Have An Idea for Opportunitas?
Since Opportunitas is the faculty and staff newsletter, we figured we'd ask you, Pace's wonderful faculty and staff, what you'd like to see from us this fall!
We’re always looking for ways to make Opportunitas better serve the needs of the Pace Community—which is why this month, we want to hear feedback from you!
Have an idea for a recurring column? Want to pass along a professor or a particularly exciting research development for further coverage? Have any suggestions to help Opportunitas continue to serve as a go-to destination for faculty and staff, amidst the ever changing technological and educational landscape? We’re all ears.
Any and all suggestions are welcome. Please email Opportunitas@pace.edu to continue the conversation.
Have a great remainder of the summer, and see you back on campus in just a few short weeks!
At Pace, Opportunitas is for every single student, faculty, and staff member who walks through our doors. President Krislov chats with our Chief Diversity Officer Tiffany Hamilton to discuss the ways Pace is embodying this mission.
PaceCast: Diversity and Inclusion
Faculty and staff in Pleasantville will be showcasing their super-secret talents on Thursday, November 14. Don't miss out!
Hidden Talents Art Show
CHP Professor Joanne Singleton, PhD, is engaged in ongoing initiatives around service dogs and animal-assisted intervention. Her work, which focuses on reducing stress among student veterans and generating evidence on the benefits of service dogs, was all inspired by a remarkable veteran who changed the course of her career.
Research: Animal-Assisted Intervention