Fall 2019

Fall 2019

Pace University students welcoming people to the Pace Reunion

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Introducing the 2019–2020 Pace Proud Tour Let the good times roll! Join us as we share our Pace pride across the country on our new Pace Proud Tour. Connect with fellow alumni at one of our upcoming stops, including Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, Miami, and New York City. We hope to see you there! Stay up to date on our Pace Proud Tour and vote for where you’d like to see us next. NEW YORK, NY December 4 Alumni Holiday Party RSVP today  MIAMI, FL January 23 Alumni Reception  FORT LAUDERDALE, FL...
Pace NYC class of first-year students in 1953 pictured on the steps of City Hall

Flashback

A far cry from Pace’s 2019 incoming NYC class on the inside front cover, here’s a look at an NYC class of first-year students in 1953, pictured on the steps of City Hall.

In Memoriam - Fall 2019

Remembering Joseph Pastore Jr. ’66 Pace University mourns the loss of Professor Emeritus and former Provost and Lubin School of Business Dean Joseph Pastore Jr., PhD, ’66. After earning his MBA from the Lubin School of Business, Pastore joined Pace in 1976 as the school’s dean and later went on to serve as vice president for academic affairs, University provost, and professor, and will be remembered as an exceptional mentor who inspired generations of students. “Joe was a beloved teacher, a...
Pauline Mosley ’92, DPS ’02

Mentoring Matters

When Pauline Mosley ’92, DPS ’02, arrived at her office during the first week of classes, a familiar face was waiting for her: a student who had attended the NSA- and NSF-funded Camp Cryptobot she runs at Pace for high school students. The camp, which was recently featured in The New Yorker, inspired the student to apply to Pace. He wrote to Mosley after he was accepted to let her know that he had recently lost both his girlfriend and sister in separate tragic accidents and that, while he didn’...
Maria Luskay with Pace Students in Hawaii filming Hawaii: Living on the Edge in Paradise?

Faculty Success - Fall 2019

Reel-World Experiences For the last 15 years, Dyson Professor and alumna Maria Luskay, EdD, ’85 has led the life-changing Producing the Documentary course, in which students research, travel, film, edit, and produce a documentary on environmentally and culturally relevant topics—from the resiliency of Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria to the aftermath of the Kīlauea, Hawaii, volcano eruption. For her vision, commitment, and leadership, Luskay was honored by ArtsWestchester with the Sophia...
Illustration of a pixelated body being pulled apart by a force

Good Trauma?

When a person goes through an acutely stressful or tragic experience, we generally assume it will have negative consequences. Yet, as Dyson Associate Professor ANTHONY MANCINI, PhD, has uncovered, the aftermath of that high-stress situation can often prove to be a different story. In fact, it can even strengthen and positively reinforce social bonds. “Along with my collaborators, I did a study on the Virginia Tech shootings, in which students happened to have their depression and anxiety...
illustration of the Tuberculosis bacteria

Eradicating Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis (TB), an infectious disease which often attacks the lungs, has been wreaking havoc on humans and other animals for thousands of years. While its mortality rate has dropped significantly in developed countries, TB is still endemic in many underdeveloped countries throughout the world and remains one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide, killing 1.6 million people in 2017, according to the World Health Organization. Dyson Biology Professor MARCY KELLY, PhD, has dedicated much of...
Maral Javadifar

A Woman’s Place

By Alyssa Cressotti '08, '18 From the basketball court to the NFL sidelines, Maral Javadifar’s got game. Her maturity, her focus, and her determination to succeed was what originally made Maral Javadifar ’12 stand out to the Pace University Athletics Department. Javadifar, still in high school and just a prospective student-athlete for the Pace Women’s Basketball team, was recovering from what could have been a career-ending torn ACL when she was recruited by Coach Carrie Seymour and Assistant Coach Patrina Blow. Amid her own concerns that she wouldn’t be able to play basketball at the...

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