main navigation
my pace

News & Events

Sort/Filter

Filter Newsfeed

News Item

11/05/2013 News Release Image

Newly Renovated Clinical Education Labs and Simulation Experiences Give Future Nurses and Edge

 

PLEASANTVILLE, NY – Every  day nurses make countless decisions that impact patient care and ultimately save lives. How do they know they are making the right decision?  They have been taught by experts in the field and have developed crucial skills such as clinical reasoning and critical thinking, and they’ve had hands-on experience.

One way they get that experience is through simulation.

New labs in the College of Health Professions at Pace University allow students to take part in simulations that expose them to a range of scenarios so they know exactly what to do when faced with these situations in real life.  The labs also enable students to practice skills, familiarize themselves with electronic medical records, and prepare medications using computerized systems to reduce the chance of error.

The new Clinical Education Labs are set to be formally unveiled at a grand opening reception scheduled for Friday, November 8.

The labs have the latest generation of human patient simulators (HPS), along with a video capture and playback system that includes camera feeds from the simulation rooms.  Videos are stored and viewed on computers, allowing faculty members to evaluate and debrief students on performance. Students may also review their own performance in scenarios, as self-reflection is a vital component to learning in the simulation environment.  Several of Pace’s clinical partners throughout the region will also use the space to develop and reinforce critical clinical skills required of health care workers.

The new labs include a “control room” so students will be immersed in simulations without faculty members having to be in the same room. This helps students suspend their disbelief and helps them to be fully present in the simulation experience.

“Students are on their own. Without interference of faculty members, the situation becomes more real,” says Professor Elizabeth Berro, RN. She notes that faculty members are still able to cue students with phone calls, patient behaviors (controlled through computerized mannequins), and “standardized patients” (actors playing the role of patients) to meet the overall objectives of the scenario.

The renovations enable multiple acute scenarios to take place simultaneously, so students are exposed to situations where patients need a specific course of action to be taken; these situations may not occur in a hospital every day, but students need to learn about them so they know exactly what to do when they occur.

The improvements allow for an area designated for standardized patients (actors) to get ready for their scenarios.  Keeping them separated from students increases the authenticity of the scenario, aiding in the learning experience.  The actors will be able to watch scenarios unfold on monitors so they know when to join the scene.

The renovations also mean there is ample space for students from all programs to learn and practice basic skills.  There are skills rooms for family nurse practitioner (FNP) students and physician assistant (PA) students to provide physical exams and to be evaluated by their professors.  The labs will be heavily used in the upcoming semester; in fact, according to Marybeth Carpiniello, MPA, RN, Clinical Education Labs manager, there will be more than 500 “events” in the lab this semester, from simulations to skills learning, to tutoring.

Feedback from students has been extremely positive so far. “They look forward to practicing in the labs; they are so excited, and they benefit from the safe environment we create.  A mistake made and learned from in the lab today under the watchful guidance of a faculty member could help save a life tomorrow in a real clinical setting,” says Clinical Instructor Joanne Knoesel, RN.

According to Dean and Professor Harriet R. Feldman, PhD, RN, FAAN, “Our students get evidence-based learning experiences that are deeply meaningful while at the same time realistic and safe. They develop confidence in their skill set before moving on to the clinical setting.”

Hospitals and other health care organizations seek out students with simulation on their resumes, according to Associate Dean Gerrie Colombraro, PhD, RN, “Our students have a competitive advantage when they graduate because they’ve done simulation. It shows potential employers that they’ve worked in teams to solve problems and that they’ve been exposed to complicated or high risk scenarios.”

About the College of Health Professions: Pace’s College of Health Professions is made up of the Lienhard School of Nursing and the Pace University-Lenox Hill Hospital Physician Assistant Studies program. Students at the College learn evidence-based care, cultural competence and primary health care in an interprofessional setting in programs preparing them to be family nurse practitioners, advanced practice nurses, physician assistants, registered nurses and clinical leaders.

About the CEL: The Clinical Education Labs at Pace’s College of Health Professions create an active interprofessional learning environment which promotes intellectual curiosity and integration of clinical and didactic health care knowledge utilizing current effective technology in full collaboration with Pace University, the College of Health Professions, students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community partners.

About Pace University: Since 1906, Pace University has educated thinking professionals by providing high-quality education for the professions on a firm base of liberal learning amid the advantages of the New York metropolitan area. A private university, Pace has campuses in New York City and Westchester County, New York, enrolling nearly 13,000 students in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs in its Lubin School of Business, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, College of Health Professions, School of Education, School of Law, and Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems. www.pace.edu

Contact: Cara Cea, ccea@pace.edu, 914-906-9680.

