The Barry M. and Jackie Gosin Center for Equity and Inclusion

The Barry M. and Jackie Gosin Center for Equity and Inclusion

Gosin Advisory Board

At the Gosin Center, we're all about harnessing the power of shared equity leadership (SEL). Our Gosin Advisory Board will comprise a dynamic mix of students, staff, and faculty members from our vibrant NYC, Pleasantville, and Haub Law campuses.

Apply to Be on the Advisory Board

Applications for student, staff, and faculty seats are now available. The deadline to apply is Friday, April 12, 2024. Selected applicants will be notified via email in late April and will be expected to participate in the May 2024 Gosin Advisory Board Kick-Off Event the morning of May 10, 2024.

What Is Shared Equity Leadership?

Instead of the usual focus on an individual leader’s traits and behaviors, it’s all about teamwork and collective leadership. SEL is a shift from 'me' to 'us'! This approach isn't just talk. We’re embedding equity and inclusivity into everything we do, from classrooms to community outreach. With students, faculty, staff, University leaders, and community partners working hand in hand, we're building a Pace Community where everyone feels valued and heard.

Gosin Signature Events

Join us as we spotlight engaging lectures from Pace's scholarly minds and dynamic voices from beyond our community, all aimed at inspiring the Pace Community. Be part of our vibrant engagements and gatherings, where we shine a spotlight on the Gosin Center's impactful work within the University and across diverse communities.

Check out our upcoming events

Previous Guests

  • Global Head of Equity and Impact at Spotify
    As the first guest of the Gosin Center’s signature event series, Nieto discussed her professional journey through companies like Citigroup, Amazon, and Spotify. She also shared insights on what it takes to drive global equity initiatives and lead inclusively in the tech industry.

  • Dean and Henry R. Luce Professor of Journalism at Columbia Journalism School
    He joined the faculty in 2016 as the inaugural director of the Lipman Center for Journalism and Civil and Human Rights, later ascending to the fourteenth Dean of the School. As a distinguished member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and a board member for the American Journalism Project, Cobb has committed his tenure to expanding opportunities for journalism education and fostering greater accessibility to it. He received a Peabody Award for his 2020 PBS Frontline film Whose Vote Counts? and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Commentary in 2018. He has also been a political analyst for MSNBC since 2019.

Opportunities Through the Gosin Center

Junior Faculty Fellows

In alignment with our institution's commitment to fostering diversity within our faculty, advancing research in critical areas, and aiding junior faculty in their tenure and promotion journey, we are excited to introduce a collaborative initiative. Junior faculty members will join forces to co-author two scholarly works across two semesters. This fellowship program is designed to provide support and avenues for cultivating equity literacy, inclusive curricula, and anti-oppression pedagogies, with a focus on scholarship of teaching and learning, academic innovation, and intersectionality.

Applications for the inaugural cohort of Gosin Junior Faculty Fellows will be available May 2024.

Emerging Scholars

The Gosin Center is dedicated to fostering collaboration between senior faculty and Black, indigenous, and other people of color (BIPOC) graduate students to enrich graduate research and cultivate diverse scholarly pipelines. To support this mission, we're thrilled to offer mini grants to facilitate partnerships between faculty and graduate students, enabling them to collaborate on research projects, publish findings, and present their work.

Applications for the inaugural cohort of Gosin Emerging Scholars will be available May 2024.

Staff Residency: Inclusion, Diversity, Equity (STRIDE)

Are you a Pace staff member ready to dive deeper into DEI frameworks and turn theory into action? Look no further than STRIDE, an innovative 8-week program. Bringing together staff from across campuses and departments, STRIDE aims to address our most pressing equity challenges. Through collaboration and innovation within diverse cohorts, participants will work together to foster a more inclusive community at Pace.

Applications for the inaugural cohort of STRIDE will be available Fall 2024 with plans to launch in Spring 2025.

Contact Us

Have questions about the Gosin Center and our work? We’d love to hear from you.

Location
New York City Campus
41 Park Row, Floor 9

Contact Us
Email: gosincenter@pace.edu
Phone: (212) 346-9437