Alumni, Faculty, & Student News
Joel Reed ’69 (Social Sciences) served as VP of sales and marketing at Biotest Diagnostics, where he worked for 20 years before retiring for 13 years ago.
Kenneth J. Berger ’72 (Mathematics, Physics) is a professor of geography at San Diego Mesa College and recently led a team of researchers in the Philippines in the examination of emergency currency notes held by Museo Sugbo (Cebu Provincial Museum).
Anthony Gagliardi ’75 (Biology) is vice president and chief medical officer at New York Presbyterian Hospital and Weill Cornell Medical College.
John Paternoster ’70 (Psychology) is an adjunct lecturer at LaGuardia Community College, CUNY, where he has taught for 17 years.
Shirley Acevedo Buontempo ’84 ’10 (Public Administration), founder of Latino U College Access, was quoted in aThe New York Times article that praised Pace for providing subsidies to students in unpaid intern positions.
Gail B. Greenberg ’83 (Literature and Communications) is a retired administrative assistant and election technician who works the polls on Election Day. The 2017 Dyson Society of Fellows class was named in her honor.
Fran Pastore ’83 (Communications), president and chief executive officer of the Women’s Business Development Council, was featured in eConnect’s Alumni Spotlight.
Bennett Windheim ’80 (English) is founder and creative director at Modular Advertising + Marketing, which serves small and midsize businesses and nonprofits.
Rebecca Bose ’98 (Biology) is a curator at Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, NY.
John Ferracuti ’98 (Literature and Communications) has been chief operation officer at Bin There Dump That for 10 years.
Joe Ferraro ’99 (Literature and Communications) is a high school English teacher at Valhalla High School and creator and host of a leadership and productivity podcast called "One Percent Better."
Bruce S. Hoffman '95 (PsyD) has been profiled by the Expert Network and rated in the top 1% of his field by RateMDs.com. He runs a private psychology practice in Brooklyn.
Michael Marino ’92 (Technical Theater) is director of research and operations at the CUNY Institute for Demographic Research, and has been elected as member of the NY County Democratic Committee.
Holly Milasko-Martucci ’94 (Literature and Communications) is a teacher at Monroe-Woodbury High School.
Lauree Ostrofsky ’97 (Literature and Communications), founder of Hudson Valley Women in Business, published her second book, "Simply Leap: Seven Lessons on Facing Fear and Enjoying the Crap Out of Your Life."
Brian Stranahan ’93 (Criminal Justice) is a graduate of the US Naval War College and currently serving as senior intelligence officer aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln.
Peter Weingard ’90 (Literature and Communications) is chief marketing officer at New York Public Radio. He was recognized as Chief Marketing Officer of the Year from the CMO Club, and named among the 40 Top Digital Marketers by Campaign US.
Karrie Allen ’02 (English and Communications) is a writer in the Marketing and Communications Office at Bard College at Simon's Rock, Great Barrington, MA.
Andrea Fernandez ’08 (Art History) is an adjunct professor of Latin American Studies at Pace University.
Emily Kortoon-Benjamin ’09 (Literature and Communications) is a private academic tutor with Wyzant.com.
Ajit Nair ’09 (Political Science) is the youngest manager to work in the Office of the Attorney General in Washington, DC.
Alison Zaccone ’04 (English and Communications) is director of communications at the nonprofit organization Bottomless Closet.
Adeel Akhtar (Actors Studio Drama School, Acting) appeared in the film "Victoria and Abdul" and is a series regular on the FOX comedy "Ghosted."
Samantha Apicella ’15 (Communications) is a digital support specialist at Westchester magazine.
Nabiyah Be (Pace School of Performing Arts, Acting) starred in the Off-Broadway play “School Girls, or the African Mean Girls Play,” a humorous portrayal of a senior class of schoolgirls competing for the crown of Miss Ghana of 1986. It was a New York Times Critic’s Pick, and received rave reviews from The Hollywood Reporter and Variety.
Elyse Bensusan ‘11 (PsyD) specializes in child and adult psychological testing, and has a Midtown practice serving families and children.
Michael Blatt ’16 (Directing) is a freelance stage director at Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Training Center and will direct the “25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” at The Actors Theatre of Indiana.
