Research and Resource Centers
Beyond the classroom. While classroom learning is an essential component of a college education, Dyson College is committed to encouraging students to become involved in research, scholarship, and creative projects under the direction of a faculty mentor. This experiential learning component of our degree programs provides students with an appreciation of the application of their knowledge to real world issues and problems. Dyson faculty are involved in wide-ranging research projects which you can explore in the websites for the specific Departments.
Multidisciplinary projects often cross departmental and college/school lines. To facilitate such endeavors, the College participates in and hosts several specialized centers, such as The Confucius Institute at Pace University, the Center for Community Action and Research, the Edwin G. Michaelian Institute for Public Policy and Management, the Institute of Latin American Service and Studies, the Dyson Environmental Center, the Center for Religious Studies, and the Pace Institute for Environmental and Regional Studies. These Centers offer programs for the Pace and external communities and invite the participation of students.
Dyson College faculty also contribute to University-wide interdisciplinary centers, such as the Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies.