Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
- @New York City
Anna Shostya received her PhD in Economics from New School University and her MA in Economics from the City University of New York. She has developed several innovative courses, including the Economics of Immigration and Discrimination and Economic Issues through a Photographer's Lens. Since 2006, she has also been a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology. She co-teaches a study abroad course to China, entitled “From Wall Street to the Great Wall.”She is a recipient of an Excellence in Teaching Award, as well as the Mentoring Award. She is a member of the Oxford Round Table for her research contributions to the area of higher education in the US. Dr. Shostya is also an avid photographer and has participated in several photo exhibitions.
Ambient Air Pollution in China: Predicting a Turning Point.
International Advances In Economic Research.
, pages 295-307.
Shostya, A. & Morreale, J. Fostering Undergraduate Research Through a Faculty-Led Study Abroad Experience. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.
collica-cox, k., Maxam, s., Shostya, A., Evans, B. & Demestihas, E. (2018, June 15). Retention Conference. The Pace Path to retentin Success: Student-Faculty Engagement Outside of the Classroom. Pace University, Pleasantville
Morreale, J. C. & Shostya, A. (2017, March). International Atlantic Economic Conference. Environmental awareness and education among college students in China. International Atlantic Economic Society, Berlin, Germany
Morreale, J. (2016, March). International Atlantic Economic COnference. The Role of Environmentalism and Public Policy in Reducing Air Pollution: A US-China Comparison. International Atlantic Economic SOciety, Lisbon, Portugal
Her major fields of study are transition economies, higher education, and China economic studies. She has published a variety of papers in her fields and has presented her work at national and international research conferences.
ARTISTIC AND PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCES AND EXHIBITS
From Wall Street to the Great Wall: Seeing China through Pace Faculty and Student Lenses
[Art - Exhibition, Group] Confucius Institute and Economics Department, Pace University