Dyson College of Arts & Sciences
- @New York City
41 Park Row 1516
Sherman Raskin is Professor of English at Pace University. He has been at Pace forty-seven
years and presently serves as Director of the MS in Publishing Program. He formerly served as
Chair of the English Department for twenty-four years and Associate Chair for ten years.
As Chair of the English Department, Professor Raskin helped shape the literature, writing and cultural studies concentrations. As Director of the Publishing Program for the past twenty-five years, he has worked with a professional board of publishers to develop curriculum and establish a unique program that serves the industry. For twenty years, he has held the position of Director of the Pace University Press, an academic press that is well known for its studies of Virginia Woolf and medieval literature.
Professor Raskin is a member of the Academic Affairs Committee of the Board of Trustees at Pace University and is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Philips Beth Israel School of Nursing. He also serves on the University Curriculum Committee and the executive council for the Dean of Dyson College. In September 2000, he received the Distinguished Achievement Award from the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences for his service and contribution to the university. In 2005, he received recognition for twenty years of leadership as Director of the Publishing Program. In 2009 he participated in the Global Chinese Publishing Forum at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Professor Raskin gave a presentation on “Chinese Publishing in the United States.”
Professor Raskin holds a BFA degree in Dramatic Arts and a MA degree in English from Columbia University.
BFA , Columbia University , New York, NY
MA , Columbia University , New York, NY