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Press Release: Pace University Announces Commencement Speakers and Honorary Degree Recipients: Leaders in Law, Education, the Arts, Business and Philanthropy

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Press Release: Pace University Announces Commencement Speakers and Honorary Degree Recipients: Leaders in Law, Education, the Arts, Business and Philanthropy

Pace University Announces Commencement Speakers and Honorary Degree Recipients:

Leaders in Law, Education, the Arts, Business and Philanthropy

James McBride and Irene Sankoff, Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez and former Chancellor of the NYC Department of Education Carmen Fariña

This year’s commencement speakers and honorary degree recipients at Pace University are driving forces in business, law, philanthropy, education and performing arts. More than 2,000 students will walk in Pace graduation ceremonies at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels this year.

In New York City, former Chancellor of the NYC Department of Education Carmen Fariña will address undergraduates and the creator of Tony-award winning musical “Come from Away,” Irene Sankoff will address graduate students. Both are at the iconic Radio City Music Hall.

In Westchester, current Kings County District Attorney, Eric Gonzalez will address law school graduates and the author of the New York Times best seller, “The Color of Water,” James McBride will address the ceremonies in White Plains.

Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University 40th Annual Commencement

WHEN:                      Monday, May 14 at 1:00 p.m.

WHERE:                   Pace Law School, 78 North Broadway, White Plains, NY

SPEAKER:               Eric Gonzalez, Kings County District Attorney

 Westchester Campus Undergraduate Ceremony

WHEN:                      Wednesday, May 16 at 11:00 a.m.

WHERE:                   861 Bedford Road, Ann and Alfred Goldstein Health and Fitness Center, entrance 3, Pleasantville, NY

 SPEAKER:               James McBride, Award-winning Author, Musician, Screenwriter

New York City Undergraduate Ceremony

WHEN:                      Tuesday, May 22 at 10:30 a.m.

WHERE:                   Radio City Music Hall, 1260 Sixth Avenue, New York, NY

SPEAKER:               Carmen Fariña, retired Chancellor of the NYC Department of Education

Graduate Degree Ceremony

WHEN:                      Tuesday, May 22 at 4:00 p.m.

WHERE:                   Radio City Music Hall, 1260 Sixth Avenue, New York, NY

SPEAKER:               Irene Sankoff, Actor, Writer, Lyricist, Composer (creator: “Come From Away”)

Pace Law School Speaker and Honorary Degree Recipients:

Eric Gonzalez, Kings County District Attorney

Degree: Doctor of Laws

Eric Gonzalez, JD, District Attorney for Kings County, is this year’s speaker and honorary degree recipient for Pace’s Elisabeth Haub School of Law. This is the school’s 40th commencement ceremony. Gonzalez made history as the first Latino elected to serve as District Attorney in New York State. His efforts have helped propel the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office to the forefront of criminal justice reform efforts taking place across the nation. His many professional accomplishments, dedication to the legal profession and administration of justice, and inspiring example to others both within and outside the legal profession.

He is a graduate of the New York City public schools, Cornell­­ University, and the University of Michigan Law School. Gonzalez has made his career as a prosecutor in the Brooklyn DA’s office, Assistant District Attorney to Executive District Attorney, and Counsel. Gonzalez has pursued justice for victims of domestic violence, gang violence, assault, and homicide. The bureaus he led became some of the most successful and productive trial zones in Brooklyn. He brought together precinct commanders, police officers, and citizens, which strengthened relationships between law enforcement and communities. He guided the launch of the Conviction Review Unit, which has become the model for similar efforts around the country.

