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Come Together for Convocation!On Tuesday, September 6, the University will roll out the blue and gold carpet to welcome the Class of 2020 to the Pace Community at Convocation 2016!
PaceOPoly 2016With more than 100 student clubs and orgs in NYC, PLV, and WP, there’s something for everyone to get involved in. So pick up your thimble, roll the dice, and advance to Campus Involvement Fairs.
Run Breast Cancer Out of TownSeptember is just around the corner and it's almost time to race for the cure. Register today and join the Pace team in the fight against breast cancer on September 10.
Senior Testimonial: Lauren LandiFor graduating student Lauren Landi '16, Pace's NYC location and connections with faculty and Career Services gave her access to her six internships including TODAY, Dateline, and 20/20, and ultimately a post-graduation job with the New York Jets.
Commence CommencementIn just a couple of weeks we’ll say goodbye to the Class of 2016. But before they walk the walk, we’ve got a few more details about dates, award ceremonies, speakers, and more to share.
Senior Testimonial: Irene SchultzFrom hiking mountains and snowshoeing through trails in her home state of New Hampshire to figuring out how to swipe her MetroCard just right and navigate the MTA system in New York City, graduating student Irene Schultz '16 shares some fun stops along her journey.
On the Pace PathFor students like BBA/MBA in Public Accounting major Gabriela Singh '17, Pace has created a road map to real-world experiences, mentorships, and strong academics that provide a unique professional edge. Hear how the Pace Path is preparing Singh and other students for life after college.
Pace Law School RenamedPace Law School has been renamed in honor of renowned environmental activist Elisabeth Haub. The Haub family's gift, the largest in Pace history, will establish an endowment, strengthen our premier environmental law program, and fund innovative teaching initiatives.
What's Showing at the Schimmel (NYC)The Schimmel's 2015–2016 season comes to a close with two nights celebrating the 40th anniversary of Battery Dance and another two featuring unique performances by DakhaBrakha.
Senior Testimonial: Kevin SymczakGraduating student Kevin Symczak '16 looks back on his four years at Pace and gives a shout-out to the people who have pushed him to work harder and prepared him for his career.
The Provost Is In: Uday SukhatmeIn this special edition of “The Professor Is In,” Pace University Provost Uday Sukhatme discusses his artistic aspirations, sub-nuclear elementary particles, and his secret love of “The Big Bang Theory.”
Senior Testimonial: Ashani HaynesReady for the next step in her journey, graduating student Ashani Haynes '16 shares some words of advice for the Class of 2020.
Research MattersInterested in working with a faculty member on scholarly or creative research? Apply by May 16 for the Provost’s Undergraduate Student-Faculty Research Program.
Senior StoriesAre you walking the walk this May? Share your Pace story with us and we’ll include it in a future issue of The Pulse, on Pace’s social media accounts, and possibly even the Pace.edu homepage. Plus, we'll be giving away $250 in Visa gift cards!
Summertime Classes Got it Going OnWe think it’s fly when Setters stop by for the summer, for the summer. Registration for Summer Sessions is now open!
Get PsychedOn May 7, Tulane University Professor Michael Cunningham will address the Pace Community and other members from New York’s psychological health community as part of the 24th Annual Pace University Psychology Conference on the NYC Campus.
Treat Yo’self to Midnight Breakfast (PLV)Here’s the deal—finals are now upon us, and your schedule is probably all kinds of crazy right now. So why not scarf down some pancakes before bedtime?
Studying and Growing AbroadScholarships and prestigious awards have enabled political science and peace and justice studies student Jessie Meredith ’16 to travel around the world and back again in pursuit of a career in urban planning and peace and justice.
Student Community Meeting (NYC)Do you want to contribute to the selection of the next Pace President? Your views and questions matter! Attend the Student Community Meeting on Monday, May 2, to be a part of the discussion.
Cuba’s Crossroads (PLV)From campus to Cuba to the Jacob Burns Film Center, students filmmakers in the Producing the Documentary course invite you to the premiere of “Cuba's Crossroads—Hope, Rock and [R]Evolution” on May 10.
Nearing the Finals LineThe Tutoring Center isn’t going to try to put the fun in Fundamental Mathematics, but they’re going to try to help you take the “F” out of it. Plus, other end-of-semester reviews, Library extended hours, quiet places to study, and more.
Third Time’s a CharmGraduate student Kristin Stein ’15, ’17 discusses how transferring to Pace during her junior year—her third school as an undergraduate—turned out to be just the right fit for her.
That’s Almost a Wrap (PLV)This week, PLV is getting a hunger banquet hosted by CHP, an awesome spring carnival brought to you by Programming Board, and so much more. So long, 50/50.
The Business of Politics (PLV)Campaigns are costly—in more ways than one. On May 5, get a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into making a campaign successful and learn about the real business of politics.
Big Talent on the Big Screen (NYC)Have you been sitting next to the future Martin Scorsese this whole semester? Now’s your chance to check out your classmates’ film talent, right here in the Schimmel at the Student Film Screening, before they’re off walking the red carpet in Hollywood.
No Stress Zone (PLV)We know better, we know better than to leave you hanging without a way to relax. Join the Mortola Library for a week of events to help you unwind after a very long semester.
A Formal Invitation (NYC)Friday, May 6. The luxurious Conrad Hotel. You and your friends dressed to impress. Dancing. Celebrating. Wishing it wouldn’t end. Spring Formal forever.
Intros and Encores (NYC)One final curtain call for Pace School of Performing Arts and Actors Studio Drama School graduating students and freshmen presenting their fresh work at several showcases in NYC.
And the Award Goes To…It’s a wrap! Well, almost. Before we break for summer, we’ve got some student award ceremonies to attend!
Showcase Your ResearchDid you conduct research or studies you want to share with the Pace Community? Now’s your chance to show us what you’re researching with. Submit an abstract to the Student and Faculty Research Days by April 28. Plus, see your peers' and professors' research at these showcases on May 3 in NYC and May 6 in PLV!
Setter SuccessFrom helping immigrant women get released from detention centers in Texas to bringing mobile technologies to developing countries, Pace students are making things happen.
Dancing the Night Away (NYC)Pace Commercial Dance students and choreographers will light up the dance floor on April 29–May 1 at the Schimmel in NYC.
A Pace Profashional (NYC)Interested in a career in the fashion industry? Want to meet and network with successful professionals from Harper’s Bazaar, Allure, Vogue, Cosmo, and more? We’ve got the who, what, wear for Profashionals’ Dress for Success event.
Show Us Your Cards (NYC)Pick a card, any card, and turn it into a work of art. The Birnbaum Library wants you to turn their old catalog cards into works of art and win $50.
Meet Your New BFF (NYC)Did you know that your UNV101 adviser is not the same adviser you’ll have during the rest of your time at Pace? On April 25, come out to meet your new adviser before you say goodbye for summer.
Connect with ITSITS shares the secrets of success with the 5th annual ePortfolio Contest, gets you ready for summer with a Blackboard migration, and tells Dyson and Lubin students what they need to do so their final grades aren’t delayed.
Back in the New York Groove (NYC)Think Pleasantville is having all the fun? You’re up next, NYC. Join us on April 25 for a community forum on the NYC Master Plan and how you can help transform campus.
SNL: Seidenberg Networking, LiveLive, from Pleasantville…It’s Pace Path Live! Plus, a Dean’s Forum in NYC that’s a must-attend for anyone interested in healthcare technology.
Get Your Sports Here! (PLV)As the semester winds down, the slate of sporting events are really heating up—don’t miss out on the Pace football spring game, the exciting conclusion of spring sports, and more!
On the Line (NYC)Pace School of Performing Arts is transforming the Schimmel stage into an ultra-competitive Broadway theater with upcoming performances of the Tony Award-winning musical "A Chorus Line."
NYC’s Wild Week (NYC)Things are getting wild on the New York City Campus this week with Spring Fest Safari, a battle for the best major, a murder mystery, and so much more. Clear your calendars for the best week ever.
One Pleasant Week (PLV)A week for the Greeks, a night to cure cancer, an afternoon of baseball, and prizes and barbecue in between. Pleasantville’s week looks pretty perfect to us.
NYC's Seven-Day ForecastThere's a 100% chance it's raining events in NYC this week. Start your week with lunch with the President, meet 100+ prospective employers on Thursday, and end your week with an anime convention. Only on the NYC Campus.
Relay for Life 2016 (PLV)If you had the ability to create a world with more birthdays, would you do it? Join the Pace Community on April 22 at Relay For Life to support the fight for a cancer-free world.
Turning It AroundFrom the Huffington Post to the Center for Community Action and Research's Activist Spotlight and beyond, Abbe Dembowitz '16 is turning negativity on its head one photo and one person at a time.
Stay Busy, PLV (PLV)From cleaning up the park to hitting it out of the ballpark, this week PLV is doing it all. The Pulse has got you covered with events, causes, and more to get you through the week.
There's an Application for ThatWant to apply for the coveted student-faculty research program? How about some nice, hefty scholarships? We’ve got all the important upcoming deadlines right here!
Let's Do Lunch! (NYC)You bring your PB&J. The professors bring their research. The Wilson Center's brown bag lunches have your name written all over them!
Race, Power, and Privilege (NYC)Acclaimed antiracist activist, author, educator, and speaker Tim Wise will deliver the annual MLK Lecture on Tuesday, April 12.
Got Pride?This month, we’ve got a great lineup of fun and worthwhile LGBTQ events including poetry, guest speakers, awards, and more. Support these events and show your pride!
April Showers Schimmel Shows (NYC)It’s raining talent on the Schimmel stage this month with pirates, a jazz pianist and drummer from The Police, Pace Performing Arts, and charming quartet.
It’s Peanut Butter Jelly Time (NYC)Food fight! Beta Alpha Psi is waging war against hunger in a race to make as many peanut butter and jelly sandwiches as possible on April 23.
Booking It (NYC)An angsty teen heartthrob, a coming-of-age story, a dystopian society. Young adult lit is all of that and so much more. Susan Katz returns for her second David J. Pecker Lecture where she talks about the young adult market and the success of Veronica Roth’s Divergent series.
Perfect Pitch (NYC)Seven finalists are winding up their perfect pitches for a chance to score big at the 12th annual Pace Pitch Contest. See who knocks it out of the park on Thursday, April 14.
It’s Happening at the Library (NYC)A haiku contest. An ode to zines. The coolest place on campus is…the Birnbaum Library.
