It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Mrs. Celestine Garner, a long-term member of the School of Education community. Our hearts go out to her family, as we remember Celestine Garner, and the many lives she has touched.
A return to normal never felt so good! Pace's campuses are buzzing with activity and New York is coming alive after nearly two years of life during a global pandemic.
Leading the way forward-looking academics, moving up in the rankings, and showing that New York has massive heart, here are our top 10 things to inspire you.
Childhood Education and Literacy Major, Samantha Saumell '22, published her first book. Available on Amazon, "I Have, Not I Am," is a touching and inspirational story about a young girl's journey, after being diagnosed with anorexia.
Billion Oyster Project (BOP) and Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) today announced BOP’s data collection efforts will now be powered by a brand new digital, cloud-based platform that will allow them to accelerate data collection and more effectively manage its efforts to restore and grow oyster beds in and around the New York Harbor area. The project’s goal is to scale to one billion oysters by 2035, which will help clarify the water, remove pollutants and restore marine habitats. Principal Investigator Dr. Lauren Birney, Professor Pace University.
With the inaugural class of Teaching Fellows, Pace University’s Faculty Center is building upon its strong foundation to become a major hub for interdisciplinary collaboration and innovation at Pace.
In a year unlike any other, the transformative power of Pace has the ability to uplift and hearten. Here are just a few of our most inspiring Pace moments.
The School of Education has combined forces with Pace's OASIS program to get students on the autism spectrum career-ready by using virtual reality avatars to simulate a job interview scenario.
Marine Corps veteran Sukh Singh ’21 is passionate about advocacy and service. Through his work with the Student Veterans Association and Alpha Phi Delta, he hopes to one day become an educator just like the ones who inspired him.