News Item

Journal News: "Pearl Harbor lessons for the Twitter generation"

12/07/16

News Item

Journal News: "Pace: Coast Guard didn't follow procedures on anchorages"

12/06/16

News Item

PACE ENVIRONMENTAL CLINIC STUDY: COAST GUARD BLOCKED PUBLIC ACCESS TO INFORMATION IN HUDSON ANCHORAGE CONTROVERSY

12/05/16

News Item

Journal News: "Heroin, opioid epidemic draws U.S. Attorney Bharara to Pace Law forum"

12/05/16

News Item

Daily Caller News Foundation: "Hackers Are Gunning For Your Personal Data By Tricking You"

12/05/16

News Item

Network World: "A year after terrorist attacks, phone privacy laws unchanged – but watch out for Trump"

12/01/16

News Item

Washington Times: "Battle stations: Democrats say they’re ready for ‘one hell of a fight’ with Trump"

12/01/16

News Item

Huffington Post: "A Post-Election Prescription: Environmentalism Without Borders"

12/01/16

News Item

The Hill's Pundits Blog: "Trump's best option for North American trade"

12/01/16

News Item

Journal News: "Giving Tuesday a big boost for nonprofits"

11/30/16

News Item

SC Magazine (Video): Dr. Darren Hayes, Pace University

11/30/16

News Item

Marketplace: "Do Democrats need to rebrand?"

11/30/16

News Item

Wall Street Journal: "Defense in Patz Case Puts Transcript in Play"

11/29/16

News Item

Fox 5 News: "Synthetic drug from China flooding into USA"

11/29/16

News Item

USA Today: "Trump is keeping too much of Obamacare"

11/29/16

News Item

Associated Press: "NY’s Cuomo finds common ground with Trump on infrastructure"

11/28/16

News Item

MarketWatch: "6 things not to buy at an outlet store"

11/28/16

News Item

Indian Express: "26/11 stories of strength: When a professor played translator for a terrorist"

11/28/16

News Item

Screening of the documentary ‘GENERATION STARTUP’ and a live panel discussion at Pace University on Thursday evening, December 1st

11/28/16

News Item

Center for Public Integrity: "With Trump's election, critical climate efforts likely fall to the states"

11/21/16

News Item

National Institute of Social Sciences awards Richard L. Ottinger, retired U.S. Representative and Dean Emeritus at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, with the Institute's Gold Honor Medal for 2016

11/21/16

News Item

E-Commerce Times: "Apple Celebrates Itself in $300 Coffee Table Tome"

11/18/16

News Item

Legaltech News: "Privacy, Cybersecurity Steady Spots in Trump Policy Uncertainty"

11/18/16

News Item

Journal News: "Mobile app contest open to students"

11/17/16

News Item

Westchester County Business Journal: "Business leaders try to gauge what Trump presidency means for Westchester economy"

11/17/16

News Item

Law360: "$683M Pipeline KO'd With 'Rope-A-Dope' Move, 2nd Circ. Told"

11/17/16

News Item

Westchester County Business Journal: "Pace Law launches clinic to help food and beverage entrepreneurs past legal hurdles"

11/17/16

News Item

CFO: "The Deficit Matters, but Don’t Lose Sight of Other Priorities"

11/15/16

News Item

Wall Street Journal: "Shared Shop Makes for Crazy Roomies"

11/15/16

News Item

Associated Press: "After Election Rupture, CEOs Seek Unity for Staff, Customers"

11/15/16

News Item

The Hill's Congress Blog: "Trade equilibrium to revive small business in America"

11/15/16

News Item

Christian Science Monitor: "How teachers calm, educate students amid swirl of election emotions"

11/14/16

News Item

The Parallax: "What to keep an eye on from Trump’s cybersecurity policy"

11/14/16

News Item

WINS-AM: "The Bottom Line For Small Business"

11/14/16

News Item

Pace University Scholars: the “Environmental Voice of Youth” will Save NY Harbor

11/14/16

News Item

U.S. News: "Law Schools Experiment With Partially Online Learning"

11/14/16

News Item

Houston Chronicle: "Coal, renewables and the election"

11/14/16

News Item

Daily News: "Trump supporters continue threatening opponents, after mogul presses for unity following divisive campaign"

