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Press Release: Pace University Art Gallery Launches ‘Substance’

03/01/2021

Press Release: Pace University Art Gallery Launches ‘Substance’

Exhibition Includes Artist Talks, Residency, Virtual Exhibit and Gallery Showing in the Fall

New York, NY (March 1, 2021)- Pace University Art Gallery has launched the Substance exhibition and associated programs that include online artists’ talks, an artist residency, and a virtual exhibit – all culminating with an in-person exhibit in the fall 2021, the University announced today.

Substance brings together five abstract artists—Diego Anaya, Liz Atz, Linda Ekstrom, Adebunmi Gbadebo, and Alberto Lule—who express meaning via their materials rather than through representational imagery.   

To celebrate the launch of the digital exhibit, at 6:30 p.m. on March 1, the Gallery will host a Zoom artist talk by Diego Anaya. Anaya’s work is minimalist in imagery, yet he celebrates his Mexican heritage through the use of ground corn, corn ash, and sand with which he creates rough and uneven surfaces. The texture compels the viewer to examine the work closely and even to want to touch and smell the granular surface, creating an immediate and intimate connection between the viewer and the artist.

From March 2-22, the Gallery will host a residency by Liz Atz during which she will create a large-scale window installation on-site. Made of mycelium mushroom-based plastics she casts herself, Atz’s bright, immersive installations critique commercialism, materialism, and consumption. During the three-week residency, Atz will experiment further with chitosan, a substance sourced from waste shell material from the shrimp, lobster and other shellfish industry, adding pigment, and laser cutting the installation. Atz will also give a Zoom talk about her work at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 16. 

Pace students, faculty and staff are invited to drop in to see the process in the gallery Tuesday through Thursday from 1p.m.-3p.m. or by appointment. The public will be able to see the process unfold via the window installation at 41 Park Row.

At 3 p.m. on March 10, the Gallery will present a Zoom artist lecture by Alberto Lule who critiques and exposes the prison industrial complex in America as a form of modern slavery. His Investigation series offers insight to his experience as a formerly incarcerated person by using fingerprint powder—a tool used by police to prove someone was at the scene of a crime—as his drawing material. Thereby, Lule reclaims his past, present, and future, stating that he isn’t at the mercy of the corrupt American prison system any longer. 

The pre-launch included a Zoom lecture by Linda Ekstrom on Feb. 25. Ekstrom’s works from her Word series use text from religious sources as a form of inspiration and commentary. Many of her artworks are made from altered pages of the Bible, which is representative of how Ekstrom explores feminist issues, particularly within the role of Jewish and Christian religious history and tradition.  Her work addresses the suppressed stories of women both in the Bible and throughout art history via the process of disassembling and then reassembling this book which has been used to inspire, divide, and control readers. Recordings of all Substance exhibit lectures will be available in the gallery’s Instagram bio at @paceuniversityartgallery.

Also included in the both the digital and in-person exhibits is artist Adebunmi Gbadebo who writes: “My material is human hair from people of the African Diaspora. Our hair is so connected to our culture, politics, and history!” She represents identity and history in Blues People by incorporating prints of historical documents onto paper embedded with Black hair. In so doing, she exposes the grim history of American slavery that has been erased by white-centric narratives and materials. In Black hair, she finds “a material and a history in which to root my own work that positions the people who looked like me as central to my practice.” 

The Substance exhibit was curated by Sarah Cunningham, Art Gallery director/assistant clinical professor, with Samantha L. Smith, ‘21, gallery intern/research fellow, with support from the Provost’s Academic Year 2020-2021 Student-Faculty Undergraduate Research Award through the Center for Undergraduate Research Experiences (CURE). The in-person exhibit has been re-scheduled for September 27-October 30, 2021.

About the Pace University Art Gallery: Founded with the conviction that art is integral to society, the Pace University Art Gallery is a creative laboratory and exhibition space that supports innovation and exploration for both artists and viewers. Open to students, staff, and faculty from across the Pace campuses and, equally, to the Lower Manhattan community and visitors from around the world, the Art Gallery encourages personal investigation and critical dialogue via thought-provoking contemporary art exhibits and public programming. Enhancing the Art Department's BA and BFA programs, the Art Gallery offers students real-world opportunities to exhibit their own art and to work directly with professional artists to install and promote exhibitions.

