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There's No Place Like Home...coming

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This year, Westchester will be the first to celebrate Homecoming on October 9–12. Here's what's happening:

Thursday, October 9

Step and Stroll Show

9:30 p.m. | Goldstein Gym

Stop by to see as steppin’ and strollin’ take over the Goldstein Gym. Interested in showing your step or stroll skill? Applications are due by September 26 at 5:00 p.m. Register here. Need incentive? First place prize is $1,000. Still there? Hello?


Friday, October 10

Think Pink Fashion Show
8:00 p.m. | Willcox Gym
Participants have the opportunity to showcase their best pink outfits as we raise awareness about breast cancer. Categories may include Sexy Pink, Silly Pink, and Professional Pink (work-place pink). More details to come.

Trip to Blaze
9:00 p.m.
See more than 5,000 individually hand-carved, illuminated jack o’ lanterns in this elaborate walk-through experience. Meander through a historic, 18th-century riverside landscape and discover a breathtaking display–all made of jack o’ lanterns. Stroll through the Tunnel O’ Pumpkin Love and emerge to the incredible sight of gourd-filled Jack-in-the-Box springing up and bouncing around.


Saturday, October 11

Homecoming Extravaganza
12:00 p.m. | Miller Lawn
Check out the huge variety of fun activities—participate in the famous chili cook-off (register by October 3), ride our mechanical bull, sing a song in live band karaoke, play games and win prizes, or just sit back and enjoy some food and conversation with friends. No matter what you choose, you’ll want to be here!

Faces of Pace: Welcome Reception and Dinner
4:30 p.m.–9:00 p.m. | Goldstein Fitness Center
All Faces of Pace attendees are invited to kick off the festivities at our Welcome Reception. At 6:00 p.m., celebrate Homecoming at the Second Annual Faces of Pace Dinner in the Goldstein Fitness Center, honoring Professor Nicholas Catalano, who recently celebrated 50 years of service to Pace. Current students and children under 13 are $10 per person. Family members are $25 per person.

Celebrate!
9:00 p.m. | Parking Lot
The outdoor post-extravaganza and dinner party and pre-party to Casablanca, celebrate with food trucks, a DJ, and bonfire.

Casablanca Party
11:00 p.m. | Willcox Gym
Tired yet? After a full day of fun, like Miley, we can’t stop…we won’t stop. Join OLAS and the rest of the Pace Community to celebrate Homecoming weekend and break out your Pace spirit with some music and dancing.


Sunday, October 12

Broadway Shows
Meet in front of Kessel Student Center at 11:30 a.m. | $55
You’ve got one wish left. Take a trip into NYC with your family and friends to see Broadway’s newest hit Aladdin or the Tony Award-winning play Wicked. Transportation provided.

Pumpkin Picking Trip
Meet in front of Kessel Student Center 
at 11:00 a.m.
Join us in our annual pumpkin picking trip that has become a Homecoming tradition. Cap off your pumpkin picking with a donut and cider.

Football for the Future
12:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. | Miller Lawn
A spin-off of Football for Fighters, Phi Sigma Sigma will host a flag football game with co-ed teams, featuring students from local schools. Each team will consist of eight people total with at least three females per team. Teams will be competing for gift cards as a prize. Teams will also be receiving t-shirts. $2 to play and $4 to watch—all money raised will benefit Phi Sigma Sigma’s Delta Omega Chapter and their philanthropy: School and College Readiness.

The NYC Campus will celebrate Homecoming on October 20–24 with P.A.C.E. Board’s famous concert, Oktoberfest, a formal, pep rally, obstacle course, and more!

For a full schedule of events on both campuses, please visit the homecoming website.

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04/23/2021 • 9:28am
Commencement 2021

Commencement 2021

Congrats to the Class of 2021! We can’t wait to celebrate with you virtually on Monday, May 17, or in-person on the NYC and PLV campuses. Be sure to share your pics using #PaceGrad2021 for a chance to see it during the virtual ceremony.
04/23/2021 • 9:25am
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The Talk Show Host

Tune in, PaceU, because Ashvin Kapoor ’24 is going live. He’s the brains behind The Ashvin Show, a radio program dedicated to making people laugh during a tumultuous time in history. This is one future talk show host to watch (and listen)!
04/16/2021 • 2:18pm
2021 English Department Writing Awards

2021 English Department Writing Awards

The results are in! On Thursday, April 22, join us for the NYC Campus English Department Writing Awards ceremony honoring excellence in writing across genres. There will also be a special reading of new works. Let’s get inspired.
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04/16/2021 • 9:05am
Library Shelf: April 2021

Library Shelf: April 2021

Having trouble finishing up your research paper? Reach out to a Pace Librarian today! They’re available for personalized assistance on sourcing, citations, and more. You have the power to impress your professor. Get started by making an appointment.
04/16/2021 • 9:00am
2021 Fulbright US Student Program

2021 Fulbright US Student Program

Applications for the Fulbright US Student Program are now open! If you’re interested in pursuing an English-teaching assistantship or individually-designed research project abroad, this is your chance. Submit by Friday, July 16.
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The Multifaceted Founder, my pace path, student profile

The Multifaceted Founder

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OSIW Events: April 2021

In observance of National Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Month, Pace student groups PAASA (NYC Campus) and FIRE (PLV Campus) are hosting events all throughout the month. Join them for Take Back the Night, the Speak Out series, workshops, and more.
04/09/2021 • 10:19am
Assertiveness Workshop 2021

Assertiveness Workshop 2021

Do you have a hard time saying no? On Friday, April 23, and Friday, April 30, Pace Counseling Center clinicians will host a two-session workshop on how to set healthy boundaries and assert your needs in relationships.
04/09/2021 • 9:59am
2021 WALS Pioneer of Justice Award

2021 WALS Pioneer of Justice Award

On Friday, April 16, the Women’s Association of Law Students (WALS) invites the entire Pace Community in their celebration of US Congresswoman Grace Meng, the first and only Asian American member of Congress from New York State—a pioneer in many respects.
04/09/2021 • 9:53am
Twelfth Night 2021

Twelfth Night 2021

Starting Saturday, April 17, untangle a love triangle like no other in the Pace Performing Arts production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night! With jazz-funk, intrigue, and hijinks, this will be an unforgettable experience.
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How to Be a Change Agent for the Planet

How to Be a Change Agent for the Planet

Ready to harness your ability to live sustainably? On Wednesday, April 14, the Strategy and International Business club will host an important discussion on all the ways you can make a difference right now. Let’s get to work.
04/09/2021 • 9:46am
Setters Rest Stop: Spring 2021

Setters Rest Stop: Spring 2021

DIY kits. Virtual divination sessions. Insomnia Cookies. Smoothie station. Starting Monday, April 26, the Student Development and Campus Activities (SDACA) team will be delivering all you might need to get through finals on the NYC Campus.
04/09/2021 • 9:41am
Finals 2021 Resources

Finals 2021 Resources

Finals are coming! Get a jump on your studies by texting a Pace Librarian, virtually hang out with therapy dogs, review note-taking tips and exam prep from the Learning Center, and more. Take advantage of all the resources available to you!
04/09/2021 • 9:28am
Career Services Roundup: April 2021

Career Services Roundup: April 2021

Networking sessions. Career panels. Employer Q&As. Virtual job search strategies. Resume and cover letter workshops. All month, Career Services is delivering your next opportunity. Will you go out and grab it?
03/31/2021 • 4:32pm
2021 Pace Business Plan Competition

2021 Pace Business Plan Competition

Dreaming of becoming a CEO? Got an idea for the next big thing? Submit your business proposal by Friday, May 14, and you just might win the grand prize: $500, not to mention bragging rights. All great startups have to start somewhere.
03/31/2021 • 4:25pm
Dyson Dialogue: April 2021

Dyson Dialogue: April 2021

Get expert career advice from two accomplished professionals (and Pace alumni!) who have worked for the likes of Netflix, MTV, FanDuel, and more! If you’re looking to break into the media biz, this discussion series is for you. Don’t miss out.
03/31/2021 • 4:20pm
Bee Aware 2021

Bee Aware 2021

Celebrate Earth Day on Thursday, April 22, with the premiere of Bee Aware, a documentary about the importance of urban beekeeping filmed by Pace students. They persevered even when their production schedule was thrown into disarray due to the pandemic.
03/31/2021 • 4:16pm
The Campus Correspondent, my pace path, Alysa LeBon

The Campus Correspondent

Alysa LeBon ’23 gets it done. As a dual-enrollment transfer student, she’s the president of Pace’s Her Campus chapter, voting ambassador for CCAR, co-recruitment chair for P.A.C.E. Board, student ambassador for PaceBound, and so much more.
03/31/2021 • 4:02pm
Pace Spirit Week 2021

Pace Spirit Week 2021

Food trucks. Entertainment. TikTok competition. Bonfire. Get your head in the game, because this is Spirit Week! Starting Monday, April 12, the Student Development and Campus Activities (SDCA) team is hosting a ton of events both on-campus and virtually.
03/31/2021 • 9:53am
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Fit to Print: April 2021

Pace professors are going big this month when it comes to media mentions; talking COVID-19 recovery, the Biden administration, and much more.
03/29/2021 • 12:48pm
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Teaching with OER: Kathy Winsted

Interested in learning more about Open Educational Resources (OER)? Lubin's Kathy Winsted shares her experiences implementing OER into her coursework.
03/29/2021 • 11:09am
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Gardening for Stress Management

Looking to destress as the warmer weather arrives? On April 8, join the Pace University Community for a special event focused on home gardening and stress management.
03/29/2021 • 10:31am
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Spring 2021 Virtual Research Day

On April 23, join Pace student researchers, faculty, and staff for Student Research Day; an annual showcase of some of Pace's most inventive and promising young minds, as demonstrated through their impactful research.
03/29/2021 • 10:06am
Pace University Jefferson Award Winners

2021 Jefferson Award Winners

This year, 12 Pace University students, faculty, and staff received a Jefferson Award, known as the "Nobel Prize for public service." Congratulations to the winners!
03/29/2021 • 9:46am
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The Library Shelf: April 2021

The Library Shelf is a new monthly initiative developed by the research department of the libraries.

03/29/2021 • 9:30am

Ahead of the Research Curve

Pace students go for the opportunities presented to them; an ethos that has recently been exemplified by outstanding achievement in undergraduate research. Read about three students, who with the support of faculty mentors, will be presenting at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research.
03/26/2021 • 4:10pm
The Laramie Project 2021

The Laramie Project 2021

Starting Friday, April 2, Pace Performing Arts will explore the story of Matthew Shepard’s life and devastating death in a powerful retelling of a real-life event that shook a community—and the world—to its core.
03/25/2021 • 4:15pm
From Setter to Super Bowl Champion

From Setter to Super Bowl Champion

On Tuesday, March 30, join Alumni Relations for an exciting conversation with Maral Javadifar ’12, assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Maral will share her Pace Path as a student-athlete.
03/25/2021 • 9:38am
Open Positions with SDCA

Open Positions with SDCA

Get more out of your next job. Apply by Friday, April 9, for any of the open positions with the Center for Student Development and Campus Activities (SDCA) team! They’re the brains behind events programming on the PLV Campus, and they’re always looking for new Setter talent.
03/25/2021 • 9:33am
Spring 2021 Academic Skills Workshops

Spring 2021 Academic Skills Workshops

Get a jump on your GPA with skills-building workshops on time management, goal-setting, study tips (that don’t involve all-nighters), and more thanks to the Learning Center.
03/25/2021 • 9:28am

Pace Yourself to Wellness: May 2021

Join Pace's Health and Wellness Committee for virtual workout classes every week that include kickboxing, yoga, and more.
03/25/2021 • 9:13am
The Thoughtful Designer, my pace path, Eli Simmons Jr.

The Thoughtful Designer

Sports Marketing major Eli Simmons Jr. ’21 is going for it. He’s making a name for himself through SVNCLO, a clothing brand for everyone who knows that seven days is all you need to make a dream come true.
03/24/2021 • 12:24pm
The Multitalented Artist, my pace path, student profile,

The Multitalented Artist

Both in front of and behind the camera, Nicholas Merlau ’21 is always creating art. He’s an actor, screenwriter, musician, photographer, and he’s even into longboarding—not to mention investing in stocks.
03/18/2021 • 12:55pm
The Last Lecture: Spring 2021

The Last Lecture: Spring 2021

Join Professor Dana Cadman on Monday, April 5, when she delivers her ‘last’ lecture—the series where Pace students vote for the professor they’d most like to hear share a message if this were their last chance to lecture. This is one class you won’t want to miss!
03/18/2021 • 10:42am
Poets@Pace: Spring 2021

Poets@Pace: Spring 2021

On Monday, April 5, you’re invited to a much-anticipated evening of poetry readings from two vibrant, innovative, award-winning writers known for their activism and exceptional creative works. There will also be a Q&A!
03/18/2021 • 10:15am
QirinCon: Pace’s Comic Convention

QirinCon: Pace’s Comic Convention

If you’re a comics fan, this convention is for you! On Saturday, April 24, join a star-studded lineup of panelists including former X-Men comics writer Chris Claremont and former DC Comics President Paul Levitz for an unforgettable event.
03/18/2021 • 10:12am
2021 Pace Pitch Contest

2021 Pace Pitch Contest

Have an idea for a new business concept or venture? Register by Monday, March 29, in order to pitch it in under three minutes at the 17th Annual Pace Pitch Contest for a chance to win a $1000 first place prize.
03/18/2021 • 10:11am
2021 Pace New Musicals: The Waiting

2021 Pace New Musicals: The Waiting

Starting Friday, March 19, enjoy a brand new musical performance—written and produced by Pace Performing Arts students—about the extraordinary lengths a mother will go to find her missing daughter.
03/15/2021 • 9:33am
The Equality Advocate, my pace path, student profile, Maria Escobar ’22

The Equality Advocate

Maria Escobar ’22 is the co-founder of the World Without Exploitation National Youth Coalition—a network of young people dedicated to ending human trafficking—and she’s also set to present at the upcoming United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.
03/12/2021 • 12:06pm
2021 Summer Funded Internships

2021 Summer Funded Internships

Global Policy Forum. 9/11 Memorial & Museum. Hudson River Park Friends. Looking for a unique summer internship? Apply by Wednesday, March 31, to be considered for the Wilson Center’s popular summer funded internship program!
03/11/2021 • 1:17pm
Fulbright Info Session

Fulbright Info Session

On Wednesday, April 7, learn more about funded opportunities to pursue graduate or professional study, conduct advanced research, or teach English in more than 140 countries.
03/11/2021 • 10:25am
Talk with Peter Baker

Talk with Peter Baker

New York Times chief White House correspondent Peter Baker will deliver a talk on Wednesday, March 31, about what it’s like to cover President Joe Biden, former President Trump, and the ever-changing modern White House news cycle.
03/11/2021 • 10:23am
Empire Competition: Spring 2021

Empire Competition: Spring 2021

Great Power Rivalries. Cultural Diplomacy. Colonial and Post-Colonial Imaginings. Take a deep dive into these topics and more all throughout April when Pace plays host to a series of important presentations and panels.
03/11/2021 • 10:20am
The Business Partners, my pace path, Ethan McKellar ’24 and Jacob Selman ’24

The Business Partners

Ethan McKellar ’24 and Jacob Selman ’24 are the brains behind F14Productions, a media production company that brings together collaborators from all over the Pace Community to create podcasts, short films, music, and more. Pretty incredible for first-year students.
03/05/2021 • 3:43pm
Unity Art Installation

Unity Art Installation

You’ve probably seen this art installation on the NYC Campus—it’s massive, multidisciplinary, and entirely built by first-year Pace students. They came together (socially distant) to create Unity, a 3D relief mural that stands as a message of hope and solidarity.
03/05/2021 • 12:29pm
Student-Faculty Research: Spring 2021

Student-Faculty Research: Spring 2021

Pace is taking student-faculty research to a whole new level. Apply by Monday, March 22, for the Virtual Student Research Day, and Wednesday, March 31, for the Provost’s Summer 2021 Student-Faculty Undergrad Research Awards. There are also a ton of info sessions, too.
03/05/2021 • 10:46am
2021 Writing Awards

2021 Writing Awards

Submit your script, short story, poetry, comic book, or other creative project by Wednesday, March 24, in order to be considered for the 2021 Writing Awards! A total of $20,000 will be awarded to talented Pace students across multiple categories.
03/05/2021 • 10:13am
Dyson Scholars in Residence 2021 (PLV)

Dyson Scholars in Residence 2021 (PLV)

Apply by Monday, March 15, in order to sign up for a unique living and learning experience on the PLV Campus. You’ll be making a difference in your community, build connections, and get your work noticed.
03/05/2021 • 10:08am
2021 NSSE Survey

2021 NSSE Survey

Attention first-year students and seniors: we want your feedback! Take the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) in order to share how Pace is doing when it comes to your academic experience. You’ll be entered to win an Amazon gift card.
03/05/2021 • 10:06am
Therapy Dogs Online: Spring 2021

Therapy Dogs Online: Spring 2021

Starting Wednesday, March 10, the Pace Library is excited to invite you to spend the afternoon with therapy dogs! That’s right: the Good Dog Foundation is back again, this time virtually, to provide some much-needed doggo time.
03/05/2021 • 9:56am
Micro-Internships

Micro-Internships

Looking to build your resume fast? Apply for a Micro-Internship: short-term, paid, professional assignments that offer you an opportunity to build and demonstrate skills while exploring a variety of career paths.
03/05/2021 • 9:47am
Student Success Tools

Student Success Tools

Have a question but not sure who to contact? Check out the Student Success Tools landing page for a quick and easy list of all the resources available to you; from departments to centers to advisors to much more.
03/05/2021 • 9:45am
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New Space at Pace

Upgraded classrooms, collaborative study areas for students, and specialized conference rooms are coming to Pace this fall.
03/01/2021 • 10:11am
The Aspiring Vet, my pace path, Lara Ellentuck

The Aspiring Vet

As the founder and president of the Pre-Veterinary Club, Lara Ellentuck ’22 has been hard at work creating a space for animal lovers all across the Pace Community. She’s interned at animal shelters and hospitals, and she’s excited to share her expertise with others.
02/26/2021 • 5:47pm

New Space at Pace

Upgraded classrooms, collaborative study areas for students, and specialized conference rooms are coming your way this fall.
02/26/2021 • 12:41pm
SBDC Workshop Series: Spring 2021

SBDC Workshop Series: Spring 2021

Thinking of launching your own business venture? Pace’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is offering a ton of free workshops to help you get started on crafting your brand story, strategizing customer engagement, and more.
02/26/2021 • 12:35pm
Celebrating Female Leadership 2021

Celebrating Female Leadership 2021

Hear from leading women in media on Monday, March 8, on how they’ve overcome obstacles, advanced their careers, and advice to empower the next generation—you! Panelists work at companies like Disney, Discovery, and more.
02/26/2021 • 12:32pm
CCAR Roundup: March–April 2021

CCAR Roundup: March–April 2021

Get involved in advocacy work on campus and locally with the Center for Community Action and Research! Their upcoming events and info sessions are geared toward introducing you to all the volunteering opportunities available to you, as well as civic engagement tips and more.
02/26/2021 • 12:30pm
Career Services Roundup: March 2021

Career Services Roundup: March 2021

Virtual Job and Internship Fair. Networking events. Panels and Q&As with industry professionals. Job search strategies. LinkedIn Lab. Resume and cover letter workshops. Check out all the latest opportunities available to you from Career Services!
02/26/2021 • 12:20pm
Artist Talks: March 2021

Artist Talks: March 2021

This month, abstract artists will be opening up about their work in a brand new exhibit and discussion series featuring their work creating meaning through material, rather than representational imagery.
02/26/2021 • 11:17am
Pre-Vet Club: Spring 2021 Events

Pre-Vet Club: Spring 2021 Events

If you’re an advocate of animal welfare, the Pre-Veterinary Club welcomes you! Join them for discussions, workshops, trivia, and more this semester as they spread awareness at Pace. All majors are welcome.
02/26/2021 • 11:14am
Shecession: Inequality and COVID-19

