Dyson Professor Adam Klein discusses China’s use of information laundering with RealClear Defense.
Now that one of the most prominent GOP election lawyers has joined the discussion, it makes the lawsuits "appear to be more politically neutral and much less a partisan effort by Democrats to keep Trump from running," Bennett Gershman, a former New York prosecutor and law professor at Pace University, told Salon.
"I haven't seen anything that makes it anything more than crimes committed in the state of Georgia violating Georgia law," Bennett Gershman, a law professor at Pace University, said. "Has nothing really to do with federal jurisdiction."
‘Progression’ will always be relative and subjective based on one’s positionality,” said Dr. Melvin Williams said in an email. Williams is an associate professor of communication and media studies at Pace University. “Hip-hop has traditionally been in conversation with queer and non-normative sexualities and included LGBTQ+ people in the shaping of its cultural signifiers behind the scenes as choreographers, songwriters, make-up artists, set designers, and other roles stereotypically attributed to queer culture.”
A record number of Pace University students have been named to the United Nations’ Millennium Fellowship program. The students will spend a semester working on projects together focused on advancing the UN’s 17 sustainable development goals, which include eliminating poverty, ensuring access to clean energy and securing access to clean water. The Pace students, part of Blue Colab Right to Know H20 team, will be focused on improving water quality and allowing people to know their drinking water quality.
News12 covered Pace’s weekend festivities honoring its National Championship women’s lacrosse team, which included a half-time ceremony during the football game; The Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge being lit in blue and gold; proclamations from public officials including Gov. Kathy Hochul, County Executive George Latimer, State Senate Majority Leader Andrea-Stewart-Cousins, Assemblywoman MaryJane Shimsky, among others; and Westchester County declaring September 12 as “Pace University Women’s Lacrosse Team National Champions Day.”
The Journal News/Lohud continued its coverage of the National Championship women’s lacrosse team, by profiling Angelina Porcello, highlighting how “an undersized player from Eastchester became a national lacrosse dynamo at Pace.”
Pace honored its National Championship women’s lacrosse team during half time at the Pace Football game.
Attending business school in a new country can be tough, but with courage and hard work, Syed Mubasheer Ahmed '23 is making it look easy. Not only is he involved in on-campus clubs, but Syed is also taking advantage of all the resources available to students—and it's his commitment to attending Career Services' events that landed him a coveted summer internship with EY.
Four students from the Lubin School of Business were selected for United Nations Academic Impact and Millennium Campus Network (MCN) Fellowships. They will be part of the UN's global leadership development program as they launch their own individual or group projects relating to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Students will have the opportunity to connect with peers and leaders from all over the world while engaging in world-class professional development sessions.