Fit to Print: May 2021Pace professors are ending the semester strong, weighing in on a number of current and evergreen issues in this month's edition of Fit to Print.
Giving Day 2021On June 2 and 3, the Pace Community will be paying it forward via our annual Giving Day. Make a difference in the life of a Pace student by joining the 1906 Challenge!
The Library Shelf: May 2021Partner with a Library Liaison for all your research needs. Set up an appointment today to start making more of a difference with data and sources.
Vaccine Availability for PaceHere’s your shot to help keep Pace safe. The health and safety of the Pace Community is our top priority, and getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is a key part. Check back frequently as we announce vaccine availability for our community.
Fit to Print: April 2021Pace professors are going big this month when it comes to media mentions; talking COVID-19 recovery, the Biden administration, and much more.
Teaching with OER: Kathy WinstedInterested in learning more about Open Educational Resources (OER)? Lubin's Kathy Winsted shares her experiences implementing OER into her coursework.
Gardening for Stress ManagementLooking 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.
Spring 2021 Virtual Research DayOn 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.
2021 Jefferson Award WinnersThis year, 12 Pace University students, faculty, and staff received a Jefferson Award, known as the "Nobel Prize for public service." Congratulations to the winners!
The Library Shelf: April 2021
The Library Shelf is a new monthly initiative developed by the research department of the libraries.
Ahead of the Research CurvePace 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.
Pace Yourself to Wellness: May 2021Join Pace's Health and Wellness Committee for virtual workout classes every week that include kickboxing, yoga, and more.
New Space at PaceUpgraded classrooms, collaborative study areas for students, and specialized conference rooms are coming to Pace this fall.
Student-Faculty Research: Spring 2021Through 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.
ITS Updates: Spring 2021Updates 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.
Fit to Print: March 2021Pace 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.
The Professor Is In: Charles NorthPace 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.
Maintaining MindfulnessOn 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.
Research with OER: Erika CrispoInterested in learning more about Open Educational Resources? Dyson Professor Erika Crispo shares her experiences thus far.
Build Your Skill SetPace 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!
The Future of Work ConferenceOn 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.
Setting the Pace | 2020 CohortFor 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.
Save the Date: Community ConversationOn 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.
Less Sweet Drinks, More Fruitful ResearchCHP 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.
Pace's PreCollege Immersion ProgramFaculty 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.
Faculty Success Stories: February 2021Pace faculty are starting off the year right—winning awards, receiving grants, and making an impact.
Fit to Print: February 2021As 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.
A Talk with Pace's Distinguished ProfessorsOn 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.
A New LookPace’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.
OER Grant Award WinnersThe 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!
The Martin Luther King LectureOn 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.
Behind the Pace BrandAfter 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.
Fit to Print: Janaury 2021President 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.
A Big Thank You from #GivingTuesdayBravo, Setter community! Through our charitable efforts, we were able to unlock an additional $100,000 gift courtesy of the Board of Trustees!
The Professor Is In: Ric KolendaDyson'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.
Introducing The BergThe 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.
Teaching with OER: Travis WebsterInterested in learning more about Open Educational Resources? Dyson Professor Travis Webster shares his experiences thus far.
A New Addition to the BoardPace University is excited to announce the addition of Lana Bailey-Tamaro ’06 to its Board of Trustees.
Our New LMSPace is transitioning from Blackboard to a new Learning Management System (LMS), Classes. ITS is here with everything you need to know about the change!
Fit To Print: November 2020Pace 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.
What's Happening in HR: November 2020From important Open Enrollment information to Employee Recognition, here's what's been happening on the human resources front. Stay informed!
A Conversation with the CEO of WazeOn 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.
Family Weekend 2020On 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!
LaVar Ball and Building a Media AgendaIn 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.
Poets at Pace: Fall 2020The Fall 2020 Poets @ Pace reading features, for the first time, poets who are Pace faculty members! Tune in virtually on Monday, November 16.
Machine Intelligence DayOn December 4, Seidenberg invites you to experience a full day of scholarship and discussion surrounding artificial intelligence, computer vision, machine learning, and more.