Shecession: Inequality and COVID-19

Hear from expert panelists on Wednesday, March 3, regarding how the pandemic has disproportionately affected women in the workforce. They will take a deep dive into this new normal, as well as share tools to move forward—together.
02/26/2021 • 10:58am
Dyson Dialogue with Adam Heydt

Dyson Dialogue with Adam Heydt

Sign up for a chance to chat with Emmy Award-winning director and producer Adam Heydt ’97 on Monday, March 15. He’ll be sharing his expertise as a Pace alumnus who recently worked on The Drew Barrymore Show. You won’t want to miss this.
02/26/2021 • 10:56am
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Student-Faculty Research: Spring 2021

Through the Center for Undergraduate Research Experiences (CURE), Pace is taking student-faculty research to a new level of visibility and access. Apply for the Provost’s Summer 2021 Student-Faculty Undergraduate Research Awards by March 31 and for Virtual Student Research Day on April 23.
02/25/2021 • 9:41am
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ITS Updates: Spring 2021

Updates on our new Learning Management System, new features on Zoom, and ways to assist students needing access to computers or course software round up the latest important news from ITS.
02/24/2021 • 9:15am
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Fit to Print: March 2021

Pace professors are weighing in on the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, constitutional law, healthy habits, and much more in this month's edition of Fit to Print.
02/23/2021 • 2:18pm
Professor Is In, Charles North

The Professor Is In: Charles North

Pace Poet in Residence Charles North sat down with Opportunitas this month to discuss his time at the University, changes in poetry and technology over the decades, and offers tips for aspiring poets.
02/23/2021 • 11:06am
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Maintaining Mindfulness

On Thursday, March 4 you're invited to a Zoom session led by Dyson's Sally Dickerson and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Teacher Sophie Kaufman, focused on how to cope with compounding stressors, and downregulate our body's response to stressful contexts.
02/23/2021 • 10:17am
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Research with OER: Erika Crispo

Interested in learning more about Open Educational Resources? Dyson Professor Erika Crispo shares her experiences thus far.
02/23/2021 • 9:46am
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Build Your Skill Set

Pace staff and faculty can join the English Language Institute's popular 2-week, 20-hour Career Skills Development Series courses, at a discounted price. Build upon your professional skill set and make a commitment to yourself this year!
02/23/2021 • 9:28am

Career Services: Black Futures Week

Career Services hosts a week of programming featuring SIRIUS XM + Pandora, Morgan Stanley Capital International, Teva Pharmaceuticals, FactSet Research Systems, Omnicom, and The Madison Square Garden Company!
02/22/2021 • 4:10pm
The Dance Influencer, my pace pulse, Joneisha “JoJo” Carmichael

The Dance Influencer

Commercial dance major Joneisha “JoJo” Carmichael ’22 is currently crushing the “daily doing challenge,” where she posts an Insta story of her dance routines every single day. She’s even looking to start her own talent agency in the future. Keep up!
02/19/2021 • 4:05pm
Aid for Students

Aid for Students

As part of the most recent federal relief measure, the Coronavirus Response and Relief Appropriations Act has provided support to Pace students facing exceptional financial need.
02/19/2021 • 9:55am
10 Minutes to Better Research

10 Minutes to Better Research

Got ten minutes to spare? Join representatives from Pace Library for a weekly workshop series that will help you hone your research skills. You’ll get a ton of useful info in the same time it takes to make a cup of coffee.
02/19/2021 • 9:51am
Submit Your Photos for Commencement

Submit Your Photos for Commencement

Attention Class of 2021: If you’re interested in sharing your college memories during Commencement this year, you’re in luck—submissions are open until Thursday, April 1. Send in your Pace pics for a feature at the ceremony!
02/19/2021 • 9:45am
Incarceration and Building Connection

Incarceration and Building Connection

Join CCAR in doing community service on your own time by writing a letter to an incarcerated survivor. You have until the end of February 2021 in order to submit your message of support, which will remain completely anonymous.
02/19/2021 • 9:41am
IPE New Works 2021

IPE New Works 2021

When the pandemic put their projects on hold, sophomore students in the International Performance Ensemble (IPE) kept creating and collaborating—and now they’re ready to share their work. Starting Friday, February 26, discover AliveAwakeAlert and Haven.
02/19/2021 • 9:37am
Creative Corner: Spring 2021

Creative Corner: Spring 2021

It’s time to get creative! Workshop your latest project with APHROS on Wednesday, February 24, or submit to be included in the upcoming CHROMA publication by Monday, March 15. There are so many ways to connect with other like-minded artists and writers.
02/19/2021 • 9:32am
the future of work

The Future of Work Conference

On Thursday, April 8, Pace University invites you to The Future of Work, an online interdisciplinary conference focusing the ever-increasing changes in our global working landscape. The conference will feature a keynote from IBM's Nicholas Donofrio.
02/17/2021 • 10:32am
The Global Activist, my pace path, Eden Litvin

The Global Activist

Eden Litvin ’23 moved to the US from Israel eight years ago. When she came to Pace, she knew she wanted to make a difference by reviving the Students Supporting Israel (SSI) chapter on campus. Along with Hillel and IAC Mishelanu, they presented to SGA with an important initiative.
02/12/2021 • 11:35am
Wellness Week 2021

Wellness Week 2021

Racial trauma and healing. Coping amidst the pandemic. Managing strong emotions. Healthy social media use. Starting Monday, February 22, the Counseling Center will be rolling out a ton of virtual workshops and events to check in on your mental and emotional health.
02/11/2021 • 4:45pm
Pace Food Pantries: Spring 2021

Pace Food Pantries: Spring 2021

Three nutritious meals a day is a human right. Visit the Pace Mobile Food Pantry (PLV Campus) or the Provisions Food Pantry (NYC Campus) for a selection of fresh food to take with you.
02/11/2021 • 2:53pm
Greek Recruitment Workshops (PLV)

Greek Recruitment Workshops (PLV)

Starting Tuesday, February 16, the Fraternity and Sorority Life team will be hosting a series of info sessions all about going Greek on the PLV Campus. If you’ve ever considered joining a fraternity or sorority, now’s your chance to learn more!
02/11/2021 • 2:52pm
Soros Film Screening and Panel

Soros Film Screening and Panel

Billionaire. Activist. Holocaust survivor. Learn more about one of the most controversial figures of our time starting Tuesday, February 16, at a free screening of Soros. There will be an exclusive panel discussion with the director and producer on Tuesday, February 23.
02/11/2021 • 2:48pm
Fitness Online: Spring 2021 Roundup

Fitness Online: Spring 2021 Roundup

Sign up for weekly yoga sessions, Zumba workouts, cardio kickboxing classes, and more—all hosted online by Pace Athletics! There are countless ways to remain active while staying socially distant. Let’s get moving together.
02/11/2021 • 2:46pm
Nights at the Museum (NYC)

Nights at the Museum (NYC)

Prepare to be amazed. On Saturday, February 13, and Saturday, March 13, P.A.C.E. Board will be taking field trips to the Museum of Illusions and Museum of Sex. Join them for evenings of exploration and education!
02/11/2021 • 2:38pm
Healthy Minds Survey

Healthy Minds Survey

Check your Pace email TODAY for a chance to win an Amazon gift card and other prizes by participating in an emotional wellness survey. We’re partnering with The Steve Fund to promote mental health, and you’re invited to get involved.
02/05/2021 • 2:38pm
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The Tech Innovator

Mock Trial. NYC Design Factory. Alpha Lambda Delta. Pace Computing Society. Karl Eshwer ’21 is as much an innovator as he is an experienced leader, and he’s paving the way for some pretty impressive things.
02/05/2021 • 2:13pm
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Setting the Pace | 2020 Cohort

For the last year, these exceptional Pace employees have been honing their managerial skills, gaining the tools they need to manage successfully, and committing themselves to professional development.
02/05/2021 • 10:54am
ōMA Spring 2021 Events

ōMA Spring 2021 Events

This semester, the Office of Multicultural Affairs (ōMA) is rolling out all-new Zoom talks, events, and discussion groups to keep you connected. Sign in for Social Justice Club Readings, share your latest projects in This Is What I’m Talking Bout Tuesdays, and so much more.
02/05/2021 • 10:26am
Civic Leadership and Engagement Panel 2021

Civic Leadership and Engagement Panel 2021

On Tuesday, February 23, join reps from CCAR and SDACA/SDCA as they discuss all things engagement and leadership during our current climate. There are ways to be the change you want to see in the world—and it starts here.
02/05/2021 • 9:58am
Q-Camp 2021

Q-Camp 2021

Apply by Friday, February 12, to attend a weekend-long virtual leadership retreat exclusively for LGBTQA+ undergrad students. This is an extremely popular event! Be sure to submit your materials as soon as possible to get involved.
02/05/2021 • 9:56am
Mobile App Design Contest 9.0

Mobile App Design Contest 9.0

Brainstorm. Design. Demo. Pace’s annual Mobile App Design Contest plugs in on Friday, March 5. Get started drafting an idea for an app, and be sure your team is ready for this all-day hackathon event.
02/05/2021 • 9:52am
Dean’s Roundtable Series: Spring 2021

Dean’s Roundtable Series: Spring 2021

Your next networking opportunity is here! Join Lubin and their lineup of guest speakers at the highly anticipated Roundtable series. You’ll receive expert advice from c-suite leaders in business, and even get a chance to ask questions.
02/05/2021 • 9:47am
Pace Esports Intramurals 2021

Pace Esports Intramurals 2021

Calling all gamers! Pace has teamed up with Mission Control to bring you a gaming experience like never before. Register by Saturday, March 13, for a chance to compete and win prizes (not to mention bragging rights).
02/05/2021 • 9:44am
IPE Night of Original Work 2021

IPE Night of Original Work 2021

Trip of a Lifetime. Hell-Bound Train. EPICAC. The Enormous Radio. Starting Friday, February 12, the International Performance Ensemble (IPE) Class of 2021 will present their night of original work. Get your tickets!
02/05/2021 • 9:39am
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Save the Date: Community Conversation

On Friday, May 21, join the University community for our next Community Conversation, which will cover our ongoing Strategic Planning Process, University operational updates, and more.
02/01/2021 • 12:35pm
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The Globe-trotting Leader

First-gen student Chloe Mayhew ’22 is a born leader. She’s held positions in the Lambda Sigma Honor Society, Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, Model UN team, and she was even named a 2020 Millennium Fellow. But what she really loves is traveling.
01/29/2021 • 4:08pm

Introducing The Berg

Seidenberg is excited to announce the launch of The Berg, a student-driven podcast series highlighting both the work of the Pace Community and guests through interviews focused on work expertise, technology, and life.
01/29/2021 • 12:08pm
Pace Library: Know Before You Go

Pace Library: Know Before You Go

Pace Library staff are ready to assist you this semester, both in-person and remote. Be sure to review their handy guide on how to find exactly what you need, and where to get help—including texting a librarian.
01/29/2021 • 11:18am
Counseling Center Remote Services

Counseling Center Remote Services

Every semester, the Counseling Center offers a variety of therapy groups for students who might be looking for confidential understanding and support. Please reach out! You don’t have to face your struggles alone.
01/29/2021 • 11:08am
Career Services Roundup: February 2021

Career Services Roundup: February 2021

Career fairs. Networking opportunities. Virtual forums. Coffee chats. Resume and cover letter workshops. This month, Career Services is rolling out all-new ways for you to land your next job or internship—don’t miss out!
01/29/2021 • 10:48am
Spring 2021 Campus Activities Fair (NYC)

Spring 2021 Campus Activities Fair (NYC)

Urban Sound. WPUB Radio. Mock Trial. Pace Women in Tech. Hillel. Pace Esports. On Thursday, February 11, find out which student club or organization on the NYC Campus best fits YOUR interests—and how to get involved.
01/29/2021 • 10:04am
LGBTQA+ Centers: Spring 2021 Events

LGBTQA+ Centers: Spring 2021 Events

It’s back! The LGBTQA+ Centers are rolling out popular events like Queer Movie Monday, QTPOC Hangouts, T-Time, Healing Friday, and much more.
01/29/2021 • 9:40am
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Less Sweet Drinks, More Fruitful Research

CHP Professors Angela Northrup and Christen Cooper, and student Rachel Mazariegos '21 are embarking on a multi-disciplinary research study examining sugar sweetened beverage consumption amongst young children; with the aim of combatting harmful consumption across varied populations, and helping to reduce childhood obesity.
01/26/2021 • 10:44am
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Pace's PreCollege Immersion Program

Faculty and staff are encouraged to recommend rising high school juniors and seniors to Pace's PreCollege Immersion Program; a unique experience that will enable students to preview their undergraduate years in an immersive, productive manner. Interested students can attend an informational webinar on February 17.
01/25/2021 • 8:35pm
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Faculty Success Stories: February 2021

Pace faculty are starting off the year right—winning awards, receiving grants, and making an impact.
01/25/2021 • 7:27pm
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Fit to Print: February 2021

As 2021 kicks into full swing, Pace professors weigh in on the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the Capitol riot, and much more in this month's issue of Fit to Print.
01/25/2021 • 3:38pm
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A Talk with Pace's Distinguished Professors

On Wednesday, February 24, and Wednesday, March 31, join Eric Kessler, PhD and Bennett Gershman, JD, for their Distinguished Professor presentations, hosted by the Office of Research.
01/25/2021 • 10:23am

A New Look

Pace’s brand is officially getting an upgrade. Check out the new wordmark and brand platform that will help shape our identity for years to come.
01/25/2021 • 9:54am
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OER Grant Award Winners

The Office of the Provost has awarded mini-grants to Pace faculty and staff to research and create Open Educational Resources (OER) to be used in a class during the spring 2021, summer 2021, or fall 2021 semesters. Congratulations to the winners!
01/25/2021 • 9:35am

The Martin Luther King Lecture

On February 11, Pace’s Black Student Union will host special guests Reverend Al Sharpton and Brandon Fleming, for a talk moderated by Chief Diversity Officer Tiffany Hamilton, regarding the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
01/25/2021 • 9:13am
2021 Open Leadership Positions

2021 Open Leadership Positions

Every year, Pace offers important leadership positions to the students who are looking to make an impact on their community. Apply for the opportunity to help guide incoming first-year students as an Orientation Leader and advocate for inclusivity as a Queer Leader.
01/24/2021 • 11:19am
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Behind the Pace Brand

After nearly two years of research and input and feedback from Pace students, faculty, and staff, Pace has debuted a new look. To better understand the process and how faculty and staff can continue to support our core mission, we chatted with members of the branding agency Mindpower, who the University worked with to develop its forward-thinking vision.
01/23/2021 • 9:28pm

Introducing Pace’s New Look

Big news, PaceU: it’s finally here! Pace’s brand is officially getting an upgrade. Check out the new wordmark and brand platform that we’ll be rolling out starting today.
01/22/2021 • 11:50am
CCAR Events: February 2021

CCAR Events: February 2021

Get involved in advocacy work on campus and locally with the Center for Community Action and Research! Their upcoming events and info sessions are geared toward introducing you to all the volunteering opportunities available to you, as well as civic engagement tips and more.
01/22/2021 • 11:06am
Study Abroad Fair: Spring 2021

Study Abroad Fair: Spring 2021

Drop in on Tuesday, February 2, and Wednesday, February 3, for exclusive access to 50+ live sessions with university reps from around the world, Pace students who studied abroad, expert Pace faculty, and much more.
01/22/2021 • 10:49am
COVID-19: The Real Deal

COVID-19: The Real Deal

On Wednesday, January 27, get the facts on the COVID-19 pandemic, SARS CoV-2, the current state of ani-viral drug development, and vaccines—all from Dyson College. They’re signing on to make sure you have the info you need in these unprecedented times.
01/22/2021 • 10:42am
The MLK Lecture

The MLK Lecture

Join the Black Student Union on Thursday, February 11, for an important discussion with special guests Reverend Al Sharpton and Eddie Glaude, and moderator Chief Diversity Officer Tiffany Hamilton, regarding the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
01/22/2021 • 10:39am
Winter Warm-Up 2021

Winter Warm-Up 2021

Job fairs. Zoom fatigue workshop. Walking tours. Magic show. Food trucks. Ice skating. Plenty of DIY crafting. We’re kicking off the spring semester with plenty of events, both virtual and in-person. Let’s meet up!
01/22/2021 • 10:27am
2021 Millennium Fellowship Apps are Open

2021 Millennium Fellowship Apps are Open

Take your social impact to the next level. Apply for the Fall 2021 Millennium Fellowship, a semester-long leadership program that offers trainings, networking opportunities, and support—everything to get started effecting real change.
01/22/2021 • 10:16am
Ready, Set, Reinvent with Stacia Morris

Ready, Set, Reinvent with Stacia Morris

On Tuesday, January 26, learn how to market yourself during a pandemic and hear more about the job opportunities available to you right now. Author and financial advisor Stacia Morris ’82, ’84, will lead this important discussion.
01/22/2021 • 10:13am
How to Get Featured in The Pulse

How to Get Featured in The Pulse

Are you an influencer? Aspiring entrepreneur? What about working on a big research project? If you have a story to tell, we want to hear it! Let us share your project with the entire Pace Community—on the website and social media.
01/22/2021 • 10:10am
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The Podcasting Advocate

Tune in, because Kimberly Mars ’23 is speaking out. Through her platform as a podcast host, she’s sharing her experience as a Black woman in America and working to amplify other diverse voices—all to create a more inclusive world.
01/22/2021 • 10:05am

Fit to Print: Janaury 2021

President Krislov shares his resolutions for 2021, and Pace faculty and staff weigh in on a diverse array of topics as they wrap up 2020 and take on the new year.
01/05/2021 • 12:01pm
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A Big Thank You from #GivingTuesday

Bravo, Setter community! Through our charitable efforts, we were able to unlock an additional $100,000 gift courtesy of the Board of Trustees!
01/05/2021 • 10:59am
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The Professor Is In: Ric Kolenda

Dyson's Ric Kolenda has been named a 2020–2021 Wilson Center Faculty Fellow, and is focusing his research on ways to better empower gig economy workers. This month, he chatted with Opportunitas about the potential for policy changes and an improved entrepreneurial economy.
01/05/2021 • 10:58am
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Introducing The Berg

The Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems is excited to announce the launch of The Berg, a student-driven podcast series highlighting both the work of the Pace Community and guests through interviews focused on work expertise, technology, and life.
01/05/2021 • 10:50am
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Teaching with OER: Travis Webster

Interested in learning more about Open Educational Resources? Dyson Professor Travis Webster shares his experiences thus far.
01/04/2021 • 3:31pm
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A New Addition to the Board

Pace University is excited to announce the addition of Lana Bailey-Tamaro ’06 to its Board of Trustees.
01/04/2021 • 2:04pm
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Our New LMS

Pace is transitioning from Blackboard to a new Learning Management System (LMS), Classes. ITS is here with everything you need to know about the change!
01/04/2021 • 11:08am
January Intersession 2021

January Intersession 2021

Criminology. History of Health Care: Social Justice. Media and Gender. The Social History of Sports in the US. Men and Masculinities. The Planet Earth. Catch up on credits by registering for January Intersession. You could earn 3 credits in 4 weeks!
11/23/2020 • 10:51am
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The Back-end Engineer

Vice President of qSTEM and student mentor Jack Bonnelycke ’21 is a software developer for Seidenberg Creative Labs. He also participated in the New York Design Factory, having traveled to Finland to develop a mobile app for an actual company. Yeah. He’s been busy.
11/13/2020 • 2:37pm
Make Cards for Healthcare Workers

Make Cards for Healthcare Workers

CCAR is hosting a special letter writing event on Tuesday, November 17, to express their gratitude for healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Join them to make a difference and brighten someone’s day! It’s easy, and it’s also virtual.
11/13/2020 • 11:15am
Setters Rest Stop 2020 (NYC)

Setters Rest Stop 2020 (NYC)

