NEW YORK & PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. (September 15, 2021) -- A majority of businesses surveyed in New York City, Westchester, and Long Island say they will be stronger after the pandemic, and half of respondents reported being optimistic about the future of business in New York, according to a recently released Pace Business Poll.
Childhood Education and Literacy Major, Samantha Saumell '22, published her first book. Available on Amazon, "I Have, Not I Am," is a touching and inspirational story about a young girl's journey, after being diagnosed with anorexia.
Emmy Award-winning producer and Media, Communication, and Visual Arts Associate Professor Allen Oren explores the beauty of quiet and “meaningful silences” in our world in his latest documentary, A Day in the Life of Silence.
Safety Awareness Week returns to Pace’s NYC Campus with a variety of events hosted by our Office of Safety and Security, the LGBTQA+ Center, and the Office of Sexual and Interpersonal Wellness.
“We know kids in Western countries spend only 20% of their time at school, so where are they for the other 80%?” Hassinger-Das said. “They’re at home, or in the grocery store, or the park. How can we transform those everyday spaces to encourage playful learning and promote conversations between caregivers and children? We wanted to maximize these spaces and turn them into places that are fun but also support the kind of learning you do in school.”
Nursing student Nicholas Lombardo '22 had experienced a life-changing injury in high school. Though he's long-since recovered, that experience has put him on the path to a career in the health professions, where he can combine his love of science and his desire to care for others.
Lubin Associate Dean Randi Priluck spoke with RTVI (Russian Television International) about how the pandemic affected the markets.
Alexander Tom, 29
Occupation: Associate program head of the musical theater program at Pace University in Manhattan. Favorite local coffee shop: “Bibble and Sip is an AAPI-owned coffee shop, with a llama as their mascot,” Mr. Tom said. “They’ve got great cream puffs, the coffee is great — I love me my Bibble.”
“It’s a convenient way for the Chinese government to gain consensus and support for the idea of controlling the internet in general,” says Marcella Szablewicz, a media professor at Pace University who studies gaming in China.
Pace University's Seidenberg School of CSIS has been awarded a $3.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation to recruit and train cybersecurity professionals, the University today announced.