11/10/16

News Item

Los Angeles Times: "Mergers create hotel giants, but few are complaining"

11/08/16

News Item

The Wall Street Journal: "Donald Trump’s Loyal Numbers Man"

11/08/16

News Item

Daily News: "LOVETT: Donald Trump interested in keeping Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara on the job if he wins election"

11/08/16

News Item

San Francisco Chronicle: "Clinton or Trump? What to watch for as election results roll in"

11/08/16

News Item

Chronicle of Higher Education: Letter To the Editor: "Personal Views of Instructors Are Never Relevant in the Classroom"

11/03/16

News Item

Wall Street Journal: "Raising a Trilingual Child"

11/02/16

News Item

USA Today: "Ivanka Trump's brand draws Twitter wrath, but struts on"

11/02/16

News Item

New York Times: "Police Killing of Mentally Ill Black Man Is, 5 Years Later, Headed to Trial"

11/01/16

News Item

Wall Street Journal: "Black Friday’s Inside Secret: Same Deals Every Year"

11/01/16

News Item

ESPN: "Intro to Pace Law's 2017 Mets salary projection series"

11/01/16

News Item

infosecurity: "Most Americans Believe a Tech-Enabled Terrorist Attack is Imminent"

10/31/16

News Item

Inside Cybersecurity: "Survey finds most Americans expect major cyber-terrorist attack in next few years"

10/31/16

News Item

News Release: Pace University Poll Shows 69% of Americans Believe Technology-Based Terrorist Threat Likely Within 3-5 Years"

10/28/16

News Item

Westchester County Business Journal: "Has the election tarnished the Trump brand?"

10/27/16

News Item

Deutsche Welle: "Living Planet: 'Appy' about recycling"

10/27/16

News Item

Connecticut Post: "Volunteers revitalize Glenwood Park for health of Pequonnock River"

10/26/16

News Item

Paul Dampier appointed Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Pace University

10/25/16

News Item

The Scientist: "Double Take: Science-Inspired Art"

10/25/16

News Item

The Journal News: Biotech center is a perfect match for colleges: View

10/22/16

News Item

Journal News: "Naturalization process backlog frustrates would-be voters"

10/21/16

News Item

Journal News: "Clinton beats Trump in last debate"

10/21/16

News Item

Pace University holds panel discussion on “The Trump Foundation, The Clinton Foundation, and the 2016 Election: What Does it All Mean for Philanthropy?”

10/21/16

News Item

Fort Worth Star-Telegram: "Texas voter fraud concerns prompt hotline offering $5,000 reward for tips"

10/19/16

News Item

Fast Company: "Ivanka Trump Doesn't Flinch"

10/18/16

News Item

U.S. News & World Report: "Trump’s Defamation Lawsuit Threat Could Boomerang"

10/18/16

News Item

CNNPolitics: "Why Trump's talk of a rigged vote is so dangerous"

10/18/16

News Item

La Opinión: "Para movilizar a su base, Trump insiste en que habrá fraude electoral"

10/18/16

News Item

Wired: "VW’s $15B Diesel Settlement Might Actually Hurt Electric Cars"

10/17/16

News Item

Westchester County Business Journal: "At 25, Pace Women’s Justice Center battles the scourge of domestic abuse"

10/14/16

News Item

Computerworld: "University IT employees fighting for jobs question security"

10/14/16

News Item

Daily Voice: "White Plains Director Lands 2nd YoFi Film Festival Invite With 'Wacky Man"

10/14/16

News Item

The Daily Front Row: "IMG Models and W Magazine Announce 2016 Model Search Winner"

10/14/16

News Item

The Real News Network: "Clinton and Trump Promote Fossil Fuels During Second Presidential Debate"

10/14/16

News Item

“The Trump Foundation, The Clinton Foundation, and the 2016 Election: What Does it All Mean for Philanthropy?”

10/13/16

News Item

WSJ MoneyBeat: "Truly Active Emerging-Markets Stock Funds Have An Edge–Study"

10/12/16

News Item

Forbes: "Wanted: More College Classes To Launch An Encore Career"

10/12/16

News Item

Wall Street Journal: "Is Trump Teflon? Most Say No as Brand Perception Takes a Hit"

10/11/16

News Item

Journal News: "Hillary won debate, but Trump improved"

10/11/16

News Item

The Hill's Congress Blog: "Theory of trade equilibrium’s questions for the second debate"

10/10/16

News Item

Xinhua News Agency: "Does Trump still stand a chance to beat Clinton in the presidential election? Watch what experts say."

