September: Presidential Blog Roundup
President Friedman reflects on the power of positive gestures and the importance of bringing mental health and wellness to the forefront of conversation in light of the recent death of Robin Williams.
The Power Within: "We all have the power to create a ripple effect of positive behaviors and outcomes. While these acts ordinarily won’t make us rich financially, they make us rich of heart and spirit."
The Pain behind the Laughter: "The recent news that Oscar-winning actor Robin Williams committed suicide once again brings the topic of mental health to the forefront of our collective conversations."
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Those with societal influence have long been at the forefront of philanthropic causes. But as Dyson Professor Paul Ziek investigates, is philanthropy really a major factor in maintaining celebrity?
Research: Celebrity Philanthropy
On Tuesday, November 3, Mark Besca ’81, NYC office managing partner at EY (Ernst & Young), will visit the Westchester Campus as part of Lubin’s Executive in Residence program.
You Besca Believe It
By day, these Pace staffers are in charge of Lubin’s communication, but at night (okay, on their lunch break) they're leading line dances and getting Pace moving.
Staff By Day, Wedding Dancers By Night