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From Confucius to cruise ships, Pace faculty and staff are getting noticed in the news.

Dyson Professor and Chair of the Public Administration Department Farrokh Hormozi was quoted on about how economic growth could impact staffing.

Lubin’s Associate Director for Online Communications and martial artist by night Rachel Klingberg was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article about the revival of a 19th century martial art called bartitsu.

Dyson Professor of Public Administration Mary M. Timney, PhD, provided the keynote address at the recent 26th Annual Meeting of the Public Administration Theory Network in San Francisco. The theme of the conference was Governance and the Utopian Imagination and the title of her address was “Governing After the Failed Paradigm: A New Economics for Utopia.”

Dean of the School of Education Andrea Spencer, PhD, wrote an op-ed for The Hill’s “Congress” blog about mental illness in school children and gun control.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, was quoted in two Associated Press articles; one about a sophisticated bank robbery, and another about cell phone theft. He was also quoted in a piece by the Financial Times about Microsoft’s credit rating, and in the Wall Street Journal’s Marketwatch about Apple’s future.

Dyson Dean Nira Herrmann, PhD, was quoted by China Daily about the Pace Confucius Institute’s fourth anniversary.

Jonathan Hill, DPS, Seidenberg professor and co-director of the STEM Center Collaboratory, wrote an op-ed for The Hill’s “Congress” blog about immigration reform.

Pace University was cited in a Crain’s New York Business article about MBA graduates bypassing Wall Street.

Lubin Professor Andrew Coggins was quoted in Professional Mariner about the fire aboard the cruise ship, Carnival Triumph.

Lubin Professor John Alan James was quoted in Investor’s Business Daily about Italy’s stock market signaling a possible economic recovery for Europe. He was also quoted  in a piece about Hostess’ affect on unions.