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Pace Magazine

Pace's new BS in Game Development is a game-changer, literally. Created by Seidenberg’s resident ‘game guy’ Carmine Guida, the program combines technological foundations with hands-on practice to prepare students to thrive in one of the fastest-growing industries worldwide.

January 18, 2024
Pace Magazine

Pace clinched the title of Westchester's best. Our Broadway spotlight is shining. Carbon emissions? We're slashing them. We've introduced a new initiative for hidden disability awareness. Oh, and did we mention our sleek new building in NYC? All this and more in 10 Things to Inspire You!

January 18, 2024
Pace Magazine

Experiential learning isn't just a trend in higher education; it's the heartbeat of the Pace experience. From donning hip-waders to assess water quality, documenting first-hand narratives of a groundbreaking era in human history, immersing in a transformative semester in LA, to initiating and overseeing on-campus businesses from inception—Pace students don't just learn, they do.

January 18, 2024
Pace Magazine

Meet Cyber Range: Pace’s new, state-of-the-art facility designed to give students a collaborative, practical immersion in tackling real-life cybersecurity threats, all in real-time.

January 18, 2024
In the Media

Director of Blue CoLab John Cronin speaks with Bonita Springs Florida Weekly about why water quality and collaboration matters.

Cronin, now a professor at Pace University, once fought the polluters with lawsuits. Today he finds ways to influence attitudes. Protecting the environment, he believes, requires more than laws, regulations, and sanctions. It requires that we embrace environmental stewardship as a way of life.

January 4, 2024
Florida Weekly
Students

Susanna Lammervo (MS in Human-Centered Design ‘23) first learned about the NYC Design Factory program sitting in her Information Architecture class, taught by Seidenberg Professor Andreea Cotoranu.

January 2, 2024
In the Media

Pace University has announced its introducing a new game development program starting in fall 2024. Students can now graduate with Bachelor's Degree in game development, and will have the opportunity to learn how to create mobile and traditional video games, preparing them for a booming industry. Pace athletics announced E-Sports as its 15th varsity sport back in 2021. The program was recently voted number one in the nation after winning a march madness-styled bracket for college esports programs.

December 21, 2023
News12
In the Media

“As of 2020, the game industry is larger than the film and sports industry combined,” said Carmine Guida, professor of computer science and director of the game development program at Pace. “Our new Game Development major is highly project-based, enabling our students to graduate with a diverse portfolio of styles and genres of games. All are welcome to apply. Students who love technology and want to use it for creative pursuits thrive in this new major.”

December 21, 2023
Westfair Online
In the Media

Love video games? Make it your career. Pace University will launch a video game development program in the fall of 2024.

The new bachelor's degree will aim to produce students with a well-rounded education in game development, including computer science, art, design, and narrative, according to a news release Thursday.

December 21, 2023
Lohud
In the Media

Seidenberg Dean Johnathan Hill speaks with NY Post about Tesla’s being recalled and the self-driving car crisis.

December 21, 2023
New York Post