- Pace Remembers 9/11
- Einstein's Brain
- It's a bird. It's a plane.
- Curtain's Up
- Emergency Notifications
- President's Blog
Paying it ForwardFifteen Pace students have been awarded scholarships and funds from the Kevin Spacey Foundation, which aims to train, support, and mentor emerging artists in performing arts and film.
Second Annual Faces of Pace CelebrationThis fall, join the Pace Community for the Second Annual Faces of Pace Celebration which reconnects alumni (many of whom are Pace employees) during the Homecoming season.
A Call for CandidatesAlthough Commencement 2014 was barely three months ago, it is now time to begin the nomination process for speakers and honorary degree recipients for the University's 2015 Commencement ceremonies.
September: Presidential Blog RoundupPresident Friedman reflects on the power of positive gestures and the importance of bringing mental health and wellness to the forefront of conversation in light of the recent death of Robin Williams.
September: School SnippetsCareer opportunities in the Accounting Profession Residency Program at Pace, a grant for vets, an alumna in Cosmopolitan magazine, a special golf outingo and more from eLubin and the Alumni eConnect!
September: HR UpdateYour excellence shows and we want you to celebrate your success with us. This month, join Human Resources for our bi-annual YES events.
September: ITS ConnectITS has been busy this summer with classroom updates, ePortfolio upgrades, finding the best software discounts, and so much more!
September: Fit to PrintPace faculty and staff make the news this month on topics ranging from summer indulgences, Twitter meltdowns, cyberwarfare, and so much more!
September 11 RemembrancesJoin 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.
Research: NeuromythologyProfessor Terence Hines challenges the neurological urban legend of Albert Einstein’s brain one critique at a time.
Staff by Day, Aerial Artist by NightOffice of Student Success employee Jennifer Ko assists students from 9-5, but after hours, she’s free as a bird.
Fall at the SchimmelThe Schimmel Theatre unveils its exciting fall lineup of events. With everything from a Grease Sing-Along to the works of Botticelli, and opera to silent film, the Schimmel is sure to have something for you.
Making the TransitionThe Pace Encore Transition Program, inspired by the growing Encore Movement, encourages and assists successful executives and professionals to explore the transition from midlife careers to encore careers.
Pace’s New CIOClare van den Blink will join Pace University as Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, effective August 18, 2014.
Run Breast Cancer Out of TownWe know you’re looking forward to summer. But why not look just a little more forward to the annual Race for the Cure on September 7? Join the Pace team today to save on registration fees.
August: Presidential Blog RoundupThis summer, President Friedman blogged about recent events within the University community including a lecture by Temple Grandin, Commencement 2014, and the renewal in Pleasantville.
August: HR UpdateHR’s Luciana Ziegler offers her own insight as an HR professional and a mom on why recognizing achievement is an important part for boosting morale and encouraging more good work.
August: Fit to PrintThis month, faculty and staff from around the University are making news, sounding-off, and publishing papers.
Convocation 2014Pace University cordially invites you to the Seventh Annual Convocation, which will be held on September 2, 2014, on both the New York City and Westchester campuses.
Staff by Day, Roman Soldier by NightWhile most of us are battling traffic and a seemingly endless pile of paper work, Office of Student Success employee Brandon McCluskey dons some ancient looking duds and heads out to the battlefield.
Research: Vigilante MediaProfessor Adam Klein examines the news media’s response and characterization of the vigilante hacktivist group Anonymous.
Concierge to Pace StudentsAs the saying goes: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and with the start of the new school year fast approaching, the Office for Student Success wants you to know how you can positively impact student success and retention.
Master Plan Construction UpdateWith summer just getting underway, construction in Pleasantville is going strong. Read more to get updates on office relocations, parking, and much more.
Whale of a Good TimeWe’re planning to have a whale of a good time at this year’s Spirit of Pace Awards Dinner which gives us the opportunity to come together as one Pace Community to celebrate our rich history and bright future.
Post-Commencement CoverageDid you miss Commencement? No worries, we have you covered. Check out these collections of social media moments added to the #PaceGrad hashtag.
June/July: Presidential Blog RoundupPace President Stephen J. Friedman discusses the lessons of life and how time waits for no man, Pace's involvement in the recent town hall on mental health, Florida's alumni population, and more in this month's blog roundup.
June/July: School SnippetsNews and information about conferences, residencies, pride points, and more from Pace's School of Education and the Lubin School of Business.
June/July: ITS ConnectThis month, ITS provides updates on Blackboard downtime, security alerts, admission widgets, and more!
June/July: HR UpdateHR’s Luciana Ziegler offers her own insight as an HR professional and a mom on why recognizing achievement is an important part for boosting morale and encouraging more good work.
June/July: Fit to PrintPace faculty and staff sound off in the news on India's election, accounting errors, 401(k)s, the Affordable Care Act, and much more!
PPA Gets School-edPace officially unveils its new School of Performing Arts, Manhattan’s first Performing Arts School in nearly 50 years.
Administrative Staff Council PicnicsThis June, the Administrative Staff Councils in New York City and Westchester want to thank Pace staff for another year of a job well done.
