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Lubin professors are minding your business, history professor has a “shocking” comment, the Wilson Center is watching the bottom line, and more in this line up of Pace professors and programs in the news.

Bruce Bachenheimer, management professor and director of Pace’s entrepreneurship program, was a panelist on MSNBC’s Your Business program. A segment of that broadcast is available online here.

Economics professor Joseph Salerno, PhD, presented on the topics of the Austrian business cycle and the end of macroeconomics at several conferences and symposiums scattered across the US. Additionally, his new book Money: Sound and Unsound was recently published by the Ludwig von Mises Institute.

The Washington Times quoted Pace history professor Joseph Tse-Hei, PhD, in an article on the Chinese film Aftershock about the Tangshan earthquake. Tse-Hei spoke to the “impressive” nature of the film’s criticism of contemporary Chinese politics. To read more of what he had to say, click here.

The Pace Performing Arts production of A Christmas Carol is earning attention for both its artistic merits and its outreach endeavors. just ranked the production as the 7th most-read article on their site. Additionally, reported on Pace Performing Arts’ contribution to the Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS funds for which donations will be collected after each performance.

A study done on the effectiveness of nonprofit organizations by Rebecca Tekula, PhD, of the Wilson Center for Entrepreneurship, has gained the attention of several media outlets after an article ran in the “Greater New York” section of The Wall Street Journal. The story was picked up by the Nonprofit Quarterly and the Chronicle of Philanthropy.

Dennis Sandler, PhD, and Mary Long, PhD, both marketing professors for Lubin, presented “Consumer Behavior in a Recession: Implications for Advertising Strategies” at the Northeast Business and Economics Association conference this past October.

The St. Louis Post- Dispatch sat down with musical theater major Kate Bristol ’12 to talk about the yellow brick road that took her from Pace NYC to the starring role as Dorothy in the national tour of The Wizard of Oz.

The “sparkling production” of The Merry Wives of Windsor from London’s Shakespeare’s Globe garnered high praise in Ben Brantley’s New York Times review. It received a star denoting a “highly recommended” production.

The daily letters column of The New York Times used a letter from professor emeritus Anthony Cupaiuolo, PhD, about poverty and poor schools as causes of the “culture” of poverty.

Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Susan Herman, JD, had her letter to the editor published in The New York Times in response to Megan Buskey’s review of Jessica Stern’s Denial. In her letter, Herman calls for a fuller societal response to the pain of crime victims.

In an interview with CFO Magazine, Tom Jones, director of Lubin’s international accounting center, dealt with sticking points in the global transition to a common set of accounting rules.

Associate Art Professor William Pappenheimer’s review of the “Tunneling” show that he curated at Famous Accountants gallery in Bushwick is out in the November issue of Art in America. Six other reviews of the show can be found here, including a video review by James Kalm. Pappenheimer also premiered a series of augmented reality works for the iPhone or Android, hallucinations mapped onto public parks for the Bushwick Augmented Reality Intervention 2010.