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Fit to Print: March 2021

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Pace professors are weighing in on the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, constitutional law, healthy habits, and much more in this month's edition of Fit to Print.

"As it turns out, 2020 was a year that leaves me deeply optimistic for our future—not despite what we went through, but because of it,"

—Pace University President Marvin Krislov, writing in his Forbes column titled "The Pandemic Has Been Tough, But We're Ready For What Comes Next."

"Is the First Amendment applicable to speech by the government, and most especially to a president’s speech?"

—Elisabeth Haub School of Law Professor Bennett Gershman, JD, published an article on titled "When the Government Speaks, Does the First Amendment Matter?"

Pace’s Director of Emergency Management and Environmental Health and Safety Brian Anderson was quoted in a News12 video clip about in state universities and colleges and COVID-19 test distribution. 

Dyson Assistant Professor Aditi Paul, PhD, was featured in a Newsweek article titled "Why Dating Apps Are No Way To Find True Love."

“This statute was intended to give African Americans and those who supported the freedom efforts a federal cause of action, a right to a lawsuit for the deprivation of rights protected by the statute."

—Haub Law Professor Randolph McLaughlin, JD, featured in an NBC News article titled "How The 1871 Klu Klux Klan Act Is Being Used In This Latest Trump Lawsuit."

“One reason that a lot of countries adopted quotas for women and nobody has really pushed quotas on race or ethnicity or sexual orientation is because these categories are more complicated."

—Haub Law Professor Darren Rosenblum, JD, was featured in a San Francisco Chronicle and Laredo Times article titled "New hires to corporate boards in California still mostly white, despite state law."

"Many of the general recommendations that health experts rely on may not be as impactful in the setting of unstructured days or significant day-to-day variations that are beyond our control,"

—CHP Clinical Coordinator Jessica Tosto, RD, quoted in an Eating Well Magazine article titled "5 Ways to Make Healthier Decisions When You're Exhausted."

"The lines have to be able to successfully, quickly and cheaply screen passengers before they board."

—Lubin Professor Andrew Coggins, PhD, quoted in a USA Today article titled "When Will It Be Safe To Cruise Again? These Signs Will Help You Decide When To Sail."

Autism Spectrum News published an article in their winter 2021 issue highlighting the positive outcomes of the ongoing AHRC parternship with Seidenberg.  

—Lubin Clinical Professor and Entrepreneurship Lab Director Bruce Bachenheimer was featured in a Sunday Mail article titled "Entrepreneurship is a Mindset."

"Innovations always bring an increase in consumer interest and trial."

—Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris, PhD, quoted in a WalletHub article titled "2021 Capital One Savor Review."

"Attribution for cyberattacks were historically problematic, especially because countries like China and Russia would use unofficial groups in their country to launch these attacks. Ultimately, we know that these governments have sanctioned cyberattacks that align with their policies."

—Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, quoted in a Bank Info Security article titled "White House Preparing 'Executive Action' After SolarWinds Attack."

Haub Law Professor Nicholas Robinson, JD, was featured in a FingerLakes1 article titled "Will New Yorkers have a constitutional right to clean water and air? Voters will decide this year."

Coingenuis featured Dyson's Kirsten Sandberg's report on how the Biden-Harris administration could reimagine US technology strategy and policy in an article titled "New Directions for Government in the Second Era of the Digital Age Strategy, Policy, and Action for the Biden-Harris Administration."

Lubin Professor Frank Colella, JD, recently had his article, “A Look Back at the Clear and Present Danger of Free Speech during the First World War,” published in New York Law Journal.

Lubin Professor Philip Cohen, JD, will have his article "Zarin v. Commissioner Revisited and Some Methodologies for Determining COD Income," published this spring in the William & Mary Business Law Review, Volume 12, Issue 3.

Lubin Professor Julia Eisenberg, PhD, recently coauthored a paper, “Multicultural Virtual Team Performance: The Impact of Media Choice and Language Diversity."

Lubin Professor and Chair of the Marketing Department, Pradeep Gopalakrishna, PhD, recently had his article, “Synergistic Effects of Market Orientation Implementation and Internalization on Firm Performance: Direct Marketing Service Provider Industry,” published in Journal of Business Research.