Honorable Robert G.M. Keating, Senior Advisor to the President, Pace University

Degree: Doctor of Laws

Judge Robert G.M. Keating is an honorary degree recipient for Pace’s Elisabeth Haub School of Law commencement ceremony. Keating has served in a long and accomplished career as a member of the bar and made lasting contributions to Pace University and its Law School. Keating was New York City’s Coordinator of Criminal Justice, a cabinet-level advisor to Mayor Edward Koch. He developed and supervised the Midtown Community Court, the National Association for Court Management. He instituted the Court Health Referral Project, in which defendants received courthouse-based counseling on AIDS, drug abuse, and tuberculosis, recognizing the positive role social services can play in the justice system. Judge Keating had a notable career in the private sector as a partner in a law firm, senior executive vice president of a physician practice management company, and as chairman and CEO of a firm that provided consulting and alternative dispute resolution services. Judge Keating was chosen to lead the New York State Judicial Institute—the first judicial training and research facility in the nation built by and for a state court system, housed on Pace Law’s campus in White Plains. As Dean of the Judicial Institute, he oversaw programs that trained 14,000 judges and 50,000 non-judicial personnel across New York State. As both the Vice President for Strategic Initiatives at Pace University and an Adjunct Professor at the Law School, Judge Keating has made an important and lasting impact on thousands of Pace students.

He has served as the Chair of the Board of Trustees of the South Street Seaport Museum, as board member and treasurer of the Fund for the City of New York, and as a member of the board of Citizens Union. Judge Keating earned his JD from Duke University and then began his career as a trial attorney for the Legal Aid Society. He joined the Kings County District Attorney's Office, where he rose through the ranks to become Chief Assistant District Attorney. His initiatives in the Kings County District Attorney’s Office led to one of the nation’s first programs to offer an alternative to prison for drug offenders.

Westchester Undergraduate Speaker and Honorary Degree Recipients:

James McBride, Award-winning Author, Musician, Screenwriter

Degree:  Doctor of Humane Letters

James McBride is this year’s honorary degree recipient and speaker for Pace’s Westchester undergraduate commencement ceremony. McBride is a writer, he is a musician, he is a teacher, and he is a native New Yorker. McBride was born and raised in the Red Hook housing projects in Brooklyn, and later St. Albans, Queens. He is the eighth of 12 children. He went to New York City public schools. He graduated from Oberlin College, where he studied music and communications and he also earned a master’s in journalism from Columbia University at age 22. He was a staff writer for the Boston Globe and Washington Post, and later served as a tenor saxophonist and composer for jazz luminaries. McBride is best known for his New York Times bestselling memoir, The Color of Water: A Black Man’s Tribute to His White Mother. The book became a modern literary classic, read in schools across America. His novel The Good Lord Bird, about the abolitionist John Brown, won the 2013 National Book Award for Fiction. His body of work includes other novels, screenplays, musicals, and a biography of James Brown, called Kill ’Em and Leave: Searching for James Brown and the American Soul. His most recent book, published in 2017, is a short story collection called Five-Carat Soul. In 2016, President Barack Obama presented McBride with the National Humanities Medal "for humanizing the complexities of discussing race in America.” He has been a Distinguished Writer-in-Residence at New York University for more than a decade, mentoring young writers. He also created the Sister Lee music program, which teaches piano, drums, and music history to young people from the housing project where he grew up.In both his nonfiction and his fiction, he thinks and writes about the great challenges facing American society and the tensions and challenges around race, community, and humanity. McBride’s inspirational literary excellence, searching and insightful examinations of American society, and dedication to educating the next generation through his writing and teaching.

David Swope, Chairman and Founder, Club

Degree:  Doctor of Humane Letters

David Swope is an honorary degree recipient (posthumously) for Pace’s Westchester undergraduate commencement ceremony.

David Avery Swope, JD, was the third generation of his family to take a leading role in Westchester County. Swope was born in Ossining and went to school in Scarborough before graduating from Harvard and Columbia Law School. He joined the Peace Corps and served in India. He formed a legal aid society in Bombay, now Mumbai. He became a corporate lawyer in Manhattan, first at White & Case and then Davis Polk.  He then came home to Westchester to manage the family businesses, which included a tennis club and Tappan Hill Mansion. He built the tennis club into one of the first full-service gyms in the area. As a successful businessman, he also became a major Westchester philanthropist. Swope was deeply involved in Teatown, founded with his family’s donation, and supported the Westchester Land Trust. He was chairman of the Jacob Burns Film Center and served on the boards of the Ossining Children’s Center and the Phelps Memorial Hospital. For many years, he was an active board member at Westchester Community College. He funded David Swope Scholarship to help graduates of Westchester Community College transfer to Pace. His passion for the environment led to his support of the Pace University Environmental Center.

