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The Professor Is In: Q&A with P.V. Viswanath

Lubin Finance Professor P.V. Viswanath talks culture, finance, polyglotism, and his interests from Jay Leno to film editing. >>Read More

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The Professor Is In: Q&A with Jonathan Hill

Seidenberg Associate Dean and Creative Labs founder Jonathan Hill, DPS, talks chicken coops, HBO’s Girls, Rasputin, and much more in this month’s The Professor Is In. >>Read More

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The Professor Is In: Q&A with Emilie Zaslow

In this Professor Is In, Emilie Zaslow, PhD, talks feminism and family, dinner guests and Downton Abbey, and more! >>Read More

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The Professor Is In: Q&A with Brian Evans

School of Education Professor Brian Evans, EdD, has taken a quick rest on his quest to travel the world just long enough to tell us what he loves about teaching, nerds in academia, and Antarctica! >>Read More

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The Professor Is In

College of Health Professions Professor Elizabeth Berro discusses The Walking Dead, what she values most in her students, and more in the latest Professor Is In. >>Read More

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The Professor Is In: Q&A with Andrés Villagrá

Dyson Associate Dean Andrés Villagrá talks his love of languages, what he values in his students, and more in this month’s The Professor Is In. >>Read More

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The Professor Is In: Q&A with Allen Oren

Dyson Professor Allen Oren talks about his Emmy nod, his years in the Holy Land, what it takes to get an “A” in his class, and much more in this month’s The Professor Is In. >>Read More

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The Professor Is In: Q&A with Kathy Winsted

Professor Kathy Winsted talks about her days riding a motorcycle to work for Jimmy Carter, words of advice for students, why she gave up calculus, and more, in this month’s The Professor Is In. >>Read More

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The Professor Is In: Q&A with Jim Lawler

Did you know that Seidenberg Professor Jim Lawler is an undercover history buff and world traveler? When he’s not meeting penguins in Patagonia and the Sultan in Oman, read how he gave up being a corporate exec for encouraging students to help underprivileged members of society in this month’s The Professor Is In! >>Read More

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The Professor Is In: Q&A with Bill Offutt

History Professor Bill Offutt discusses why he gave up law for teaching, how he survived on bottle deposits in Germany, the five people he’d have over for dinner, and more, in this month’s The Professor Is In. >>Read More

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The Professor Is In: Q&A with Claudia Green

Lubin professor Claudia Green, who’s involved with a sustainability initiative in preparation for the World Cup and Olympics in Brazil, talks about travelling with students, how a birthday card changed the lives of her and her family, and much more in the third installment of The Professor Is In! >>Read More

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The Professor Is In: Q&A with Chris Walther

What do Jessica Biel and Gandhi have in common? Let Professor Chris Walther tell you. Check out part two in our new series, The Professor Is In. >>Read More

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The Prof Is In: Q&A with Karla Jay

The Prof Is In: Q&A with Karla Jay

The first in our brand new series, The Professor Is In. Pace student Jordan Veilleux ’13 sits down with Professor Karla Jay to discuss what she loves about Pace students, the five people she’d have over for a dinner party, filleting sardines, and much more!

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