace alumnus and radio host of the  Financial Survival Network in Greenwich, CT. He was also interviewed by radio host Leigh Greenberg of GoldSilver.com Radio where he discussed the consequences of the disappearance of currency and the increasing digitalization of money.

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From ambush marketing to managerial frugality, and Tennessee Williams to Facebook, Pace faculty and staff are making their mark in the media.

Dyson Professor Barbara Friedman’s solo exhibit, Alpträume, will be on display through May 19 at The Painting Center in New York City.

Lubin Professor Dennis Sandler’s article, “Sport Participant Attitudes Towards Ambush Marketing: An Exploratory Study of ING New York City Marathon Runners” with Steve McKelvey and Kevin Snyder was published in the March issue of Sport Marketing Quarterly.

Dyson Professor Will Pappenheimer and a founding member of the artist collective, Manifest.AR,  have recently been awarded the ARtSENSE Commission at The Foundation for Creative Technology (FACT) in Liverpool, England for their proposal entitled ‘Invisible ARtaffects.’

Lubin Professor Emeritus Robert Isaak, PhD, gave a talk “On Becoming a Frugal Manager” on March 27 as part of the Last Lecture Series for professors who have just officially retired from Pace.

Dyson Professor Thomas Keith curated and hosted a tribute to Tennessee Williams at the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival on March 24.

Joe Bergin, PhD, was recently named Professor Emeritus in Residence at the Seidenberg School. Bergin also recently completed his new book Agile Software: Patterns of Practice.

Mediabistro Galley Cat interviewed Actors Studio Drama School Dean Emeritus James Lipton on the Bravo TV show taped at Pace, Inside the Actor’s Studio.

Lubin Professor Richard E. Ottoo, PhD, was featured in AfricaBusiness.com on his new contingency-claims model for valuing hydro-elective power investments.

Lubin School of Business Dean, Neil Braun was featured in AgendaWeek about acquiring a promising takeover candidate.

Mid Hudson News reported on the results of a study by Pace’s Michaelian Institute on potential fire department consolidation.

An Op-ed by Law Professor John Nolon was published by The Journal News.

Lubin Professor and Executive Director of Pace’s Center for Global Governance,  John Alan James was called upon by the Westchester County Business Journal to comment on what Cuomo’s election as governor has meant to New York businesses.

Ira Davidson, director of the Small Business Development Center at Pace told The Wall Street Journal online that cash mobs have no economic consequence.

Nurse.com interviewed Lienhard faculty member Jane Dolan, RN, for a national cover story on how to return to the classroom.

Richard Shadick, PhD, director of the Counseling Center at Pace NYC, offered insight into coping with the tragedy that rocked St. Johnsbury in an interview with The Caledonian-Record.

The Los Angeles Times ran a story on Seidenberg doctoral student Arthur O’Connor’s research on Facebook’s relation to stock popularity.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, program chair and lecturer at Pace, was quoted in the E-Commerce Times on the ambitions of the Obama Administration. He was also quoted in Corporate Compliance Insights on the online legislation that the Obama Administration is enforcing.

With the proliferation of media outlets, one may think branding is easier but Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris, PhD, told the Westchester County Business Journal the opposite is true.

Lubin Professor Paul Kurnit told Deliver Magazine that marketing efforts are most effective when not only targeting a specific segment of the population, women for instance, but targeting demographic segments within the segments. He also said Pinterest is the new darling of the Internet, but businesses have not really tapped into its potential in an interview with BusinessNewsDaily.

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Read about Pace faculty and staff in the news as they sound off on everything from the African origins of Jazz to the Hunger Games, and much more!

The Los Angeles Times featured Pace’s gerontechnology program headed by computer science professor Jean Coppola, PhD, and nursing professors Sharon Wexler, PhD, and Lin Drury, PhD.

Dyson Professor Sarah Blackwood, PhD, has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship to participate in a NEH Summer Institute: The Visual Culture of the Civil War.

Lubin Professor Paul Kurnit told Deliver Magazine that marketing efforts are most effective when not only targeting a specific segment of the population.

The Patch.com website in Carmichael, CA, near Sacramento, quoted Dyson Professor Sarah Blackwood, PhD, on the frenzy surrounding the new movie Hunger Games.

The Omicron Delta Epsilon honor society has decided to establish a new award in the name of Lubin Professor Michael Szenberg, PhD, which would involve the best annual article published in The American Economist, the journal of the Omicron Delta Epsilon Honor Society.

Lubin Professor Richard Ebil Ottoo has authored “Valuation of a Hydro-Electric Power Project in Emerging Markets: An Application of Real Options,” which will appear in volume 14 of The African Finance Journal.

