Fall 2017

Fall 2017

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Pace will once again be participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day of philanthropy. Become part of the movement and invest in Pace students! Last year, we raised more than $130,000—and we can raise even more with your support. Sign up to be a Social Media Ambassador and transform your social and professional circles into powerful philanthropic networks. Tweet, follow, like, share—it’s that easy! To increase the reach of your philanthropy, the members of the Pace Board of Trustees have...
Pace University president, Marvin Krislov

We Are Pace Setters

By Marvin Krislov It’s only been a few months since I started as president of Pace University and already, I’m a proud Pace Setter. It didn’t take long, as I listened to the stories of some of our students and graduates. From a US Marine who came to Pace and graduated with a prestigious internship at the US Department of State in Azerbaijan and a Fulbright Award to teach English in Serbia, to a student DREAMer who was recently awarded a Truman Scholarship and plans to go to law school to become an immigration...
Pace University graduate with his mother.

The Robotti Scholarship Challenge

Doubling the Power of Your Gift The Robotti Scholarship Challenge will double the power of your scholarship gift. Thanks to the generous contributions of Trustee Bob Robotti ’78 and his wife, Suzanne Robotti, all individual donors establishing new scholarships between $2,500 and $10,000 will receive a full 1:1 match from the Robotti Challenge Fund. That means twice as many awards going to deserving and hardworking students—thanks to you. Your gift comes at a critical time. Pace students...
Female Pace university student with New York City in the background.

This is My Campus

Where academic excellence meets real-world experience. Where forward-thinkers, innovators, and leaders achieve success. Where dreams become reality. This is Pace. Earlier this year, Pace University launched a brand and image advertising campaign—This Is Pace—designed to raise visibility, advance the awareness of our name and our brand values, and continually create positive perception in the marketplace. From performing on Broadway stages to building businesses and creating jobs to conducting...
Pace University students taking photos outside of One Pace Plaza

In The Classroom

COURSE: Economic Issues through a Photographer’s Lens PROFESSOR: Anna Shostya, PhD, Assistant Professor of Economics “Looking at economics through a photographer’s lens forces students to think outside of their textbook framework,” says Shostya. “The best photos are the ones that tell stories, and economists have a very important story to tell.” The course explored themes such as inequality and poverty, economic growth, and immigration. Going Up “This program gives high school students a head...

Alumni On Board

This spring, longtime Pace supporters and alumni Charles Mak, Marty McElroy, and Robert Robotti were elected to Pace’s Board of Trustees.
New entrance through Courtyard

New Space, New Pace

Pace is building on its commitment to student experience by creating new spaces to learn, collaborate, and connect. As Pace continues construction to renovate the New York City Campus and create exciting new spaces for our community, the Master Plan team including Sciame Construction personnel have been working hard to minimize disruption and maintain normal campus operations. One of the great features in phase one of the NYC Master Plan is that the new designs will take a bit of the brutal out...

CHP’S First PhD

“The continuing shortage of nurse scientists and faculty has become a barrier to extending important research in primary health care and teaching beginning and advanced practice professional nurses of the future,” said Harriet R. Feldman, PhD, RN, FAAN, dean of Pace’s College of Health Professions (CHP).  In response to this critical need, CHP launched a new PhD in Nursing program on the Pleasantville Campus that began in the fall. This research-intensive program will prepare nurses to tackle...
Group of teachers at the GenCyber workshop at Pace University.

Bringing Cybersecurity Education To Teens

Twenty-three high school teachers from across the country gained the critical cybersecurity fundamentals needed to train future generations of cybersecurity experts at the GenCyber workshop held at Pace this summer.  The Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems’ GenCyber program, funded by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF), is part of Pace’s outreach efforts to infuse STEM and cybersecurity education into high school classrooms.  “...


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