On Wednesday, February 8, all three Pace University campuses will host the inaugural Wellbeing Fair, featuring 70+ tables hosted by members of the Pace Community and our neighbors, in celebration of Pace adopting the Okanagan Charter. Plus, giveaways!
Find your people. Through the Alumni Association’s affinity groups, you can get connected with fellow alumni around a common interest, identity, or purpose.
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The transition into higher education is always bumpy but can be especially challenging for veterans and those leaving active service. A sense of community not only bridges the civilian-veteran gap, but can also improve veteran’s mental health and sense of purpose after service. Three veterans from the Pace Community weigh in on the importance of inclusivity, community, and what it means to be a student veteran.
Meet Tabi Haly '06, the software engineer, singer-songwriter, disability advocate, and proud New Yorker taking a stance.
Director of Communications and Strategic Operations at Seidenberg; executive and life coach for LGBTQ+ leaders; INvolve 2022 OUTstanding LGBT+ Future Leader; and NASA diversity, equity, and inclusion panelist. Katie Todd has been busy ever since they left Scotland and came to Pace and they show no signs of stopping. Get to know this Pace powerhouse.
Missed an issue of Pace Magazine? Catch up with past issues here.
When Pace student Mikaylah Mgbako hosted an event for Social Justice Week, she was looking to put her desire for advocacy into action. What she found was an opportunity to grow, as she opened the door for fifty students to discuss difficult topics such as race, inequality, and injustice.
As a 3L, Pamela was awarded a prestigious Immigrant Justice Corps Fellowship post-graduation. Today, she is following her dreams as she works with the Refugee & Immigrant Program of The Advocates for Human Rights.
Across the country, nearly 40 percent of college students report going hungry, and 52 percent have utilized food pantry services at some point. At Pace, we’re working hard to help offset food insecurity on our campuses and we need your help to do it!