Adjunct Faculty Resource Guide
College of Health Professions
The College of Health Professions was established in 2010 in an effort to showcase and expand health professions majors at Pace University. The College is made up of the Lienhard School of Nursing, the Pace University - Lenox Hill Hospital Physician Assistant Studies Department, and the Department of Health Studies (which includes the communication sciences and disorders program along with the Bachelor of Science in Health Science. Additional programs in health studies are currently in development).
The College is recognized for its innovative leadership in education, practice, scholarship, and service to improve health and the health professions. The College’s mission is to educate and challenge diverse students for the health professions to be leaders, innovators and lifelong learners who will positively impact local, national, and global health.
Phone: (914) 773-3548
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
The Dyson College of Arts and Sciences was officially named after Pace alumnus and trustee, Charles H. Dyson. The College has continued to grow and flourish, offering a high quality liberal arts education combined with preparation for professional achievement to meet your immediate career goals as well as prepare you for continuing graduate or professional education.
The College offers numerous courses, allowing students to design a course of study tailored to achieve their personal educational and career goals. In small classes taught by caring faculty who are active practitioners in their fields. Dyson College offers the resources and caliber of faculty that you would expect at a large university, while providing the close personal attention associated with a small college experience.
Phone: (914) 773-3468
Elisabeth Haub School of Law
Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University understands the changing legal profession, and is fully committed to preparing students for success in their legal careers. The School is a collaborative and collegial community and students graduate with the skills and knowledge most valued by employers.
It has a strong tradition as one of the first law schools to combine classroom learning and legal theory with clinics, internships and other skills-building experiences. The School has earned a preeminent reputation in environmental law, public interest law and international scholarship, as well as in skills-based clinical training and legal writing. The faculty are experts in a breadth of legal fields and are committed to teaching and to mentoring students on the path to practice.
Phone: (914) 422-4264
Lubin School of Business
For over a century, Lubin School of Business has been globally recognized for preparing every graduate for rewarding employment and upward mobility, integrating the New York City business world into the curriculum, experiential learning through one of the area's largest internship and co-op programs, customized teaching and career guidance, and prestigious dual AACSB accreditation and national and international rankings.
Lubin’s Center for Global Business Programs is recognized for developing programs, which allow students to have practical international experience and offers academic and professional programs. Lubin lives and breathes business, in the center of the world's media, financial, and communications industries.
Pleasantville Faculty Representative
Phone: (914) 773-3715
New York City Faculty Representative
Phone: (212) 618-6464
School of Education
For fifty years, School of Education has prepared students to not only meet the requirements for teaching certification, but to also be agents of change committed to student success and lifelong learning. Through small classes and early fieldwork experiences, the graduates are ready to start making a difference in the world before they even graduate.
School of Education’s students receive the tools they need to be successful educators from faculty who are nationally and internationally renowned for active engagement in progressive research activities. The students begin observations one year earlier than most schools, and the faculty strive to provide courses in a variety of new specialty areas to improve engagement, especially for students with diverse learning styles & learning differences.
Phone: (914) 773-3880
Seidenberg School of CSIS
The Seidenberg School was established in 1983 and named after former chairman and CEO of Verizon, Ivan G. Seidenberg. As one of the first schools dedicated to computing in the United States, the Seidenberg School has a rich history of combining excellent academics with real life practice that enables students to go on to lucrative and rewarding careers in a multitude of fields.
Programs at Seidenberg are offered at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral level. Students have the opportunity to tailor their education to their interests in relevant and hot industry topics like cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, software development, UX/IX, and mobile application development. The School’s several labs and centers allow students to hone their skills with practical training that results in multiple job offers for many graduates.
Phone: (914) 773-3662