Lisdy Contreras Giron '19
“ It was Pace’s motto of “Opportunitas” that attracted me to the University. I wanted to attend a college that would cater to me as an immigrant and a first-generation student, and would provide me with the full college experience...”
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Christina Thomas '19
Economics and Environmental Studies
"I think what really stands out to me about my time at Pace is how I was able to embrace the challenge of an Economics major and find out ways to apply economic research methods to environmental issues."
Chad Kennerk '19
Actors Studio Drama School (ASDS)
"I think I can safely say that I’ve really taken advantage of all the opportunities that New York affords to enhance my education. "
Jonah Camiel '19
Production and Design for Stage and Screen
"Once you know what it is you want to do, you have to throw yourself fully into that thing. You can only advance your skills if you commit."
Alexxis (Allie) Granger '19
Environmental Policy, MA
“Throughout my years at Pace, I have had the pleasure of working with outstanding faculty members who have given me unwavering guidance and support.”
Sophia Uwase '18
"The Economics department gives its students opportunities that not many undergraduate programs offer, including doing our own research, presenting at various top-level conferences (such as the one held by the Eastern Economic Association), participating in the Federal Reserve Challenge, and more."
Amberlynn Foote '21
"The most valuable lessons I have learned so far are that patience is key, uncertainty is okay, and to never lose sight.."
Lisbeth Parra '19
Combined Applied Psychology and Human Relations, BA/Mental Health Counseling, MS
"One of the benefits of being part of a combined degree program is that you work with many of the same faculty on the undergraduate and graduate level, as I have with Professors Cadet, Juncaj, and Franco. This really helps when it comes to support or mentorship."
Dulce Garcia / Jaquay Dee-Hardmon '19
Communications / English
Dulce Garcia (l) and Jaquay Dee-Hardmon (r) talk about their experiences in the Dyson Scholars in Residence program.
Katherine Ketterer '20
"After graduation, I would love to work for another NGO focused on disarmament before attending graduate school."
Amoreena Crispino '19
"The most important thing I've learned in college is to work hard, be yourself, and prove that you can do anything you set your mind to."
Servando Martinez '19
Communication Studies & Criminal Justice
"Pace has been the best place to take in all that New York City has to offer, but also to envelop myself in a school that celebrates community, love and diversity. "
Blake Rozelle '20
Digital Cinema and Filmmaking
"The process of creating a documentary in such a short amount of time has been complicated and a lot of work. However, the memories I have made are ones I will remember for a very long time."
Nimmi Thomas '18
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, MS
"The Master of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology was exactly what I was looking for."
Josh De Leon '18
"I chose Pace because it is located in the greatest financial hub in the world and does a wonderful job at making it easy for students to take advantage of this resource."