PLEASANTVILLE. N.Y. -- Here is a roundup of newsmakers and their news in brief from Pace University:
Pace School of Education alumna, Julianne Mabey, recently appeared with students on the daytime cooking show The Chew. Mabey, who teaches at The Studio School in Manhattan, and her students were featured for the school's innovative "Kitchen Sink" program, where children work with a Kitchen Science teacher to cook and serve a wholesome meal for the entire school. The clip can be viewed here via The Studio School.
Alumnus Peter S. Moeller, Director of Marketing and Communications, was named one of New Jersey’s “Best of the Best” under 40 in the field of marketing and communications by the New Jersey Advertising Club. Moeller handles marketing for business law firm Scarinci Hollenbeck.
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences professor, Brice Particelli, was published on The Big Roundtable, a journalism publication run by professors at Columbia's School of Journalism. The article discussed Particelli's experience paddling through the Bronx River. It can be read here.