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Rob Sands Named Chair of Pace University’s Board of Trustees

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Alumni

When Mariah Kitner ’15 arrived at Pace, she didn’t know what major she would ultimately choose. What she did know was that she wanted to be in New York at a liberal arts institution where she could explore lots of interests. She discovered her calling freshman year during a course with Art Department Chair, Linda Herrick.

June 11, 2021
In the Media

Paul Kurnit, Pace University, Lubin School of Business - Why do you think credit card companies offer sign-up bonuses to new customers? This is not a new strategy. Credit card companies want to build their user base. Very often the first credit cards consumers sign up for are cards they will keep for a long time, maybe even for life. So, hooking new members is key. And giveaways are classic ploys to get new members. It used to be T-shirts on college campuses. Now, the giveaway strategies are more sophisticated. But the goals are the same.

June 10, 2021
WalletHub
In the Media

"The record is pretty clear that the office has been pretty aggressive in fighting white collar crime," said Bennett L. Gershman, a professor at Pace University's Elisabeth Haub School of Law and a former prosecutor with the Manhattan DA's office. "The office has been out front, more so than any DA in the country by far." Gershman noted that any new district attorney will benefit from having ample resources to address corruption and Wall Street misdeeds, as well as the support of high-caliber prosecutors who are attracted to the job because of the office's reputation.

June 10, 2021
Law 360
In the Media

Billion Oyster Project (BOP) and Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) today announced BOP’s data collection efforts will now be powered by a brand new digital, cloud-based platform that will allow them to accelerate data collection and more effectively manage its efforts to restore and grow oyster beds in and around the New York Harbor area. The project’s goal is to scale to one billion oysters by 2035, which will help clarify the water, remove pollutants and restore marine habitats. Principal Investigator Dr. Lauren Birney, Professor Pace University.

June 10, 2021
Businesswire
In the Media

Pace University graduation. Bridgette Burton wore Kate Bush-shaped earrings that she made herself. “I figured Kate Bush would be a great person to accompany me to graduation,” she said, “as we weren’t allowed to have anyone.”

June 10, 2021
The New York Times
In the Media

“Calcium from these foods is readily absorbed by the body,” says Dr. Christen Cupples Cooper, chair of the Coordinated Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics at Pace University in Pleasantville, New York. She explains that for those who prefer non-dairy milks, calcium-fortified types are available.

June 10, 2021
Parade
In the Media

What should cardholders look for in cash back credit cards?
Answer by: Paul Kurnit, Clinical Professor of Marketing, Pace University, Lubin School of Business

 

June 9, 2021
Credit Card Insider
In the Media

“I don’t know of another case in which a special prosecutor who was assigned to prosecute a case, investigated the case and obtained an indictment against the defendant, and then asked to withdraw from the prosecution of that case,” Pace University Professor Bennett Gershman, a leading national expert on prosecutorial ethics issues, told me.

June 9, 2021
Riverfront Times
In the Media

As predicted by Nicholas A Robinson of Pace University, New York; “More than just air pollution and the loss of natural resources, future policies must cope with threats from cyber wars, nuclear war, genetic mutations, and artificial intelligence.” Therefore, international governance is proposed to deal with the practical challenges of repairing environmental conflict.

June 9, 2021
The Tribune
In the Media

Leora Trub, a psychologist at Pace University, says that if her clients have issues with texting, she asks them to be mindful of their needs and the needs of the person with whom they’re texting. She doesn’t prescribe texting rules, so spend less time worrying if what you’re doing is “right” or “wrong” and more time having fun communicating. That’s your first step. 

June 9, 2021
Wired