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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 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.