Op Ed from Prof Todd Ommen and Alum Maya van Rossum
Ommen is a professor at Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University and van Rossum is the founder of The Green…
The longtime, well-respected law professor at New York's Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University has been following the case since the beginning and watched the hearing.
We need certain nutrients such as amino acids, zinc, copper, and vitamin C, to build collagen throughout the body, says Christen Cupples Cooper, the founding director of Pace University's Nutrition and Dietetics Program.
After 15 years at NBC, TODAY art director April Bartlett is leaving to teach set design at Pace University.
Lauren Pappalardo is taking charge of her future—and with the help of the College of Health Professions, she's earning a master's degree to build a new career aligned with her values and passions.
After four theater showings, film to make online premiere on June 27. The PaceDocs Team focuses its film on the remarkable journey of oysters, their farmers, and their role in cleaning the water.
From award-winning journalist, to first female editor-in-chief, CEO, and publisher of the nation’s largest Spanish language newspaper, to New York State Secretary of State, Commissioner Rossana Rosado is inspired by the stories of others.
Title IX is best known for transforming collegiate athletics in the United States—and, from there, all of sports. But that was not its original goal. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, as it is formally known, was designed to open doors for women across higher education. Learn more about it.
Pace University and the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) have partnered to offer transfer opportunities for BMCC students. At a signing ceremony held June 8, President Krislov and Dr. Anthony E. Munroe, President of BMCC, announced the program, becoming available this Fall.