Setting His PaceAndre Arias ’18 discusses how a gift from a family member propelled him into a world of possibilities in communications, and how the right planning and experiential learning can get you ahead.
Taking a StandEach year, almost 293,000 people become victims of sexual assault. This April, Pace brings you a host of advocacy and educational events and opportunities during Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Our Collective Campus (PLV)Reimagine your role and actions in the framework of a healthier, more equitable, and more sustainable future at the Environmental Consortium of Colleges & University’s 11th Annual Student Summit on April 15.
Can You Hair the Music? (NYC)Long hair don’t care when it’s the age of Aquarius. Pace School of Performing Arts is wigging out and letting its hair down for performances of the classic musical "Hair."
50/50 Keeps it Going (PLV)Need a karaoke fix to get you feeling like the star we know you are? How about some baseball to get your school spirit going? This week 50/50 has got us feeling right as rain.
Speakers UpPace welcomes two distinguished guest speakers on April 6 for the Law School’s annual Lloyd K. Garrison Lecture on Environmental Law and Lubin’s annual Henry George Distinguished Speaker.
A Night with the Masters (NYC)Pace School of Performing Arts Masters Series presents a special panel discussion on diversity, race, and career success in the entertainment industry. Guests include stage and screen actress Saycon Sengbloh, tap legend Maurice Hines, and actor Sahr Ngaujah.
Success Is In the BagPace students are knocking it out of the park with awards abroad, conferences here at home, partnerships in the community, and so much more.
A Court of Law Events (WP)The fight for our local seafood. A look at global trade and development in Cuba and Iran. Keeping below two degrees to fight climate change. All rise and get over to Pace Law School for some thought-provoking events.
Ready. Set. Battle! (NYC)Battle of the Majors is coming to NYC. Team up with friends from your school to square off against foes from faraway lands such as art history, environmental science, or maybe even information systems in a number of trivia-style games, and vie for the title of supreme area of study!
Reimagining Our FutureIt’s here! The winter 2016 Leadership Report should’ve already arrived at your home or your campus common area, but if you couldn’t get your hands on a copy, you can check it out online.
Is BINGO Your Game-O? (PLV)B-4…B-4! Before you make plans for Tuesday, how about you consider a little B-I-N-G-O for a chance to win Yankees tickets, Fitbit Blaze, Apple TV, GoPro, and much more, and help raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Relay for Life? SAAC brings you Bingo Night on March 29.
Get Pumped for #PaceSpiritWeek! (NYC)Spirit Café, Culture Night, a Silent Dance Party, and more! Setter Spirit Week is here, and it’s sure going to be a week to remember.
Lights, Camera, Environmental Action (NYC)Environmental issues are hitting the big screen and the Big Apple during Earth Month. Join the Pace Community for weekly films and discussions each Thursday.
ASDS Rep(resent) (NYC)6 weeks + 14 shows + 34 actors, directors, and playwrights = 1 incredible Actors Studio Drama School Repertory Season.
Snoozing Is Fundamental (PLV)Sleep Awareness Week is coming to Pleasantville starting today! Learn how to develop better sleeping habits, and conquer the hectic forces of college life through a healthier sleep regimen.
A Month for Mother Nature (PLV)April is here, which means Earth Month is in full swing on the Westchester Campus—complete with nature walks, animal encounters, films and discussions, and more—to show our appreciation for Mother Nature.
Back at It Again With 50/50These 50/50 events are sure to sizzle with step and stroll, a comedy hour, a pageant and date auction, Setter sports, and so much more.
Big Week in the Big Apple (NYC)Shoot hoops for a good cause, laugh and learn at Lubin’s EIR Lecture, celebrate disabilities and women, and top it all off with a powerful dance performance at the Schimmel—all in a week’s work for the NYC Campus.
Internships with ImpactDon’t have plans for the summer yet? The Helene and Grant Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship wants to put you to work through their Summer Funded Internships. Apply today for an internship that leaves you feeling great for doing good.
Are You Market Ready?Get the preparation you need to spring into a new internship or job at the annual Spring Job and Internship Fair with these upcoming career-related events.
THE PROFESSOR IS IN: BARRY MORRISDyson’s hot shot prof Barry Morris shares his thoughts on the secret to in-class success, the desperation of stamp collectors, and why he’s too cool to sizzle in a Grant Kretchik class.
Getting Down to BusinessGot the perfect idea for a product, app, or business, but just don’t know how to get started? Fear not. Here’s some motivation to bring your business to life.
President's Blog: InsideTrack and SuccessIn his latest blog posts, President Friedman invites you to join him at InsideTrack with Carmen Fariña and talks about how preparation and hard work led the College Fed Challenge team to victory.
Creating Her Own OpportunitiesThrough seeking out volunteer work and extensive research into the non-profit sector, Ali Phelan ’18 is making a positive impact both at home and abroad.
Pace en Cuba: DaleWhat do President Obama, the Rolling Stones, and a group of Pace students and faculty have in common? They’re all in Cuba this week.
So Fresh and So Green, GreenKnow someone who’s got a heart of green? Nominate them for the GreenPace Award and let them know they’re making Pace (and the world) a better place.
The Tax Help Cometh (NYC)Albert Einstein once said, “The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax.” Thankfully, Pace VITA volunteers are here to help you file your taxes before time runs out.
50/50 Is Keeping You Busy (PLV)This week, PLV is keeping you busy with events to raise awareness about Palestine, being politically inclined, depression, homelessness, privilege, and more.
Connect with ITSFrom Student Technology Fee proposals, Mobile Tech Meetings, and the Spring ePortfolio Contest to accessing Pace Wi-Fi, this month's ITS updates are keeping you connected.
Dont Forget!Want to make an impact around campus, win a scholarship to get off campus and study abroad, or maybe you just want your Pace memories to last forever? If so, here are a few important dates to keep in mind.
Be Well (NYC)The Counseling Center is breaking out the coloring books, rounding the kickball bases, and so much more to put your mind and body at ease for this year’s Wellness Week, starting March 7.
Environmental State of Mind (PLV)From an upcoming symposium about environmental research in the Pocantico watershed to a discussion about changes to the Westchester County airport, there’s a lot to talk about in Pleasantville!
Presidential Search ForumsIn a recent letter to the Pace Community, Chairman of the Board of Trustees and alumnus Mark Besca ’81 invites you to be a part of the search for the next President. Open forums will be held on March 15.
On the Pace Path: A Q&A with Brian EvansTo kick off our series of monthly features, Pace Path Coordinator Brian Evans breaks down the Pace Path and answers some frequently asked questions.
Insert Your Story HereWant to see your name, face, and story here and on the Pace website? Share your success with us—internships, awards, research, volunteering, leadership—and you might just end up #PaceFamous.
Service Meets SustainabilityEnvironmental studies student Haylei Pert ’17 is out to help save the planet, one new policy, law, and environmentally conscious community at a time.
Check This Out (PLV)Mortola Library is giving new meaning to the term “shelf life” on March 2 as they host a Human Library event, where the Pace Community can check out a living book.
Let's Chat (NYC)The LGBTQA and Social Justice Center has a semester’s worth of discussion groups for students to speak with each other and share stories about realities and experiences. Which ones will you go to and speak your mind?
IAS: SVU (NYC)A crime-fighter, a criminal, and blood-sucking vampire is the next to sit down with James Lipton. Alright that’s actually a bunch of baloney—Inside the Actors Studio is hosting Emmy-nominated actor Christopher Meloni on March 8.
Schimmel March Madness (NYC)This month, the Schimmel is taking March Madness seriously, except for the basketball part of course, and is bringing you Great American Masters, silent films, the Knickerbocker Orchestra, and more.
Curtains Up (NYC)Love is in the air at PPA, or at least on stage, as they present “Look Back in Anger” in the Shaeberle and the International Performance Ensemble Senior Showcase at Theatre Row.
Mad Love for Mad Blood (NYC)Every three seconds, someone needs a lifesaving blood transfusion. Roll up your sleeves because the Pace Physician Assistant Program is hosting a blood drive on March 11.
Anything but Amateur Hour (NYC)The Apollo’s got nothing on the Schimmel on March 10 as P.A.C.E. Board shows off Pace’s top talent at their annual Amateur Night, featuring cash prizes and special guest performer.
Need Advising?March is advising month and the Office for Student Success is making sure you’ll be a success, thanks to 31 days dedicated to getting you on track for graduation.
50/50 Takes the Crown (PLV)Show ’em what you’re made of at a sexy legs contest and a beauty pageant, take a stand for Palestine and your vote in the election, or take a trip to the city to hang out with your favorite wax celebrities for this week’s 50 Days and 50 Nights.
Justice for ImmigrantsLaw student W. Paul Alvarez '16 is in the classroom, in the courtroom, and making a difference in the lives of immigrants thanks to his experience at Pace Law School's Immigration Justice Clinic.
OMA’s Best Week Ever (NYC)Pilates on Wednesdays, discussion groups on Thursdays, city exploration and knitting on Fridays, urban agriculture, and more. Your week just got jam packed with these OMAzing events.
Create an App for That (NYC)Lubin and Seidenberg are teaming up on March 11 to see if you can hack it, app it, design it, and demo it. The Pace Mobile App Design Contest 4.0/Hackathon is back and ready to give up to $500 in cash prizes.
Empower Your CommunityThe Center for Community Action and Research is serving up some goodness on both campuses with volunteering opportunities, discussions, a workshop, and more.
50/50 Forever Fun (PLV)We hope you’re well-rested, PLV, because this week, 50/50 is taking you to the mall, the banquet, the dance, the runway, and so much more for good causes and good fun.
Kickstart Your CareerMake a mad dash to info sessions with EY, BNY Mellon, PwC; learn how to make it in the nonprofit industry, save the date for the Spring Job and Internship Fair, explore a career in science, and more.
Rethink the Gender Gap (NYC)Mind the gap! Google's head of Market Intelligence and Strategy Marissa Gottfried is coming to Pace to teach us how to reach our true career and leadership potential.
Access for All (PLV)The Helene and Grant Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship is pleased to announce its newest Social Enterprise in Residence: Latino U College Access. Join founder, executive director, and Pace alumna Shirley Acevedo Buontempo for a discussion on March 1.
Opportunity’s Knocking (NYC)What would you do with $50,000 to enrich the Pace Community? The Opportunity Grant is your chance to make a difference and leave an impact as an undergraduate student.