10/10/16

News Item

Newsday: "5 factors to keep in mind for the 2nd presidential debate"

10/10/16

News Item

San Francisco Chronicle: "Analysis: An ugly night for American politics"

10/10/16

News Item

Daily Voice: "Pace's New Student Residence Completes Phase One Of $100M Initiative"

10/07/16

News Item

Journal News: "Pace dedicates new dormitory, part of $100M transformation"

10/07/16

News Item

TechNewsWorld: "Galaxy Note 7 Snaps, Crackles and Pops, Spurring Evacuation of Plane"

10/07/16

News Item

Financial Times: "Trump faces high stakes in town-hall debate"

10/07/16

News Item

TechCrunch: "The NBA’s first hackathon: How is the future coming for the league?"

10/06/16

News Item

Politico: "Two Sides To The 'Moral Impreative' Argument"

10/06/16

News Item

New York Times: "Could Officers Have Avoided Shooting Keith Scott? Experts Weigh In"

10/06/16

News Item

San Francisco Chronicle: "VP debate moderator dissed"

10/06/16

News Item

The Hill's Congress Blog: "Trade-equilibrium vs trump's trade wars and tariffs"

10/06/16

News Item

San Francisco Chronicle: "In VP debate, Pence calmly parries Kaine’s jabs at Trump"

10/05/16

News Item

Bloomberg BNA: "Boost in Accounting Disclosure Requirements Likely"

10/04/16

News Item

New York Times: "A Farming Revolution, Minus Factories"

10/03/16

News Item

Marketplace: "The dangerous world of the Internet of Things"

10/03/16

News Item

Law360: "Rumored Reduction In Deutsche Bank Fine Has Critics Howling"

10/03/16

News Item

New York Post: "Deutsche Bank rebounds after DOJ settlement scare"

10/03/16

News Item

Westchester County Business Journal: "WCA to recognize five Women in Tech award winners"

10/03/16

News Item

Fortune: "What It Will Take for This Fast-Growing Chain to Become the Next Chipotle"

10/03/16

News Item

PACE UNIVERSITY OPENS FIRST DESIGN FACTORY HUB IN NEW YORK CITY

09/30/16

News Item

New Jersey Transit Notice

09/29/16

News Item

WABC-TV Eyewitness News: "This woman gave hugs to distressed people after Hoboken train crash"

09/29/16

News Item

SBA and Pace University Small Business Development Center Convene Alternative Lending Conference

09/29/16

News Item

La Opinión: "Clinton y Trump recrudecen la batalla por votos en estados clave"

09/29/16

News Item

Financial Times: "Hillary Clinton viewed as winner in first US presidential debate"

09/28/16

News Item

Accounting Today: "Sustainability Disclosures Making Headway in Reports"

09/28/16

News Item

Journal News: "The grades are in and Hillary won debate, experts say"

09/27/16

News Item

Associated Press: "'Pokemon Go' Fervor Has Cooled, but the Game Isn't Dead Yet"

09/27/16

News Item

WSJ CFO Journal: "Investors Demand More Sustainability Disclosures From Companies"

09/27/16

News Item

GE Recognized As Pacesetter In Financial Reporting At Pace University Conference

09/26/16

News Item

Agence France-Presse: "Massive hack is yet another blow for ailing Yahoo"

09/23/16

News Item

Associated Press: "The tale of the tape: when should police videos be released?"

09/23/16

News Item

Associated Press: "3rd Night of Charlotte Protests Stays Largely Peaceful"

09/23/16

News Item

CNBC: Darren Hayes on Nightly Business Report

09/22/16

News Item

Associated Press: "Time Gap in Offering Aid After Police Shooting Stirs Concern"

09/21/16

News Item

Law360: "Wells Fargo Fraud Exposes Soft Spot In Bank Supervision"

09/20/16

News Item

New York Daily News: "How Hillary Clinton’s pneumonia has left her campaign ailing less than two months before Election Day"

09/19/16

News Item

Dallas Morning News: "45 years after Attica, America's inmates are protesting again, but not in Texas — yet"

09/16/16

News Item

BBC: "How a dog made Chinese netizens share the pain of rejection"

09/16/16

News Item

Journal News: "Women’s Bar Assoc. awards scholarship"

09/16/16

News Item

New York Law Journal: "Exoneree Pursues Law Degree to Fill Criminal Justice 'Gaps'"

09/16/16

News Item

The Atlantic: "The Trouble With Double Jeopardy"

09/14/16

News Item

Pace University and the Association of International Bank Auditors announce new cycle of Certified Compliance and Regulatory Professional® program

09/14/16

News Item

Associated Press: "Group to vote on urging countries to close ivory markets"

09/13/16

News Item

Fast Company: "The Decline Of Premium American Fashion Brands. What Happened, Ralph And Tommy?"

