Fall 2009

www.pace.edu/dyson   Fall 2009/Winter 2010
The Dyson Story Continues: Dyson Legacy Dinner Celebrates 35 Years
Thirty-five years ago, at a Board of Trustees meeting held on October 8, 1974, Dr. Edward J. Mortola, President of Pace, discussed the traditional practice of using the term “College” for Arts and Sciences and School … Read more
Publishing Program Celebrates 25 Years

Twenty-five years ago Pace University founded its Masters of Science in Publishing Program to make publishing …Read more
Growth, Innovation & Education
Welcome to our newly designed Dyson Digital Digest. The redesign brings our electronic newsletter into alignment with the “look” of the new Pace Web site. We are still building our new Web site to make it easier for prospective and current students as well as faculty, staff and alumni/ae to find useful information. Let us know what you think!

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Phase One of Dyson Hall Renovation Complete

The first phase is complete on the third largest construction project to date on Pace’s Pleasantville campus: a major renovation …Read more
Center for Community Action and Research: A New Name to Reflect a Broader Mission

The Center for Community Action and Research at Dyson College (CCAR) is the new name for the former Center for Community Outreach …Read more
New Center Offers Undergraduate Research Experiences

The Center for Undergraduate Research Experiences (CURE), a new center in Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, is designed to provide … Read more
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Staff & Faculty Notes
New faculty join Dyson; David Castronovo, PhD’s new book is out; Zhaohua Dai, PhD was awarded a $50,000 research grant … Read more
Alumni Notes
Charles Gasparino ’85 visited campus and signed copies of The Sellout; Michael Alekshun, PhD ’91 was the keynote speaker at an undergraduate research symposium on campus …Read more
Student Notes
Teams takes second at the FED Challenge; students star in independent film; volunteers featured in O Magazine … Read more
New MA Trains Professionals in Homeland Security

Dyson College is pleased to announce the initiation of a new Executive Masters (MA) in Management for Public Safety … Read more
Media and Communication Arts
Masters Answers Market Demand

With job growth for communications specialists expected to soar through 2014, the new 36-credit Master of Arts degree in Media … Read more
Giving Peace a Chance

The Peace and Justice Studies (PJS) Program, a 15-credit interdisciplinary minor that is open to all students in Pleasantville … Read more
From the Field and in the Classroom:
A Story of Wildlife Preservation

From working with pumas in Chile to studying bears and bobcats in the Pleasantville campus’s backyard, Associate Professor … Read more
Fulbright Scholarship Tradition Continues

Two more Dyson alumnae have joined the ranks of Pace graduates who have been awarded Fulbright Scholarships. … Read more
Society of Fellows Tackles
‘Science and Society’ at Annual Retreat

Over the Halloween Weekend approximately 40 students, alumni/ae, and faculty members gathered at the Warwick Center … Read more
Model United Nations Team Wins Again

Over the last year, Pace University’s Model UN team has had a number of national and international victories. … Read more
Faculty Profile: Meet Sarah Blackwood

Sarah Blackwood, PhD, is the new Assistant Professor of English on the New York City campus. Dr. Blackwood earned her PhD … Read more
World Lung Foundation: From Politics Class to International Organization

The story of World Lung Foundation is the story of a group of determined and idealistic young men who did not believe in leaving their knowledge … Read more
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