Fit to Print: November 2018
Pace professors are commenting on the news of the day, publishing books, and earning local and national recognition in this edition of Fit to Print.
Lubin Professor Eddie Mantell, PhD, was featured in a WalletHub’s “Ask the Expert” column, which focused on students and credit card practices.
PPA Professor Lee Evans, EdD, recently published Jazz Piano Scales and Exercises: An Engaging Way to Practice Scales and Etudes While Learning Jazz. The book is available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Sheet Music Plus, and at your local music dealer.
Lubin Professor Randi Priluck, PhD, was recently interviewed by AdAge India and shared her thoughts on global and mobile trends, and predictions for future technologies.
Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Bennett L. Gershman, JD, was featured in a Crime Report article titled “Should Parole Hearings Be Off-Limits to Prosecutors?”
Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Karl S. Coplan, JD, published an article on The Hill titled “How You Can Fight Climate Change When the Government Won’t.”
Pace University President Marvin Krislov, JD, was named to the Business Council of Westchester's City and State list of the Power 50, the list of the most powerful people in Westchester. He was also featured in a Westchester Rising article about Cafeteria Karaoke (PDF), held on the Pleasantville Campus in October.
Dyson Associate Professor Kim Collica-Cox, PhD, was featured in a WCBS 880 story titled “Stories from Main Street: Using Dogs to Help with Incarcerated Mother’s Parenting Skills.”
Nutrition and Dietetics Clinical Coordinator Jessica Tosto was featured in a Shape article titled “Protein Spreads are the Latest Healthy Eating Food Trend.”
Dyson Professor Joseph Morreale, PhD, was recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Professional in the field of Education at Pace University. The accomplishment was featured on Business Insider.
Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris, PhD, was featured in an NBC News article titled “No, It’s Not Too Early to Ask Yourself, ‘Should I Buy Now or Wait Until Black Friday?’” He was also featured in a Variety article titled “Trump Era Puts New Spotlight on Cable News Daytime Roster.”
Counseling Center Director Richard Shadick, PhD, was featured in a Guam Daily Post article titled “Think About the Best Treatment for Depression.”
College of Health Professions Professor Joanne Singleton, PhD, was featured in a Bustle article titled “How to Deal with Anxiety About Getting the Flu.”
Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Bridget Crawford, PhD, was featured in a Vice article titled “Trump’s America is a Great Place to Cheat on Taxes.” She was also featured in a Washington Post article about big real estate development and tax breaks.
Dyson Associate Professor Matthew Bolton, PhD, was featured on Radio New Zealand regarding the effects of nuclear testing in the Pacific, and the potential neglect of victims of nuclear testing.
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