Pace President Stephen J. Friedman discusses the realities of internships and the warmth of reunions this week on his blog.
“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,” writes Pace President Stephen J. Friedman in one of his latest blog posts.
President Friedman also discusses two reunions he recently attended and the unique human connections that these events reveal. “It was astonishing how quickly old bonds and shared experiences re-established themselves. It was an incredibly warm experience,” he writes.
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Pace students partner with people with developmental and intellectual disabilities from the AHRC NYC to present "The Art of Appreciation" on December 16 in NYC.
Visual Storytelling (NYC)
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In his latest post, President Friedman discusses the tragic deaths of Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, Michael Brown, and Rumain Brisbon, and the work left to do in our country.
President's Blog: All Lives Matter