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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 TownWe know September is a ways away, but it’s never too early to race for the cure. Register today and join the Pace team in the fight against breast cancer.
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!
And the Pace Pride Award Goes to...
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.”
March Madness (PLV)Break a world record, enjoy a taste of Pace PLV, test your stomachs and your guts in Fear Factor. It’s Residence Hall Appreciation month in PLV.
Lubin Wants You!Attention undecided students: Lubin wants you to get down to their business majors at “Did You Know?” events on March 12 in NYC and March 23 in PLV, where you’ll hear all about the school’s majors, get swag and food, and win raffle prizes!
Make Your Case (NYC)Want a guaranteed interview at the largest media investment company in the world? You’ve got to be in it to win it at the GroupM Case Competition.
Showstoppers and Sopranos (NYC)This week at the Schimmel: Broadway singers and dancers pay tribute to Irving Berlin and rising opera star Anna Christy brings her sparkling voice to the stage.
Awareness for ANADJoin Delta Phi Epsilon as they raise awareness and funds for Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD) with a series of events including a pie-throwing contest, wing-eating contest, vigil, and more beginning on March 2 in PLV.
Seduction and Revenge (NYC)On March 4–8, Pace School of Performing Arts students present sex as a weapon of manipulation. No we’re not talking 50 Shades, this play did it before it was trendy.
Battling Self-Harm (PLV)Join the Counseling Center in Westchester in raising awareness and breaking down the stereotypes surrounding self-harm. Plus, support groups for students struggling with alcohol and other drugs.
LAX Arrival (PLV)We’re not talking about the airport. Pace’s brand new Women’s Lacrosse team hosts their first game ever on Saturday, March 7.
Your Leg-acy (PLV)Think you have a leg up on other PLV students? Show them what you got for a chance to win a $100 gift card at the Phi Sigma Sigma Sexy Legs Competition.
(Net)Working ItCommunication Studies student Alanna McCatty ’17 is funding her entire Pace education through merit and outside scholarships and shares her tips for landing scholarships, internships, and other opportunities at Pace.
Off to a Good Start-Up (NYC)Meet female student and alumni entrepreneurs who are turning their great ideas into businesses at the Pace Women Entrepreneurs Roundtable on February 26 in NYC.
Convict Chronicles (PLV)Omega Phi Beta will open up your eyes and minds as they present their annual Week of Illumination focusing on the injustices in the prison system.
Your Fairy Jobmother Is Back!POSTPONED: Due to the snow, the Career Services 2015 NYC Job and Internship Fair has been cancelled and will be rescheduled in April, exact date TBD.
Mirror, Mirror (NYC)With the help of media and advertising, the multi-billion dollar beauty industry has infused in us a false perception of the perfect body and a sense of insecurity. See sneak previews, meet the producer, and hear more about a film that turns the mirror on the media.
Hawaiian Pair-a-Dice (NYC)Pair a, pair a, pair-a-dice. All bets are on as RHA brings you its annual Casino Royale, a night of cards, games, and prizes, on February 25.
Unlocking the Puzzle of the Brain (WP)On March 7, join Pace's Center for Literacy Enrichment for a symposium on the science and genetics behind teaching a child to read and the difficulties they may face with language and communication.
Laying Down the Law (NYC)Considering law school? It may be faster and less expensive than you think. Find out more about Pace Law School and its 3+3 program for Pace students at a Law Day Panel on February 27 in NYC.
Paint the Campus Purple (PLV)In just a few months, the Pace Community will gather on the Westchester Campus to celebrate, remember, and fight back against cancer at the annual Relay for Life. But before you relay, you must register. Stop by the Relay for Life spring kickoff on February 25 in PLV!
Because Tomorrow Needs HerJoin the fight for women’s health as Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières launches its new initiative with a photo exhibit and panel discussion on March 4 at Pace.
Two Plays, Two Days (NYC)Spend your Saturday and Sunday seeing two plays from Actors Studio Drama School playwrights.
Let's ChatFrom coming out to t-time, the LGBTQA and Social Justice Center is hosting a series of discussion groups for students. Plus, PrideWorks 2015, the annual conference for LGBTQ youth and their allies, comes to PLV in March.
Pace Means BusinessPwC, Deloitte, NYSSCPA, BDO, and more are all coming to Pace to help connect you to a j-o-b. Work it.
Red Balls Rolling (NYC)Goodness, gracious, great red balls of fire. Eight dancers ferociously move amongst a shifting sea of red balls in the New York debut of contemporary dance company Backhausdance’s "Elasticity of the Almost" on February 27 and 28 in NYC.
Disabilities Film Festival (NYC)Lights, camera, activism! This March, join the Pace Community for a Celebration of Individuals with Disabilities in Film, the University’s third film event depicting individuals with disabilities in the media.
Hoops for Hope (PLV)The Women’s Basketball team will shoot for a breast cancer free world on Saturday, February 21, as they host their annual Play4Kay fundraiser.
Taking Care of BusinessEntrepreneurship student Amit Shah ’16 manages his classes and his own business as the CEO of an international niche staffing company.
Culture Corner (NYC)What do we want? Events! When do we want them? Now! The Office of Multicultural Affairs hosts a Protest 101 panel discussion, knitting for a cause, discussion groups, and more through February in NYC.
Confucius Celebrations (NYC)The Confucius Institute is breaking the bamboo ceiling on Wednesday, February 18, and ringing in the year of the goat on February 22 with a fashion show, singing, and more at the Lunar New Year Celebration.
Prepped and Ready (NYC)Think you know what to do in the event of an extreme natural or man-made disaster? Pace wants you to be prepared and informed through a NYS Citizens Preparedness Corps Training session on Friday, February 20, in the Schimmel Center.
We Can Do It! (PLV)Empower. Educate. Inspire. The Women’s Leadership Initiative is hosting an exciting week of activities beginning on Sunday, February 22, that will conclude with a motivational Women's Leadership Conference on Friday, February 27.
Dining Out MS (PLV)The brothers of Alpha Chi Epsilon invite you to dinner for a cause at their second annual MS Benefit Dinner on February 20. Now that’s some food for thought.
There’s an App for ThatCalling all T-Bones, Spirit Ambassadors, and student leaders! Before you can be the next mascot or class president, you’ve got to fill out your applications. Don’t miss these deadlines for exciting opportunities on campus.
Speak Up, Love (NYC)Let’s talk about sex, love, boundaries, and more. The Counseling Center and the Civility Initiative invite you to two panel discussions on Tuesday, February 17. Bring your questions and your voice.
President’s Blog: Progress in PleasantvilleIn his latest blog post, President Friedman tours the Pleasantville location and welcomes back a buzzing student life, as well as a brand new Kessel Student Center.
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.
Student Org Spotlight: WPCThe Women’s Political Caucus is dedicated to educating and empowering women who are interested in entering the political arena. Learn more about this org—the first chapter in New York—and attend one of their info sessions this month.
Mock Your Socks OffThe Pace Law Society/Mock Trial team had their most successful showing yet at the American Mock Trial Association’s regional competitions. Objection, hearsay? Let us proceed with the evidence.
Just PoetryJust Mike the Poet makes a pit stop at Pace this month with visits to Westchester and New York City. Join him in PLV for a very special open mic night and later in New York City as he presents his Just Words College Tour.
Career CornerPractice Interview Days coming up in NYC and PLV, a non-profit panel in NYC, networking in PLV, and much more.
Activist Spotlight: Caitlin BoleyCCAR's latest activist spotlight, political science and philosophy and religious studies double major and CCAR's student outreach and new media projects coordinator Caitlin Boley discusses the growing activist community at Pace, what motivates her to be civically-engaged, and more!
Party in the Name of LoveA date auction to benefit children in Kenya, an anti-Valentine’s Day game night, an open your heart open mic. Spend your Valentine’s Day with your Pace pals.
Protect Your Balls (PLV)Join Colleges Against Cancer at Pace in a game of dodgeball to support prostate cancer on February 11 in PLV.
A Grand Reopening for Kessel POSTPONEDThe event has been postponed. It’s time to bring out the giant ceremonial scissors, because Kessel’s grand reopening is coming soon to a PLV near you on February 19.
Wellness Wednesdays (NYC)Pilates. Self-defense. Yoga. For the next three months, spend an hour and a half each Wednesday doing you.
