President Friedman and alumni at Pleasantville Homecoming, October 16
We are thrilled that so many alumni and friends have been joining us for alumni events in the New York City area and around the country!
In September, President Stephen J. Friedman met with Chicago-area alumni, and in October, we welcomed more than 100 alumni and guests at the Pace Plaza campus for Leaders in Industry - The Inside Track with President Stephen J. Friedman featuring Ret. General Charles C. Krulak on "The Changing Face of Warfare." We also celebrated Homecoming on both campuses with an alumni luncheon and reception with the Athletics department in Pleasantville, and a Jazz Brunch in New York City. At the end of the month, 124alumni and guests enjoyed a reception with President Friedman, hosted by John Mathew '95, at the Rockland Country Club.
In November, we are taking our show on the road and visiting California. On November 14 President Friedman will meet with alumni at a reception in Napa Valley at the Robert Mondavi Winery, which is owned by Constellation Brands. On November 16, we will travel to southern California, where President Friedman will welcome alumni at the Jonathan Beach Club in Santa Monica thanks to Pace Alumnus Charles Jurgens '55. We hope to see our West Coast alumni at these complimentary receptions. Please visit www.pace.edu/napavalley and www.pace.edu/santamonica for details and to register online.
Back in New York City, we will kick off the holiday season with our annual Alumni Holiday Celebration at Metrazur Restaurant in Grand Central Terminal on December 7. Register online now to attend.
We are pleased to announce that the President and CEO of Constellation Brands, Rob Sands, Esq. '84, will be honored at our "Leaders in Management 48th Annual Award Dinner" in April 2011.
And we saved the best for last: on June 4, 2011, we will celebrate an all-class Reunion at The Plaza Hotel on Fifth Avenue! More details will follow about what is sure to be a magical evening.
Lubin Executive in Residence
Paula Summa '78, '84, will be visiting the Pleasantville campus as an Executive in Residence on November 29, 2010. > Read more
Seven years ago, New York City Councilman James E. Davis '89 lost his life at City Hall. Davis' death initiated the formation of the James E. Davis Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to stopping violence in America. To memorialize his life, a documentary "Murder at City Hall: Councilman James E. Davis' Story" will be shown on Tuesday, November 23, 2010 at the Tribeca Cinemas, 54 Varick Street, New York City. Screening times are 6:00 p.m., 6:40 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. Admission is $10; proceeds will benefit the James E. Davis Multicultural Museum of Peace.
Become an ASPIRE volunteer! By donating 10-15 hours of your time over the course of a year, you can help Pace University reach out to talented high school students and show them how the Pace Experience will put them on the path to success. > Read More