Capitol Hill Hears Testimony at Pace

Turmoil on Wall Street

A Lubin Classic: 6th Annual Golf Outing

Trade in the Americas: An Automotive Perspective

Kessler Elected Head of EAM

Fulbright Awards

Stephen Blank Delivers Keynote

9/11 Research Receives "Best Paper" Award

Two Teams Are Better Than One

Beta Alpha Psi Scores

NABA First Place Again

PUMA at the Big Easy

Outstanding Students of the Class of 2004 Honored

Beta Gamma Sigma Honorees

Students Host Lubin Industry Conference

MBA Finance Major Honored by Financial Women's Association

Induction Highlights for Omicron Delta Epsilon

  [eLubin]     June 2004
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Capitol Hill Hears Testimony at Pace
Dr. Matthew R. Morey, associate professor of finance, gave testimony about his widely publicized research on mutual funds on April 20, 2004, at the House Government Reform Committee Subcommittee on Government Efficiency and Financial Management, which was held at the Pace University downtown New York City campus.
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[Matthew R. Morey]

Turmoil on Wall Street
[Wall Street] Donald Kittell, executive vice president of the Securities Industry Association, spoke candidly with a group of Lubin faculty and administrators about the "Turmoil on Wall Street: What's Ahead for the Securities Industry" on April 15, 2004, at the Pace downtown New York City campus. The Freund Center for the Study of the Securities Markets sponsored Kittell's discussion.
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A Lubin Classic: 6th Annual Golf Outing
Over 100 golfers participated in the 6th Annual Lubin School of Business Golf Classic at Wheatley Hills Golf Club in East Williston, NY, on June 1, 2004. DELL was once again the title sponsor. Other major sponsors included JPMorganChase, MIM Corporation, Consolidated Bus Transit, Inc., Deloitte, and Patti & Sons, Inc.
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[Lubin Golf Outing]

Trade in the Americas: An Automotive Perspective
[Michael A. Warren] Dr. Michael A. Warren, manager of the Latin American Research Group at Toyota Motor North America, delivered an At the Center presentation on April 14, 2004, sponsored by the Center for Global Finance in association with the Center for International Business Development.
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FACULTY ACCOLADES
Kessler Elected Head of EAM
Eric H. Kessler, associate professor of Management, is president-elect of the Eastern Academy of Management (EAM) from May 2004 to May 2005. From May 2005 to May 2006, he will be the president of the association. The EAM, the northeastern regional affiliate of the Academy of Management (AOM), is the leading professional management association in more than 80 countries.
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[Eric H. Kessler]

Fulbright Awards
[Marc Scheinmann] Dr. Marc Scheinman, Marketing and International Business, is a Fulbright Senior Specialist at the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City for June and July 2004. Dr. Scheinman will focus on Mexico's role in the global automotive industry, delivering seminars to faculty, doctoral and MBA students. Dr. Stephen Blank, professor of Management and International Business, is the Fulbright/University of Montreal chair in American Political and Economic Studies for the 2004-2005 academic year.
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Stephen Blank Delivers Keynote
On May 11th, 2004, Dr. Stephen Blank, professor of Management and International Business, was the keynote speaker at the Regional Averell Harriman International Trade Awards in Tarrytown, New York. Dr. Blank discussed "North America: The New Frontier of International Business."
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[Stephen Blank]

9/11 Research Receives "Best Paper" Award
[Dr. Claudia Green] Dr. Claudia Green, associate professor of management and director of the Hotel Management Program, and co-authors P. Bartholomew and S. Murrman, are receiving the Best Paper Award in July 2004 at the International Conference on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Education for their research on the impact of 9/11 on the restaurant industry in Lower Manhattan.
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STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS
Two Teams Are Better Than One
Two Lubin teams competed in the mid-Atlantic district of the National Student Advertising Competition held in April 2004. Out of 22 NYC metropolitan area schools, the Pleasantville team (pictured at right) placed third and the New York team placed 10th. This is the second year in a row that a Pace team has finished in the top five.
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[Advertising Teams]

Beta Alpha Psi Scores
[Beta Alpha Psi] Iota Lambda, the Pace chapter of Beta Alpha Psi, the nationally recognized professional business and financial information fraternity, placed first in two out of four competitions at the annual Atlantic Coast Regional meeting in Philadelphia, PA: Most Innovation in Chapter Programs and Best Paper Competition.
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NABA First Place Again
Pace's student chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) attained first place status for the 3rd year in a row in their membership division for the range and quantity of their academic activities during the academic year.
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[NABA]

PUMA at the Big Easy
[PUMA] The Pace University Marketing Association (PUMA) won three awards at the 26th annual American Marketing Association Collegiate Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, in March. PUMA garnered awards for Outstanding Professional Development, Outstanding Communication, and Outstanding Membership Activities.
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Outstanding Students of the Class
of 2004 Honored

The outstanding graduates of the class of 2004, including Beta Gamma Sigma inductees, were recognized at ceremonies on the New York City campus on May 20, 2004, and on the Westchester campuses on May 21.
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[Lubin awards]


Beta Gamma Sigma Honorees
[John Boyd] The Lubin chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, the business honor society, inducted 136 students into the society as part of the Lubin Award ceremonies on the New York City and Pleasantville campuses. John Boyd '76 (pictured at left), president of EUR Systems, was honored as the 2003-2004 honoree for the Pace University chapter.
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Students Host Lubin Industry Conference
The second annual Lubin Industry Conference was held on April 15, 2004, at the Pace New York City downtown campus. Among the companies represented were Archipelago, the Bank of New York, Credit Suisse First Boston, Goldman Sachs, IBM, KPMG, MIM Corporation, and PWC.
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[Lubin Industry Conference]

MBA Finance Major Honored by Financial Women's Association
[Financial Women's Association] MBA student Fay Yei '04 (pictured second from right), received a scholarship from the Financial Women's Association (FWA) for 2004. Yei and two previous Lubin scholarship winners demonstrated their leadership skills by organizing a successful FWA networking event at Pace in April.
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Induction Highlights for Omicron Delta Epsilon
Lubin's Alpha Rho chapter of the economics honor society Omicron Delta Epsilon inducted 85 new members on April 29, 2004. Lisa Jackson, BBA/MBA '99, was the recipient of the 2004 Alumni Excellence Award. Faculty advisor Michael Szenberg is pictured at right with two inductees.
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[Omicron Delta Epsilon]


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