Summer is around the corner! In addition to a much deserved break, it’s also a good time for scholarly renewal with new plans and fresh ideas. I would like to extend my best wishes with a call for proposals for the following two new book series (contributions from scholars in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Australia and Oceania, and Europe are welcomed):
Book proposals and expression of interests in chapter contributions within the scope of the two book series may be sent to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As the world becomes increasingly globalized, it is imperative to gain a better understanding and demonstrate academic excellence at the international level or with an international view. Pace faculty has shown great interests in the scholarly pursuit in such areas as global governance and management (key contact: Professor Farrokh Hormozi <email@example.com>), an emerging consortium for interdisciplinary aging study and service (key contact: Professor Philip Greiner or myself <firstname.lastname@example.org>), diversity and Americans of Middle Eastern heritage (key contact: Professor David Nabirahni <email@example.com>), juvenile delinquency study (key contact: Professor Roger Salerno <firstname.lastname@example.org>), and STEM and computing education (key contact: Professor Lixin Tao <email@example.com>). I thank the leaders and participants in these initiatives/interest groups for their commitment to excellence in research, teaching, and service to help bring Pace to greater international prominence.
With my best wishes for a relaxing, refreshing, and productive summer.