100 Days to Graduation (PLV)Prepare to cross the finish line. SDCA hosts 100 Days to Graduation on February 9 in PLV.
Act II: Bright Lights of BroadwaySDACA’s Broadway Series is back. Now showing: "Les Misérables," "The Audience," "Finding Neverland," "Fish in the Dark," and "An American in Paris."
President's Blog: You Asked, We ActedIn his latest blog post, President Friedman shares Pace’s new “You Asked, We Acted” campaign, which highlights many of our students’ suggestions and the steps Pace is taking to implement their ideas.
Trading CorporateMBA in Financial Management student Chinmoy “Rocky” Chakraborty shoots for the moon of finance in the city and lands among the stars at an internship with the historic St. George Theatre.
Laying Down the LawConsidering law school? It may be faster and less expensive than you think. Find out more about Pace Law School and its 3+3 program for Pace students at a Law Day Panel on February 11 in PLV.
Go PROgramming (PLV)Week of Welcome was just the beginning. PLV’s Programming Board is keeping the events going with Escape the Room (City Sunday), Happy Hour with musician Nick Hagelin, and the Step UP! launch.
Pursue Your Passion (NYC)Interested in pursuing your passion and inspiring the next generation of leaders? Register for the 8th Annual Student Leadership Conference on February 21 to grow, learn, develop, and network.
Education OverseasSay so long to summertime sadness and hello to summer study abroad. Faculty-led courses to Oxford, Berlin, and Costa Rica. Plus, information sessions in PLV. Come on, vamanos!
Powering up the Bots (PLV)It’s happening. The robots are coming and they’re taking over Pace. On February 8, robots will battle it out in the Goldstein Fitness Center as Seidenberg hosts the FIRST Tech Robotics Tournament in PLV.
Art History Alive (NYC)Pace Professor and art historian Janetta Rebold Benton, PhD, takes you on a journey from the Duomo to Dubai as she returns to the Schimmel with her fascinating art history lecture series featuring architectural masterpieces.
Getcha Greek On (PLV)NPHC, NALFO, IFC, UPC. If you’re wondering what the PANHEL we’re talking about, it’s time to getcha getcha getcha Greek on.
Change Your Pace (NYC)Where will 2015 take you? London, Adelaide, Tokyo…the choices are endless. This semester’s Study Abroad Fair will help you get to where you wanna go.
Mind Your Business (NYC)A boot camp for veterans, Pace women entrepreneurs roundtable, and the annual Pace Pitch contest. The Entrepreneurship Lab is getting down to business.
Dance Moves into the Schimmel (NYC)On February 6 and 7, take a musical journey with composers from Israel and Turkey set alongside Chopin, Beethoven, Ravel, and more.
Inside the Org: Pace Computing SocietyLet's talk about tech. Pace Computing Society is back and better than ever this semester with a new website and a series of speakers at weekly meetings from hot companies like BuzzFeed, HATCH, WeWork, and UNICEF. Oh, and free pizza.
Westchester Winter Week of WelcomeFrom on-campus events like sports games and comedians to off-campus outings including ice skating and Dave & Busters, Westchester has your Winter Week of Welcome covered.
NYC Winter Welcome WeekA game, a show, and a little snow. NYC does Winter Welcome Week.
President's Blog: Victory in National PolicyIn his latest blog entry, Pace President Stephen J. Friedman discusses the Pace team victory at the National College Fed Challenge.
Activist Spotlight: #PaceUniversityPoetHave you seen the haikus posted around the NYC Campus? The #PaceUniversityPoet talks with the CCAR about the poems, homelessness, and why you shouldn’t just walk by them or tear them down.
Year of the CareerSet goals. Make plans. Get to work. With this new year comes new career and internship opportunities.
Spring Into the Schimmel (NYC)2015 kicks off at the Schimmel with banjo masters and chamber orchestras, Zorro’s silent sword-fights, and more!
Best Practices Makes Perfect (WP)Want to make an impact on your education? Have thoughts on the shared responsibility of faculty and students? Register to attend Pace’s Fifth Annual Best Practices Conference on February 27 and be part of the conversation.
Spring(Break) Into ActionIn October 2012, Superstorm Sandy destroyed more than 650,000 homes. Two and a half years later, there’s still plenty of work to be done. In March 2015, CCAR will host the third Alternative Spring Break for Sandy Recovery.
Pace-OPolyWith more than 100 student clubs and orgs on our campuses, there’s something for everyone. So pick up your thimble, roll the dice, and advance to the Spring Campus Involvement Fairs on January 28 (PLV) and February 5 (NYC).
New Year, New Kessel (PLV)That’s right, folks. PLV’s student hub is back in business this semester. Join the community in celebrating the opening of the Kessel Student Center with food, free samples, music, and more.
Keeping the Dream Alive (PLV)More than 50 years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his landmark “I Have a Dream” speech that would be heard by millions around the world. Join PLV in reflecting on a man whose legacy continues to blaze the trail for civil rights.
President's Blog: Grace and CelebrityIn his latest blog post, President Stephen J. Friedman talks about attending a reception for The Kevin Spacey Foundation (KSF): America with two Pace scholarship recipients who had the opportunity to talk to Kevin Spacey about their careers.
Visual Storytelling (NYC)Pace students partner with people with developmental and intellectual disabilities from the AHRC NYC to present "The Art of Appreciation" on December 16 in NYC.
The SerotonesIf you’re a fan of electrifying alternative rock music and you haven’t checked out The Serotones, featuring band member and Pace student April Rose Gabrielli ‘15, and managed by Pace student Heather Brown ‘16, then here’s your chance on January 10.
President's Blog: Four TragediesIn his latest post, President Friedman discusses the tragic deaths of Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, Michael Brown, and Rumain Brisbon, and the work left to do in our country.
The InsideTrack (NYC): CANCELLEDCANCELLED: New York City Police Commissioner William J. Bratton is coming to the Schimmel Center on February 2 for a conversation with President Stephen J. Friedman.
Dream Team Earns GoldFor the first time in Pace history, the Pace team won the 2014 College Fed Challenge, beating out Princeton and other Ivy League schools… and they were featured in Humans of New York!
Pace Holiday Guide 2014Want to get some last-minute shopping done but don't know where to go? Have family coming into town and you want to show them bright lights and performances? Want to spread your cheer to someone in need? Done, done, and done. Check out our 2014 holiday guide!
These Are a Few of Your Favorite ThingsSome Seaport ice skating and Starbucks peppermint mocha, holiday markets and shopping til you're broke-a, enjoying some ice cream and the way that it stings (brrr, it's cold outside), these are a few of your favorite things.
Buy, Buy, BuyIt’s beginning to look a lot like stress-mas. The Palisades is packed and Macy’s is mobbed, so what’s a holiday shopper to do?
Light 'Em Up!Things are looking merry and bright. From Christmas trees to the world’s largest Menorah to Miracle Mile, see the lights.
Ice, Ice SkatingWe can’t think of a better way to stay warm this holiday season than by lacing up our skates, sipping hot chocolate, and hitting the ice with friends for some outdoor skating at these nearby rinks.
The Shows Must Go On!The Rockettes and Santa. Charlie Brown and Hansel and Gretel. The Grinch and Ebenezer Scrooge. 27 Santas and an Elf called Kevin. All the characters are out in a variety of shows in NYC and Westchester.
Tis the Season for GivingTired of searching for the perfect gift that will spread holiday cheer? Give your presence rather than presents by volunteering or donating to one of the many holiday drives and events happening around Pace this year.
A Wacky WinterFrom silent disco skates at the Seaport to Santa diving with sharks, these are some quirky winter activities for those looking to add a little bit of something else.
PLV's Stress Free ZoneFinals are a problem, but Mortola’s got some solutions to get you through to winter break. From meditation to therapy dogs, they’ve got new ways to help you relax.
Keystrokes of GeniusPace doctoral candidate Vinnie Monaco ’12, ’14, ’16 is verifying computer users through behavioral biometrics research.
Holiday Hoops (PLV)It may be time to light up the trees, but the Setters are looking to light up the scoreboard with upcoming home games including a Military Appreciation Day, Toy Drive, and more.
F Is for FinalsThe 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, study spaces, and more.
