Who is going to address the Class of 2023? You tell us! The annual speaker and honorary degree recipient nomination process has opened so be sure to submit your nomination no later than Friday, October 21.
Beginning Thursday, October 13, through Saturday, October 15, Pace's Pleasantville Campus will be celebrating its annual Homecoming celebration, honoring alumni from both campuses.
The Center for Undergraduate Research Experiences (CURE) is hosting a variety of events and webinars for undergraduate students and faculty. See what's coming up and how you can get involved.
Meet Tasha Darbes, PhD, a Pace School of Education professor with a passion for the transformative power of education.
Missed an issue of Pace Magazine? Catch up with past issues here.
We're reaffirming our commitment to cutting-edge academics, moving up in the rankings, earning grants, and paying it forward. All this and more in the latest edition of 10 Things to Inspire You.
Our innovative new programs in human centered design, health informatics, and more are ensuring that today’s Pace students will be tomorrow’s leaders in emerging industries.
On Monday, May 16, Pace held 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 in Queens, New York.
Pace University educator Lauren Birney and her team are getting middle school kids involved in an ambitious restoration program called the Billion Oyster Project.
School of Education's Lauren Birney, EdD, is co-leading a powerhouse group of collaborators to build upon the New York Harbor School’s project to put science into the hands (quite literally) of middle school students in low-income neighborhoods.