About Dyson College of Arts and Sciences: Pace University’s liberal arts college, Dyson College, offers more than 50 programs, spanning the arts and humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, and pre-professional programs (including pre-medicine, pre-veterinary, and pre-law), as well as many courses that fulfill core curriculum requirements. The College offers access to numerous opportunities for internships, cooperative education and other hands-on learning experiences that complement in-class learning in preparing graduates for career and graduate/professional education choices. 

About the Pace University Center for Undergraduate Research Experiences (CURE): The Center for Undergraduate Research Experiences (CURE) in Dyson College of Arts and Sciences provides leadership, coordination and support to student-faculty research collaborations, faculty grant-funded research projects and programs, and opportunities for service learning. CURE is part of Dyson College’s long-standing, ongoing commitment to build a research culture at Pace University. CURE is one component in Dyson’s efforts to innovatively enhance the quality of both the academic experience and overall student life.

About Pace University 
Pace University has a proud history of preparing its diverse student body for a lifetime of professional success as a result of its unique program that combines rigorous academics and real-world experiences. Pace is ranked the #1 private, four-year college in the nation for upward economic mobility by Harvard University’s Opportunity Insights, evidence of the transformative education the University provides. From its beginnings as an accounting school in 1906, Pace has grown to three campuses, enrolling 13,000 students in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs in more than 150 majors and programs, across a range of disciplines: arts, sciences, business, health care, technology, law, education, and more. The university also has one of the most competitive performing arts programs in the country. Pace has a signature, newly renovated campus in New York City, located in the heart of vibrant Lower Manhattan, next to Wall Street and City Hall, and two campuses in Westchester County, New York: a 200-acre picturesque Pleasantville Campus and the Elisabeth Haub School of Law in White Plains. Follow us on Twitter or on the Pace News website.

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Press Release: Pace University & UCLA Partner to Explore Digital Mapping in Latinx Studies

02/24/2021

Press Release: Pace University & UCLA Partner to Explore Digital Mapping in Latinx Studies

National Endowment for the Humanities Awards $50,000 to Help University Scholars Collaborate on Groundbreaking Work

NEW YORK, N.Y. (Feb. 24, 2021) – The neighborhood surrounding Pace University’s Lower Manhattan campus was once home to a thriving Spanish-language publishing community that—like many such publishing centers located throughout the United States in the nineteenth century—has largely been forgotten. Associate Professor of English Kelley Kreitz, PhD, also an affiliate faculty member in Latinx Studies, has been working to recover that history with her students.

In partnership with Marissa López, professor of English and Chicana/o Studies at UCLA, Kreitz has been awarded $50,000 from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Office of Digital Humanities to continue and expand this groundbreaking work along with Latinx Studies scholars working on similar projects across the country.

“Professor Kreitz has been on the forefront of this fascinating new field of digital humanities, bringing her expertise into the classroom for Pace University students,” said Tresmaine Grimes, PhD, dean, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences and School of Education at Pace University. “Her participation as a co-director in this prestigious grant is a testament to her innovative scholarship in this field.”

The funding will support a two-day working session at UCLA in August 2021, bringing together scholars, GIS experts, and public and academic librarians to explore digital mapping for Latinx Studies. Digital mapping provides scholars with opportunities to support historical inquiry and the use of archival materials in Spanish, English, and Indigenous languages in a variety of ways, including visualizing communities represented by archival materials, making visible absences in the archival record, and engaging academics, students, and the public in contemplating history and its making. 

“The goal is to share ideas, resources, and best practices while building a network to help scholars at universities across the country to use digital mapping in their research and teaching,” said Kreitz.  

For the past few years, students in her Latinx literature courses have used digital mapping to make visible the community of editors, writers, printers, and bookstore owners who participated in lower Manhattan’s Spanish-language press, including Cuban writer and revolutionary José Martí and Puerto Rican printer, editor, and political organizer Sotero Figuero. In 2018, through Pace University’s digital humanities center Babble Lab, she launched the Recovering New York City’s Nineteenth-Century Spanish-Language Press digital map and website, which draws on her research and mapping projects conducted in her courses.

“We’re looking at digital mapping as a means of helping scholars and students to build on and contribute to traditional research methods in the field, especially those focused on understudied archival materials,” Kreitz said. “In my courses, I am particularly interested in how teaching digital mapping skills in combination with archival research skills can empower students to understand history and contribute to filling its gaps and omissions.”

