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News Article | May 15, 2017
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Following Nonye Aghanya’s surgical procedure and during a five-month recovery, she developed an interest to assist clinicians, healthcare providers, and patients foster a more effective clinician-patient relationship. Aghanya identified practical tips to allay patient anxieties during clinical visits, which inspired “Simple Tips to Developing a Productive Clinician-Patient Relationship.” For over 25 years, Aghanya’s profession as a family nurse practitioner enabled her to work with many patients. Through these interactions, she recognized several communication styles that helped reduce her patient’s apprehensions, resulting in more efficient communication regardless of the patient’s attitude or personality. “I want to inform readers that a positive relationship is easier to achieve between clinicians and patients when care is guided by the principles of genuine compassion,” said Aghanya. “When a clinician’s communication style is tailored to meet a specific patient’s traits and characteristics, the patient will feel more comfortable in the clinician’s presence.” With humorous illustrations of clinician-patient scenarios and straightforward dialogues, this guidebook highlights how clinicians can encourage better communication with their patients. “Simple Tips to Developing a Productive Clinician-Patient Relationship” By: Nonye Aghanya ISBN: 978-1-5320-0802-3 (sc); 978-1-5320-0803-0 (hc); 978-1-5320-0804-7 (e) Available on iUniverse, Amazon and Barnes & Noble About the author Nonye Aghanya earned a master’s in science as a family nurse practitioner from Pace University in New York. With over 25 years of experience, she has worked in various home healthcare settings. She has co-owned and operated a private medical clinic for 6 years and currently works in a retail clinic setting. Born in Nigeria, Aghanya resides in Alexandria, Virginia with her husband and four daughters. ###


News Article | May 10, 2017
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NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Macquarie Group (“Macquarie”) (ASX:MQG; ADR:MQBKY), today announced appointments in equities research within its Commodities and Global Markets group. Caroline Levy joins as senior analyst covering beverages, household products and cosmetics, and Susan Donofrio as senior analyst covering aviation, including airlines, aerospace & defense, and aircraft leasing. Ms. Levy and Ms. Donofrio will be based out of Macquarie’s New York office. Christine Farkas, Managing Director and Head of U.S. Equity Research, said: “We are delighted to have Caroline and Susan join our coverage team. Caroline is a highly regarded consumer analyst who brings insightful research, deep corporate and client relationships, and a collaborative approach. Susan is well recognized in global aviation and brings proven industry knowledge, strong political and financial analysis as well as valuable company relationships across the sector. They are both great additions to the team and will add value to our growing client base.” Prior to joining Macquarie, Ms. Levy was a Managing Director and analyst at CLSA, where she covered beverage and household/cosmetics for seven years. Prior to that, she held a number of senior analyst roles in equities research at UBS (including managerial responsibilities), Schroders and Lehman Brothers. She leverages a wide network of industry contacts within beer, spirits, soft drinks and cosmetics, and is known for her consumer surveys and global views. Ms. Levy earned a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Cape Town. Ms. Donofrio has strong experience across industry and sell-side institutions. Most recently, she was an investor relations consultant to CIT Group related to its then planned spin of its aircraft leasing business, and also worked in investor relations and strategy for Hawaiian Airlines and Novartis. She has worked as a senior analyst covering airlines, aerospace and transports at Deutsche Bank, Fulcrum Global Partners and Cathay Financial. Ms. Donofrio earned a BA from Rutgers University and an MBA from Pace University. Macquarie Group (Macquarie) is a global provider of banking, financial, advisory, investment and funds management services. Macquarie’s main business focus is making returns by providing a diversified range of services to clients. Macquarie acts on behalf of institutional, corporate and retail clients and counterparties around the world. Founded in 1969, Macquarie operates in more than 70 office locations in 28 countries. Macquarie employs approximately 13,597 people and has assets under management of more than $A481.7 billion (as of March 17, 2017). Macquarie operates in the US as Macquarie Capital (USA) Inc., a member of FINRA and SIPC. Further information can be found at http://www.macquarie.com/us/corporate/research.


