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We know money can't buy you love or happiness, but it can help you fund your education. Almost $20,000 in scholarships and cash up for grabs!
Study Abroad Photo Contest
Deadline: October 1
Did you study abroad in fall 2014, spring 2015, or summer 2015? We’re sure you snapped some pics that haven’t yet made you Instafamous, so share them with the Pace Community. E-mail email@example.com for submission guidelines. Hit us with your best shot!
One Day Immersion (ODI) Scholarship Opportunity
Deadline: October 1
How do you feel about $2,000 and 10 hours of mentoring sessions with a media industry professional? The ODI Scholars program will award two $2,000 scholarships, one creative and one technology-focused, plus 10 hours of mentoring sessions with a media industry professional. In addition, two runners-up, one creative and one technology-focused, will receive $500 plus 10 hours of mentoring sessions. To enter, students should submit a 750-word essay on one of two topics: “Living Your Creative Life” or “Technology Life, Through Media; and How You Plan on Using It”. Winners will be announced at the One Day Immersion in TV, Cable, and Digital Entertainment conference being held at Pace on October 23.
Spring 2016 International Travel Scholarships
Deadline: October 9
Are you ready to see the world? The Lubin School of Business, through a grant received from the Figueroa Family Fund, is awarding scholarships for select spring 2016 study abroad courses. Students who are eligible can receive $3,000 per study abroad opportunity. Administered through Lubin's Center for Global Business Programs, past field studies include learning international business and management in China, marketing in Denmark and Sweden, and accounting and finance in England and France.
New York Chinese Opera Society Essay Contest
Deadline: noon on October 16
Co-sponsored by the Confucius Institute and Center for East Asian Studies at Pace, the 5th New York Chinese Opera Society (NYCOS) essay competition is open to all Pace students. Essays can be on any topic related to Chinese art, history, or culture, can be co-authored by up to three students, and should be 10–12 pages. First prize is $600 cash, second is $300, and third is $200. Winners will also be recognized at the annual President’s Scholarship Dinner in April 2016. For more info, click here or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
NYPD Campus Sexual Assault Poster Contest
Deadline: 5:00 p.m. on October 16
Campus sexual assaults are largely underreported, and the NYPD is determined to remove any roadblocks that might discourage victims from coming forward. The NYPD invites NYC undergraduate and graduate students to showcase their artistic talent and their commitment to ending campus sexual assault by participating in a poster contest, aimed at encouraging and supporting students to report incidents to the police. First prize is $2,500, second is $1,500, and third is $1,000. Winners will be announced the week of November 9, 2015, and will receive the NYPD Police Commissioner’s Certificate of Accomplishment. The winning poster will be distributed to NYC colleges and universities, and displayed on the NYPD website, Facebook page, and Twitter feed. Read more.
Celebrate Lubin! Scholarship
Deadline: October 30
Are you a rock star full-time Lubin undergraduate student who could use a $5,000 scholarship? Let us introduce you to the Celebrate Lubin! Scholarship, a $5,000 endowed scholarship award made possible by proceeds from the annual Lubin School of Business signature fundraiser Celebrate Lubin! To qualify, applicants must be full-time Lubin undergraduate students (NYC or PLV), have a minimum overall GPA of 3.5, have completed at least 30 credits at Pace, and demonstrate outstanding academic achievement and service to the University and/or community.
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There’s no better way to beat the chill than by stepping under the Schimmel Theater lights! Pace’s Commercial Dance majors will be performing nine original works on December 2 and 3.
David Sharif ’19 is a Political Science major with a minor in Peace and Justice Studies currently blogging from Spain. He was diagnosed with autism and overcomes adversity by breaking down barriers across the world—one country at a time.
Around The World In 30 Countries
Wild about Setters Madness? Always ready to rock the blue and gold? You won’t want to miss the Men’s and Women’s Basketball home opener against our Adelphi rivals!
Bringing Home The Win