Ally Bonino ‘11 (Pace School of Performing Arts, Musical Theater) starred in the 75th anniversary concert of Irving Berlin's "This is the Army" at Feinstein's/54 Below Supper Club. The show was featured in a Broadway World article.
Ashley Bressingham ’12 (English and Communications) is a children's librarian at Brooklyn Public Library.
Charles Brice ’12 (Actors Studio Drama School, Acting) appeared in the Thanksgiving episode of the CBS hit drama “Bull,” as Bobby ‘Brass’ Lewis, a professional boxer accused of murder.
Olivia Brooks ’14 (Communications) is a staffing consultant and recently earned her Certified Staffing Professional credential.
Nicole Casio ’17 (Psychology) is an assistant to Dr. Megan Sykes at the Columbia Center for Translational Immunology at Columbia University Medical Center.
Cat Byrnes ’15 (Art) exhibited her work at Denise Bibro Fine Art in Chelsea and 440 Gallery in Brooklyn.
Amanda Carter ’12 (Criminal Justice) is a staff attorney at the Legal Aid Society in juvenile rights practice.
Omar A. Castillo Jr. ’12 (Psychology) received a master’s degree in Social Work and will be starting a social work position at Mount Sinai/Health Home Program.
Joseph Cavallaro ’15 (Political Science) is a study abroad specialist at AFS Intercultural Programs.
Ashika Chandnani ’15 (Communication Studies) is a marketing and sales analyst for Johnson & Johnson.
Christina Cigala '10 (Actors Studio Drama School, Playwriting) co-authored "XX v XY: The Final World War," a book about a dystopian future published by Simon & Schuster.
Sarah Victoria Cohenson ’12 (Criminal Justice) is an associate attorney at Frieberg, Peck & Kang LLP in New York.
Rachel D'Amato ’15 (Biology) is a student in the Weill Cornell Physician Assistant program.
Arlene Barbara De La Rosa ’14 (Applied Psychology and Human Relations) works in Benefits and Labor Relations at the New School.
Stephanie Diaz-Dore ’15 (Mental Health Counseling) is a prevention case planner and is studying for her licensing exam.
Dominique Fishback (Pace School of Performing Arts) was featured in a Varietyarticle abouther role in the HBO series The Deuce. She was lauded as “the show’s emotional core."
She was also named by USA Todayas one of the “Five Faces You Should be Watching on Fall TV."
Further, she gave an interview with Amsterdam News and is returning to New York City to perform her one-woman show, “Subverted.”
Theresa Frey ’11 (Liberal Studies) is director of Education Abroad at Pace University.
Brett Hallahan ’15 (Publishing) is a proofreader for DC Comics in Burbank, CA.
Nairi Hartounian ’13 (Communication Studies) is a graduate student at New York University and a merchandise assistant at gilt.com
Yahdon Israel '13 (English), who was recently named editor-in-chief of Brooklyn magazine, was featured in a story in the New York Times.
Jesse James Keitel '15 (Pace School of Performing Arts, Acting) plays Sidney in Netflix's original comedy film "Alex Strangelove."
Kehinde Koyejo ’10 (Pace School of Performing Arts, Acting) is founder of the Artist Self-Care Guide in Oakland, CA and an actor, recently cast in “Sweet Maladies” at the Brava Theater, which won the “Best Ensemble” Theater Bay Award.
Christina Lalama ’11 (English; Women’s and Gender Studies) is a program associate at the Armenian General Benevolent Union in New York City, and is pursuing an MBA at Baruch-CUNY.
Ebony LaDelle ‘10 (Publishing), an associate marketing manager at HarperCollins, was quoted in the Publishers Weekly article “People of Color in Publishing, Striving for More Industry Diversity.”
Hilary Leavitt ’10 (Theater Arts; Film and Screen Studies) is a VP of television at MRC Studios.
Elena Marmo ’15 (Political Science; Peace and Justice Studies) is a community engagement officer at WaterAid and completed an MSc in Violence, Conflict and Development from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London.
Santana Martinez ’16 (Biology) is a scientific laboratory technician for L’Oréal USA Research and Innovation in Clark, NJ.
Alanna McCatty ‘17 (Communication Studies) wrote a blog post on MedShadow.com, where she is an intern, and reports on new findings and research on the side effects of prescription drugs.
