Professor Katrina Kuh speaks to Governors' Wind Energy Coalition about the Supreme Court appearing to be on the verge of erasing a tool for federal agencies to defend their environmental regulations against legal attack.
“It’s just so unfortunate that we are entering a moment where we are starting to have to respond to the real-world, on-the-ground impacts of climate change,” said Katrina Fischer Kuh, an environmental law professor at Pace University. “It would be great to have a network of expert scientists to help us in this moment, and it feels like we are in the exact opposite place.”
Twenty students from Pace’s Haub School of Law and Dyson College embarked on a profound interdisciplinary field study to Alabama alongside the Equal Justice Initiative, looking into history to understand its impact on the present and actively seek ways to eliminate injustice and inequality.
Through Show and Spell, a captivating game designed to enhance social and emotional learning in children, Pace's Stan Royzman, PsyD, is helping children in a way that is simultaneously engaging and seeks to bolster positive therapeutic outcomes.
Pace’s First Generation Program is dedicated to uplifting and supporting first-gen students who are often left to chart their own course. Read on for student perspectives on the unique challenges and experiences these students face.
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Pace student and UN Millennium Fellow Lucie Belle Flagg ’24 channeled both her frustrations and her energy into bringing greater awareness of hidden disabilities to the Pace Community. Through her collaborative work, she’s helped make Pace the first university in New York to officially launch the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower program.
Amber Brouwer '24 shares her insights on the unique challenges and surprising strengths she's realized on her journey as a first generation student at Pace, highlighting the importance of community and resourcefulness in shaping her college experience.
Get to know Valentina Rojas Abreu '24, a first-gen student and President of the First Generation Program at Pace, as she shares her journey of independence and community, and offers insights into the challenges and strengths faced by first-gen students.
Join Danielle Shoulders '24 on her transformative journey as a first generation student at Pace, where she's making every moment count. From her Environmental Studies program, student clubs, internships, and more, learn how she's overcoming challenges and helping create a vibrant community.
Meet D'Andrè Butler and follow along with his inspiring journey as a first generation student at Pace, balancing academics, work, and club leadership with an unwavering quest for independence. Read on to explore his unique challenges and triumphs, and how he's shaping his future at Pace.