Been All Around the World (PLV)Show up, sign up, and ship out. International Programs and Services wants to help you see the world. Join them for an international open house on December 10.
ITS ConnectFrom ePortfolio facelifts to a robust resource for self-paced training, ITS is keeping you connected!
Women Writing (NYC)
On Tuesday, December 2, join the English Department as they host a Faculty Forum featuring Helane Levine-Keating, PhD, on “Women Writing: Recent Creative and Critica
First Generation Celebration (NYC)First in your fam to attend college? Let Pace celebrate you at a first-generation celebration on December 1 in NYC.
The Opportunitas BoothDuring this season of thanks, we're thanking Pace's donors for giving to the University and our students with what we think is one of the most awesome videos we've ever seen. Time to see your future in "The Opportunitas Booth."
Stand Up TeacherAdolescent education student Dante Plush cracks the jokes and the books in his classrooms as a practicing comedian and student teacher.
See the WorldFrom Curaçao to Copenhagen, Mumbai to Shanghai, and so much more, faculty-led study abroad will take you around the world and back.
Beholden in BronzeThe Center for Community Action and Research is pleased to award 12 members of the Pace Community 2014–2015 Jefferson Award Bronze Medals for their dedication to public service. And one was selected by the Jefferson Awards Board of Directors to represent Pace at the national ceremony in Washington, DC, this summer.
Calling All Night Owls (PLV)Prefer late-night study sessions and slurping down lattes in the pre-dawn hours? Mortola Library announces 24/7 hours starting December 1 through December 19. Finals don’t stand a chance.
Like a Boss (NYC)Join Pace’s Women in Corporate America for a panel discussion on the role of women in business featuring women executives from five top companies on December 2 in NYC.
Food for Fines (NYC)
Got fines? Give food. It’s that easy.
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 through the campus as they host the Winter Spectacular on December 2.
A Sparking Holiday Party (PLV)Do you want to decorate a window? Or deck the halls in PLV? Photos with the Setter, it can’t get better. On December 5, you’ll see!
Think Inside the VOX (PLV)This semester, celebrate all things literary with the VOX Creative Art Series, featuring a poetry reading, writing workshop, launch party, and more.
Students Shine on Schimmel's Silver ScreenSee what film and screen studies students have been up to this semester at their Student Film Festival on Monday, December 1.
Activism and Argyle (NYC)Want to hear about activism and action and wear ugly sweaters? Generation Citizen at Pace hosts GC Awareness Week on December 1–3 in NYC.
Play Your Cards Right (NYC)Pick a card, any card, and turn it into a work of art. The Birnbaum Library wants you to make art out of a catalog card to win $50.
Sugar Plum at the Schimmel (NYC)If you’re nuts about the Sugar Plum Fairy, get ready for Gelsey Kirkland Ballet’s The Nutcracker at the Schimmel on December 11-21.
Holiday Phun (PLV)Holiday shopping got you stressed? Skip the mall crowds as Phi Sigma Sigma hosts a holiday bazaar on December 7 in PLV.
Solve the Energy Puzzle (NYC)How can New York State lower its carbon footprint in the future? Help solve the puzzle of this clean power issue on Thursday, December 4, as Pace hosts NY State Power Puzzle: Pathways to a Low-Carbon Future.
Dream Team Does It AgainFor the third year in a row, Pace’s Economics team placed first in the District and advanced to Nationals at the 2014 College Fed Challenge in Washington, D.C.
The Planet Needs You (WP)
Contemplating law school? Join Pace Law School environmental faculty and students for a unique and interactive undergraduate forum on Thursday, November 20 from 3:00 p.m.
Love, Listen, and Leap (NYC)Love what you do. Listen to your voice, but listen to the advice of others, and leap. On November 20, ALPFA presents the 3 L's of leadership in NYC.
Art and Inocente (NYC)Be inspired on Wednesday, November 19 by a free screening of the colorful Academy Award-winning short documentary Inocente, followed by a Q&A with the film’s directors.
Growing and Giving RootsLubin graduate student Oluwabukola Oyalabu ’16 revisits her childhood roots while helping build playgrounds and teaching children the value of sustainability through her 2014 Wilson Center Summer Funded Internship at the Trust for Public Land.
Students of Pace (NYC)Humans of Pace: PLV, you’ve got a counterpart and it’s Students of Pace. Share away, NYC students.
Pay it ForwardSometimes it feels good to just do something good. From now until November 23, the Pace Civility Collateral will host the Pay It Forward campaign, promoting random acts of kindness.
Thanks and Giving (PLV)Before you start packing your bags for Thanksgiving break, pack the gym and your tummies as S.O.C.A. hosts a Thanksgiving Extravaganza in PLV.
Turkey Toss (PLV)Football and Thanksgiving go hand in hand. On November 24, put your hands on some “turkeys” at Delta Sigma Pi’s Turkey Toss in PLV.
FASB Forum (NYC)Ever wonder how accounting standards are set? Find out at an official forum of the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) on financial disclosure on December 1 in NYC.
From Wall Street to the Great WallSee China through the lenses of Pace students and faculty at a photo exhibition on November 17.
Just Dance (NYC)On November 21–22, Pace Commercial Dance students will show off the fancy footwork they’ve learned this semester on the Schimmel stage in DanceSpace.
Hoops, They Did it Again (PLV)The Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams are tipping off the season with doubleheader home openers to give you the chance to see both teams in action back-to-back.
Pouncing on Pace (NYC)PUMA’s making a mark on marketing as they host the 9th Annual Northeast Regional Conference on November 22 in NYC.
Jingle Jammin' (NYC)The Homecoming concert may have been cancelled, but P.A.C.E. Board has sleighed it with their upcoming Jingle Jam 2014 featuring A$AP Mob, A$AP Ferg, A$AP Nast, and Cash Cash.
Karaoke for a Cause (PLV)Sing up against domestic violence as the Keys to Peace course students host a karaoke for domestic violence on November 20 in PLV.
Walk of Fame (NYC)Models get ready to rock the runway with the hottest new trends as CSA hosts their annual fashion show on November 21.
CHP Presents Project Rebirth (NYC)The College of Health Professions Speaker Series presents Project Rebirth about best practices for helping communities and individuals heal in the wake of tragedy.
Skating Toward GreatnessHuman resources management student Nathalie Borgella ’15 balances a full course-load at Pace while skating for the NHL’s New York Islanders Ice Girls team.
As You Like It (NYC)All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women at Pace's School of Performing Arts are merely playing one of Shakespeare’s classic comedies in upcoming performances of "As You Like It" in the Schimmel.
Be Ahead of the ClassThe weather outside may be getting 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.
Platanos, Collard Greens Y Callaloo (BRC)Are you ready to laugh harder and love stronger? Platanos Y Collard Greens introduces new characters (and a new food) to their 10th season of the show, newly titled Platanos, Collard Greens Y Callaloo, and its coming to Pace on November 12.
Career CornerThis semester’s finish line might be nearing, but career events show no signs of slowing down. It’s a sprint to the end with upcoming panels, resumes, seminars, and more on both campuses.
Pace's Got Talent (PLV)Think you’ve got talent? Show off your singing, your dancing, your knee-slapping jokes, or other secret skills at Phi Sigma Sigma’s Annual Talent Show on Thursday, November 13.
Shoot for Peace (PLV)Keep your eye on the prize, the ball, and the cup as you shoot for peace at the Peace and Justice Society’s Peace Pong Tournament on Wednesday, November 12 in PLV.
A Week Gone Greek (NYC)Don’t know the difference between Alpha, Omega, or any Greek letter in between? That’s alright. Greek Life is hosting Greek Week to help you decide which Greek letters you’d like to wear.
Happy Hunger Games (NYC)Can’t wait for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1? Now you don’t have to, because P.A.C.E. Board is sending students to an advanced screening on Wednesday, November 19.
It's Showtime (NYC)SDACA wants to get you off campus and on Broadway with just two shows remaining in their 2014 Broadway Series, as well as a special holiday event to the see the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
Town Halls (NYC)Join the Dean for Students, Sexual Assault Task Force, and #PaceUEndRape at a series of town hall meetings on sexual assault, with the first on November 3.
