In The Media
On May 16, 2022, Pace University spent a joyful day celebrating the Classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
Pace's Producing the Documentary course gives students a hands-on experience in filmmaking—from pre-production, to shooting on location, editing, and so much more. Read how student Adam Ng got his feet wet (literally) this semester while filming the latest Pace Doc.
At 14 years old, Shahab Gharib is not your typical Pace student. Here is his extraordinary story.
Researchers at Pace dive deep into hip hop’s emotional undercurrents.
Selected for the Minority Fellowship Program by the National Board of Certified Counselors, Ashley Davis ’22 is paving her own path in mental health counseling.
“You are capable of doing whatever you dream of,” says Pace School of Performing Arts student Camila Rivera, who grew up in the countryside of Puerto Rico and is now studying acting in the most connected city on Earth.
Pace's Maria Escobar is the co-founder of the World Without Exploitation National Youth Coalition—a network of young people dedicated to ending human trafficking—and she’s presented at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.
“I feel a really strong responsibility to educate people about silenced Black voices in early American Theater, and then make physical, actual change,” says Kailey Liddell, an English Language and Literature major.
Never before has the call to build a sustainable, equitable, and inclusive world been so relevant, so imperative, and so urgent. Through an interdisciplinary course that integrates photography and economics, Pace students have developed a photo exhibition that tells compelling stories about environmental sustainability, economic equality, and inclusive growth. See the exhibit outside of One Pace Plaza now through July 1.
In our increasingly polarized political world, Dyson Assistant Professor Courtney Gosnell, PhD, and Sarahlouise Baldwin ’22 are researching what makes people maintain relationships with those who have different political views than their own.