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Professor Melvin Williams discusses the internet's latest crush, Grant Magdanz.

June 14, 2024
USA TODAY
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Professor Kerriann Stout speaks with CNN Politics how political culture has evolved since the era of Former President Jimmy Carter and why these changes may not impact today's voters.

June 14, 2024
CNN
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BBC writes a story about several former animal-industry workers who have founded start-ups focusing on plant-based foods— they reference Dyson Professor Anne Toomey’s scholarly work, ‘Why facts don't change minds: Insights from cognitive science for the improved communication of conservation research’.

June 14, 2024
BBC
In the Media

Professor Seong Jae Min pens an op-ed in The Korea Times discussing Korea's need to catch up on LGBTQ rights and issues.

June 6, 2024
The Korea Times
In the Media

Dyson Professor Ric Kolenda speaks with New12 about Gov. Kathy Hochul’s recent announcement on indefinitely delaying the implementation of congestion pricing in New York City’s borough of Manhattan just weeks before the plan was set to take effect.

June 6, 2024
News12
Press Release

Pace University Art Gallery is pleased to present We’re Home, an exhibition which explores relationships within the domestic sphere featuring artists Destiny Belgrave, Katherine Hubbard, Steven Anthony Johnson II, Yung Oh Le Page, Pixy Liao and Margaret Zox Brown. The exhibit opens with a reception on Friday, June 7, 5:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m.

June 3, 2024
Press Release
Students

Three Pace University students earned awards for their work at the 17th Annual William Paterson University Undergraduate Research Symposium.

June 3, 2024
In the Media

Milk was once seen as so integral to health that Americans viewed it as “almost sacred,” but much of that mythos is gone, Melanie Dupuis, an environmental-studies professor at Pace University and the author of Nature’s Perfect Food, a history of milk, told me. In 2022, the previous time the Department of Agriculture measured average milk consumption, it had reached an all-time low of 15 gallons a person.

May 31, 2024
Inside Express
In the Media

Dyson College of Arts and Sciences ‘Puppies on the Block’ program, a partnership with Paws Crossed Animal Rescue and the Westchester County Department of Correction serves as a puppy fostering and canine training program with incarcerated women and men.

May 31, 2024
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Students

Five Economics Department faculty and 10 undergraduate and graduate students, all Dyson economics and business economics majors, presented their research papers at the annual Eastern Economic Association (EEA) conference in Boston, one of the major conferences for professional economists on the East Coast of the United States.

May 28, 2024