2009-2010 News

Remixed Media   Roger Sayre’s work is included in the exhibit, “Hair Tactics” at Jersey City Museum through August 22, 2010 and another project was recently reviewed in Sculpture Magazine.
Terrorism   Read about Dyson’s newest masters program in the Crain’s article, “Master’s degree tackles terrorism.”
The Actors Studio   The Actors Studio Drama School Repertory Season is already getting a lot of media attention! Read about this year’s Rep Season on Broadwayworld.com, TheaterMania, and Back Stage Blog Stage.
Farrokh Hormozi   Farrokh Hormozi was recently interviewed about “Why Hourly Wage Earners Are Happier Than Salaried Workers.”
CarlFudge_Vortex   Dazzle” by Fine Arts adjunct professor Carl Fudge is on display at the Ronald Feldman Fine Arts gallery through April 3.
whats_your_point   During the last Presidential election Meghana Nayak and Sid Ray were invited to write the study guide to accompany the film, What’s Your Point, Honey?, which is now being televised for Women’s History Month.
Mark Hussey   Professor Mark Hussey spoke about the role of Second Wave feminism in Virginia Woolf studies at Smith College in February.
sfs_theater_company   Performing Arts Professor Edward Allan Baker’s sibling plays DOLORES/NORTH OF PROVIDENCE are being performed at SFS Theatre Company in Los Angeles through March 27.
Susan_Herman   Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Susan Herman, JD, offers a new approach to helping victims rebuild their lives in her new book Parallel Justice for Victims of Crime.
Emilie Zaslow   Emilie Zaslow, PhD, Assistant Professor of Communications Studies will talk about the perception of beauty at a National Eating Disorders Awareness Week event on the NYC campus Feb. 23.
Farrokh Hormozi   Farrokh Hormozi, PhD, Director of the Public Administration Department, weighs in on how jobs will be built in the articles “In State of the Union Obama focuses on creating jobs through building infrastructure” and “People@work: Obama has plenty of work to do.”
Chris Malone   Associate Professor of Political Science Christopher Malone, PhD, was interviewed by La Opinion regarding Obama’s State of the Union address for an article which appeared on Jan. 27, 2010.
Lee Evans   Music Professor Lee Evans, EdD, has just had his 95th book published. The book of original compositions for piano is entitled Ole! Original Latin American Dance Music.
Michele Borth   Dyson alumna Michele Borth ’01, BFA acting and theater history, is currently co-starring with Christian Slater in ABC’s new show, “The Forgotten.
Brooklyn Bridge  

Students in Prof. Michael Levine’s Urban Planning Class have been helping small business owners recoup their losses due to WTC construction.

Chris Presley   Chris Presley, Director of Professional Development at The Actors Studio Drama School, was interviewed by BoxOffice.com for the article, “Beyond Carrie Bradshaw.”
William Pappenheimer   Fine Arts Assistant Professor Will Pappenheimer was interviewed by the Chattanooga Parent Magazine about “participatory art.”
Catherine Zimmer   In the article, “A New ‘Kind’ of Terror,” Film and Screen Studies Assistant Professor Catherine Zimmer discusses the blur between fiction and reality.

Be Prepared for Flu Season: H1N1 Prevention Tips and Pace Pandemic Plans on Website.

Students painting building   Project Pericles Faculty-Student Research Grant Winners: Chris Malone and students Stephanie Robayo and Jaclyn Kopel.
Model United Nations Award Winners   Model United Nations teams bring home awards from the Southern Regional Model United Nations (SRMUN) held in Atlanta in November 2009.
Medal   Pace University’s College Federal Reserve Challenge Team Wins Second Place and Llyod Bromberg Award for Excellence.
Four Twenties   Students display artistic interpretations of “staying up with ‘Insomnia’ at Pace University”.
Chris Malone   Christopher Malone, Political Science Professor comments on the film’s focus on the kidness of strangers in the “The Blind Side”.
Musical Theater  

Pace New Musicals will present world premiere reading of Larry Gatlin’s QUANAH.

Love At The Edge  

Q&A with Professor Joan Katen of Pace University, author of “Love at the Edge”.

Sherman Raskin   Publishing Program Turns 25: Professor Sherman Raskin reveals that 98% of recent graduates are working in publishing or related fields.
Richard Shadick  

In “Trouble in Mind,” Richard Shadick, PhD, Director of the Counseling Center addresses the mental health needs and differences among the different races.

Catherine Zimmer  

Catherine Zimmer, Assistant Professor of the Film and Screen Studies Program explains how horror movies can trick audiences by using “A New ‘Kind’ of Terror” to scare them.

Grant Kretchik  

Professor Grant Kretchik and several Pace students star in “When Harry Tries to Marry”.

Media and Communication Arts  

Pace Offers New Communications Master’s to Meet Growing Demand

MS in Publishing  

The Masters in Publishing Program will celebrate its 25th Anniversary this Friday. Read about the program in Publishers Weekly.

Richard Shadick  

Richard Shadick, PhD, Director of the Counseling Center offers strategies on how to cope with holiday depression.

Musical Theater  

Pace New Musicals Announces Selection of 2010 World Premiere Reading: Quanah

Chris Malone  

Christopher Malone, Political Science Professor provides insight in the trend of Democrat voters outnumbering Republicans in “GOP Battles the Blues in Westchester”.

Dyson Hall Rendering  

Dyson Hall Renovation Project Underway

Oprah Magazine  

Shelter Nominated by Isabell McHugh Receives Face-lift With Help from O, The Oprah Magazine

Richard Shadick   Richard Shadick, PhD, Director of the Counseling Center comments on the stigma of bankruptcy and how widespread it has be come in “10 Things Bankruptcy Court Won’t Tell You”.
Catherine Zimmer  

Catherine Zimmer, Assistant Professor of the Film and Screen Studies Program weighs in on “The Overrated Horror Movie Checklist”.

James Eyring with HoneyBees   James Eyring, Assistant Director, Environmental Center, shows how “Honeybees make sweet work at Pace.”
Richard Shadick   Richard Shadick, PhD, Director of the Counseling Center speaks about “Life-saving Outreach” in the form of creative campaigns for students of multicultural backgrounds.
Sherman Raskin   Sherman Raskin, Director, Publishing Program, to Address “Chinese Publishing in the USA” at Frankfurt Book Fair on October 15.
Chris Malone   Assoc. Professor Chris Malone talks about preparing students for college in “Laying the groundwork for high school students."
Elizabeth Funk   Dyson English student and author of “Supergirls Speak Out,” Elizabeth Funk comments on Teens "co-viewing" TV shows with their parents.
Students painting building   Renaming the Center for Community Outreach