Overdraft Screening

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Pace University and the Travelers Institute presented a screening of Overdraft, a one-hour documentary made for public television that presents a compelling explanation of America's federal debt crisis, how it impacts American lives, and choices to address the problem. Following the screening, faculty experts from Pace participated in a panel discussion along with a special guest from the Travelers Institute to examine this topic. The screening was part of the Travelers Institute's national Overdraft University Symposia Series. Students were encouraged to think critically about potential policy solutions and their implications for the American opportunity.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Student Union, B-Level
One Pace Plaza, NYC campus


[Arthur Centonze]
Arthur Centonze
  [Christoper Malone]
Christoper Malone
  [Joseph T. Salerno]
Joseph T. Salerno
  [Joan Woodward]
Joan Woodward

Panelists:

Arthur L. Centonze, PhD (Moderator): Former Lubin Dean and Associate Professor of Economics
Christopher Malone, PhD: Associate Professor and Chairperson, Department of Political Science
Joseph T. Salerno, PhD: Professor of Economics
Joan Woodward: Executive Vice President of Public Policy for Travelers and President of The Travelers Institute

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Photos and Highlights from the Overdraft Screening and Panel Discussion
Wednesday, March 13, 2013



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Associate Dean Barbara Rose Aglietti introduces the Overdraft panelists.

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Dr. Arthur Centonze of the Lubin School of Business, right, addresses the audience, with panelists Joan Woodward of Travelers, Dr. Joseph Salerno, and Dr. Christopher Malone.

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An audience member asks the panelists about solving the American debt crisis.

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Dr. Christopher Malone, left, discusses whether the U.S. should cut spending or cut revenue.

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After the panel, two students continue the conversation with Dr. Salerno.

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Student leaders from the Pace chapter of IMA helped the event run smoothly.