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"Westmore News" featured Pace University in "Facts of Life"

11/06/2019

"Westmore News" featured Pace University in "Facts of Life"

Westchester Community College and Pace University have signed a new transfer agreement allowing students who complete their studies at WCC to matriculate at Pace with junior standing. The new agreement covers students in 12 WCC majors. WCC students who graduate from those programs with a A.A. or A.S. degree and a minimum grade point average of 2.5 will be guaranteed acceptance to Pace and will have their education/core requirements waived if they transfer to Pace.

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"Westmore News" featured Pace University's College of Health Professions new master of Science in Occupational Therapy in "Facts of Life"

03/28/2019

"Westmore News" featured Pace University's College of Health Professions new master of Science in Occupational Therapy in "Facts of Life"

Pace University’s College of Health Professions is launching a new Master of Science in Occupational Therapy, its sixth graduate degree launched in two years. This new program is designed to meet the needs of this rapidly growing field and to produce competent and ethical practitioners. The program offers a unique hybrid learning approach, combining both online and face-to-face instruction, allowing students flexibility and preparing them for exciting careers in occupational therapy. The program is currently accepting applications or Fall 2019.

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"Westmore News" featured the Elisabeth Haub School of Law in "Facts of Life"

03/21/2019

"Westmore News" featured the Elisabeth Haub School of Law in "Facts of Life"

Pace University’s Elisabeth Haub School of Law (Pace Law) was ranked number one in the country for environmental law, a signature program at the school, by the latest U.S. News and World Report rankings, released recently.

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"Westmore News" featured Pace Athletics in "Facts of Life"

03/15/2019

"Westmore News" featured Pace Athletics in "Facts of Life"

Pace University Athletics has received a $1 million gift from B.J. Finnerty, the wife of the late Peter X. Finnerty, to support the program and honor the legacy of her late husband who was a coach and the father of Pace Athletics. A portion of the gift will be used to establish the Athletics Fund, which will provide for the ongoing care, maintenance and improvement of Peter X. Finnerty Field, which serves as home for the Pace baseball and field hockey teams, the “Setters,” and is used for other activities such as intramural sports for Pace students. The remainder of the gift will enhance an existing endowed scholarship fund in honor of Finnerty. The scholarship is awarded to Pace student-athletes who demonstrate financial need and meet certain academic requirements.

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"Westmore" featured Professor Kim Collica-Cox in "Facts of Life"

07/18/2018

"Westmore" featured Professor Kim Collica-Cox in "Facts of Life"

On June 28, Pace University Criminal Justice Professor Kim Collica-Cox, Ph.D. won a prestigious national Jefferson Award for outstanding public service, related to her innovative animal assisted therapy program which helps heal mothers incarcerated at Westchester County jail.

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"Westmore News" featured Pace University's Elisabeth Haub School of Law in "Facts of Life"

03/15/2018

"Westmore News" featured Pace University's Elisabeth Haub School of Law in "Facts of Life"

Pace University’s Elisabeth Haub School of Law has announced that the school will accept Graduate Record Exam scores in addition to those from the Law School Admissions Test for all applicants. The school is currently accepting applicants.

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