The Pace University faculty who teach our online degree completion programs include dedicated educators, experienced professionals, and well-published researchers with a deep knowledge and passion for their discipline. Many of the same professors who teach our online degree completion programs have spent decades working for Pace University and have helped to reimagine coursework specifically for online learning.

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Uzoamaka Anakwe, PhD
Lubin School of Business
+1 (212) 618-6585

Uzoamaka Anakwe, PhD

Associate Professor
Dr. Uzomaka Anakwe is a dedicated and experienced educator with over 25 years of teaching experience in the field of business administration. Her areas of professional interest include domestic and international organizational behavior and theory, human resource management, diversity, and cultural sensitivity. Her research is well-published in scholarly journals, book chapters, exercises and reviews as well as multiple research conferences and presentations. Dr. Anakwe also serves as a peer reviewer for multiple scholarly journals including the Journal of Managerial Issues and has received numerous awards and grants for her research and peer review efforts. Dr. Anakwe holds a PhD in Business Administration from Drexel University. She also earned a Master of Business Administration from Dalhousie University in Canada and a Bachelors in Business Administration from the University of New Brunswick in Canada.
Karen Berger, PhD
Lubin School of Business
+1 (914) 773-3716

Karen Berger, PhD

Professor, Associate Dean and Director of Undergraduate Programs
Dr. Karen Berger has been a professor of marketing at Pace University for 30 years. Throughout her time at the University, she has maintained close connections to marketing firms, most recently providing pro bono work in order to write case studies that her students can work with and learn from to better their own understanding. Her current research includes the effect of social media and online consumer reviews on consumer behavior and the analysis of current business problems in the form of case studies for use in the classroom. She has authored numerous articles in publications such as the Business Case Journal, the Journal of Business Ethics, and the Journal of Marketing in Higher Education. Dr. Berger holds a PhD and a Master of Philosophy in Marketing from New York University. She also earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Connecticut and a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics and French from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
James Brusseau, PhD
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences

James Brusseau, PhD

Dr. James Brusseau’s extensive academic career includes teaching undergraduate and graduate philosophy courses in Mexico, Europe and the United States for more than 14 years. His teaching specialties include continental philosophy, the history of philosophy and ethics. He is the author of seven books on philosophy and ethics including Dignity, Pleasures, Vulgarity (2017), Business Ethics Workshop (2011) and Decadence of the French Nietzche (2004). Prior to joining Pace University in 2008, he taught philosophy at California State University-Fullerton. Dr. Brusseau earned a PhD in Philosophy from Pennsylvania State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Vassar College.
Mr. Ward Carpenter
Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems

Mr. Ward Carpenter

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Professor Carpenter is a knowledgeable educator with over 10 years of experience. He specializes in distance education for associate and bachelor’s degree seekers and was also the former director of Pace University’s National Coalition for Telecommunications Education and Learning (NACTEL) program. Before he began teaching at Pace, Professor Carpenter gained over 30 years of professional experience in the telecommunications industry. He worked with top companies such as IBM and AT&T in various positions related to project management, network installation and network design. Professor Carpenter earned a Master of Arts in Organizational Communications and a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Media from the University of Northern Colorado.
Sheila Chiffriller, PhD
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
+1 (914) 773-3673

Sheila Chiffriller, PhD

Professor
Dr. Sheila Chiffriller has taught undergraduate and graduate psychology at Pace University for 16 years. She conducts research specializing in interpersonal dating violence, understanding and preventing violence, and the physical well-being of adolescents. In addition to teaching, Dr. Chiffriller has been a licensed psychologist since 2006, counseling clients ranging across the lifespan from preschoolers to retirees. She has authored and co-authored numerous academic articles in publications including the Journal of School Counseling, the North American Journal of Psychology, and Psychological Reports. Dr. Chiffriller holds a PhD in Counseling Psychology, a Master of Science in Counseling and Personnel Services, and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, all from Fordham University.
Imran Chowdhury, PhD
Lubin School of Business
+1 (212) 618-6578

