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01/27/2014 News Release Image

Setting the Pace

Downtown's Hometown College Grows by Leaps and Bounds

Pace University officials formally opened the new residence hall for Pace students at 182 Broadway in October 2013. Left to right: Provost Uday Sukhatme, Residence Hall Association President Steven Nolte, Dean for Students Marijo Russell-O'Grady, President Stephen J. Friedman, Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer Bill McGrath, and Student Government Association President Michael Creneti

Earlier this month, Pace University announced a $3.1-million grant from longtime supporter and trustee emeritus Alfred R. Goldstein to renovate and upgrade the university's science labs at One Pace Plaza. Work on the ten cutting-edge, multipurpose Alfred R. Goldstein Laboratories began last summer and is expected to be completed in three years, with the first biology and chemistry labs in use for this year's spring semester. 

 

The new Pace dorm at 

182 Broadway

 

The grant is part of Pace's answer to rising demand for Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education. As William McGrath, the University's senior vice president and chief administrative officer, explains, "the generous gift from Mr. Goldstein will allow us to transform our science facilities to the most current industry standards. The new laboratories will include new technology and are designed for collaborative group learning and study, which is the trend in higher education."

 

Other innovations in science and technology education are in evidence at the College of Health Professions, at 163 William Street, where two new floors were added to incorporate high-tech nurse practitioner labs equipped with robotic "patients." Mr. McGrath describes these mannequins as "incredibly realistic, I'm amazed by it. When you get off on these floors, you really feel like you're in a medical facility; a professor observes the students from behind a glass wall and directs the mannequins to respond either positively or negatively. The preparation it provides the students for their encounter with live patients is just terrific."

 

Student nurses train with simulation robotic patients in 

newly-renovated clinical education labs in the College of Health Professions

 

Similar facilities in the School of Education enable teachers-in-training to get invaluable hands-on preparation in virtual classrooms equipped with computer-animated "avatars," controlled by staffers, that act out five personality types. Pace is the only school in the northeast and one of only ten universities in the United States that has this technology, which is also used to research teacher effectiveness.

 

Another indication of the university's creative use of technology education is that two of its initiatives were among the ten winners of the inaugural Pilot Health Tech NYC competition launched in 2013 by the New York City Economic Development Corporation. The Pilot program, which announced its 2014 kickoff on January 23, provides a total of $1 million to fund innovative projects that advance new health technologies by partnering with key New York City healthcare service organizations. Pace University received a grant for nursing and computer students to partner with eCaring and the Henry Street Settlement to implement new ways of monitoring the wellbeing and health of homebound senior citizens. A second grant enabled Pace students to partner with Vital Care Services to test the benefits of remote patient monitoring in four senior living centers, including the Hallmark in Battery Park City.

 

Jean Coppola, a professor in the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Services, is one of the founders of a Gerontechnology Program. Some of her students partnered with nursing students to help develop a prize-winning telehealth startup called Vital Care Services which monitors the health of senior citizens remotely

 

Pace's growth is not limited to the sciences, however. Last April, a new Performing Arts Center opened at 140 William Street. With state-of-the-art facilities including studio classrooms, dance studios, a soundstage, a digital design lab, and a 100-seat theater, it houses the University's performing arts program which, according to Mr. McGrath, "is one of Pace's fastest growing programs and one of the major drivers of our growth."

 

Students in the new Pace Performing Art Center at 

140 William Street

 

Pace's growth has been apparent to Lower Manhattan residents in the form of several construction projects, the result of a 2010-2015 Strategic Plan that calls for development of a distinct campus district Downtown and creation of living space for all residential students within walking distance of One Pace Plaza. Growing enrollment (a steady increase from 4,700 in 2008 to 5,500 today) has been accompanied by an increasing number of students living in residence halls (up from 33% to 40% over the same time period, with 72% of freshmen currently living in dorms). This transformation from a commuter college to a residential campus has gathered steam since 2000, when Pace was able to house 500 students Downtown, to this year, when 2,500 students will be in residence, as two large new dorms come online.

 

The first of these opened last October at 182 Broadway, one block from the Fulton Transit Center, and accommodates 600 students. Another 30-story building that will house 700 students is under construction at 33 Beekman Street, at the corner of William Street, and is expected to be completed by the fall of 2015.

 

Caroline Press

photos courtesy of Pace University

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