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.
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.
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.
Juan Shan, PhD, an associate professor of computer science in Seidenberg, is focused on applying artificial intelligence and machine learning to analyzing medical imaging
Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems in collaboration with the pan-African company, Wutiko, today hosted its second edition of the international event, Opportunities in Africa.
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.
Knowing cybersecurity basics is essential to staying safe online, often called digital hygiene, according to Dr. Pauline Mosley, a Computer Science professor at Pace University. According to the ITRC, more than 1.3 million children were victims of identity theft in 2017, and 50% of this subpopulation is under the age of six. “Educating them in the basics of cybersecurity not only protects their identity, but it literally could save their life,” Dr. Mosley says.
Want to learn more about Seidenberg? Ask T-Bot, the brainchild of the boundary-pushing Robotics Club on Pace’s Westchester Campus.
What to be aware of: Darren Hayes, an associate professor at Pace University in New York City, who teaches cybersecurity, digital forensics and threat intelligence, says there are several things parents should consider before posting online.