Gary Butler, CEO of ADP, to be Honored at Annual Fund-raiser

Gary C. Butler, president and CEO of Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP), will be honored for his outstanding leadership and numerous contributions to the field of information technology at the upcoming Leadership and Service in Technology (LST) Award Reception sponsored by the Seidenberg School.  The reception, an annual event, is scheduled for Wednesday, June 22, and will once again be held at the midtown headquarters of PricewaterhouseCoopers. Continue reading “Gary Butler, CEO of ADP, to be Honored at Annual Fund-raiser”

Three Resident Advisers Pitch “Reslutions” – A Winning Idea

Jeremy Pease (BS ‘13) and Stiliyan Lazarov (BS ’10, MS ’13), both from the Seidenberg School, and Robert Caucci (BBA/BS ’11) from the Lubin School of Business, placed first in the New Business Concepts category at this year’s Pace Pitch Contest held on the downtown campus on April 11. Continue reading “Three Resident Advisers Pitch “Reslutions” – A Winning Idea”

2nd Annual Community College Programming Contest

Snatching the reins from Orange County Community College, winner of last year’s Annual Community College Programming Contest, Robert Lee and Justin Okamoto of Rockland Community College placed 1st this year by successfully completing six out of nine problems with an overall score of 28. Continue reading “2nd Annual Community College Programming Contest”

CLOUT Program Receives President’s Award for Excellence

The five members of the CLOUT program’s administrative staff – Lynne Larkin, Faith Faulk, Linda Pennachio, Christina Pocchiari and Marie Iadavaia – were honored for their teamwork with the President’s Award for Excellence at the Employee Recognition Ceremonies held in White Plains on March 18.  The team was recognized for its tireless efforts to preserve the CLOUT program in the face of threatened debilitating cost cuts. Continue reading “CLOUT Program Receives President’s Award for Excellence”

Sexting Cyberbullying and Distracted Driving

More than 200 students from area high schools came to listen and learn about the dangers of “Sexting, Cyberbullying and Distracted Driving” and to share their personal experiences and offer suggestions as to how to promote safer mobile use at the Mobile Safety Summit held on the Pleasantville Campus during spring break. Continue reading “Sexting Cyberbullying and Distracted Driving”