To those of you who joined us for Reunion 2011 - Thank you! It was wonderful to see so many of you enjoying the festivities at The Plaza Hotel in New York City. We hope the evening was a memorable one for you.
Our next alumni event takes us to Princeton, NJ, on Monday, June 13. President Stephen J. Friedman will host a Presidential Alumni Reception at the Nassau Inn. If you live in the area, take advantage of this opportunity to meet our president, network with your peers and to hear the latest news about your alma mater. Register online for this complimentary event at www.pace.edu/PANetPrinceton.
On July 19, we are pleased to invite you to 1 Pace Plaza for the next "InsideTrack with President Friedman" featuring a conversation with Jim Whitaker, the founder of Project Rebirth. Project Rebirth's mission is to chronicle living history and honor 9/11 victims and first responders, and to advance educational initiatives committed to pre-trauma resiliency building for first responders. This is the first of various events focused on the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Details will be available shortly.
We encourage you to check the online calendar at www.pace.edu/alumnieventcalendar for the latest information on upcoming events. Or, contact us at 877.825.8664 if you have questions about our events, programs or services.
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