Pleasantville

Spring 2020

Hillary and Chelsea Clinton discuss the book Gutsy Women

An Evening with Gutsy Women

Pace University welcomed gutsy women to the Pleasantville Campus on December 18, as Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton shared stories from their new book, The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience, a celebration of more than 100 trailblazing women throughout history who stood up to the status quo, asked hard questions, and got the job done. The last stop on the Gutsy Women tour for 2019, the event was moderated by acclaimed singer and actress and...

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...
Pace University's Men's basketball team at the second annual LGBTQ Pride Hoops Night

LGBTQ Pride Hoops Night

Pace Athletics and the LGBTQA Center hosted their second annual LGBTQ Pride Hoops Night on January 31, 2018, in celebration of the University's diverse and inclusive community. Last year, Pace became the first Northeast-10 Conference institution and second NCAA Division II school to be awarded "Gold Medallion" status and prestigious Founders Club membership from LGBT SportSafe.
Students who are part of the First Year Interest group, Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities (CEO)

Pace Delivers

Thanks to the Center for Student Enterprise (CSE), which creates and operates student-run businesses on the Pleasantville Campus, students are gaining a wealth of experiential learning. Their latest launch, Pace Delivers, was developed by students in the Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities (CEO) first year interest group and the Lubin Business Association. Pace Delivers is a late-night delivery service allowing the Pace Community to order online from local restaurants and have their food...
Female coaches for Pace University athletic teams

Women's Team Coaches

We asked five of Pace’s female coaches to tell us… As a female athlete and now coach, what changes have you seen in women’s sports that you’re most excited about? And what changes do you hope to see in the future?
Pace Athletics and the LGBTQ hosted their second annual LGBTQ Pride Hoops Night on January 31, 2018, in celebration of the University’s diverse and inclusive community. Last year, Pace became the first Northeast-10 Conference institution and second NCAA Division II school to be awarded “Gold Medallion” status and prestigious Founders Club membership from LGBT SportSafe.

Athletics Scoreboard

Pace Student Athletes 261 Pace student athletes named to the NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll for fall 2017 Women’s Lacrosse #11 ranking in the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) national poll* Men’s Lacrosse #3 ranking in US Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) national poll* Field Hockey 15–4 in just the third season in program history, earning its first NE-10 Championship Tournament appearance Women’s Soccer 2 consecutive bids to the NE-10 Tournament,...
Pace University student filming the devastation of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico

Lights, Camera, Accolades

Students from Pace’s award-winning Producing the Documentary course, led by Professor Maria Luskay, EdD, traded in their surfboards for clapperboards this spring break when they traveled to Puerto Rico to document the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, interviewing more than 60 people, watching as Con Edison restored power at a school, and visiting a devastated orphanage. Their film Puerto Rico: Hope in the Dark, premieres at the Jacob Burns Film Center on May 1 with an encore screening at the...
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...
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