Lubin Graduates First Class in China

President of History Channel to Be Honored at 13th Annual Lubin Luncheon

At the Center: Blood on the Street
Let 'Em Eat Cake!

It's Tee Time...

AOM President Addresses Lubin Honor Students

Spring Break Field Studies on Two Continents

World Conference on Management Accounting Research

Alan Tucker Ranked Among Most Prolific Finance Authors

Flexibility Is the Key to Culture Change

Study in Thailand Proves Transformative

Stressed About Tax Time? VITA to the Rescue

Lubin Student News
Entrepreneurship

Pleasantville Accounting Society

Network at the Spring Banquet

LGS Holds First Elections

Network at the Lubin Industry Conference

Finance Club Offers Career Insights

  [eLubin]April 2005
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[Lubin Graduates First Class in China] Lubin Graduates First Class in China
In January 2005, after two years of intense study, 12 students from the inaugural class joyfully celebrated their graduation from the M.S. in Accounting program offered jointly by Pace University and Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SUFE). This was the first graduation of Pace University held outside the United States.
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President of History Channel to Be Honored at
13th Annual Lubin Luncheon

Daniel E. Davids, BBA '72, MBA '74, president of the History Channel, will be honored at the 13th Annual Lubin Alumni Achievement Award Luncheon to be held on December 2, 2005, at the JPMorgan Chase executive banquet hall in downtown New York City. For more information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Arleen Johnson, anjenterprises@optonline.net.
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[Daniel E. Davids]

At the Center: Blood on the Street
[Charles Gasparino] Charles Gasparino, DYS' 85, the award-winning journalist and Pace alumnus, discussed his new book, Blood on the Street, an inside story of how Wall Street analysts deceived millions of investors during the '90s bubble. During the lecture, Gasparino spoke about the lack of integrity among many analysts and pointedly faulted the financial regulators for allowing deceptive practices to occur.
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Let 'Em Eat Cake!
On March 3, 2005, the fascinated [and hungry] audience of Lubin faculty and students who gathered at the Pace New York City downtown campus to listen to the Entrepreneur in Residence lecture had a unique opportunity. They not only received some key tips on how to start and grow your own business but they also were able to taste some sumptuous samples of cakes made by Raven Patrick De'Sean Dennis, III—the famous Cake Man Raven.
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[Cake Man Raven]

It's Tee Time...
[Tee Time] Foursomes are still available! The Lubin School's 7th Annual Golf Classic will be held on Tuesday, May 31, 2005, at the Wheatley Hills Golf Club. Join us for golf on an outstanding private and challenging Devereux Emmett designed course, 5-star cuisine at a brunch and dinner/cocktail reception, fabulous raffle prizes, and silent and live auctions.
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AOM President Addresses Lubin Honor Students
As part of the Lubin Leaders and Scholars program, on Thursday, April 14, 2005, Dr. Denise Rousseau, the president of the Academy of Management (AOM), will visit Pace University's downtown New York City campus to deliver an evening address and meet with students. The author of six books and over a hundred articles on careers, employment, and human resource strategies, Rousseau is the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Organizational Behavior.
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[Dr. Denise Rousseau]

Spring Break Field Studies on Two Continents
[Lubin students at the Great Wall of China]
Lubin students at the Great Wall of China
Lubin Students Green Map An Area of Brazil. Under the guidance of Professor Claudia Green, management, 25 Lubin undergraduate students traveled to Parati, Brazil, as part of the MGT 347 Field Study in International Management course. The students made a Green Map of the Parati area, to be added to the Green Mapping System (GMS)—a global movement to chart important environmental and cultural sites using the GMS designed, award-winning universal visual language. China From an International Business Perspective. A group of Lubin graduate students also traveled to China as part of the Asian Business Strategies INB 670A Field Study. The Field Study was under the direction of Professors Alan Eisner and John Byrne. Students met with business leaders and participated in several cultural activities.
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World Conference on Management Accounting Research
John Y. Lee, Schaeberle Professor of Accounting at Pace, is co-chair of the 2nd AIMA World Conference on Management Accounting Research, to be held in Monterey, CA, in May 2005. Keynote speakers from Harvard, USC, and University of Rochester will discuss "New Methodologies and Paradigms."
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[Monterey]