Jean McElroy ’15 (History), a professional writing tutor at the Writing Center at Pace University, had her article “Urban Philosophies: Moses v. Jacobs” published in the Journal of Planning History.
David Neth ’13 (Publishing), who has self-published superhero books, was profiled in the local upstate New York paper The Daily News.
Francesco Pennisi ’17 (Criminal Justice) is a store manager at the Vitamin Shoppe in Portchester, NY.
Jayme Portanova ’16 (Communications) is an ad operations coordinator at Take 5 Media Group.
Stephanie C. Robayo ‘10 (Political Science) graduated from Brooklyn Law School and is a law clerk at the Counsel's Office at the New York Department of Labor.
Ashley Romans ’15 (Pace School of Performing Arts) appeared in the West Coast premiere of the Olivier Award-winning play “Rotterdam” and was featured in an article in the LA Times.
Aime Rodriguez ’12 (Media and Communication Arts) is a reporter for News 12 covering the Bronx and Brooklyn.
Rebecca G. Smith '16 (Global Asia Studies) and Professor of History Joseph Lee published a co-authored paper on Tibetan New Yorkers.
David Spillo ’14 (Environmental Science) is a federally licensed wildlife rehabilitator who will be celebrating five years at Green Chimneys.
Julia St. Clair ’16 (Communications) is a development associate for the department of development and alumni relations at Pace University. She also was a background actor in Homeland and in an upcoming HBO movie starring Al Pacino.
Cassidy Stoner ’16 (Pace School of Performing Arts, Musical Theater) was profiled by The Stanly News & Press, a community newspaper in Albemarle, North Carolina, about her experiences at Pace and life in New York City.
Kaitlyn Tarpey ’14 (Communications) is a human resources consultant on recruitment and retention at Barnum Financial Group.
Opal Vadhan ’15 (Communication Studies), a former member of Hillary Clinton’s national advance team, was profiled by Teen Vogue about her work on the presidential campaign.
Alumnus and Adjunct Professor of Public Administration Justin Woods '15 (MPA) has been appointed County Administrator of Cayuga County, New York. He was featured in AuburnPub.
Kenya Velez ’17 (Chemistry) is a research associate intern at New York University Langone Medical Center in New York.
Assistant Professor of Art Inbal Abergil wrote an op-ed in the LA Times about her book "N.O.K - Next of Kin." She is also the recipient of The Pollock-Krasner Photography Grant for 2017.
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies and Science Matthew Aiello-Lammens, along with colleagues from City University of New York and Yale, has been awarded a $593,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop software tools for studying species distributions.
Distinguished Professor of Art Janetta Rebold Benton was interviewed by SPOTLIGHT NY on December 16 on artist David Hockney, whose works are on exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art until February 2018.
Associate Professor of Political Science Matthew Bolton and Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies Emily Welty, along with students, have been working for three years on negotiations of a nuclear weapons ban treaty with the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) that was just awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 2017.
Bolton and Welty’s work has been featured in The Examiner article"Nobel Cause: Peace Prize-winning Organization Includes Independence Native Matthew Bolton" and in the Pleasantville Daily Voice.
Bolton has written a “Guide to the New Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty” in Just Security and co-authored "How We Persuaded 122 Countries to Ban Nuclear Weapons" in the same publication.
He was also quoted in the The Sacramento Bee about Nikki Haley playing a supporting role to President Trump and Vice President Pence at the UN General Assembly last fall.
Assistant Professor of Biology Eric Brenner hosted a science seminar entitled “Plant Tracer: a Time-Lapse App to Quantify and Report Novel Mutants in Plant Motion" in Miller Hall, Pleasantville campus.
Retired Professor of Political Science David Caputo appeared on LI in the AM on the topic of gun control and the Las Vegas shooting.
Assistant Professor of Political Science Aileen Cardona was featured in a NY1 video on a fundraiser held in East Harlem to help hurricane victims.
Professor of Public Administration Sheying Chen was quoted in WalletHub on “2017’s States with the Best Elder-Abuse Protections.”
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Security Kimberly Collica-Cox spoke at a series of six "Community Conversations: Criminal Justice, Yesterday and Today" organized by the Westchester Library System.
She was also quoted in the Lakeland Ledger article "Lakeland Regional Health Medical Center Policy Keeps Relatives in the Dark about Polk County Jail Inmates’ Condition.”