López is also exploring digital mapping in her research and teaching—through Picturing Mexican America, a mobile app which enables users to access archival photos that reveal Los Angeles’ Mexican American history as they navigate the city.

“Providing opportunities in the digital humanities ensures that there is a diverse group of people doing archival and research work, so that BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, people of color) communities can be properly documented for future generations,” said Holly Tomaino ’22, a Film and Screen Studies major and student of Kreitz.

The planning and capacity-building work funded by NEH grant is specifically meant to lead to more opportunities for scholars and students to engage with digital mapping for Latinx Studies.

“NEH’s Office of Digital Humanities has funded a number of projects in recent years focused on using digital mapping methods to better understand where people live and work and how they engage with their local environments,” said Senior Program Officer in the Office of Digital Humanities at the NEH Elizabeth Tran. “We are pleased to support this exciting workshop that will allow a new cohort of scholars to explore existing and emerging methods in digital mapping.”

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About Pace University 
Pace University has a proud history of preparing its diverse student body for a lifetime of professional success as a result of its unique program that combines rigorous academics and real-world experiences. Pace is ranked the #1 private, four-year college in the nation for upward economic mobility by Harvard University’s Opportunity Insights, evidence of the transformative education the University provides. From its beginnings as an accounting school in 1906, Pace has grown to three campuses, enrolling 13,000 students in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs in more than 150 majors and programs, across a range of disciplines: arts, sciences, business, health care, technology, law, education, and more. The university also has one of the most competitive performing arts programs in the country. Pace has a signature, newly renovated campus in New York City, located in the heart of vibrant Lower Manhattan, next to Wall Street and City Hall, and two campuses in Westchester County, New York: a 200-acre picturesque Pleasantville Campus and the Elisabeth Haub School of Law in White Plains. Follow us on Twitter or on the Pace News website.

About Dyson College of Arts and Sciences: Pace University’s liberal arts college, Dyson College, offers more than 50 programs, spanning the arts and humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, and pre-professional programs (including pre-medicine, pre-veterinary, and pre-law), as well as many courses that fulfill core curriculum requirements. The College offers access to numerous opportunities for internships, cooperative education and other hands-on learning experiences that complement in-class learning in preparing graduates for career and graduate/professional education choices. www.pace.edu/dyson.

About the NEH: Created in 1965 as an independent federal agency, the National Endowment for the Humanities supports research and learning in history, literature, philosophy, and other areas of the humanities by funding selected, peer-reviewed proposals from around the nation. Additional information about the NEH and its grant programs is available at: www.neh.gov. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this press release, do not necessarily represent those of the NEH.

 

 

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Press Release: Pace University Announces the Barry M. and Jackie Gosin Center for Equity and Inclusion

02/10/2021

Press Release: Pace University Announces the Barry M. and Jackie Gosin Center for Equity and Inclusion

Gift Advances Diversity in Entrepreneurship, Career Advisement, and Campus Programming at Pace 

NEW YORK (Feb. 10, 2021)—Pace University today announced the establishment of the Barry M. and Jackie Gosin Center for Equity and Inclusion. This new center, established via a donation from the Gosins, supports ongoing efforts at Pace in anti-racism and equity, expands work to elevate job placement and entrepreneurship among Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) students, and enhances academic scholarship in these areas.

Housed on Pace’s New York City campus, the Barry M. and Jackie Gosin Center for Equity and Inclusion launches with the overarching goal of increasing opportunities for underrepresented groups and fostering their success during the job placement process and throughout their careers. Specific objectives of the Center include:

  • Diversifying the entrepreneurship experience and education with enhanced support and programming through the Pace Entrepreneurship Lab and Center for Student Enterprise.
  • Increasing career advisement opportunities and resources for BIPOC students at Pace.
  • Expanding collaborative critical inquiry and community partnerships in anti-racism.
  • Supporting Pace’s academic units in faculty and student research and scholarship on equity and inclusion.
  • Facilitating the development of equity literacy, inclusive curricula and anti-oppression pedagogies.

"The establishment of this center represents an important step in the movement to diversify the voices in the corporate workplace and boardrooms across America. For many young people, college serves as a critical point in their journey to professional success, and it is our hope that this center will provide Pace students with the knowledge, skills and opportunities that lead to long and rewarding careers,” said Barry Gosin, the CEO of global commercial real estate advisory firm Newmark and a member of Pace’s Board of Trustees. “Pace has always been a beacon for historically underrepresented and first-generation college students as they seek a brighter future. We believe this new initiative will advance this storied institution’s ability to continue fulfilling that core mission, while paving the way for a stronger, more equitable New York.”

