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Speakers Coming to Pace
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Introducing Christina Papajgika
Friday, October 18
Student Center West, One Pace Plaza, New York City campus
Christina Papagjika, a Tony and Olivier Award-winning producer of independent film and theater productions including, Kinky Boots, Lee Daniel’s The Butler, and the 2013 Annie Broadway revival, wants to meet you! Don’t miss this special talk and Q&A followed by a light reception of desserts and snacks. Open to all students. RSVP to Brandon Cole at email@example.com.
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Dyson Dialogue: Hilary Leavitt
Thursday, October 24
Civic W613, One Pace Plaza, New York City campus
Producer Hilary Leavitt '10, Theater Arts, has worked on shows such as Ozark, House of Cards, and Orphan Black—now, she's signed a deal with Hulu to develop her own original content. Join Leavitt for a Q&A at this Dyson Dialogue event. Open to all students. RSVP to Brandon Cole at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pace School of Performing Arts Master Series
Tuesday, October 29
Schimmel Center, New York City campus
Join Oscar-nominated, bestselling author, Golden Globe and five-time Emmy Award-winning actress Candice Bergen, and Hawk Koch, producer, author, and former president of both the Academy & Producers Guild for or an intimate conversation about careers in Hollywood and advice for working in the industry. Open to all students.
Poets @ Pace
Monday, November 4
Bianco Room, One Pace Plaza, New York City campus
This Poets @ Pace event brings together two writers have experienced different yet prolific paths for an intimate conversation about their work. Nadia Owusu ’05, Political Science, is a 2019 Whiting Award recipient and will be releasing a memoir about her time at Pace during the attack on World Trade Center. Michael Lally is a veteran who has published more than 30 books of poetry and prose as well as a jazz pianist and screenwriter. Open to all students.
Nelli Gluzman '06
Wednesday, November 13
Bianco Room, New York City campus
Nelli Guzman ’06 is a Pace graduate who followed a different path. After obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, she decided to pursue a career in medicine. Now, she is practicing as a doctor of osteopathic medicine and is coming back to Pace to talk to you. Open to all students.
Deborah McCauley: Saving Endangered Wildlife
Wednesday, November 20
Willcox Lecture Hall, Pleasantville campus
Dr. McCauley will be discussing her work with endangered wildlife in North America, Africa and Asia and how she has been helping to develop sustainable disease surveillance and wildlife health programs, with the emphasis on saving endangered wildlife and training local wildlife professionals. Open to all students.
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