Giving Tuesday 2020On December 1, join Pace University for our global day of giving and help us reach our goal of 600 gifts.
Wilson Faculty Fellows: 2020–2021The 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.
Cybersecurity Conference 2020Save the date! Seidenberg, in conjunction with Cyber Intelligence 4U, will be hosting a virtual cybersecurity conference on Thursday, October 29.
Staff Corner: October 2020Looking 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.
Faculty Corner: October 2020Get the lowdown on the latest fellowship and award opportunities as we head into the final months of 2020.
Celebration of Dean MarijoFor 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.
Maintaining Our Safe PaceThe 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.
Social Justice Week 2020Pace 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!
Jefferson Award NominationsDo 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.
Stocks Rising at PaceThe 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.
Fit to Print: October 2020From ongoing COVID-19 developments to the current political situation, Pace professors have been making their voices heard all across the media spectrum this month.
COVID-19 and the Future of WorkThis 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.
A Conversation with H. Holden ThorpPace 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.
LGBTQA+ WorkshopsThis 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!
The Professor Is In: PV ViswanathFinance 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.
ITS Updates: Fall 2020ITS shares some important information pertaining to this unique fall semester. Stay informed and connected!
Teaching with OER: Tanya WigginsInterested in learning more about Open Educational Resources? School of Education professor Tanya Wiggins shares her experiences thus far.
Fit to Print: September 2020If 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.
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.
Become a Periclean Faculty LeaderPace 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.
30th Annual Komen Race for the CureThis 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.
Welcome to ClassesWelcome 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.
Library Updates: Fall 2020The Mortola and Birnbaum Libraries are here for you! Learn more about hours, building use, safety, and important policies for the fall semester.
Welcome, Dean SingletonPace 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!
Face Coverings at PaceIf 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.
Community Conversation: August 6On 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.
Apply to Be a Wilson Center FellowThe Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship invites Pace faculty members to apply to become a Wilson Center Fellow! Applications are due August 14.
Welcome, Dean GrimesPace 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.
Professor Spotlight: Kelley KreitzWhat 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.
The New Normal InstitutePace 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.
Returning to Campus: Fall 2020Pace 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.
Convocation 2020Mark your calendars for Friday, August 21, as we welcome the Class of 2024 to the Pace Community with our Convocation broadcast.
Fit to Print: August 2020This 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.
Download the Pace Safe AppStay 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!
Teaching with OER: Meghana NayakInterested in learning more about Open Educational Resources? Dyson Professor Meghana Nayak shares her experiences thus far.
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).
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.
Pace Community BriefingFall 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. .
The Professor Is In: Zhan ZhangSeidenberg 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.
Fall 2020: Returning to CampusPace 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.
Faculty and Staff Community Briefing: June 25All 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.
Conduct Research, Mentor a StudentAre 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.
Fit to Print: July 2020Pace 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."
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.
A Guide to Pace Career ServicesAs 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.
HR Updates: Summer 2020The latest updates from Human Resources. Plus, financial planning resources from TIAA.
Pace Magazine: Spring 2020Extra, 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!
Faculty and Staff Community Briefing: June 4All 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.
Community Briefing for Faculty and StaffAll 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.
Help An International StudentInterested 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!
Community ConversationAll 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.
A Teachable OpportunityThrough 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.
Class of 2020 Virtual CelebrationsSave 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.
Keeping Pace Safe and ConnectedThis 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.
#SettersStandStrong Letter CampaignWant 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.
Remote Living at PaceIn 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!
One Pace Strong: Share Your StoryAre 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.
Pace Library Updates: Spring 2020Although 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.
Pace Media Shelf: May 2020This 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!
Pace Yourself to Wellness: Online EditionSocial 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.
Fit to Print: May 2020Pace 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.
ITS: Working RemotelyThanks 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.
President Krislov's Town Call for FacultyPresident 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.
Help Be the MatchFor 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.
The Professor Is In: Darren HayesDarren Hayes, PhD, discusses new cybersecurity realities during COVID-19, and how to stay ahead of scams, hackers, and general security risks.
