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WNBC-NY featured Pace University's Black Student Union in "Social Justice Rally Honoring DJ Henry"

10/30/2020

WNBC-NY featured Pace University's Black Student Union in "Social Justice Rally Honoring DJ Henry"

Pace University Black Student Union is expected to host a social justice rally on campus. In honor of a former student that was shot and killed by police. Danroy DJ Henry was 20 years old when he was killed in Pleasantville, New York, in 2010. His family received a settlement. The former officer who shot Henry was never criminally charged. Today's rally comes on what would have been his 31st birthday.

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NBC 4 featured Pace University’s Social Justice Week in "Pace University Hosts Social Justice Week"

10/26/2020

NBC 4 featured Pace University’s Social Justice Week in "Pace University Hosts Social Justice Week"

Events are planned on all Pace University campuses to mark the start of the school's first social justice week and to remember a student killed by police ten years ago. Danroy Henry was 20 years old when he was shot and killed by a police officer in 2010. As part of social justice week, a campus rally will be held in his honor on Thursday, on what be his 31st birthday. Pace will retire his football jersey.

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NBC featured Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Kimberly Collica-Cox in "Prison Dog Training Programs Rehabilitate Canines and Cons"

06/18/2020

NBC featured Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Kimberly Collica-Cox in "Prison Dog Training Programs Rehabilitate Canines and Cons"

Kimberly Collica-Cox, associate professor of criminal justice at Pace University in New York, has studied how the symbiotic relationship between humans and dogs can be useful in prisons. Collica-Cox helped develop a program through Pace that uses animal assisted therapy to teach incarcerated mothers better parenting skills.

“What we find is that dogs can trigger feelings of safety in humans, which will allow them to sort of open up and communicate more, which can be very helpful in a correctional setting,” she said, adding that there’s a great deal of research to support these findings.

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NBC featured Dyson Professor Kelley Kreitz in "Today in New York"

03/12/2020

NBC featured Dyson Professor Kelley Kreitz in "Today in New York"

Cutting the classroom experience. How are students and teachers reacting to remote learning? We drop in on a class at Pace University.

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"NBC" featured Dyson assistant professor of communication studies Aditi Paul in "Los Angeles Ranks Top 10 in List of "Best Cities for Singles""

11/25/2019

"NBC" featured Dyson assistant professor of communication studies Aditi Paul in "Los Angeles Ranks Top 10 in List of "Best Cities for Singles""

"First, when two strangers who have met on an app are trying to get to know one another, just having a conversation can put a lot of stress on the acquaintanceship process. Therefore, centering the date around a social activity can act as a buffer and alleviates the stress on both parties," said Aditi Paul, assistant professor of communication studies at Pace University in the study. "Second, if you are choosing a city that has a handful of bars and you frequent the same bars with different dates, things might get a little awkward."

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