Alan Tucker Ranked Among Most Prolific Finance Authors
[Alan Tucker] Finance Professor Alan Tucker has been ranked among the most prolific authors in finance literature in a listing of 200 authors that appeared in an article by Jean I. Heck and Philip L. Cooley, "Prolific Authors in the Finance Literature: A Half Century of Contributions," Journal of Finance Literature, Winter 2005.
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Flexibility Is the Key to Culture Change
A Distillation of Research by Robert F. Dennehy, Sandra Morgan, and Karen Lehrburger. When an art museum in a western U.S. city introduced major changes, its staff found they needed motivation and cooperation, as well as Organizational Development (OD) models, to accomplish the transition to a new culture.
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[Museum]

Study in Thailand Proves Transformative
[Thailand] The recipient of a Freeman Foundation Fellowship, Gary Sefcik, a finance major, spent the fall semester of his senior year at Thammasat University in Bangkok, Thailand. To further enrich his knowledge of SE Asia, Sefcik also had an internship in a government office. This transformative experience convinced him that his future career prospects lie in this part of the globe.
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Stressed About Tax Time? VITA to the Rescue
With April 15 fast approaching, the Pace University Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) is in full swing. One of the most successful and largest programs of its kind in NYC, the Pace VITA program, sponsored by Pace University's Iota Lambda Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi, offers free tax help to all comers. To be qualified to volunteer at the VITA site, Lubin accounting students receive training from the IRS and take a basic proficiency exam in preparing tax returns.
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[Beta Alpha Psi]


Lubin Student News
[Entrepreneurial students from Pace University and Appalachian State University]
Entrepreneurial students from Pace University and Appalachian State University

Entrepreneurship
On Thursday, February 17, 2005, the Pace Association for College Entrepreneurs/New York City welcomed a group of 13 students from the Association of Student Entrepreneurs from Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina, for a weekend of activities. The Pleasantville Association will compete in the Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) Regional Competition on April 8, 2005. Professor Bruce Bachenheimer is the faculty advisor for both groups. On March 3, 2005, students participating in the society attended the Harvard Business School Entrepreneurship Conference in Cambridge, MA.
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Pleasantville Accounting Society
On April 8, 2005, the Pleasantville Accounting Society will have a raffle to benefit Food Patch and the Pace University Environmental Center. Professor Barbara Farrell is the faculty advisor.
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Network at the Spring Banquet
Lubin's 5th Annual Spring Banquet will be held on April 27 from 5-8 p.m. at the Pace NYC downtown campus. This year's theme is "Business Strategies That Play a Vital Role in Everyday Life." Register by April 11, 2005. Sign up by sending an e-mail to lubinspringbanquet@pace.edu today.
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LGS Holds First Elections
The Lubin Graduate Society (LGS) Executive Board is holding elections for all its executive board positions for the coming academic year. Promoting leadership, professionalism, and friendships among Lubin graduate students, the LGS organizes career-related or cultural activities as well as monthly pizza parties and socials.
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Network at the Lubin Industry Conference
The third annual Lubin Industry Conference will be held on Thursday, April 28th from 10:30AM to 2:30PM at the Pace NYC downtown campus. The theme is networking and students will have opportunities to connect with corporate executives and learn about resume building, interviewing skills, and networking.
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Finance Club Offers Career Insights
This semester, the student-run Pace Finance Club will be hosting visits from specialists Robert Diamant from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York; entrepreneur Robert Robinson, a successful e-company owner; and Vincent Blazewicz, LSB '79, of Certified Financial Services, LLC, to explore ways to build a successful financial career. Trips to the Museum of American Financial History and the New York Stock Exchange are also planned.
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