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Yahoo News featured Dyson Professor Dr. Darrin Porcher in "Former NYPD members share their 9/11 experiences"

09/14/2020

Yahoo News featured Dyson Professor Dr. Darrin Porcher in "Former NYPD members share their 9/11 experiences"

Former NYPD detectives Angel Maysonet and Dr. Oscar Odom, and Dr. Darrin Porcher, former NYPD lieutenant, join 'Fox & Friends First.'

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Yahoo News featured Dyson Professor Darrin Porcher in "Majority of Black Americans don't want less police, new poll says"

08/07/2020

Yahoo News featured Dyson Professor Darrin Porcher in "Majority of Black Americans don't want less police, new poll says"

The African-American community is under siege and want more police in their communities, Dr. Darrin Porcher says in response to a new Gallup Poll.

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Yahoo News featured Dyson's Professor Darrin Porcher in "Porcher: De Blasio putting New Yorkers at risk with police reforms"

06/26/2020

Yahoo News featured Dyson's Professor Darrin Porcher in "Porcher: De Blasio putting New Yorkers at risk with police reforms"

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is using the mindset of a protester to handle law enforcement in the city, former NYPD officer Dr. Darrin Porcher says.

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Yahoo News featured Researchers at Pace University in “Texting didn't kill romance. It just made better communication more necessary.”

02/14/2020

Yahoo News featured Researchers at Pace University in “Texting didn't kill romance. It just made better communication more necessary.”

Still, partners in a relationship can address potential challenges related to technology. Researchers at Pace University found that similarity in texting frequency and how often partners initiate texts were related to greater relationship satisfaction. And Aimee Miller-Ott, a researcher at Illinois State University, found that partners need to communicate with each other about how they perceive technology use. When partners are satisfied with the way they use technology for relational communication as a couple, they generally also experience greater overall relational satisfaction.

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Yahoo News featured law professor Ben Gershman in "Meet the lawyer at the center of the Trump universe"

12/10/2019

Yahoo News featured law professor Ben Gershman in "Meet the lawyer at the center of the Trump universe"

Yet Marc Mukasey’s involvement in the case of Gallagher, the Navy SEAL accused of war crimes, raised some eyebrows since Trump inserted himself in the case. Ben Gershman, a former prosecutor with the Manhattan district attorney’s office and law professor at Pace University who specializes in judicial and prosecutorial ethics, described the situation as “very complicated” and “unique.” 

He also said it could pose an unusual sort of conflict of interest — one that favors the defendant at the expense of the prosecution and could even “undermine the legitimacy” of the proceeding.

“It’s just something that seems unprecedented. ... It seems like it’s an unworkable, unmanageable conflict,” Gershman said, adding, “You’re in a position where [someone might ask], ‘Where is your allegiance?’”

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"Yahoo News" featured Pace University in "Schools That Accept the Most International Students"

11/19/2019

"Yahoo News" featured Pace University in "Schools That Accept the Most International Students"

Many schools admit most or nearly all international applicants.

It's easier for prospective international students to gain admission to some U.S. colleges than others. Among the 109 ranked National Universities that reported this data to U.S. News on at least 500 applicants, the average acceptance rate for international students was 44% for fall 2018. But at some institutions, the acceptance rate was significantly higher, approaching nearly 100%. For prospective international students interested in studying in the U.S. and curious about where they might have a good chance of getting in, here are the 10 ranked National Universities with the highest acceptance rates for international undergraduate applicants.

Pace University (NY)

Acceptance rate for international students for fall 2018: 79%

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