Get Graduate Schooled (NYC)Is graduate school in your future? Our Magic 8 Ball says it may be too soon to tell, so why don’t you head on over to the Graduate Fair to learn all about Pace’s grad programs on November 12 and decide for yourself.
Climate Briefing (WP)World-renowned climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer, PhD, to provide a briefing on the latest report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) at Pace Law School on November 20.
Operation Christmas Child (PLV)Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to bring joy to needy children everywhere. Join CRU as they pack shoeboxes for children on November 13.
On a Medical MissionPace nursing simulation lab intern and recent graduate Martha Renteria ’14 will be putting her passion into practice as she travels to Haiti for a medical mission in March. And she needs your help!
Spoken Words (NYC)Andrea Gibson writes about everything from what keeps her up at night to what makes her want to stay in bed for a week. On November 13, she will move with you with her words.
Pace 4 Kids (PLV)24 hours in a day; 12 hours to save a life. On November 22, Pace will host the second annual Pace 4 Kids Dance Marathon to benefit Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital. Will you P4K?
OHT On Duty in PLVThis Veteran's Day, show your support for Pace and our military veterans. Purchase your Operation Hat Trick hats at the Pace Pleasantville bookstore today.
Pace Path Live (NYC)Think you know what your next four years will be like at Pace? Not sure at all? Either way, let Pace Path Live give you some techspertise.
Let's Talk About Sets (NYC)Pace Performing Arts Professor Luke Hegel-Cantarella leads the next discussion in the Library Faculty Talk Series on November 5 featuring the theater profession and his work as a set designer.
Global View (NYC)Pace’s International Programs and Services Office wants to help you find your place in the world. Stamp your passport to success on November 4.
Show Your SpiritDo you have a favorite faculty member? Has a particular Pace educator gone above and beyond to support your success at the University? Return that support by nominating them for the Homer and Charles Pace Faculty Award.
Paying It ForwardThree Pace School of Performing Arts students share their moving testimonials on what it means to be selected for The Kevin Spacey Foundation: America scholarships.
Pepsi, Please. (NYC)What do Beyoncé, Drew Brees, Bob Dole, and "Back to the Future" have in common? Aside from some B's, all have partnered with PepsiCo at some point in time.
Catching a DreamPace’s Catching a Dream program, which pairs high school students on the autism spectrum with Pace students to explore dreams, hopes, interests, and life opportunities, was featured in the fall 2014 Autism Spectrum News.
Life As We Know It (NYC)Pace Performing Arts presents two student-directed shows, Runaways, directed by Katherine Wilkins, and Self-Accusation, directed by Scott Davis, on November 7 and 8 in NYC.
CBS COO in PLVPace alumnus and CBS Corporation COO Joseph Ianniello ’90 discusses his experience rising to the C-suite at a Fortune 500 company on November 12 in PLV.
Mind Your Bizness (NYC)The Entrepreneurship Lab wants to help you build your dream life, not someone else’s. Check out two upcoming events featuring successful entrepreneurs.
Superhero Speaker (NYC)Holy early Halloween, Batman! Former DC Comics President Paul Levitz will give his first lecture as the David Pecker Distinguished Visiting Professor of Publishing on October 30.
Take the Law Into Your Own HandsConsidering applying to law school? Consider Pace. Meet the students and profs at an open house on November 8.
Sports Send-offs (PLV)Saturday will be a sad day in Setterville as football, volleyball, and soccer season close out their regular home seasons.
Get INvolved (NYC)The Industry Network for Arts and Entertainment Management is hooking you up with their contacts from the music industry, artist management, and comedy this week. No joke.
Fall Formal (PLV)Join the CCAR and Successful Learning Center for a fall formal dance on Friday, November 7, in PLV.
Salute Your TroopsPace to host two inspiring veterans events: one featuring SVA National President and CEO D. Wayne Robinson and the second, Hoops for Troops featuring some of the NY Knicks.
CHP PresentsThe College of Health Professions will host two important events in PLV and NYC: A town hall meeting on the Affordable Care Act and a speaker series featuring a conversation with Project Rebirth.
Poli-Fi (NYC)Politically infused fiction has the potential to open eyes and change minds, to illuminate injustice and lead readers to consider issues in fresh ways. Join award-winning writers for a discussion on balancing commitment and craft in poli-fi.
Science FashionHe designed for Lady Gaga, Will.i.am., Beyoncé, and Bruno Mars. He made the first-ever pair of 3D printed sunglasses. He brought Batman to life for Comic-Con. Oh, and he’s a Pace alumnus.
Grease Is the Word (NYC)Halloween continues and collides with karaoke on November 1 in the Schimmel. Do you want us to tell you more, tell you more? It’s time for Sing-a-long-a Grease.
Haaave You Met NPH?Here's the mini-cherry on top of the regular cherry on top of the sundae of awesomeness that is your life. NPH is coming to IAS so why don't you suit up and prepare for what's sure to be a legendary night on October 29. Challenge accepted?
Pretty in Pink (PLV)On October 22, get a pink manicure, t-shirt, or even hair extension, as Colleges Against Cancer hosts Believe in Beauty to celebrate inner and outer beauty and raise awareness and funds for breast cancer.
Setter Study Nights (NYC)Alright stop, collaborate, and listen. Setter’s back with a brand new invention. Midterms grab a hold of you tightly. Study nights held twice a week nightly.
Pace Goes Paranormal (PLV)Ever wonder what happens when you sleep? Think twice before answering that, but not before checking Pace Programming Board’s Paranormal Activity Week.
Explore an Org: The SWAP NetworkIf you’re looking for a student organization that brings women’s empowerment and opportunities to network and gain professional experience at Pace, you’ve come to the right place. Meet SWAP.
HallowRead (PLV)The only tricks here are the one’s up Mortola Library’s (book) sleeves as they prepare to host haunted readings and vampires as part of their Halloween celebration on October 29.
Florence and the Mann (NYC)Curtain’s up: Tony Award-winner Victoria Clark directs "The Light in the Piazza" starring PPA students, and award-winning director and playwright Emily Mann sits down for a Q&A.
Dude, Where's My Deepher? (PLV)Turn off the "Toddlers & Tiaras" and redirect your tweets from the Boo Boo to Deepher Dudes, because on October 24, it’s all about the fellows and the formal wear in PLV.
True Partnerships (NYC)On Wednesday, October 29, join the Wilson Center for their second annual True Partnerships event featuring Impact America Fund, the Center’s Social Enterprise in Residence, to learn best practices in collaborations for social impact.
Going the DistanceGeneral accounting student Chris Ambrus ’17 and computer science and economics alumnus Drew Cimino ’13 are running the 2014 TCS New York City Marathon for charity and they need your help!
Ready, Aim, HireInfo sessions with Disney, dinners with partners, the ropes of the music industry, and much more. Learn more about upcoming networking opportunities in NYC and PLV.
The Other Glass Ceiling (PLV)On Thursday, October 16, join the Birbaum Library in celebrating LGBT History Month with the next segment in their Faculty Talks Series: The Other Glass Ceiling: Campuses, Communities, and Challenges for LGBT Health in the 21st Century.
Civility Week: It's On Us (NYC)The Civility Collateral will host Civility Week, featuring an open mic, pumpkin smash, take back the night march, bystander training, and more, to raise awareness and fight back against sexual assault and violence on October 19-23 in NYC.
Humans of Pace: PLVDo you follow and like (love!) Humans of New York? That makes 10.1 million of us. Now it’s time for you to check out Humans of Pace: Pleasantville.
Pace Goes Pink (PLV)We love you blue and gold, but we think we need a little break. Join the football and soccer teams as they pink up the Pace and raise money for breast cancer.
PPA Goes in for the KillIn a small New Hampshire town, seven ordinary citizens violently murder their neighbor. But what happens next? Check out Pace Performing Arts in Massacre on October 15–25.
Home Sweet Homecoming (NYC)Obstacle courses, and formals, and pep rallies, oh, my! Westchester got swept away to a magical land of Homecoming last week and now it’s NYC’s turn. We’re off to see the wizard...
Gen En Design ContestEnergy, environment, entrepreneurship, engagement. Can you design an image with a message that will motivate and inspire Pace students to conserve energy? Win $100 and help Pace pull the plug on energy waste.