Imran Chowdhury, PhD

Assistant Professor
Dr. Imran Chowdhury has several years of experience teaching courses in international management, strategic management and entrepreneurship. Prior to coming to Pace, Dr. Chowdhury gained professional experience in international development and public health both in the U.S. and in Malawi, Uganda. His research interests include organizational balance of social and economic demands. In addition, Dr. Chowdhury has received numerous honors and awards, including a Fulbright Fellowship, for excellence in teaching, research and writing. Dr. Chowdhury holds a PhD in Business Administration from the ESSEC Business School in France. He also earned a Master of Science in Management from INSEAD in France and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Geography from Hunter College.
Jane Collins, PhD
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
+1 (914) 773-3302

Jane Collins, PhD

Professor
As a professor of creative writing and literature at Pace University, Dr. Jane Collins is committed to finding effective ways to make students feel strongly supported and able to construct their own identities as creative writers. She regularly publishes literary criticism, theater reviews and poetry, and has presented research papers at numerous conferences and symposiums including the Humanities Education and Research Association National Conference and the FRN National Symposium. Dr. Collins earned a PhD in English from The Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York and a Master of Arts in English from Queens College, City University of New York. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Rutgers College.
Jennifer D’Agostino, PhD
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences

Jennifer D’Agostino, PhD

Adjunct Professor
Jennifer D’Agostino has taught undergraduate psychology courses at Pace University since 2010. Her research interests include animal-assisted therapy, equine-assisted psychotherapy, ecotherapy, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and trauma-informed treatment. In addition to teaching, D’Agostino has a private practice as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and National Certified Counselor (NCC) specializing in therapy with adolescents, children, adults, families and couples. She has also worked in psychiatric hospitals, non-profit agencies and residential programs. D’Agostino is currently pursuing a PhD in Mental Health Counseling at Pace University. She holds a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Pace University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Political Science from Northeastern University.
Jean Deniro, MA
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences

Jean Deniro, MA

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Jean Deniro has been an educator in the field of communications for over 10 years. Her teaching interests include mass media, interpersonal communications among cultures and organization communications. She became interested in teaching online courses while in graduate school and has made a committed effort to be an accessible and flexible online partner in her students’ academic efforts. Deniro is also an expert at helping her students to apply learned organizational communications skills in their current professional lives. Deniro earned her master’s degree from New York University.
Carolyn Ellison
Lubin School of Business
+1 (201) 249-0337

Carolyn Ellison

Adjunct Associate Professor
With over 30 years of experience in the marketing field, Carolyn Ellison is deeply committed to sharing her expertise with her students. Her proficiency in corporate branding and strategy have led to leadership and consulting positions with for- and not-for-profit companies. Aside from her professorship at Pace University, Ellison served as an adjunct professor at Rutgers University, Touro College, and the New York Institute of Technology. She previously served as the Vice President of Marketing for Scholastic Book Fairs and the Executive Director of the Black Executive Exchange Program at the National Urban League in New York, NY. She currently spearheads corporate social responsibility for the Mid-Atlantic Region of Turner Construction. Ellison earned a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Arts in Telecommunication from Michigan State University.
Barbara Farrell, CPA, EdD
Lubin School of Business
+1 (914) 773-3489

Barbara Farrell, CPA, EdD

Professor and iPace Liaison
Dr. Barbara Farrell has over 35 years of teaching experience, including 21 years of teaching in the online environment. Her teaching interests include internal auditing, forensic accounting and how to utilize data analytics for financial forecasting and investigation. Prior to her career in academia, Dr. Farrell served as a CPA for a top public accounting firm and a chief audit executive in the private industry. She maintains in close contact with her former colleagues, much to her students’ benefit. Dr. Farrell received her EdD in Education Administration from Columbia University. She also earned a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Pace University.
Antonia Garcia-Rodriguez, PhD
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
+1 (212) 346-1415