Ranked the number one private, four-year college in the United States for driving upward economic mobility, according to the Opportunity Insights research project at Harvard University, Pace University uplifts its students academically and professionally with relevant, focused and forward-looking degrees and programs. The Pace community is vibrantly diverse and inclusive, with ethnic, gender, and economic diversity that sets it apart from most other institutions in higher education. A majority of Pace’s student body identify as BIPOC, close to 30% of Pace students are from low-income families eligible for Pell grants, and close to 40% identify as the first in their family to go to college.

“Pace has a proud tradition of providing access to a quality education for all hard-working, ambitious students, including those from all backgrounds and many who are the first in their families to attend college,” said Pace President Marvin Krislov. “We know that college can transform a student’s life, and in so doing transform a family and community. Through Barry and Jackie Gosin’s generous gift, this new center will be critical in helping us live up to our commitments on diversity, equity, and access, and inclusion—and ensuring we deliver on that promise for all of our students.”

Tiffany SW Hamilton, chief diversity officer at Pace University said, “Higher education should be a transformative experience for students, faculty and staff. Historical barriers of the academy have often disproportionately impacted Black, Latinx and economically challenged individuals. Pace University champions diversity, equity, access, and inclusion. Yet, we must always strive to be better and do better. The Barry M. and Jackie Gosin Center for Equity and Inclusion is significant because it elevates the work at Pace and will make a tangible difference in the lives of our students and community. It’s an honor and privilege to do this work and open this new center.”

The work managed and facilitated by The Barry M. and Jackie Gosin Center for Equity and Inclusion will begin immediately.

About Pace University 
Pace University has a proud history of preparing its diverse student body for a lifetime of professional success as a result of its unique program that combines rigorous academics and real-world experiences. Pace is ranked the #1 private, four-year college in the nation for upward economic mobility by Harvard University’s Opportunity Insights, evidence of the transformative education the University provides. From its beginnings as an accounting school in 1906, Pace has grown to three campuses, enrolling 13,000 students in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs in more than 150 majors and programs, across a range of disciplines: arts, sciences, business, health care, technology, law, education, and more. The university also has one of the most competitive performing arts programs in the country. Pace has a signature, newly renovated campus in New York City, located in the heart of vibrant Lower Manhattan, next to Wall Street and City Hall, and two campuses in Westchester County, New York: a 200-acre picturesque Pleasantville Campus and the Elisabeth Haub School of Law in White Plains. Follow us on Twitter or on the Pace News website.

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Press Release: Pace University’s Lubin School of Business Maintains Prestigious Dual AACSB Accreditation

02/04/2021

Press Release: Pace University’s Lubin School of Business Maintains Prestigious Dual AACSB Accreditation

Fewer than 2 percent of business schools have dual accreditation for business and accounting

NEW YORK, N.Y. (Feb. 4, 2021) —The Lubin School of Business at Pace University has successfully maintained its dual accreditation for both business and accounting by AACSB International, the University today announced.

Lubin's dual accreditation by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business is an elite distinction shared by fewer than 2 percent of business schools in the world offering business degree programs.

"Pace University has a steadfast commitment to providing our students with the tools they'll need to succeed in their careers after graduation," said Pace President Marvin Krislov. "I'm proud that the Lubin School of Business will maintain its dual AACSB accreditation, and I know we'll continue our long tradition of creating opportunities for ambitious, hard-working business and accounting students.”

Founded in 1916, AACSB International is the longest serving global accrediting body for business schools that offer undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees in business and accounting. AACSB accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business and accounting education. There are currently 882 business institutions in 57 countries and territories that have earned AACSB Accreditation. Similarly, 189 institutions hold a supplemental, specialized AACSB Accreditation for their accounting programs.

“Earning the distinction of dual AACSB accreditation reflects a business institution’s commitment to the highest standards of excellence,” said Lawrence G. Singleton, dean of the Lubin School of Business. “We thoroughly enjoyed working with our strong peer review team and appreciate the helpful feedback they provided throughout the process. Lubin's focus on student success, career preparation, and innovative programs and practices were important components for re-accreditation success.”