New York City Undergraduate Speaker and Honorary Degree Recipients:

Carmen Fariña, retired Chancellor of the NYC Department of Education

Degree: Doctor of Humane Letters

Carmen Fariña is this year’s honorary degree recipient and speaker for Pace’s New York City undergraduate commencement ceremony. She has devoted her life to ensuring that New York City’s schoolchildren have access to a quality education. After 50 years working in the New York City public schools as a teacher, a principal, a superintendent, a deputy chancellor, and, for the last four years, as chancellor of the nation’s largest school system, Fariña is retiring this year. Fariña has been a passionate advocate for students and teachers. As chancellor, she worked to build collaborative relationships, to address inequalities in the school system, and to help students. Fariña was born in Brooklyn to parents who fled the Franco regime in Spain in the 1930s. They spoke Spanish at home. She went to parochial school at St. Charles Borromeo Church, in Brooklyn, where she was the only student in her kindergarten class who didn’t speak English. Fariña earned a bachelor of science from New York University and then three master’s degrees from New York schools: one in bilingual education from Brooklyn College, another in gifted and arts education from Fordham University, and, finally, in 1988, one in administration and supervision from Pace University’s School of Education. She spent 22 years as a devoted upper elementary school teacher at PS 29 in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn.She introduced a revolutionary way to integrate social studies called Making Connections, would be replicated citywide. She moved into administration as curriculum director in District 15. As principal, the school rose from ranking 76th among public elementary schools on the citywide reading test to the top three. Fariña went on to be a superintendent, from 2004 to 2006, she served as deputy chancellor for teaching and learning. She retired after her long and successful career, only to be called back a decade later. She has made instruction more teacher-driven and less test-focused, while continuing to improve graduation rates and test scores.

Marilyn Simons, Co-Founder, Simons Foundation

Degree: Doctor of Humane Letters

Marilyn Simons, Ph.D., is this year’s honorary degree recipient for Pace’s New York City undergraduate commencement ceremony. Simons is one of the greatest supporters of basic scientific research in the United States. She is the president of the Simons Foundation, co-founded with James Simons, her husband, which is one of the nation’s leading funders of basic scientific research, focused primarily on mathematical and physical sciences, life sciences, and autism research. Founded in 1994, today the Simons Foundation awards about $230 million dollars in grants to scientists each year, and spends another $50 million on conducting research in-house. Simons earned a bachelor’s and doctoral degree in economics from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook. She and her husband created the Simons Foundation, they focused first on autism research. The foundation started a major data collection project, based on work with 12 collaborating universities. The data set they created then became a major resource to a broad community of autism researchers, jumpstarting the field. Their successes led them to expand into many other areas, including brain research, a telescope project, and much more. The Simons Foundation is able to fund basic research whether it crosses disciplines, crosses institutions, crosses geographies, or seems impractical that public sources might not.

Simons is also active in supporting other nonprofit work across New York City and Long Island. She has been involved in supporting K–12 education for underserved communities. She is vice president of the board of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, the noted 125-year-old biomedical research laboratory on Long Island. She is a board member at the Learning Spring School, a school in New York City for children on the autism spectrum, and she is a board member at the East Harlem Scholars Academy, a charter school program. Simons is listed among America’s most generous philanthropists.