Antonia Garcia-Rodriguez, PhD

Professor and Chair, Modern Languages and Cultures Department
Dr. Antonia Garcia-Rodriguez is the Chair of the Modern Languages and Cultures Department at Pace University and teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses. Dr. Garcia-Rodriguez has published numerous articles in academic journals, and she is the co-author of the book Latin America and The World. She has also presented at several academic conferences and symposiums including the Pennsylvania Foreign Language Conference and the National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies’ regional conference. She is the recipient of the Pace University Employee Recognition Diversity Award and the Pace University Kenan Award for Teaching Excellence. Dr. Garcia-Rodriguez earned both a PhD and a Master of Arts from The University of Binghamton. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts from Montclair University.
Pradeep Gopalakrishna
Lubin School of Business
+1 (212) 618-6456

Pradeep Gopalakrishna

Professor and Undergraduate Program Chair
Dr. Pradeep Gopalakrishna is an insightful educator with over 25 years of experience teaching marketing at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels. In addition to his time in the classroom, Dr. Gopalakrishna has held sever administrative positions over the span of his career. His research interests include cross-cultural research with an emphasis on India and the U.S., business case studies and other pedagogical research. Dr. Gopalakrishna has published more than 20 peer-reviewed articles in scholarly journals such as the Journal of Business Research and the Journal of International Consumer Marketing. Dr. Gopalakrishna received his PhD in Marketing from the University of North Texas and his Master of Business Administration from North Texas State University.
Patricia Healy
Lubin School of Business
+1 (914) 773-3661

Patricia Healy

Associate Professor and Undergraduate Program Chair
Dr. Patricia Healy is an expert educator in the business industry with demonstrated skills in financial accounting, auditing and domestic and international financial reporting standards. She serves as a financial consultant and has prior experience as a full-time auditor. Her research interests include the impact of Sarbanes-Oxley and changes in auditing procedures. She holds a Master of Business Administration in Accounting from Rutgers University.
Darren Hayes, DPS
Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
+1 (212) 346-1005

Darren Hayes, DPS

Assistant Professor
Dr. Hayes has expertise in digital forensics and cybersecurity and as such, was listed as a Top 10 Computer Forensics Professor by Forensics Colleges. Additionally, he developed Pace University’s computer forensics program, fully-equipped with a research laboratory at the Seidenberg School. He is well researched with numerous peer reviewed articles and often involves his students in research that supports law enforcement agencies domestically and internationally. He also serves as a professional consultant in computer forensics and cyberlaw for New York City’s Department of Education and has been declared as an expert witness in U.S. Federal Court. Dr. Hayes earned his DPS in Computing and a Master of Science in Information Systems from Pace University. He also holds a Higher Degree in Business Studies in Banking and Finance and a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University College of Dublin in Ireland.
Alvin Hwang
Lubin School of Business
+1 (212) 618-6573

Alvin Hwang

Professor and Director of AACSB Accreditation
Alvin Hwang is an experienced educator in the field of international management and management. He also runs a doctoral seminar in cross-cultural management and works with first-year undergraduate students to aid in their transition to college life. His research interests include management learning and education as well as cross-cultural differences. He is a highly-regarded researcher and peer reviewer who has received numerous Outstanding Reviewer awards from the Academy of Management and has received best paper awards in multiple issues of the Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education.
Erica Kipp, PhD
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
+1 (212) 346-1256

Erica Kipp, PhD

Professor
Dr. Erica Kipp is the former Director of Biology Laboratories at Pace and has over ten years of experience teaching general biology, ecology, environmental science, and plant biology. She mentors students in the teaching and research labs. Her research interests include studying heat stress in plants as a consequence of climate age and studying how students learn biology using technology and online learning. She received a Teaching Award from the National Association of Biology Teachers and was given the Pace University President’s Faculty Extra Mile Award.
Marie Kittelstad
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences

Marie Kittelstad

Adjunct Professor
Marie Kittelstad is a dedicated educator in the field of communications and a freelance blogger who writes about digital marketing, lifestyle, and travel. Her teaching interests include public speaking, pragmatic communication, and workplace communication. Kittelstad has experience developing online courses that help students get acclimated to higher education and learning online. Outside of the classroom, she has professional experience working for high-profile organizations such as MasterCard and the Social Security Administration. Kittelstad earned a Master of Science in Teaching and a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, both from Pace University.
Jessica Magaldi, JD
Lubin School of Business
+1 (212) 618-6415

