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Tribeca Trib: "Public Service Awards Presented"

05/16/2017

Tribeca Trib: "Public Service Awards Presented"

From left: NYPD Deputy Inspector Mark Iocco (1st Precinct); Milton Eng (General Superintendent of NYC Department of Sanitation); Joseph Palazzola (Project Manager of the NYC EDC); Stephen Friedman (President of Pace University); Jessica Lappin (President Downtown Alliance); John Haworth (Former Director of Public Programs for the National Museum of the American Indian); and NYPD Sgt. Dennis Feldman. Photo: Downtown Alliance

Each year the Downtown Alliance presents its Exceptional Service Award to people who “make life better” for residents, workers and visitors in Lower Manhattan. Alliance President Jessica Lappin presented the awards Monday morning at the Down Town Association. “From providing public safety and sanitation to enriching our cultural lives and educating the next generation of New Yorkers, they are a dedicated and remarkable group," she said.

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Bloomberg News: "Brace for Chaos If U.S Expands Airline Laptop Ban"

05/15/2017

Bloomberg News: "Brace for Chaos If U.S Expands Airline Laptop Ban"

. . . The threat of laptop loss—be it theft, damage, or misplacement as checked luggage—is likely to make some companies consider whether some meetings can be conducted via Skype or other virtual methods, said Andrew Coggins, a management professor at Pace University’s Lubin School of Business. “People don’t want to let their laptops go,” he said.

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Newsweek: "Stephen Mader, Cop Fired for Not Shooting Distraught Gunman, Sues Police Department in West Virginia"

05/10/2017

Newsweek: "Stephen Mader, Cop Fired for Not Shooting Distraught Gunman, Sues Police Department in West Virginia"

Photo: Stephen Mader via ACLU

. . . While Mader was allegedly fired for his attempt to peacefully neutralize a volatile situation, law enforcement experts tell Newsweek that U.S. police departments need better de-escalation training. “It is lacking,” says Pace University professor and former New York City police officer Joseph Ryan, referring to the training. “I would give it a D grade. We don’t talk about it enough.... There seems to be an unofficial perception by some police officers that I am the authority figure and you will listen to me.”

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New York Times: "Dance in NYC This Week"

05/08/2017

New York Times: "Dance in NYC This Week"

BATTERY DANCE at Schimmel Center at Pace University (May 10-11, 7:30 p.m.). In celebration of its 41st season, Battery Dance, led by the artistic director Jonathan Hollander, offers four premieres that focus on themes of migration. In his own “On Foot,” Mr. Hollander takes inspiration from his company’s decade-long work with refugees and youth in conflict zones; it will feature visual design by Kevork Mourad, a Syrian-born visual artist who will create an immersive and ever-changing environment for the piece. Other works include Sean Scantlebury’s duet “Double Knot” and Hussein Smko’s “Echoes of Erbil,” a solo that uses words and movement to pay homage to the Kurdish region of Iraq.
212-346-1715, schimmelcenter.org

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Chicago Tribune: "Starting line: Career experts offer 2017 grads job-search advice"

05/03/2017

Chicago Tribune: "Starting line: Career experts offer 2017 grads job-search advice"

"Approach the job search like you would dating. It would be strange to have a dating profile that says 'I am willing to date anyone who will date me,' but you would be surprised to see how often students approach the job search saying 'I'll do anything.' Likewise, applying to 200 jobs with the same resume is like sending out a generic message to everyone on a dating site and hoping someone likes you. Instead, get to know more about the organizations you are pursuing, and show a genuine interest in them by building relationships with people who work there."

--Andrea Tider, career counselor, Lubin School of Business, Pace University, New York

"Don't take your mother's advice -- you really do need to talk to strangers. New grads need to realize the importance of building a network. Meeting new people is crucial to finding future job leads. Professional relationships are not just formed at official 'networking events' or conferences. You can uncover job leads in daily life: while volunteering, on line at the grocery store or even in waiting rooms. Talking to strangers and building connections on a regular basis is a key piece to any successful career."

--Bless Vaidian, director, career counseling, Pace University Career Services, New York

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LI News Radio: President Trump's first 100 days

05/01/2017

LI News Radio: President Trump's first 100 days

David A. Caputo, President Emeritus and Professor of Political Science at Pace University, appeared on Long Island News Radio to discuss President Trump's first 100 days.