Seidenberg Professor Anthony Joseph, PhD, and Lubin Professors Richard Ebil Ottoo and Maurice Larrain co-authored “The Current Account, the Spot Exchange Rate and the Demand for Money,” which appeared in the March issue of the International Journal of Economics and Finance.

On March 6 Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris, PhD, gave a presentation based on his recent book The Secret to Getting a Job After College. Over 30 students from a wide variety of disciplines attended. You can see pictures of the event here: http://birnsys/gallery/chiagouris/. Chiagouris also explained the use of the increasingly popular social media website Pinterest to The Wall Street Journal.

John James, Executive Director of Pace’s Center for Global Governance, was quoted in the New York Observer.

Seidenberg Professor Charles C. Tappert, PhD, was quoted in The New York Times on his keystroke biometric research.

Dyson Professor Lee Evans, EdD, has become a co-author of Keyboard Fundamentals, 6th Edition (Stipes Publishing), a formerly two but now one volume beginning level piano method for adult beginners of junior high age and older. The book was published in March 2012. Also, his article entitled “The African Origins of Jazz” appears in the March/April issue of JAZZed, the official journal of the Jazz Education Network, an organization of college and high school educators worldwide.

Westchester County Business Journal quoted Law Professor Shelby Green on settlements.

China Radio International interviewed Lubin Professor Andrew Coggins, PhD, about the safety of cruise travel.

An Op-Ed by Constance Knapp, PhD, Interim Dean of Seidenberg, and Professor Bel Raggad, PhD, was published in the Westchester County Business Journal.

Westchester County Business Journal reported on Lubin Professor Bruce Bachenheimer becoming director of the entrepreneurship lab. Also, Technology Review featured him on the technology brain drain from Wall Street.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, was quoted in The Daily Caller about the Obama Administration’s proposal. He was featured in ZDNet Government on China being a threat to cybercrime. Hayes talked to TechNewsWorld about companies such as Facebook and Google and their financial resources. Also, Hayes was quoted in Forbes about the new technology bill. Hayes spoke with TechNewsWorld about the Senate bill would give the Department of Homeland Security increased power over critical IT infrastructure owned by the private sector. He also compared a new Google project, “Go 1,” with Apple products in an article in TechNewsWorld.

1010 Wins, CBS New York had a radio show with Robert Walsh and spoke about Pace’s new Entrepreneurship Lab.

Rebecca Tekula, PhD, Executive Director of Pace’s Helene and Grant Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship, was quoted in the Vegas Seven on whether Vegas can benefit from community stewardship.

Dyson Professor Chris Williams was interviewed by WOR’s John Gambling about his experiences traveling to Fukushima and his insights into the long-term environmental impacts of this monumental disaster.

Lubin Professor Ronald Filante, PhD, told the Westchester County Business Journal that the financial sector’s struggles have had a sharp effect on the region’s economy.

CNBC.com quoted Lubin Professor John James on the Federal Reserve.

Pace Law Professor Bennett Gershman wrote an Op-Ed piece on privacy for The Journal News.

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Stanford Workshops, options for those that have been laid off, Facebook vs. LinkedIn, and computerized tests for brain injuries—Pace faculty and staff are making the news!

Lubin Professor Theresa K. Lant, PhD, will be presenting at Stanford University Medical Center’s Team Science Workshop Series on March 14.

The Downtown Express reported Toby R. Winer’s appointment as Pace’s first female executive vice president and chief financial officer.

Lubin’s Center for Global Governance, Reporting, and Regulation has already attracted attention and write-ups from leading financial publications such as Bloomberg Businessweek.

The School of Education’s partnership with Central Florida University, allowing student teachers to practice on avatars, was featured in articles in the Pleasantville-Briarcliff Patch and The Downtown Express.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, told TechNewsWorld  that if Twitter wants to continue to prosper, then support from local government and corporations is more valuable than freedom of speech.

Pace Law Professor Bennett Gershman’s latest entry on The Huffington Post discusses forced sterilizations mandated by Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes in 1927.

Dyson Professor, Anthony Mancini, PhD, published an Op-ed in The New York Times on post-war resilience.

CNBC.com quoted Lubin Professor John James on the Federal Reserve.

Lubin Professor and Director of Entrepreneurship at Pace Bruce Bachenheimer, spoke with The New York Daily News about options for those who have been laid off.

Rebecca Tekula, PhD, and Anna-Kay Sinclair of The Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship at Pace were interviewed in Westchester business lifestyle magazine 914INC about corporate philanthropy in Westchester.

Lubin Professor Ronald Filante, PhD, told the Westchester County Business Journal that the financial sector’s struggles have had a sharp effect on the region’s economy.

