February 2017: HR Updates
Upcoming events include the 2017 Women at Pace Program and TIAA retirement planning sessions. Plus, an office move.
2017 Women at Pace Program
Wednesday, February 15 | 12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m. | SDCA 8th Floor Lounge, 41 Park Row
Please join HR for a panel discussion: Learning How to Network and Build a Mentor Relationship. The event will allow staff, faculty, and students to gain practical advice on how to best network and create ideal mentor/mentee relationships. The event will inlcude an interactive discussion with a panel of experts, who will share their career experience and tips for positive mentoring relationships. A networking sesison and Q&A will follow.
Have a question for our panelists? Send your queries to Susan Donahue at email@example.com, or Dana Burr at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, February 10. Click here to register for this program. The Women at Pace Program is co-sponsored by Human Resources and the Alumni Relations Office.
Winter 2017 TIAA Retirement Planning Dates
TIAA counselors will be on campus to meet with employees individually to discuss retirement planning during the months of January, February, and March. Please click here to access flyer with dates, locations, and contact information to schedule your appointment.
Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day: Thursday, April 27
For more information, visit the Human Resources website.
HR Office Move
The Human Resources offices moved effective Monday, December 5, to 100 Summit Drive, Valhalla, NY, 10595. Please view the announcement from Robert Almon about Briarcliff sale and the new office location.
Leadership And Management Program Video
Human Resources released a video showcasing the different leadership and management programs available at Pace University. Watch the video.
ITS is here to serve up some fresh info from the servers, including:
March 2017: ITS Connect
Students in New York City and Westchester discuss how the Pace Path has helped them make the most of their college experience, and prepare for what lies ahead.
Visualizing the Pace Path
Through a grant from the Dyson Foundation and funding from the Empire State Development Cooperation, the Pace Land Use Law Center is helping revitalize downtown Poughkeepsie.
Research: Planning in Poughkeepsie