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“This reminds me very much of the 3-letter agencies in this country having said they won’t use Lenovo laptops anymore,” Darren Hayes, the CIS Program Chair at Pace University, told the E-Commerce Times. “With mobile devices there’s always going to be areas of memory that a forensic examiner can’t access, whether it’s a ROM chip or any other kind of memory, and one of the issues for intelligence here is, we don’t have access to all the memory on these devices and don’t know what they can do.”

January 26, 2023
E-Commerce Times
Pace Magazine

From amazing stats to stellar students and alumni, here are just a few of our favorite things.

January 19, 2023
Pace Magazine

Meet Tabi Haly '06, the software engineer, singer-songwriter, disability advocate, and proud New Yorker taking a stance.

January 19, 2023
Pace Magazine

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.

January 19, 2023
Pace Magazine

Missed an issue of Pace Magazine? Catch up with past issues here.

January 17, 2023
In the Media

Pace University professor Cathy Dwyer, Ph.D., says that even if students weren't on Facebook, they'd find something else to spend their time on. And, she says, Facebook certainly has a positive side, especially in this economy. "Facebook offers students a way to reconnect with their professors and classmates if they get laid off," she says. "It can help with the job search."

January 12, 2023
NY Daily News
In the Media

A CBS story featuring Seidenberg Professor and former Riverkeeper John Cronin is airing again as more whales find their way in New York waterways.

“New York City is a water city,” said John Cronan, a renowned environmentalist, now a professor at Pace University, “a humpback whale does not know that it is swimming through a city that is what makes this such an amazing place.”

December 20, 2022
CBS
Faculty and Staff

If there’s one problem the nonprofit world would love to solve, it’s how to increase funding. Information technology professor, Namchul Shin, researches the impact of social media on charitable donations.

November 16, 2022
Students

Pace’s third annual Social Justice Week is taking place from October 24 to October 29. This week of learning and reflection is designed to offer an ongoing memorial for Pace student Danroy “DJ” Henry, and to further commit Pace University to social justice and anti-racism.

October 12, 2022
Students

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.

October 5, 2022