In The Media
As the year concludes amidst shorter days and final exams, President Krislov reflects on a momentous 2023, marked by the opening of a 26-story campus center in New York City, athletic achievements, accolades for the law school, and the establishment of the Sands College of Performing Arts.
Pace student and UN Millennium Fellow Lucie Belle Flagg ’24 channeled both her frustrations and her energy into bringing greater awareness of hidden disabilities to the Pace Community. Through her collaborative work, she’s helped make Pace the first university in New York to officially launch the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower program.
The Pace Community's incredible generosity on Giving Tuesday surpassed our goal, resulting in 2,430 gifts and over $823,901 raised for student success.
Madelyn Garcia '23, '24, has already made a considerable impact at Pace. She spent the summer interning at Defenders of Wildlife, an organization that embraces an intersectional approach to conservation, as she prepares to graduate with a combined degree focused on environmental science, conservation, and policy.
Dyson Professor Stephen Rolandi pens an op-ed in the PA Times about the national debt being too high and says that it’s time to establish a national bi-partisan fiscal commission.
The Pace University Model United Nations teams have a longstanding tradition of success, and this year proved to be no different.
Professor Joseph Tse-hei Lee writes in Taipei Times about the anticipated summit between US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping (習近平) and why Taiwan matters.
Andrew Sciallo pens an op-ed in USA Today about queer masculinities.
Jack Nierenberg '25, an Art major and vice president of the transportation advocacy group Passengers United, shares insights on his impactful advocacy work and the art of blending economics and photography.