News Article | May 8, 2017
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NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FOX News has appointed Marianne Gambelli to President, Advertising Sales, announced Rupert Murdoch, Executive Chairman, 21st Century Fox. Gambelli will oversee advertising sales for both FOX News Channel (FNC) and FOX Business Network (FBN). She will begin her new role on May 22nd. In making the announcement, Murdoch said, “We are delighted to add Marianne to our executive management team. Her reputation for client management, along with her ability to monetize investments, seek out new and emerging technologies and create innovative media partnerships has made her a leader in the industry.” Gambelli added, “I'm proud to be representing the powerful FOX News brand and I am beyond excited to lead a very talented sales team to capitalize on this new era in news." Prior to joining FOX News, Gambelli served as Chief Investment Officer at Horizon Media where she managed their $7 billion investment portfolio. There she was responsible for a team of over 350 general market investment specialists and actively developed key new business acquisitions across top tier brands. She joined the company in 2012 from NBC Universal, where she most recently held the title of President of Sales and Marketing. During her 22 year tenure at NBC, Gambelli oversaw partnerships and strategy across NBC’s News, Sports and Entertainment brands, optimizing their $7 billion in media investments. In 2012, Advertising Age named Gambelli as one of the 100 Most Influential Women in Advertising and in 2002, she was honored as part of the American Advertising Women to Watch. While at NBC Universal, she was a member of GE’s Women’s Network and served as a Division NBC Universal Leader. She was also a Leader in the company’s Commercial Leadership Program. A graduate of Pace University with a Bachelor of Business degree in Marketing, Gambelli began her career on the agency side, working for Grey Advertising and Backer Speilvogel Bates. In 2016, she was awarded an Honorary Degree from Pace Pleasantville Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma. She is currently a Board Member of the International Radio and Television Society (IRTS) Foundation. FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service dedicated to delivering breaking news as well as political and business news. The number one network in cable, FNC has been the most-watched television news channel for 15 years and according to a Suffolk University/USA Today poll, is the most-trusted television news source in the country. Owned by 21st Century Fox, FNC is available in 90 million homes and dominates the cable news landscape, routinely notching the top ten programs in the genre.


Manchester, NH, May 18, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Manchester, NH:  MFA candidate Nadia Owusu published a short essay titled “My First Panic Attack” in the March 23 edition of The New York Times Metropolitan Diary. In the piece Nadia describes her move to New York from Kampala, Uganda, to start college at Pace University and recounts her harrowing adventures in the Big Apple. MFA candidate Kevin P. Keating was recently awarded the Cleveland Arts Prize, the oldest award of its kind in the United States and a testament to the standard of excellence and quality of artists in Northeast Ohio. Previous recipients include Toni Morrison, Rita Dove, and Harvey Pekar. Alumnus Elizabeth Rush has an essay titled “Stormy Waters” in the June edition of Harper’s Magazine, in which she and co-author Rebecca Elliott explore the battle over New York City's flood zones. A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/77f68c27-6d0c-45a0-a159-e4ee736fce78


Manchester, NH, May 18, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Manchester, NH:  MFA candidate Nadia Owusu published a short essay titled “My First Panic Attack” in the March 23 edition of The New York Times Metropolitan Diary. In the piece Nadia describes her move to New York from Kampala, Uganda, to start college at Pace University and recounts her harrowing adventures in the Big Apple. MFA candidate Kevin P. Keating was recently awarded the Cleveland Arts Prize, the oldest award of its kind in the United States and a testament to the standard of excellence and quality of artists in Northeast Ohio. Previous recipients include Toni Morrison, Rita Dove, and Harvey Pekar. Alumnus Elizabeth Rush has an essay titled “Stormy Waters” in the June edition of Harper’s Magazine, in which she and co-author Rebecca Elliott explore the battle over New York City's flood zones. A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/77f68c27-6d0c-45a0-a159-e4ee736fce78