The Daily Somers and The Daily Mamaroneck called upon Melissa Grigione for her expertise in wildlife when large cats were rumored to be roaming Pleasantville.

WPIX was at Pace to capture the Chinese New Year celebration.

Internet Evolution quoted Lubin Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, about Twitter’s new censorship policy.

Rye Brook Westmore News and The Journal News reported on the FIRST Tech Challenge championship tournament at Pace, which was sponsored by the Seidenberg School.

Barry Miller, manager of alumni career programs and services, told the Chicago Tribune about using LinkedIn vs. Facebook professionally

Theatermania posted the announcement with a photo of Dyson Professor Cosmin Chivu on their website.

Dyson Professor Chris Malone, PhD, was interviewed by WCBS TV on the politics behind the Komen Foundation’s reversal of the decision to stop funding Planned Parenthood.

NPR covered a study by athletics physician and College of Health Professions Professor Lester Mayers, MD, that finds that computerized tests are unreliable for diagnosing brain injuries.

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From “cursed” locales to Scripting Hitchcock, and from prestigious awards to PTSD, Pace faculty and staff are making the news.

Scripting Hitchcock, a new book by Dyson Professors Walter Raubicheck, PhD, and Walter Srebnick, PhD, was nominated for an Edgar Award by the Mystery Writers Association of America.

The Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative has recognized the work of Dyson Professors Cyrus Bacchi, PhD, and Nigel Yarlett, PhD, of the Haskins Laboratories, with the Project of the Year 2011 Award for the development of the first new drug to go to clinical trial and the first new treatment for Human African Trypanosomiasis (“sleeping sickness”) in more than 40 years.

Dyson Professor Anthony D. Mancini’s, PhD, op-ed piece on the on Iraq and PTSD appeared in The New York Times.

Seidenberg Professor Jean Coppola’s, PhD,  gerontechnology program drew more publicity in the Tribeca Trib and on NPR’s prime time “All Things Considered” piece on programs across the country that help “usher older adults into the digital age.”

Lubin Professor and NYSE Research Scholar Matt Morey was cited in The Wall Street Journal for his research on mutual funds in November 2011. His paper predicting governance in emerging markets was accepted to be presented at the International Centre for Financial Regulations in London in spring 2012.

Four Pace people–a student, two alumni, and a professor–are among Westchester Magazine’s 22 People to Watch.

Lubin Professor David Gertner, PhD, spoke at the Centre for Marketing Excellence Speaker Series on January 10 at the Lee Kong Chian Business School in Singapore.

Senior Fellow for Environmental Affairs John Cronin and Director of the Counseling Center Richard Shadick, PhD, offered advice in Spry Living on how to make your New Year better.

Ira Davidson, director of the Manhattan Small Business Development Center at Pace, told The Wall Street Journal he’s fascinated by “cursed” spots where nothing succeeds, possibly because businesses get associated with earlier failed ones.

Lubin Professor and Director of Global Human Resources Management at Pace Ibraiz Tarique, PhD, told Human Resource Executive that HR executives face multiple challenges when managing in deteriorating Eurozone conditions.

Lubin Professor and Director of Entrepreneurship Bruce Bachenheimer, presented ‘What They Don’t Teach You In Business School‘ for the MIT Enterprise Forum of Israel on January 11 at Tel Aviv University He also participated in a roundtable discussion on entrepreneurship education at the Kairos Society Global Summit on February 3.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, told Internet Evolution and TechNewsWorld that more, highly skilled political attacks can be expected from computer hackers in 2012. He also weighed in on Google’s choice to expand its search engine in TechNewsWorld.

Pace women’s basketball head coach Carrie Seymour was featured in a story in Norwalk’s The Hour.

Law School Professor Bennett Gershman was quoted in The New York Times on what he calls “an extraordinary legal event.”

Law School Professor Ralph Stein spoke to the Florida Times-Union for a two-part story about the FBI’s investigation into a Nassau County (FL) Sheriff’s Office revealing civil rights violations, corruption, obstruction of cases, altered police reports, and thefts.

Dyson Professor Lauren Gaul is a year-round employee of Radio City Music Hall and The Hudson Independent reported that Gaul performed in such events as the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, the Columbus Day Parade, the America’s Thanksgiving Parade in Detroit, and the Amtrak Whistle Stop Tour.

Fox 5’s Good Day New York spoke with School of Education Dean Penny Spencer, PhD, about the fight in New York over teacher evaluations.

WABC TV called upon Seidenberg Professor Li-Chiou Chen, PhD, to weigh in on the proposed Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) legislation.

