October: Fit to Print
Faculty and staff weigh in on topics ranging from ISIS to continuing education to Apple Pay in this month’s “Fit to Print” column.
Law School professor Thomas M. McDonnell commented on President Obama’s response to global extremism in an article for USA Today. He also contributed commentary on Obama’s strategy against ISIS for The Hill’s “Congress” blog.
Christine Shakespeare, assistant vice president of continuing and professional education, discussed the interrupted educational paths of their adult student population for an article in U.S. News & World Report.
Karl R. Rábago, executive director of the Pace Energy and Climate Center at Pace Law School, said it might not be worth the effort to create a measurement system that forces regulators to determine exactly which power plant is turned on or off at every second of the day because of carbon-cutting policies in a Chicago Tribune article.
In an article for The Street, Jonathan Hill, DPS, associate dean of Seidenberg, discussed the importance of Apple Pay and wearable products for the future of the Apple brand.
Jane Aoyama-Martin, executive director of Pace Law School’s Women’s Justice Center, spoke to U.S. News & World Report about the recent Ray Rice scandal and the Violence Against Women Act.
Robert Chersi, executive director of the Center for Global Governance, Reporting, and Regulation at Pace, discussed bank failures and their role as a case study in financial collapse in a recent article on WestfairOnline.com.
College of Health Professions Professor Joanne K. Singleton, PhD, recently published her first novel, White Beret: The Story of an Urban Nurse.
Football Head Coach Andrew Rondeau and his coaching staff participated in the American Football Coaches Association Coach to Cure MD program the September 27 game.
Art Department Chair Eve Andree Laramée was interviewed for the September issue of The Brooklyn Rail, a journal on New York arts, politics, and culture.
Dyson Professor Joseph Tse-Hei Lee, PhD, authored an op-ed for the Taipei Times about Hong Kong’s democracy movement and the restrictive guidelines issued by Beijing for the election of the region’s next executive official.
Selected annually by their peers for their contribution to American art and architecture, Dyson Professor of Art Jane Dickson was one of only 13 artists and architects recently elected to the National Academy.
Dyson Assistant Professor Thalia Goldstein, PhD, was quoted extensively in The Atlantic article, How Actors Create Emotions: A Problematic Psychology.
In a recent article for International Business Times, Darren Hayes, DPS, assistant professor and director of cybersecurity, says Apple's new security features raise new concerns.
Lubin Professor Philip G. Cohen, commented on the new rules of corporate inversion in a recent article in The New York Times.
Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris shared his thoughts on the relationship between big sponsors and the NFL in light of recent scandals during an interview with NPR.
As the warmer weather (finally) rolls in, Pace professors aren’t taking a break just yet—they’re lending their expertise to several publications, and we’ve got it all here for you. Talk about summer reading!
Fit to Print: May 2018
Having served as a research mentor to over 50 students while at Pace, Nancy Krucher continues to train the next generation of savvy and cutting-edge researchers.
Passing the Research Torch
President Krislov reflects on the many accomplishments of the Pace Community, and looks ahead to 2018–2019.
From the President's Desk