All the World’s a Staged Reading (NYC)Third-year graduating MFA in Playwriting students take to the stage for two nights, debuting their original work at the 2016 Staged Reading Series.
Setter ServiceSuper Bowl sundaes for seniors, flower grams for our favorite grams, technology for teaching and learning—find out how Pace students are making a difference in their local communities.
#lovepaceart (NYC)Want to know why we love Pace art? The answer and artwork is on display at the Peter Fingesten Gallery, now through February 26.
Hoops for Hope (PLV)On Wednesday, February 17, the women’s and men’s basketball teams will Play 4Kay, hosting their annual women’s cancer fundraiser in PLV. Show your support for the cause and stick around for giveaways and prizes!
InsideTrack with Carmen Farina (NYC)President Stephen J. Friedman sits down with New York City Schools Chancellor and Pace alumna Carmen Fariña ’88 to discuss the changing state of public education.
LOL with EIR Alan Zweibel (NYC)Lubin’s Spring 2016 Executive in Residence (EIR) is an Emmy and Tony awards winner, writer, and actor. But on March 29, Alan Zweibel is (almost) all business as he takes the Schimmel stage for his EIR lecture.
50/50 for the Win (PLV)This week, 50/50 is scoring some major points with a trip to Brooklyn to see the Nets, a musical performance by Matt Beilis, improv and freestyle, and so much more.
Recipe for SuccessArts and entertainment management and quantitative business analysis double major James Park ’17 gets down to business in the classroom. But in his residence hall, he’s working on the perfect recipe to land his dream career as a television food personality.
Happy Lunar New Year (NYC)It’s the year of the monkey and the Confucius Institute at Pace wants you to ring in the Chinese New Year with them at their annual celebration in the Schimmel on February 20.
Women’s Leadership Conference (PLV)Back for its second year, SDCA invites women and men alike to join them for the annual Women’s Leadership Conference on February 26. This year’s focus: ally development.
Two Shows for Two Years (NYC)It’s a double feature of epic performances as the International Performance Ensemble Class of 2018 hosts Second Year Showings on February 18–21.
Pace Grad School Bound (PLV)Is graduate school or an advanced degree in your future? Our magic 8 ball says “Perhaps.” Attend Open House on March 9 to see how Pace’s grad programs can build upon your “Outlook Good” career.
Disabilities Film Festival (NYC)This March, Pace invites you to the fourth annual Celebration of Individuals with Disabilities in Film, featuring short films respecting autonomy and empowerment of people with disabilities.
Let's Do Lunch!Provost Uday Sukhatme, ScD, is packing his brown paper lunch bags and coming to a campus near you for an informative discussion and meal. And you’re invited!
Art Meets ActivismBA in Acting (International Performance Ensemble) major Larissa Jeanniton '17 speaks with the CCAR about her involvement in social justice theater company Girl Be Heard, performing for ambassadors at the US Mission to the UN in Geneva, meeting Malala, and why and how students can become civically involved.
The Hunting Ground (NYC)Their dream school became a nightmare. Join PAASA and the Dean for Students at a February 8 screening of a groundbreaking documentary about sexual assault on American college campuses.
Blind Date with a BookThis Valentine’s Day, don’t judge a book by its cover. Take a chance on one of the mysterious books in the Library’s display case.
50/50's Got Moves (PLV)Black-light roller skating, dancing for a cause, Protect Your Balls dodgeball tourney, and much more. Let’s get movin’ PLV!
Crowdfunding for SuccessHelp your fellow students fund their dreams: a class producing a documentary on tourism in Cuba, student researchers attending a science conference in Springfield, or students landing internships at organizations with a social mission. The choice is yours!
All Abroad!Where do you want to be in a semester or a year? London, Moscow, Tokyo…the choices are endless. This semester’s Study Abroad fairs will help you get to where you wanna go.
First Come, First Served (NYC)Are you the first in your family to go to college? You're not alone. Meet and greet with other first generation students on February 11.
Startup Your Semester (NYC)Starting with the Entrepreneurs Roundtable on February 25—an event featuring three Setter innovators on the verge of making a big splash—Pace’s Entrepreneurship Lab is gearing up for an eventful spring semester!
Jazz, Jokes, and Juggling (NYC)Whether you’re interested in jazz and swing music or the juggling comedic Flying Karamazov Brothers, you’ll find it on or above the Schimmel stage this week.
All Write (NYC)Join the Creative Writers’ Workshop—a multi-genre writing community dedicated to empowering students writing about race and ethnicity and earn three credits, too.
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Calling All Environmental EthicistsThe 13th International Society for Environmental Ethics conference is going to be held at Pace. Want to be involved? Submit an abstract today!
Spring 50 Days and 50 Nights (PLV)Everybody loves SDCA’s 50 Days and 50 Nights at the start of each academic year. So much so that SDCA is bringing it back for the spring. From speed dating to Super Bowl parties, this week is a touchdown.
Your Pace Path, Your Way!Pace Path 4PD workshops are now open to all first-year students. Workshops run from February–May, and quite a few of them are calling your name!
Navigating Her Own Production TimelineFilm, Television, Voice-overs, and Commercials (FTVC) student Noura Boustany Jost ’18 is well on her way to becoming a force in the motion picture business. After just over a year at Pace, she’s already produced, written, directed, and starred in her own Screen Actors Guild (SAG)-approved film.
Work(shop) It with Career ServicesCareer Services is kicking the semester off with workshops and events galore so you can be prepared to land that dream job you’ve been pining for.
What's Shakin? Bacon!Kevin and Michael Bacon, AKA The Bacon Brothers, are coming to the Schimmel this Saturday night for a concert you won’t want to miss…
Supporting StudentsThanks to a grant from the US Department of Education, Pace's new TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) Program will empower eligible students to achieve academic excellence.
Work It!Have you been searching for a paid, on-campus student job? Look no further. Human Resources has got you covered with rewarding student positions right here at Pace.
A Global Call to Action (NYC)Join the Psychology Department, the Office of International Programs and Services, and various world psychology organizations on Monday, February 8, for a symposium and special keynote address from Saths Cooper, PhD.
Prep for LSAT Success!Pace Law School invites undergrads interested in law school to join them for a free 60-hour LSAT prep course, starting on Friday, February 5, on both campuses.
A "Shark" TaleOn February 3, join FUBU CEO and ABC's Shark Tank investor Daymond John as he shares his success story with the Pace Community. Find out how he went from Red Lobster to the Shark Tank.
On the Job: Shahzaib Khan '17With four internships under his belt, including a tax internship at Nasdaq, Lubin student Shahzaib Khan '17 is proving that it all adds up to success.
Fifty and FlourishingThe Lienhard School of Nursing is turning the big 5-0 this year. Join them in kicking off the celebrations on February 10 in NYC and PLV.
Lead the Way (NYC)Interested in networking, identifying and developing your skills, and inspiring the next generation of leaders? Register for the 9th Annual Student Leadership Conference “Mentoring Matters: Putting the Pieces Together” on February 19 to grow and learn as a leader.
Get WoWed (PLV)Sports, live music, a movie, a party, and field trips to Dave & Buster’s and Palisades Mall. Winter Week of Welcome is here!
Make Spring Break MeaningfulThis March, join your fellow Setters and CCAR in the Rockaways for an impactful and incredibly rewarding Alternative Spring Break experience!
Winter Welcome Week (NYC)The weather may try to convince you otherwise, but the first week of the semester is gonna be sizzling! Broadway shows, pro sports, accomplished speakers, and more are teaming up with Pace for what’s sure to be a crazy-fun Winter Welcome Week!
Get Roped In (NYC)Pace New Musicals is bringing and singing in the new year with “Rope,” an original work from award-winning composer-lyricist and PPA Lecturer Ryan Scott Oliver, with staged readings hitting the Schaeberle Studio Theater January 27–January 31.
Celebrating a Legacy (PLV)On January 29, the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Programs hosts author and historian James W. Lowen for their annual MLK Day commemorative brunch in PLV.
An Amazing App-ortunity (PLV)Are you an innovator? Crusader? App-maker? If so, the second annual Westchester Smart App Mobile Development Bowl is the event for you!
Less Talking, More DoingTake your passion to action through Debating for Democracy on the Road’s day-long workshop series for activists-in-training, almost-advocates, and grassroots gurus. Learn the skills you need to advance your issues and share your message.
Holiday Hoopla (PLV)From ugly sweater night to watching the ball drop (into the net) on New Year’s Eve, tis the season for Pace Basketball.
Get Your Pace Mag Here!There’s no denying Pace’s recent growth and momentum. The latest issue of Pace Magazine gives you a peek into how the University is making its impact and presence felt.
Spring Into the Schimmel (NYC)Forget the six degrees of Kevin Bacon. The Schimmel Center has both Bacon Brothers for a special performance when you get back from winter break. Plus, a sing-a-long-a Grease, soprano, silent film, and more in January.
Real Girls, Real Funny (NYC)On December 7, the Pforzheimer Honors College and the School of Performing Arts are teaming up to bring you a night of real talk about the myths of the so-called “Good Girl” and her place in comedy.
President’s Blog: “Thank You Thursday”In his latest blog post, President Friedman gives thanks to the generosity of the Pace Community, which made Giving Tuesday a remarkable success.
All We Do Is WinA national win, marketing scholarships, a chance to travel abroad, a poetry showdown, and Law School leaders…this success roundup is a win-win.
The Finals CountdownCue the 80s band and the big guitar solo—finals have arrived! With some help from the Tutoring Center, Library extended hours, and more, here’s exactly how to tame that ferocious finals beast.
Top 5: Winter Holiday EditionOn the last day of classes, The Pulse did give to you five awesome ways to ring in some holiday cheer before you head home for Winter Break. Enjoy these pop-up shops, lights, sights, and more around campus while you can!
A Week of TechCoding, panels, and apps—oh my! Seidenberg is doing Computer Science Education Week right with techtacular events to build your network and computer science skills.
Gold Medal ExperienceFrom New York to Los Angeles to Rio, Carolyn Phillips’ internship with Special Olympics New York and passion for volunteering and the Olympics is changing her life one game at a time.
The Professor Is In: Peggy MinnisToo short to teach high school? Maybe. But Professor Peggy Minnis is just the right size for inspiring students both at home in Westchester and abroad. Find out what drives this professor and why science will always be a key ingredient to her life.
The Dogtor Is InFinals are here. You’re stressed. You’re feeling under the weather. Lucky for you, the dogtors will see you…in both NYC and PLV.