In addition, she published the article, "Women Wardens and Correction Executives: Paths to Leadership" in the journal Corrections: Policy, Practice and Research.
Further, she received a 2017-2018 Jefferson Award for Public Service - Bronze Award.
Senior Fellow for Environmental Affairs John Cronin’s Earth Deskblog was featured in the Huffington Post.
Assistant Professor of Public Administration Andrew Crosby was quoted in a New York Times article, "An Upscale Hamlet Weighs Whether to Be a Village (or Not to Be)."
Professor and Chair of Environmental Studies and Science Melanie DuPuis was quoted in the NY Post article, "Carbonated Milk Could Be the New Sparkling Water."
She contributed to and co-edited the book, “Food Across Borders,” about the contiguity between personal decisions about what we eat and the social and geopolitical processes which secure nourishment, territory, and belonging.
She was also quoted in the Atlas Obscura article “The 19th-Century Swill Milk Scandal That Poisoned Infants with Whiskey Runoff.”
Adjunct Professor of Public Administration and Dyson Advisory Board member Patricia Dwyer received a 2017 Appreciation Award from the Pleasantville Chamber of Commerce for her contributions to the village.
Professor Lee Evans, Pace School of Performing Arts, had his article “Unifying Techniques in Musical Composition” published in Clavier Companion and another entitled “The End of Jazz?” in JAZZed.
Adjunct Professor Reginald Flowers, Pace School of Performing Arts, received a 2017-2018 Jefferson Award for Public Service - Bronze Award.
Lecturer of English Mara Lee Grayson was featured in an Education Week Teacher article entitled “Response: Courageous Conversations are Needed to Discuss Race in Schools.”
Associate Professor of Public Administration Lijun He was quoted in WalletHub on “2017’s Best Charities to Donate To – Holidays and Beyond.”
Professor of Chemistry and Physical Sciences Sergey Kazakov presented “The Concept of Lipobeads in the Context of Encapsulated Drug Delivery” at the 2016 Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy in Atlanta, GA.
He also presented “Technological Challenges and Potential Advantages of Lipobeads as Drug Delivery Systems” at the 2016 TechConnect World Innovation Conference and Expo in Washington, DC.
A tribute to the late actress and professor in the Actors Studio Drama School Elizabeth Kemp was published in the International Business Times.
Jane Kinney-Denning, executive director of the Publishing Program and current president of the Women’s National Book Association (WNBA), was quoted in a Publishers Weekly article on the organization’s centennial.
Associate Professor of Communication Studies Satish Kolluri and Professor of History Joseph Lee hosted a Dyson Seminar Series entitled “Hong Kong and Bollywood in the Global Soft Power Contest,” which highlighted cinematic appropriation, elaboration, and plagiarism in the cultural flows between Hollywood, Hong Kong, and Bollywood.
Associate Professor Grant Kretchik, Pace School of Performing Arts, was quoted in Backstage on "College Audition Advice to Know Before Stepping Into the Room" and co-wrote an article in the same publication with Assistant Professor of PPA JV Mercanti called "The College Audition: Part I."
They also co-wrote in Backstage “The College Audition, Part V: Your Mental Health.”
Professor of Art Eve Laramee’s “Electromagnet Heart Battery,” a hand-blown glass, cast iron and copper sculpture, was acquired by the New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe.
Also, her archival inkjet print Uranium Daughters was also part of a benefit auction of the National Coalition Against Censorship, which defends freedom of thought and expression, and combats censorship.
In addition, and with Adjunct Art Professor, Daniel Hill, she participated in the symposium, “Strange Attractors: Art, Science and the Question of Convergence,” organized by the Cue Foundation and Taney Roninger.
Clinical Associate Professor of Environmental Studies and Science Michelle Land was featured in a story about Pace and the Elephant Protection Act on WAMC/Northeast Public Radio.
Professor of History Joseph Lee coauthored a paper with alumna Rebecca G. Smith '16 (Global Asia Studies) on Tibetan New Yorkers. The paper was published in the journal, “Social Transformations in Chinese Societies”
He also wrote an op-ed for Taipei Times on denuclearizing North Korea.
Clinical Associate Professor of Public Relations Jennifer Magas was quoted in Bustle on building your personal brand on LinkedIn, in Glassdoor on tips for receiving a successful performance review, and on how important is your college major on Goodcall.com.
