Fit to Print: April 2019
Pace Professors are weighing in about the Mueller report, appearing on podcasts, and much more in this month’s Fit to Print.
“Learning and living alongside people from around the globe helps all of our students learn to avoid stereotyping and form more informed opinions. It gives them a better understanding of international issues, foreign affairs, and immigration issues.”
—Pace President Marvin Krislov, who published an article titled “Why International Students Are Good for Colleges, Universities, and America” in Forbes. He was also featured in a WAMC Radio segment about the college admissions scandal.
“I’m not satisfied at all with Barr’s summary—it leaves too many unanswered questions.”
—Elisabeth Haub School of Law Criminal Justice Fellow Mimi Rocah, JD, quoted in a Politico Magazine article about the outcome of the Mueller Investigation. She was also featured in a FiOS News segment about the college admission scandal.
Clinical Professor of Management Executive Director, Entrepreneurship Lab Bruce Bachenheimer was recently featured on an episode of the Super Cities Podcast.
Outside the Beltway featured the research and work of Dyson Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, Adam Klein, PhD, in an article titled “Americans Want to Ban Hate Speech But Can’t Define It.”
“It really basically boils down to what the PCAOB is. It’s not a US agency. It’s a not-for-profit organization.”
—Lubin Clinical Assistant Professor Frank Colella, LLM, quoted in a Law360 article about a white collar criminal case.
Professor of Psychology Yvonne Rafferty, PhD, presented the findings of her research completed as a Fulbright Scholar in Southeast Asia at the United Nations (during the Commission on the Status of Women). Her presentation was entitled "The Identification, Recovery, and Reintegration of Victims of Child Trafficking Within ASEAN: The Impact of Vulnerabilities in Migration.”
Lubin Professor Philip Cohen, LLM, recently published “The Compulsory Tax Constraint for Foreign Tax Credits Post TCJA & Coca-Cola Co. v. Commissioner,” in the Winter 2019 issue of The Tax Lawyer. It’s published by the American Bar Association Section of Taxation in collaboration with the Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law.
Lubin Professor Eric Kessler, PhD, was a recipient of an EU Erasmus+ grant, and traveled to France where he focused on leadership instruction and development.
“Advertising in Spanish is still most efficiently done via Spanish language programming. [But] when the size of the audience matters, English language networks can be very advantageous.”
—Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris, PhD, quoted in a Variety article titled “Disney is open to running more Spanish-language ads on English TV.”
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Professor of Environmental Policy and Senior Fellow John Cronin was featured in a National Geographic about large fish appearing in the Hudson River.
“FIRST is an international, K-12 not-for-profit organization founded to inspire young people’s interest and participation in science and technology. Having a competition like FIRST here at Pace is in keeping with our mission to train the next generation of STEM, computer and technology experts.”
—Seidenberg Professor Rick Kline, PhD, quoted in the Rockland Star about the success of the FIRST Tech Challenge at Pace.
Dyson Professor Todd Yarbrough, PhD, was featured in a Greenwich Time article regarding how Americans use tax refunds for personal finances.
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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