Manchester, NH, May 18, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Manchester, NH:  MFA candidate Nadia Owusu published a short essay titled “My First Panic Attack” in the March 23 edition of The New York Times Metropolitan Diary. In the piece Nadia describes her move to New York from Kampala, Uganda, to start college at Pace University and recounts her harrowing adventures in the Big Apple. MFA candidate Kevin P. Keating was recently awarded the Cleveland Arts Prize, the oldest award of its kind in the United States and a testament to the standard of excellence and quality of artists in Northeast Ohio. Previous recipients include Toni Morrison, Rita Dove, and Harvey Pekar. Alumnus Elizabeth Rush has an essay titled “Stormy Waters” in the June edition of Harper’s Magazine, in which she and co-author Rebecca Elliott explore the battle over New York City's flood zones. A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/77f68c27-6d0c-45a0-a159-e4ee736fce78


News Article | May 23, 2017
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-- America Green Solar-AGS the company that has served as a career development agent for hundreds of new professionals, is starting its summer college initiative program for 2017.AGS is deeply committed to the development of students and recent graduates, and places strong focus in their development - offering a unique coaching program and career path. Today, AGS is the only company in the industry that offers such a program that incorporates all the tools and training needed for starting a successful career.In this occasion, students and recent graduates from NYU and Pace University have been chosen to join the team. The new trainees are coming from business school programs and are from different parts of the world.Even when AGS has an important number of professionals in its team, the greatest thing about the program is that EVRYONE can succeed. For AGS, the most important thing for being part of the program is to have a positive and inspiring attitude.AGS truly believes that the success of its employees contributes to the overall mission of the company, and places the strongest efforts in their training and guidance.The company is actively looking for new applicants that offer the BEST OF THE BEST to the team, and can rapidly be successful within the business. Applicants that have a passion for environmental sustainability and America's Clean Energy Movement are encouraged to apply - please send all resumes to savetheplanet@ americagreensolar.com


News Article | May 25, 2017
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Alegria & Barovick LLP recently hired legal assistant Abigail Okoro to help with its high volume of Social Security disability cases. “We instantly felt the effect of Abigail’s help, and the firm felt less overwhelmed with the growing workload,” said attorney Andrew Barovick, a founding partner of Alegria & Barovick LLP. “Abigail immediately made friends with and was welcomed by the two other legal assistants, thus increasing productivity and boosting morale.” Okoro will be gathering information from callers, performing initial case evaluations, meeting with Social Security disability clients and signing them up for the law group to take on their cases. “She will also be performing legal research and writing for motions and appeals,” added Barovick. “Overall, the law group hired Abigail because she stood out as a talented, intelligent individual with a good personality and work ethic.” “I’m enjoying it because there is so much going on. I’m always busy, so I usually feel like I’ve been productive at the end of the day,” noted Okoro. “It’s been rewarding to interact with the clients while helping them put their cases together.” Okoro, who is fluent in Yoruba (a West African language), is a recent graduate of the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, where she was a member of the Black Law Students Association, Corporate and Commercial Law Society and International Law Society. Okoro is waiting to pass the bar, and once she receives her license will start making court appearances. “In the near future, the firm plans to seek a bigger office that will accommodate our growing team and workload,” concluded Barovick. “Alegria & Barovick believes in fostering a team environment, and in maintaining our tradition of diversity among employees.” About Alegria & Barovick LLP Attorneys Andrew Barovick and Anselmo Alegria are the principals of Alegria & Barovick LLP, a New York litigation firm whose areas of practice include Social Security disability law, medical malpractice and personal injury. For more information, please call (914) 761-1133, or visit http://www.alegriabarovicklaw.com. About the NALA™ The NALA offers small and medium-sized businesses effective ways to reach customers through new media. As a single-agency source, the NALA helps businesses flourish in their local community. The NALA’s mission is to promote a business’ relevant and newsworthy events and achievements, both online and through traditional media. For media inquiries, please call 805.650.6121, ext. 361.