Associate Professor of Psychology Anthony Mancini wrote an op-ed for Psychology Today on how people respond to and cope with disaster.
Professor and Co-chair of Art Jillian McDonald had a solo exhibition of video work, Crystal Lake, in Quebec, Canada.
Professor of Chemistry and Physical Sciences David Nabirahni was quoted in an article in University World News entitled “Iran, Saudi Arabia vie for Influence over Afghan HE.”
Clinical Assistant Professor of Media, Communications, and Visual Arts Mirjana Pantic did a research study on how live-blogging aids news organizations in achieving transparency with audiences, according to content analysis of The Guardian’s live-blogging practices, and it was published in the Newspaper Research Journal.
Director of the Publishing Program Sherman Raskin was quoted in the article “Graduate Publishing Program Update” in the December 2017 issue of Publisher’s Weekly on the uniqueness of Pace’s program.
Acting Dean Richard Schlesinger released the 2nd edition of the book "Environmental Health Science: Recognition, Evaluation, and Control of Chemical Health Hazards," which he co-authored.
He also wrote the chapter “Sulfur Oxides” in Comprehensive Toxicology, 3rd Edition, Elsevier (2017).
Director of the Nature Center Angelo Spillo hosted a reception and photography show for the Learning Community “Nature Exposed” exploring “Man’s Intrusion into Nature.”
Environmental Studies and Science Assistant Professor Anne Toomey’s essay “Writing History in the Present: The Implications of Localized Forms of Science in Latin America for a Postcolonial World” was featured in the journal Alternautas.
Assistant Professor of Psychology Leora Trub quoted in Thrive Global on "How Texting is Linked to Better—or Worse—Relationship Satisfaction."
She was also quoted in Business Insider on texting and relationship satisfaction.
Associate Professor of English Ama Wattley received the university’s Human Resource College Diversity Leadership Award for 2017.
She also wrote a blog post on the nuclear ban for the Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace.
Assistant Professor of Film and Screen Studies Colin Williamson was awarded a competitive fellowship to participate in the 2017–2018 seminar at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wolf Humanities Center. He will be working to find innovative ways to engage his students in hands-on experiences with early film history using archival materials.
Cesar Ballesteros ‘18 (Biology) received a 2017-2018 Jefferson Award for Public Service - Bronze Award.
Lisdy Contreras ’20 (Criminal Justice) was quoted in am New York about DACA.
Margaret (Peggy) Doyle ’19 (Economics) and Christina Thomas ’19 (Environmental Studies) were invited by the U.S. Coast Guard to be official observers at a Port and Waterway Safety Assessment workshop in Poughkeepsie, New York regarding the plan to permit anchorages on the Hudson River.
Victoria Gonzalez ‘18 (Political Science, Public Administration) received a 2017-2018 Jefferson Award for Public Service - Bronze Award.
(Duke) Tsun-Chueh Huang ’20 (Peace and Justice Studies) received a 2017-2018 Jefferson Award for Public Service - Bronze Award.
Rachael Kelly ’18 (Publishing) wrote a piece on Dr. Carla Hayden in the Women’s National Book Association’s post-centennial edition of The Bookwoman.
Kelly Lang ’18 (Applied Psychology and Human Relations) received a 2017-2018 Jefferson Award for Public Service - Bronze Award.
Micailah Lockhart ‘18 (Pace School of Performing Arts, Musical Theater) performed the national anthem for a crowd of 900 business leaders at the Business Council of Westchester’s Annual Fall Dinner, which included keynote speaker and guest of honor Hillary Clinton.
She also performed her first headlining concert at the West End Lounge in New York City in December.
Amanda Marshall ’18 (Biology) received a 2017-2018 Jefferson Award for Public Service - Bronze Award.
Tommy Nelson '18 (Pace School of Performing Arts, Acting for Film, Television, Voice-overs, and Commercials) plays “Neil” in the Tribeca Film Festival’s "My Friend Dahmer," which had a limited theatrical release in Fall 2017.
Kelsey Parker ’17 (Environmental Science) was profiled in a Center for Community Action and Research Volunteer Spotlight.
Erin Schuessler ’21 (Communication Studies) wrote a piece in The Pulse‘s column “First Year, First Hand” on her experience as a student at Pace.