What Time Is It? Showtime! (NYC)PPA is presenting a round of student-directed shows (AKA the future crop of Scorceses), as well what is sure to be a stunning performance from advanced choreography students. Don’t miss out!
First Year, First Hand: The NYC ExperienceIn this month's "First Year, First Hand" column, Tanner Johnson '19 talks about what it's like to have New York City as your campus... the good, the bad, and the expensive brunches!
Pace's Dozen Do-GoodersThe results are in: 12 members of the Pace Community have been selected to receive Jefferson Awards Bronze Medals for their commitment to service.
Commercial DanceSpace (NYC)Pace commercial dance students are taking to the Schimmel stage December 4 through 6 to showcase their semester’s worth of work, moves, and talent at their annual DanceSpace performance.
The TurnItAround ProjectA new project by a Pace student aims to turn negative thoughts to positive affirmations one photo at a time. Join the movement on December 6.
Up All Night to Get…Studying. Night owls, say hoot! Mortola and Birnbaum libraries announce extended hours. Finals don’t stand a chance.
Student Film Odyssey (NYC)The Schimmel Center will be full of stars and students’ work on Tuesday, December 8, at the biannual film and screen studies Student Film Showcase. Be there or be the “odd”yssey man out.
Breakfast...at Midnight? (PLV)
As one of history’s greatest icons once said, “it feels like a perfect night, for breakfast at midnight”—a statement that’ll never ring truer
50/50 Comes to Close (PLV)It’s been a long 50 days and 50 nights since the start of the semester, but we’re here to send you off in style. Wind down with pictures with Santa, stress management, poetry readings, a spa night, and so much more.
A Night at The Office (NYC)This man won a Golden Globe, is an Academy Award nominee, has starred in countless major Hollywood movies, and starred in one of the most iconic sitcoms of the 21st century. Now, Steve Carell is visiting James Lipton for Inside the Actors Studio!
ITS Time to ConnectIt’s all about getting connected. ITS has updates about building your course schedule, important information about Blackboard, upgrading your e-mail, and more!
Basketball Sparks Fly (PLV)On Saturday, December 5, head to the Goldstein Fitness Center at 1:30 p.m. for a double-header of men’s and women’s hoops!
Celebrate the Season (PLV)On the fourth day of December, PLV gave to me…an awesome holiday party. Food and competitions, tree and candle lightings, holiday photos with T-Bone, and a whole lot of generosity.
Deck the Courtyard (NYC)The cold weather is here, so the holidays must be near. SGA wants you to join them in spreading holiday cheer from the Courtyard to the Bianco Room at the Winter Spectacular on December 3.
President's Blog: Prayers for Peace"Once again families have been devastated and dreams have been destroyed," said Pace President Stephen J. Friedman in a blog post entitled Prayers for Peace.
Inside News! (NYC)He won an Emmy, was nominated for a Tony and multiple Golden Globes, has six albums and 400 songs to his credit, and he’s not dumb but has played the part. Oh, and he’s the next Inside the Actors Studio seminar guest this month.
Tis the Season to Give BackFrom an adopt a family holiday drive to helping families who suffer from domestic violence to toy drives for children in need to pictures with Santa to benefit children with autism, the Pace Community is bringing hope and heart to the holiday season.
Paying Homage and Raising AwarenessPace student Matthew Champagne ’17 talks about his role at Eagle Project, a non-profit organization that focuses on examining Native American history through the lens of theater.
Crowdfund Your PassionYou’ve Kickstarted, Indiegogoed, and Gofunded your brilliant ideas in the past. Now it’s time to fund your Pace initiatives, research, events, and more through a platform that hits closer to campus through Pace Crowdfunding.
Want to See an American Idiot? (NYC)Starting Wednesday, November 18, Green Day’s hit album is making its way to the Schimmel Theatre. We hope you'll have the time of your life.
Top 5: Thanksgiving EditionThere are a lot of fun activities going on this time of year. Turkey trots, holiday bazaars, and concerts—oh my!
Celebrate Global DiversityOn November 16–20, International Education Week will take you places you’ve never been with a week’s worth of events from study abroad 101 to international students’ approach to learning.
50/50 Food for Thought (PLV)50 Days and 50 Nights is feeding your need for food-centric events and serving up a potluck, sugar rush, cooking contest, and more. Come hungry, PLV.
Thinking Globally?Pave your road to the United Nations with a stop at One Pace Plaza on November 16.
Duty Calls!Do you have what it takes to be an RA? Both the Westchester and NYC campuses are looking to deck their halls with RAs for 2016–2017.
Your Homertisement Here (PLV)Westchester’s digital advertising screens are getting a Pacelift! It’s time to say “So long” to Setter Signs and “Hello” to Homer Screens in PLV.
The Dodge Ball (NYC)It's time for some all-star dodgeball for an incredible cause. Would you pay $10 to see Dr. Ian Smith, Jill Henessey, former Miss New York, and more play some dodgeball in our NYC Campus Gym to raise money for the homeless around Thanksgiving?
These Women Mean BusinessFrom accounting, banking, and finance to law, government, and nonprofit sectors. Pace’s successful female alumnae mean business, and now they mean to do business with your student org or group.
Urban Nightz Fashion ShowSashay your way to Pace’s Caribbean Student Association’s Urban Nightz Fashion Show on November 20 for the hottest fashion, dance, and more.
Finding and Funding Your PassionCommercial dance student and a winner of the 2014-2015 Ted and Pat Levine Proof of Concept Entrepreneurship Initiative Juliette Nieves ’15 is getting down to business to pursue a passion that pays.
The Professor Is In: Chris RamosLubin Arts and Entertainment Management student Christina Ruck sits down with Arts and Entertainment Management Professor Chris Ramos and finds out he's more than just a lecturer—he’s a dancer, an artist, and a Sherlock Holmes mega-fan.
Strong Voices Impacting Change (NYC)Pace and the Women’s National Book Association are teaming up for green on November 11 as they host a discussion on women writing about the environment.
Get Ready for This! (PLV)Hoops season has arrived. Here’s where to get in on all the Setter madness.
Three, Two, Won!ICYMI, we’re the most underrated college in America, our NYC Model UN team took home seven awards in DC, and much more in this roundup of big wins.
Giving Back and Taking Stage (PLV)From food, clothing, toy, and blood drives to talent shows, spoken word, discussions, and marches, 50/50 wants you to raise the bar and your voice.
Greek Week Falls Way Back (NYC)Think weaving some 90s into your weeknights would be All That and a bag of Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers? Good thing your week has been saved by the Greeks.
Let's Do Lunch! (NYC)Learn while you eat, and stop by the Wilson Center’s brown bag lunch research seminar on November 10.
Pizza and Politics (NYC)Want to be part of the student organization that works with students and administration to bring change and student concerns to light at Pace? SGA in NYC invites you to learn more about what they do over some pizza. Can't say no to that.
2015 Pace 4 Kids Dance Marathon (PLV)24 hours in a day; 12 hours to save a life. The annual Pace 4 Kids Dance Marathon is happening on November 21 and we need everyone's support to help make miracles happen.
The Nurse Is In!BS in Nursing student Henry Snyder ’17 talks about applying what he’s learned in the classroom to the real world, and what he hopes to bring to the future of nursing.
Pace Talks it OutThis week, Pace faculty, staff, and visiting lecturers invite you to just talk about it. From politics to happiness, and privilege in between, there’s a chat for that.
Let it Snow CreditsThe weather outside will soon be frightful, but earning credits while wearing your PJs and not leaving the house this winter break is so delightful. Register for January Intersession and earn three credits in just four weeks.
A Wonderful Weekend of Sports (PLV)We’ve got basketball, football, and…family style Italian food? Setters sports has some special treats.
Happy Hunger GamesCan’t wait for “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 2”? Now you don’t have to, because Pace is sending students on both campuses to advanced screenings on November 18 and 19.
President's Blog: Pursuing Your PassionIn his latest blog post, President Friedman discusses how finding your passion is not a one size fits all exercise.
Career Corner: Part DeuxCareer Services is bringing you plenty of events over the next couple weeks, so dry clean that suit, spruce up that resume, and get ready to land your next internship or job.
Let's Give ThanksDonors make the school go ‘round. Here’s how you can thank them!
Drop Dead! (NYC)PPA is bringing you a bloody good time on November 4–14 with their upcoming comedic murder mystery performance of “Drop Dead!”
Getting Dealt a "Bad" Hand (NYC)Breaking news! On November 2, Pace U and Inside the Actors Studio will welcome a four-time Emmy Award-winning actor to discuss his "meth"od and more with James Lipton.
First Year, First Hand: Dorm LifeIn this month's "First Year, First Hand" column, Rachel Pusey '19 gives us a peek into what it's like living in a residence hall during your first year, from sharing stories to sharing bathrooms. It's OK, mom. We've got this!
Have No Fear—Volunteer!Gear up for the season of giving, and lend a helping hand for Halloween and beyond!
Lead the Way (PLV)On Saturday, November 14, spend a day developing your leadership skills at the 2015 Fall Leadership Conference. This year’s theme: passion, diversity, and change.
Giving the Marketing Meaning (NYC)On November 5, join Pace’s eLab as they host an expert panel on what makes a good business model and why some exciting startups succeed for customers, participants, and investors.
Get In On the Act(ivities) (PLV)This week, 50 Days and 50 Nights in PLV tackles important topics: domestic violence, cancer, equality in the workforce, prejudice, and much more.
Some Friendly Competition (NYC)Interested in up to $7,500 to test your business idea? How about a guaranteed interview for an internship or full-time position with Publicis? Time to get down to business.
Robots and Humans, Unite! (NYC)On October 30, Pace will host a cybersecurity symposium, featuring some of the field’s most pressing topics and big-time names.
Impressionism and Theorem (NYC)This week at the Schimmel, art historian and professor Janetta Rebold Benton, PhD, takes an in-depth look at the paintings of Mary Cassatt on October 28 and juggler Greg Kennedy boggles minds with modern manipulation on October 30 and 31.
Wilson Makes WavesFrom a billion oysters to endless opportunities for first-generation Latino youth, the Wilson Center is having a busy semester.
Meet Me in the Middletown (NYC)Pace Performing Arts explores the universe of a small American town in a production of "Middletown" on October 21–25.
Committees Are Calling (NYC)Join a Student Government Association committee and get a say in decision-making, programming for students, speak up for commuters, and much more!
