October 2016: Fit to Print
A publishing star, a milk documentary, a musical masterpiece, and more—Pace faculty and staff are making the news.
Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, talked emergency alert systems in an on-air segment for CNBC Studios in relation to the bombings in New York City and New Jersey. The interview aired on NBC affiliates as well as public television across the country.
Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Randolph M. McLaughlin, JD, was quoted in an Associated Press article concerning police shootings.
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Professor David Caputo, PhD, was quoted in a New York Daily News article about how Hillary Clinton could have stumbled in the polls after stumbling in public from pneumonia.
Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Michael B. Mushlin, JD, was quoted in a Dallas Morning News article concerning demonstrations from prisoners that happened within a few days of the 45th anniversary of the Attica prison riot.
Dyson Assistant Professor Marcella Szablewicz, PhD, gave her pup-spective in a BBC article concerning how and why a video of a dog being adopted has gone viral in China.
Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Lissa Griffin was quoted in The Atlantic about the “mixed verdict” problem in double jeopardy law.
Lubin Professor Charles Lawry, PhD, was quoted about the decline of premium American fashion brands in a FastCompany article.
School of Education Assistant Chair and Assistant Professor of STEM-D Gerald Ardito, DPS, received two community awards—the Northeast STEM Starter Academy (NSSA) at Mt. Vernon and the White Plains Youth Bureau. Ardito was recognized for his involvement with STEM programs targeted to young minorities.
Dyson Professor Melanie DuPuis, PhD, was interviewed in a Columbia University documentary, Manhattanville: A New York Nexus, about the milk reform moo-vement and the rise of milk distribution and processing in Manhattanville in the 1930s.
Dyson Senior Fellow of Environmental Affairs John Cronin was quoted in a Co.Exist article about an educational initiative at the New York Harbor School in conjunction with the Billion Oyster Project.
Bruce Bachenheimer, Lubin professor and executive director of Pace’s Entrepreneurship Lab, was quoted in a New York Business Journal article about the benefits of targeting niche audiences in regard to Lani Tarozzi’s bicycle clothing line Tandem NY.
Director of Pace’s Encore Program Joan Tucker was on an AtlanticLIVE panel last week, which centered around the topic #TheNewOldAge and how longer life expectancy, societal realities, technology, and more play a role in its impact on society.
Pace School of Performing Arts Professor Lee Evans has the keys to success in music having recently published an article in JAZZed magazine and preparing to publish a new book of early to late intermediate solo-piano starter classics in early fall.
Lubin Professor Melissa Cardon, PhD, had four co-authored papers accepted for publication. A paper that she co-authored, “Drawn to the fire: The role of passion, tenacity, and inspirational leadership in angel investing,” was published by the Journal of Business Venturing in June 2016. She has three other papers in press in the Journal of Small Business Management, the Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice journal, and the Academy of Management Review.
Lubin Professor Randi Priluck, PhD, had her book Social Media and Mobile Marketing Strategy published by Oxford University Press in August. The book mixes social media, technology, and marketing theory for a unique way to build value to a brand.
Lubin Professor and Chair of the Finance and Economics Department Aron Gottesman, PhD, had the book and helpful derivatives guide Derivatives Essentials published by Wiley Publishing.
Lubin Professor Ping Wang, PhD, recently published a paper, “Earnings Warnings and CEO Welfare,” in the Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.
Are you a faculty or staff member with news to share? Send it to us at URnews@pace.edu.
ITS is here to serve up some fresh info from the servers, including:
March 2017: ITS Connect
Students in New York City and Westchester discuss how the Pace Path has helped them make the most of their college experience, and prepare for what lies ahead.
Visualizing the Pace Path
Through a grant from the Dyson Foundation and funding from the Empire State Development Cooperation, the Pace Land Use Law Center is helping revitalize downtown Poughkeepsie.
Research: Planning in Poughkeepsie