PLV50 Gets Roots

Pleasantville's 50th anniversary continues with a lecture on Westchester County by urban historian Kenneth T. Jackson and the planting of a brand new Copper Beech tree.
03/27/2014 • 4:39pm

Commencement Volunteerism

Commencement provides us one more opportunity to connect with students and their families and to leave a positive lasting impression upon them. Additionally, Commencement cannot be achieved without your help.
03/27/2014 • 4:13pm

Herzog Unplugged

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.
03/27/2014 • 4:06pm

The Second Annual Lavender Awards

The LGBTQA and Social Justice Center hosts their second annual Lavender Award Ceremony recognizing Pace University students, staff, faculty, and alumni who have made lasting contributions to the LGBTQA community.
03/27/2014 • 4:01pm

Help's a Click Away!

Put vital and potentially life-saving information at your fingertips with the Counseling Center’s new Just in Case app. Plus, a new relaxation room and ongoing groups.
03/27/2014 • 3:58pm

April: School Snippets

This month's edition of School Snippets is brought to you by the School of Education and Dyson College of Arts and Sciences.
03/27/2014 • 3:51pm

April: ITS Connect

This month's ITS Connect brings faculty and staff important announcements about the Mobile Technologies User Group, faculty focus groups on classrooms, and the end of support for Windows XP and Microsoft Office 2003.
03/27/2014 • 2:01pm

April: HR Update

In this month's column: a professional development panel featuring women in higher education, Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, and the most recent YES Award winners.
03/27/2014 • 1:59pm

April: Fit to Print

In this month's Fit to Print column, faculty and staff sound off in the news on everything from Oculus to acting to Ukrainian linguistics, and more!
03/27/2014 • 1:56pm

Celebrating Earth Day All Month Long

Are you interested in being a little greener? The Pace Community is invited to celebrate Earth Month every day in April, here at Pace!
03/27/2014 • 1:53pm

Training the Talent of Artists with Autism

On April 16, Temple Grandin, one of Time’s 100 most influential people in the world will visit the NYC Campus for an inspiring lecture.
03/27/2014 • 1:53pm

Pace's Birds of Prey

You may have caught a flying demonstration or spied a silhouette on a rooftop, but the relationship Pace shares with its birds of prey goes way beyond that.
03/27/2014 • 1:52pm

Faculty Research Day 2014

This April, the second annual Pace-wide Faculty Research Days return to campus to celebrate and recognize a wide variety of faculty research and scholarly activity.
03/27/2014 • 1:32pm

Skimmer Scams

70 million were affected by cyber crime during the Target breach this holiday season. On April 3, Pace hosts a symposium to address the top cybersecurity threats and unveil groundbreaking research on skimmer scams.
03/04/2014 • 5:10pm

Trash Dance (NYC)

Trash cans and pogo sticks, broken ladders and windowpanes. Pace gets three days of JUNK as the Schimmel Theater presents the experimental dance-theatre on March 6–8.
03/04/2014 • 4:34pm

PLV50 Marches On

Pleasantville’s 50th anniversary continues this spring with a variety of events including a wine and food tasting, a panel on women in leadership, and a lecture by famed urban historian Kenneth T. Jackson.
03/04/2014 • 3:49pm

A Brown Bag Lunch Series

This spring, the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the Office of Affirmative Action, and Pace’s Human Resources Department invite faculty and staff to their brown bag lunch series.
03/04/2014 • 2:52pm

Call for Commencement Award Nominations

Nominate a graduating senior for one of Pace's very special Commencement awards. Nominations are due by March 28.
03/04/2014 • 1:14pm

March: ITS Connect

User group meetings, electronic paperwork, webinars, and more. ITS has you connected.
03/04/2014 • 10:55am

March: HR Update

This month, HR celebrates employee excellence and achievements at their annual recognition ceremonies, announces a date for us to take our sons and daughters to work, and a listing of the most recent YES Award winners.
03/04/2014 • 10:49am

March: Fit to Print

From Bitcoin to compassion and Ukraine to musical scales, Pace faculty and staff are sounding off in the press.
03/04/2014 • 10:40am

Research: Social Cognition and Imagination

Pace Psychology Professor Thalia Goldstein investigates the intersection of social cognition and imagination and its relationship to psychological development in children and adolescents.
03/03/2014 • 3:35pm

VOX Creative Art Series

This semester, celebrate all things literary with the VOX Creative Art Series, featuring poetry readings, a play, a bookmaking workshop, a party, and more.
03/03/2014 • 3:29pm

Disabilities Film Festival

This March, join the Pace Community for an encore act of A Celebration of Individuals with Disabilities in Film: International Film Festival and Discussion Panel, the University’s second film event depicting individuals with disabilities in the media.
03/03/2014 • 3:22pm

Making Strides with ePortfolios

Pace makes great advances in the way ePortfolios are being used and implemented through involvement in a FISPE grant called Connect to Learning.
03/03/2014 • 2:16pm

