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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 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 Radio where he discussed the consequences of the disappearance of currency and the increasing digitalization of money.