Thanksgiving meal giveaway. Q&As with Broadway stars. Virtual divination session. Yoga and meditation. Watch parties. It’s the end of the Fall 2020 semester, and the Student Development and Campus Activities (SDACA) are celebrating in style!
11/13/2020 • 10:53am
Winter Gear Donation Drive

Winter Gear Donation Drive

Do you have any new or used winter coats, hats, gloves, or scarves that are taking up space? Consider donating to the Winter Gear Donation Drive by Monday, November 30, to make a difference in the lives of sexually exploited young girls and women.
11/13/2020 • 10:44am
Finals Week 2020 Resources

Finals Week 2020 Resources

We’ve got you covered this finals season! Text a Pace Librarian (yes, really). Brush up on the Learning Center’s successful tips for studying. Decipher the difference between APA and MLA citation styles. Schedule a one-on-one Writing Center appointment.
11/13/2020 • 10:39am
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Thank-a-Donor 2020

Help us express our appreciation to donors who support the education of Pace students by recording a video and writing thank you cards! You have until Friday, November 13, and Wednesday, November 18, to participate in this proud Setter tradition.
11/09/2020 • 4:29pm
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The Vice President

Akhila Ramesh ’21 is the vice president and founding e-board member of POSE (Pace Original Style Etiquette) and she’s used her marketing and business savvy to organize panels with fashion industry professionals. It’s no wonder her name means “unbroken”—nothing can stop her!
11/06/2020 • 4:35pm
Alumni Entrepreneur Series

Alumni Entrepreneur Series

Throughout Fall 2020, you’ll get the chance to meet a few incredible recent Pace graduates who have gone on to launch their own robust businesses and take their respective industries by storm. Find out more about how they leveraged their Pace degree and see where your Pace Path might take you!
11/06/2020 • 1:15pm
Illuminate Innovation: Noam Bardin

Illuminate Innovation: Noam Bardin

Let’s talk innovation. On Thursday, November 19, CEO at Waze and VP of Product at Google Noam Bardin will sit down with Pace President Marvin Krislov and Lubin Dean Lawrence G. Singleton for a conversation about the impact and future of technology, entrepreneurial insights, and more.
11/06/2020 • 11:15am
International Education Week

International Education Week 2020

Starting Monday, November 16, we’re celebrating all of Pace’s unique study abroad opportunities and travel resources with special virtual events. Join us to learn more about how to take advantage of our global opportunities!
11/06/2020 • 11:02am
Careers in the Time of COVID

Careers in the Time of COVID-19

On Tuesday, November 10, renowned speaker, author, and cryptographer Mark Herschberg will share his insights on how to use planning flexibility and an entrepreneurial mindset to find success during the pandemic. Don’t miss out!
11/06/2020 • 10:52am
Holiday Gift Drive

PLV: 2020 Holiday Gift Drive

If you’re interested in helping a family in need this holiday season, we invite you to participate in Pace’s annual Holiday Gift Drive. Submit by Friday, November 13, to receive a wish list or purchase a gift card. Your generosity would be greatly appreciated!
11/06/2020 • 10:50am
Veterans Appreciation Week

Veterans Appreciation Week 2020

Show your appreciation for Pace veteran students starting Monday, November 9, at events taking place both on-campus and virtually. From guest speakers to walking tours to career resources, our week-long lineup is dedicated to our service members!
11/06/2020 • 10:34am
2021 Residential Assistant Applications

2021 Residential Assistant Applications

If you’ve ever thought about becoming a Resident Assistant (RA), now’s your chance! Guidelines and important dates have been posted for the 2021–2022 academic year, so mark your calendars and be sure to apply soon.
11/06/2020 • 10:31am
Dyson Dialogue: November 2020

Dyson Dialogue: November 2020

Ready to network? Meet with successful Pace alumni on Tuesday, November 10, and Thursday, November 12, when they sign on to discuss their careers. You’ll learn how to make it in the communications industry, as well as make plenty of professional connections.
11/06/2020 • 10:12am
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Fit To Print: November 2020

Pace professors are weighing in on the 2020 election, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and much more in this month's edition of Fit to Print.
11/03/2020 • 1:31pm
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What's Happening in HR: November 2020

From important Open Enrollment information to Employee Recognition, here's what's been happening on the human resources front. Stay informed!
11/02/2020 • 12:43pm

A Conversation with the CEO of Waze

On Thursday, November 19, join Pace President Marvin Krislov and Lubin Dean Lawrence Singleton as they welcome Noam Bardin, CEO of Waze and VP of Product at Google, for an illuminating conversation about innovation, tech, and much more.
11/02/2020 • 12:05pm
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Family Weekend 2020

On November 13 and 14, Pace will be holding a very special virtual Family Weekend. Learn how you can get involved as a staff or faculty member, and take advantage of workshop offerings ranging from mindfulness and yoga to informative panels. We hope to see you there!
11/02/2020 • 11:48am
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LaVar Ball and Building a Media Agenda

In an award-winning research paper, Dyson Assistant Professor Melvin Williams examines how LaVar Ball was successfully able to build a media agenda while simultaneously countering stereotypes faced by Black athletes and fathers.
11/02/2020 • 10:59am
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Poets at Pace: Fall 2020

The Fall 2020 Poets @ Pace reading features, for the first time, poets who are Pace faculty members! Tune in virtually on Monday, November 16.
10/30/2020 • 10:59am
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Machine Intelligence Day

On December 4, Seidenberg invites you to experience a full day of scholarship and discussion surrounding artificial intelligence, computer vision, machine learning, and more.
10/30/2020 • 10:20am

Giving Tuesday 2020

On December 1, join Pace University for our global day of giving and help us reach our goal of 600 gifts.
10/30/2020 • 9:41am
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Wilson Faculty Fellows: 2020–2021

The Helene T. and Grant M. Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship is thrilled to announce this year's Wilson Faculty Fellows. Each fellow will receive $5,000 to work on a research project that advances the identification and analysis of issues facing nonprofits and social enterprises.
10/30/2020 • 9:25am
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The Podcast Host

Abi Shorter ’24 launched her own podcast, DefLove, which is an anthology series exploring what love feels like (or is portrayed in the media to feel like) across different people. Is it universal? Is it different for everyone? Find out.
10/28/2020 • 8:35pm
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Family Weekend 2020

Family Weekend is officially back! Join us virtually on Friday, November 13, and Saturday, November 14, for special performances, yoga and mindfulness, career panels, information sessions, a virtual Family Feud (with prizes!), and so much more.
10/28/2020 • 7:11pm
Career Services Roundup: November 2020

Career Services Roundup: November 2020

We might be finishing out the semester, but Career Services is just heating up. Join them for plenty of networking opportunities, workshops, employer spotlights, a career forum, and so much more. This is your time to shine!
10/28/2020 • 6:48pm
Poets @ Pace 2020

Poets @ Pace 2020

Featuring Pace faculty for the first time ever, this year’s Poets @ Pace on Monday, November 16, is sure to inspire the next generation of wordsmiths. Prepare to get creative with a few Pace greats who have published their own works.
10/28/2020 • 6:28pm
2020 NSSE Pulse Survey

2020 NSSE Pulse Survey

The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) is out—and we want your feedback! Tell us how Pace is doing when it comes to your educational experience during these unprecedented times. The survey should only take about three minutes.
10/28/2020 • 6:24pm
Ride to the Polls 2020

Ride to the Polls 2020

Registered to vote using your Pace address? You can ride (or walk) with us to the nearest polling place! On Tuesday, November 3, several groups will be departing in order to take part in this important election cycle. We hope to see you there.
10/28/2020 • 6:17pm
Events Roundup: November 2020

Events Roundup: November 2020

Presidential election watch party. Diwali rangoli competition. Walking tours. Virtual Friendsgiving. Gaming tournaments. Talent showcases. There’s a lot to do before the Fall 2020 semester ends! You’re invited.
10/28/2020 • 6:13pm
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The Medical Artist

Singer. Model. Medical assistant. There’s no end to what Brian Powell ’21 can accomplish as a health science major on the pre-physician assistant track who creates art in his spare time. To top it off, he also wrote a research paper on racial patient bias in healthcare.
10/23/2020 • 3:42pm
Continuing Advocacy and Allyship After the Election

Continuing Advocacy and Allyship

President and CEO of the National Urban League Marc Morial will be speaking on Monday, October 26, about Black Lives Matter, voting, and how you as a Pace student can continue making a big difference. Let’s keep the conversation going.
10/23/2020 • 11:10am
2020 National First-Gen Week (PLV)

2020 National First-Gen Week (PLV)

The PLV Campus is celebrating National First-Generation Week in a big way! Starting Monday, November 2, we’re kicking off both in-person and virtual events like trivia, giveaways, free professional headshots, and more.
10/23/2020 • 11:02am
Jeopardy! With Pace FIRE

Jeopardy! With Pace FIRE

On Wednesday, October 28, you’re invited to join Pace’s FIRE (Fighting Ignorance and Rape with Education) peer educators for a game of Jeopardy! that will raise awareness about domestic violence and offer information on healthy relationships. We hope to see you there!
10/23/2020 • 10:53am
Pace Intramural Esports Tournament

Pace Intramural Esports Tournament

It’s gaming season at Pace. Starting Monday, October 26, you’ll get the chance to compete for a $50 Amazon gift card and intramurals champion t-shirt in games like Madden 21, NBA 2K21, and more. Ready to compete?
10/23/2020 • 10:49am
Artist Talks: Fall 2020

Artist Talks: Fall 2020

Hear from two talented artists, Simonette Quamina and Isabella Ossott, at this special lecture series connecting creative Pace minds with accomplished creators. Are you ready to get inspired? Join the Pace University Art Gallery team!
10/23/2020 • 10:44am
Fourth Annual Cybersecurity Conference

Fourth Annual Cybersecurity Conference

On Thursday, October 29, join us for the 4th Annual Pace University Cybersecurity Conference hosted virtually by Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems in partnership with Cyber Intelligence 4U.
10/23/2020 • 10:32am
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The Passionate Educator

Rachel Vetterman ’22 transferred to Pace to pursue a combined degree: a BA in Childhood Education and an MSEd in Special Education. She’s passionate about supporting all the students she’s worked with, but it was one moment on the job that really changed her perspective.
10/19/2020 • 10:26am
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The Vice President

Gabriela Wojcik ’21 is a first-gen American who transferred to Pace eager to explore all the opportunities her Communication Studies major offered. She’s the current vice president of Tau Sigma, and she hopes to guide other transfer students, too.
10/16/2020 • 6:22pm
 Talking Points with Richard Schiff

Talking Points with Richard Schiff

On Tuesday, October 20, Emmy Award-winning actor and political activist Richard Schiff will talk all things politics with Pace President Marvin Krislov. Schiff will also discuss his role in the hit drama series The West Wing, and how life often imitates art.
10/16/2020 • 3:29pm
Brown Bag Lunch with Provost

Brown Bag Lunch with the Provost

Join Pace Provost Vanya Quiñones, PhD, and Interim University Dean for Students Rachel Carpenter for a working lunch! They’ll be networking on Monday, October 19 (NYC Campus), and Wednesday, October 21 (PLV Campus). Come snack and chat.
10/16/2020 • 3:23pm
LGBTQA+ October Workshops

LGBTQA+ October 2020 Workshops

On Thursday, October 22, and Thursday, October 29, the LGBTQA+ Center will be hosting inclusivity and allyship workshops exclusively for Pace students! Join in the discussion.
10/16/2020 • 3:13pm
FTVC 2020 Film Fest

FTVC 2020 Film Fest

You’re invited on Friday, October 16, to view three short films by the Acting for Film, Television, Voice-overs, and Commercials Class of 2020! Join them for this special screening of their work and enjoy a few great flicks while you’re at it. This event is not to be missed.
10/12/2020 • 12:12pm
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The Coding Champions

These four Pace students just won IBM’s Call for Code 2020 challenge. How did they make it big? What does it take to reach the finish line? And how did they manage to coordinate with a 12-hour time difference between them? They’ll tell you!
10/12/2020 • 11:50am
A Conversation with H. Holden Thorp

A Conversation with H. Holden Thorp

Join H. Holden Thorp, PhD, on Tuesday, October 27, for a discussion on his experience as an editor, author, and expert on higher ed. He will be sharing his important research as well as facilitating a discussion to learn more. You won’t want to miss it!
10/12/2020 • 11:45am

PaceSafe App Contest

Calling all Pace students: Want a chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card? Complete the daily health screening questionnaire on the PaceSafe mobile app every day for 14 days straight and you’ll be entered for a chance to win.
10/09/2020 • 3:05pm
Virtually Visit Haub Law: Fall 2020

Virtually Visit Haub Law: Fall 2020

Thinking about law school? Haub Law is currently offering virtual campus tours and information sessions to answer all your questions like how to apply, what to expect, and much more. You’ve got this.
10/08/2020 • 2:14pm
Virtual Poetry Festival 2020

Virtual Poetry Festival 2020

Craft talks. Writing workshops. Poetry readings. Starting Friday, October 23, this two-day virtual poetry festival will be jam-packed with events for you to attend and flex your creativity. Get inspired!
10/08/2020 • 2:11pm
Diverse Career Paths in Investment Banking

Diverse Career Paths in Investment Banking

On Wednesday, October 21, you’re invited to sit in on a panel discussion with three Pace alumni who are top executives at JP Morgan. Learn more about their unique career paths and what’s available at one of the largest and best financial service companies in the world.
10/08/2020 • 2:08pm
Mental Health During COVID-19

Mental Health During COVID-19

It’s normal to feel overwhelmed during periods of high stress. That’s why, with the help of the Counseling Centers, we’ve put together a quick list of self-care tips and resources to make each day more manageable. We’re here for you!
10/08/2020 • 11:36am
2020 Social Justice Week Events

2020 Social Justice Week Events

You called and we answered: on Monday, October 26, Pace will play host to a week-long lineup of social justice events curated by and for the Pace Community. From talks to workshops to much more, you’re invited to help us foster advocacy on-campus.
10/08/2020 • 11:11am
Diversity Campus Climate Survey

Diversity Campus Climate Survey

We are well underway in our work toward creating a more equitable and inclusive environment for everyone at Pace. Take part in this necessary work by letting your voice and your unique experiences be heard in this 100% anonymous survey.
10/08/2020 • 11:08am
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Cybersecurity Conference 2020

Save the date! Seidenberg, in conjunction with Cyber Intelligence 4U, will be hosting a virtual cybersecurity conference on Thursday, October 29.
10/06/2020 • 12:39pm
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The Digital Journalist

You’ve probably heard the name Jj Perdido ’23. He’s a long-time writer and current sports editor for the Pace Chronicle, an Orientation Leader, an Alpha Chi Rho brother, and a first-gen mentor—to name only a few roles he’s held. This wordsmith has some wise words to share!
10/02/2020 • 7:20pm
Celebrating Justice Virtual Event

Celebrating Justice Virtual Event

Join us virtually on Thursday, October 8, to celebrate the necessary and transformative work of the Pace Women’s Justice Center (PWJC), a free legal service to victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and elder abuse. Through outreach and training, PWJC saves lives and effects change.
10/02/2020 • 3:12pm
Job Alert: Associated Press

Job Alert: Associated Press

The Associated Press is offering a unique (and paid!) opportunity to work with their team during the 2020 General Election. Training starts Monday, October 19, so apply now!
10/02/2020 • 2:18pm
Race for Pace: Setter Virtual 5K

Setter Virtual 5K and Fun Run

Join us virtually for a good cause! Friday, October 16, through Sunday, October 25, the Pace Community will unite for a 5K run from our respective sidewalks, treadmills, hiking trails, or otherwise. It’s a great way to stay connected while we can’t be together. Are you in?
10/02/2020 • 2:06pm
Fight the Flu 2020

Fight the Flu 2020

It’s flu season, and now more than ever, we each have a responsibility to keep our community safe by taking a few necessary precautions to prevent the spread of influenza virus. Read on for tips and information about how to get your flu vaccine!
10/02/2020 • 2:03pm
Career Services Roundup: October 2020

Career Services Roundup: October 2020

Virtual career fairs. Interview and resume workshops. Employer spotlight sessions. Networking opportunities. What will your next opportunity be? Find out with Career Services’ invaluable connections this semester.
10/02/2020 • 10:24am
Events Roundup: October 2020

Events Roundup: October 2020

Black health matters writing session. Debunking LGBTQA+ coming out myths. Talks on voter suppression. Dating and domestic violence workshops. Love in the Time of Corona. Pace students have a lot to say. Will you join in the discussion?
10/02/2020 • 9:59am
Celebration of Dean Marijo Russell-O’Grady

Celebration of Dean Marijo

For more than 22 years, Dean Marijo was crucial to the development of a student-centered culture at Pace. We invite you to a virtual celebration of her life on Sunday, October 11.
10/02/2020 • 9:51am
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Staff Corner: October 2020

Looking to make the most of the remainder of the year? Look no further than Talent Development's training programs and online courses, which will help build your personal and professional skills to keep you moving in a positive direction.
10/01/2020 • 9:33pm
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Faculty Corner: October 2020

Get the lowdown on the latest fellowship and award opportunities as we head into the final months of 2020.
10/01/2020 • 9:17pm
CCAR 2020 Election Events

CCAR 2020 Election Events

Voting matters. It's time to make your voice heard. Get involved in the 2020 Election and make a difference with the Center for Community Action and Research through workshops, watch parties, info sessions, and so much more.
10/01/2020 • 9:12pm
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Celebration of Dean Marijo

For more than 22 years, Dean Marijo was crucial to the development of a student-centered culture at Pace. We invite you to a virtual celebration of her life on Sunday, October 11.
10/01/2020 • 8:51pm
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Maintaining Our Safe Pace

The semester is nearing the halfway point, and it's more important than ever to continue maintaining Our Safe Pace. View case information via our COVID-19 Dashboard, learn more about Pace's COVID testing initiative, and learn how you can continue to help create a healthy, safe, and thriving campus environment.
10/01/2020 • 12:54pm
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Social Justice Week 2020

Pace is furthering its commitment to social justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion by hosting a Social Justice Week from Sunday, October 25, through Friday, October 30, in memory of DJ Henry. Get involved!
10/01/2020 • 11:49am
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Jefferson Award Nominations

Do you know someone whose tireless community service efforts are changing Pace—or even the world? Nominate a #PaceU student, faculty, or staff member for a Jefferson Award! The deadline is Friday, October 9, 2020.
10/01/2020 • 11:04am
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Stocks Rising at Pace

The Pace Student Managed Investment Portfolio has considerably outperformed its expectations since its founding in 2003. Recently the fund paid back its entire initial loan and continues to perform in an impressive manner.
09/30/2020 • 2:04pm
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Fit to Print: October 2020

From ongoing COVID-19 developments to the current political situation, Pace professors have been making their voices heard all across the media spectrum this month.
09/30/2020 • 11:50am
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COVID-19 and the Future of Work

This month, our Pace professors weigh in on how COVID-19 has upended the homeostasis of the working world, and what effects current changes might have going forward.
09/30/2020 • 10:52am
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A Conversation with H. Holden Thorp

Pace faculty are invited to an exclusive virtual event on October 27 with H. Holden Thorp, PhD, the editor of the Science family of journals. Thorp will facilitate a discussion centered around publishing strategies during this unprecedented time in academia.
09/30/2020 • 10:18am
The Behavior Analyst, my pace path, student profile, Mikayla Martin

The Behavior Analyst

Mikayla Martin ’23 is a passionate advocate for destigmatizing mental health. She wants to leverage her experience and empathy by becoming a licensed behavior analyst, and to help as many people as possible. Little known fact: did you know she was born in Germany?
09/25/2020 • 4:22pm
Transfer Student Appreciation Week

Transfer Student Appreciation Week 2020

Starting Monday, October 19, we’re kicking off National Transfer Appreciation week with both virtual and socially distanced events. From Career Services workshops to advising and registration tutorials to the Transfer Student Social, we’re all about celebrating our Pace transfer students!
09/25/2020 • 3:24pm
Game Programming with Unity

