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From Syrian opposition to multilingual proficiency, Pace faculty and staff sound off in the news.

Lubin Professor of Finance Matthew Morey recently spoke at the Mutual Fund Directors Forum’s 2013 Policy Conference in Washington, D.C., which featured SEC Comissioner Troy Paredes and Congressman Scott Garrett.

Bruce Bachenheimer, director of Pace’s Entrepreneurship lab, was mentioned in a article about Enstitute, an independent entrepreneurship lab in Lower Manhattan. He was also quoted in a Crain’s New York Business piece about the importance of entrepreneurship and pitch contests. Bachenheimer also contributed to American Express’ OPEN Forum article on “6 Shark Tank Lessons for Entrepreneurs.”

School of Education Professor Xiao-Lei Wang, PhD, was quoted in an article on NBC Latino about exposing children to more than one language as early as possible may ensure native-like proficiency in these languages.

Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris discusses San Diego’s marketing in an article in the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Lubin Professor Surendra Kaushik, PhD, has contributed to The Hill’s “Congress” blog an op-ed on the Cypriot bailout. He also contributed an op-ed on housing recover to the American Banker “BankThink” blog.

Seidenberg Professor James W. Gabberty, PhD, discusses the need for American banks to reevaluate their cybersecurity in an article published by CSO Online.

Dyson Professor Paul Londrigan spoke to CBC Radio about how the West should be weary of arming the Syrian opposition.

Lubin Professor Michael Szenberg, PhD, was granted Emeritus status through a unanimous vote by the ODE Board at the University of Houston-Victoria. He also provided a review of the Masters of Finance program at CUNY Staten Island.

Lubin Professor John Alan James, executive director of the Center for Global Governance, Reporting and Regulation at Pace, contributed an op-ed to The Hill’s “Congress” blog that discusses what happens when financial institutions become too big to manage. He has also contributed another op-ed on the recently deceased Margaret Thatcher.

Lubin Professor Andrew O. Coggins Jr., PhD, discusses the flaws in the Cruise Bill of Rights for

A study, co-authored by Pace Law Professor Andrew Lund, analyzed director turnover at financial institutions in the Standard & Poor’s 1,500-stock index from 2006 to 2010.

Jonathan Hill, DPS, co-director of the STEM Center Collaboratory and Seidenberg professor, shares why he believes Congress must end quotas for H-1B petitions in an article on India West.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, discussed how a new computer forensics program is helping students fight cyber crime and create jobs in an interview on

Pace University President Stephen J. Friedman was quoted in the Westchester Business Journal about the Pace Community Law Practice.

Lubin Professor Michael Szenberg, PhD, and long-time collaborator Lall Ramrattan, PhD, worked together to publish Major Religious and Far Eastern Perspectives on the Global Economic and Financial Crisis, a book that analyzes the current financial crisis from a far-eastern perspective. The two also co-wrote  “A Generalized Model for Foreign Domestic Investment Flows to All Countries,” which will appear in The Journal of Developing areas this fall. Their article, “The Paradoxical/Ironic Behavior of Regions in Response to Free Trade and Growth in the Post-Cold War Global Economy,” appeared in The International Journal of Finance last year.

Dyson Professor Matthew Bolton, PhD, talks arms trade treaty in a recent op-ed for The Hill’s “Congress” blog.