Jessica Magaldi, JD

Assistant Professor
Dr. Jessica Magaldi is a highly-qualified educator who prides herself on teaching legal studies to business students and directing Pace University’s Beta Gamma Sigma chapter, the preeminent honor society for business students. Doctor Magaldi was awarded the Outstanding Chapter Advisor Award in 2016. Aside from her time in the classroom, Dr. Magaldi has professional experience as a technology lawyer with a broad background and experience in internet and technology law, IP and privacy law, corporate and employment law, litigation support and alternative resolution. She also provides pro bono consulting and serves as an arbitrator in the New York City small claims court. Dr. Magaldi earned her JD from New York University. She also earned her Bachelor of Science from the State University of New York at Albany with honors.
Mary Margaret Minnis, PhD
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
+1 (914) 773-3857

Mary Margaret Minnis, PhD

Lecturer
Dr. Peggy Minnis is an experienced online educator who developed the first massive open online course (MOOC) offered at Pace. Her teaching interests include geographic information systems (GIS), consumer chemistry, and environmental chemistry. Dr. Minnis advises and assists undergraduate and graduate students in their efforts to create and prevent their theses. She holds professional memberships with the American Chemical Society and the Northeast Arc Users Group (NEARC), an independent regional organization that represents GIS users in the New England and New York regions. Dr. Minnis earned a PhD in Environmental Science and a Master of Environmental Science from the State University of New York College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Marywood University.
Augustine Mascuilli, PhD
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
+1 (914) 773-3935

Augustine Mascuilli, PhD

Associate Professor
Dr. Augustine Mascuilli develops and teaches technical math for online and on campus students. His teaching interests include elementary statistics, calculus, mathematical structures for computer science, and finite mathematics. He has worked closely with a program Pace University hosts in collaboration with the National Coalition for Telecommunications Education and Learning (NACTEL) to train network technicians in the telecommunications industry. Dr. Mascuilli earned a PhD and a Master of Arts from the State University of New York at Albany. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts from Pace University.
Patrick McGuigan, DPS
Lubin School of Business
+1 (914) 773-3918

Patrick McGuigan, DPS

Clinical Professor and Director
Dr. Patrick McGuigan is a practice-oriented professor who guides students into using their business school experience as a launch pad into their career. Dr. McGuigan also serves as a lead consultant in the management field with a focus on finding practical solutions to improve productivity and leverage existing business models. He is well-published in his field, with publications that highlight best practices in management and education. Dr. McGuigan is also a member of a number of professional organizations including the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Society of Financial Services Professionals. Dr. McGuigan earned his DPS in Management from Pace University. He also holds a Master of Arts in Applied Psychology from Fairfield University and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science from Sacred Heart University.
Ms. Cindy Penchina
Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems

Ms. Cindy Penchina

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Professor Penchina teaches undergraduate, graduate and continuing education courses in Web design principles and applications. Outside of the classroom, Penchina is a successful entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in online and traditional marketing, website design and Web application development. Professor Penchina has over twenty years of experience developing Web marketing strategies for a wide range of clients, evolving her expertise with the Internet. She is currently the founder and president of Hudson Fusion, a premier marketing agency that provides businesses of varying sizes with Web technologies and digital marketing solutions. Professor Penchina earned a Master of Science in Instructional Technology from the New York Institute of Technology and a Master of Science in Speech and Language Services from Winthrop University. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Speech and Language Pathology from Hofstra University.
Noushi Rahman, PhD
Lubin School of Business
+1 (212) 618-6446

Noushi Rahman, PhD

Professor
Dr. Noushi Rahman is a dedicated management educator with over 15 years of experience teaching in higher education. His teaching interests include strategic management, competitive strategy and corporate strategy. He is well-researched in the field with a focus on competitive and cooperative strategies, corporate social and environmental responsibility and corporate misconduct. Twice, Dr. Rahman won the Best Paper Award from the Academy of Management Conference and his research has been published in numerous scholarly journals including The Journal of Business Ethics, Business & Society, and Long Range Planning. Dr. Rahman earned a PhD in Business and a Master of Business Administration from the City University of New York. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Management from the University of South Alabama.
Gregory Ramsay, PhD
Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems

