Spirit of Pace Awards Dinner 2015
On June 10, join us under the big blue whale as Pace University hosts the Spirit of Pace Awards Dinner to honor several members of the Pace Community and support student scholarship.
On Wednesday, June 10, 2015, Pace University will host the annual Spirit of Pace Awards Dinner at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. The Spirit of Pace Awards Dinner honors our role as a national leader in providing a college education of clear value—one that is built on a powerful combination of liberal arts and professional preparation and propels young people to succeed in their careers and lives.
We are proud to announce Thomas P. (Todd) Gibbons ’86, Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer, BNY Mellon, as the honoree of the Leaders in Management Award; Brian M. Barefoot ’70, Senior Advisor, Carl Marks & Co., as the honoree of the Innovator Award; and Susanne O'Callaghan, PhD, Professor of Accounting at the Lubin School of Business, as the honoree of the Homer and Charles Pace Faculty Award.
Proceeds from the Spirit of Pace Awards Dinner will provide support for the Student Scholarship Program and special projects selected by the President.
Faculty and staff are invited to attend at a discounted rate of $250. Register to attend here: www.pace.edu/spiritawardsdiscount. For more information, please contact Guycaelle Vaval at (212) 346-1235 or email@example.com.
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