Graduate Degree Speaker and Honorary Degree Recipient:

Irene Sankoff, Actor, Writer, Lyricist, Composer (creator: “Come From Away”)

Degree: Doctor of Humane Letters

New York City Ceremonies

Irene Sankoff is Pace’s graduate commencement speaker and honorary degree recipient. Irene Sankoff has always believed in the power of theater. Working both onstage and off in her home of Toronto, she has found enormous success in her second home here in New York, while telling a story about a small community in Newfoundland. Sankoff, a lifelong musical theater fan, is part of the wife-and-husband creative team that wrote the Broadway hit “Come From Away.” The musical, about a remote Canadian village that welcomed stranded international travelers on 9/11 and the warm interactions between the locals and the visitors, has become a beloved show that was nominated for seven Tony Awards in 2017, winning one. Sankoff and her husband, David Hein, both Canadian, met as undergraduates at York University in Toronto. They moved to New York together in 1999 to pursue their creative passions: Hein as a musician and Sankoff as an MFA student at The Actors Studio Drama School. In Toronto, they realized they could combine their passions by writing a musical based on their family’s true story, called My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding. It was a huge Toronto hit and has since been produced across North America, winning many awards. Together, Sankoff and Hein crafted the script, music, and lyrics for “Come From Away.” Sankoff and Hein won Helen Hayes Awards and Drama Desk Awards. They were nominated for Tony Awards, and their show won one, for best director. “Come From Away” was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album.

About Pace University: Since 1906, Pace has educated thinking professionals by providing high quality education for the professions on a firm base of liberal learning amid the advantages of the New York metropolitan area. A private university, Pace has campuses in Lower Manhattan and Westchester County, NY, enrolling nearly 13,000 students in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs in its Lubin School of Business, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, College of Health Professions, School of Education, Elisabeth Haub School of Law, and Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems. A 2017 study by the Equality of Opportunity Project finds that Pace graduates are out-earning their parents and peers, bucking a nationwide trend for millennials. www.pace.edu

 

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05/11/18

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"MassLive News" featured adjunct Dyson Professor Kency Gilet in "Young, black and Republican: Why this NRA member thinks education is key in the conversation about guns in America"

05/11/18

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"USA Today" featured Haub Law Professor Bennett Gershman in "AT&T, Novartis face scrutiny over hefty payments to Trump lawyer Michael Cohen"

05/10/18

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"Newsweek" featured Dyson Professor Matthew Bolton in "Did Trump Break the Law? U.S. Leaves Iran Deal, Violates World Order and Risks War, Experts Say"

05/10/18

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"U.S. News and World Report" featured Pace University student Solmaz Azimi in "5 College Seniors Share Their Job-Hunting Stories"

05/10/18

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"WAMC" featured Professor Matthew Bolton in "Head Of Disarmament Institute Reacts To Trump's Iran Decision"

05/10/18

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"Associated Press" featured Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris in "AP source: NASCAR memo: France family 'dedicated' to sport"

05/10/18

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"Westchester County Business Journal" featured Dyson Professor Michelle Land in "Pace Students Walk for Water"

05/10/18

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"ABC Eyewitness News" featured Pace University’s documentary "Puerto Rico: Hope in the Dark"

05/09/18

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"Reuters" featured Dyson Professor Matthew Bolton in "Instant View: U.S. withdraws from Iran deal"

05/08/18

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"Westchester Magazine" featured Pace University's Health Care in "Pace University Celebrates the 40th Anniversary of University Health Care with New Location"

05/08/18

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"Pleasantville Patch" featured Dean of Pace's College of Health Professions Harriet R. Feldman and Assistant Professor and Founding Director of the Nutrition and Dietetics Program Christen Cupples Cooper in "Pace Creates Masters Program In Nutrition and Dietetics"

05/08/18

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"NBC News" featured Dyson Professor of Latin American History Michelle Chase in "Raul Castro's daughter to push for gay marriage in Cuba"

05/08/18

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"Pleasantville Patch" featured student Kelsey Parker in "Pace Student Awarded Fulbright U.S. Scholar Grant"

05/08/18

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Press Release: Pace University Announces Commencement Speakers and Honorary Degree Recipients: Leaders in Law, Education, the Arts, Business and Philanthropy

05/07/18

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"San Francisco Chronicle" featured Dyson Assistant Professor Anne Toomey's piece "Redefining 'impact' so research can help real people right away, even before becoming a journal article"