President Krislov's Town Call for StaffPresident 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.
Webinars for Faculty and StaffHuman 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.
Coping Emotionally with COVID-19To 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.
The Professor Is In: Sally DickersonWorry. 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.
Impactful Research at PaceAt 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.
Fit to Print: Professors On COVID-19Pace professors have been sharing their expertise with the media during the COVID-19 pandemic; talking about affected industries, habit adjustment, remote learning, and more.
Pace Media Shelf: April 2020Looking 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!
15 Free and Inexpensive Quarantine ActivitiesWe'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.
COVID-19: Resources for StaffAs 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.
COVID-19: Resources for FacultyAs 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.
COVID-19: Reporting Illness and ExposureAs a member of the Pace Community, if you have concerns about illness or exposure, it's vitally important to adhere to the following guidelines.
The World-Changing Impact of COVID-19In 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.
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.
Fit to Print: March 2020Pace 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.
Faculty Corner: March 2020Attend 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.
ITS Connect: March 2020ITS debuts a new texting communication channel, plus a pilot test for a new web conferencing system.
NYC Master Plan: March 2020Beginning 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.
Promoting Positive ParentingThe Parent-Child Institute at Pace University is offering 10 free sessions to parents and their children to better understand and develop positive parenting beliefs.
Setter Success: March 2020Two 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.
What’s Happening in HR: March 2020Spring 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.
The Professor Is In: Peter McDermottSOE'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.
Research: The Politics of RelationshipsDyson 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.
Faculty Corner: February 2020Nominations for the Kenan Award for Teaching Excellence are open through February 28! Plus, a faculty grant opportunity in the humanities.
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.
From the Desk of President KrislovPresident Krislov talks exciting new developments in New York City, and looks ahead to the strong future Pace is building for 2020 and beyond.
Fit to Print: February 2020Pace Professors and staff are starting the year on the right foot, with a number of notable media mentions.
Frederick Douglass Book Prize AwardOn Thursday, February 13, Pace will host the 21st Annual Frederick Douglass Book Prize award ceremony, honoring Amy Murrell Taylor and Julius S. Scott.
ITS Connect: February 2020ITS 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!
2019–2020 Jefferson Award WinnersBravo, Setters! Twelve members of the Pace Community have been selected to receive Jefferson Awards Bronze Medals for their commitment to service.
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.
New Leadership at PaceA 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.
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.
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?
The Professor Is In: Frank ColellaLubin Clinical Professor Frank Colella, JD, talks the importance for business students to have a grounding in law, recent tax developments, and more!
What’s Happening in HR: February 2020From retirement planning to employee recognition, here’s what Pace University faculty and staff need to know from Human Resources in 2020.
PaceCast: Setter ServiceFor 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.
A Strategic PlanWe’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.
Selling Setter SuccessLubin 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.
Inside the Actors Studio: Treat WilliamsIconic 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.
Faculty Corner: December 2019The 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!
Fit To Print: December 2019Professors are closing out 2019 with some impressive media mentions, covering everything from the impeachment inquiry, to healthy holiday habits, to dating expertise.
#GivingTuesday Thanks YouBravo, Setter community! Through our charitable efforts, we were able to unlock an additional $250,000 gift courtesy of the Pace Board of Trustees!
Helping Out for the HolidaysThere 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!
ITS Connect: December 2019Learn more about the new and updated content added to the ITS Help Center, as well as useful online tutorials with LinkedIn Learning.
Pace Magazine: Fall 2019Extra, 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.
Pace Yourself to Wellness: December 2019The 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!
Research: Building a Sustainable NewsroomDyson 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.
State of the University Address 2020On Monday, February 3, join the Pace Community for President Krislov’s annual State of the University Address, as he discusses Our Strong Future.
Setter Success: Fall 2019A 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.
What’s Happening in HR: December 2019Resolve to improve your financial planning skills as we head into the New Year! Plus, important information about minimum wage increases in Westchester.
PaceCast: Diversity and InclusionAt 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.