09/12/16

News Item

Pacesetters in Financial Reporting Conference

09/09/16

News Item

Journal News: "Hudson River's abuse continues: View"

09/08/16

News Item

Houston Chronicle: "Trump's Texas ground game mostly invisible"

09/07/16

News Item

E-Commerce Times: "That Hissing Sound Is the Last Bit of Air Leaking From Apple's Balloon"

09/07/16

News Item

Huffington Post: "College Audition Coaching: A New Cottage Industry?"

09/06/16

News Item

New York Business Journal: "How this entrepreneur took a two-wheeled problem and created a fashion business"

09/06/16

News Item

Accounting Today: "AICPA Appeals Decision to Preserve IRS Program for Tax Preparers"

09/06/16

News Item

The Hill's Congress Blog: "Trade-Equilibrium vs import certificates"

09/06/16

News Item

Wall Street Journal: "Kayak Accident Highlights Risks Crowded Waterways Pose"

09/01/16

News Item

E-Commerce Times: "Europe Duns Apple for $14.5B in Illegal Tax Breaks"

08/31/16

News Item

Co.Exist: "A New York High School Is Using Oysters In Its Curriculum—And To Protect The City's Coastline"

08/31/16

News Item

Patch: "Pace Semester Starts at Transformed Pleasantville Campus"

08/30/16

News Item

China Daily: "Hot topic"

08/30/16

News Item

Journal News: "Jeffrey Deskovic makes us proud: Editorial"

08/30/16

News Item

La Opinión: "Poco a poco, Trump se mueve hacia Obama en deportaciones"

08/30/16

News Item

WNYC: "Climate Change Happened Today"

08/29/16

News Item

PIX11 News: "Man returns to White Plains where he was wrongfully convicted to help exonerate others as a lawyer"

08/29/16

News Item

San Antonio Express-News: "Donald Trump immigration evolution inevitable"

08/29/16

News Item

NY1 Noticias: ¿Ha cambiado Trump su postura ante el electorado latino?

08/25/16

News Item

U.S. News & World Report: "Shareholders Greenlight Johnson Controls-Tyco Merger to Politicians' Dismay"

08/24/16

News Item

La Opinión: Trump "ya quemó puentes" con la comunidad latina, dicen líderes y activistas hispanos

08/24/16

News Item

Women's Wear Daily: "College Students Reveal the Beauty Products They’ll Wear on Campus"

08/22/16

News Item

Thomson Reuters Foundation News: "Protecting the environment in Senegal? There's an app for that"

08/22/16

News Item

U.S. News & World Report: "4 Ways Social Media Can Help You Choose an Online Degree Program"

08/22/16

News Item

Daily Beast: "Breitbart Editor Milo Yiannopoulos Takes $100,000 for Charity, Gives $0"

08/22/16

News Item

The Hill's Congress Blog: "TE before TPP"

08/22/16

News Item

New York Daily News: "Stephen Bannon hire shows Donald Trump's campaign plans on losing 'in the most destructive way possible'"

08/22/16

News Item

Baltimore Sun: "Lawyers see opportunity in Justice Department report on Baltimore Police"

08/17/16

News Item

Fast Company: "Set Sail As A High-Seas Solopreneur"

08/17/16

News Item

NBC News: "Why Obama Likely Won't Be Able to Close Guantanamo"

08/17/16

News Item

Computerworld: "Trump's 'extreme' anti-terrorism vetting may be H-1B nightmare"

08/17/16

News Item

Associated Press: "Police Chief Was Surprised by Violence After Fatal Shooting"

08/16/16

News Item

The Sentinel: "CV grad volunteering at Olympics proud to be an American"

08/15/16

News Item

WPIX: "University helps Army Reservist transition from combat to classroom"

08/15/16

News Item

New York Daily News: "Donald Trump losing support of Republicans in unprecedented totals as his wild comments drive them to back Hillary Clinton"

08/15/16

News Item

Newsday: "Gary Johnson tries to qualify for Hofstra presidential debate"

08/15/16

News Item

McClatchyDC: "Expect Clinton’s emails to be released for years to come"

08/12/16

News Item

Westchester County Business Journal: "With $100 million project, Pace University consolidates Westchester presence"

08/11/16

News Item

Journal News: "Former Scarsdale coaches speak out after firings"

08/11/16

News Item

Crain's New York Business: "Recent college grads face a tough job market"

08/11/16

News Item

San Francisco Chronicle: "What did The Donald mean and when did he mean it?"

