February 2016: Fit to Print
Award winners, thought leaders, and educated opinions—Pace faculty and staff are making the news.
CHP professors Elizabeth Berro, RN, PNP, and Joanne Knoesel, RN, recently published an article in the Journal of Nursing Education titled “An Innovative Approach to Staffing a Simulation Center in a College of Health Professions.”
James Lipton, dean emeritus of the Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University and host of Inside the Actors Studio, won the Critics' Choice Award for Best Reality Show Host. This was Lipton's second nomination and first win.
Lienhard Associate Professor Martha Greenberg, PhD, has been selected by the Zeta Omega Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International as one of two research award recipients for 2015–2016. Her project is titled “Assessment of Transcultural Self-Efficacy, Clinical Cultural Competence, and Diversity Experiences.”
Carol Roye, EdD, was quoted in a DiverseEducation.com article titled “Nursing, Health Care in Recovery Mode in Haiti.” She also had a letter to the editor published in The New York Times about the abortion debates.
Law Professor Michael Mushlin co-published an op-ed in The New York Times called "What's Going On in Our Prisons?"
Lubin Professor Susanna Cahn, PhD, presented “Classifying Ethics Codes Using Natural Language Processing” at the Zicklin Center Normative Business Ethics Workshop at the University of Pennsylvania.
Lubin Professor and Entrepreneurship Lab Director Bruce Bachenheimer was interviewed about NYC's burgeoning "Silicon Alley" on KBS Channel 1, South Korea's national public television station. He was also profiled in the February issue of the digital magazine Creativeroom4talk.
SOE Acting Dean and Professor Xiao-lei Wang, PhD, was the featured expert in a podcast on raising trilingual children called “Feet in 2 Worlds.”
SOE Professor Peter McDermott, PhD, was featured in Literacy Today, the online magazine of the International Literacy Association, for his role in facilitating workshops in Sierra Leone.
Lubin Dean Neil Braun was presented a Responsible 100 Award from the city and state for his outstanding corporate citizenship.
CHP Assistant Professor Kyeongra Yang, PhD, was mentioned in a DiverseEducation.com article titled "Nursing Faculty Emphasize Culturally Competent Health Care."
Dyson Assistant Professor of Anthropology Judith Pajo, PhD, published an article in Energy, Sustainability, and Society titled "Danger Explodes, Space Implodes: The Evolution of the Environmental Discourse on Nuclear Waste, 1945–1969."
Environmental Studies and Science Chair Melanie DuPuis, PhD, presented at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland. Her talk was titled “From Clean Eating to Clean Air: When Large-Scale Behavioral Change is (Part of) the Answer.”
Dyson Associate Professor Gregory Colman, PhD, was cited in the Washington Post for his study regarding dependent healthcare coverage for unemployed youth. His study reveals that the extension of healthcare coverage has positive effects, enabling young people to spend more time in school and acquire job-related skills.
Dyson Associate Professor Jillian McDonald recently showcased her video installation, Valley of the Deer, at the University of Waterloo Art Gallery in Ontario.
Dyson Associate Professor Anthony Mancini, PhD, was featured in an article published in The Hill for research on acute stress titled “Can People Benefit from Acute Stress? Social Support, Psychological Improvement, and Resilience After the Virginia Tech Campus Shootings.”
Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies Senior Fellow Andrew Revkin received the 2015 Robert C. Cowen Award for Sustained Achievement in Science Journalism from the American Geophysical Union.
Seidenberg Professor Matt Ganis, DPS, published Social Media Analytics: Techniques and Insights for Extracting Business Value Out of Social Media by Pearson Press.
Lienhard Professor Andrea Sonenberg, PhD, published the article “Implementing the Affordable Care Act: The Influence of Nurse Practitioner Regulatory Policies on Workforce, Access to Care, and Primary Care Health Outcomes” in Poverty & Public Policy.
Our Federal Reserve Challenge team has been dominating the competition—and the rest of the country is taking notice!
A National Powerhouse
The holiday season is in full swing, but Pace faculty are still hard at work researching and weighing in on a number of important issues. Grab a coffee and settle in, because this month’s Fit to Print is chock-full of insights.
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Pace University’s 2017 #GivingTuesday was an enormous success and we are truly grateful for everyone who participated to make it possible.