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Featured FACULTYMelissa S. Cardon, PhD Associate Professor of ManagementPrior to joining Lubin, Melissa Cardon was a human resources analyst for Key Bank, where she managed organizational compliance with EEO/AA regulations. Cardon's research focuses on human resources and entrepreneurial passion and behaviors, and she has published articles in journals such as the Academy of Management Review, the Journal of Business Venturing, and Human Resource Management. She has won several awards for her research, as well as for her teaching and student mentoring.Tom JonesDistinguished Professor-in-Residence in the Practice of Accounting Tom Jones joined Lubin in 2009 as both a distinguished professor and director of the Lubin Center for the Study of International Accounting Standards. For decades, Jones has been a leader in the field of international accounting, holding numerous senior policy-making positions, including vice chairman at the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB). He also has more than 40 years of hands-on experience, including spending 20 years in senior financial positions at Citibank/Citicorp, and has been elected to the Financial Executives International Accounting Hall of Fame. Jones brings his star power to Pace, where he plans to advance its thought-leadership position in the area of international accounting standards and help develop relevant coursework and research. As the world moves toward adopting a single accounting language, Jones will play a pivotal role in designing Pace's financial accounting curriculum to reflect the International Financial Reporting Standards.Aron A. Gottesman, PhD Associate Professor of Finance and EconomicsAron Gottesman is Pace's resident expert in financial markets, financial intermediation, mutual funds, managerial finance, and capital markets. He has published many articles in journals such as the Journal of Banking and Finance and the Journal of Empirical Finance, and his research has been reviewed in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Forbes, and BusinessWeek. He has also won numerous awards and research grants, including both a grant and doctoral fellowship from the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.Lubin School of BusinessIpshita Ray, PhD Assistant Professor of Marketing Ipshita Ray came to Pace with a wealth of knowledge in customer relationship management and advertising effectiveness. She is the recipient of a variety of awards, including Outstanding Professor of the Year (2002), the International Communication Association Excellence in Teaching Award (1998), and the National Championship in Public Speaking (sponsored by the United Nations in India, 1993). In 2008, Ray was part of the Advertising Education Foundation's Visiting Professor Program, where she worked with the host advertising agency, DDB, Chicago on the McDonald's, Budweiser, Wrigley's, and State Farm accounts.38

Featured FacultySeidenberg School of Computer Science and Information SystemsPauline Mosley, DPS Associate Professor of Information TechnologyIt's rare that a student enters a classroom filled with LEGO® bricks - but it's not an uncommon sight in Pauline Mosley's courses. With more than 20 years of experience in both academic and professional computer science environments, Mosley teaches and engages students through her Problem Solving Using LEGO® Robotics class. Using hands-on techniques and programming skills, students learn how to use a LEGO® model to solve a real-world problem. A proponent of service-learning, Mosley also encourages her students to take a LEGO® robotics presentation to an area school, where students teach children how to use the LEGO® systems. Li-Chiou Chen, PhD Associate Professor of Information TechnologyTackling topics such as exploring countermeasures against Internet-based attacks, investigation of the dynamics of diffusion in various network structures, and detection of anomaly patterns in network traffic, Li-Chiou Chen brings years of research and knowledge to the Information Technology Department. Her research interests are focused on combining artificial intelligence, simulation modeling, and social network analysis to conduct technological and policy analysis in the area of information security.Chienting Lin, PhD Associate Professor of Information TechnologyChienting Lin has worked with his colleagues on security and intrusion detection in connection with the school's designation as one of only two National Centers of Excellence in Information Assurance in the New York Metropolitian Area. His research interests center on information assurance and network security, digital government and e-commerce applications, knowledge management systems, and implementation of enterprise systems. Lin's research has appeared in numerous prestigious publications, including the Journal of Management Information Systems, Decision Support Systems, Social Science Computer Review, Journal of the American Society for Information Science, and IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence.Christelle Scharff, PhD Associate Professor of Computer ScienceChristelle Scharff obtained her PhD in Computer Science from the Henri Poincaré University in Nancy, France and did her research at LORIA and INRIA Lorraine. She continues to apply her research in automated deduction and theorem proving to software and hardware verification. Scharff believes that in today's environment "software proofs have become crucial and provide assurances that cannot be obtained simply through testing." She recently spent a year in Senegal through a grant from the National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Agency, introducing the use of mobile computing to aid in the promotion of sustainable economic development and is currently teaching a course in mobile applications to Pace students.39