Women In STEM They're Setting the Pace

These Pace women in STEM are rockin’ it in the labs, in the field, and in the industry. They’re collaborating across disciplines and pushing the limits on cutting-edge research—not to mention, they’re helping young women follow in their footsteps.

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Features

  • School Ties Many of us claim we’ll “keep in touch” after graduating, not entirely sure if it will really happen. For these Setters, however, keeping in touch isn’t simply a social nicety—it’s a major...
  • Women in STEM: They're Setting the Pace These Pace women in STEM are rockin’ it in the labs, in the field, and in the industry. They’re collaborating across disciplines and pushing the limits on cutting-edge research—not to...
  • Must Love Dogs On a misty Saturday morning in February, College of Health Professions (CHP) Professor of Nursing Joanne Singleton, PhD;  Pace’s service dog, Professor Spirit; and 25 CHP undergraduate...

In This Issue

  • Pace University President, Marvin Krislov and Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Mark Besca Leadership Letter Letter From The President It feels like everything at Pace University changed in a moment. We’re both working from home, like so many of our colleagues. Our faculty and students are...
  • Hillary and Chelsea Clinton discuss the book Gutsy Women An Evening with Gutsy Women News Pace University welcomed gutsy women to the Pleasantville Campus on December 18, as Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton shared stories from...
  • 10 Things to Inspire You - Spring 2020 News 1. The Winner’s Circle Lubin School of Business graduate students Hifza Rahim ’19, Sushmitha Mudda ’20, and Manushi Dave ’20 won the A+E Networks’ 2019...
  • Al Pacino, Ellen Burstyn, Kelsey Grammar, Carly Rae Jepsen, Megan Thee Stallion, Lupita Nyong’o, Greta Gerwig, Nadia Owusu ’05, and Michael Lally Pace is the Place News From Academy Award winners and musical powerhouses to poets and scholars, here’s a look at some of the familiar faces that stopped by Pace in the last year.
  • Matt Day, Meredith (Dunbar) Day ’03, Kerry Winn, and Mike Winn with the late Joe O’Donnell. Leaving a Legacy News Inducted into the Pace Athletics Hall of Fame in 2016, former Director of Athletics Joe O’Donnell oversaw one of the most successful eras in Pace Athletics...
  • sea turtle swimming in the ocean Saving Sea Turtles Research Pace professors wear quite the array of hats in myriad fields and locales. Thanks to the work of Biology Chairperson Andrew Wier, PhD, we can now add “sea...
Going the Distance! Criminals can run, but they can’t hide from Leigh Anne Sharek ‘10…actually, scratch that. They can’t run from her either. Sharek, a criminalist in the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in NYC, started running as an undergraduate at Pace. Today, she’s completed several marathons, is a wellknown runner, and took part in this year’s Olympic Trials.

Photo Credit: Jason Suarez