May: Presidential Blog Roundup
Pace 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.
Pace students win big at Global Asset Management Education Forum
If you’re looking for an education with a focus on real-world experiences, it doesn’t get any more real world than Pace’s Finance 357 class and our Student-Managed Portfolio.
Protecting a valuable college experience
Many students have benefited from internship programs in the past. Yet recent court cases and reaction to these cases may mean future students may find it difficult to combine their classroom educations with real-world professional experiences.
There is something about reunions—the coming together of those who have shared important experiences—that reaches deep into the human need for connection. They are very special events.
Pace alumni stay connected
The members of the Pace Network of successful thinking professionals care a great deal about Pace University. They’ve got great ideas how we can enhance the University experience for today’s students. Many are also interested supporting students directly—through mentoring, referrals, scholarships, and other creative opportunities.
This year, the institute will examine literacies across the disciplines and how the creation of a collaborative student community can unify Pace’s diverse campus.
Faculty Institute 2016
Susan Katz returns for her second David J. Pecker Lecture where she will address the changing nature of the young adult market and the success of Veronica Roth’s Divergent series.
With one foot in the '60s and the other in the future, Professor Maria Luskay, EdD, and Pace Academy’s Andrew Revkin capture a unique time in Cuba’s history on film through the Producing the Documentary course.
Pace Path Series: History in the (film)Making