Achieving accreditation is a multi-year process of rigorous internal review and peer review. These standards require excellence in areas relating to strategic management and innovation; student, faculty, and staff as active participants; learning and teaching; and academic and professional engagement.

“AACSB congratulates Pace University's Lubin School of Business and Dean Lawrence G. Singleton on extending accreditation in business and accounting," said Stephanie M. Bryant, executive vice president and chief accreditation officer of AACSB International. “The intense peer-review process confirms a school’s continued focus on excellence in all areas, including teaching, research, curriculum development, and student learning. The Lubin School of Business’ dedication to delivering high quality business education will create the next generation of great leaders.”

Pace University Provost Vanya Quiñones added: “The Lubin School of Business has a long and distinguished history of success. It is a key part of Pace University’s fundamental mission of creating opportunities for students and educating professionals for success in their chosen fields. This dual accreditation by AACSB International affirms our commitment to excellence and educating leaders across all spectrums of business.”

Pace University has a rich history of excellence in business education and was founded as a school of accountancy in 1906. With a strong focus on experiential learning and one of the largest internship placement programs in the New York metropolitan area, Lubin’s combined job placement rate is more than 93 percent. Furthermore, the Accounting Department successfully launched a new MS in Accounting Data Analytics and Technologies (MSADAT) program, which teaches students cutting-edge STEM skills while preparing them for CPA licensure examinations. Lubin also recently launched an online MBA program that is convenient, flexible and affordable.

For Jackie Lee-Martinez, a freshman from Miami, Fla. majoring in marketing, the accreditation, the curriculum and the University’s successful rate of job placement reaffirms her decision to attend Pace.

"Upon receiving the news that Pace University’s Lubin School of Business successfully maintained its dual accreditation for both business and accounting by AACSB, I felt a great sense of gratitude and pride in being a Pace business student,” said Lee-Martinez. “Lubin is ranked among the best of business schools and is consistently distinguishing itself, which is evident through the substantial opportunities in the classroom and beyond. Being a Lubin student is incredibly rewarding, and I am confident that our school will continue to receive many more prestigious accolades."

About Pace University 
Pace University has a proud history of preparing its diverse student body for a lifetime of professional success as a result of its unique program that combines rigorous academics and real-world experiences. Pace is ranked the #1 private, four-year college in the nation for upward economic mobility by Harvard University’s Opportunity Insights, evidence of the transformative education the University provides. From its beginnings as an accounting school in 1906, Pace has grown to three campuses, enrolling 13,000 students in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs in more than 150 majors and programs, across a range of disciplines: arts, sciences, business, health care, technology, law, education, and more. The university also has one of the most competitive performing arts programs in the country. Pace has a signature, newly renovated campus in New York City, located in the heart of vibrant Lower Manhattan, next to Wall Street and City Hall, and two campuses in Westchester County, New York: a 200-acre picturesque Pleasantville Campus and the Elisabeth Haub School of Law in White Plains. Follow us on Twitter or on the Pace News website.

About the Lubin School of Business at Pace University
Globally recognized and prestigiously accredited, the Lubin School of Business integrates New York City’s business world into the experienced-based education of its students at Pace’s suburban and downtown campuses, implemented by one of the region’s largest co-op programs, team-based learning, and customized career guidance. Its programs are designed to launch success-oriented graduates toward upwardly mobile careers.

About AACSB International

Established in 1916, AACSB is the world’s largest business education alliance, connecting educators, learners, and business to create the next generation of great leaders. With a presence in more than 100 countries and territories, AACSB fosters engagement, accelerates innovation, and amplifies impact in business education. Learn how AACSB is transforming business education for a better society at aacsb.edu.

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Press Release: Pace University Partners with Global IT Company Saberpoint to Upgrade Workforce Experience and Skills for Students

02/02/2021

Press Release: Pace University Partners with Global IT Company Saberpoint to Upgrade Workforce Experience and Skills for Students

Partnership Offers Professional Development, Salesforce Training

NEW YORK and PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. (Feb. 2, 2021) — Pace University is partnering with Saberpoint, a leading IT consulting and digital solutions company with offices in the US, India and Israel, to provide specialized software, technology and skills training for students that will provide them with critical workplace experience and fast-track their careers.

