In an aging society, Professor Jean Coppola’s work training students to help older people learn computing struck with various news media. In the last 2 months she has been covered in the Wall Street Journal, Business Wire, Phillyburbs.com and the New Rochelle Patch.
In an aging society, Professor Jean Coppola’s work training students to help older people learn computing struck with various news media. Coppola has most recently been interviewed in a Wall Street Journal article, but in the last 2 months she has also been covered in Business Wire, Phillyburbs.com and the New Rochelle Patch.
Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice included Pace criminal justice Professor Susan Herman in her panel of experts to reexamine a Long Island sex abuse case from the 1980s.
Associated Press: Pace Professor Susan Herman Empanelled for a Molestation Case Under Review
Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice included Pace criminal justice Professor Susan Herman in her panel of experts to reexamine a Long Island sex-abuse case from the 1980s.
The case, depicted in the documentary film “Capturing the Friedmans,” ended in the conviction of 18-year-old Jesse Friedman and his father Arnold for molesting children attending a computer school run out of the family’s home in Great Neck, N.Y.
The Associated Press piece was picked up by over 100 publications, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Seattle Press, The San Francisco Examiner, The Boston Globe, Law.com, and The Herald Online.
Hundreds of New York’s social-service organizations are short-changing the people they are supposed to serve by focusing on money-making schemes, according to a report released Wednesday by Pace. The report triggered a media flurry.
A media flurry was triggered by this morning’s story in the “Greater New York” section of the Wall Street Journal on a report from the Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship by its director, Rebecca Tekula. The report was implicitly critical of agencies that have money-making side businesses, mentioning Covenant House, the American Foundation for the Blind, the Boy Scouts of America, the Doe Fund, and God’s Love We Deliver.
The website of the Nonprofit Quarterly picked up the story, and it was tweeted by us and them. Other media have said they are likely to be doing stories of their own in the future
Editor in Chief of The Nonprofit Quarterly, Ruth McCambridge, added an editorial comment: “NPQ appreciates Tekula’s willingness to ask hard questions about this practice which is so widely promoted. And we absolutely agree that it needs further study.”
Additional coverage of the Wilson Center study of nonprofit organizations’ side businesses include a Fast Company write-up.