April 2017: Fit to Print
Pace faculty and staff are weighing in on the Trump administration, Apple and Google campuses, Snapchat, cyber security, and more in this month’s Fit to Print.
Financial Aid Director Mark Stephens was quoted in a New York Post article about how Pace tells students to understand their loans and manage spending.
Elisabeth Haub School of Law Visiting Scholar Judith Enck weighed in on how the EPA’s Waters of the United States Rule would provide protection for Long Island’s wetlands if implemented in a Newsday article. She was also quoted in an AM New York article about how the EPA cuts could impact New York City.
Lubin Professor and Chair of the Finance and Economics Department Aron Gottesman, PhD, was quoted in CFO Magazine about the expectations companies have for finance students entering the workforce.
Seidenberg Dean Jonathan Hill, DPS, was quoted in a New York Post article about Snap Inc.’s fantastic first day of trading. Hill was also quoted in a San Francisco Chronicle article about future Apple and Google campuses going for workplace glamour.
Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Bennett Gershman, JD, was quoted about the difficulty of proving perjury in a USA Today article titled, “Did Attorney General Jeff Sessions misspeak, lie, or commit perjury?” Bennett was also quoted in a Daily Beast article about FBI investigation.
Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris, PhD, weighed in on next moves for Uber’s CEO Travis Kalanick in an Agence France-Presse article.
Seidenberg Associate Dean and Professor James Gabberty, DPS, talked about the potential dangers and damage WikiLeaks has done to the US in Homeland Security Today. Gabberty was also quoted in an SC Media article about how the U.S. Office of the CISO should establish a framework that protests cyber assets belonging to the CIA and other spying agencies.
Dyson Professor David Caputo, PhD, appeared on LI News Radio 103.9 to discuss President Trump's travel ban. He was also quoted in a New York Daily News article about President Trump’s specifics and plans appearing disorganized.
School of Education Professor Leslie Soodak, PhD, was quoted in an Associated Press article on the potential elimination of a test designed to measure the reading and writing skills of people trying to become teachers, which has been criticized for weeding out minorities.
Dyson Professor Justin Woods, JD, was quoted in a Journal News article about micro-apartments offering big style in Yonkers.
Lubin Professor Andrew Coggins, PhD, was quoted in Voice of America about travel and tourism being a top economic driver for the US economy and how it supports jobs on the ground.
Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Randolph McLaughlin, JD, was quoted in a Law360 article about potential consequences of President Trump’s proposed U.S. Department of Justice’s budget cuts.
Elisabeth Haub School of Law Visiting Scholar Judith Enck weighed in on President Trump’s proposed cuts to research in The New York Times.
Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris, PhD, weighed in on Meetup leaping into the Trump resistance in an Associated Press article.
Executive Director of the Energy and Climate Center at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law Karl Rábago, JD, was quoted in a North County Public Radio article about wind farms and solar farms under the new energy law.
Science360 News wrote an article about School of Education Professor Lauren Birney, EdD, getting middle school students hands-on experience in restoring oyster habitats in the New York Harbor as part of the Billion Oyster Project.
Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Jill Gross, JD, was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article about how she is shocked that BrokerCheck treats corporate and individual broker settlements differently.
Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Bennett Gershman, JD, was quoted in a New York Times article concerning whether prosecutors should chastise those they don’t charge.
Dyson Professor Jason Whitesel, PhD, recently published "Intersection of Multiple Oppressions: Racism, Sizeism, Ableism, and the 'Illimitable Etceteras' in Encounters with Law Enforcement" in the publication Sociological Forum.
Dyson Professor Adam Klein, PhD, discussed how online hate infiltrates social media and politics in his article on The Conversation. He also recently published a book, Fanaticism, Racism, and Rage online.
Seidenberg Professor James Lawler, DPS, and Pace's work with the AHRC were featured in an article on facilitating self-advocacy for adolescent students with autism spectrum disorder through person-center internet sites for Autism Spectrum News.
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Seidenberg Professor Zhan Zhang, PhD, was recently awarded a $175,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to continue research pertaining to wearable technologies for health care workers. Zhang discusses the intersection between health and technology, upgrading health care to the "smartphone stage," and much more.
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