Pace University Experts Database
The Office of Media Relations has launched the Experts Database—bridging the gap between faculty expert knowledge and relevant commentary and analysis.
Scholars are, if nothing, a collection of experts on distinct yet important topics. We rely on our talented and knowledgeable faculty and staff to not just prepare our students for productive careers in a wide variety of fields; but also to contribute to meaningful and impactful discourse that affects our world on the local, national, and international levels.
With that in mind, the Office of Media Relations is proud to announce the new Pace University Experts Database—an initiative intended to showcase Pace professors and areas that they can speak to for whenever a news story or issue may strike. From cybersecurity concerns to trending Justice Department issues, users can sort the database by trending topic, school, field, and much more, and find someone to provide expert commentary and analysis with the click of a button.
If you need immediate assistance in finding an expert or would like to update your information, please contact Executive Director, Media Relations Marie Boster at (212) 346-1152 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Office of Media Relations at email@example.com.
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