Gregory Ramsay, PhD

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Dr. Ramsay has over 25 years of experience teaching in higher education, both onsite and online. He has developed online coursework in integrity issues, labor history, computer operating systems, multimedia design, and end user information systems. He has authored numerous magazine articles on computer networking, hardware, and software in addition to coauthoring a book on business opportunities in the 21st century. Prior to becoming an educator, Dr. Ramsay served in the military as an Air Force Weather Officer and a Systems Planning Program Manager. Dr. Ramsay earned a PhD in Education Administration and Management from LaSalle University. He also holds a Master of Science in in Computer Science and Information Resource Management from Webster University and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a specialty in Corporate Finance from Upper Iowa University.
Igor Rudychev, PhD
Lubin School of Business
+1 (212) 618-6560

Igor Rudychev, PhD

Adjunct Professor
Dr. Rudychev is an extremely knowledgeable educator in the management field with a teaching focus in business analytics as well as management science and production management concepts. Dr. Rudychev also serves as a Senior Business Insights Director of Immuno-Oncology at AstraZeneca, a multinational pharmaceutical company. He has over 15 years of experience as a business consultant in the pharmaceutical industry, providing management and direction to top companies such as Bayser and Pfizer. His work with Pfizer earned him the 2015 SPCO Excellence Award. He also provides disaster and humanitarian relief on a volunteer basis, having helped raise money for earthquake relief in Japan and Haiti. Dr. Rudychev earned a PhD and a Master of Science in Optimization in Superstring Theory and Black Holes. He also holds a Master of Business Administration in Finance, Analytical Finance and Human Resources from the University of Chicago where he graduated on the Dean’s List.
David Sachs, EdD
Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
+1 (914) 773-3319

David Sachs, EdD

Professor
Dr. David Sachs has nearly 20 years of experience teaching in the online environment and is the former assistant and associate dean of Information Technology for Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems. He also founded the Pace Computer Learning Center and the award-winning NACTEL program, where he served as co-director, helping to provide associate and bachelor’s degrees in telecommunications. His research interests include social media, telehealth, and online learning. He is well-published in conference materials as well as scholarly journals such as the Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks. Additionally, he has received over $1 million in funding for his work with Telehealth Intervention Programs for Seniors (TIPS), a program intended to provide remote patient monitoring services to adults in New York and Pennsylvania. Dr. Sachs earned an EdD in Educational Administration and a Master of Education in Educational Administration from Columbia University’s Teaching College. He also holds a Master of Art in English from New York University and a Bachelor of Art in Philosophy from Colgate University.
Meghan Seixas, MPA
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
(914) 773-3627

Meghan Seixas, MPA

Adjunct Professor
Professor Meghan Seixas is an adjunct professor at Pace University and the Graduate Academic Advisor for the Psychology department in Pleasantville. Her teaching specialties include Public Administration, Organizational Planning and Industrial Psychology. Prior to her tenure at Pace, Professor Seixas worked in both the Technology and Non-Profit sectors. Professor Seixas received a Master’s in Public Administration with a concentration in Non-Profit Management from Pace University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Nyack College.
James F. Stenerson, PhD
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
+1 (914) 773-3317

James F. Stenerson, PhD

Adjunct Associate Professor and Executive Director, Faculty Center for Innovative Teaching & Professional Development
James F. Stenerson, PhD is a professor, co-advisor to the Gay-Straight Alliance student organization, and the executive director of the Faculty Center for Innovative Teaching & Professional Development. His long list of scholarly achievements includes papers, presentations, lectures, and conference and roundtable facilitation at conferences and roundtables on faculty development and information technology. He developed and taught the first online public speaking course and designed and implemented a full-motion video conferencing network for the delivery of courses between Pace University campuses. Dr. Stenerson holds a PhD in Information Science with a concentration in the Philosophy of Technology from Long Island University. He also earned a Master of Arts in Media Studies from The New School.
Ruth Anne Thompson, Ph.D
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
+1 (914) 773-3855