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Associated Press: "YouTube ad boycott could spell trouble for Alphabet's Google"

05/01/2017

Associated Press: "YouTube ad boycott could spell trouble for Alphabet's Google"

. . . the fallout from the YouTube boycott is likely to be felt through the rest of this year. Skittish advertisers have curtailed their spending until they are convinced Google can prevent their brands from appearing next to extremist clips promoting hate and violence.

"There is no entity in the world that is more risk averse than a senior marketing person," says Larry Chiagouris, a marketing professor at Pace University in New York. "They don't want to go with a media choice that presents problems for a brand, and they don't have to because they have many other choices."

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Associated Press: "Google targets 'fake news,' offensive search suggestions"

05/01/2017

Associated Press: "Google targets 'fake news,' offensive search suggestions"

. . . If too much misleading information appears in Google's search results, the damage could go beyond harm to its reputation for reliability. It could also spook risk-averse advertisers, who don't want their brands tied to content that can't be trusted, said Larry Chiagouris, a marketing professor at Pace University in New York.

"Fake news is careening out of control in some people's eyes, so advertisers are getting very skittish about it," Chiagouris said. "Anything Google can do to show it is trying to put a lid on it and prevent it from getting out of hand, it will be seen as a good thing."

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Wired: "Don’t Look Now, But Extremists’ Meme Armies Are Turning Into Militias"

04/20/2017

Wired: "Don’t Look Now, But Extremists’ Meme Armies Are Turning Into Militias"

Trump supporters clash with Anti-Trump protesters in Berkeley, California. Photo: David Butow/Redux

. . . “When used by far right “patriot” groups, these memes act a lot like military propaganda,” says Adam Klein, who teaches courses on propaganda and online extremism at Pace University.

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Pace University to partner with One Hundred Black Men of New York for 2017 Junior 100/Pathways to Success Program

04/20/2017

“Junior 100 Career Day Panel” to be held on Saturday, April 22

New York, NY – April 20, 2017 – For the third year in a row, the Office of Government & Community Relations & the Seidenberg School of Computer Science & Information Systems at Pace University have joined forces with One Hundred Black Men (OHBM) of New York to partner in the Junior 100 Pathways to Success program. A “Junior 100 Career Day Panel” will be held on Saturday, April 22 at the Downtown Conference Center, 157 William Street, Auditorium, New York City, from 8:45am to 12:30pm.       

WHO and WHAT: Thirty high school juniors and seniors (and one sophomore) are taking part in the Junior 100 Pathways to Success program this year. The Junior 100 program is a world-class leadership and educational enrichment program that helps prepare high school students to become intellectually sophisticated citizens with vigor for personal growth and learning. This innovative partnership features a rigorous and enriching curriculum that will not only challenge scholars academically but also help shape perspectives on society. 2015 Program Outcomes include: 100% of participating seniors who graduated are currently attending college and participating seniors received full or partial scholarships totaling over $804,000. 

For the third consecutive year, New York City Police Department (NYPD) First Deputy Police Commissioner Benjamin Tucker will be the keynote speaker to kick off the Junior 100 Career Day at 9:20am followed by a panel discussion at 10:45am featuring the following guests:  

Malcom M. Butehorn, Esq., Director of Government Relations, Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (cIcu); Antonio Moya, MD, MPH, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell Medical Center; Orville Reid, Detective, Auto Crime, Criminal Enterprise Division, NYPD; and Matthew S. Washington, Deputy Borough President, Office of Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer. Moderator: William (Bill) Colona, Director, Government & Community Relations, Pace University.

WHEN and WHERE: Saturday, April 22 at the Downtown Conference Center, 157 William Street, Auditorium, New York City, from 8:45am to 12:30pm.       

About Pace University: Since 1906, Pace has educated thinking professionals by providing high quality education for the professions on a firm base of liberal learning amid the advantages of the New York metropolitan area. A private university, Pace has campuses in Lower Manhattan and Westchester County, NY, enrolling nearly 13,000 students in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs.  A 2017 study by the Equality of Opportunity Project ranks Pace University first in New York—and second in the nation—for Economic Mobility based on students who enter college at the bottom fifth of the income distribution and end up in the top fifth. www.pace.edu

Media contact:  Bill Caldwell, Pace, 212-346-1597, wcaldwell@pace.edu

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