05/07/18

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"New York Post" featured Alumn Bruce Barish in "The craziest Tony goes to a Bronx dry cleaner"

05/07/18

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"Daily Voice" featured Seidenberg's director of Development Deth Sao in "2018 Rising Stars Unveiled By Business Council of Westchester"

05/07/18

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"The Associated Press" featured Dyson Professor Anne Toomey's piece in "Redefining ‘impact’ so research can help real people right away, even before becoming a journal article"

05/07/18

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Producing the Documentary travel course featured on Tiempo on ABC 7

05/06/18

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"Study Breaks" featured Pace University student Sammi Li in "Sammi Li Brings Asian Representation to Pace University"

05/04/18

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"Bloomberg" featured Haub Law Professor Bennett Gershman in "Ex-Goldman Sachs Programmer’s Conviction Upheld in New York "

05/04/18

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"The Evolllution" featured Assistant Vice President of Continuing and Professional Education Christine Shakespeare's piece "Managing Siloes: How Non-Traditional Divisions Can Innovate from the Fringes"

05/04/18

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"Fios1" featured Dyson Professor Dr. Maria Luskay and senior student Kelly Whritenour in "Pace University students find hope amid devastation in documentary on Puerto Rico"

05/03/18

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"The Examiner News" featured Dyson Professor Maria Luskay in "Pace Student Documentary Highlights the Suffering in Puerto Rico"

05/03/18

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"Washington Examiner" featured law professor Bennett Gershman in "Mueller questions 'leak' could mean trouble for Trump lawyers: Experts"

05/02/18

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"Hudson Valley News Network" featured the Pace Immigration Law Society in "Bracco Receives Immigrant Advocate Award"

05/02/18

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"The Examiner News" featured Biology Dyson Professor Dr. Melissa Grigione in "Coyote in Thornwood Park Attack Had Rabies"

05/02/18

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Press Release: Pace Student Awarded Fulbright U.S. Scholar Grant

05/02/18

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"The Hill" featured Law Professor Miriam Rocah's opinion piece "In the Cohen case, don’t buy the ‘vast government conspiracy’ defense"

05/01/18

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"New York Business Journal" featured Lubin Professor Bruce Bachenheimer in "Jopwell helps track down minority talent "

05/01/18

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Pace President Marvin Krislov and Dyson student Gabe Rivera on Fox 5 NY

05/01/18

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"Associated Press" featured Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris in "Royal wedding mania: $50,000 hotel package, Union Jack condoms and more"

05/01/18

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"Our Town" featured Assistant Vice President of Cultural Affairs at the Schimmel Center for the Arts Martin Kagan in "The man behind the scenes"

05/01/18

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"Autism Support Network" featured student David Sharif's piece "I have autism, and I'm in college"

05/01/18

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"Westchester County Business Journal" featured Dean Johathan Hill's piece "Jonathan H. Hill: A workable cybersecurity solution for Westchester"

05/01/18

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"The Chronicle of Philanthropy" featured Gary Laermer in Other Notable Appointments "Raikes Has New Racial-Equity Leader; Disney Foundation Names Executive Director"

04/27/18

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"The Chronicle of Higher Education" featured Gary Laermer in "Transitions"

04/27/18

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"Inside Higher Ed" featured professor of computer applications Gregg Ramsay in "Online Students Don't Have to Work Solo"

04/27/18

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"Tri County Sentry" featured Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris in "After Facebook Scrutiny, Is Google Next?"

04/27/18

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"Columbia Daily Tribune" featured Dyson Professors Matthew Bolton and Emily Welty in "Progress toward peace"

04/27/18

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"Westchester Rising" featured the College of Health Professions in "Pace Opens Health Center on Pleasantville Campus"

04/27/18

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"New York Law Journal" featured Law School Assistant Dean Jill Backer's piece in "What Is Diversity in the Legal Market? Or Is Everyone a Special Snowflake?"