Game Programming with Unity

Ever wanted to learn how to make games? What about pick up a few coding skills? On Friday, October 9, you’re invited to sign up for an exclusive Seidenberg coding workshop. No previous experience required!
09/25/2020 • 2:48pm
Leadership in Tech Series: October 2020

Leadership in Tech Series: October 2020

Meet with leading tech experts on Monday, October 12, and Thursday, October 15, who just so happen to also be Pace alumni! You’ll learn more about how to break into a career in cybersecurity and the fashion and lifestyle industries.
09/25/2020 • 2:37pm
Writing Center Workshops: Fall 2020

Writing Center Workshops: Fall 2020

The Writing Center has gone fully online this semester, and they’re delivering weekly workshops in order to guide you through any writing assignments you might need help on. Come join the discussion and pick up a few new skills.
09/25/2020 • 2:32pm
The Athletic Activist, Kendra Cooper-Smith, my pace path, student profile

The Athletic Activist

Women’s basketball member Kendra Cooper-Smith ’23 comes from a family of activists, and she’s all about challenging herself both on and off the court. That’s why she was recently named a 2020 Millennium Fellow!
09/18/2020 • 11:27am
Important Information: COVID-19 Testing

Important Information: COVID-19 Testing

This week, Pace will begin an ongoing program of community monitoring, which means weekly testing for COVID-19 and 24-hour results. We also have a COVID-19 dashboard, updated daily, so that we can better protect our community—together.
09/17/2020 • 5:07pm
Meet the Greeks: Fall 2020

Meet the Greeks: Fall 2020

Reps from the NYC Campus fraternities and sororities want to meet you on Tuesday, September 22! Find out more about their philanthropy work and how to get involved during this special meet-up.
09/17/2020 • 5:04pm
New Jobs Alert

New Job Opportunities

There are new opportunities waiting for you this Fall 2020 semester! Apply today for the chance to be a Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Peer Facilitator or Student Alumni Ambassador.
09/17/2020 • 4:49pm
Round Table Event with AIG

Round Table Event with AIG

Calling all majors! On Wednesday, October 14, Pace alumni who currently work at AIG will be part of an exclusive panel to discuss upcoming job and internship opportunities. Find out more about diverse career paths in insurance.
09/17/2020 • 4:35pm
2020 Jefferson Award Nominations

2020 Jefferson Award Nominations

Do you know someone whose tireless community service efforts are changing Pace—or even the world? Nominate a #PaceU student, faculty, or staff member for a Jefferson Award! The deadline is Friday, October 9, 2020.
09/17/2020 • 4:32pm
The Eclectic Creator, my pace path, student profile, Nate Shectman

The Eclectic Creator

Nate Shectman ’23 has many talents. From advertising to marketing to film to graphic design, he’s combining all his interests in unique ways in hopes of one day working for an ad agency. But did you know he comes from a family of actors?
09/11/2020 • 10:59am
Fitness Online: Fall 2020 Roundup

Fitness Online: Fall 2020 Roundup

Sign up for weekly yoga sessions, cardio classes, esports leagues, and more—all hosted online! There are countless ways to remain active while staying socially distant. Let’s get moving together.
09/10/2020 • 5:07pm
2020 Learning Outcomes Reception

2020 Learning Outcomes Reception

On Wednesday, September 16, hear from ten Pace students who participated in the Wilson Center’s funded internship program about what they learned from their unique experiences working for a variety of social enterprises and nonprofit organizations in the NYC metro area.
09/10/2020 • 4:59pm
Social Justice Week: Fall 2020

Social Justice Week: Fall 2020

Pace is furthering its commitment to social justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion by hosting a Social Justice Week from Sunday, October 25, through Friday, October 30, in memory of DJ Henry. Submit your proposals and get involved!
09/10/2020 • 4:49pm
The State and Future of Lower Manhattan

The State and Future of Lower Manhattan

Tonight, you’re invited to discover more about the future of downtown New York City in the era of COVID-19 in a special talk with Pace President Marvin Krislov and many notable guest speakers. This is one of Pace’s campuses, and it affects all of us!
09/10/2020 • 4:36pm
Media Literacy Workshop

Media Literacy Workshops

Articles, videos, memes, and more! Pace Library is teaming up with faculty to bring you three workshops in September 2020 that will challenge what you know—and think you know—about the media in our current news climate.
09/10/2020 • 4:33pm
Small Business Development Center, SBDC Workshop Series: Fall 2020

SBDC Workshop Series: Fall 2020

Thinking of launching your own business venture? Pace’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is offering a ton of free workshops to help you get started on financing, guarding against fraud, selling products, and more.
09/10/2020 • 4:22pm
Art Faculty Exhibition

Art Faculty Exhibition

Get inspired on Thursday, September 17, at the latest Art Faculty Exhibition! You’re invited to attend a special online reception as well as schedule viewing appointments to attend in-person at the Art Gallery on 41 Park Row. Let’s get creative.
09/10/2020 • 4:16pm
The Rising Scholar, Debra Perlman, student profile, my pace path

The Rising Scholar

Honors College student Debra Perlman ’21 is always on the move. She participated in Pace’s NYC Design Factory, attended the 2019 Forbes Under 30 Summit, and worked two major internships, but at first, she had trouble choosing a major.
09/04/2020 • 11:27am
Career Services Roundup: September 2020

Career Services Roundup: September 2020

Virtual Career Fair. Employer spotlights. Networking sessions. Cover letter and resume workshops. Recruitment sessions. Your next opportunity is here with Career Services! They’re hosting a ton of events and development sessions to get you market ready.
09/03/2020 • 7:16pm
Virtual Campus Activities Fair (NYC)

Virtual Campus Activities Fair (NYC)

What will your Pace legacy be? On Thursday, September 10, join SDACA’s virtual fair to learn more about all the student-run orgs on the NYC Campus. There’s something for everyone, and even opportunities to start your own club!
09/03/2020 • 6:26pm
Alumni-Student Mentoring Program

Alumni-Student Mentoring Program

By signing up for our Alumni-Student Mentoring Program, you’ll get to choose your own mentor from our Pace alumni network, get an exclusive peek into the industry of your choice, and even hone your interviewing skills.
09/03/2020 • 6:12pm
Opportunity at Pace 2021

Opportunity at Pace 2021

Fellowships. Scholarships. Research funding. There are so many ways to get involved, and the Office of Student Success is here to help you explore and apply for them! Start early, because deadlines are approaching.
09/03/2020 • 5:50pm
Live with Pace Alumni

Live with Pace Alumni

Recent graduates from the Class of 2020 are sitting down with successful Pace alumni to hash out details on their career trajectories since their days here on campus. Join them for their Instagram Live sessions to hear more!
09/03/2020 • 5:41pm

LGBTQA+ Workshops

This fall, join the LBGTQA+ Centers on both campuses for workshops intended to better inform and educate individuals as to different LGBTQA+ identities, best allyship practices, and more. All are welcome!
08/31/2020 • 1:10pm
PV Viswanath, Pace, Professor Is In, Yellow and Blue Background

The Professor Is In: PV Viswanath

Finance professor PV Viswanath talks with Opportunitas about the relationship between financial institutions and the health care system, the process of applying the interconnected aspects of disparate systems into a cohesive research analysis.
08/31/2020 • 12:32pm
The Mentor Manager, Natasha Fallen, student profile, my pace path

The Mentor Manager

First-gen student Natasha Fallen ’23 is ambitious: she’s pursuing a BBA/MBA in Public Accounting, worked as the HR manager for the Pace Perk Café, and acted as a mentor for several programs, but did you know she also played a lead role in Les Misérables?
08/28/2020 • 9:38am
30th Annual Komen Race for the Cure

30th Annual Komen Race for the Cure

This year, the Komen community will race together, apart. Join the Pace University Team in the fight against breast cancer at the 30th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, which will be held on September 12–13 as a live-streaming event.
08/27/2020 • 9:07pm
Face covering competiton weekly themes now through october 11

Pace Face Covering Competition

Put your best face (covering) forward for a chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card! All you have to do is submit a photo of your face covering to match the theme each week and use #OurSafePace. That’s it. Ready to win big?
08/27/2020 • 8:21pm
Dean’s Round Table Series: Fall 2020

Dean’s Round Table Series: Fall 2020

Your next networking opportunity is here! Join Lubin and their lineup of guest speakers at the highly anticipated Round Table series. You’ll receive expert advice from c-suite leaders in business, and even get a chance to ask questions.
08/27/2020 • 7:48pm
Study Abroad Fair: Fall 2020

Study Abroad Fair: Fall 2020

Join reps from Pace’s Education Abroad office on Wednesday, September 9, for an all-day virtual study abroad fair! You’ll get to choose from a variety of live video sessions and hear from 35 partner universities abroad, Pace alumni, faculty leaders, and more!
08/27/2020 • 7:39pm
Events Roundup: September 2020

Events Roundup: September 2020

Food trucks. Escape rooms. Dance workouts. Paint nights. Self-care and wellness check-ins. Study abroad fairs. Meet and greets. The Fall 2020 semester is in full swing here at Pace. Be sure to get involved!
08/27/2020 • 5:47pm
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ITS Updates: Fall 2020

ITS shares some important information pertaining to this unique fall semester. Stay informed and connected!
08/27/2020 • 12:01pm
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Teaching with OER: Tanya Wiggins

Interested in learning more about Open Educational Resources? School of Education professor Tanya Wiggins shares her experiences thus far.
08/26/2020 • 12:43pm
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Fit to Print: September 2020

If it's in the news, you could be sure Pace professors have been weighing in. Read all about what your colleagues are sharing with the world at large in this month's edition of Fit to Print.
08/25/2020 • 10:37am
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Get Out and Vote!

Election Day is November 3, and the deadline to register to vote in New York State is October 9. CCAR is making sure all students have the voter registration information they need, and as faculty and staff members, here's where you can direct students to learn more.
08/25/2020 • 9:37am

Become a Periclean Faculty Leader

Pace faculty are invited to apply to be a Periclean Faculty Leader in STEM and Social Science by September 21. Selected faculty will receive an award of $3,500 toward designing and teaching a new or revised course in STEM and social sciences that incorporates a community-based project.
08/25/2020 • 9:19am
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30th Annual Komen Race for the Cure

This year, the Komen community will race together, apart. Join your fellow Pace Community members in the fight against breast cancer at the 30th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, which will be held on September 12–13 as a live-streaming event.
08/24/2020 • 12:45pm
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Welcome to Classes

Welcome to Classes! In January 2021, Pace will fully update its learning management system to ensure our academic technology is of the highest standards. Read more for important important about this transition.
08/24/2020 • 11:43am
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Library Updates: Fall 2020

The Mortola and Birnbaum Libraries are here for you! Learn more about hours, building use, safety, and important policies for the fall semester.
08/24/2020 • 10:59am
Lubin, Dean Singleton, Blue Text, Man in Suit

Welcome, Dean Singleton

Pace University has appointed Lawrence G. Singleton, PhD, as dean of the Lubin School of Business, effective August 17. We are excited to welcome Dean Singleton to the Pace Community!
08/24/2020 • 9:49am
The Passionate Founder, student profile, Maryam dimson

The Passionate Planner

Founder of Urban Sound Maryam Dimson ’20 has been spearheading efforts to launch a masterclass dance series on the NYC Campus to great success. She’s always worked to help others, and she even wants to launch her own event planning company someday!
08/21/2020 • 3:28pm
Mandatory Online Training

Mandatory Online Training

Is there a difference between cleaning and disinfecting? What are some of the most common COVID-19 symptoms? Help us keep our community safe by completing Pace’s mandatory online training for the Fall 2020 semester.
08/21/2020 • 10:27am
Face Coverings at Pace

Face Coverings at Pace

If you are planning to be on campus this fall, it is critical that you wear your face covering. Here's what you need to know about Pace's face covering policy and how you'll receive your University face covering.
08/20/2020 • 4:43pm
Library Updates: Fall 2020

Library Updates: Fall 2020

The Mortola and Birnbaum Libraries are here for you! Learn more about hours, building use, safety, and important policies for the fall semester. Please be sure to review thoroughly before heading out for that next study session.
08/20/2020 • 3:22pm
Dining Options for Fall 2020

Dining Options for Fall 2020

Dining on campus is an integral part of student life at Pace. From food to feedback and from gluten-free to GrubHub and sanitization, here's what you need to know about on-campus dining at Pace.
08/20/2020 • 3:05pm
Schedule an Appointment with OSA

Schedule an Appointment with OSA

Skip the wait on the phone or via email with the Office of Student Assistance (OSA) and Financial Aid by scheduling an appointment—they’ll call you! All you have to do is register online and a Pace representative will call you at the time you choose. That’s it.
08/20/2020 • 2:56pm
Fighting Food Insecurity: Fall 2020

Fighting Food Insecurity: Fall 2020

Three nutritious meals a day is a human right. Visit the Pace Mobile Food Pantry (PLV Campus) or the Provisions Food Pantry (NYC Campus) for a selection of fresh food to take with you.
08/20/2020 • 2:41pm
LGBTQA+ Fall 2020 Events

LGBTQA+ Fall 2020 Events

Let’s queer it up! Join Pace’s LGBTQA+ Centers on both campuses this semester for movie nights, lunch meetups, self-care workshops, and much more.
08/20/2020 • 2:36pm
ōMA Fall 2020 Events

ōMA Fall 2020 Events

Social justice reading club. Interrogating whiteness workshop. Movie nights. NYC tours. The Office of Multicultural Affairs (ōMA) wants to inspire and empower you with all the events they’re offering this semester!
08/20/2020 • 2:26pm
Welcome Back Events: Fall 2020

Welcome Back Events: Fall 2020

Campus involvement fairs. Walking tours. Anti-hate campaigns. Food trucks. Outdoor movie nights. Join us as we kick off the fall semester with SD(A)CA and a few exciting events!
08/20/2020 • 2:06pm
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Face Coverings at Pace

If you are planning to be on campus this fall, it is critical that you wear your face covering. Here's what you need to know about Pace's face covering policy and how you'll receive your University face covering.
08/14/2020 • 2:26pm
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Face Coverings at Pace

If you’re planning to be on campus this fall, it is critical that you wear your face covering. Here’s what you need to know about Pace’s face covering policy and how you’ll receive your University face covering.
08/14/2020 • 1:59pm
Staying Social While Distancing

Staying Social While Distancing

Dyson College is serving up a detailed list of proven tips and tools while we all continue to practice social distancing leading up to the Fall 2020 semester. Be sure to check in with yourself and reach out! We’re here for support.
08/07/2020 • 12:31pm
Sneak Peek at SDACA and SDCA

Sneak Peek at SDACA and SDCA

Looking to get involved? What about starting your own club? The Centers for Student Development and Campus Activities are here to help! Through activities, leadership programs, and more, they’re your one-stop-shop for all things campus life.
08/07/2020 • 12:29pm
Setter Spotlight: Business Leaders

Setter Spotlight: Business Leaders

Lifestyle beauty expert. Personal fitness trainer. Fashion icons and branding strategists. These are some of the Setter student business leaders and visionaries making waves both at Pace and beyond. Keep an eye on their work!
08/07/2020 • 11:55am
Millennium Fellow Class of 2020

Millennium Fellow Class of 2020

Nine Pace students were recently named 2020 Millennium Fellows! They were selected among more than 15,000 applicants from over 135 nations. Talk about Setter spirit! Join us in congratulating their achievement.
08/07/2020 • 11:33am
Fall 2020 Class Modalities Explained

Fall 2020 Class Modalities

Have questions about your Fall 2020 classes? Not sure what HyFlex means? Need a crash course on web-assisted details? We got you. Check out our handy guide on all the instructional modalities Pace is offering this upcoming semester.
08/07/2020 • 10:50am
Convocation 2020

Convocation 2020

It’s almost time! Mark your calendars for Friday, August 21, as we welcome the Class of 2024 to the Pace Community with our annual Convocation celebration.
08/07/2020 • 10:44am
Inventing the Impossible

Inventing the Impossible

On Thursday, August 13, world-renowned cyber-illusionist Marco Tempest marries magic, technology, and psychology during a special virtual event just for the Pace Community.
08/04/2020 • 2:39pm

Community Conversation: August 6

On Thursday, August 6, Pace University faculty and staff are invited to join a Community Conversation sponsored by the People of Color Collective at Pace. This is space for you to be seen, heard, or just to confirm you are not alone.
08/03/2020 • 9:36am

Apply to Be a Wilson Center Fellow

The Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship invites Pace faculty members to apply to become a Wilson Center Fellow! Applications are due August 14.
07/30/2020 • 8:33am
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Welcome, Dean Grimes

Pace University has appointed Tresmaine R. Grimes, PhD, as dean of the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Education, effective August 3. We are excited to welcome Dean Grimes to the Pace Community.
07/29/2020 • 1:24pm

Professor Spotlight: Kelley Kreitz

What happens when a place-based academic seminar must pivot to a virtual format? Magic. Dyson Associate Professor Kelley Kreitz, PhD, talks about this year’s City of Print Institute and how a commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration can continue moving academic scholarship forward.
07/28/2020 • 10:35am

The New Normal Institute

Pace faculty and staff are invited to an ongoing brown bag lunch series hosted by the University's new pop-up, virtual institute, to showcase interdisciplinary faculty scholarship that is focused on how our society emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic.
07/27/2020 • 10:29am

Returning to Campus: Fall 2020

Pace is gearing up for our return to campus later this month, with classes beginning on the New York City, Pleasantville, and Elisabeth Haub School of Law campuses on Monday, August 24. Familiarize yourself with the plan, best practices, and be sure to take some time to read the FAQ page.
07/27/2020 • 9:43am
convocation 2020

Convocation 2020

Mark your calendars for Friday, August 21, as we welcome the Class of 2024 to the Pace Community with our Convocation broadcast.
07/27/2020 • 9:14am
How Can I Help

What Can I Do?

Pace’s Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion collaborated with campus partners to create a list of resources to help members of the Pace Community take action against systemic racism, as the University further establishes its commitment to being anti-racist across all facets of the institution.
07/24/2020 • 2:50pm
Career Tips from Lubin Alumni

Career Tips from Lubin Alumni

You don’t have to be a Lubin student to get exclusive career advice from their alumni! Hear from a successful CEO, an engineering lead at Google, and a director of faculty appointments at a nearby college. That’s the #LubinLife.
07/24/2020 • 2:26pm
Winning a Hackathon, sunflower hack recap, Brittany Benjamin

Winning a Hackathon

Brittany Benjamin ’22 was among the talented coders who won a top prize at Pace’s first-ever Sunflower Hack event, and she recounted the ups and downs of that unique experience in a new Seidenberg blog post.
07/24/2020 • 2:12pm
Setter Spotlight: Content Creators

Setter Spotlight: Content Creators

From artistic and lifestyle YouTubers to an Editor-in-Chief to a professional wedding photographer, Pace Setters are launching their brands and creating original content across the web. Be sure to like and subscribe!
07/24/2020 • 2:08pm
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Fit to Print: August 2020

This summer, Pace professors have been on the forefront regarding the latest local and national developments surrounding the many social and economics implications of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and much more.
07/24/2020 • 10:56am

Download the Pace Safe App

Stay connected this upcoming fall semester using the Pace Safe app. Features include incident reporting, COVID-19 Self-Assessment, events and training, notifications, and more. We’re here to help!
07/24/2020 • 10:19am

Teaching with OER: Meghana Nayak

Interested in learning more about Open Educational Resources? Dyson Professor Meghana Nayak shares her experiences thus far.
07/21/2020 • 1:05pm

What Are Open Educational Resources?

Open Educational Resources, or OER, are an increasingly viable way of reducing textbook costs while providing course materials with the proper and necessary academic rigor. Learn more about the many positive benefits of OER, and how to implement OER resources into your course(s).
07/21/2020 • 10:57am

May We See Your ID?