The Professor Is…Coming BackCalling all students! Do you have a favorite professor you want the Pace Community to know more about? Do you want to earn a byline by sharing their story? If so, keep reading.
Faculty Talk: Girth, Mirth, and Stigma (NYC)Dyson Assistant Professor at Pace University, Jason Whitesel, PhD, shares his ethnographic study on the lives and interactions of fat men within the gay community and reads from his book Fat Gay Men: Girth, Mirth, and the Politics of Stigma.
Finding Her VoiceBFA in Acting student Brianna Gentilella ’17 talks about voicing a children’s TV character for ten years, singing the National Anthem at a Knicks game, and how Pace has helped her grow as an actor.
Winslow Homer and Realism (NYC)From boating scenes to the Civil War, your favorite way to spend a Wednesday focuses on the paintings of Winslow Homer at the Great American Masters Lecture Series on October 21.
800 Years of Justice (WP)Boy, that’s a lot of candles to blow out…
You Besca Believe It (PLV)On Tuesday, November 3, Mark Besca ’81, NYC office managing partner at EY (Ernst & Young), will visit the Westchester Campus as part of Lubin’s Executive in Residence program.
Eat Up 50/50 (PLV)This week, 50 Days and 50 Nights is giving you some food for thought. Take a bite out of cancer, dine with a mentor, savor the talent at Red Café, and more!
So You Think You Can Thank?Grazie. Arigato. Gracias. Xie xie. There are so many ways to say “Thank you,” and the Office of Development and Alumni Relations is looking to give away a $1,000 gift card as a thank you to one lucky student who says it the best. Can you say, “Yes, please”?
So Much Room for Halloween Activities!
The decorations may have been up since Labor Day, but Halloween has finally arrived.
Focus on Nature: Film Series (PLV)Now showing at the Jacob Burns Film Center, a series of nature and conservation films featuring Q&As and discussions with Pace University faculty, student activists, and the filmmakers themselves.
Teaching GreatnessFrom the school house to the dance floor, childhood education student Nicholas Wang ’16 is helping make a difference for kids both in and out of the classroom.
An Evening with Angela Davis (NYC)Join famed activist and scholar Angela Davis for an evening of reflection and conversation on sustained social justice movements and student engagement.
Career CornerJust because the career fairs came and went doesn’t mean you’re off the clock. Suit up and show up for these awesome career prep events.
PAASA the Civility, Please (NYC)This week, the NYC Campus is smashing pumpkins, tie dying shirts, and trick-or-treating for diversity while welcoming a new student org in support of sexual assault awareness. There’s a whole lot of civility happening here.
Take the Law Into Your Hands (NYC)Is the law calling your name? The 33rd Annual Law Day on October 24 will set the record straight on all your law school questions and bring 100 law schools to campus.
Pace Goes Pink (PLV)We love you blue and gold, but we think we need a little break. Join the women’s soccer, volleyball, and field hockey teams as they pink up the Pace and raise money for breast cancer.
First Come, First Served (NYC)1st Gens, a monthly discussion group for first generation college students, is here!
Did Someone Say Tea Time?Have questions about academic life at Pace? Now’s your chance to ask the Provost—over tea!
Call for Submissions: AphrosAre you a poet and now you want others to know it? Fancy seeing your work printed and shared with the world? Here's your chance to make your dreams a reality. Aphros, Pace NYC's literary magazine is looking for submissions.
Library Late NightsThe days are shorter and the nights are longer so Mortola and Birnbaum libraries have added extra late-night study time so you don’t fall behind while we prepare to fall back. Extended library hours are back just in time for midterms.
Butt of the JokeTwo-time Emmy Award-winner Sarah Silverman is taking the Schimmel Theatre by storm and laughter on Monday, October 12, for Inside the Actors Studio.
All You Knit Is Love (NYC)The holiday season may seem far away, but it's going to take some time to knit 400 hats and blankets for children in hospitals. Join the Office of Multicultural Affairs in knitting for a cause!
50/50 Going Strong (PLV)This week, 50 Days and 50 Nights is building the sweetest cupcake you can dream up (and also explaining what that dream means), striking a pink pose down the runway, ponging for philanthropies, and more.
Partnering Passion and ProductivityPace student Giovanni “Gio” Lemus ’16 knows what it’s like to live passionately and with purpose. He shares his thoughts on the importance of getting involved, planning for the future, and inspiring the next generation.
A Major Decision (PLV)October is a major month for students who are currently undecided. The Advising Center for Exploring Majors is hosting a month of panel discussions to help you select a major that’s right for you.
U PMADD? (PLV)Lend a helping hand, and get down for Pace Makes a Difference Day (PMADD)!
The Adviser Is In!If you've got some questions about registration, who you gonna call? Your adviser! If you've got some fears about graduation, who you gonna call? Your adviser! October is Advising Month, so give yours a call today.
A Powerhouse Publisher (NYC)Join the MS in Publishing program as they welcome Susan Katz, retired president and publisher of HarperCollins Children’s Books and this year’s David J. Pecker Distinguished Visiting Professor of Publishing, on October 29 for the David Pecker Lecture Series.
There's No Place Like Homecoming! (NYC)Homecoming has come to the big city: celebrate being a Setter with pep rallies and parties, concerts and contests, and so much more!
Shine On, Write On! (NYC)Join the POC Writer's Workshop—a multi-genre writing community dedicated to empowering students writing about race and ethnicity.
From Camo to CareerJoin the Student Veterans of America and OSA on October 12 and 13 to learn about the Amazon Military Talent Partnership and what it takes to move from classroom to career.
Lights. Camera. Schimmel! (NYC)From American Showstoppers to off-Broadway hits, it’s showtime at the Schimmel.
Giving the Law Teeth (WP)
On Tuesday, October 13, Pace Law School will welcome Richard Blumenthal, United States Senator for Connecticut, to give the annual Gilbert and Sarah Kerlin Lecture on Envi
Strategic Plan 2015-2020Pace University and President Stephen J. Friedman present the 2015–2020 Strategic Plan, Opportunitas: Embracing the Future, and invite you to community forums to discuss the plan.
Lunch with the ProvostProvost Uday Sukhatme, ScD, is packing his brown paper lunch bags and coming to a campus near you for an informative discussion and meal. And you’re invited!
Pace (s)MartA little over one year after launch, the founders of the booming Pace Mart talk about their success, the obstacles they faced to get there, and the invaluable lessons they learned along the way.
50/50 Goes Pink in PLVThis week, philanthropy takes over PLV with the Pace Goes Pink football game, paint throwing for breast cancer awareness and Alzheimer's, and a paw photo booth and bra pong for breast cancer awareness.
Want a Professional Mentor?If environmental studies is calling your name, apply for a professional mentor in the field you are meant-for!
Together for a #Zeroslums WorldJoin the Pace Community for the Poverty Awareness Campaign, intended to be a powerful platform of change aiming to educate, activate, and turn New Yorkers into key players to help solve this global issue.
You Know You Wanna See PPA (NYC)Pace School of Performing Arts students are ready to wow you with not one, but two upcoming musicals performed in repertory. “Bernarda Alba” and “See What I Wanna See” start their takeover of Shaeberle on September 30.
Home Sweet Homecoming (PLV)Football and food trucks. A bonfire and BBQ. Casino night and chili cook-off. And that’s just the beginning. Westchester Homecoming is where the heart is.
ITS ConnectITS wants you to get connected. Check out their September news, including e-mail upgrades, where your technology fee goes, wireless, and more!
Policing Major Events (NYC)Common Hour in the library is all about New York’s Finest on September 30 as Assistant Professor and former NYPD Police Chief James Albrecht reads from his book and leads a discussion about changes in policing after 9/11.
Celebrate New SpacesIf you build it, they will come and celebrate at the ribbon cutting ceremonies for new buildings on both the New York City and Westchester campuses on October 15 and 20.
Free Your Voice (PLV)VOX Arts and Literary Journal invites you to free your mind with multiple readings this semester and also your voice at an upcoming creative writing workshop with author Sheba Karim on October 14.
#PaceThursdays (NYC)Got Setter spirit? Show us by wearing your Pace gear or blue and yellow on Thursdays and win prizes!
Let's Do Lunch! (NYC)Learn while you eat, and stop by the Wilson Center’s brown bag lunch research seminar!
Your Fairy Jobmother Is Here!It's that time of year again. It's time to brush up those resumes and head to one of Pace's Fall Job and Internship Fairs on October 1 in NYC and October 7 in PLV.
First Year, First HandMaking the leap from high school to college can be tricky. In our newest monthly column "First Year, First Hand," you'll hear from Pace freshmen who are navigating college life, from getting involved to res life to prepping for finals. This month, Mira Ibrahim '19 shares her experience at Orientation.
President's Blog: InsideTrackIn his latest blog post, President Friedman gears up for his InsideTrack conversation with Kerry Kennedy, president of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization, on October 6 and recalls his work for her father in the war on poverty.
Welcome Week Wrap-up (NYC)It’s been fun NYC, but it had to end sometime. What better way than with a roller rink in the Student Union, Fall Fest, and battle of the chefs?
50/50 Fun and Games (PLV)We may be 50 events in, but don’t worry PLV, we’ve got about 150 left to go. This week, sip on mocktails while you sing, dunk or pie a fraternity brother, and flex your trivia muscles.
Pace 4 Kids Kickoff (PLV)24 hours in a day; 12 hours to save a life. The annual Pace 4 Kids Dance Marathon is happening in November. On September 23, P4K will host a kickoff. Let’s get started making miracles happen.
$cholarships and Contest$We know money can't buy you love or happiness, but it can help you fund your education. Almost $20,000 in scholarships and cash up for grabs!
Setter Study Nights (NYC)You don’t have to do it alone. Study with a buddy and some tutors in the NYC residence halls every week!
Don't Be a Hazer (PLV)National Hazing Prevention Week, which takes place from September 21–25, is an opportunity for the Pace Community to come together to promote the prevention of hazing. Get involved with a week’s worth of events!
Painting and Politics (NYC)Do you want to paint a school? Come on, let's go and paint. If you'd rather talk about the news, come share your views, the CCAR can't wait! Learn more about the semester full of activism, advocacy, and service events planned for you. Highlights include Let’s Talk Politics and Paint a School Day.
From Dance to Big DataIt all started with customizing her MySpace page years ago. Now Pace student Briana Vecchione ’16 is taking technology by storm, from working on a research project for Microsoft to analyze the network flow of Citi Bike to developing digital ship navigation controls as part of a team in Helsinki, Finland, to interning for the Federal Reserve in DC.
