Pace Magazine: Spring 2020
Extra, extra! The Spring 2019 issue of Pace Magazine is available online. Read about Pace women who are smashing stereotypes in STEM fields, unique programs involving service dogs, and much more!
The spring 2019 issue of Pace Magazine should’ve already arrived at your home, but if you couldn’t get your hands on a copy, you can get your Pace fix right here.
In our latest issue, after acknowledging the uprecedented changes of University brought about by COVID-19—and the resilience the University community has shown—we highlight Pace faculty and students who are smashing stereotypes when it comes to traditionally male-dominated STEM fields, explore two innovative programs that incorporate service dogs to help build parenting skills amongst incarcerated women and improve health care and services for individuals with disabilities, highlight Pace alumni who are keeping their school ties alive in unorthodox fashion, and much more. Plus, notable acheivements around the University, impactful research, and more.
Here’s your shot to help keep Pace safe. The health and safety of the Pace Community is our top priority, and getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is a key part. Check back frequently as we announce vaccine availability for our community.
Vaccine Availability for Pace
Pace professors are going big this month when it comes to media mentions; talking COVID-19 recovery, the Biden administration, and much more.
Fit to Print: April 2021
Interested in learning more about Open Educational Resources (OER)? Lubin's Kathy Winsted shares her experiences implementing OER into her coursework.
Teaching with OER: Kathy Winsted