If you’re a faculty or staff member, here’s what you need to know about Pace’s ID Card Offices, receiving your ID, requesting a replacement ID, and more.
07/20/2020 • 9:38am

Pace Community Briefing

Fall 2020 is fast-approaching. On Monday, August 3, the University will be holding a community briefing for faculty and staff to discuss the plans and precautions in place for a safe and effective opening for the fall semester. .
07/15/2020 • 1:57pm
Downloading the Pace Safe App

Download the Pace Safe App

Stay safe and connected this upcoming fall semester using the Pace Safe app. Features include incident reporting, COVID-19 Self-Assessment, a "Friend Walk," events and training, notifications, and more. We’re here to help!
07/14/2020 • 9:49am
Community Briefing for Students and Families

Community Briefing for Students

Fall 2020 is fast-approaching. Join Pace senior leadership on Monday, July 20, to learn more about our reopening plans in light of COVID-19, and to get your questions answered about the process. We hope to see you there!
07/10/2020 • 10:24am
Pace ID card

May We See Your ID?

If you’re a new student, a returning student, or a faculty or staff member, here’s what you need to know about Pace’s ID Card Offices, receiving your ID, requesting a replacement ID, and more.
07/10/2020 • 9:33am
Setter Spotlight: Honors College

Setter Spotlight: Honors College

Being a Pace Setter means being ambitious, and the Pforzheimer Honors College students know that better than most. They are part of a tight-knit community of doers and scholars, and they have a LOT to say. Study up on their advice!
07/09/2020 • 5:19pm
Pace Voices with Alumni Relations

Pace Voices

Your Pace connections don’t end after you graduate! All current Pace students are invited by Alumni Relations for two special virtual events on Wednesday, July 15, involving a successful Pace alumni and Haub Law faculty member.
07/09/2020 • 4:59pm
Find Your Place at Pace, first day at Pace University

Find Your Place at Pace

As you prepare to embark on your first day at Pace when our doors open (both online and in-person!) on Monday, August 24, take a moment to hear from current Dyson College students about how they overcame stress and made the most of it.
07/09/2020 • 4:50pm
Sneak Peek at Diversity Programs

Sneak Peek at Diversity Programs

Office of Multicultural Affairs. LGBTQA+ Center. People of Color Collective. Resources for DACA and undocumented students. Pace is committed to facilitating and celebrating diversity across our campuses. Join us!
07/09/2020 • 4:45pm
Fall 2020: Returning to Campus

Fall 2020: Returning to Campus

Pace University will open all three campuses for in-person, online, and hybrid classes for the fall semester, with classes beginning in New York City, Pleasantville, and the Elisabeth Haub School of Law on Monday, August 24, 2020.
06/30/2020 • 11:26am
Virtual Events Roundup: July 2020

Virtual Events Roundup: July 2020

Prom night. DIY dorm decor. Trivia challenges. Important info sessions. Pace is going strong this summer as we gear up to reopen for the fall semester! Join the incoming Class of 2024 for all our PaceBound events.
06/30/2020 • 10:01am
graphic of a smartphone with an envelope

PaceBound Students: You've Got Mail

Are you headed to Pace this fall? Awesome! It's important that you regularly check your brand-new Pace email account. Here's what you need to know about accessing your account, logging in, and more.
06/26/2020 • 3:34pm

The Professor Is In: Zhan Zhang

Seidenberg Professor Zhan Zhang, PhD, was recently awarded a $175,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to continue research pertaining to wearable technologies for health care workers. Zhang discusses the intersection between health and technology, upgrading health care to the "smartphone stage," and much more.
06/24/2020 • 1:58pm

Fall 2020: Returning to Campus

Pace University will open all three campuses for in-person, online, and hybrid classes for the fall semester, with classes beginning in New York City and Pleasantville, and the Elisabeth Haub School of Law on Monday, August 24, 2020.
06/24/2020 • 10:28am
student profile, Nicolina Barone, my pace path

The Publishing Leader

English and Communications major Nicolina Barone ’24 has been writing as early as second grade, and she has her eye on an MS in Publishing. But did you know she’s been organizing a local cultural event with her family for years?
06/19/2020 • 5:04pm
Interactive Summer Sessions, Pace faculty

Interactive Summer Sessions

Race in America. Coping with New Infectious Disease Outbreaks. Digital Privacy for Journalists, Activists, and Others. Join Pace faculty as they tackle these and other timely topics in one-time virtual interactive sessions.
06/19/2020 • 2:26pm
Setter Spotlight: Athletics

Setter Spotlight: Athletics

Pace student-athletes know what it takes to succeed—both on and off the field or court. They work hard, support each other, and leave an indelible mark on the community. Hear more about their experiences at Pace!
06/19/2020 • 1:58pm
community briefing fall reopneing update thursday, june 25, at 1pm

Faculty and Staff Community Briefing: June 25

All faculty and staff are invited to join a conversation about plans for resuming on-campus operations in accordance with New York State guidelines. Join us on Thursday, June 25.
06/19/2020 • 1:56pm
Join SetterSync!

Join SetterSync!

Discover unique opportunities, join student-run clubs and organizations, and stay in-the-know about all the latest happenings on your campus with SetterSync. It’s a brand-new platform exclusively for Pace students!
06/19/2020 • 1:33pm
Sneak Peek at CCAR

Sneak Peek at CCAR

Get involved both locally and globally by joining the Center for Community Action and Research (CCAR). CCAR works hard to coordinate Pace’s participation in several national civic engagement initiatives. Effect change right now!
06/19/2020 • 1:25pm

Conduct Research, Mentor a Student

Are you a faculty member interested in bringing on a student to help with your research? Proposals for the Provost’s rovost's Undergraduate Student-Faculty Research Program are being accepted through July 30, 2020.
06/19/2020 • 11:39am

Fit to Print: July 2020

Pace professors are weighing in on the national protests for racial justice, the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, and much more in the latest edition of "Fit to Print."
06/15/2020 • 10:03am

What Can I Do?

Pace's Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion collaborated with campus partners to create a list of resources that will help each individual member of the Pace Community take action against systemic racism, as the University further establishes its commitment to being anti-racist across all facets of the institution.
06/15/2020 • 7:59am
PaceBound Essential Guide

PaceBound Essential Guide

Welcome to Pace! We’re so excited to meet you in Fall 2020. In the meantime, check out this handy guide for incoming Setters to familiarize yourself with all things student life, resources, opportunities, and more.
06/12/2020 • 3:50pm
Express Pass to Internships

Express Pass to Internships

Join Career Services starting Tuesday, June 23, for a six-session virtual workshop series designed exclusively for incoming Pace students. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to jump start your career plans!
06/12/2020 • 3:28pm
Meet the OLs, Orientation Leaders

Meet the OLs

Are you #PaceBound? Come meet your Orientation Leaders (OLs)! They will be guiding you through your transition to Pace by answering your questions, directing you to important resources, and much more.
06/12/2020 • 3:20pm
Setter Spotlight: Greek Life, going Greek at Pace

Setter Spotlight: Greek Life

College can be a home away from home for many students, and our Setters involved in Greek Life know that better than most. Learn more about their unique experiences as fraternity brothers and sorority sisters at Pace!
06/12/2020 • 2:57pm
Virtual Events Roundup: June 2020

Virtual Events Roundup: June 2020

Socials, hangouts, movie nights, trivia challenges, info sessions. There’s so much to do while you gear up for the fall semester. Join us for all our exciting PaceBound virtual events exclusively for incoming students.
06/12/2020 • 2:23pm
PaceBound Fall 2020 Checklist

PaceBound Fall 2020 Checklist

Ready for the fall, #PaceBound Setters? We can’t wait to welcome you! Be sure to review our handy checklist to make sure you’re all set before you arrive. There are many exciting things to see and do leading up to the big day.
06/12/2020 • 1:31pm

A Guide to Pace Career Services

As a faculty and staff member, it is vital to be aware of the various offerings of Career Services, so that students can be directed to the proper resources and get started on the career they were meant for. View Career Services' guide to all of their different offerings.
06/12/2020 • 11:16am

HR Updates: Summer 2020

The latest updates from Human Resources. Plus, financial planning resources from TIAA.
06/12/2020 • 10:26am

Pace Magazine: Spring 2020

Extra, extra! The Spring 2019 issue of Pace Magazine is available online. Read about Pace women who are smashing stereotypes in STEM fields, unique programs involving service dogs, and much more!
06/12/2020 • 9:52am
Pace University Faculty and Staff Community briefing Fall Operations Planning June 4 at at 1:00 p.m.

Faculty and Staff Community Briefing: June 4

All faculty and staff are invited to join a conversation about plans for resuming on-campus operations in accordance with New York State guidelines. Join us on Thursday, June 4.
05/29/2020 • 11:37am
Pace University Faculty and Staff Community briefing HR Policies and Practices May 21 at 1:00 p.m.

Community Briefing for Faculty and Staff

All faculty and staff are invited to join a conversation about Pace's HR policies and practices in response to COVID-19. Join us on Thursday, May 21.
05/18/2020 • 10:35am

Help An International Student

Interested in volunteering as a conversation partner with an international student looking to improve their English language skills? The English Language Institute is looking wants you!
05/15/2020 • 10:16am
Career Services’ First Destination Survey

Grads: What’s Next?

Career Services wants to know: what’s next? Do you have a job lined up? Are you planning to go to grad school? Fill out the First Destination Survey today and be entered for a chance to win big.
05/14/2020 • 5:26pm
my pace path, student profile, kealy costigan

The Passionate President

Kappa Delta Pi President Kealy Costigan ’20 has a passion for advocacy work. She’s pursuing a dual degree in childhood education (undergrad) and special education (master’s), hoping to create a safe space for ALL her future students.
05/14/2020 • 5:24pm
class of 2020 virtual celebrations

Class of 2020 Virtual Celebrations

We’re commemorating the Class of 2020 on Wednesday, May 20, with a special virtual celebration you’re invited to take part in. Stay connected while sharing photos, fond memories, and more using #PaceGrad2020!
05/11/2020 • 9:54am
Fulbright US Student Program

Fulbright US Student Program

Applications for the Fulbright US Student Program are now open! If you're interested in pursuing an English-teaching assistantship or individually-designed research project abroad, this is your chance. Submit by Friday, July 10.
05/08/2020 • 3:27pm
my pace path, student profile, Jackie DelliSanti

The Athletic Educator

Basketball star Jackie DelliSanti ’20 may be stepping off the court as an undergrad student, but she’s continuing her education at Pace to pursue a master’s in special education. Talk about serious game!
05/07/2020 • 5:17pm
Community Conversation: For Pace University Faculty and Staff Friday, May 8 at 12:00 p.m.

Community Conversation

All faculty and staff are invited to join Pace’s senior leadership for a community conversation about Pace’s response to COVID-19 and planning for the future. Join us on Friday, May 8.
05/07/2020 • 5:16pm
2020 Pace Business Plan Competition

2020 Pace Business Plan Competition

Are you an aspiring CEO? Submit your big business idea by Friday, May 15, and you just might win the grand prize: $500, not to mention bragging rights. All great startups have to start somewhere.
05/07/2020 • 4:12pm
Finals Resources Roundup

Finals Resources Roundup

Therapy dogs, tutoring, library support, Counseling Center support—with finals coming up during an already stressful time, we’ve compiled a list of resources you might need to finish out Spring 2020 strong. We’re here for you!
05/07/2020 • 4:10pm
New Updates to Pass/Fail and More

New Updates to Pass/Fail and More

There’s still time to make a decision on your status in a class! The deadline has been extended to Saturday, May 16 (withdraw), and Tuesday, May 26 (pass/fail), for Spring 2020. Please make sure you fill out the appropriate form.
05/07/2020 • 3:29pm
Celebrating Seniors with Pace Athletics

Celebrating Seniors with Pace Athletics

Pace Athletics celebrated Senior Day by honoring their stellar lineup of student-athletes who will be graduating May 2020. Hear from the coaches of the baseball, softball, and men’s and women’s lacrosse teams!
05/07/2020 • 3:15pm
President Krislov's Town Call with the Class of 2020, Thursday, May 7, at 12:30 p.m.

Town Call for the Class of 2020

President Krislov hosts a town call especially for the Class of 2020 on Thursday, May 7. Come with your questions and be prepared to chat. He'll be joined by Provost Quiñones, Pleasantville's Dean for Students, NYC's Assistant Dean for Students, and a few more familiar faces.
05/04/2020 • 8:41am
my pace path, student profile, Kadija Shaw

The Client Relations Manager

Kadija Shaw ’21, recently elected PLV President of SGA, has been hard at work as the client relations manager for Pace Connect. She’s leveraging her business savvy with her human resource management experience.
05/01/2020 • 10:31am
Fact-Checking Workshop

Fact-Checking Workshop

Build the skills necessary to identify fake news with Pace Library’s free fact-checking workshop! This 15-minute session will help you learn how to assess the credibility of online articles and boost your digital confidence.
04/30/2020 • 2:39pm
Alumni On-Air

Alumni On-Air

Listen in and read up on a few of our media expert Pace alumni! From breaking news to the latest health and wellness information to pop culture and sports updates, there’s a social Setter for you to follow.
04/30/2020 • 2:27pm
How to Stay Productive During Quarantine

How to Stay Productive During Quarantine

Seidenberg content writer Brittany Benjamin ’22 just shared a few ways she’s keeping busy while social distancing (and yes, that includes scheduling time for self-care). Build your skills, revamp your resume, and more.
04/30/2020 • 2:24pm
Virtual Events Roundup: May 2020

Virtual Events Roundup: May 2020

Coffee and tea meetups. Job recruiter Q&As. Wellness discussion groups. Creative writing workshops. All that and more this month! Be sure to check back, too. We update our virtual event roundups every week.
04/30/2020 • 2:19pm
Green, Students, Google Classroom, Learning

A Teachable Opportunity

Through the use of engaging with Google Classroom and collaborating alongside her students, SOE Clinical Assistant Professor Jennifer Pankowski is finding some unexpected positives that she looks forward to employing in her classroom teaching well after the pandemic is over.
04/30/2020 • 1:37pm
Virtual Celebrations, Class of 2020, Pace Class of 2020, Graduation Cap

Class of 2020 Virtual Celebrations

Save the date and please join the Pace Community for the Class of 2020 virtual celebrations on Wednesday, May 20, at 1:00 p.m. ET.
04/29/2020 • 10:35am
Q&A with Pace's COVID-19 Task Force

Keeping Pace Safe and Connected

This month, Director of Emergency Planning Brian Anderson talked with Opportunitas to discuss Pace's COVID-19 Task Force, and how the University is collectively ensuring Pace remains stronger than ever during these uncertain times.
04/28/2020 • 10:36am
Letter Writing, SetterStandStrong, Notebook, Pace Letters

#SettersStandStrong Letter Campaign

Want to help boost morale within the Pace Community? Join our letter writing campaign! To help boost spirit, Student Affairs is looking for staff and faculty members who might be interested writing a letter or letters to some senior students.
04/28/2020 • 10:13am
Remote Living, Blue and Gold, Online Events, Pace Events

Remote Living at Pace

In partnership with several offices and departments, Pace has created a Remote Living hub complete with all the resources, links, and event information you’ll need to stay connected right now. Join us!
04/27/2020 • 3:28pm

One Pace Strong: Share Your Story

Are you a first responder? Nurse? Cashier? Postal worker? Volunteer? There are many people from the Pace Community who are currently on the front lines of COVID-19, and we want to share your stories. Tell us what you’re facing.
04/27/2020 • 2:39pm
Library, Pace Library, Books, Mortola and Birnbuam Libraries

Pace Library Updates: Spring 2020

Although we may not be able to take full advantage of Pace's physical libraries during our remote learning period, the Mortola and Birnbaum Libraries have enhanced their digital resources and have created a number of initiatives to continue to best support Pace faculty and staff.
04/27/2020 • 1:56pm
Pace Media Shelf, Headphones, Books, Blue

Pace Media Shelf: May 2020

This month, staff from the Mortola and Birnbaum Libraries are here to recommend their favorite books, TV shows, informative YouTube channels, and podcasts, that can both educate and entertain!
04/27/2020 • 1:35pm
Online Wellness, Wellness Tips, Sneakers and Gym Bag

Pace Yourself to Wellness: Online Edition

Social distancing and keeping pace with your exercise routine can be tough. Join Pace's Health and Wellness Committee for virtual workout classes every week that include kickboxing, yoga, and more.
04/27/2020 • 11:49am
Fit to Print, News, Pace Professors, Media Mentions

Fit to Print: May 2020

Pace Professors have been weighing in on everything from supply chain realities during the pandemic, to how to best restart certain industries, to how to maintain a healthy sense of mindfulness in the latest edition of Fit to Print.
04/27/2020 • 11:08am
Advocacy at Pace Q&A

Advocacy at Pace Q&A

Learn about the CARES Act on Tuesday, April 28, when Government and Community Relations teams up with CCAR for a virtual Q&A. They will be answering your questions and providing info on Pace’s advocacy efforts.
04/27/2020 • 9:39am
ITS Remote Work, Working Remotely, Blue

ITS: Working Remotely

Thanks to the diligent work of our ITS team, our University Community is able to continue much of its impactful work during the remote learning period. Be sure to attend an ITS hosted webinar to best maximize some of our remote learning and working tools.
04/26/2020 • 11:30am
President Krislov’s Town Call for Faculty Thursday, April 30, 3:30 p.m.