President Friedman Goes to China

In December, President Friedman and members of the Pace Alumni Relations team traveled to Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong to connect with business leaders, alumni, and parents.
01/30/2014 • 4:39pm

Snow Ball Heats Up

The weather outside is (still) frightful, but the #PLV50 Snow Ball will be so delightful.
01/30/2014 • 12:18pm

Pace Presents Music, Dance, and More

The 2013-2014 season of Pace Presents continues at the Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts with a diverse program of performances.
01/29/2014 • 5:02pm

ITS Update

Welcome back! ITS is excited for the 2014 year and wish you luck on getting started for Spring Semester. Read what’s happening in technology and ITS.
01/29/2014 • 2:34pm

Fit to Print

Pace faculty and staff sound off in the news on topics ranging from sickness at sea, to fraud, to 401(k) contributions.
01/29/2014 • 10:30am

$3.1 Million Gift for Science Labs at Pace

Pace University announces $3.1 million gift from trustee emeritus Alfred R. Goldstein for new Lower Manhattan science laboratories.
01/28/2014 • 4:18pm

Cause and the Pace Effect

Pace’s new crowdfunding site allows members of the Pace Community to support student causes that resonate with them.
01/28/2014 • 4:16pm

Research: Gamers Unite

Dyson English Professor Jane Collins learns the language of digital gaming for a Student-Faculty Research Program project.
01/28/2014 • 2:59pm

Magic Matthew

The spring semester may not start until the end of January, but things heat up on the NYC Campus on January 6 as Matthew McConaughey stops by Pace.
12/20/2013 • 10:10am

InsideTrack with Brandon Steiner

How a kid from Brooklyn started from scratch and bought Yankee Stadium.
12/02/2013 • 4:36pm

Pace in China

President Stephen J. Friedman and members of the Pace Community travel to China this month to meet with alumni, Pace parents, and friends of the University.
12/02/2013 • 4:22pm

Tis the Season

Your gift makes all the difference. Giving starts at home and your gift sets an important example for all the people we serve—make a gift to the Annual Fund today.
12/02/2013 • 4:08pm

Pace University Film Festival

Pace hosts its first-ever student run film festival and gala reception as part of Pleasantville’s 50th anniversary celebration.
12/02/2013 • 3:36pm

Each One, Reach One

This past year, the Admissions and Retention Committee of the New York Faculty Council launched a new and innovative program called Each One, Reach One.
12/02/2013 • 3:10pm

Tying It All Together

Seidenberg Professor Constance Knapp teams up with a Lubin student to take a closer look at predictive analytics and data mining.
12/02/2013 • 2:45pm

HR's Call for Nominations

At Pace University, we value each and every staff member.

12/02/2013 • 2:12pm

ITS Update

ITS brings updates to e-mail, ePortfolios, website updates, and more!
12/02/2013 • 2:08pm

Fit to Print

Faculty and staff sound off about Twitter fails, spies on Wall Street, mean girls, and more in December's "Fit to Print" column.
12/02/2013 • 2:04pm

You Better Watch Out (PLV)

He’s mean and he’s green and he’s taking over the Westchester Campus. Here comes the Grinch…themed Pleasantville Holiday Party.
11/21/2013 • 3:44pm

Pace University Film Festival

Pace hosts its first-ever student run film festival and gala reception as part of Pleasantville’s 50th anniversary celebration.
11/12/2013 • 5:18pm

Monstrous Bodies

Dyson Lecturer Ying Wang explores disability, deviance, and feminism in the writings of 19th century French female authors.
11/12/2013 • 5:13pm

Poets@Pace

Poetry returns to Pace with the Fall 2013 Poets @ Pace reading, featuring award-winning poets Joan Larkin and Tony Towle.
11/12/2013 • 4:58pm

The Age of Sustainable Development

This month, Jeffrey D. Sachs joins the long list of Henry George Distinguished Speakers to grace the Schimmel stage.
11/12/2013 • 4:08pm

Examining the Spectrum

The first in a series of Pace-wide research lectures addresses the field of autism research and interdisciplinary program development
11/12/2013 • 3:58pm

A Pace Dream Team

A BBA/MBA in public accounting student meets a public speaking professor and what it all adds up to is a race for the cure.
11/12/2013 • 3:44pm

HR's Call for Nominations

Nominations for Employee Recognition Awards are open through December 31. Take this opportunity to recognize the accomplishments of your colleagues and nominate someone today.
11/12/2013 • 9:31am

School Snippets

CHP's eNews brings us info on the newest clinical education labs and interprofessional teamwork. Dyson Digital Digest goes from Nanjing to New York and spends its Sunday with Dean Herrmann.
11/12/2013 • 9:28am

ITS Connect

Announcing a name change, a new way of conducting exams online, a security awareness alert, and much more.
11/12/2013 • 9:23am

Fit to Print

Faculty and staff sound off in the news about everything from cyberattacks to crowdfunding to flooding, and more.
11/12/2013 • 9:21am