During his time in uniform, Nicholas Lotto’s mission was to consider the welfare and mental health of his fellow Marines. Now, as president of Pace’s chapter of the Student Veterans of America, his old mission has a new backdrop—improving mental health and community inclusion of student veterans on campus.
The week of November 14 is International Education Week—an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. Please join us for a variety of programming and resources.
Tuesday, November 15
New York City: 12:00 p.m., Education Abroad Office (161 William Street, 16th floor)
Pleasantville: 3:30 p.m., Kessel Setters Conference Room A
Abroad 101 will explore the basics for students to go abroad.
Faculty and staff can learn how an academic department at Pace can host international scholars on a J-1 visa. Mira Krasnov, Director of International Scholars, will go over the timeline, processes and paperwork needed to host international scholars at Pace. Learn more about visiting scholars.
Wednesday, November 16
Developing a Faculty-Led Study Abroad Course
12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m.
Meeting ID: 938 7863 1992 | Password: facultyled
Education Abroad will discuss how faculty can create their own faculty-led study abroad course, from the early stages of development to leading a group of Pace students abroad—with time at the end for Q&A. Faculty-led programs are Pace courses led by Pace professors that feature a short-term study abroad experience. This session is open to any faculty from any department wishing to explore the opportunity to bring the classroom into the field.
Ask Us Anything: Fulbright Scholar Program 2023-2024
2:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. | Register for this event
Join the Institute of International Education's interactive session to learn more about things faculty members can do now to prepare for a successful Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program application for 2024–2025. Program staff will discuss award opportunities, the application and selection process, and answer questions!
Thursday, November 17
Supporting International Students in the Classroom
3:25 p.m.–4:25 p.m.
Meeting ID: 951 5392 3789 | Password: Pace-IAS
For faculty members who would like to discuss learning strategies specific to international and multilingual students—as well as available Pace resources to support these students.
Faculty-Led Programs Info Session
Meeting ID: 953 3274 0803 | Password: ABROAD
Learn about Pace courses taught by Pace professors that feature a 1–3 week study abroad component during January, Spring Break, or Summer as well as costs, financial aid, and scholarships.