Career Corner30-second pitches, practice interviews, recruiting workshops, brand new software to help you land a job…and the year has barely started! While you’ve been working on your tan this summer, Pace’s Career Services has been working on your future. Find out what’s coming soon this month!
50 Shades of Great Events (PLV)Go outside for obstacle courses, outdoor games, and BBQs, and inside Greek Life at Pace. 50/50 will see you now...
Getting Down to Business (NYC)The Entrepreneurship Lab is excited to announce their fall 2015 networking event—where you could meet, greet, and ideate with like-minded Setters. Don’t miss a chance to start your future today!
Welcome Week Hits the Halfway (NYC)We can’t believe it’s mid-September, but that doesn’t mean the welcome fun has to stop. This week, SDACA’s taking you around the city and back.
Sitting Down with Kerry Kennedy (NYC)President Stephen J. Friedman sits down with Kerry Kennedy, president of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, for an impassioned discussion about equal justice and poverty eradication on October 6 in NYC.
Once Upon a Tu-Tu (NYC)New York Theatre Ballet is slipping into some glass slippers and pointing their toes toward the Schimmel this week. Watch them plié the night away!
Its Not Easy Being Green (PLV)On September 24, visiting scholar Nina Godbole shares her experience and research findings on green health, and describes the differences between higher-education in the US and India.
Make a Media Industry SplashThe 2015 One Day Immersion in TV, Cable, and Digital Entertainment conference is your chance to get a leg up in the ever-competitive media landscape. Also, enter for your chance to win a highly coveted scholarship!
The Nobel Prize for Public ServiceKnow a student, faculty, or staff member whose community service efforts are changing Pace and/or the world? Nominate them for a Jefferson Award by October 9.
Going PlacesWashington. Brussels. Tirana. Studying at Pace doesn’t mean you have to stay in New York. With his prestigious grants and internships, finance student Anthony J. Leo ’15 shows how Pace can turn you into a globetrotter.
50/50 Continues (PLV)From slip 'n slides to kayaking on the Hudson, 50 Days and 50 Nights is taking full advantage of the summer heat.
Get Your Pace Sports Here! (PLV)Both the Women’s Soccer team and Pace University Football team will take the field on Saturday, September 12, looking to build some early momentum for the season ahead. Come out and support your Setters!
Now Showing at the Schimmel (NYC)From mesmerizing performance art, to silent films, to a double dose of Bacon, Pace’s Schimmel Center is featuring a diverse and talented lineup for the 2015–2016 school year!
Feel Welcome Yet? (NYC)Synchronized pranks, the San Gennaro festival, spa day, study abroad fair, soaring through the air at Six Flags. This week's Welcome Week lineup is brought to you by the letter S.
Fulfilling Summer InternshipsThis is the story of 14 Pace students picked for Wilson Center funded internships, making a difference and gaining real-world experience. Find out what happened at the Learning Outcomes Reception in NYC.
Get Graduate Schooled (NYC)It's never too early to start thinking about your future. With 60+ full-time, part-time, and online advanced degree programs, Pace can help you on that path toward greatness. First stop: Graduate Open House on September 16.
"Ketchup" with Your Prez and ProvostEnjoy some tasty treats and kick off the new academic year with President Stephen J. Friedman, Provost Uday Sukhatme, and students, faculty, and staff at welcome receptions on both campuses.
Prep for LSAT SuccessPace Law School invites undergrads interested in law school to join them for a free 60-hour LSAT prep course, starting on September 11 on both campuses with an information session and kick-off class.
Found: On-Campus JobsHave you been searching for a paid, on-campus student job? Look no further. Human Resources has got you covered with rewarding student positions right here at Pace.
Fighting Cybercrime (NYC)On September 17, Pace and the ACCA hosts a symposium to address the top cybersecurity threats and unveil groundbreaking research on cybercrime in the financial realm.
Speak Up for a SpeakerHillary Clinton, Jackie Robinson, Gloria Steinem, Christopher Reeve. These are just a few of the unique Commencement speakers and honorary degree recipients that have addressed Pace graduates in years past. Got a suggestion or nomination for 2016? Get it in by September 18!
Remembering 9/11Join the Pace Community in commemorating the anniversary of 9/11/01 with vigils on both campuses, sharing our stories, and a visit to the Memorial.
A Welcoming Month (NYC)Get ready to explore the Big Apple as SDACA NYC hosts Welcome Week featuring Broadway shows, ball games, museums, walking tours, festivals, and much more this month!
It's a Kickoff! (PLV)Both the Women’s Soccer team and the Pace University Football team will be launching their seasons in Pleasantville this extended Labor Day weekend. Come out and show your Pace pride!
Top 5: Labor Day WeekendKick off the semester by ending the summer in style. Here are some great ways to soak in the sun—and the city and Westchester—this Labor Day Weekend!
50 Days and 50 Nights (PLV)For 50 days and 50 nights beginning August 30, PLV is where you’re going to want to be. From BBQs and block parties to comedy and karaoke, it’s time for SDCA’s famous programming.
Come Together for Convocation!On Tuesday, September 1, the University will roll out the blue and gold carpet to welcome incoming Pace students to the community at Convocation 2015.
Pace-OPoly: Academic InterestsWhether you’re a nursing major interested in getting involved with SNAP or a crime buff interested in the Criminal Justice Society or Forensic Science Student Organization, take your interests to the next level with these student orgs.
Pace-OPoly: Business/ProfessionalFrom marketing plans to market analysis, choose from more than 20 Pace student clubs and orgs that are getting down to business.
Pace-OPoly: Law SchoolFrom sports and entertainment to politics to animal defense, we’re going to lay down the law school student orgs for you!
Pace-OPoly: Media/EntertainmentWhether you’re interested in writing, reporting, TV, or concert-planning, Pace has got you covered. Now back to you, Katie!
Pace-OPoly: Politics and AdvocacyChange-makers in the movement to end cancer; promote peace; and save our planet. All in a day’s work for a Pace student.
Pace-OPoly: Cultural/SocialFrom Latin flavor to rainbow pride, Pace has more than 20 cultural student organizations to choose from!
Pace-OPoly: Student GovernanceSGA, RHA, BAC. If you don’t know these acronyms, then you don’t know the student leaders of your University.
Pace-OPoly: Greek LifeIf you wanna go Greek, then you’re in the right place! From the alpha to the omega, check out which sororities and fraternities are on campus.
Pace-OPoly: Performing ArtsCan you dance your tail off? Do you have the pipes to give people chills? Our performing arts student organizations are undeniably aca-awesome.
Teaming Up for ResearchPace has announced the 19 pairings for the Summer 2015 Student Faculty Research Program—an ongoing initiative designed for students and faculty with similar interests to collaborate on extensive research projects.
How Do We Develop Empathy? (NYC)Can we help turn that selfish kid into a compassionate adult? The Pace Prosocial Development Conference will discuss new findings on building kids’ empathy on June 5.
A "Big" Star at Pace (NYC)The Pace University 2014-2015 academic year goes out with a Big Bang...Theory visit. Guess who's stopping by Pace as an Inside the Actors Studio guest on June 1?
Senior Testimonial: Nora HoganFrom Pace Preview to Commencement, graduating student Nora C. Hogan '15 looks back on internships, opportunities, and the wonderful people who helped her find her place at Pace.
The Next Five YearsDidn't get a chance to attend the Strategic Planning Committee (SPC) Community Forums in late April? The SPC is still looking for additional feedback. Join the conversation and help shape Pace's future!
Countdown to Commencement 2015Ready to turn the tassel? Almost. Here are the final details on the Commencement need-to-knows: when and where, who’s talking, award ceremonies, senior weeks, and more.
Research and FindThe winners of the 2014-2015 Undergraduate Research Program showcase are unveiled and application deadlines for the summer and 2015–2016 school year are around the corner!
Communicating SuccessMTV. NBCUniversal. Cosmo for Latinas. Communication studies student Melissa Vargas ’15 has interned at some of the most sought-after media companies in the Big Apple and is helping her fellow Setters accomplish the same.
Curtain Call (NYC)The Schimmel’s closing out their 2014-2015 season with Gelsey Kirkland Ballet’s take on Don Quixote, rising opera stars, and Tony Award-winner Ben Vereen.
Rising to the Top 100Pace University’s top 100 academic achievers were recognized at award receptions in NYC and PLV for the Top 100 Scholars.
Pace's Top Digital StorytellersAnnouncing the three winners of the annual ePortfolio Spring Contest, who showcased their academic and professional accomplishments and "took home" digital badges.
Nepal Earthquake ReliefLooking for ways to help the victims of the Nepal earthquake? The CCAR has compiled a list of some of the relief funds and organizations providing aid to Nepal. Plus, one Pace student is looking to raise $10,000 through his disaster relief fundraiser.
Testimonial: Jacqueline KelleherGraduating student Jacqueline Kelleher '15 thanks her professors and mentors for fueling her passion for research and collaboration, which she'll be taking with her overseas after graduation.
A Finals Fairy Tail (PLV)Once upon a time, Mortola brought therapy dogs to campus to relieve finals stress. Back by pup-ular demand, Stress Free Week featuring puppies in PLV. The end.
Introductions and Encores (NYC)One final curtain call for Pace seniors and freshmen presenting their fresh work at several showcases in NYC.
Celebrating SeniorsSeniors celebrate with BBQs and winery tours in PLV and brunch and baseball games in NYC. Plus, Commencement award ceremonies and receptions with your schools and colleges.
Testimonial: Courtney JohnsonGraduating student Courtney Michelle Johnson ’15 reflects on the opportunities Pace provided her and how she’s taken advantage of them to get to the next step of her journey.
The Legendary Lupone (NYC)Two-time Tony and two-time Grammy-winning Broadway legend Patti Lupone is taking you to Far Away Places right on the Schimmel stage on May 9. You’re not going to want to say you coulda, woulda, shoulda gone to this.
Cybercrime CrackdownThanks to his Pace education, Army veteran and information technology student James Ossipov ’15 is on the front lines of fighting cybercrime, one mobile phone at a time.
Run Breast Cancer Out of TownIt's almost time to lace up your shoes and Race for the Cure. Join the Pace team and kick breast cancer to the curb on September 13. Ready, set, go!
Films Before Finals (NYC)Or shall we say movies before mayhem? Take a break from finals studying and step out of the Netflix zone as 24 film and screen studies students debut films on May 7 on the NYC Campus.