President Krislov's Town Call for Faculty

President Krislov hosts a town call especially for Pace faculty on Thursday, April 30. Come with your questions and be prepared to chat. He'll be joined by Provost Quiñones, Hillary Knepper, PhD; Joan Walker, PhD; VP for Human Resources Matt Renna, and CIO Paul Dampier.
04/24/2020 • 11:22am
Be the Match, Blue, Green, Bone Marrow, Save Lives

Help Be the Match

For the thousands of people diagnosed every year with life-threatening blood cancers like leukemia and lymphoma, a cure exists. Take the first step to being someone's cure. Become a marrow donor today! Register with Be the Match and they will send a swab kit directly to your home.
04/24/2020 • 10:40am
Professor Is In, Darren Hayes, Seidenberg, Cybersecurity

The Professor Is In: Darren Hayes

Darren Hayes, PhD, discusses new cybersecurity realities during COVID-19, and how to stay ahead of scams, hackers, and general security risks.
04/24/2020 • 10:13am
One Pace Strong: Submit Your Story

One Pace Strong: Submit Your Story

Are you a first responder? Nurse? Cashier? Postal worker? Volunteer? There are many people from the Pace Community who are currently on the front lines of COVID-19, and we want to share your stories. Tell us what you’re facing.
04/23/2020 • 4:29pm
Post-Grad 101

Post-Grad 101

Get the lowdown on post-grad job searching, networking, and more from Pace alumni on Monday, April 27, and Wednesday, April 29. They’ll be joined by the Career Services team to answer all your burning questions!
04/23/2020 • 2:53pm
Artist Talk, Sebastian Hernandez

Artist Talk: Sebastian Hernandez

On Tuesday, April 28, multi-disciplinary artist Sebastian Hernandez will be sharing their experience and influences including queer theory, brownness, feminist theoretical analysis, and their Aztec and Mexica heritage.
04/23/2020 • 2:50pm
Cooking With Chartwells

Cooking With Chartwells

Want to spice up your cooking routine? Join Chartwells’ Senior Executive Chef Roberto Abud and Senior Director of Dining Services John Olsson for a weekly cooking class that will inspire and inform your next at-home recipe.
04/23/2020 • 2:41pm
Research to Practice

Research to Practice

Sit in on an exclusive two-part faculty presentation on Monday, April 27, and Tuesday, April 28, to learn more about the research of these Dyson professors their and exploration of issues facing nonprofits and social enterprises.
04/23/2020 • 2:36pm
Writing Center Virtual Tutoring

Writing Center Virtual Tutoring

Writing a paper? Need help tackling an upcoming assignment? Schedule an appointment with the Writing Centers today! Pace’s tutors are on hand to assist regardless of what stage you’re at in the writing process.
04/23/2020 • 2:33pm
History Is Now

History Is Now

The University Archives and Pace Libraries are documenting how the Pace Community is experiencing and coping with the Coronavirus Pandemic—and you can help! Consider donating any related materials like drawings, photos, and more for preservation.
04/23/2020 • 2:25pm
Setter Success

Setter Success

The names are in! Mellison Arguson ’19 was just announced as a Fulbright award finalist, while Liza Bell ’20 and Arize Lee ’17 are alternates. We’re proud to be Pace Setters! Congratulations to our incredibly hard-working students.
04/23/2020 • 2:22pm
my pace path, student profile, Luca del deo

The Spiritual Educator

Luca Del Deo ’21 came to Pace with a mission: educate and guide his fellow students through meditation classes, and continue his studies into a variety of spiritual traditions so that he may better understand the human condition.
04/23/2020 • 2:19pm
my pace path, student profile, Mackenzie Dolishny

The STEM Scholar

Computer science major Mackenzie Dolishny ’20 had no coding experience when she first came to Pace. She worked hard to catch up, landing internships at the likes of IBM and American Express, and even a full-time job at Microsoft.
04/17/2020 • 1:27pm
Summer Research Award Program 2020

Summer Research Award 2020

Apply by Friday, May 8, for a chance to earn a $1,000 stipend to conduct faculty-mentored research this summer! Projects can be strictly research-based or even artistic—get creative, and grab this opportunity while it lasts.
04/16/2020 • 5:03pm
Be the Match

Be the Match

For the thousands of people diagnosed every year with life-threatening blood cancers like leukemia and lymphoma, a cure exists. Take the first step to being someone's cure. Become a marrow donor today! Register with Be the Match and they will send a swab kit directly to your home.
04/16/2020 • 4:52pm
​2020 Graduate Admission Virtual Info Sessions

2020 Graduate Admission Info Sessions

PaceU’s Office of Graduate Admission hosts virtual information sessions throughout the academic year. Learn more about Pace’s graduate degree programs, what Pace has to offer, and what it takes to apply.
04/16/2020 • 4:46pm
Virtual Programs Submissions

Virtual Programs Submissions

Attention all PaceU student clubs and organizations! If you’re interested in hosting a virtual event and you’d like to see it promoted by us across Pace’s social accounts, now’s your chance. We’re accepting submissions!
04/16/2020 • 4:40pm
Alumni-Student Mentoring Program

Alumni-Student Mentoring Program

By signing up for our Alumni-Student Mentoring Program, you’ll get to choose your own mentor from our Pace alumni network, get an exclusive peek into the industry of your choice, and even hone your interviewing skills.
04/16/2020 • 4:38pm
Wildlife Rehabilitation Webinar

Wildlife Rehabilitation Webinar

Learn when to intervene—and when to stay away—when you encounter a wild animal. Wildlife expert Patrick Moore will be hosting a live webinar on Wednesday, April 22, with more information about respecting nature!
04/16/2020 • 4:36pm
Amateur Night 2020

Amateur Night 2020

The contestants are in! P.A.C.E. Board is featuring all the Amateur Night performers on their Instagram account, and they are throwing it DOWN. From dance routines to spoken word to vocal performances, these Setters have serious talent.
04/16/2020 • 4:35pm
Faculty-Led Programs: Fall 2020

Faculty-Led Programs: Fall 2020

Earn credits, explore your passions, and expand your world through one of our faculty-led study abroad programs! Enroll by Friday, May 1, for the chance to travel to Belgium, Costa Rica, South Africa, the UK, and more in January 2021.
04/16/2020 • 4:27pm
President Krislov’s Town Call for Staff Wednesday, April 22, 2020 3:00 p.m.

President Krislov's Town Call for Staff

President Krislov hosts a town call especially for Pace staff on Wednesday, April 22. Come with your questions and be prepared to chat. He'll be joined by Provost Quiñones, VP for Human Resources Matt Renna, Chief Information Officer Paul Dampier, and VP for Administrative Operations and Technology Nicole Thompson-Williams.
04/16/2020 • 3:15pm
President Krislov's Town Call With Pace University Students Thursday, April 16 at 12:30 p.m.

President Krislov's Town Call

President Krislov hosts a town call especially for Pace students on Thursday, April 16. Come with your questions and be prepared to chat. He'll be joined by Provost Quiñones, Pleasantville's Dean for Students, NYC's Assistant Dean for Students, and a few more familiar faces.
04/10/2020 • 3:58pm
my pace path, student profile, Aissatou Gningue

The Ardent Accountant

Aissatou Gningue ’22, majoring in both public accounting and political science with a minor in pre-law, is eyeing a career at the United Nations one day. For now, though, she’s racking up internships and launching her own student club.
04/10/2020 • 12:23pm

Webinars for Faculty and Staff

Human Resources’ Talent Development team is excited to announce two new webinars to provide support and guidance as you adapt to working remotely, as well as online versions of our current Management and Professional Skills Training curriculum.
04/10/2020 • 10:18am
ōMA Online: Virtual Programs

ōMA Online: Virtual Programs

Discussions on social justice. Art competitions. Food assistance. Knitting sessions. The Office of Multicultural Affairs (ōMA) is going virtual with all their events in Spring 2020, and you’re invited! Join them as they continue to bring Pace together.
04/09/2020 • 4:43pm
2020 Kelly Herbert Writing Award

2020 Kelly Herbert Writing Award

Submit an LGBTQA+ essay for a chance to win $500! Topics may explore queer identity, issues, realities, life, and love. You have until Friday, April 24, to submit. The winner will be recognized at this year’s virtual Lavender Graduation ceremony!
04/09/2020 • 4:28pm
2020 Research Day

2020 Research Day

Present your research and artistic projects at the first-ever virtual Research Day! Submissions are due by Monday, April 20, for all Pace undergrad students who are interested in participating in this exciting collaborative event.
04/09/2020 • 4:25pm
Virtual Programming Series

Virtual Programming Series

Have you heard? The centers for Student Development and Campus Activities on both campuses are joining forces to offer Pace students ways to get involved (virtually!) every week. We’re talking collab Spotify playlists, Netflix watch parties, and more.
04/09/2020 • 4:21pm
Setter Stories, Pace Athletics

Setter Stories

Pace Athletics is celebrating a few incredible student-athlete stories from the past year. From growing up on a Native American reservation to traveling from Serbia to being deployed to Afghanistan twice, our students truly have the Setter spirit.
04/09/2020 • 4:13pm
Cyber Setters Spirit Week

Cyber Setters Spirit Week

It’s Spirit Week, #PaceU! Win prizes by participating in a TikTok competition, posting your #ThrowbackThursday photos or videos, boosting your motivational playlist, and of course, showing off your Pace swag.
04/09/2020 • 4:07pm
Remote Living: Pace Goes Virtual

Remote Living: Pace Goes Virtual

You’re an important member of the Pace Community. That’s why, in partnership with several offices and departments, we’re launching a site with all the resources, links, and event information you’ll need to stay connected right now. Join us!
04/09/2020 • 4:02pm
Sexual Violence Awareness Month

Sexual Violence Awareness Month

The Peer Advocates Against Sexual Assault (PAASA) at Pace are raising awareness about sexual violence through deep discussions, artwork, empowering messages, and even a virtual Take Back the Night event.
04/03/2020 • 1:21pm
my pace path, student profile, Alyssa trimm

The Designer-of-All-Trades

Kappa Delta sister Alyssa Trimm ’20 specializes in a variety of areas. From film to English writing and literature to extensive experience in design, she’s ready for any challenge—and she’s also a huge Jeopardy fan.
04/03/2020 • 11:23am
Virtual Events Roundup: April 2020

Virtual Events Roundup: April 2020

Dance party with DJ Zeke. Movie watch party. Creating your DIY vision board with Pace Women in Tech. Everyday Activism with CCAR. We’re rolling out all the virtual events for April 2020 to keep you connected, Setters!
04/02/2020 • 4:31pm
Mental Wellness Workshops

Mental Wellness Workshops

Meditation. Avoiding burnout. Self-care during quarantine. Maintaining a healthy work/life balance. Intuitive eating. Mental wellness is just as important as physical, and we curated a list of virtual self-care workshops just for you.
04/02/2020 • 2:15pm
Become an English Language Institute Partner

Become an ELI Partner

Pen pals are a wonderful way to make new friendships that could last a lifetime, and the English Language Institute (ELI) at Pace wants to connect you with one! Sign up for their conversation program to start writing today.
04/02/2020 • 2:02pm
Share Your Living Room Performances

Share Your Living Room Performances

Are you on TikTok? Have you been posting a ton of videos to pass the time? Share your performances with SDACA while you social distance for a chance to be featured on their Instagram! Let’s see what you got, PaceU.
04/02/2020 • 1:52pm
Earth Month 2020

Earth Month 2020

Dyson College is celebrating Earth Month by highlighting strategies you can take to help the environment right now—even as we social distance. Take a virtual tour of an art gallery, check out their book recs, and more ways to get involved.
04/02/2020 • 1:45pm
young african american man in business clothing at a desk looking at a laptop

Going Remote with Career Services

Career Services has transitioned all of their career-readiness services to virtual formats. Get connected now for help with resumes, 30-second pitches, internship placements, and jobs after graduation. Plus, help for parents who have lost work as a result of COVID-19.
03/31/2020 • 11:14am
President Krislov's Zoom Chat with Undergraduate Students Thursday, April 2 at 3:00 p.m.

President Krislov's Zoom Chat

President Krislov hosts his first interactive Zoom chat especially for Pace's undergraduate students on Thursday, April 2. Come with your questions and be prepared to chat. He'll be joined by Provost Quiñones, Pleasantville's Dean for Students, and NYC's Assistant Dean for Students.
03/27/2020 • 5:42pm
my pace path, student profile, Peyton Wejnert

The Corporate Athlete

Basketball star and finance major Peyton Wejnert ’20 boasts the best of both worlds: he’s competitive on and off the court, securing a coveted position at PwC for the fall. His secret? “Mental toughness.”
03/26/2020 • 4:26pm
laptop, smartphone, student success, remote learning

Student Success During Remote Learning

We might not be on campus right now, but the student success professionals are still here for you! Pace’s Learning Center, student advising, and tutoring are now available online. Check it out.
03/26/2020 • 3:24pm
Deals and Freebies While Social Distancing

Deals and Freebies While Social Distancing

While most of us are practicing social distancing and staying inside as much as possible, that doesn’t mean we can’t make the most of the situation! Here are 15 free and inexpensive ways to stay connected and keep busy.
03/26/2020 • 2:40pm
Virtual Event Roundup

Virtual Event Roundup

Pace is now virtual, and many departments as well as student clubs and organizations are getting creative about how to stay connected. Hop in on one of their Zoom meetings, brush up your Adobe skills with a tutorial, and more!
03/26/2020 • 2:04pm
Free eBooks and Textbook Returns

Free eBooks and Textbook Returns

Until Monday, May 25, you officially have access to a huge resource: free ebooks! See if your textbook is listed, and be sure to take advantage of free shipping in order to send back any textbook rentals you might have.
03/26/2020 • 1:54pm
Fitness Online: Health and Wellness

Fitness Online: Health and Wellness

Social distancing and keeping pace with your exercise routine can be tough in 2020. Join Pace's Health and Wellness Committee for virtual workout classes every week that include kickboxing, yoga, and even a weekly step challenge with prizes.
03/26/2020 • 1:39pm
Clouds, Coping, Stress Free, Blue Background

Coping Emotionally with COVID-19

To help ease some of the high stress and uncertainty amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis, the Counseling Center is checking in with a handy mental health guide, plus we share information about resources available to Pace employees through Cigna.
03/26/2020 • 10:26am
Professor Is In, Sally Dickerson, Stress and COVID-19

The Professor Is In: Sally Dickerson

Worry. Anxiety. Grief. The brain-body response to stress is powerful. Dyson Professor of Psychology Sally Dickerson, PhD, discusses human stress responses and ways to best mitigate potential external stressors in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
03/26/2020 • 9:47am
Research, Pace Professors, Student-Faculty Research

Impactful Research at Pace

At Pace, the research never stops! Read on to check out some of the unique and thought-provoking research that Pace University professors (and in many cases, with the help of students) have been conducting.
03/25/2020 • 10:34am
Pace Professors, Fit to Print, COVID-19 News

Fit to Print: Professors On COVID-19

Pace professors have been sharing their expertise with the media during the COVID-19 pandemic; talking about affected industries, habit adjustment, remote learning, and more.
03/24/2020 • 4:13pm
Media Shelf, Media Rec, Headphones, Books, Pace

Pace Media Shelf: April 2020

Looking for suggestions on what to read, watch, or listen to during quarantine? Pace's Media Shelf is back, complete with recommendations from your fellow Pace Community members!
03/24/2020 • 2:23pm
Quarantine, Things to Do, Quarantine Freebies, COVID-19

15 Free and Inexpensive Quarantine Activities

We're all stuck inside, but that doesn't necessarily mean we can't make the most of the situation! Here are 15 free or inexpensive ways to make the most of your time while still practicing social distancing.
03/24/2020 • 1:20pm
COVID, Blue, Staff, Pace Staff COVID-19

COVID-19: Resources for Staff

As we adjust many of our University operations to a remote environment, please refer to the following guide for essential resources and information for Pace staff, including Employee and Labor Relations, mail services, hosting Zoom meetings, and more.
03/24/2020 • 10:35am
COVID, Blue, Faculty, Pace Faculty COVID

COVID-19: Resources for Faculty

As we adjust our teaching and learning environments to help slow the spread of COVID-19, please refer to the following guide for essential information and resources for Pace faculty.
03/24/2020 • 10:06am
Illness and Exposure, COVID Pace, PACE, COVID-19

COVID-19: Reporting Illness and Exposure

As a member of the Pace Community, if you have concerns about illness or exposure, it's vitally important to adhere to the following guidelines.
03/24/2020 • 9:28am
PACEspectives, COVID PACEspectives, Purple

The World-Changing Impact of COVID-19

In this month's PACEspectives, professors across a number of different fields weigh in on how COVID-19 has changed the world overnight, and will likely continue to do so for years and decades to come.
03/23/2020 • 10:58am
Important Information for Residential Students

Important Info for Residential Students

If you’re a residential student at Pace, review our guide with all the information you will need regarding move-out, forms, updates, and procedures. We’re stronger together, and we’re here to assist you as we all adjust to these new changes.
03/20/2020 • 4:51pm
Free Internet for Students

Free Internet for Students

Now that you’re plugged in for remote learning, take a look at all the deals available to you as a student. You may qualify for free internet access, not to mention unlimited data and free public hot spots for a limited time.
03/20/2020 • 4:09pm
Advocacy and Social Justice Resources

Advocacy and Social Justice Resources

Know the facts, engage with issues related to the coronaviurs (COVID-19), safely take action, and learn more about advocacy work while maintaining social distancing. You can make a difference! Follow these guidelines from the CCAR team.
03/20/2020 • 3:39pm
Math Anxiety Online Workshops

Math Anxiety Online Workshops

Feeling anxious about math class or an upcoming exam? Build your confidence starting Monday, March 30, in one of these online workshops to help you succeed in a remote learning setting.
03/20/2020 • 3:13pm
Dining Services, Spring 2020

Dining Services: Spring 2020

Both Kessel Café (PLV Campus) and Café 101 (NYC Campus) are rolling out new dining hours to ensure the health and safety of all Pace students. Check out their list of takeout options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
03/20/2020 • 10:54am
Remote Library Resources, Spring 2020

Remote Library Resources: Spring 2020

The Pace Libraries may have closed their physical doors, but they’re far from closed online. Get the help you need during Pace’s remote learning period through digital workshops and a brand-new site exclusively for students in need of Library support!
03/20/2020 • 10:14am
Coping Emotionally with COVID-19, counseling center

Coping Emotionally with COVID-19

To help ease some of the high stress and uncertainty amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis, the Counseling Center is checking in with a handy mental health guide. Try their breathing exercises, mindfulness techniques, apps to download, and more.
03/19/2020 • 3:51pm
Returning Student Room Selection Process

Returning Student Room Selection Process

If you’re planning on dorming again in Fall 2020, please make sure you submit your housing application by Friday, March 27 (PLV Campus), or Monday, March 30 (NYC Campus) in order to secure your spot—along with your roommates!
03/05/2020 • 4:43pm
2020 Summer Funded Internships

2020 Summer Funded Internships

Billion Oyster Project. 9/11 Tribute Museum. Women Make Movies. Control Arms. Looking for an internship? Apply by Sunday, April 19, to be considered for the Wilson Center’s popular summer funded internship program!
03/05/2020 • 2:27pm
student profile, my pace path, Holly Rae Phillips

The Executive Manager

Holly Rae Phillips ’20 served as SGA’s Lubin Prez and Executive Parliamentarian, won awards with the Mock Trial team, and even interned at the White House. But did you know she played Bobby Cannavale’s daughter on HBO’s Boardwalk Empire?
03/05/2020 • 12:35pm
Submit Your Photos for Commencement

Submit Your Photos for Commencement

Interested in having your favorite college memory captured in the 2020 Commencement video? Submit your Pace pics by Wednesday, April 22, for a chance to be included in a video shared right before the ceremony for everyone to see!
03/05/2020 • 12:19pm
LGBTQA+ Research and Activist Praxis Symposium

LGBTQA+ Research and Activist Symposium

Pace’s first-ever LGBTQA+ Research and Activist Praxis Symposium is here! Submit a proposal by Friday, March 27, in order to present your work regarding LGBTQA+ and intersecting topics. We’ll see you at the Symposium on Friday, April 17.
03/05/2020 • 12:17pm
Pace’s Got Talent

Pace’s Got Talent (PLV)

This is your moment, Pace U! Apply by Friday, March 13, to perform any and all of your talents at the Programming Board’s annual Pace’s Got Talent event. You’ll compete not only for bragging rights, but for the grand prize: $100.
03/05/2020 • 12:13pm
2020 Setter Leadership Awards

2020 Setter Leadership Awards (NYC)

The annual Setter Leadership Awards are almost here. Nominate outstanding individuals and organizations for their exemplary leadership by Thursday, March 12. Get the recognition you deserve!
03/05/2020 • 12:11pm
Faculty Art Show

Faculty Art Show (PLV)

Join the Art Department on Wednesday, March 11, for an exclusive exhibit of original art by Pace faculty! There will be hors d’oeuvres and a raffle where you could win a free Bluetooth speaker or sound-activated LED lights.
03/05/2020 • 12:06pm
March Update on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

March Update on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Pace University is closely monitoring the evolving public health situation with Coronavirus (COVID-19). Read on to learn more about the University's updated travel policies, support offered by University Health Care, and more.
03/05/2020 • 12:02pm
Coronavirus (COVID-19) information for faculty and staff

March Update on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Pace University is closely monitoring the evolving public health situation with Coronavirus (COVID-19). Read on to learn more about the University's updated travel policies, support offered by University Health Care, and more.
03/04/2020 • 9:07am
my pace path, student profile, nathan siegel

The PR Specialist

Presidents Scholar Nathan Siegel ’20 is a specialist in communications with several internships and Pace Press credits to his name. But it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work the premiere of Netflix’s Black Mirror that solidified his passion for PR.
02/28/2020 • 11:15am
safety and security events, safety and security training

Safety and Security Events: Spring 2020

Be prepared for a variety of emergency situations thanks to the Pace Safety and Security Training series. Learn potentially life-saving medical procedures, how to respond to unexpected hazards, and much more this spring. Stay safe!
02/27/2020 • 3:50pm
pace summer housing

Pace Summer Housing 2020

Did you sign up for summer classes? What about eyeing an internship? Pace offers housing even when most people are on break. Register to dorm on the PLV or NYC campus for access to a variety of Pace facilities, not to mention a central locale.
02/27/2020 • 3:48pm
Career Services Roundup, march 2020

Career Services Roundup: March 2020

Prep for the big Job and Internship Fair coming up on Wednesday, April 1, by grabbing a free outfit at the Pop-Up Career Closet, workshopping your resume and cover letter, perfecting your pitch, and so much more.
02/27/2020 • 3:46pm
PrideWorks 2020

