Fall 2018

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Small Fish, Big Impact

Approximately 48 million Americans are affected by hearing loss and, according to the Hearing Loss Association of America, and that number includes one out of every three people over the age of 65. Through his impactful work, Dyson Assistant Professor of Biology Aaron Steiner, PhD, is aiming to lower those numbers. Steiner, along with the help of research assistants and undergraduate students Leslie Sanchez ’18 and Bryan Volpe ’20, is studying regeneration of hair cells in zebrafish (despite...
red condom with package slightly ripped open.

Increasing Sexual Health Awareness

The majority of students at Pace today weren’t even born when the AIDS epidemic swept America. In the years since, discussion around HIV/ AIDS has shifted—from the outmoded idea that it was only a “gay” disease to characterizing the illness as something that only affects IV drug users. The shift in discourse, coupled with the success of antiretroviral medications making HIV a manageable, though lifelong, disease has led to an unintended consequence. We’re not talking about HIV/AIDS anymore....

Faculty Success

Funding, grants, awards—Pace faculty are on the front lines of innovation, and they’re being recognized for their contributions to the fields of computer science, health care, criminal justice, and more!

Spring 2018

Service dog for Pace University's Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities (ECAD) program

Who Let The Dogs In?

Pace’s College of Health Professions, that’s who! This year, CHP launched the first college curriculum on service and therapy dogs in health care at Pace’s Pleasantville Campus. Inspired by the advocacy work of Iraq War veteran and author Luis Carlos Montalván and his service dog Tuesday, Pace faculty members Joanne K. Singleton, PhD, and Lucille Ferrara, EdD, joined forces with them and Lu Picard, co-founder and director of programs for Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities (ECAD) to...
Professor Quevedo and daughter Andrea Quevedo-Prince ’20 after winning her first world medal.

Going For Gold

Lubin Adjunct Associate Professor Francisco Quevedo is no stranger to fundraising—he’s been immersed in the field for several decades, and his resume boasts over $4,000,000 raised in revenues from sponsors like Coca-Cola and Liberty Mutual Insurance. Recently, Quevedo thought it would be valuable to apply this expertise to the nonprofit sector—specifically Olympic sports fundraising. In addition to teaching, Quevedo is the instructor of Pace’s karate club and mentor to his daughter, Andrea...
Pace University professor with student.

Faculty Success - Spring 2018

Prestigious grants for innovative research, distinguished scholarships, and most notably, a Nobel Peace Prize! These are just a few of our latest faculty accomplishments.

Fall 2017

Faculty Success - Fall 2017

Competitive awards, notable scholarship, and big grants for cutting-edge research... here are some of the most notable recent faculty successes at Pace.
Robert Klaeger ’69, Pace alumnus and beloved chair of the Media, Communications, and Visual Arts (MCVA) Department on the Pleasantville Campus

In a Class of His Own

Robert Klaeger ’69, Pace alumnus and beloved chair of the Media, Communications, and Visual Arts (MCVA) Department on the Pleasantville Campus, retired on August 31, 2017, after 41 years of service. Known around campus for his signature bow tie, Klaeger oversaw the department’s growth and transformation into a training ground for talented young people who would go on to successful careers at NBCUniversal, A&E Television Networks, and the like. “Bob’s legacy will be felt for many years to...


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