Fit to Print
Faculty and staff sound off in the news about everything from cyberattacks to crowdfunding to flooding, and more.
Lubin Professor of Management Alan B. Eisner, PhD, announces the release of the latest edition of his textbook, Strategic Management: Text and Cases.
Lubin Professor Christian N. Madu has recently returned from sabbatical. During his time away from the University, he was invited to speak at the Federal House Committee on Environment’s annual conference in Nigeria. While there, he wrote “Developing Strategies for Flood Mitigation” which appeared in the Nigeria Sun, a national newspaper. He also led an excursion team of students and faculty from the Center for Environmental Management and Control at the University of Nigeria to observe the great erosion sites of Nanka-Agulu axis in Anambra State as part of the World Environmental Day celebration. While in Nigeria, Professor Madu also attended several speaking engagements where he discussed flood mitigation and flooding disaster. Professor Madu is currently leading a team of experts in Nigeria to develop strategies for disaster risk reduction and management that are cognizant of the economic structure and cultural differences in the country.
Dyson Assistant Professor Andrea Voyer has recently published Strangers and Neighbors, an ethnographic case study of Somali immigrant inclusion in the small town of Lewiston, Maine.
White Plains Mayor Tom Roach declared October 24, 2013 to be “Sister St. John Delany Day” at a ceremony at the Center for Literacy Enrichment located on the Pace Law School campus.
Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, was the speaker for a Harvard Business Review webinar on cyberattacks.
Lubin Professor Bruce Bachenheimer discusses the SEC and crowdfunding with the E-Commerce Times.
While on vacation in Turkey this past summer, Lubin Professor Harvey Markovitz visited the American College Institute (ACI) in Izmir, Turkey. The purpose of his volunteered trip to the school was to introduce Turkish high school students to the opportunities and values associated with a New York City-based higher education in business. Four of his Turkish students plan to apply for Fall 2014 admission.
Dyson Professor Farrokh Hormozi, PhD, comments on New York’s mayoral race in an article on CNBC.com.
Lubin Professor John Allan James discusses the importance of compliance and public relations in relation to risk management in an article on the FCPA Blog.
“We are witnessing a failure to meet expectations,” says Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris, of Apple’s new iPhone 5C, in an article for MacNewsWorld.
Lubin Professor Joseph Pastore, PhD, weighs in on the state of BlackBerry in an article for the E-Commerce Times.
Dyson Distinguished Professor of Art History Janetta Rebold Benton, PhD, sat down for an interview with the Huffington Post to discuss her career and her current lecture series titled Art History Alive: France’s Fascinating Art at the Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts.
The Daily Voice reported that Pace’s Lienhard School of Nursing has been selected for the third time as a grant recipient by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s New Careers in Nursing (NCIN) program.
Seidenberg Professor James W. Gabberty, said, “no other information security control trumps the importance of regular and comprehensive auditing,” in response to the call for open hardware to defend against NSA spying in an article on CSO Online.
China’s Nanjing Normal University joined the Confucius Institute at Pace University in Manhattan to host a day of cultural exchange that celebrated the partnership and friendship between the two institutions.
In an article for TheStreet.com, Lubin Professor Bruce Bachenheimer says save your money when it comes to entertaining customers and clients this holiday season.
New research at Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems has found a way to detect cheating students taking online exams. The U.S. Department of Defense has shown interest in the research as a possible aid in its ongoing battle against computer hacking and cybercrimes.
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.
Fit to Print: December 2017
Pace University’s 2017 #GivingTuesday was an enormous success and we are truly grateful for everyone who participated to make it possible.