PrideWorks 2020 (PLV)

The annual conference for LGBTQA+ youth and allies is coming to Pace! On Wednesday, March 18, join us for a day of workshops and seminars along with keynote speaker Nyle DiMarco, a model, actor, and Deaf activist.
02/27/2020 • 3:37pm
Athletics Roundup, pace athletics

Athletics Roundup: March 2020

It’s all about our intrepid Pace Setters this spring! Root, root, root for our baseball and softball teams, and cheer on our women’s and men’s lacrosse as they defend our turf against the competition.
02/27/2020 • 3:34pm
PLV Events Roundup

PLV Events Roundup: March 2020

Test your abilities at Guess That Song trivia night, challenge yourself at Fear Factor, compete in Silent Library, and come face-to-face with the wolves at the Wolf Conservation Center. The PLV Campus is bringing the heat!
02/27/2020 • 3:11pm
nyc campus events

NYC Events Roundup: March 2020

Battle of the Clubs. The Bachelor watch party. Let’s Talk About It series to combat mental health stigma. SDACA’s highly anticipated Culture Fest. Spring is coming, and so are events on the NYC Campus!
02/27/2020 • 2:19pm
mortola library game nights

Mortola Library Game Nights (PLV)

Are you a Monopoly whiz? What about an Apples to Apples enthusiast? How about a Settlers of Catan strategist? The Mortola Library is hosting several game nights! Friday, March 6, is the next one. Come for pizza and plenty of competition.
02/27/2020 • 12:00pm
Fit to Print Spring 2020, Gershman, Krislov, Pace professors news,  media mentions

Fit to Print: March 2020

Pace professors are making headlines in everything ranging from the Coronavirus outbreak, to immigration law, to big tech, and much more in this month's Fit to Print.
02/25/2020 • 3:49pm
Pace Faculty, March 2020 Faculty

Faculty Corner: March 2020

Attend an upcoming workshop to sharpen your teaching skills; and save the date for the second annual student success and retention retreat, held on June 2 in New York City.
02/25/2020 • 3:42pm
ITS, ITS News, Pace ITS

ITS Connect: March 2020

ITS debuts a new texting communication channel, plus a pilot test for a new web conferencing system.
02/25/2020 • 3:36pm

NYC Master Plan: March 2020

Beginning this summer, Pace will rebuild floors four, five, and six of One Pace Plaza West into a modern learning environment with high-tech instructional tools conducive to contemporary and future methods of teaching and learning.
02/25/2020 • 3:32pm
Parent Child Institute, Pace PCI

Promoting Positive Parenting

The Parent-Child Institute at Pace University is offering 10 free sessions to parents and their children to better understand and develop positive parenting beliefs.
02/25/2020 • 3:25pm
Setter Success, March 2020 Setter Success

Setter Success: March 2020

Two different organizations at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law are impressing at regional and national competitions; plus, Professor Darren Hayes, DPS, was recognized for his continued work in addressing cybercrime vulnerabilities.
02/25/2020 • 3:19pm
March HR Updates, HR March

What’s Happening in HR: March 2020

Spring is here—and in addition to that pesky spring cleaning, now’s a great time to start to get ahead of your financial planning goals with TIAA. Plus, an employee recognition ceremony at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law.
02/25/2020 • 3:13pm

The Professor Is In: Peter McDermott

SOE's Peter McDermott chats with Opportunitas about technology’s growing role in literacy education, ways teacher-educators can truly make a difference, and more in this month’s Professor Is In.
02/25/2020 • 11:41am

Research: The Politics of Relationships

Dyson Assistant Professor Courtney Gosnell, PhD, and Cassandra McKenna ’20 have been researching the factors that help or hurt individuals maintain close relationships with family or friends whose political views differ from their own.
02/25/2020 • 11:14am
my pace path, student profile, Alexander Romans

The Late-Night Artist

Alexander Romans ’21 only started painting last summer, but he’s already taking the art world by storm. Known as Harris-Lee Rose, he’s been featured in art exhibitions both locally and internationally, and he’s even posting videos of his late-night painting sessions.
02/18/2020 • 3:02pm
first-generation college students, first-gen proud campaign

First-Gen Proud Campaign

Are you a first-generation college student? Want to share a little bit about your story with the entire Pace Community? We want to hear from you! Submit to be featured on Orca screens across both campuses.
02/18/2020 • 12:45pm
The Future of Meat?, resilience summit, dyson

The Future of Meat? (NYC)

Did you know Americans eat four times as much meat than the global average? On Friday, March 6, Dyson will examine this phenomenon at a one-day conference focusing on sustainability in the era of global heating.
02/18/2020 • 12:02pm
Black Excellence Banquet, plv campus, black student union

Black Excellence Banquet (PLV)

The fifth annual Black Excellence Banquet is here! Join the Black Student Union on Saturday, February 29, as they celebrate black excellence and all their important accomplishments on the PLV Campus.
02/18/2020 • 11:50am
Julio Down by the Schoolyard, ppa, pace performing arts

Julio Down by the Schoolyard (NYC)

Starting Tuesday, February 25, join Pace Performing Arts as they perform a new play examining the fear and outrage that ignited in Jackson Heights following the murder of Julio Rivera, a gay Puerto Rican man.
02/18/2020 • 11:06am
my pace path, student profile, Angie Siguenza

The Financial Executive

SGA’s Executive Vice President Angie Siguenza ’21 is a first-gen student who speaks three languages, landed a spot in the prestigious Goldman Sachs Women’s Leadership Camp, and, oh yeah, she even boxes.
02/13/2020 • 4:17pm
Dyson Seminars, Spring 2020, humanities and social sciences

Dyson Seminars: Spring 2020 (NYC)

From the social construction of New York to Spain’s “Pact of Silence” to the identity of Canadian Kashubs, Dyson is inviting expert speakers to deliver seminars that will expand your cultural awareness in humanities and the social sciences.
02/13/2020 • 1:10pm
tacos, taco tuesday, food events

Order Up! Tasty Events

Did somebody say Taco Tuesday? Pace is serving up a ton of tasty events that will sate any sweet (or savory) tooth. We’re talking cupcakes, snacks, and one big banquet you won’t want to miss.
02/13/2020 • 1:01pm
Pace at Night

Pace at Night: Spring 2020

Movie nights. Fashion show. Paint n’ sip. Hypnotism. Open mic. Pace is open late, so if you’re looking for fun events to attend after your study sessions, look no further. There’s always something happening on campus!
02/13/2020 • 12:49pm
Job Alert: Associated Press

Job Alert: Associated Press

Get paid to work with the Associated Press during the 2020 US Primary and General Elections! Training begins Thursday, February 27, so punch that ticket and cast your name into the fray.
02/13/2020 • 12:34pm
Pace Votes 2020

Pace Votes 2020

With the US presidential primaries heating up, CCAR is offering a one stop shop for all your voting needs. Join them on Wednesday, March 25, and Wednesday, April 22, to engage in the discussion and get your questions answered!
02/13/2020 • 12:28pm
Commencement, Class of 2020, singers and speakers

Be a Commencement Singer or Speaker

It’s your turn to share with the class—the Class of 2020, that is. Auditions are now open for Commencement singers and speakers! Schedule by Friday, March 13, for an opportunity to address your fellow graduating Setters.
02/13/2020 • 12:13pm
All Black Affair, black student union

All Black Affair (NYC)

Celebrate the Black Student Union’s 50th anniversary at Pace on Friday, February 28. It’s all about black tie, black-owned businesses, and black excellence.
02/13/2020 • 12:11pm
Brown Bag Lunch with the Provost

Brown Bag Lunch with the Provost

Free for lunch? Come hang out with Provost Vanya Quiñones, PhD, on Wednesday, February 26 (NYC), or Monday, March 2 (PLV). There will be refreshments and great discussions.
02/13/2020 • 11:54am
Nick Louisma, my pace path, student profile

The IT Entrepreneur

First-gen student Nick Louisma ’20 wanted the best of both worlds when he came to Pace: a major in information systems with a minor in business. Now, he’s honing his skills in cybersecurity while hoping to one day earn his MBA.
02/06/2020 • 12:41pm
SunflowerHack 2020

SunflowerHack 2020 (NYC)

Calling all coders: Pace Women in Tech will be hosting an all-day hackathon on Saturday, February 29. No previous coding experience required! Just bring your laptop and get ready to compete for prizes.
02/06/2020 • 10:18am
lgbtqa+ and social justice center, spring 2020 events

Creating Community: Spring 2020 (NYC)

The LGBTQA+ and Social Justice Center is back in action with weekly discussion groups, workshops, events, and more. Brighten up your spring semester and join them as they continue to facilitate safe spaces on the NYC Campus.
02/06/2020 • 10:16am
Opportunities at Pace 2020

Opportunity at Pace 2020

From a storytelling fellowship to a travel fund for academic conferences to a social impact leadership development program, 2020 is shaping up to be a year of opportunity! Bring your A-game and apply now.
02/06/2020 • 9:53am
Lubin Round Table, guest speaker series, Spring 2020

Lubin Round Table: Spring 2020

Your next networking opportunity is here! Join Lubin and their lineup of guest speakers at the highly anticipated Round Table series. You’ll receive expert advice from c-suite leaders in business, and even get a chance to meet them.
02/06/2020 • 9:38am
Pride Hoops Night 2020, Pace Athletics

Pride Hoops Night 2020 (PLV)

Break out the blue and gold with your pride flags, Setters! On Tuesday, February 11, the men’s and women’s basketball teams will be proudly celebrating the LGBTQA+ community here at Pace during their doubleheader.
02/06/2020 • 9:26am
president marvin krislov, pace university president

From the Desk of the President

Spring 2020 is here! Pace President Marvin Krislov has a few words for all returning students about what to expect in the semester—and years—ahead.
02/06/2020 • 9:22am
Mindfulness Month Spring 2020

Mindfulness Month: Spring 2020

Therapy dogs. Sip n’ paint. Adult coloring books. Dodgeball. LGBTQA+ mental health workshop. February is all about mindfulness techniques as you embark on the spring semester. Take advantage!
02/06/2020 • 9:09am
Pace Jobs, Spring 2020

Pace Jobs: Spring 2020

Looking for a J-O-B? Pace University offers employment opportunities to students who are interested in working on campus. Read on to learn more about available opportunities and how to get started.
02/06/2020 • 9:04am
Faculty Corner, Faculty Development Pace

Faculty Corner: February 2020

Nominations for the Kenan Award for Teaching Excellence are open through February 28! Plus, a faculty grant opportunity in the humanities.
02/03/2020 • 3:20pm
Coronavirus (COVID-19) information for faculty and staff

February Update on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The health and safety of our students, staff, and faculty is our top priority. Learn more about the University's recent travel suspension, resources for health and wellness, and academic continuity planning.
02/03/2020 • 10:57am
from the desk of president krislov

From the Desk of President Krislov

President Krislov talks exciting new developments in New York City, and looks ahead to the strong future Pace is building for 2020 and beyond.
02/03/2020 • 10:26am
2020 summer sessions at pace

Summer Sessions 2020

Design for the Internet. Propaganda. Problem-Solving Using LEGO Robotics. Whatever your interest, there’s a class for you! Choose from a variety of online classes and take advantage of this unique opportunity to get ahead.
01/30/2020 • 5:21pm
st. julia clair, student profile, my pace path

The Wise Wordsmith

To-be double alumna Julia St. Clair ’20 has written personal essays, screenplays, teleplays, and even acts in her spare time—all while pursuing an MS in Publishing. But did you know she’s also a Grateful Dead fan?
01/30/2020 • 3:50pm
IPE, Night of Original Works, International Performance Ensemble

IPE’s Night of Original Work (NYC)

Starting Friday, February 7, Pace’s International Performance Ensemble will present their original work developed by students in the BA in Acting and BA in Directing programs. Celebrate their successes before they graduate!
01/30/2020 • 11:57am
Undergrad Research Program

Undergrad Research Program

The limit does not exist on topics you can get funded to research. Attend an info session on either Friday, February 21 (PLV Campus), or Thursday, February 27 (NYC Campus), to learn more about Pace’s Undergrad Research Program.
01/30/2020 • 11:44am
Commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The Office of Multicultural Affairs is proud to host the 20th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration on Tuesday, February 18 (NYC Campus), and Wednesday, February 19 (PLV Campus). Join the discussion honoring his indelible legacy.
01/30/2020 • 11:36am

Art Exhibit: Digestive Systems (NYC)

How we produce and consume food on a daily basis isn’t something we often have to think about. Starting Tuesday, February 4, the Art Department invites you to explore this process in a breakout new art exhibit.
01/30/2020 • 11:32am
pace food pantries, vegetables

Pace Food Pantries: Spring 2020

Three nutritious meals a day is a human right. Visit the Pace Mobile Food Pantry (PLV Campus) or the Provisions Food Pantry (NYC Campus) for a selection of fresh food to take with you.
01/30/2020 • 11:28am
Debating for Democracy Conference

Debating for Democracy Conference

On Friday, February 28, CCAR will host an all-day conference exploring the strategy of successful grassroots campaigns. Learn how best to promote your message from the experts. Free bus service from the PLV Campus!
01/30/2020 • 11:13am
Valentine's Day, Valentine's Week 2020

Valentine’s Week 2020

You’re invited to celebrate—or scorn, we don’t judge—Valentine’s Day at events on both campuses. Crush a love ballad at karaoke, enjoy a movie screening, sate that sweet tooth with chocolate-covered strawberries, and more.
01/30/2020 • 11:10am
ōMA Spring 2020 Events

ōMA Spring 2020 Events (NYC)

Pledge Against Oppression. Social Justice Reading Club. Shades of Women Color Collective. Urban Male Initiative. Pace’s Office of Multicultural Affairs (ōMA) have a Spring 2020 event lineup you won’t want to miss.
01/30/2020 • 10:57am
Fit to Print, Pace Professors, Media Mentions Pace

Fit to Print: February 2020

Pace Professors and staff are starting the year on the right foot, with a number of notable media mentions.
01/28/2020 • 3:11pm

Frederick Douglass Book Prize Award

On Thursday, February 13, Pace will host the 21st Annual Frederick Douglass Book Prize award ceremony, honoring Amy Murrell Taylor and Julius S. Scott.
01/28/2020 • 3:08pm
ITS, P2P, ITS Connect, LinkedIn Learning

ITS Connect: February 2020

ITS reminds Pace Community members to engage in best practices when engaging in P2P sharing, copyright, and file sharing. Plus, get ahead of the pack with LinkedIn Learning!
01/28/2020 • 3:05pm

2019–2020 Jefferson Award Winners

Bravo, Setters! Twelve members of the Pace Community have been selected to receive Jefferson Awards Bronze Medals for their commitment to service.
01/28/2020 • 3:02pm
MLK Commemoration, Martin Luther King Jr., Meek Mill, Pace

Commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The Office of Multicultural Affairs is proud to host the 20th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration in New York City on Tuesday, February 18, and in Westchester on Wednesday, February 19.
01/28/2020 • 2:59pm
Horace Anderson, Mary Baglivo, Pace Leadership

New Leadership at Pace

A new decade brings fresh, exciting leadership! Horace Anderson, JD, was recently appointed Dean of the Elisabeth Haub School of Law and Mary Baglivo was appointed Chief Marketing Officer and Vice President of University Relations.
01/28/2020 • 2:57pm

What Is the Future of Meat?

E. Melanie Dupuis, PhD, talks public perception of meat-eating, the urgency of sustainable food consumption, and more as Dyson prepares for The Future of Meat? Resilience Summit on March 6.
01/28/2020 • 2:55pm
Resilience Summit IV, The Future of Meat, Plant Based

Resilience Summit IV: The Future of Meat?

On Friday, March 6, join the Dyson Institute of Sustainability and the Environment and prominent keynote speakers on the New York City Campus to discuss what, exactly is the future of meat?
01/28/2020 • 2:53pm
blue and gold collage, headshot of a man, the professor is in: frank colella

The Professor Is In: Frank Colella

Lubin Clinical Professor Frank Colella, JD, talks the importance for business students to have a grounding in law, recent tax developments, and more!
01/28/2020 • 2:46pm
Human Resources, Pace HR

What’s Happening in HR: February 2020

From retirement planning to employee recognition, here’s what Pace University faculty and staff need to know from Human Resources in 2020.
01/28/2020 • 2:42pm
Laurianne Gutierrez, my pace path, student profile

The Political Reformer

Laurianne Gutierrez ’21 is proud of her Filipino heritage. She pursued political science because of it, co-launching the Pace Students Against Gun Violence organization and winning an award for her gun reform petition to Senator Chuck Schumer.
01/23/2020 • 2:04pm
oscars, oscar viewing party, new york city events

NYC Events Roundup: January–February

Behind the scenes with David Dobrik. Oscars screening party. Taco Tuesday. Sip n’ paint. Hypnotist performance. Open Mic Night. Graduation countdown party. Spring 2020 is here, and you’ll find plenty of ways to keep busy on the NYC Campus.
01/23/2020 • 11:18am
pancakes, breakfast, pleasantville events

PLV Events Roundup: January–February

Pancake breakfast. Lunar New Year celebration. Dodgeball tournament. Campus Involvement Fair. Sex positivity promotion. Come kick off Spring 2020 at one of the many events happening on the PLV Campus!
01/23/2020 • 11:08am
spring into entrepreneurship

Spring Into Entrepreneurship (NYC)

Bring all your biggest and brightest ideas to the table, PaceU, because the Entrepreneurship Lab and Small Business Development Center are rolling out a ton of unique opportunities in Spring 2020! Learn how to launch the next big business.
01/23/2020 • 10:41am
career fair, career services, networking

Career Services Roundup: January–February

It may still be cold out, but the opportunities at Career Services are heating up. Meet directly with reps from a variety of industries, attend the Multimedia Fair, get down to business at LinkedIn Lab, and so much more.
01/23/2020 • 10:33am
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Athletics Roundup: January–February

Fresh off winter break, the men’s and women’s basketball teams invite you to cheer them on, and of course, to attend their annual Pride Hoops Night where they celebrate Pace’s LGBTQA+ community. Setters never stop!
01/23/2020 • 10:15am
Alternative Spring Break 2020

Alternative Spring Break 2020

If you’d like to give back and volunteer your time to those in need during your spring break, look no further. CCAR is rolling out info sessions on Friday, January 31, and Wednesday, February 5, on both campuses for a unique—and fulfilling—opportunity!
01/23/2020 • 9:57am
study abroad fairs

Study Abroad Fairs: Spring 2020

Portugal. France. Ireland. Japan. Germany. Switzerland. Where will YOU choose to go on your study abroad adventure? Attend an info session on Tuesday, February 4 (NYC), or Wednesday, February 5 (PLV), to find out.
01/23/2020 • 9:52am
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On Track for Spring

When is the last day to add a class? How do I add a minor? Can I still switch my major? If you’ve got any of these questions, this article is for you. Read on to learn more about important dates and deadlines and get the how-tos on advising.
01/23/2020 • 9:49am
state of the university address

State of the University Address 2020

On Monday, February 3, join the Pace Community for President Krislov’s annual State of the University Address, as he discusses Our Strong Future.
01/23/2020 • 9:40am
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2020 State of the University Address

President Krislov is coming to your campus on Monday, February 3, 2020, to discuss where things stand at Pace today and how we’re charting a path forward.

