BFA in Art student Christian Solar ’23 is taking a deeper look at the decay of technology and the intersection of when the past becomes the present in his new exhibit Digital Distorted, on view until October 30 at the Pace University Art Gallery.
Pace’s second annual Social Justice Week begins on October 25, 2021. This week of learning and reflection is designed to offer an ongoing memorial for Pace student Danroy “DJ” Henry, and to further commit Pace University to social justice and anti-racism.
It’s no secret that wellness—physical, mental, spiritual—is a key component to success. At Pace, we’re taking a holistic approach to supporting wellness for all members of our community through the creation of a new role, the Chief Wellness Officer.
Rhonda Miller, head of Pace’s BFA in Commercial Dance, wanted to build a different kind of dance program. “I wanted it to be relevant and useful—to include all forms of dance and the practical business skills dancers need but so often don’t have. We’re giving students the tools they need to navigate show business and make a living in dance.”
At the intersection of Pace’s strategic priorities and opportunities for outstanding academic growth comes the drive to move Pace forward. We're meeting the challenges facing higher education and putting our unique positioning and competitive advantages to work, strengthening our reputation as we move into the future.
Twenty years ago, the Pace Community lost 47 members—students and alumni alike—and was closed for several weeks as we worked toward recovery. To mark the solemn occasion, we asked members of the Pace Community to share their experiences and recollections of the day and the time after.
Elisabeth Haub School of Law's Nicholas Robinson, JD, has earned countless accolades over his illustrious career; now, he's received a unique global honor.
Creativity. Know-how. Entrepreneurial spirit. That's what it takes launch your own startup. Just ask the founders of Wepptek.
Local businesses are the lifeblood of our communities and after nearly two years in a pandemic, things are beginning to look up. In fact, a majority of businesses surveyed in the region say they will be stronger after the pandemic. Half say they are feeling pretty good about the future.
For 12 years, Pace has been supporting neurodiverse students and students on the autism spectrum through its Ongoing Academic Social Instructional Support (OASIS) program. This year, through initiatives from the President and Provost’s offices, OASIS has expanded its services to the Pace Community in Westchester.