November: Fit to Print
Faculty and staff share their expertise on topics ranging from the Islamic State to the state of corporate ethics in the US in this month’s “Fit to Print” column.
Lubin Professor and Entrepreneurship Lab Director Bruce Bachenheimer appeared on The Working Woman Report. He was also profiled in The New Entrpreneurz by Ronen Gafni and Simcha Gluck.
Sarah Blackwood, PhD, assistant professor of English and director of the American Studies program at Dyson College, recently published a review of the National Book Award finalist Lila, by Marilynne Robinson, in the Los Angeles Review of Books.
Dyson Professor Michael Izady wrote on ethnicity in the Middle East for The Hill's "Congress" blog. He was also interviewed by Fox News on the longtime animosity between Turkey and Syria.
An article by Lubin Professor Padma Kadiyala, PhD, “Trading Strategies around Earnings Announcements” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Trading. The work was supported by a summer research grant from Lubin.
Lubin Professor Eric Kessler, PhD, was recently appointed to serve on the U.S. Fulbright National Screening Committee.
Seidenberg Professor James Lawler, DPS, co-wrote an article for the fall issue of Autism Spectrum News, “College Students Empower Middle/High School Students on the Autism Spectrum.” It describes how Pace undergraduates are working with students at a school in Brooklyn, as part of the University’s community engagement program Catching a Dream.
Lubin Assistant Professor C. Aaron Lawry is the lead author of a chapter in The Management of Luxury: A Practitioner’s Handbook, published in September. The chapter focuses on succession management in the luxury fashion business.
Dyson Professor Joseph Lee, PhD, was interviewed in The Atlantic on “The Cost of China's Determination in Hong Kong.”
Law Professor Thomas M. McDonnell was interviewed on Bob Herbert’s Op-Ed.TV on the Islamic State terrorist group.
Lubin Professor Steven Mezzio was appointed to an American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) committee responsible for the content of the entire CPA exam. As a result of his relationship with the AICPA, Pace students participated in a pilot field test of new questions for the CPA exam during the spring 2014 semester. This semester, representatives of the AICPA will lead one of the Beta Alpha Psi lecture series on the CPA exam.
Lubin Professors Hsu and William O’Keefe contributed to the July 28-30 United Nations Principles for Responsible Management (PRME) Anti-Poverty Working Group and INCAE conference, with “Leveraging Innovative and Cross-Country Learning for Poverty Reduction: Climbing the Economic Ladder–Examples from and for Nicaragua.”
Joseph M. Pastore Jr., PhD, was an invited participant in the Bucknell University School of Management Visiting Speaker Program, speaking on “Reflections on Individual Ethics: From Descartes to Wall Street” and “Sustaining the ‘Good Society:’ A Call to Link Corporate Moral Responsibility and Financial Performance.” Pastore was also interviewed by the Wall Street Journal on Hewlett-Packard’s recent decision to split the company.
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