Fit to Print
Faculty and staff sound off about Twitter fails, spies on Wall Street, mean girls, and more in December's "Fit to Print" column.
Lubin Professor Carl Malinowski recently served as a discussant and presented a paper entitled "Differences in Marketing Ethics Attitudes between U.S. and Indian Graduate Students" at the annual conference of the American Society for Competitiveness in Pittsburgh, PA. The paper has also been published in Volume 11 of the Competition Forum.
Susan S. Wallach has been elected to the Board of Trustees of Pace University.
Dyson Professor Martha Driver, PhD, has had a film from her film series at Anthology Film Archives mentioned in an article in The New Yorker.
Lubin Professor John Allan James, executive director at the Center for Global Governance, Reporting and Regulation, discusses spies on Wall Street in an article for Business Insider.
Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, comments on JPMorgan Chase’s epic Twitter fail in an article for The Street.
Pace joined with fellow Science Coalition universities Columbia and NYU to honor Congresswoman Nita Lowey for her role in supporting issues related to global health and biomedical research, consistently advocating for robust federal support for targeted research initiatives.
Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris tells the Associated Press that the stampede to invest in Twitter and other money-losing startups is heading in the same direction as the dot-com bubble of the late 1990s when a horde of unprofitable Internet companies were ushered on to Wall Street.
Watch an interview featuring Lubin Professor Chunyan Li, who attended rallies in New York in protest of a Jimmy Kimmel Show sketch.
Dyson Professor Matthew Bolton, PhD, addressed the United Nations General Assembly First Committee, on behalf of international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working on disarmament, peace building, and humanitarian issues.
Dyson Professor Jennifer A. Powell-Lunder, PsyD, comments on the recent findings in a study on meanness and cattiness in girls for a video on “The Hall Monitor” blog for The Journal News.
Hot off the presses, it’s another round of faculty media mentions! This month, they’re tackling the Russia investigation, sex trafficking legislation, and more.
Fit to Print: April 2018
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By applying unorthodox uses to regular spaces, Dyson Assistant Professor Brenna Hassinger-Das is reshaping the way children and parents experience educational opportunities.
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