In establishing the Saberpoint Technology Professional Development Fund at Pace, Saberpoint President and CEO Ajay Bhumitra intends to complement and augment academic learning by funding valuable hands-on internships, mentorship, and training programs. The initiative will also create a pipeline of professionals that have the skills that companies are looking for.

“As a Pace graduate, I am thrilled to establish the Saberpoint Technology Professional Development Fund in collaboration with the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems at Pace University,” Bhumitra said. “With our shared goals of advancing a diverse and innovative workforce, I am committed to working with my alma mater to empower Pace students with the business and technology skills needed to succeed in the evolving global economy.”  

The partnership started out in 2020 as a pilot program with 18 students, and was such a success that it continues to grow and evolve. Now, it’s expected to become a more formal part of the curriculum. A key aspect of its initial success was a 10-week program aimed at teaching students how to effectively use Salesforce, a leading software program widely used in industry to increase sales, maximize return on investment (ROI) and optimize communications with clients. The goal is also to help students gain potentially career-advancing certifications from the popular, yet complex sales tool, and award scholarships to cover exam costs.

“Partnerships like this are such a benefit to our students’ educational experience,” said Dr. Jonathan Hill, Dean of the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems at Pace University. “Saberpoint, in particular, offers an excellent hands-on training process that allows students to gain in-demand skills in Salesforce, and to put what they’ve been learning in the classroom into practice directly. When they graduate from Pace, they will be even more prepared to enter the workforce and land great jobs where they can offer their skills in impactful ways.”

The partnership with Pace has been remarkably successful for Pawan Tilwani, a computer science major who graduated in May 2020. While at Pace, Tilwani worked as a graduate assistant to Dr. Anthony Joseph, professor and co-chair of the Computer Science Department, and received guidance from Pace’s Department of Career Services on resume writing, coaching, communications, and career advisement. He later completed a six-month internship with Saberpoint. Under the company’s tutelage and guidance, Tilwani earned several Salesforce certifications that he estimates would have taken up to five years on his own. He is now a 4X certified Salesforce consultant and works at Saberpoint full-time.  

“They were invested in my success,” said Tilwani, of India, noting that everyone from the CEO to sales associates were helpful and eager for him to succeed. “They really cared for my professional growth. It’s a family environment. Everyone is there for you.”

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About Pace University 
Pace University has a proud history of preparing its diverse student body for a lifetime of professional success as a result of its unique program that combines rigorous academics and real-world experiences. Pace is ranked the #1 private, four-year college in the nation for upward economic mobility by Harvard University’s Opportunity Insights, evidence of the transformative education the University provides. From its beginnings as an accounting school in 1906, Pace has grown to three campuses, enrolling 13,000 students in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs in more than 150 majors and programs, across a range of disciplines: arts, sciences, business, health care, technology, law, education, and more. The university also has one of the most competitive performing arts programs in the country. Pace has a signature, newly renovated campus in New York City, located in the heart of vibrant Lower Manhattan, next to Wall Street and City Hall, and two campuses in Westchester County, New York: a 200-acre picturesque Pleasantville Campus and the Elisabeth Haub School of Law in White Plains. Follow us on Twitter or on the Pace News website.

About the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems at Pace University

At Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, students experience a best-of-breed technology education at one of the first comprehensive schools of computing in the nation. Strategically located in the heart of NYC’s tech scene, the Seidenberg School places students on the doorstep of New York’s most promising companies, whether they are established tech giants or exciting new start-ups. Through partnerships with leading corporations, banks, federal agencies, and global entities, the School's curricula and programs are designed to give students the latest in computer science theory and invaluable hands-on practice to ground it. The faculty includes numerous cybersecurity experts who operate labs and centers providing students with practical experience and connections that lead to impressive internships and jobs.

About Saberpoint

Saberpoint is an IT Consulting company that provides technology and business transformation services to small, medium and large enterprises in the US, India and Israel.  The company enables its customers to get a 360 degree view into their business, and their customers, by leveraging technology to promote efficiencies, revenue and profitability.  Saberpoint has strategically partnered with market leaders in the technology industry, including Salesforce, SAP, Tableau, Shopify and Magento to provide CRM, ERP, Analytics, eCommerce and Marketing Solutions. In addition, Saberpoint has unique partnerships with companies that provide next generation solutions for Contract Lifecycle Management, Cyber Security, Customer Experience Analytics, digitalization and AI, to provide a well-rounded solution portfolio to its customers. Follow us on Linkedin and Twitter.

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