Days of DialogueIf you want to help enhance your experience and build a better Pace, you have to join the conversation. Stop by Town Hall meetings in NYC and PLV hosted by the Provost and administration.
Paint the Town (PLV)Sigma Iota Chi wants you to do or dye at their Colors for a Cause paint party on October 18 to raise awareness for breast cancer and Alzheimer’s.
Show-stopping Entertainment (NYC)A Broadway-studded cast will bring American Showstoppers to the Schimmel Center on Saturday, October 18.
Help End Homelessness (NYC)Did you know that between 1.3 and 1.4 million New Yorkers—including one in five of the city's children—live in households that lack sufficient food? In addition, NYC has had record-breaking numbers in homeless shelters. Join the Center for Community Action and Research in the fight to end hunger and homelessness.
Mind Your BusinessAre you a Pace student with a business idea you want to test out? Want up to $7,500 to do it? Apply by October 20!
Madness Ensues (PLV)It may not be March yet, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t some serious Madness going on in PLV’s Goldstein Fitness Center. Enjoy some free food, meet the basketball teams, and enjoy some contests and prizes including a $10,000 half-court shot.
Out and About (NYC)Celebrate diversity at Pace! October is LGBT History Month and what better way to celebrate than with speakers, singers, and poets taking the mic at the Coming Out Day Fair on October 13.
Pace Says Relax (PLV)The Counseling Center in Westchester invites you to try its new, state-of-the-art Relaxation Room and attend two new programs.
Battle of the Chefs (NYC)Are you ready to cheer on Pace’s Executive Chef John Olsson on October 8 as he chops his way to the top in Battle of the Chefs?
Rebuilding the FDNY (NYC)Pace hosts a discussion about rebuilding the FDNY after 9/11, featuring former Fire Commissioner Salvatore Cassano and Chief of Department Edward Kliduff, on October 7 in NYC.
Made in the USAMBA in Strategic Management alumna Christa Gray Page ’13 is driving the Made in the USA movement, one gift at a time.
A Musk-See Event (NYC)Twenty-four year old singer/songwriter Daria Musk went from singing in local bars to building a global fan base of more than 3.5 million. Want to know more about how she did it?
Career CornerCareer fairs, practice interviews, and recruiting—oh my! I’ve got a feeling we’re definitely at the university with the largest internship placement program in the New York metropolitan area.
A Month of Major ExplorationOctober is Exploring Majors Month at the Advising Center for Exploring Majors and they’ve got information sessions galore to help you explore careers, majors, and more.
Get Out and Do GoodNeed some good karma or good juju in your life? Pace has two opportunities for you to brighten up someone else’s day with Pace Make a Difference Day and CCAR's Paint a School Day.
Bright Lights, Broadway Nights (NYC)The Broadway Series is back and SDACA is taking the Pace Community down to the Great White Way for some musical plays.
Sarod of Folk and Fun (NYC)Singer-songwriter and actor Loudon Wainwright III brings folky fun, and Amjad Ali Khan serenades with sarod this week in the Schimmel Center.
Speak Up, Speak with Us (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?
PLV Gets a Field of DreamsOn Thursday, October 9, Pace will break ground on new Athletics facilities as part of the Master Plan and host a ground breaking ceremony.
There's No Place Like Home...comingSomewhere over the rainbow, you’ll find fashion shows and food trucks, mechanical bulls and live karaoke, and so much more waiting for you. We’ve got a feeling we’re not at Pace anymore.
Summit on Resilience II (NYC)As memories of Superstorm Sandy fade, what lessons have measurably shaped public-private partnerships in ways that bolster urban resilience?
Eat and GreetDon’t let the first time you meet your President and Provost be as you cross the stage at Commencement. Enjoy some tasty fall treats with President Stephen J. Friedman, Provost Uday Sukhatme, and students, faculty, and staff at welcome receptions on October 6 in NYC and October 9 in PLV.
Here's to You, PPAShe’s been Mrs. Robinson on stage and the Serial Mom on screen. She voiced the sultry Jessica Rabbit and performed burlesque as Helena Handbasket, Chandler Bing’s dad in drag. And now she's coming to Pace.
What's Up in Westchester? (PLV)From kite festivals to paint wars to 80s night, this round of 50 Days and 50 Nights is high-flying, colorful, and totally awesome dudes.
Give Thanks!Gracias. Merci. Danke. Arigato. Grazie. Doh je. Obrigado. Dankie. However you choose to say it, say it on September 29–October 1 and enter to win a $100 gift card.
The Big Picture (PLV)Mortola Library wants you to speak up, take some photos, and play some games. Looks like we’re not in Mrs. Husherson’s library anymore.
The Godspell According to Pace (NYC)Jesus, John the Baptist, Judas, and co. are coming to Pace. Prepare ye for the School of Performing Arts' premiere of Godspell.
Do You Know the Next Jefferson?Know 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 10.
Time Travel Through Art HistoryBotticelli. Goya. Rodin. Chagall. Join Janetta Rebold Benton as she returns to the Schimmel with her fascinating art history lecture series.
Semester in the City (PLV)Are you a Westchester sophomore interested in getting a taste of the NYC experience? Learn about an exciting program that will have you loving and living in NYC this spring.
President's Post: Bo's StoryIn his latest blog, President Friedman shares an inspiring story about Bo, whose Make-A-Wish dream was to receive strength and conditioning workouts from a Pace athletics trainer. Now a freshman at the University, Bo's Pace experience is just beginning.
Light the NightPace physician assistant students didn't just participate in the Light the Night walk on September 18. They raised more than $11,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and were recognized as part of the 10 Grand Club, alongside huge organizations like JPMorgan Chase, Ralph Lauren, and EY.
A Major Decision (PLV)Picking a major isn't easy, but it's also not set in stone. In conjunction with the University's theme "Finding and Pursuing Your Passion," the Advising Center for Exploring Majors will host a series of events on majors and what you can do with them.
(Don't) Get Schooled
Created by students for students, Seidenberg is thrilled to host their very first SCHOOLED event.
Fall Hard (NYC)The bigger they are, the harder they fall…fest. And for P.A.C.E. Board, one of the largest student orgs, they’re going hard with a rock wall, lazer tag, carnival games, food, music, and more on September 24.
50/50 Gets Extreme (PLV)If you want a day of kickball, water gun fights, and ultimate frisbee, you got it. If you’d rather a carnival, karaoke, and free food, that’s also yours. 50/50 keeps it going in PLV.
Career Fair SquaredWeeks into the semester and already hundreds of employers magically appear on the NYC and Westchester campuses. Your fairy jobmother has returned. Bibbidi-bobbidi-booyah!
Welcome Week Crosses the Finish Line (NYC)The top of the Rock or the Empire State Building? The Museum of Sex or Love and Murder? Welcome Week in NYC goes out with a bang.
Bringing an Idea to Life (NYC)Find out how one thought was transformed into a global marketing firm as the Entrepreneurship Lab hosts an event on Tuesday, September 30, in NYC.
Ahead of the Class“It isn’t uncommon for students with internships to become hired by the company once the internship ends. I was fortunate enough to have this scenario become a reality for me,” says recent graduate Deidre Emerich '14.
Glover's On! (NYC)On October 1, Pace welcomes an actor and activist to the NYC Campus. We’re definitely not too old for this…
Shooting Stars and Dancing Fish (WP)Antonio A. Oposa Jr., one of Asia’s leading voices in environmental law, will give his keynote address as Distinguished International Environmental Scholar-in-Residence at the Kerlin Lecture on October 1.
Freedom is SweetWe the people of Pace University will celebrate Constitution Day with pocket Constitutions, patriotic cupcakes, a discussion, and more on Wednesday, September 17.
Think You Can Dance? (PLV)Do a little dance, show a little love for the Setters, and get down to the Dance Team Pre-Audition Workshop and Tryout.
Welcome Week Rounds the Corner (NYC)Synchronized pranks and the San Gennaro festival; museums and musicals; Welcome Week in NYC has got it all.
Do Good, Feel GreatWhether you’re interested in knitting hats for children with cancer, sprucing up an NYC school, or being a lunch buddy to someone in need, Pace has your opportunities to do good and feel great.
Sopranos and Silent Films (NYC)VOCE at Pace returns with a rising soprano star; a silent film with live accompaniment, and Gustafer Yellowgold brings his yellow alien to the Schimmel Center.
