Undergraduate Research Program
What do fingerprints and music therapy have in common? They’re just a few of the subjects that Pace faculty and students have delved into as part of the 4th Annual Pace Undergraduate Research Program.
Please join the Division for Student Success in recognizing the achievements of the 4th Annual Pace Undergraduate Research Program’s 27 student-faculty pairs. Pace student and faculty pairs will highlight their research through a variety of media, culminating in an award presentation.
New York City Showcase
Wednesday, May 6
10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Student Union, One Pace Plaza
Thursday, May 7
10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Gottesman Room, Kessel Student Center
Breast Cancer Cells
Sustainable Rio 2016 Olympics
Analysis of Antibiotics
Digital Art for People with Disabilities
Democracy in Hong Kong
Music Therapy for People with Dementia
Alternative Methods of Fingerprint Analysis
Health Care Services and Young Adults
Mobile Apps and Improving Numeracy in Senegal
Educational Advocacy through Comedy
Diversity in the Judicial Pool
Rise of Global Cities
Please RSVP by Monday, April 20, to Jonathan Hooker (212) 346-1962 or firstname.lastname@example.org and note which showcase(s) you plan to attend.
For more information about the pairings or to read progress on their blogs, visit https://www.pace.edu/ugresearch.
Social distancing and keeping pace with your exercise routine can be tough. Join Pace's Health and Wellness Committee for virtual workout classes every week that include kickboxing, yoga, and even a weekly step challenge with prizes.
Pace Yourself to Wellness: Online Edition
To help ease some of the high stress and uncertainty amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis, the Counseling Center is checking in with a handy mental health guide, plus we share information about resources available to Pace employees through Cigna.
Coping Emotionally with COVID-19
Worry. Anxiety. Grief. The brain-body response to stress is powerful. Dyson Professor of Psychology Sally Dickerson, PhD, discusses human stress responses and ways to best mitigate potential external stressors in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Professor Is In: Sally Dickerson