News Article | June 7, 2017
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A bill that bans the use of elephants in circuses and other forms of entertainment is headed to Governor Andrew Cuomo for his signature following passage in both houses of the New York State legislature. The “elephant protection act,” originated and lobbied by students of the Pace University Environmental Policy Clinic, supported by The Humane Society of the United States, and sponsored by State Senator Terrence Murphy (R-40) and Assemblymember Amy Paulin (D-88), cites the “physical and psychological harm due to the living conditions and treatment to which [elephants] are subjected.” Students of Pace’s Environmental Policy Clinic devoted their spring semester to assuring passage of the legislation which would make New York the first state in the nation to institute such a ban. They maintain that the methods used to train elephants have a direct impact on the survival of the species. “The elephant protection act reflects the values of my generation, who don’t want animals to suffer for the sake of human entertainment,” said Paola Idrovo, a student in Pace’s Environmental Policy Clinic. “Through the experience of writing and lobbying for the bill, we gained a first-hand understanding about the cruelty to which entertainment elephants are subjected and how that threatens the entire species.” “A performing elephant is a tortured elephant,” said Michelle Land, Pace clinical professor of environmental law and policy. “Given the global controversy about elephants in the wild, New York State has a duty to end these practices that foster false values and misinformation about the species. We believe New York’s leadership will embolden other states to prohibit performing elephants, and put an end to this barbaric relic of a bygone era.” Senator Terrence Murphy said, “It is a fact that elephants used for entertainment purposes suffer irreparable physical and psychological harm that shortens their lifespans. They spend a significant portion of their lives crammed inside trucks, trains or trailers, and then they are poked, prodded or shocked into performing tricks. Thankfully, we have come to our senses as a society and we no longer tolerate the abuse of performing elephants. We have taken a bold step as the first state to pass legislation outlawing elephants having to suffer for our amusement. Let us hope it starts a national and international trend.” “Performance elephants have been exploited and abused for too long,” Assemblywoman Amy Paulin said. “We can no longer ignore the cruelty that they have endured for our amusement. Confinement, torture and unhealthy living conditions have led to early death for these intelligent, gentle animals.” “Elephants are a treasured species, and there is growing popular support for their protection,” said Brian Shapiro, New York state director for The Humane Society of the United States. “We applaud Senator Murphy and Assemblymember Paulin for their leadership, and respectfully urge Governor Cuomo to sign this historic bill into law.” The Pace Environmental Policy Clinic trains undergraduate students through a program of learning and service that encourages students to apply their Pace University education to the solution of real-world problems in the professional world. This interdisciplinary course, housed within Dyson College, is an example of the “Pace Path,” where students apply classroom theory directly to a real-world experience, and is co-taught by Professors John Cronin and Land. About Dyson College of Arts and Sciences: Pace University’s liberal arts college, Dyson College offers more than 50 undergraduate and 14 graduate programs, spanning the arts and humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, and pre-professional programs (including pre-medicine, pre-veterinary, and pre-law), as well as numerous courses that fulfill core curriculum requirements. The College offers access to numerous opportunities for internships, cooperative education and other hands-on learning experiences that complement in-class learning in preparing graduates for career and graduate/professional education choices. About Pace University: Since 1906, Pace has educated thinking professionals by providing high quality education for the professions on a firm base of liberal learning amid the advantages of the New York metropolitan area. A private university, Pace has campuses in Lower Manhattan and Westchester County, NY, enrolling nearly 13,000 students in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs in its Lubin School of Business, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, College of Health Professions, School of Education, Elisabeth Haub School of Law, and Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems. http://www.pace.edu.


Patent
City University of New York, Pace University and Long Island University | Date: 2015-03-19

The present invention relates to novel antiviral compounds which are covalently attached to solid, macro surfaces. In another embodiment, the invention relates to novel antiviral compositions including a polymeric material and, embedded therein, an antiviral compound. In other embodiments, the invention relates to making a surface antiviral and making a polymeric material antiviral.

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