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May: Fit to Print

News Story

Pace faculty sound off in the news, we announce a new appointment, and faculty gets recognized for research!

Karl R. Rábago has been appointed Executive Director of Pace Law School’s Energy and Climate Center.

College of Health Professions Professor Denise Rizzolo, PhD, PA-C, and alumna Hima Vadakel, RPA-C, recently won an award for best presentation at Faculty Research Day for their work “Shock: Early Recognition and Resuscitation Are Key.”

Dyson Professor of Painting and Drawing Fred Valentine has been awarded a 2014 Guggenheim Fellowship. He is one of only 177 of 3000 applicants in the United States and Canada to receive a Fellowship.

Lubin Professor and Director of the Entrepreneurship Lab, Bruce Bachenheimer, will be a speaker at the HealthTech ’14 Fueling Innovation in Westchester conference on May 8, serving on the "From Lab to Market: The Challenges and Opportunities in Technology Transfer" panel. Professor Bachenheimer was also quoted in a Crain’s New York Business article, “Biz-school Courses Focus on Giving Back,” and in the special feature Ask the Experts on the topic “Best & Worst Cities for Wallet Wellness.”

Lubin Professor Robert Vambery, PhD, served as moderator on “The Rise of the Common Man in Indian Politics” panel, hosted by the Pace Indian Students Association on April 16, 2014.

Weihua Niu, a director of the Confucius Institute, discusses bridging the China-U.S. gap in an article for China Daily USA.

Several faculty members from the College of Health Professions were mentioned in a article on the College’s recent webinar about Appreciative Inquiry in Nursing Education.

Suffragette to CEO, Pace University’s women in leadership panel featuring faculty and staff from the University, was recently covered in a article.

Pace University President Stephen J. Friedman published an op-ed on The Hill's "Campaign" blog on the value of internships, paid or unpaid, as part of a path to a successful career for college students.

Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, was quoted in a MarketWatch article on how to spot credit card skimmers. He also contributed to a Washington Post article on the unforeseen effects of Heartbleed.