Law School Professor Bennett Gershman’s latest Huffington Post article covers a politician’s “pardon power” and the ethics and legalities of pardoning hardened criminals.

Lubin Professor David Gertner, PhD, recently published his article “A (tentative) meta-analysis of the ‘place marketing’ and ‘place branding’ literature” in the Journal of Brand Management. His article “Unfolding and Configuring Two Decades of Research and Publications on Place Marketing and Place Branding” was also recently published in Place Branding and Public Diplomacy.

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Pace faculty sound off this month in a variety of different ways, from lecture to interviews, podcasts to blogs, and even a rap video.

Lubin Economics Professor Joseph T. Salerno, PhD, has been hitting the lecture circuit with a guest lecture on “What Is Money?” to 50 Congressional and Senate staffers at Representative Ron Paul’s Afternoon Tea Lecture Series and a lecture on “Who as the Better Monetary Economist? Rothbard and Friedman Compared” at the Mises Circle in New Orleans, LA. He also published “Varieties of Austrian Price Theory: Rothbard Reviews Kirzner” in Libertarian Papers, Vol. 3, 2011, as well as co-authored with Matthew McCaffrey “A Theory of Political Entrepreneurship”, which was published in Modern Economy, Vol. 2, No. 4, September 2011.

Lubin Management Professor Alan B. Eisner, PhD, recently published the latest edition of his book, Loose-Leaf Strategic Management: Text and Cases, 6th Edition.

The Washington Scene  and The Westchester County Business Journal reported on Seidenberg’s launch of an institute to address the shortage of cyber security professionals in the U.S.

School of Education Dean Andrea (Penny) Spencer, PhD, expressed shock and concern to WCBS TV in the wake of controversial comments about teachers and the education system by New York City Mayor Bloomberg.

Michael Szenberg, PhD, Lubin professor of economics, told USA Today that the new leadership in Italy and Greece may be just what Europe needs to get its economy back on track.

Bruce Bachenheimer, Lubin’s clinical professor of management and director of entrepreneurship, presented Small Business Development and Entrepreneurship to a delegation from Algeria, Bahrain, Iraq, Morocco, Oman, Palestinian Territories, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, and Yemen as part of the U.S. Department of State International Visitor Leadership Program on December 1, 2011 at the Office of Foreign Missions. Bachenheimer was also the Guest Speaker at the 30th Annual Alpha Chi Honor Society Induction Ceremony on December 4, 2011.

A nationwide USA Today article spotlit Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris and his collaboration with the rapper Timid (Jaylon Carter) on the music  video for “I Want the Secret,” which showed Pace students in class and played on the title of Chiagouris’ s book, The Secret to Getting a Job After College.

In a letter to The Economist, Lubin Professor Robert Vambery, PhD, compared the Greek debt crisis to the US securitization of mortgages.

WNYC radio ran a preview of a December 9 event with Lubin Professor Claudia Green, PhD, “The Global Salon: Cities in Brazil,” examining the country’s economic transformation.

The Counseling Center’s Richard Shadick, PhD, offered tips for managing holiday stress in Prevention magazine and online at MSN Health.

The New York Times cited the opinion of Law Professor Jill Gross, director of the Pace Investor Rights Clinic, that a judge’s decision to throw out a settlement between the SEC and Citigroup would force companies to admit guilt, rather than neither admitting nor denying  the commission’s charges.

In an Associated Press article, Law Professor Linda Fentiman said the conviction of Michael Jackson’s doctor might give doctors some “leverage” in pushing back against “patients who insist on getting their way.”

The new Miami Art Museum is being renamed as a result of a major donation. In an interview with the Associated Press, Executive Director of the Wilson Center Rebecca Tekula, PhD, spoke on whether a name can make or break a new museum.

Backstage reported that Dyson Professor Rhonda Miller’s proposal of the commercial dance program at Pace clicked with administrators because it dovetailed with the University’s mission of providing education that helps students make a living.

In his latest column on Huffington Post, Law Professor Bennett Gershman asked how much, if any, protection the First Amendment gives to derogatory comments by police.

Dyson Psychology Professor K. Mark Sossin, PhD, was a primary guest on the ninth segment of Slate’s Negotiation Academy podcast, focused on negotiation tactics parents can use with their children.

TechNewsWorld looked to Seidenberg Professor and CIS Program Chair Darren Hayes, DPS, for his thoughts on the FBI investigation of Carrier IQ; that has drawn accusations of violating the Wiretap Act.

On his New York Times “Dot Earth” blog, Pace Academy Senior Fellow Andrew Revkin praised a posting from Law Professor Elizabeth Burleson on Pace’s GreenLaw blog that focused on the recent Durban climate talks.