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Professor Elena Donovan Mauer is the Deputy Editor of The Bump, where she works with top writers, OB-GYNs, pediatricians and other industry leaders to deliver high-quality fertility, pregnancy and parenting information to millions of expectant and new parents. Professor Mauer is responsible for all editorial for The Bump magazines, a large network of local pregnancy […]


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Faculty in the Spotlight: Prof. Paul Levitz   Seemed like a good idea—start the new class on Transmedia and the Future of Publishing with eight dirty words.  Okay, it’s one more than it took George Carlin, but there’s been some inflation since 1972, hasn’t there?   It’s educational; unlike Carlin’s selection, these are words that at […]


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I always say to my students, “I wish I had found the publishing industry as soon as I graduated from undergraduate school at Temple University.” I came across the publishing industry when I met someone who sold advertising for Essence Magazine. At the time I was working within the corporate insurance sector at CIGNA Corporation […]


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Faculty in the Spotlight: Kathy Sandler Kathy Sandler is currently working in eBooks at Scholastic, where she helped launch Storia – a free teacher-recommended eReader for PC, iPad, and Android Tablet.  Before that, she consulted at Meredith, helping to launch Parents and Fitness Magazines to iPad and Android.  She was at Hearst Magazines in publishing […]


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Professor Kerstin Vogdes Diehn is an Adjunct Professor in the Pace Publishing Department.  She teaches Desktop Publishing for the Publishing Professional at both beginner and advanced levels.  The following piece by Professor Diehn describes her history in publishing, as well as her current work in the field. I started out like a lot of students […]


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Professor Jane Kinney-Denning, the Director of Internships and Corporate Outreach for the Pace Publishing program, was recently appointed the President of the New York Chapter of the Women’s National Book Association!  Professor Kinney-Denning previously worked as the Young Publishing Professional Outreach Coordinator for the WNBA-NYC, and in this role she reached out to many Pace […]


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Pace University Adjunct Professor of Publishing, Paul Levitz, entered the comics industry in 1971 as Editor/Publisher of The Comic Reader, the first mass-circulation fanzine devoted to comics news.  He continued to publish TCR for three years, winning two consecutive annual Comic Art Fan Awards for Best Fanzine.  He received Comic-con International’s Inkpot Award in 2002, […]


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Professor David Delano is an adjunct professor who has been teaching the Book Production and Design course in the Pace Publishing program since 2002.  For the past five years, Professor Delano has also been a Senior Account Executive for Toppan Printing Company, America.  Based in Tokyo, Toppan Printing Company is the largest printer in the […]


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For the next two weeks, Professor Xiao Chuan Lian and Professor Kirsten Sandberg will be coordinating a comprehensive training session for 17 publishing executives from the China South Publishing & Media Group. The China South Publishing & Media Group (http://www.zncmjt.com/), located in Hunan Province, China, is one of the major media conglomerates in China, with […]


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The M.S. in Publishing Blog team is proud to announce a new regular feature, which will highlight the accomplishments of faculty and advisory board members from the program. We hope you enjoy our first installment of  “Faculty in the Spotlight!” For this exciting new blog feature, we would like to celebrate one of the talented members […]


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