The Actors Studio Drama School was mentioned in a New York Times article as an example of a successful partnership between a university and an actors’ studio.
The Pace Chemistry Club received the top honor of "Outstanding Student Chapter" and a "Green Chapter Award" for environmental chemistry activities from the American Chemical Society for 2016-2017.
The English Department and Aphros, Pace University’s student-produced literary magazine, hosted a Creative Writing Reading in October 2017.
The Elephant Protection Act, written by Pace Environmental Policy Clinic students, was signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo into law in October 2017, making New York State the first in the nation to impose an outright ban on elephants in entertainment.
The Dyson College Institute for Sustainability and the Environment and the Department of Environmental Studies and Science hosted Senator Terrance Murphy and Assemblywoman Amy Paulin in celebration of the many success of our students, staff and faculty. The state legislature made a ceremonial bill presentation honoring the students of the Environmental Policy Clinic for attaining a passage of the Elephant Protection Act. It was featured on News 12 Westchester.
Pace University’s Fed Challenge Team won the 14th annual national College Federal Reserve Challenge, marking the third time in four years that Pace has won the prestigious competition. The team members are co-captains Klejdja Qosja ’18 (Economics), Marina Testani ’18 (Economics), and Salil Ahuja ’19 (Economics); presenters Carly Aznavorian ’19 (Economics) and Scarlett Bekus ’20 (Economics); and alternates Alexandra Bruno ‘20 (Economics), and Argenys Morban ’19 (Economics). Associate Professor Greg Colman and Clinical Assistant Professor Mark Weinstock served as the team’s advisors, and support was also received from Professor and Chair of Economics Joseph Morreale and Assistant Chair Anna Shostya. Their win was featured in both the Pleasantville Patch and Daily Telescope.
The Film and Screen Studies department hosted a Student Film Screening in December in the Schimmel Center.
Dyson College’s International Disarmament Institute published a report entitled “The Humanitarian Impact of Drones.”
The Media, Communications, and Visual Arts travel documentary course won the Accolade Global Film Competition 2017 for best short documentary, “Ridge to Ranch to River to Reef: Florida's Conservation Connections.”
Twenty-six students from the New York City Model United Nations program participated in the 2017 National Model UN conference in Washington DC, representing Kenya, Namibia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. They received a Distinguished Delegation and Honorable Mention Delegation awards, as well as six Outstanding Position Paper Awards for their work. Their eight awards placed them joint 4th out of 67 participating universities and higher education institutions from around the country and the world, in terms of total awards received. Read a post about their win here.
The Pleasantville Model UN Team won seven awards at the SRMUN Atlanta conference in November, including honorable delegation and two outstanding position paper awards.
Pace Performing Arts Dance students performed at the Fourth Annual Broadway & Ballet Hero Awards in October at Stage 48.
David Marshall Grant's 1998 hit play "Snakebit" has been reimagined due to a collaboration with Pace Performing Arts BFA Acting students. The collaboration was mentioned in Broadway World.
The Center for Community Action & Research’s Tyler Kalahar and the LGBTQA Center Director Rachel Simon took nine students to the Women’s Convention in Detroit, Michigan in October.
Niiamar Felder, PPA costume supervisor and high fashion designer, was named one of Black Enterprise’s 100 Men of Distinction.
The 2017-2018 Jefferson Awards for Public Service Bronze Award, which recognizes individuals for their public and volunteer service, and dedication to improving the quality of life in their communities, have been given to eight members of the Dyson community: Cesar Ballesteros ‘18 (Biology); Victoria Gonzalez ’18 (Political Science and Public Administration); (Duke) Tsun-Chueh Huang ’20 (Peace and Justice Studies); Kelly Lang ‘18 (Applied Psychology and Human Relations); Amanda Marshall ‘18 (Biology); Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Kimberly Collica-Cox; Adjunct Professor Reginald Flowers, Pace School of Performing Arts; and Associate Director of Women’s and Gender Studies Rachel Simon.
A 2015 Pace study was cited in an article in The Ringer about Instagram titled “A Simple Plea: Please Don’t Give Instagram a Regram Button.”
Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS) students and Assistant Professors of WGS Jason Whitesel and Emily Bent celebrated the 45th anniversary of Ms. magazine with Gloria Steinem in November.