In The Media
Brenna Hassinger-Das co-authored an article with tips about picking out a baby toy.
Dyson Professor Joseph Tse-hei Lee pens an op-ed in Taipei Times about the U.S. expanding its bilateral alliances.
Maria T. Iacullo-Bird, Ph.D., assistant provost for research and clinical associate professor of history, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences at Pace University, has been elected 2024–2025 president of the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR).
Communication and Media Studies student Michael Huertas of the class of 2023 discusses his research and experiences at Pace while reminding other students to "eat your rice."
A number of Dyson students in the STEM disciplines earned accolades at research conferences this spring, highlighting their impressive faculty-sponsored work.
Pace University political scientist George Picoulas said the border issue has emerged as a wedge issue that the Democrats need to address. “People’s minds and impressions take time to change,” he said. “Biden and the Democrats must confront the immigration issue, especially when cities are seeing a huge wave coming. It’s spreading to the suburbs, where the Democrats must do well if they have a chance at getting the House back.”
“This is the mantra of conservatives who want to delegitimize any institution like the press that provides checks and balances,” said Pace professor Picoulas. "Rhetoric matters."
Pace University’s documentary film team, PaceDocs, last night premiered its latest film, "For the Love of Food: Pour l’amour de la Cuisine" to a full theater at Jacob Burns Film Center. It was followed by and question-and-answer session with the audience and filmmakers.
As the Class of 2023 prepares to cross the stage on May 15 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, graduating students in the natural sciences shared their plans for the future and reflected on their most memorable moments from their time at Pace.
As the Class of 2023 prepares to cross the stage on May 15 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, graduating students in the social sciences shared their plans for the future and reflected on their most memorable moments from their time at Pace.