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Pace’s musical theater program gets a “standing O” from the New York Times. A computer science professor shares the benefits of computer use for older users with Investor’s Business Daily. A marketing professor shares what really IS in a name with the Wall Street Journal. Pace faculty and staff have been busy making headlines!

  • The New York Post knows where to go for advice and insight: Clinical Professor of Management Bruce Bachenheimer discusses a common blunder that can doom your start-up business. Flight delayed? There’s an app for that and Bachenheimer shares it in an article about the best smartphone apps.
     
  • Will your iPod damage your hearing over time? Associate Professor of Communication Sciences Disorders Abbey L. Berg, PhD, discusses her study on whether cause-and-effect is shown with BusinessWeek, MSN Health and Fitness, and 20 other health publications. Read more about the study here.
     
  • What’s in a name? Marketing professor Larry Chiagouris tells the Wall Street Journal (and entrepreneurs) why it’s important to not rush into choosing a name for their new businesses and how digging deep can pay off in the end.
     
  • Associate Professor of Computer Science and Information Systems Jean Coppola discusses her “Intergenerational Computing” class and the benefits of computer use for older users with Investor’s Business Daily.  

  • Lienhard School of Nursing associate professor and chairperson Martha J. Greenberg, RN, PhD and professor and chairperson of the Lienhard graduate department Rona F. Levin, RN, PhD talk to Nurse.com about the changes in nursing education and in the nursing industry within the last decade.
     
  • People’s Daily Online interviewed Nira Herrmann, Dean of Dyson College, about how Pace’s Confucius Institute is bridging east and west as well as community and scholarship in “A Home to Support Cultural Expression.”
     
  • Chair of the acting department Elizabeth Kemp tells Forbes.com that happiness at work isn’t about fame or fortune, it’s about creativity.
     
  • Law School Professor Van Z. Krikorian was quoted in a Boston Globe article on the briefing he filed defending Massachusett’s move on the ruling equating those who dispute the genocide designation to Holocaust deniers.
     
  • On August 29, Associate Professor of Political Science Christopher Malone, PhD, hosted a fundraiser to benefit New Orleans, which was covered in the Arts section of the New York Times. Malone was also quoted in an online Wall Street Journal article “In Campaigns, Entrepreneurs Get Busy.”
     
  • Pace’s Musical Theater program and Amy Rogers received standing ovation mentions by a casting director in The New York Times.
     
  • Counseling Center director and adjunct professor of psychology Richard Shadick, PhD, is a triple threat this month! First, he lent his advice to Lifescript regarding what to say and what not to say to a friend or family member who is depressed.  Shadick also reflected on people’s anxiety over the plan for a mosque near Ground Zero and the need for a 9/11 memorial where people can honor those they lost in a Reuters article. Finally, Shadick talked about the impact of the recession on the mental health of students in La Opinión, the largest Spanish-language daily newspaper in the country.
     
  • The inflation vs. deflation debate has been heating up and SFO Magazine turned to distinguished professor of economics Michael Szenberg, PhD, for some answers.
     
  • Professor of international business and marketing Robert Vambery discusses China’s economic futures, the turning point in US-Chinese business relations, and why the Chinese government should be concerned about climate change in the International Business Times (Hong Kong).
     
  • Law School professor Emily Gold Waldman discusses the constitutionality of the proposed cyberbullying legislation in Westchester County with the Journal News.

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Move over, Bella, Edward, and Jacob! Professor Nancy Reagin’s historical perspective on Twilight is taking over the media. More interested in marketing yourself? Check out Paul Kurnit’s advice in the Chicago Tribune. Learn more about what Pace faculty and staff are saying in the media.

  • Pace alumnus, David Pecker ’72, and chairman, president, and CEO of American Media, Inc. made headlines with a profile in the Wall Street Journal after donating almost $800,000 to Pace.
  • Clinical Professor of Management Bruce Bachenheimer talks entrepreneurship with U.S. News & World Report and explains how learning abroad often lends a life-changing perspective of business opportunities. On the other hand, Bachenheimer also discusses some of the setbacks in starting a business abroad with Entrepreneur.com.
  • Ida Dupont, associate professor of criminal justice/sociology, shares her research on women who decide not to have children in a society where so much emphasis is placed on motherhood with the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
  • Professor of International Business and Marketing Robert Vambery, PhD, discussed how China’s rapid economic rise is leading to a turning point in U.S.-Chinese business relations in the International Business Times (Hong Kong).
  • Farrokh Hormozi, PhD, Chair of Public Administration and professor of Economics and Public Administration, talks about the IT job market and the Pace/SkillPROOF IT Index Report in the July 2010 issue of Crain’s New York and in Epoch Times.
  • Marketing professor Paul Kurnit dishes to Boxoffice Magazine about Eat Pray Love and how product tie-ins for movies can even work on adults. Kurnit also discusses the origins of branding and how to “market me” in the Chicago Tribune, as well as programming to replace soap operas in Advertising Age.
  • The Dalai Lama responds to issues raised by Joseph Lee, Professor of History and Director of the East Asian Studies Center.
  • Much like the Twilight series itself, Professor of History and Women’s & Gender Studies Nancy Reagin, PhD, new book, Twilight and History, is becoming a phenomenon, being featured on Insidehighered.com, in the Washington Monthly magazine, in the American Historical Association newsletter,  the online magazine for college students College Candy, Hollywood Dame and a number of Twilight fandom newsletters.
  • Adjunct professor of political science and 33rd Senate District candidate Gustavo Rivera talks to Bronx News Network about the upcoming race, his position on key issues, and how his job at Pace is the only one he’d considering keeping if elected.
  • Photography professor Roger Sayre talks about his curatorial project Brunswick Window, dispenses three pieces of advice to starting artists, and discusses which Muppet character he is sometimes compared to in the Jersey Journal on NJ.com.
  • NYC Counseling Center Director Richard Shadick, PhD, tells Forbes.com why even verbal expressions of anger (a la Mel Gibson) have become less tolerated. Shadick also gives tips on keeping a campus romance alive over the summer in Student Health 101 and discusses emotional abuse in Everyday Health.
  • K. Mark Sossin, PhD, codirector of the Parent-Infant/Toddler Research Nursery at Pace, points to visual clues and paying attention to your toddler’s body language to figure out what he or she is feeling in the August issue of Parents Magazine.
  • Lubin Professor Michael Szenberg talks about the unemployment outlook and the stigma that keeps employers from hiring someone who’s been unemployed for a while with the Times Union.
  • The Pace/SkillProof IT Index Report (PSII) has been receiving its fair share of press from outlets such as the Westchester County Business Journal and Dice.com for its recent report noting dramatic growth in the IT industry.

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From finance reform to mental health, Pace faculty and staff are being asked by major media and publications to give their opinions.

New York City Counseling Center Director Richard Shadick, PhD, comments on the best natural treatments for depression on the BodySense blog. Shadick is also quoted in City Limits magazine about the center’s $220,000 suicide prevention grant.

Lubin Marketing Professor Paul Kurnit discusses the future of the e-reader market in the E-Commerce Times.

Forbes interviewed Lubin’s John A. James about his take on finance reform.

Michael C. Koffler Professor in Autism Director, Center for Teaching and Research in Autism Dianne Zager, PhD, is featured in Parenting Magazine, where she discusses the experience of children with autism.

DailyFinance.com spoke with Barry Miller, manager of alumni career programs and services, about the many recent college graduates who are living at home due to the economic climate.