#PaceU at the People’s Climate MarchTo change everything, we need everyone. On September 21, the largest climate march in history will come to NYC and the Pace Academy and CCAR invite you to join them.
For the Love of BacteriaBiology student Raheem Lawrence ’15 studies bacteria and tuberculosis as part of his prestigious 2014 American Society for Microbiology Undergraduate Research Fellowship.
50/50 Almost at 50% (PLV)From sumo wrestling and dodgeball to movies and trivia, this week’s programming will work you out and wind you down.
Finding Her Calling Through Career ServicesFor students who think that Westchester students don’t have access to the same incredible internships that NYC students do, meet Cristina Theriault ’14.
Discuss Diversity (NYC)Shaved ice and chalk festivals, programs for diverse communities, and a lecture from an actor and activist. We’ll never be too old for this…
All Abroad!Where do you want to be during the spring 2015 semester? Freezing your fingertips off in New York or studying and surfing in Australia? A world of opportunities awaits with Study Abroad.
Equality Starts Here (NYC)This fall, the LGBTQA and Social Justice Center gets everyone talking with a semester’s worth of discussion groups where you can swap stories and share realities. To kick off the discussion, we’re hosting the 4th annual NY Transgender Health Conference.
Get ExperienceGet experience. Get hired. Get to these upcoming Career Services events.
P4K the Night Away (PLV)24 hours in a day; 12 hours to save a life. Later this fall, Pace will host the second annual Pace 4 Kids Dance Marathon to benefit Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital. On September 16, join the community at the P4K kick-off at the Pace Perk.
50/50 Picks Up Steam (PLV)This week, there’s a whole lot of Greek action as part of 50 Days and 50 Nights, including picnics and field days, ice cream and happy hour, and more!
Best Weeks Ever Part Two (NYC)Ball games and broadway, spa days and Six Flags, open mic and out at Pace. Welcome “Week” continues in NYC.
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 2015? Get it in by September 15!
Pace Remembers 9/11Join the Pace Community in commemorating the anniversary of 9/11/01 with vigils on both campuses, a display of artifacts, a trip to the memorial, and a panel of journalists sharing their stories.
Get Techie with ITOn your mark ready set let’s go. Tech pro I know you know I go psycho when my internet quits, cable splits. Gotta get techie with it, that’s it! From discounts and Dawg Dollars to mobile app updates and makeovers, ITS is keeping you connected.
September with Seidenberg (NYC)Write/Speak/Code for women. Agile Day and DroidCon for all. Seidenberg has got the scoop on the techsperiences available at Pace.
Getcha Greek On!NPHC, NALFO, IFC, UPC. If you’re wondering what the PANHEL we’re talking about, it’s time to getcha getcha getcha Greek on.
Make Your Film DebutYou know what’s even better than a thank you note? A thank you video! That’s why Development and Alumni Relations is doing something extra special to thank Pace donors for their support. And they need you to be their stars!
Meet the Firms (NYC)Are you ready to network with recruiters and potential employers from accounting and finance firms? No? Well, you have a week to prepare as Beta Alpha Psi hosts Meet the Firms on September 8 in NYC.
Work ItLooking for an on-campus student job to help pay your way through Pace? Check out who’s hiring!
From Borneo to BusinessChristopher Kang '14 came to Pace from Borneo Island looking for a life changing experience. He found it.
Curtain's Up (NYC)Patti LuPone. A Grease sing-along. The Nutcracker. Loudon Wainwright III. The Schimmel Center unveils its 2014-2015 season of programming and it all starts soon.
Covering Catastrophe (NYC)As the 9/11 anniversary approaches, join Pace for a panel discussion featuring personal and professional stories of journalists who covered 9/11.
It's Gettin' Hot in Herrre (WP)A warming planet? Coastal resiliency? A sustainable Westchester? Pace Law School hosts the Westchester Climate Change Summit on September 12 to discuss climate change’s impact on Westchester.
Educate. Engage. Empower. (NYC)Ready to be an active citizen and give back to local communities? Join Generation Citizen at Pace to bridge the gap between Pace students and NYC public schools.
Taking You Out to the Ball Games (PLV)Smells like Setter spirit: Dig volleyball, get your kicks at women’s soccer, or catch the football team in action.
Beyond Gridlock (NYC)Pace to host discussion on state leadership on energy and environmental issues featuring New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on September 3 in NYC.
50 Days and 50 Nights (PLV)For 50 days and 50 nights beginning September 2, PLV is where you’re going to want to be. From slides and bouncies to block parties and field days, it’s time for SDCA’s famous programming.
Best Weeks Ever (NYC)What better way to welcome you to campus than with more than 50 events throughout September? From the bright lights of Broadway to BBQs and ball games, here’s what SDACA has going on in NYC.
Convocation 2014First-year students kick off their college years on September 2 at the 7th Annual Convocation, being held on both the NYC and Westchester campuses.
OSS: Concierge to Pace StudentsHave a question and not sure where to get it answered? Need help navigating or taking advantage of resources at the University? Consider the Office for Student Success at your service.
Get WOW'edFirst year as a Pace PLV student? Get introduced to the campus with Week of Welcome, four full days of events including tours, food, games, and more!
Pace-OPolyWith 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 the Campus Involvement Fairs on September 2 in PLV and September 11 in NYC.
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 students 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, Barbara!
Pace-OPoly: Politics and AdvocacyChange-makers in the movement to end genocide and cancer; promote HIV awareness; 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 going to fill you with "Glee."
A Big Apple BBQ (NYC)What better way to celebrate the summer than with some BBQ, dancing, games, and prizes in the park? Join Global Pathways on August 12 in NYC.
IAS: SVUYou have the right to get really really excited. Inside the Actors Studio is proud to welcome a very special guest on Tuesday, August 5: Law and Order: SVU's Mariska Hargitay.
President's Blog: Graduation Days"There are thousands of unwritten stories on the faces of Pace graduates, and each graduate will have a story that is unique and worth retelling," says President Friedman in his latest blog on graduation.
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 7.
Senior Testimonial: Denika DesertFor graduating student Denika Desert, four years of Pace was filled with opportunity: clubs, Greek life, study abroad, and more...all leading to her next step: graduate school.
Ready for Research?Announcing the winners of the 2013-2014 Undergraduate Research Program showcase and applications for the 2014-2015 school year!
President’s Post: Mental HealthFrom classroom experiences to the importance of counseling. President Friedman discusses mental health awareness and what Pace has been doing about it.
Designing an ExperienceFrom Pleasantville to Priceline.com, Spain to South Africa, Dyson Communications student John Robb has been all over the m-app.
Our Planet, Our Problem (NYC)Welcome to the Anthropocene: From Global Challenge to Planetary Stewardship. The 2014 AESS conference is headed to Pace’s NYC Campus in June.
PPA Gets School-edPace officially unveils its new School of Performing Arts, Manhattan’s first Performing Arts School in nearly 50 years.
All the Write Moves (NYC)This spring, the Dyson New York English Department honored many of the Pace students who have the write stuff at the annual Writing Awards Ceremony.
Countdown to CommencementIt’s the final countdown…and here are the final details on the Commencement need-to-knows: extra tickets, award ceremonies, overflow viewing, senior weeks, speakers, and more.
The Best and the FulbrightestTwo Pace students have been awarded U.S. Student Fulbright awards for 2014-2015 to teach in Spain and research public health in Swaziland.
100 Years of Sleep (NYC)Celebrate the end of finals with some sleep…ing beauty as Gelsey Kirkland Ballet presents one of the most beloved and famous ballets on May 16–18 at the Schimmel.
Senior Testimonial: Alisha HayesThis week, graduating student Alisha Hayes talks about her plans to continue at Pace, getting her MPA and JD, what she'll miss about her dorm room, and advice for incoming students.
Troubled Waters? (NYC)Join the Pace Academy and Pace Law School on Thursday, May 15, for Who Owns the Waterfront?, an exciting panel discussion on one of NYC’s treasures.
In Stock(ing)When we say that Pace student and 2014 Pace Pitch Contest winner Paige Cecchi ’15 has a leg up on most college students, we’re not kidding.
President's Post: Alumni in FloridaDid you know that the Sunshine State is filled with Pace Setters? In this week’s blog post, President Friedman talks about his meetings with some of the active alumni in Florida.