Ruth Anne Thompson, Ph.D

Professor Emerita
Dr. Ruth Anne Thompson teaches in the English Department and has served as Associate Dean of Dyson College. She serves also as editor and advisor for the Pace masters theses on Public Safety and Homeland Security. Dr. Thompson has published extensively on 19th century American literature and co-authored two books and several articles on the magazines and journals of the times. She has also served as the President of the International Children’s Literature Association. Dr. Thompson earned her Ph.D. and her M.A. in English from Fordham University where she taught and served as Assistant Dean, and a B.A. from the College of New Rochelle in English and Communications.
Stuart A. Varden, EdD
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
+1 (914) 989-8627

Stuart A. Varden, EdD

Professor Emeritus
Dr. Stuart A. Varden has been teaching with Pace University for over 30 years where he has developed and taught several online courses. His teaching and research interests include database management systems, telecommunications, and information systems. He has extensive research experience and is well-published in scholarly journals and conference materials. He is a former president of the Education Special Interest Group of the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP/EDSIG) and remains active with a number of professional organizations including AITP/EDSIG, the Institute for the Certification of Computer Professionals, and the Foundation for Information Technology Education. Dr. Varden earned an EdD in Educational Administration from Columbia University. He also holds a Master of Science in Computer Sciences from the Stevens Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Columbia University.
Andrés Villagrá, PhD
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
+1 (212) 346-1935

Andrés Villagrá, PhD

Professor, Dyson Liasion
Dr. Andrés Villagrá is an experienced educator who is leading online adult education initiatives for multidisciplinary programs focusing on professional communications for students returning to the University to complete their degree. He has held several leadership positions in academic governance, including the role of associate dean of academic affairs for the Dyson College. His research interests include Spanish literary studies and applied technology in the classroom. His research has been published in numerous academic journals within the United States, Europe and Latin America. Dr. Villagrá holds a PhD in Spanish Literature, Language, and Culture from Syracuse University. He also earned a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology from Pace University.
Sheldon Wayman
Lubin School of Business
+1 (212) 618-6449

Sheldon Wayman

Adjunct Professor
Sheldon Wayman is a dedicated educator with a wealth of professional experience in marketing research services. He serves as the president of The Wayman Group, Inc., a customized marketing research consulting company. Wayman leads the company in business-to-business, consumer, high-tech and pharmaceutical research that’s helped hundreds of business managers to learn creative selling and product development strategies. His research methodologies include online, mall intercept, and interviewing strategies as well as the use of clickers and onsite techniques at exhibitions and industry events. Wayman earned a Master of Business Administration in Marketing and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing Research from the City University of New York.
Marilyn Weigold, PhD
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
+1 (914) 773-3457

Marilyn Weigold, PhD

Clinical Assistant Professor and University Historian
Dr. Marilyn Weigold is a professor of history at Pace University and serves as the Assistant Chair of the Department of Economics, History and Political Science. She specializes in the regional and environmental history of the New York area. Dr. Weigold is the author several books including Long Island Sound: Its People, Places and Environment (2004); Yonkers in the Twentieth Century (2014); and Peconic Bay: Four Centuries of History on Long Island’s North and South Forks (2015). She is the recipient of numerous fellowships, grants and awards including the Pace University Kenan Award for Teaching Excellence. Dr. Weigold earned a PhD in History and a Master of Arts in History from St. John’s University. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from Good Counsel College.
Paul Ziek, PhD
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
+1 (914) 773-3672

Paul Ziek, PhD

Associate Professor
Dr. Paul Ziek is an assistant professor at Pace University and serves as the Chairperson of the Department of Media, Communications, and Visual Arts. Dr. Ziek has authored and co-authored numerous academic articles in publications including the International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, Celebrity Studies, and the Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management. He has also presented at several esteemed research conferences across the country. Dr. Ziek earned a PhD in Communication from Rutgers University and a Master of Arts in Media Ecology from New York University. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Rutgers University.