01/10/2020 • 5:55pm

PaceCast: Setter Service

For the latest episode of PaceCast, President Krislov chats with CCAR Associate Director Heather Novak, Executive Director of the Pace Women's Justice Center Cindy Kanusher, and Jefferson Award for Public Service winner Laurianne Gutierrez ’21 about the importance of service on campus.
12/19/2019 • 4:38pm

PaceCast: Setter Service

For the latest episode of PaceCast, President Krislov chats with CCAR Associate Director Heather Novak, Executive Director of the Pace Women's Justice Center Cindy Kanusher, and Jefferson Award for Public Service winner Laurianne Gutierrez ’21 about the importance of service on campus.
12/19/2019 • 4:28pm
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The Risk Analyst

John Carlo Bautista ’21 rose up the ranks working at Pace Mart, PLV’s student-run business, to become HR Manager. As an aspiring risk analyst with professional experience across several industries, he’s got his future planned out.
12/05/2019 • 4:28pm
one pace plaza

A Strategic Plan

We’re entering the third decade of the 21st century and we’re planning to make it our best one yet. In order to do that, we need help from the Pace Community! Learn more about our Strategic Planning process and help shape the future of Pace.
12/05/2019 • 2:08pm

Selling Setter Success

Lubin is selling, and companies across the country are buying. This month, Professor Harvey Markovitz and students Mariama Diallo and Eduardo Flo sat down with Opportunitas to discuss the considerable accomplishments of the Lubin Sales Team, one of Pace’s newest and most exciting extracurricular endeavors.
12/05/2019 • 1:40pm
Actors Studio, Inside the Actors Studio, Treat Williams

Inside the Actors Studio: Treat Williams

Iconic television personality Alec Baldwin will be hosting the next Inside the Actors Studio on Wednesday, December 18. Join us when he interviews celebrated actor, writer, and aviator Treat Williams.
12/05/2019 • 1:35pm
US College Student Survey 2021

US College Student Survey 2021

Got 10 minutes? Share your Pace experience by taking the Times Higher Education US College Student Survey. Your participation will help prospective students all over the world decide where to pursue their degree.
12/05/2019 • 12:53pm
commencement 2020

Getting Ready to Walk

There are only a few months left until Commencement! If you’ll be walking in May 2020, be sure to note the deadlines for registration and ordering your cap and gown. We can’t wait to celebrate you on the big day.
12/05/2019 • 11:20am
Pace Magazine, Fall 2019

Pace Magazine: Fall 2019

Are you keeping up with Pace Magazine? Catch the latest issue featuring 15 alumni-owned businesses including Nom Wah (Wilson Tang ’00), Woops! (Gal Danay ’09 and Pooja Chandnani Danay ’09), Drive Change (Jordyn Lexton ’12), and more!
12/05/2019 • 11:15am
Student Film Screening, Fall 2019

Student Film Screening: Fall 2019 (NYC)

Lights. Camera. Setters! On Monday, December 16, Film and Screen Studies students will unveil the work they wrote, produced, and directed themselves. Come meet the next generation of visionary filmmakers.
12/05/2019 • 11:14am
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Study Break with Pace Athletics (PLV)

Pizza, hot dogs, soda, and supporting your Pace Setters! On Tuesday, December 10, take a break from studying at the back-to-back Men’s and Women’s Basketball games. You just might win a free t-shirt, too.
12/05/2019 • 11:12am
Leadership Excursion 2020

Leadership Excursion 2020

Student Affairs invite you to join them on their fourth annual Leadership Excursion the weekend of Saturday, February 15. This year they’ll be exploring the historic monuments, museums, and attractions in Philadelphia.
12/05/2019 • 10:56am
Inside the Actors Studio, Treat Williams, Alec Baldwin

Inside the Actors Studio: Treat Williams

Iconic television personality Alec Baldwin will be hosting the next Inside the Actors Studio on Wednesday, December 18. Join us when he interviews celebrated actor, writer, and aviator Treat Williams.
12/05/2019 • 9:04am
Faculty Corner, Faculty Development Pace

Faculty Corner: December 2019

The United States Department of Energy is looking for students and faculty members to get involved in its mutually beneficial Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship and Visiting Faculty Program. Plus, nominations for the Kenan Award for Teaching Excellence are now open!
12/04/2019 • 2:57pm
Fit to Print, Pace Professors, Media Mentions Pace

Fit To Print: December 2019

Professors are closing out 2019 with some impressive media mentions, covering everything from the impeachment inquiry, to healthy holiday habits, to dating expertise.
12/04/2019 • 2:55pm
Giving Tuesday, Thank You

#GivingTuesday Thanks You

Bravo, Setter community! Through our charitable efforts, we were able to unlock an additional $250,000 gift courtesy of the Pace Board of Trustees!
12/04/2019 • 2:50pm
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Helping Out for the Holidays

There are plenty of opportunities to make the holidays a little brighter for those in need. Plus, did you know that full- and part-time employees get paid time off for volunteering? Read on to find out more!
12/04/2019 • 2:45pm
its connect

ITS Connect: December 2019

Learn more about the new and updated content added to the ITS Help Center, as well as useful online tutorials with LinkedIn Learning.
12/04/2019 • 2:41pm
Pace Magazine, Magazine Fall 2019

Pace Magazine: Fall 2019

Extra, extra—the fall 2019 edition of Pace Magazine is hot off the presses! Read about alumni-owned businesses that are making a splash, a recent law school graduate who is truly making a difference, and an alumna who is finding major success in the NFL.
12/04/2019 • 2:39pm
Wellness, Pace Yourself to Wellness

Pace Yourself to Wellness: December 2019

The Health and Wellness Committee is excited to present its current and upcoming health and wellness programs—as we head into the holidays, be sure to make some time for self-care!
12/04/2019 • 2:37pm
Research, Pace Student Faculty Research

Research: Building a Sustainable Newsroom

Dyson Assistant Professor Mirjana Pantic, PhD, and Jade Perez ’20 have been studying the ever-changing journalism industry, with a research focus on building a model for an economically and qualitatively sustainable newsroom.
12/04/2019 • 2:30pm
SOTU, Krislov

State of the University Address 2020

On Monday, February 3, join the Pace Community for President Krislov’s annual State of the University Address, as he discusses Our Strong Future.
12/04/2019 • 2:28pm

Setter Success: Fall 2019

A lot has been accomplished this semester at Pace—from outstanding individual achievements, to another national championship for the Fed Challenge team, to a commitment to sustainable initiatives in Westchester.
12/04/2019 • 2:24pm
Human Resources, Pace HR

What’s Happening in HR: December 2019

Resolve to improve your financial planning skills as we head into the New Year! Plus, important information about minimum wage increases in Westchester.
12/04/2019 • 2:16pm
Bulldog dressed as a doctor the dogtor will see you now therapy dogs at pace university

Therapy Dogs 2019

Finals are here. You’re stressed. You’re feeling under the weather. Lucky for you, the dogtors will see you…in both NYC and PLV.
11/26/2019 • 2:15pm

Your Thoughts on Pace

Want to tell The Princeton Review about your experience as a Pace student? Want to win $50 in Flex Dollars? Eager for an Amazon gift card? Here’s your chance to do it all.
11/26/2019 • 10:39am
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The Final(s) Countdown

With study season in full swing, consider this a friendly check-in. Are you taking advantage of the Counseling and Tutoring centers? What about stress management sessions at the library? We’re here for you during finals!
11/22/2019 • 3:14pm
dining services at pace

Eat Up 2019

Dining on campus is an integral part of student life at Pace. From food to feedback and from gluten-free to GrubHub, here are some of the improvements we’ve made when it comes to on-campus dining.
11/22/2019 • 2:15pm
Hifza Rahim, Sushmitha Muddat, Manushi Dave, my pace path, student profile

The Winners’ Circle

Grad students Hifza Rahim ’19, Sushmitha Mudda ’20, and Manushi Dave ’20, just won the top prize at A+E Networks’ 2019 Interactive Case Competition for their new streaming model pitch. And they beat out Ivy Leagues!
11/22/2019 • 11:56am
Midnight Breakfast at Pace University Cartoon of coffee toast bacon and eggs

Breakfast Club: Midnight Edition

Join your fellow Setters for one of Pace’s tastiest traditions: the end-of-semester midnight breakfast! Events are happening on December 5 (NYC) and December 9 (PLV). What a way to wrap up the Fall 2019 semester!
11/21/2019 • 4:38pm
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Career Services Roundup: December 2019

Before you head out for winter break, be sure to brush up your resume and get your cover letter reviewed at a Career Services workshop this month! They’re offering tips and tricks for interviewing, too, just in time for an opportunity in the new year.
11/21/2019 • 3:00pm
nyc events round up: december 2019 microphone

NYC Events Roundup: December 2019

We’re ramping up to winter break with events like comedy shows, an ’80s aerobics class, acoustic night, ice skating, and plenty of parties—with food! Let’s close out the fall semester in a BIG way.
11/21/2019 • 1:22pm
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PLV Events Roundup: December 2019

Beat the chill (and chill out!) with paint night, a Nature Center animals meet-up, open mic night, fall play performances, and a pizza party extravaganza that might convert you to pineapple toppings. Maybe. We’re not promising anything.
11/21/2019 • 1:18pm
DancesPace 2019 with date and time information

DancesPace 2019

PPA’s commercial dance students let it all jazz, tap, and hip hop out for their annual showcase starting Friday, December 6. This annual showcase features a semester’s work of craft and dance.
11/21/2019 • 1:16pm
winter break information

See You in Spring!

As the Fall 2019 semester comes to a close, here is the information you need to know as a residential student on Pace’s NYC and PLV campuses. Read on for info about check-out, hall closure, spring move-in, and more!
11/21/2019 • 1:14pm
setter success stories

Setter Success Stories 2019

We’re celebrating recent wins and successes from our P4K dance participants, SOE grad students, Model United Nations team, grad student media mavens, and yet another national championship from the College Federal Reserve Challenge team. Setters never stop!
11/21/2019 • 1:01pm
'tis the season at pace 2019 happy snowman

2019 Holiday Celebrations at Pace

’Tis the season, Setters! We’re ramping up to winter break with a whole slew of spirited events to get you in the holiday spirit. Ice skating in Central Park, the 15th Annual Holiday Bazaar, a party inspired by The Office, and more.
11/21/2019 • 12:52pm
lovid, thread through the eye, art installation

LoVid: Thread Through the Eye (NYC)

Join dynamic art duo Tali Hinkis and Kyle Lapidus, better known as LoVid, on Tuesday, December 3, for a showing of their latest art installation that combines digital and analog processes. There will also be a lecture!
11/21/2019 • 12:44pm
pace tournaments, challenges

New Challenger Approaching

Bring your A-game to a chess tournament, Smash Bros. challenge, or dodgeball face-off for the ultimate bragging rights—or simply to have a good time. All skill levels are welcome! Setters have serious game.
11/21/2019 • 12:37pm
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Good Food for a Good Cause

Setters are serving up cookies, cupcakes, and more for a good cause! Join in Active Minds’ efforts to combat mental health stigma, help HeForShe in their fundraising efforts, and meet with Alpha Chi Rho to raise awareness about autism.
11/21/2019 • 12:27pm
imposter syndrome talk

Let’s Talk About It: Imposter Syndrome (NYC)

Imposter syndrome is a very real phenomenon that many students face. Learn more on Monday, December 2, when Pace Women in Tech take on this important topic and share their experiences as women in STEM.
11/21/2019 • 12:24pm
Inside the Actors Studio, Lupita Nyong’o, Uzo Aduba

Inside the Actors Studio: Lupita Nyong’o

On November 25, you’re invited to a taping of Inside the Actors Studio with guest host and award-winning actress Uzo Aduba. She will be joined by Lupita Nyong’o, an award-winning actress, producer, and NYT bestselling author.
11/19/2019 • 10:28am
joseph allen, student profile, my pace path

The Artistic Athlete

Art major Joseph Allen ’20 has used his graphic design talents to build his brand as a fitness trainer. Now he’s a sought-after instructor at Barry’s Bootcamp, and he even got a feature on Good Morning America! It’s no wonder he’s known as “Fit to Conquer.”
11/15/2019 • 11:01am
library resources, mortola library, birnbaum library

Library Resource Roundup

It’s not just about late-night study sessions at Pace. Uncover all the secrets the Birnbaum and Mortola libraries have to offer—from resources to events to little-known nooks, there’s something to learn and discover if you only read between the lines.
11/14/2019 • 4:02pm
International Education Week 2019

International Education Week 2019

It may be International Education Week, but here at Pace, we believe in global learning all year long. Join us for a meet and greet, learn new phrases in another language over lunch, and more. Where will your Pace education take you?
11/14/2019 • 3:01pm
planned parenthood, panel

Talk with Planned Parenthood (PLV)

Join the Student Government Association TONIGHT when representatives from Planned Parenthood provide important information on all the services and resources available to you. Pizza will be served!
11/14/2019 • 12:35pm

Get Your Head in the Game

Dodgeball. Hip hop class. Fitness boot camp. Volleyball night (with food!). Step up, Setters—if you’re looking for a challenge this semester, look no further. These events will help work off stress and keep you focused.
11/14/2019 • 12:30pm
Spoken Word Night, aman batra, poetry

Spoken Word Night with Aman Batra (PLV)

Nationally recognized writer and performance poet Aman Batra is visiting on Tuesday, November 19, to share her work! Stop by for an evening of creativity and inspiration from a talented poet in the biz.
11/14/2019 • 12:23pm
Stacie Morgan, stem, ups, networking

Lunch and Learn with Stacie Morgan (NYC)

Grab your lunch and get ready to talk tech. Senior App Development Manager Stacie Morgan is visiting TODAY to discuss her innovative work at UPS and her experience in STEM. She’s a Pace alumna, too!
11/14/2019 • 12:15pm
Safety and Security Training

Safety and Security Training (PLV)

Pace Safety and Security will be hosting an important training session on Tuesday, November 19. Learn what to do in the event of a weather-related emergency, and receive a free preparedness kit to get you started.
11/14/2019 • 12:01pm
Ballet Hispánico

Ballet Hispánico (NYC)

Join the Rotaract club on Friday, November 22, for a powerful performance at the iconic Apollo Theater. Ballet Hispánico will challenge stereotypes and lift up the voices of Latinx women through dance.
11/14/2019 • 11:54am
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Opportunity at Pace 2019

Looking for a scholarship? What about a fellowship program? How about becoming an Orientation Leader this summer? We got you covered! There are many opportunities to receive funding for your work—just be sure to note the application deadlines.
11/14/2019 • 11:44am
my pace path, student profile, Angelina Prevete

The Impactful Accountant

Public accounting major Angelina Prevete ’22 has planned conferences, launched a volunteer opportunity that won her an award, and even interned at Estée Lauder—twice! Look out, world. Prevete is making a serious impact.
11/07/2019 • 2:55pm
Faculty-Led Programs, study abroad, map

Faculty-Led Programs: Spring 2020

Earn credits, explore your passions, and expand your world. Apply by Friday, November 15, for the chance to travel to China, Costa Rica, England, France, Sweden, and more destinations. You could earn up to 6 credits!
11/07/2019 • 11:37am
pacecast, podcast

PaceCast: Diversity and Inclusion

At Pace, Opportunitas is for every single student, faculty, and staff member who walks through our doors. President Krislov chats with our Chief Diversity Officer Tiffany Hamilton to discuss the ways Pace is embodying this mission.
11/07/2019 • 11:22am
pace means business

Pace Means Business

Looking to break into business? Catch a workshop from the Small Business Development Center, join the Entrepreneurship Lab for an exclusive panel, and hear from Greek life alumni about their successes after graduation.
11/07/2019 • 11:07am
p.a.c.e. board unleashed, concert

P.A.C.E. Board Unleashed 2019 (NYC)

Hey, we just met you, and this is crazy, but here’s this event, so grab tickets maybe? Hot girl summer rides again on Thursday, November 14, as Megan Thee Stallion and Carly Rae Jepsen take the stage.
11/07/2019 • 11:04am
Transgender Day of Remembrance 2019

Transgender Day of Remembrance 2019

Join us on Wednesday, November 20, when the Pace Community gathers to honor and remember those we have lost due to anti-trans violence. There will be discussion groups and a healing art installation for all who wish to attend.
11/07/2019 • 11:01am
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Strengths Night 2019 (PLV)

Developer. Achiever. Includer. Relator. Do you know your CliftonStrengths? Enter the lottery by TONIGHT for the chance to participate in SDACA’s Strengths Night! There will be food and trainings. Discover your hidden talents.
11/07/2019 • 10:58am
Amélie, pace performing arts

Amélie (NYC)

Based on the romantic comedy of the same name, Amélie is a musical about a dreamer who finds her voice. On Wednesday, November 20, PPA invites you on her journey—and to discover possibility around every corner.
11/07/2019 • 10:55am
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Welcome to the Wood (NYC)

Starting Wednesday, November 20, Express Yourself by exploring the depths of desire in PPA’s Madonna-inspired spin on A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Ay me, let’s Get Into The Groove with DJ Puck!
11/07/2019 • 10:49am
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Pace Makes an Impact

Each year, Pace contributes more than $1 billion to the New York metropolitan area’s economy and about 60,000 volunteer hours to local organizations. These are just a few of the big numbers complied by Pace’s Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship.
11/07/2019 • 10:45am
pacecast, podcast

PaceCast: Diversity and Inclusion

At Pace, Opportunitas is for every single student, faculty, and staff member who walks through our doors. President Krislov chats with our Chief Diversity Officer Tiffany Hamilton to discuss the ways Pace is embodying this mission.
11/05/2019 • 9:39am
my pace path, student profile, sukh singh

The Veteran Educator

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.
10/31/2019 • 4:01pm
hidden talents art show

Hidden Talents Art Show

Faculty and staff in Pleasantville will be showcasing their super-secret talents on Thursday, November 14. Don't miss out!
10/31/2019 • 2:45pm

Research: Animal-Assisted Intervention

CHP Professor Joanne Singleton, PhD, is engaged in ongoing initiatives around service dogs and animal-assisted intervention. Her work, which focuses on reducing stress among student veterans and generating evidence on the benefits of service dogs, was all inspired by a remarkable veteran who changed the course of her career.
10/31/2019 • 2:35pm
making an impact

Pace Makes an Impact

Each year, Pace contributes more than $1 billion to the New York metropolitan area’s economy and about 60,000 volunteer hours to local organizations. These are just a few of the big numbers complied by Pace’s Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship.
10/31/2019 • 2:28pm
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Thanksgiving at Pace 2019

Gift market. Craft-making. Friendsgiving. Plenty of food. Come together and give thanks with your fellow Setters! There are Thanksgiving-themed events on both the NYC and Pleasantville Campuses, and you’re invited.
10/31/2019 • 1:32pm
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CCAR Events: November 2019

There are so many ways to give back to the community. Join the Center for Community Action and Research (CCAR) when they smash stereotypes, volunteer at Fashion for Action or Feeding Westchester, combat food insecurity, and more.
10/31/2019 • 1:23pm
NJ Transit train

Save on NJ Transit Monthly Passes

Did you know that as a full-time Pace student, you’re eligible to purchase monthly NJ Transit tickets at a 25 percent discount? You can buy it online! Grab your monthly pass and start saving right away.
10/31/2019 • 12:45pm
Hands-Only CPR Training

Hands-Only CPR Training (NYC)

A lifesaving technique is within reach. Learn hands-only CPR on Tuesday, November 12, from a team of experienced medical experts. You could help gain precious time for someone experiencing cardiac arrest.
10/31/2019 • 12:43pm
Dr. Nelli Gluzman, meetup

Meet Dr. Nelli Gluzman (NYC)

Pace alumna Dr. Nelli Gluzman ’06 didn’t follow a traditional career path. On Wednesday, November 13, hear more about how she went from graduating with a BS in Mathematics to founding a medical group for children.
10/31/2019 • 12:41pm
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Athletics Roundup: November–December 2019

It’s another busy season for Pace Athletics! Show your Setter pride and support the football, field hockey, men’s and women’s basketball, women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, and men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams.
10/31/2019 • 12:37pm
NYC Events Roundup, stage, shows, theater

NYC Events Roundup: November 2019

Lights up, NYC Campus! Catch a comedic play, enjoy an evening of music, swing by two movie screenings, and more. There’s so much to do during the whole month of November.
10/31/2019 • 12:18pm
PLV Events Roundup, cake decorating

PLV Events Roundup: November 2019

Smashing pumpkins. Cooking competition. Hot chocolate bar with all the tasty toppings you could want (plus donuts). The PLV Campus is in full fall swing—don’t miss out on these seasonal events!
10/31/2019 • 12:08pm