Senior Testimonials: Shyam + May
Graduating Lubin student and Generation Citizen co-founder Shyam Nooredeen gives a shout out to CCAR and Dyson student May Reinert thanks a professor who opened doors for her. Submit yours today!
“After transferring to Pace University in spring 2012, the Center for Community Action and Research (CCAR) welcomed me with open arms. I think becoming involved my first semester by participating in Alternative Spring Break was a great decision because I met a lot of great people and began to figure out what I wanted to do for the remainder of my college-life. After that, I co-founded Generation Citizen, which corresponded with the CCAR's mission of engaging Pace students in community service. I'd like to give Daniel Botting from the CCAR a huge thank you for guiding me through the way and making my experience at Pace so enjoyable. I am confident that my growing chapter of Generation Citizen will continue to prosper at Pace."
Lubin School of Business
"Dr. Angela Legg gave me and about nine other students the opportunity to volunteer at the SHARPP (Social, Health, and Relational Positive Psychology) Lab. This opportunity has changed all of our lives. We have learned more from her than I have ever learned my whole four years of college. Because of her I have seriously thought about becoming a genetic counselor. She made me believe in myself and the future of psychology in our wold. I plan on becoming a mental health/substance abuse counselor, but she opened so many other doors for me, that my future never looked brighter!"
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
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Here's the mini-cherry on top of the regular cherry on top of the sundae of awesomeness that is your life. NPH is coming to IAS so why don't you suit up and prepare for what's sure to be a legendary night on October 29. Challenge accepted?
Haaave You Met NPH?
On October 22, get a pink manicure, t-shirt, or even hair extension, as Colleges Against Cancer hosts Believe in Beauty to celebrate inner and outer beauty and raise awareness and funds for breast cancer.
Pretty in Pink (PLV)
Alright stop, collaborate, and listen. Setter’s back with a brand new invention. Midterms grab a hold of you tightly. Study nights held twice a week nightly.
Setter Study Nights (NYC)