Sharing Their PA-rspectivePace Physician Assistant students Dominique Sisto ’14, Amy Rosentel ’15, and Megan Greger ’15 talked to high school students about careers as a physician assistant at Harlem Village Academies Career Day.
A Whole New Ball GameLubin unveils a new secret weapon in their game plan with the BBA in Sports Marketing Program.
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School's In for SummerBeginner Spanish. Intermediate Accounting. Advanced Yoga. Pace Summer Session has it all. Whether you want to catch up or graduate faster, now’s the time to take the summer on!
Senior Testimonials: Shyam + MayGraduating Lubin student and Generation Citizen co-founder Shyam Nooredeen gives a shout out to CCAR and Dyson student May Reinert thanks a professor who opened doors for her. Submit yours today!
Who Let the Dogs In? (PLV)P-L-V! Back by pup-ular demand, the Good Dog Foundation is bringing their therapy dogs to help you take your mind off of finals for a few hours on May 7.
President's Post: Pace NetworkIn his latest blog post, President Friedman discusses the Pace Network who not only achieved their dreams, but who help current students achieve their dreams as well.
Midnight Breakfast Club (PLV)What better way to power up your all-night study session than with a little midnight breakfast? It’ll be grrreat!
Celebrating Seniors (NYC)Whether you’re interested in brunch, beer, BBQ, ball games, or BATMAN: the ride, Senior Week in NYC has got you covered.
Our Eye on SpozmiRA, VP, HR—Lubin student Spozmi Nouri ’14 has done it all. Hear all about it by checking out her success story video.
Baby Birds Gets Hatched (NYC)Fresh work. Freshmen. On May 14, Ryan Scott Oliver and Pace’s Musical Theater Class of 2017 host an evening of songs, all written, performed, and directed by first-year students, at 54 Below.
Green Vs. GoldPLV Media and Communication Arts students present the premiere of Green vs. Gold: Brazil's Race to Balance Its Sports-Fueled Tourism Boom, the documentary they wrote, shot, and produced on location in Brazil.
F is for FinalsThe 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, study spaces, and more.
Show Some Big Love (NYC)Fifty brides flee to a manor in Italy to avoid marrying their fifty cousins. Pace Performing Arts closes out their season with Big Love on May 7–11 at the Schimmel Theatre.
Science MattersOn Friday, May 9, students present their research at the Seventh Annual Department of Biology and Health Sciences Poster Session in NYC.
Fulbrights without BordersRussia. Spain. Colombia. Where will you go? Applications for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program are available May 1.
President's PostPace President Stephen J. Friedman discusses the realities of internships and the warmth of reunions this week on his blog.
Fashion Meets Philanthropy (NYC)Fashion and charity are IN this season at Styleta at Pace’s annual Spring Fashion Show on Monday, April 28.
Pride in Pleasantville (PLV)Celebrate the accomplishments of some stellar Setters at the annual Pace Pride Awards Ceremony on May 2 in PLV.
The Pace Race24 hours. 24 reasons to give. The Pace Race starts on May 1. On your mark, get set…
Get Psyched! (NYC)On May 3, students will present on topics including the relationship between creativity and self-esteem, Instagram, and more at the 22nd Annual Pace University Psychology Conference on the NYC Campus.
Curtain’s Up at HSC (BRC)It’s a Family Reunion as Hudson Stage Company presents A Number and A Kind of Alaska beginning on Friday, May 2, in Briarcliff.
Seniors: Send Us Your 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.
Confucius Institute Turns Five (NYC)A very happy birthday to Pace’s Confucius Institute who will be celebrating its fifth year with an anniversary celebration on May 3.
The Mic Is Yours (PLV)Now’s the time to bust a rhyme, crack a joke or sing some folk as WPAW presents Open Mic Night on May 1.
Won’t You See Neighbors? (NYC)Want to see the new Zac Efron and Seth Rogen movie before everyone else? Pace students in MAR363 have organized a screening for you on May 1.
A Universal SuccessWith nine internships under her belt, Alexandra Osten ’15 shares her not-so-magic secrets to securing internships.
President's PostPace President Stephen J. Friedman has taken to the blogosphere. This week, he discusses a Pace student-managed investment portfolio which outperformed the market with a 39% gain in 2013.
PLV50 Gets Roots (PLV)It’s time to get back to your roots as Pleasantville hosts the 50th Anniversary Tree Planting Ceremony on Wednesday, April 30, to mark the end of Earth Month.
No Means NoEvery 2 1/2 minutes, a person is raped in this country. Join the Pace Community in raising awareness during Sexual Assault Awareness Week, a series of events including Take Back the Night, self-defense workshops, and more.
Peace and Justice For AllPolitical Science student and Model UN Head Delegate Elena Marmo ’15 explores Peace and Justice Studies around the world and at Pace.
Putting the Fun in Funding (WP)Thinking about a career in the nonprofit sector? We think you’ll profit from a nonprofit forum hosted by the Wilson Center and Hitachi on April 30.
Commencement Is Coming!It’s almost time and we’ve scored the deets on the graduation need-to-knows: look who’s talkin' 2...U; dude, where’s my cap and gown?; and what does the fox(woods) say?
Murder for Two (NYC)Monday just got murderous and musical as Pace Performing Arts students join Off-Broadway’s Murder for Two for one night on April 21.
Megatrends and Mega Speakers (NYC)
On Monday, April 21, from 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m., Beta Alpha Psi invites you to join them for their first annual Accounting, Auditing, and Reporting Update event in the
Have a Caribash (PLV)Caribbean fashion hits the runway as SOCA hosts their Bad Never Looked This Good Fashion Show on April 26 in PLV.
Films During Finals (NYC)Or shall we say movies during mayhem? Take a break from finals studying (or celebrate if you’ll be done) as 40 Film and Screen Studies students debut short films on May 12 on the NYC Campus.
Think Inside the VOX (PLV)VOX premieres its latest issue with a launch event featuring alumna and novelist Amanda Cerreto.
SDACA Awards Ceremony (NYC)Know a student leader or organization that deserves recognition for their contributions to the Pace NYC community? Nominate them for an award and recognition at the 2014 Student Awards Banquet.
Enchanted Event (NYC)The Birnbaum Library is about to go Medieval on you as they present Translating Medieval Tales of Magic and the Middle East on April 22.
Taylor 2 Festival (NYC)Taylor 2 has travelled from Alaska to Zimbabwe and back. And on April 24–26, they return to the Schimmel as part of the Pace Presents season.
When in RomeWhen in Rome or the Amalfi Coast, or anywhere else, hospitality and tourism management student Topaz Smith ’14 immerses herself in culture.
Glass or #FAIL (NYC)All eyes are on Seidenberg as they give you a look into Google Glass at a workshop and demo. Get your glasses over to the NYC Campus on April 16.
Meet the Interns (NYC)Ever wonder what it's like to intern at a company like Warner Music Group or PwC? Find out at ALPFA’s Meet the Interns, an eye-opening and informative panel discussion on April 29.
Get a Clue (NYC)It was T-Bone in the Bianco Room with a stick. Stop by the Mystery Dinner Theater on April 15 for a real-life game of “Clue.” It’s going to be a killer event.
Out for Blood (PLV)Every two seconds, someone needs blood to survive. On April 23, donate life as the American Red Cross stops by the Westchester Campus.
Show and TellVideo games. Dace fish. Gender and diabetes. For two semesters, 30 student and faculty pairs have been working together as part of Pace’s Undergraduate Research Program. Hear about their findings at showcases on May 7 in NYC and May 8 in PLV.
No Sleep Til a Cure (PLV)One in three people will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime. The journey to end this starts with a single step. On April 25, take that step and celebrate, remember, and fight back against cancer as Pace hosts the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life in PLV.
Your House Is Haunted...Again (NYC)Don’t let finals haunt you—instead check out an advance screening of Marlon Wayans’ film A Haunted House 2 on April 17.
The Deans Deliver (NYC)Have a question for your Dean? Let them answer it as SGA hosts Ask the Deans on April 16 in NYC.
We Want You BAC (NYC)Are you interested in learning and gaining knowledge about the budget allocation process at the University? Want to work with other student leaders to distribute funding to clubs and student organizations on the NYC Campus? Well, here’s how you can!
