The Pace Path Explained
Want to know more about what the Pace Path is and how it affects you as a faculty or staff member? Check out our new brochure!
The Pace Path is an individualized, four-year program designed to help students make their college experience more purposeful and to teach a broad range of soft skills—problem solving, decision making, leadership, teamwork, adaptability, time management, and communication—essential for fulfilling careers and lives.
At the end of four years, students are prepared for a future full of possibilities. They will have the subject expertise to apply to their chosen career or graduate education, as well as the personal attributes and emotional intelligence needed to succeed both professionally and personally.
Want to know more about what the Pace Path is and how it affects you as a faculty or staff member? View our brochure online at www.pace.edu/PacePathBrochure.
Nominations for the Kenan Award for Teaching Excellence are open through February 28! Plus, a faculty grant opportunity in the humanities.
Faculty Corner: February 2020
The health and safety of our students, staff, and faculty is our top priority. Learn more about the University's recent travel suspension, resources for health and wellness, and academic continuity planning.
University Update on Wuhan Coronavirus
President Krislov talks exciting new developments in New York City, and looks ahead to the strong future Pace is building for 2020 and beyond.
From the Desk of President Krislov