Pace UnpluggedThe Pace Unplugged competition has a winner. The residence hall who flexed their power and took energy conservation to a new level of efficiency is…
Unstoppable Learning (PLV)Join SOE on May 4 in PLV to hear about strategies for high-quality teaching and learning from Douglas Fisher, PhD.
Chinese Corner (NYC)Environmental policy and US-China relations. Women and law: literary representation in 21st century China. The Chinese American perspective of adversity, resilience, and success. Pace Confucius Institute hosts three end-of-year events.
Having It AllPace student De’Ja Cox ’17 talks two majors, getting involved on campus and off, the importance of taking some time for yourself, and really getting to know the inner you.
Seniors: Send Us Your Stories!Are you walking the walk this May? Share your Pace story with us and we’ll include it in a future issue of The Pulse and on Pace’s social media accounts.
PJs and Pay Raises (NYC)Labor relations and a little bit of love happen at the pajama factory as Pace School of Performing Arts presents The Pajama Game on April 29–May 3 at the Schimmel.
It's Game Time (NYC)If you Construct 2 it, they will come. Want to learn how to build your own mobile game? Microsoft’s James Quick will teach you how to do it in a jiffy and with no coding experience at a Construct 2 seminar on April 30.
Nothing Succeeds Like SuccessThis week, in Pace students winning at life, we’ve got a new Fulbright scholar going to Albania, a Boren fellow heading to Ghana, a Gilman scholar to India, NYC’s Model UN team’s award-winning performance, and more!
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Leadership. Achievement. Recognition. Celebration.
Celebrate Our Leaders (NYC)Who’s going to take home some Golden Setters? It might be you. Join SDACA at the Student Awards Banquet on May 6 in NYC.
Curaçao’s Coral Challenge (PLV)Roll out the blue and gold carpet, because Dyson is inviting you to the world premiere of a documentary produced by a Pace class on May 12 at the Jacob Burns Film Center.
Paint a Cancer-Free World (PLV)On April 29, one dollar will help save lives as Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) invites you to join them in throwing paint balloons to create a mural for St. Jude Children’s Hospital.
Boom VOXFree your voice…and your calendar as VOX Arts and Literary Journal brings you an evening of poetry and performance in NYC and launch celebration in PLV.
Fashion Before Finals (PLV)Cruise on over to Gottesman Room on Saturday, May 2 as SOCA hosts their annual fashion show: Dare to Board, showcasing Caribbean fashion and designers, talent, and music.
Shape Pace's FutureWant to know what the next five years have in store for the University? Want to have a say in its bright future? Attend one of the Community Forums happening in both NYC and PLV for the 2015-2020 Strategic Plan.
Law Comes to Life (WP)Pace Law School is bringing the lessons of law legend Clarence Darrow to life through two performances of "Clarence Darrow," starring Professor Bennett L. Gershman as the lead, on April 24 and 25.
All Write, Alright (NYC)The Department of English will honor its NYC student writers who knew all the right words in categories ranging from poetry to journalism at the 2015 NYC English Department Writing Awards on May 4.
Spring Carnival (PLV)Step right up and get your tickets for Spring Carnival! Don’t be shy, step right up and get your free tickets for the games, rides, fun, food, and more hitting PLV on April 25.
ITS ConnectLearn something from Lynda, know where to go during finals, compare your academic history to your major’s program requirements, and more with this update from ITS.
Trainwreck (NYC)We all know one. Grab your designated trainwreck friends and head to the cinema for a free advanced screening of "Trainwreck," written by and starring Amy Shumer, brought to you by Universal Pictures at Pace.
Have a Skillful SummerFrom project management to performing arts, and from NYC to LA, expand your professional tool box and your horizons this summer with a range of intensive programs offered by Pace. Register today!
Library Late NightsThe days are longer and the nights are shorter during the spring, but not at the Mortola and Birnbaum libraries. Extended library hours are back just in time for spring final exams.
EY Not?This week is “Big Four” EY. $5,000 EY accounting scholarships for Pace students, a dining etiquette session, and a panel discussion. Plus, a lecture on tech and innovation in the music industry, leadership workshop, and more!
A Formal Affair (NYC)NYC’s Student Government Association invites you to a night on the town for their Third Annual Spring Formal, this year hosted at Tribeca Rooftop on April 24.
Going Big FourPublic accounting and taxation student Alexis Minneo ’16 paved her own path to a Big Four internship with PricewaterhouseCoopers and helped launch a new student org at Pace along the way.
Westchester’s Silver Screen (PLV)Curious about the history of film in Westchester? Drop by Professor Rebecca Martin’s History of Film course on April 29 for a documentary screening of "The Thanhouser Studio and the Birth of American Cinema" and meet the film's producer Ned Thanhouser.
Feeling Lucky? (BRC)Happy anniversary, Pace Perk! Pace’s favorite late night dining option recently turned five this month and they’re ready to celebrate and test their luck at the 5th Anniversary Party, featuring Casino Night, on April 23.
Who’s Got Spirit? (NYC)If you’ve got Pace Pride and two thumbs to tweet, listen up because now’s your chance to win some Beats. The Setter Spirit Squad is opening the social media flood gate for their #PaceThursdays Ultimate finale competition and giving away prizes.
Finish in Four with Summer SessionWhether you want to catch up or graduate faster, now’s the time to take the summer on! And this year, register for a Summer I course and take $500 off a Summer II course.
Take a StandEvery two minutes, someone in the US is sexually assaulted. Join the Pace Community in raising awareness during Sexual Assault Awareness Week, a series of events including screenings of The Hunting Ground, Take Back the Night, self-defense workshops, and more.
Success Starts HereModel UN PLV soars at the 2015 National Model UN Conference. Biochem and chem students dropped some science on Denver. Dyson and Lubin students get to business at the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank conference. Two students get Watson fellowships. The moot team makes their point in Vienna.
It's a (Murder) Mystery (NYC)Colonel Mustard in the library with a candlestick? Not so fast. Pace’s Forensic Science Student Organization has some different clues for you as they host a special murder mystery dinner on April 24 in NYC.
Dress for Success (NYC)Join us for our largest and most glamourous event that includes a fashion show, a panel, and roundtable networking session featuring successful industry professionals on April 23 in NYC.
Becoming Her American DreamPace communication studies student Opal Vadhan ’15 has interned at Sony Music, “The Rachael Ray Show,” Seventeen mag, MSNBC, and more. Recently she’s followed her American dream all the way to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for an internship at the White House.
Loss, in Translations (NYC)Brian Friel’s heartfelt 1980 play about 19th century cultural imperialism, love, and the deeper meaning of language comes to the Schaeberle Studio Theater.
Pace Path Live (NYC)Looking to get internships with NYC-area startups, meet other tech-savvy students and alumni, and check out the latest tech gadgets? Pace Path Live returns to Seidenberg on April 25 for your introduction to the tech industry.
Research RevealsKilling off cancer cells. Analyzing antibiotics. Comedy in education. Diversity on the bench. 27 Pace student-faculty pairs present their research at the 4th Annual Pace Undergraduate Research Showcase events in NYC and PLV.
Celebrating Pride (NYC)Next weekend, we’re doing Pace proud. Join the LGBTQA and Social Justice Center for the third annual Lavender Awards and the Stonewall Coalition for the LGBTQA Prom.
One Heck of a Caribash (PLV)From Caribbean Jeopardy to J’ouvert to Don’t Forget the Lyrics and more, Students of Caribbean Awareness (SOCA) is filling your week with a whole lot of spice as part of their annual Caribash Week in PLV!
A Day on Animals (WP)Ag-gag laws and factory farming. Carriage horses and captive exotics. The Pace Law chapter of the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (SALDF) is teaming up with law schools to host the New York Animal Law Symposium 2015 on April 16.
The Pace RaceJoin the Pace Community in support of small projects with a big impact. The Pace Race has started. On your mark, get set, give!
Girl Effect: Unheard No Longer (PLV)Sigma Lambda Upsilon brings the Girl Effect with special guests, performers, great food, and excellent company to the Pace Perk to benefit the LADYS mentorship program run by SLU.
“It” Girls and a Rebel Legend (NYC)This month, the Schimmel is showering you with the rebel spirit of Chile’s most important singer/songwriter/storyteller and Clara Bow’s silent, yet irresistible, rom-com “It” with accompaniment by Ben Model.
Voting Is Open (NYC)It may not be November, but it’s election season for Pace students in NYC. Vote for your SGA reps through April 13!
Sexual Assault Resources and SupportThe issue of sexual assault on college campuses continues to be one of national concern. Protecting our students, faculty, and staff and ensuring a safe campus community are among the University's highest priorities.
Winding Up for the Pitch (NYC)It's going to be a pitch perfect day on April 16 as budding entrepreneurs swing for the fence to take home $1,000 in cash for their original business idea at the Pace Pitch Contest.
Student Org Spotlight: Pace Vegetable GardenAre you gifted with a green thumb? The Pace Vegetable Garden is looking for students to explore their organization and grow some veggies right on the NYC Campus, as part of our Earth Month spotlight.
Stories Come to Life (PLV)Mortola. More like Mortal-a? The Library is giving you the opportunity to check out a living book as it hosts the Human Library on April 16.
President's Blog: iPace and OpportunitasIn his latest blog post, President Friedman discusses how iPace, Pace's online degree completion program, is bringing 21st century flexibility to our mission of "Opportunitas."
Race, Violence, and Verse (NYC)Join activist writers and spoken word artists at a writer’s workshop examining the impact of race and violence in communities of color on April 16 in NYC.
Bust a Move (NYC)Prepare to be floored as Pace Commercial Dance students and choreographers show their dedication on the dance floor at four performances on April 10–12 at the Schimmel.
Happy Birthday, Homer (NYC)Pace’s founder is turning 136 on April 13. Join us at a birthday bash to celebrate with games, giveaways, food, and entertainment, and help raise money for charity: water.
Wherefore Art Thou, Haiku?Write some fun haikus / and make card catalog art / five-seven-five GO!
A Grand Reopening for Kessel (PLV)It's time to bring out the giant ceremonial scissors, because the Kessel Student Center’s official ribbon cutting ceremony is happening on Thursday, April 23: Be there or be somewhere less cool.
Amateur Night at the Schimmel (NYC)Now you don’t have to trek up to the Apollo to catch an amateur night that will knock your socks off. On April 15, P.A.C.E. Board looks for the next big thing and has money to give away.