Pace Magazine | Spring 2014A degree from Pace is not only the key to that first job and many internships along the way, but to a lifetime of opportunities. Hear from Pace alumni at NBC, the Federal Reserve of NY, IBM, ESPN, Deloitte, and more in this issue of Pace Magazine.
2014 AESS ConferenceWelcome to the Anthropocene: From Global Challenge to Planetary Stewardship. The 2014 AESS conference is headed to Pace’s NYC Campus this week.
Is There an App for That?School of Education Professors Shobana Musti-Rao and Tom Lynch collaborate with local schools for research on tablet usage in the classroom.
May: Presidential Blog RoundupPace President Stephen J. Friedman discusses the success of SMIP, the realities of internships, the warmth of reunions, members of the Pace Network, and more in this month's blog roundup.
Hitting the BooksWith the revitalization of Westchester underway, there are some important changes to textbook requests and the Pleasantville Bookstore.
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.
Summer at the SchimmelThe fun won’t stop just because the students are going home. This summer, treat yourself to show at the Schimmel Theatre featuring feats of dance and drama.
Celebrating Commencement 2014Commencement is just around the corner, so here’s the 411 for faculty or staff members. From award ceremonies, to Honorary Degree Recipients, to dates and times, find out what you need to know.
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.
The Pace Race24 hours. 24 reasons to give. The Pace Race starts on May 1. On your mark, get set…Give!
13th Annual Faculty InstituteOn May 15 and 16, the 13th annual Faculty Institute returns to the Westchester Campus to promote teaching excellence and collaboration.
Leadership and Service in Technology AwardsOn May 29, the Seidenberg School will honor the accomplishments of Phil Wiser, chief technology officer of Hearst Corporation, at its 19th annual award reception.
May: HR UpdateOrganizational Learning and Development is happy to announce University-wide Staff Development Day is scheduled for Friday, May 30, 2014, at the Graduate Center in White Plains.
May: Fit to PrintPace faculty sound off in the news, we announce a new appointment, and faculty gets recognized for research!
PLV50 Gets RootsPleasantville'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.
Commencement VolunteerismCommencement 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.
Herzog UnpluggedHe’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.
The Second Annual Lavender AwardsThe 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.
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.
April: School SnippetsThis month's edition of School Snippets is brought to you by the School of Education and Dyson College of Arts and Sciences.
April: ITS ConnectThis 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.
April: HR UpdateIn 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.
April: Fit to PrintIn 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!
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!
Training the Talent of Artists with AutismOn April 16, Temple Grandin, one of Time’s 100 most influential people in the world will visit the NYC Campus for an inspiring lecture.
Pace's Birds of PreyYou 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.
Faculty Research Day 2014This 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.
Skimmer Scams70 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.
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.
PLV50 Marches OnPleasantville’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.
A Brown Bag Lunch SeriesThis 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.
Call for Commencement Award NominationsNominate a graduating senior for one of Pace's very special Commencement awards. Nominations are due by March 28.
March: ITS ConnectUser group meetings, electronic paperwork, webinars, and more. ITS has you connected.
March: HR UpdateThis 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.
March: Fit to PrintFrom Bitcoin to compassion and Ukraine to musical scales, Pace faculty and staff are sounding off in the press.
Research: Social Cognition and ImaginationPace Psychology Professor Thalia Goldstein investigates the intersection of social cognition and imagination and its relationship to psychological development in children and adolescents.
VOX Creative Art SeriesThis semester, celebrate all things literary with the VOX Creative Art Series, featuring poetry readings, a play, a bookmaking workshop, a party, and more.
Disabilities Film FestivalThis 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.
Making Strides with ePortfoliosPace makes great advances in the way ePortfolios are being used and implemented through involvement in a FISPE grant called Connect to Learning.
President Friedman Goes to ChinaIn 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.
Snow Ball Heats UpThe weather outside is (still) frightful, but the #PLV50 Snow Ball will be so delightful.
Pace Presents Music, Dance, and MoreThe 2013-2014 season of Pace Presents continues at the Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts with a diverse program of performances.
ITS UpdateWelcome 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.
Fit to PrintPace faculty and staff sound off in the news on topics ranging from sickness at sea, to fraud, to 401(k) contributions.
$3.1 Million Gift for Science Labs at PacePace University announces $3.1 million gift from trustee emeritus Alfred R. Goldstein for new Lower Manhattan science laboratories.
Cause and the Pace EffectPace’s new crowdfunding site allows members of the Pace Community to support student causes that resonate with them.
Research: Gamers UniteDyson English Professor Jane Collins learns the language of digital gaming for a Student-Faculty Research Program project.
Magic MatthewThe 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.
InsideTrack with Brandon SteinerHow a kid from Brooklyn started from scratch and bought Yankee Stadium.
Pace in ChinaPresident 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.
Tis the SeasonYour 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.
Pace University Film FestivalPace hosts its first-ever student run film festival and gala reception as part of Pleasantville’s 50th anniversary celebration.
Each One, Reach OneThis past year, the Admissions and Retention Committee of the New York Faculty Council launched a new and innovative program called Each One, Reach One.
Tying It All TogetherSeidenberg Professor Constance Knapp teams up with a Lubin student to take a closer look at predictive analytics and data mining.
HR's Call for Nominations
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