March: Fit to Print
Pace's faculty and staff have been busy making the news, discussing everything from Lindsay Lohan to tax reform.
Seidenberg Dean Amar Gupta, PhD, was quoted in an article about the first Westchester Smart Mobile App Development Bowl, hosted by Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems.
Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris was quoted in an Ecommerce Times article on the power of Twitter and promoted tweets.
Law Professor Leslie Garfield was quoted in a U.S. News article on the Lindsay and Dina Lohan/Fox News lawsuit.
Seidenberg’s Jonathan Hill, DPS, was featured in a NY1 video news segment on Pace University’s STEAM program and their workshop with students at MS 188, put on by a grant from the Time Warner Cable Community Investment Team.
Lubin Professor and Director of the Entrepreneurship Lab Bruce Bachenheimer was quoted in a Monster.com article on the importance of interviewing.
College of Health Professions Professor Travis Scherer PA-C, AAHIVS, was appointed to Governor Andrew Cuomo's Task Force to End AIDS.
College of Health Professions Clinical Professor Ellen Mandel DMH, PA-C, RDN, CDE, has been invited to join the editorial board of the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (JAAPA). She has also been named to the Research Council for the Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA).
College of Health Professions Professor Sharon Wexler, PhD, RN, has been elected as Director at Large of the National Gerontological Nursing Association.
“Obama's International Tax Reform Proposals Provide a Balanced Approach to the Lock-Out Problem,” written by Associate Professor of Taxation, Philip G. Cohen, was published in The Hill’s “Congress” blog.
Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, was quoted in a ComputerWorld article on the issue that DHS cybersecurity staff will not be paid during government shutdowns. He was also quoted in an article in Homeland Security Today. He also discussed SIM cards and spying in an article for Agence France-Presse.
Lubin Professor and Director of the Entrepreneurship Lab Bruce Bachenheimer was quoted in a Crains New York article on growing mergers and acquisition activity.
Professor of Law and Director of the Immigration Justice Clinic Vanessa Merton was quoted in InsideCounsel’s article on immigration lawsuits and immigration policy.
Leslie F. Seidman, executive director of the Center for Excellence in Financial Reporting at the Lubin School of Business, moderated The CPA Journal’s symposium on PCAOB’s current initiatives, recent PCAOB inspection and peer review findings, and developments in financial reporting and auditor communications.
Dyson Professor Alexandra Silber was nominated for a Grammy award and performed alongside Cheyenne Jackson at the Pre-Grammy ceremony.
Dyson Professor Steven Goldleaf, PhD, edited and wrote the introduction to The New York Stories, a collection of short stories by John O’Hara.
College of Health Professions Professor Andrea Sonenberg, PhD, WHNP, CNM-BC, has been elected to Distinguished Fellowship in the National Academies of Practice (NAP) and to the Nursing Academy as a Distinguished Public Policy Fellow.
Next month, Christina Maraia, a faculty member at the Lienhard School of Nursing, is going on a medical mission to Haiti to collaborate with local medical professionals in order to provide health care and education to the people of Haiti.
On Thursday, August 6, Pace University faculty and staff are invited to join a Community Conversation sponsored by the People of Color Collective at Pace. This is space for you to be seen, heard, or just to confirm you are not alone.
Community Conversation: August 6
The Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship invites Pace faculty members to apply to become a Wilson Center Fellow! Applications are due August 14.
Apply to Be a Wilson Center Fellow
Pace University has appointed Tresmaine R. Grimes, PhD, as dean of the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Education, effective August 3. We are excited to welcome Dean Grimes to the Pace Community.
Welcome, Dean Grimes