04/27/18

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"Pleasantville Patch" featured Dyson Professors Michelle Land and John Cronin with Pace University students, faculty and staff in "High School, College Students Walk For World Water"

04/26/18

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"Community Health" featured dietitian nutritionist Christen Cupples Cooper, founding director of the nutrition and dietetics program at Pace University in "Is a plant-based diet right for you?"

04/25/18

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"Movie TV Tech Geeks" featured Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris in "Will Google, YouTube soon be getting the Facebook treatment?"

04/25/18

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"The Westchester Business Journal" featured Pace President Marvin Krislov and Gary Laermer in "Pace University names Gary Laermer as VP for development and alumni relations"

04/25/18

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"The Business Journal" featured Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris in "After Facebook scrutiny, is Google next?"

04/24/18

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"Inside Higher Ed" featured Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris in "Facebook Says Au Revoir to Student Group"

04/24/18

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Press Release: Pace University Hosts Westchester Walk for World Water to Raise Awareness about Clean Water Scarcity Around the World

04/24/18

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Pace students Walk for World Water on News 12

04/24/18

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Press Release: Pace University Names Gary Laermer Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations

04/23/18

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"ABC News" featured Haub Law School Professor Mimi Rocah in "Trump lawyer Michael Cohen is facing 'epic battle' by prosecutors for his cooperation: Alan Dershowitz"

04/23/18

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"The Washington Post" featured Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris in "After Facebook scrutiny, is Google next?"

04/23/18

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"The New York Times" featured Dyson Professor George Picoulas in "Special Elections in New York on Tuesday Will Decide 11 Races"

04/23/18

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"Daily Voice" featured Pace Students and Professor John Cronin in "Pace Students Travel To DC, Advocate For Hudson River"

04/22/18

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"NY1" featured Dyson Professor Darrin Porcher in "Restoring the Right to Vote"

04/22/18

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"The Washington Post" featured Pace University in "The midlife doldrums are a social crisis. Now there’s momentum for some radical fixes."

04/22/18

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"Broadway World" featured Pace University alumn's Scott F. Davis and Dana Greenfield in "Emerging Directors Deconstruct Reality TV In THE REALITY PLAYS"

04/19/18

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"Dover Post" featured School of Education Alumnus Jessica Lynn in "Jessica Lynn to perform national anthem for ‘AAA 400 Drive for Autism’"

04/19/18

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"News12" featured Haub Law Professor Bennett Gershman in "Gov. Cuomo orders voting rights restored for all parolees"

04/19/18

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"The Examiner" featured Pace University's University Health Care in "Pace Celebrates 40 Years of Health Care With Opening of New Center"

04/19/18

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"Nyack News & Views" featured Haub Law Professor Karl Coplan in "Earth Matters: Life on a (Carbon) Budget"

04/18/18

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"Times Union" featured Haub Law Professors Michael Mushlin and Bennett Gershman piece "Is justice best served by never-ending punishment?"

04/17/18

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"The Broadsheet" featured The Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University in "Legendary Actors Studio Offers Free Plays in FiDi Now Through May"

04/17/18

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"Retail Dive" featured Law Professor Paul Rafelson in "What's at stake in the e-commerce sales tax debate"

04/17/18

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FiOS 1 News interviews Pace students and Professor Melissa Cardon about Relay for Life

04/16/18

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"Staten Island Real-Time News" featured School of Education Alumnus Jermaine Cameron in "Young men of Eagle Academy are soaring to new heights"

04/16/18

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"Pride Publishing Group" featured Pace University's professor of Environmental Law Robert Kennedy, Jr. in "Ambassador Andrew Young visits Nashville for screening and program with Robert Kennedy, Jr."