Poems and Prose (NYC)Roses are red / violets are blue / Ron Padgett’s at Pace / And you should be, too.
Justice: 50 Years Later (PLV)A Pace professor hosts a discussion on the impact of Freedom Summer 1964 on April 16 in PLV.
Futuristic Africa (NYC)Belgian-Congolese rapper and crooner Baloji breaks it down on the Schimmel stage on Thursday, April 17.
Finals and Fresh Air (PLV)
Have a seat in the new Mortola Library Courtyard—new furniture for the Courtyard and the meditation garden arrived and are awaiting your company.
ITS Connect: AprilContests, computer lounges, course evaluations, and more. Here's what's happening this month at ITS.
Spring Into Service (PLV)Not one, not two, but THREE service events running on one day. Join CCAR and Gamma Sigma Sigma as they spring into service on April 12 in PLV.
Medal of Honor Hour (NYC)Join in saluting our veterans as the Pace Student Veterans of America share six inspirational stories during Medal of Honor Hour on April 9.
Input for an iPadWant to win an iPad Mini? Fill out a survey by the Pace Library by April 25 for your chance to WiN!
The Selfless ElevenThe results are in: 11 members of the Pace Community have been selected to receive Jefferson Awards Bronze Medals for their commitment to service.
(Re)Searching for AnswersInterested in working with a faculty member on scholarly or creative research this summer? Apply by April 30 for the Provost’s Undergraduate Student-Faculty Research Summer Program.
Girl Code (NYC)Finals are around the corner. That’s not funny, but you know what is? Stand up comic and star of Girl Code Jessimae Peluso, who’s coming to Pace on April 10.
Making the Grade and the TeamSecondary Education student and cheerleader Lindsey Soto ’16 gets ahead of the curve with SOE’s five-year program.
Dance Out Loud (NYC)Prepare to be floored as Pace Commercial Dance students and choreographers showcase their passion on April 11 and 12 at the Schimmel.
Spring Carnival (PLV)Come one, come all to Programming Board’s second annual spring carnival on April 26 featuring a ferris wheel, 100-foot slide, a contestant from America’s Got Talent, live music, food, and more.
Call for HaikuBirnbaum Library / will reward your best haiku / with a gift card. Bye.
Build, Break, and Defend (NYC)On Tuesday, April 8, Pace teams up with LaunchLM to bring you Build, Break, and Defend: Innovation in Cybersecurity and Ethical Hacking.
The Write Age (NYC)Publisher and VP of Publishers Weekly Cevin Bryerman will give his spring lecture on the impact of Publishers Weekly as part of his David Pecker Distinguished Visiting Professorship on May 1.
ASDS Student Rep(resent)6 weeks + 16 shows + 31 actors + 4 directors + 2 playwrights = 1 incredible Actors Studio Drama School Repertory Season
Pace PrideShow some Pace Pride on April 25 as the LGBTQA and Social Justice Center recognizes leaders in the community at the 2nd annual Lavender Awards. Plus, a prom for all on April 23.
Trust Him (NYC)Pace alumnus, trustee member, and former Executive VP and CFO of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Ed Murphy ’74 discusses career opportunities at a Beta Alpha Psi lecture on April 7 in NYC.
Content Is King (NYC)The Arts and Entertainment Management Industry Network (AEMIN) host a lecture on technology and innovation in the music industry on April 9 in NYC.
Cha-Cha-Charanga! (NYC)Legendary Cuban music ensemble Orquesta Aragón brings a taste of Havana to the Schimmel on Sunday, April 13.
Herzog Unplugged (NYC)He’s brought you South Park, The Daily Show, and The Colbert Report. And on April 10, he’s going from the Boardroom to the Schimmel Theatre as the next Executive in Residence.
Don't Be a Bully (PLV)"Dork." "Pansy." "Loser." 1 in 7 students in grades K-12 is either a bully or a victim of bullying. On April 2, join Pace's Future Educators of America at a screening of BULLY, a first-hand look at what it's like to be bullied.
Curtain's Up on Student-Directed ShowsPace Performing Arts student-directed shows Far Away and Fox Hunt have their run at the Schaeberle on April 4-6.
Celebrating Earth Day All Month LongAre you interested in being a little greener? The Pace Community is invited to celebrate Earth Month every day in April, here at Pace!
Career CornerCareer Services wants you to apply for a student intern award, get a job at the career fair, or attend one of several employer info sessions.
Putting the Fun in FundraisersA talent show to benefit Pediatric AIDS. Performances around poverty. A benefit for autism. Pace Westchester is giving back!
Training the Talent of Artists with AutismOn April 16, Temple Grandin, one of the most well-known adults with autism and one of Time’s 100 most influential people in the world, will visit the NYC Campus for an inspiring lecture on Training the Talents of Artists with Autism.
ePortfolio Spring FeverDoes your ePortfolio have beauty and brains? Enter the 2014 ePortfolio Spring Contest to win a $100 Visa gift card and be featured at the showcase. Don’t have one? Get one.
Lights, Camera, Academics!From the red carpet to the Birnbaum Library, Film and Screen Studies student Courtney Baxter ’16 is paving a Pace path that works for her.
Put Your Hands on New York (NYC)If you want to help make NYC even more pretty, join CCAR at New York Cares Day on April 12.
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.
Law and Murder (PLV)Two days, two library talks in PLV: one on crime and detective fiction and one on homicide featuring a retired detective.
Project Clean Plate Update (NYC)On March 4, the Dining Advisory Board launched their campaign to reduce food waste. By popular demand, hours are being extended.
Women at Pace (NYC)Last week, we celebrated women in leadership in PLV. On April 14, it’s all about the women in higher ed. Stop by the second annual Women at Pace panel in NYC.
Sitar in the Schimmel (NYC)The Schimmel pays homage to legendary sitar virtuoso Ravi Shankar with an evening of his esteemed colleagues on Saturday, April 5.
Peace of MindWhat do you get when you put Pace, the Jed Foundation, Clinton Foundation, and Facebook all in one room? An incredible event on April 1 that you're going to really "like".
Bridging the GapSee some of the most talented college students in the Northeast show off their language and cultural skills at the Chinese Bridge competition on March 30 in NYC.
The Power of Health in Every Mama's HandThe UN Foundation's Asif Khan will stop by Seidenberg HQ on Thursday, March 27 to talk about mobile health initiatives at UNF and Mobile Alliance for Maternal Action and how you can take action.
Hit the TechFrom Myspace to LEGOs, Computer Science student Julie Gauthier ’15 says technology can take you anywhere.
Dyson DayWhat skills do students need for the current century? On April 11, hear from keynote speaker Shelli Fowler, PhD, at Dyson Day in PLV.
Design that Works (PLV)What makes somebody's eyes go HERE versus here? How do you please everyone? User experience design is more important now than ever. On April 1-5, check out "Design that Works," an interactive exhibition on UX design in PLV.
True Partnerships (NYC)On April 3, join the Wilson Center at their first annual True Partnerships event, featuring leaders from NFTE and SAP, who will discuss best practices in nonprofit-corporate collaborations, on the NYC Campus.
The Redemptive Self (PLV)Who are we as Americans? What is our deep identity? How do we make a good life? Renowned scholar Dan McAdams, PhD, discusses his research on personality and life narratives, including a panel with Pace faculty on the redemptive self, on April 3 in PLV.
Small Steps, Big Cure (PLV)One small step for the Pace Community—one giant leap toward a cure. Join Nu Zeta Phi at their annual Small Steps to a Big Cure Walkathon on March 29 in PLV.
Charge Up!Battery on low and you don’t know where to go? Fill ‘er up at one of the Pace Charging Lockers on each campus.
Write On! (NYC)Got the write stuff? $5,000 in fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, screenwriting, literary or film criticism, and journalism awards up for grabs. Apply now!
Pirouettes and Pliés (NYC)A little Arabesque demi-plié? A pirouette piquée? The American Ballet Theatre Studio Company takes the Schimmel stage on Friday, March 28.
U.S. Homeland Security Chief at PaceOn March 31, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson will deliver the Dyson Distinguished Lecture at Pace Law School.
Talkin’ Bout an Evolution
On Monday, April 7, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.