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Known as the "Festival of Colors," Holi is a Hindu festival that heralds the arrival of spring and is a time for colorful merrymaking and joyousness. At Pace, it's a time for our community to come together for fun and cultural exploration. Get dates, times, and tips for making your Holi great.

March 22, 2022
Students

Learn more about what you can do with a Computer Science major to connect to in-demand careers!

February 15, 2022
Faculty and Staff

Professor and NYC Design Factory director Andreea Cotoranu is teaching students how to solve tomorrow’s problems. In partnership with major corporations and international collaborators, students have pitched ideas like noise-absorbing drones, massive-scale food cooling systems, and a modern take on teen furniture design.

January 13, 2022
In the Media

By: John J. Cronin is director of Blue CoLab at the Seidenberg School at Pace University. He is a career water advocate, as well as a former state legislative and congressional aide.

In yet another extreme drinking water incident, U.S. Navy personnel in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii recently suffered stomach pain, vomiting and diarrhea before laboratory analyses found gasoline and diesel products in their water. More than 3,000 residents were forced from their homes, most for the holidays.

January 4, 2022
The Hill
Students

Christopher Cherestal, better known as “Topher” around the Seidenberg School, has made quite a positive impact on the computer science and information systems community. With his sincere and excitable personality, he’s bound to bring a smile to the face of anyone in the building. He has made the Seidenberg community a more welcoming environment simply by being here.

January 1, 2022
Students

As a freshman, Ben easily could have used his first Fall semester as a way to settle in, to acclimate to the Pace way of life, and simply to enjoy his classes. He isn’t though – in fact, he’s determined to make the absolute most of his university experience in a way that reflects much of his life so far: by volunteering and getting involved with the community.

January 1, 2022
Students

Long before Angela Bonsol was a Seidenberg Student, she grew up in the Philippines until the age of nine. She grew up speaking Tagalog and learned English at school. When Angela migrated to the United States, it was a while before she felt like she belonged. Now, she finds pride in her identity and abilities as someone who speaks three languages! (The third is Spanish).

January 1, 2022
Students

As a junior working towards a degree in computer science, Project Manager of the Seidenberg Creative Labs, and President of the Pace Computing Society, Allan Krasner has his hands—and brain—full. Allan’s story starts when he became the president for PCS at the end of his freshman year. Becoming president of a club as a freshman is almost never heard of, but he worked hard to reach the coveted role and earned it. That day he began a long and successful career in the Seidenberg School, where he made his new home.

January 1, 2022
Students

When Mackenzie first arrived at Pace University Pleasantville campus in the fall of 2016, there is no question that she hit the ground running. With a major in computer science and a minor in mathematics, Mackenzie has quite the workload – an 18-credit schedule and extra-curricular on-campus activities.

January 1, 2022
Students

A good researcher sheds light on a probing question. Shayna Rosado, a senior studying Computer Science at Pace University and the Spring 2020 Virginia Letourneau Intern at Seidenberg’s Blue CoLab asked, “Why don’t we know the quality of our water before we drink it?”

The answer: Real-time detection of contaminants in drinking water is not a national policy; therefore, technology that can immediately analyze the quality of water before it reaches the tap is not a national priority.

January 1, 2022