President Krislov's Town Call
President Krislov hosts a town call especially for Pace students on Thursday, April 16. Come with your questions and be prepared to chat. He'll be joined by Provost Quiñones, Pleasantville's Dean for Students, NYC's Assistant Dean for Students, and a few more familiar faces.
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Pace University students are cordially invited to join President Krislov for his next interactive town call this Thursday, April 16. We know you’ve experienced a whirlwind of changes in a very short period of time and we’d like to take this opportunity to reconnect as a community, share our thoughts, give an update on operations at Pace, and answer plenty of your burning questions.
He’ll be joined by Provost Vanya Quiñones, PhD; Dean for Students in Pleasantville Rachel Carpenter; Assistant Dean for Students in NYC Todd Smith-Bergollo; Dean for Students and Campus Affairs at Haub Law Angie D'Agostino, JD; Assistant Vice President for Undergraduate Education Sue Maxam, EdD; and Executive Director of Career Services Phyllis Mooney.
President Krislov’s Town Call for Students
Thursday, April 16, 2020
Make sure you're a registered Pace University Zoom member if you plan on attending. Register and log in to Zoom now.
If you haven't already, here's a handy guide from ITS on how to register for Zoom on your mobile device (PDF). Issues logging in? Please call (212) 346-1550 or (914) 422-4622 (Haub Law) for help.
Tell us how you’re managing at home since the shift to remote learning, ask your questions in advance, and share your thoughts with us. We’ll be sharing your feedback with President Krislov. Send an email to The Pulse.
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