Pace's Maria Escobar is the co-founder of the World Without Exploitation National Youth Coalition—a network of young people dedicated to ending human trafficking—and she’s presented at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.
This year, the Komen community will race together. Join your fellow Setters in the fight to end breast cancer at the 32nd annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on Sunday, October 2 in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY and be part of the largest college/university team.
“I feel a really strong responsibility to educate people about silenced Black voices in early American Theater, and then make physical, actual change,” says Kailey Liddell, an English Language and Literature major.
Throughout her time at Pace, Anonna Chowdhury, PA-S, has learned to always follow her instincts. She appreciates the fact that professors encourage students to think on the spot while providing the proper tools to succeed to treat patients efficiently and effectively. She noted, “During my rotations, I can finally understand how a student's small contribution can have a large, positive impact on a patient's well-being.”
Seidenberg computer science student Deye Sarr (BS in Computer Science ‘22) is one of 20 recipients of the brand new Scholly and Google collaborative scholarship for women of color in tech.
Never before has the call to build a sustainable, equitable, and inclusive world been so relevant, so imperative, and so urgent. Through an interdisciplinary course that integrates photography and economics, Pace students have developed a photo exhibition that tells compelling stories about environmental sustainability, economic equality, and inclusive growth. See the exhibit outside of One Pace Plaza now through July 1.
While working as a materials scientist in his home country of Italy, Manuel Crugliano realized he needed to make a change. He packed up his life and moved to New York City to enroll in the Lubin School of Business to work towards a master's degree in Social Media and Mobile Marketing.
On April 27, students from various degree programs, including occupational therapy (OT), the PhD program, nursing, and health science showcased their scholarly projects on the NYC and Pleasantville campuses.
After graduating from the Lubin School of Business with her BBA, Christal Wong kept the momentum going and is now gearing up to graduate with her MBA in Public Accounting in May 2022. After juggling competitive sports, internships, and working on the Pleasantville campus, Christal now has a full-time job waiting for her at PwC.
On Monday, May 16, Pace will hold the largest Commencement ceremony in our history to celebrate the classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Here's what you need to know about schedules, student speakers and award winners, food, photos, and so much more.