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Japan: One Year Later

Japan: One Year Later

On March 7, join the Pace Community in reflecting on last year’s catastrophic disaster in Japan as a Pace professor delivers a stunning eyewitness report of his recent trip to Fukushima.

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Perspectives: Environmental

Perspectives: Environmental

Andrew Revkin is a journalist and author who has been writing about the environment for more than 25 years. In addition to being the senior fellow at the Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies, he continues to write his “Dot Earth” blog for The New York Times opinion pages.

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Perspectives: Economic

Perspectives: Economic

Niso Abuaf, finance professor at Pace University’s Lubin School of Business in New York City, is a former managing director and head of financial strategy for Credit Suisse and Salomon Smith Barney and a former vice president and economist for Chase Manhattan Bank.

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Perspectives: Mental Health

Perspectives: Mental Health

Kayoko Hayashi is native of Nagoya, Japan which is situated about two hundred miles southeast of Tokyo. She is also a psychology intern at the Counseling Center under the direction of Richard Shadick, PhD. She lends her own perspective to the disaster in Japan.

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Perspectives: Crisis Management

Perspectives: Crisis Management

Joseph Ryan, PhD, Pace professor and chair of the criminal justice and sociology department, is a national expert on community policing and police management related issues. Ryan is also a 25-year veteran of the New York City Police Department.

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