Kappa Kickoff (NYC)Are you ready for some football? KD picks up a TD with a fun flag football tourney on April 9.
It's a Girl! (PLV)We’re forecasting a shower on Tuesday, April 7 in PLV, as Zeta Phi Beta hosts a mock baby shower to raise awareness about premature babies.
The Many Faces of Love (NYC)Let’s talk about interracial and same-sex relationships! Join Dyson Professor Lisa Rosenthal, PhD, for a discussion on April 16 in NYC.
Music to Your Ears (NYC)Alt-rock band The Serotones, featuring vocalist and keyboard player Pace student April Rose Gabrielli '15, will be wrapping up their acoustic tour with a free show on Pace's NYC Campus on Friday, April 3.
April Is Earth Month (PLV)April is Earth Month and the Westchester Campus is keeping students busy with programming and events to celebrate Mother Nature and planet Earth.
Laugh Out Loud (NYC)P.A.C.E. Board can’t stop, won’t stop the jokes this April Fool’s Day as they bring comedian and actress Nicole Byer to the NYC Campus for Comedy Night on Thursday, April 2.
Get Ready to Relay (PLV)It’s almost time to stop cancer in its tracks while taking a lap around our own. But before we Relay For Life on Friday, April 24, here are a few upcoming dates you’ll need to know.
A Shorely Distinguished Speaker (NYC)Lubin welcomes Bill Shore, co-founder of Share Our Strength, as the 2015 Henry George Distinguished Speaker on Wednesday, April 8, for a lecture on the NYC Campus.
Unfriended (NYC)Universal Pictures at Pace is scaring the pants off of you before everyone else—for free. No kidding. Grab some popcorn and a friend’s hand, and head to the theaters for an advanced screening of "Unfriended" on April 1.
Igniting Social Change (PLV)As April marks the start of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, join the PLV community at two powerful events aimed at shattering the silence.
Spring Into Your CareerCareer Services is kicking into overdrive for the NYC Spring 2015 Job and Internship Fair on Wednesday, April 9, and bringing more than 100 organizations to campus ready to meet and hire talented Pace students.
Sustainability Starts with You (NYC)Interested in helping make Pace more sustainable, from water bottles to bus routes? The Environmental Consortium of Colleges and Universities will host its 10th Annual Student Summit on Friday, April 17, for students to learn how they can make a difference.
Submit the Write Stuff (NYC)Do you have a way with words when it comes to writing? Submit your work to the 2015 NYC English Department Writing Awards competition by April 6 for a chance to have your writing recognized and win cash prizes.
A Knockout TeacherChildhood Education Teaching Fellow Jennifer Czirr ’15 is boxing her way to the Barclays Center for the Golden Gloves Finals on April 2, and she’s sharing the values of sportsmanship with her students along the way.
Climate Change Trickery (WP)Pace Law School welcomes Robin Kundis Craig, PhD, for the Lloyd K. Garrison Lecture on Environmental Law, “Learning to Live with the Trickster: Narrating Climate Change and the Value of Resilience” on April 1.
Be the Solution (NYC)Join the Pace Community to explore problems and solutions regarding bullying and sexual assault in the 21st century at the Second Annual Bully and Sexual Assault Symposium on Tuesday, April 7.
Hollywood Masters (NYC)PPA’s Masters Series goes out with a bang on Monday, March 30, with four of Hollywood’s leaders closing this year’s program: actress Lake Bell, screenwriter Robert Benton, casting director Ivy Kaufman, and producer and President of the Producers Guild of America Hawk Koch.
Nurses, Pack Your BagsCyprus. Belize. South Africa. The Netherlands. The Lienhard School of Nursing now has more programs and opportunities to study abroad than ever before. So, nurses, where will you go?
Internships with ImpactDon’t have plans for the summer yet? The Helene and Grant Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship wants to put you to work through their Summer Funded Internships. Apply today for an internship that leaves you feeling great for doing good.
SGA NYC Wants You (NYC)On your mark, get set, race in the NYC Student Government Association’s spring 2015 elections and make a difference for your fellow Setters through one of the many available positions.
Adviser to the Stars (PLV)On April 16, meet Pace double alumnus Barry Klarberg ’81, ’85 as he shares his expertise on managing athletes and entertainers as Lubin’s Executive in Residence in PLV.
Mapping Human TraffickingWant to learn design thinking, build your resume, and gain humanitarian experience? Join a Pace team in designing a human trafficking crime map.
Pace Unplugged (PLV)This is the story of six teams picked to live in their residence halls, go to school, and save energy. Find out what happens when they unplug their devices and start going green: Pace Unplugged PLV and BRC Residence Hall Energy Competition.
Q-Camp (PLV)A glitter campfire and masquerade ball. Powerful discussions and fort-building. PLV and NYC team up to host an overnight Q-Camp on March 27–28 in Briarcliff.
President's Blog: When Debt Produces ROIIn his latest blog post, President Friedman talks about debt and the economic returns your college education will produce.
Ready, Aim, Hire (PLV)More than 100 employers are heading to PLV on April 1 to recruit you for jobs and internships. This is no April Fools’ Day prank. It’s Pace’s PLV Spring 2015 Job and Internship Fair.
ASDS Rep(resent)! (NYC)7 weeks + 17 shows + 30 actors + 4 directors + 2 playwrights = 1 incredible Actors Studio Drama School Repertory Season.
Climate Ch-Ch-Changing (NYC)Join climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer, PhD, and climate journalist Andrew Revkin as they discuss climate science and coverage on March 30 in NYC.
Tick-Tock Goes the Tax ClockAlbert Einstein once said “The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax.” Thankfully, Pace VITA volunteers are here to help you file your taxes before time runs out.
A Cultural Extravaganza (NYC)Celebrate the different cultures at Pace University and beyond with performances, food, art, and more at Culture Fest on March 31 in NYC.
Setters and Tiaras (PLV)Sigma Iota Chi isn’t looking for the next Honey Boo Boo, but if you’re looking for a tiara and raising money for a good cause, register to compete in their annual Pace Pageant on March 27 in the Gottesman Room.
The Business Case for Sustainability (NYC)How is the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) helping investors get better information about the environment, social issues, and corporate governance (ESG)? Hear more from a SASB director on April 6 in NYC.
Put Your Hands On New York (NYC)If you want to help make New York City even more pretty, join CCAR at Hands on New York Day on April 18.
Follow Your ArtFree your voice…and your calendar as VOX Arts and Literary Journal brings you a creative series of events this month and next in NYC and PLV.
Say CheeseOr queso, fromage, formaggio, or whatever the equivalent is. From Belize to Catalonia to Florence, announcing the three winners of the Pace Study Abroad Photo Contest.
This is the Wildlife (PLV)Interested in a career preserving the world’s animal diversity and habitat? Learn more and meet some wildlife experts on March 25 in PLV.
Meals with Mentors (PLV)Hungry for some knowledge and noms? You're in luck. SDCA hosts Meals with Mentors on Wednesday, March 11 in PLV.
Excellence in Oslo
“We need people like you to engage with and in the United Nations,” former UN Under-Secretary General Jan Egeland told the conference participants in his Openi
CBS EVP and GM an EIRInterested in an inside look into CBS Interactive’s new digital initiatives? Want to meet their EVP and GM? Lubin presents Executive in Residence Marc DeBevoise on March 25 in NYC.
President's Blog: Finish in FourIn his latest blog post, President Friedman discusses the University’s Finish in Four campaign and the advantages it can bring our students.
ePortfolio Spring FeverDoes your ePortfolio have beauty and brains? Enter it into the ePortfolio Spring Contest for a chance to win a $100 gift card and an award at the ePortfolio Student Showcase. Deadline is April 24!
Undecided? Explore Your OptionsCommunications or film? Marketing or management? IT or computer science? Come wander and explore all of Pace’s majors and minors at a showcase on March 25 in PLV.
Every Drop Counts (NYC)Every three seconds, someone needs a lifesaving blood transfusion. Roll up your sleeves because the Pace Physician Assistant Program is hosting a blood drive on March 12.
Shimmy to the SchimmelFrom trick-cycling and acrobatics to ballet to music with a message and much more, the Schimmel has back-to-back-to-back performances for you.
Not for SaleForensic traumatologist and human trafficking expert Halleh Seddighzadeh, PhD, will share her knowledge with the Pace Community at a series of events on March 23–26 in NYC and PLV.
The Opportunity Grant (NYC)If you had $50,000 to fund a unique, innovative event for the University community, how would you spend it? Attend an information session to learn more about the Opportunity Grant, with more than $600,000 in funds available, on March 23 in NYC.
Green Is GoldKnow someone at Pace with a knack for being green? Give them a big (green) thumbs up by nominating them for a GreenPace Award by March 31.
Site Survey and ScholarshipsMarch on over to Mortola to hear all about prestigious scholarships and awards. Then, take a few minutes to fill out a quick survey about their new homepage. Your "insite" is invaluable!
Personal Finance $eries (NYC)It may not be ALL about the Benjamins, but they can be important to those of us who want to be shot-callers. SDACA and OSS team up to host a Personal Finance Series with Mina Black in NYC.
Court in Session (WP)A symposium on reconceptualizing the future of environmental law, a lecture on rule-based legal reasoning, an international criminal court moot. Let us brief you on some upcoming Pace Law School events.
The No Hassle TasselOh, Commencement. “I can just show up in May, walk across the stage, and pick up my diploma, right?” Wrong. If you’re planning on walking this spring, there are a few things you’ll need to do before the tassels get turned and the confetti gets blasted.
A Landmark PartnershipACCA USA and Pace's Lubin School of Business have launched the first ACCA accreditation program at a US-based higher education institution.
Pace Power Shift (PLV)How will New York be powered in 2050? Join the conversation at the BioEthics Forum XXIII on the Great New York Power Shift: Transitioning to a Low Carbon Future on March 12 in PLV.
Got an App-etite?Have an idea for a useful mobile app? Bring it to life with an innovative concept and design at the Pace Mobile App Design Contest 3.0/Hackathon and win $500.
Speak Your Mind!Have 15–20 minutes and want to make Pace a better place and be entered to win an Apple iPad Air, Kindle Voyage, or Kindle DX? Keep reading.
Care to Dance? (PLV)OLAS invites you to take big steps toward a cure for heart disease at the annual Pasos Del Corazon dance marathon on March 9 in PLV.
State of the Art
“If it’s out there, I have to learn it.”