In The Media
Associate Professor of Psychology Anthony Mancini, PhD, was quoted in Knowable Magazine in an article discussing prolonged grief disorder (PGD). PGD, which leads to chronic mourning, has only recently been understood and recognized by psychologists.
Assistant Professor of Communication and Media Studies Aditi Paul, PhD, was quoted in a Buzzfeed article about curating an online dating profile. Paul, whose book The Current Collegiate Hookup Culture delves into how dating apps have affected hookup practices, mentions the importance of presenting authentically on a profile.
The three McCauley brothers, all Dyson alumni, share a connection to each other and to Pace through the History Summit, a decades-long tradition uniting Pace grads and honoring their favorite professors.
April is Earth Month and what better way to celebrate than spending time in nature! Dyson community members provide wellness tips, outdoor art project ideas, and invitations to Pace Earth Month events to honor our Earth this spring.
Economics department faculty, students, and alumni gathered to celebrate as the Federal Reserve Challenge Team was presented with proclamations from elected officials honoring their history-making national championship.
In her first year as chair of the Society of Fellows, Judi Pajo, PhD, shares her vision for the future of Dyson’s premier honors organization, while the five students selected to present at the 41st Annual Meeting give a glimpse into their research.
Oysters rely on the ebb and flow of the tide for flavor. Their survival is determined by their farmers, deeply rooted in their tradition and connection to the water. Join the PaceDocs crew on Tuesday, May 10, for a celebration and screening of their new documentary, Tide to Table.
What is the price of a dream? Dyson Professor Kiku Huckle explores complex questions about belonging, identity, and immigration in her new thought-provoking documentary.
Pace University professor Dr. Kimberly Collica-Cox runs the program. "As we know, family tends to be the No. 1 factor in helping to reduce recidivism to provide support when people are released. It also helps to reduce future intergenerational offending patterns for their children," she says.
Through Digital Trash, an augmented reality art exhibit, Professor Will Pappenheimer and his mobile media students are elucidating an often-unseen problem in a truly innovative way.