Uncharted Territory

Through long days and even longer nights, people from all across the University worked together to accomplish what we set out to do…we brought our students back to campus and we kept our community safe. As the fall semester comes to a close, we look back on the journey that brought us to this point, and we look towards a brighter future.

Pace finds its way
during the pandemic »

Features

  • Pace University students wearing masks in front of One Pace Plaza Uncharted Territory: Pace Finds its Way During the Pandemic This year was hard; for everyone. For you at home and for us at Pace—for our students, for their families, and for the faculty and staff charged with providing opportunity to everyone in...
  • Planet Earth with a face mask covering it. Pace Professors on How COVID-19 Changed Everything In March 2020, the modern world as we’ve come to know it screeched to a sudden, extraordinary halt. The COVID-19 pandemic is proving to be arguably the most devastating crisis of the 21st...
  • illustration of a woman working from home Career Prep in the Time of COVID Imagine you’re 20 years old—at home for spring break and psyched for the summer internship you just landed. It’s at a great company, it’s the right fit, and you’re looking forward to...

In This Issue

  • Pace University President, Marvin Krislov and Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Mark Besca Thank You! Leadership Letter More than anything else, we want to say thank you. Thank you to everyone in the Pace Community for working together to get us through this challenging year....
  • L to R: Tresmaine R. Grimes, PhD, and Lawrence G. Singleton Zooming in on the New Deans News Pace’s newest deans are facing their toughest interviewers yet: students! Public relations major Stephanie Nazario ’21 signed on to chat with Tresmaine R....
  • Person with a protective mask on, with an I Voted sticker stuck to it. Making Every Vote Count News Pace’s Center for Community Action and Research (CCAR) worked hard to make sure that every Pace student who wanted to have their voice heard was able to do so...
  • Flags lined the walkways and common spaces of Pace's Pleasantville Campus in honor of DJ Henry. Social Justice Week Launched this Fall in Honor of DJ Henry News Pace launched its first-ever Social Justice Week Monday, October 26, through Friday, October 30, to further cement the University’s commitment to social...
  • 10 things 10 Things to Inspire You News In a year unlike any other, the transformative power of Pace has the ability to uplift and hearten. Here are just a few of our most inspiring Pace moments.   ...
  • Pace University, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Assistant Professor, Melvin Williams Research: LaVar Ball and Building a Media Agenda Research In an award-winning research paper, Dyson Assistant Professor Melvin Williams examines how LaVar Ball was successfully able to build a media agenda while...
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The total number of votes received during the #OurSafePace face covering photo competition. As part of Pace’s ongoing health and safety campaign, Pace launched a six-week themed photo contest for students to help promote COVID precautions both on campus and at home. Fun fact: Pace was ranked #4 in the country by College Magazine for our response to COVID-19.