Fit to Print: March 2020
Pace professors are making headlines in everything ranging from the Coronavirus outbreak, to immigration law, to big tech, and much more in this month's Fit to Print.
“Nurses, on the other hand, are expected to make people as comfortable as possible, to be there when needed, and to get the job done. The structure of a hospital is set up to help nurses succeed at those responsibilities, and so they are able to be reliable and trustworthy.”
—Pace President Marvin Krislov, in his Forbes column titled “What We Can All Learn from Nurses.” He was also featured in a 914INC article titled “Westchester Campuses Adapt to a New Landscape (PDF).”
“Normal practice in the case of norovirus or Legionnaires’ disease is to pinpoint and isolate the source of the illness, then cancel or postpone the next cruise and thoroughly disinfect the ship from top to bottom once all the passengers are off.”
—Lubin Clinical Professor Andrew Coggins, PhD, quoted in a Wall Street Journal article about cruise ships and coronavirus.
“What’s missing is what the novel takes pains to reveal: a subtle account of the damages that Marmee has accrued across a lifetime of becoming and being a Marmee.”
—Dyson Associate Professor Sarah Blackwood, PhD, published in The New Yorker in an article titled “’Little Women’ and the Marmee Problem.”
Dyson associate professors Leora Trub, PhD, and Lisa Rosenthal, PhD, had their research mentioned in a Yahoo! News article titled “Texting didn't kill romance. It just made better communication more necessary.”
The Hunter College of New York City Food Policy Center profiled Pace’s Food and Law Beverage Clinic as part of their monthly spotlight series, highlighting the Center’s Pro Bono Legal Services for Farmers and Food Business.
"My guess is they're going to argue the judge went too far, allowed too many of these witnesses to testify."
Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Bennett Gershman, JD, quoted in a New York Times article regarding the Harvey Weinstein trial. He was also quoted in a USA Today article focusing on President Trump and the Roger Stone case.
“The same FINRA sanction hangs in the background for employment arbitration agreements.”
—Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Jill Gross, JD, quoted in a Financial Advisor IQ article titled “Ex-Credit Suisse FA’s Deferred Comp Suit Could Land with Supreme Court.”
Dyson Associate Professor Kimberly Collica-Cox, PhD, and her innovative Parenting, Prison, and Pups program was featured in a CBS Chicago news story.
Chief Marketing Officer and Vice President for University Relations Mary Baglivo was featured in the Westchester County Business Journal (PDF).
“We broke the back of the Klan.”
—Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor, Randolph McLaughlin, JD, featured in a Chattanoogan article titled “1980 Shooting of Black Women Is Focus of Feb. 20 Event.”
PPA Professor Lee Evans, EdD, published his latest intermediate level piano solo book, Essential Folk Songs, Spirituals and Blues—With A Touch of Jazz, available in interactive digital format in SuperScore Music on the iPad. His latest intermediate/upper-intermediate level book, Jazz Baroque:Vivaldi/Bach, is approaching publication in print, and is available for pre-order on Amazon.
“It’s a totally made up, specious designed to frighten American citizens into compliance for all these overwhelming, overreaching demands for information.”
—Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Vanessa Merton, JD, quoted in a News12 feature titled “DHS cuts New Yorkers off from 'Trusted Traveler' Programs.”
“The companies respond this way [to subpoenas] because they fear being sued, they market themselves to customers as guaranteeing some level of privacy.”
—Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor David Dorfman, JD, quoted in a Gizmodo article titled "Would Facebook Save Your Life If It Could?"
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