04/16/18

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"Real Estate Weekly" featured Lubin School of Business Alumnus Andrew Essick in "2018’s RISING STARS OF REAL ESTATE"

04/16/18

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Press Release: The BFA Acting program at Pace University’s School of Performing Arts debuts new work with alumnus and emerging writer, Keelay Gipson

04/16/18

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"Broadway World" featured alumnus Keelay Gipson in "BFA Acting Program At Pace University's School Of Performing Arts Debuts New Work With Alumnus And Emerging Writer, Keelay Gipson"

04/16/18

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"Westchester Magazine" featured Pace University and Law Attorney Anthony J. Enea in "White Plains Law Firm Ranked Among the Best in New York"

04/12/18

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"The Daily Orange" featured YouTube sensations Damon Dominique and Jo Franco who met while studying at Pace University in "Get tips for traveling on a budget from YouTubers Damon And Jo"

04/11/18

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"Nyack News & Views" featured Law Professor Karl Coplan in "Earth Matters: Polar Ice (And Why You Care)"

04/11/18

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"Pleasantville Patch" featured freshman student Igby Rigney in "Ossining Teen To Guest Star On CBS Show"

04/11/18

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"The Seattle Times" featured Pace University's Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship in "When internships don’t pay, some colleges will"

04/11/18

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"The Journal News" featured freshman student Igby Rigney in "'Blue Bloods' guest star is Ossining H.S. grad"

04/11/18

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"Westchester Rising" featured Pace Students in "Pace Students Film Documentary in Puerto Rico"

04/10/18

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"Westchester County Business Journal" featured Students from Pace University in "Pace Students Film Hurricane Recovery"

04/10/18

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"Women in Higher Education" featured Dr. Harriet Feldman of the College of Health Professions, Pace University in "Nursing Educator Builds Future Generations"

04/10/18

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"Daily Voice" featured freshman student Igby Rigney in "Northern Westchester Teen To Star On CBS Show 'Blue Bloods'"

04/10/18

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"Broadway World" featured Pace University in "Photo Flash: Broadway Dance Lab Hosts 2018 Gala"

04/09/18

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"The New York Times" featured Alumna Haoran Yang in "Finding a Place (and a Decent Kitchen) to Call Her Own"

04/09/18

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"Broadway World" features Pace University's Schimmel Center in "Schimmel Center With The Knickerbocker Chamber Orchestra Presents 'The Struggle To Forgive'"

04/09/18

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"Poughkeepsie Journal" featured Pace University in "Marc Molinaro: A Timeline of his career"

04/09/18

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"Westchester County Business Journal" featured Pace College of Health Professions Health Center in "Pace opens expanded university health care center in Pleasantville"

04/09/18

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"Daily Voice" featured Dean Harriet Feldman and Associate Director of University Health Care Karen Martin in "Pace Opens New Health Care Center On Pleasantville Campus"

04/09/18

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"Westchester County Business Journal" featured School of Education Professor Janet Mulvey's piece "Pace University offers an OASIS for students on the autism spectrum"

04/09/18

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"Study Breaks" featured Pace University Student Douglas Dillon in "From the Stage to the Sea, Douglas Dillon Is Reeling Them In"

04/06/18

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"Engadget" featured Dyson's Dr. Martina Blackwood in "What educators think about Apple’s new iPad"

04/05/18

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"American Theatre" featured Dyson Professor Amy Rogers and Pace University in "Want to Develop a New Musical? Take It To School"

04/05/18

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"Fios1" featured President Krislov and Pace University in "President Krislov - Cafeteria Karaoke on FIOS1 News"

04/03/18

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"Washington Examiner" featured Law Professor Bennett Gershman in "Could Trump lawyer Michael Cohen get disbarred thanks to Stormy Daniels?"

04/02/18

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Press Release: Pace Board of Trustees Elects Three Alumni to Board: Joseph R. Ficalora, Robert Sands and Shaun Smith

04/02/18

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"The Journal News" featured Haub Visiting Scholar Delcianna Winders in "Most bunnies bought for Easter 'end up dead or abandoned'"

03/29/18

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"Retail Dive" featured law professor Paul Rafelson in "Why Trump is 'obsessed' with Amazon"

03/29/18

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"Inside Higher Ed" featured Pace University's new provost Vanya Quiñones in "New Presidents or Provosts: Bentley U, Cape Breton U, Copiah-Lincoln CC, Duquesne U, Iona College, Linfield College, Northwest State CC, Pace U, San Diego State U"

03/29/18