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The Wall Street Journal featured Lubin's professor of management Andrew Coggins in “Coronavirus Cruise Ship to Set Sail Again in April, After Thorough Cleaning”

02/20/2020

The Wall Street Journal featured Lubin's professor of management Andrew Coggins in “Coronavirus Cruise Ship to Set Sail Again in April, After Thorough Cleaning”

“Normal practice in the case of norovirus or Legionnaires’ disease is to pinpoint and isolate the source of the illness, then cancel or postpone the next cruise and thoroughly disinfect the ship from top to bottom once all the passengers are off,” said Andrew Coggins, a cruise expert and professor of management at Pace University in New York.

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The Wall Street Journal featured Dyson’s Sarah Blackwood in "God Goes Missing in ‘Little Women’"

02/07/2020

The Wall Street Journal featured Dyson’s Sarah Blackwood in "God Goes Missing in ‘Little Women’"

As Pace University professor Sarah Blackwood writes in the New Yorker, Ms. Gerwig seems to be arguing that “marriage is some kind of death.”

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"The Wall Street Journal" featured Lubin School of Business professor Bruce Bachenheimer in "Cash-strapped small businesses turn to go fund me"

11/12/2019

"The Wall Street Journal" featured Lubin School of Business professor Bruce Bachenheimer in "Cash-strapped small businesses turn to go fund me"

Bruce Bachenheimer, a professor at the Lubin School of Business at Pace University, said even more important than cash is the validation business owners receive from GoFundMe campaigns. Two-thousand customers contributing $20 or $40 each might not be enough to keep a business open, but it can give owners reassurance.

After a successful GoFundMe campaign, owners might say to themselves, “‘I should hang on, I should keep going,’” Mr. Bachenheimer said.

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"The Wall Street Journal" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law professor James Fishman in "Celebrity Board Members Engaged in Big-Ticket Transactions With NRA"

11/12/2019

"The Wall Street Journal" featured Elisabeth Haub School of Law professor James Fishman in "Celebrity Board Members Engaged in Big-Ticket Transactions With NRA"

“If you have directors who are involved in self dealing they can’t be impartial,” said James Fishman, a Pace University law professor and co-author of a textbook on nonprofit law. Having nonprofit board members receive money from the organization instead of donating to it, he said, “is the opposite of the way good governance should work.”

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"Wall Street Journal" featured President Marvin Krislov's commentary in "College Programs Pay Off Handsomely"

08/18/2019

"Wall Street Journal" featured President Marvin Krislov's commentary in "College Programs Pay Off Handsomely"

Your front-page article (“College Pays Off, But Not for All,” Page One, Aug. 10) cites several important reasons some students are no longer seeing college as a worthwhile investment. But it also notes a fundamental truth: Americans with a college degree earn far more than those with only a high-school diploma. Students looking for the best return on their college education should focus on the results an institution delivers. At Pace University, we focus on a strong practical education grounded in the liberal arts. Our students have real-world opportunities to practice the things they’re learning about in classrooms, and our robust career services office ensures they find great first jobs that start them on great careers. We’re proof that the right college does pay off.

Marvin Krislov
President, Pace University

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