Faculty in the News

The Environmental Center’s “Environmental University” was featured in the Journal News article on Oct. 16, 2008, titled “Students Focus on Environmental Sustainability at Pace U.”

Assistant Professor of Biology James Cervino was interviewed by the Weather Channel on October 22, 2008 for a segment called “Oysters Helped by Solar Panels.”

Assistant Professor of Biology James Cervino was featured in the Christian Science Monitor October 9, 2008, in the article, “Can ‘electric oysters’ restore New York’s waters?

Fine Arts Lecturer Jane Dickson is featured on First Look New York on NBC (local channel 4) on Saturday, October 4 at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, October 5 at 1 a.m., and Monday, October 6 at midnight.

Public Administration Department Chair Farrokh Hormozi was interviewed by La Opinión about Wall Street and the economy on October 25. Read the article, “Susto al amanecer para la Bolsa de NY.

Farrokh Hormozi, PhD, Public Administration Professor and Chair, was quoted in an article in The Journal News on September 23, 2008, for an article titled, “Values fall; mortgage and rents are up”; and in an article in The Journal News on September 26, 2008, titled, “Bailout package greeted with skepticism.”

Professor Farrokh Hormozi, PhD, discusses how an economic downturn will affect jobs in the information technology sector.

Public Administration Professor Farrokh Hormozi, PhD, was quoted in the article, “Slow economy a blow to workers in sales” in the August 5, 2008 Journal News. Hormozi was also interviewed on the Regional News Network on the topic of “The Impact of Oil and Gas on Daily Life,” on April 30, 2008, and quoted in the article, “As unemployment rises, market favors the IT jobs” in The Westchester County Business Journal on July 28, 2008.

Assistant Professor of Biology and Health Sciences Jack Horne, PhD was interviewed on NPR’s “All Things Considered” on May 27, 2008. The subject: “A Guided tour of ‘Your Brain’: Two neuroscientists write a book to debunk misconceptions about how the human brain works.” Read more.

Assistant Professor of Political Science Christopher Malone was quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle article, “Why Obama-McCain race deserves ‘historic’ label” on November 2.

Associate Professor Christopher Malone, PhD, discusses who the superdelegates are and why they have so much power. Read more

Political Science Associate Professor Christopher Malone goes One on One with Steve Adabado in a segment for CN8 (Newark cable television) airing October 8 and 28, and online at www.cn8.tv.

Political Science Professor Christopher Malone, PhD was interviewed at the Democratic National Convention for an August 25, 2008 article in Financial Week. Read more.

The October issue of Bust magazine includes a profile of Fine Arts Associate Professor Jillian McDonald. Read the article, “Dead Sexy: Jillian Mcdonald makes zombie art you can really sink your teeth into.” Read Now Magazine article “Jillian McDonald Zombies Attack.” Read TheStar.com article “Nuit Blanche: Getting Your Zombie On.”

Fine Arts Associate Professor Jillian Mcdonald’s upcoming performance art, “Zombies in Condoland,” was featured in the article, “Nuit Blanche reveals new lineup, funding” in The Globe and Mail and in the article, “Night of the living, when zombies can get 15 seconds of fame” in The Toronto Star.

Women’s and Gender Studies Adjunct Professor Kathy Miriam interviewed Janice Peck, author of The Age of Oprah: Cultural Icon for a Neoliberal Era on Thursday, October 23 on WBAI radio.

Criminal Justice Professor Joe Ryan, PhD was quoted in the Florida Times-Union in the August 10, 2008 article, “Residents crave real ties with the sheriff” about community policing. Read more.

Director of Pace University’s Counseling Center and Psychology Adjunct Professor Richard Shadick, PhD, was interviewed by the Galveston County Daily News for the article, “Experts: Post-storm stress is normal” on September 30, 2008.

Psychology Professor Richard Shadick, PhD counsels against identification of people who have died by suicide unless the law-enforcement agency has a spokesman trained in the subject, in an August 19, 2008 article in the Journal Inquirer. Read more.

Psychology Professor K. Mark Sossin, PhD, discusses how to say “no” without stifling a child’s natural curiosity in Parents Magazine. Read more

Assistant Professor of Film Studies Catherine Zimmer was quoted in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article “Films of Bush years reflect our conflicted times” on November 1.