08/11/16

News Item

Washington Times: "Facebook begins bypassing ad-blockers as software dents social network’s profits"

08/10/16

News Item

New York Daily News: "Silence by Trump adds to buzz that mogul could actually skip presidential debates — and if he does it would be ‘disastrous’ for his already flailing campaign"

08/09/16

News Item

E-Commerce Times: "Walmart Pursues Amazon at Jet Speed"

08/09/16

News Item

Philadelphia Inquirer: "PHL passengers caught in Delta tech glitch"

08/08/16

News Item

Playbill: "A Day In the Life of a Broadway Intern"

08/08/16

News Item

WCBS 880: "Summer Program Teaches Teens How To Hack It In Cybersecurity"

08/08/16

News Item

Newsday: "How Clinton and Trump can win in the Electoral College"

08/08/16

News Item

Marketplace: "Jet.com would juice Wal-Mart's online sales"

08/05/16

News Item

Marketplace: "Trump is paying a price for being late to the TV ad party"

08/05/16

News Item

Downtown Express: "Code camp: Pace hosts tech 'collaboratory' for high-school programmers"

08/04/16

News Item

San Francisco Chronicle: "Combative Trump poses dilemma for GOP leaders"

08/04/16

News Item

Computerworld: "HPE's Whitman endorses Clinton; will Trump retaliate if he wins?"

08/03/16

News Item

914 Inc.: "The Best Advice I've Received"

08/03/16

News Item

WAMC Northeast Public Radio: "Elected Officials Criticize USCG Proposal On Anchorage Sites In The Hudson"

08/03/16

News Item

Journal News: "Officials: Don't make Hudson barge 'parking lot'"

08/02/16

News Item

Travel Market Report: "CDC Issues Zika Advisory For Miami Area"

08/02/16

News Item

CBS Detroit: "More Charges Expected In Connection With Flint Water Crisis"

08/01/16

News Item

News 12: "Culinary Students in White Plains Pay it Forward"

08/01/16

News Item

NY Daily News: "Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump is a tale of two campaigns and strategies"

08/01/16

News Item

Journal News: "Teens use robots to learn cybersecurity"

08/01/16

News Item

Travel Weekly: "Trump: Hotels, resorts, casinos, politics"

08/01/16

News Item

International New York Times: "Verizon's bet on future for Yahoo; One aim is to become a stronger contender for revenue from digital ads"

08/01/16

News Item

Students Present Mobile Apps for Environmental Preservation at Pace University and AT&T’s “STEM Collaboratory Camp”

07/29/16

News Item

The Independent Sector: 2016

07/27/16

News Item

Law.com: "DiFiore Campaign Funds Underwrite Law Internships"

07/26/16

News Item

Philadelphia Inquirer: "Why Verizon is betting big on Yahoo's online news"

07/26/16

News Item

SC Magazine: "Russian hackers take the stage at DNC convention"

07/26/16

News Item

MarketWatch: "Yahoo-Verizon deal means Verizon will know more about you"

07/25/16

News Item

Pace University Seidenberg School of Computer Science and AT&T hosting Fourth Annual Summer “STEM Collaboratory Camp”

07/25/16

News Item

NY Daily News: "Hillary, fellow Democrats aim to trump Donald’s RNC event with more conventional DNC in Philadelphia"

07/25/16

News Item

Crain's New York Business: "Schools offer new training programs to help nurse practitioners manage acute care"

07/22/16

News Item

NY Daily News: "Pooch pilot program will give con moms some love, caring lessons"

07/22/16

News Item

New York Magazine: "A Kid’s World Is a Pleasing, Confusing Mashup of Magic and Reality"

07/21/16

News Item

Law.com: "Countdown to New York's First Uniform Bar Exam"

07/20/16

News Item

Dow Jones Newswires: "Research: Incentives Discourage Profit Warnings -- Market Talk"

07/19/16

News Item

lohud.com: "Tappan Zee crane collapse"

07/19/16