Hidden Talents Art ShowFaculty and staff in Pleasantville will be showcasing their super-secret talents on Thursday, November 14. Don't miss out!
Research: Animal-Assisted InterventionCHP 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.
Pace Makes an ImpactEach 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.
Employee Recognition 2019Please join the Pace Community in recognizing the outstanding work of our colleagues on November 20 (NYC), November 22 (PLV), and December 2 (Law School).
Faculty Corner: November 2019This month, learn how to best support international and multi-lingual students through an informative seminar. Plus, a new grant opportunity!
Fit to Print: November 2019Pace professors are weighing in on everything from renewable energy to cyberbullying in this month's edition of Fit to Print.
#GivingTuesday 2019Every gift matters because every student matters. On December 3, join Pace University for our global day of giving and help us reach our goal of 500 gifts.
P4K Dance Marathon 2019We know you’ve got those secret dance moves—on Saturday, November 16, bust them out for a great cause at the 2019 Pace 4 Kids Dance Marathon!
Pace Yourself to Wellnesss: November 2019The Health and Wellness Committee is excited to present its current and upcoming health and wellness programs for Pace faculty and staff. This month, take advantage of special holiday stress management sessions, boot camp, and more!
Parent-Child Institute at PaceThe Parent-Child Institute at Pace University is offering 10 free sessions to parents and their children to better understand and develop positive parenting beliefs.
The Professor Is In: Joseph MorrealeDistinguished Professor Economics Chair Joseph Morreale, PhD, talks about his current research, the Fed challenge, how economics has evolved in his decades in academia, and much more in this month’s edition of The Professor Is In!
Protecting Endangered WildlifeHow are we keeping endangered wildlife healthy in their native habitat? On Wednesday, November 20, veterinarian Dr. Deborah McCauley will discuss her crucial work with endangered wildlife all over the world.
What’s Happening in HR: November 2019Fall retirement planning dates, Holiday Party in PLV, The Great American Smokeout; plus more from HR!
Wilson Center Faculty Fellows: 2019–2020The Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship has announced its faculty fellows for the upcoming year! Join us in congratulating our fellows as they embark on timely and impactful research.
Annual Training UpdatesBeginning in 2019, on an annual basis, all Pace University employees will be required to complete an online Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Prevention training program. Have you completed yours?
Research: Holistic Student SuccessDyson Associate Professor Anna Shostya, PhD, and Gabriella Serebryanaya ’22 are evaluating college admissions standards and examining their correlation to student success.
Rescuing Sea Turtles, Creating OpportunitiesPace's Environmental Science graduate program and Biology undergraduate program has entered an informal collaboration with the New York Marine Rescue Center, thanks to the work of alumna Maxine Montello '14 and Dyson’s Andrew Wier, PhD.
Homecoming 2019Pleasantville will be rockin’ on the weekend of October 25. We've got amazing food, the annual step and stroll show, the spirit parade, and a fierce athletics lineup. Register for Homecoming today!
Communication Best Practices at PaceConfused about what logos and fonts to use for your department’s next initiative? Unsure if you’re adhering to Pace’s University-wide brand standards? University Relations is here to help!
Faculty Corner: October 2019Sit down for Tea Time with President Krislov and Provost Quiñones on October 22 (NYC) and October 24 (PLV). Plus, a grant-writing workshop and grant opportunities galore.
Faculty Success Stories: October 2019Two Seidenberg professors are doing serious work with serious grant funding! Plus, Pace’s latest documentary film continues to rake in the accolades.
Fit to Print: October 2019Pace professors have been weighing in on topics all over the news—from social media pros and cons, to increasing youth STEM education and much more.
ITS Connect: October 2019Stay up-to-date with the latest news and important information from ITS.
Jefferson Awards 2019–2020Know a student, faculty, or staff member whose community service efforts are changing Pace and/or the world? Nominate them for a Jefferson Award by October 11, 2019.
PaceCast: PPA SuccessTune in for President Krislov’s latest episode of PaceCast where he chats with Pace’s School of Performing Arts’ current students, recent alumni, and distinguished faculty—all incredibly talented, and all with a story to tell.
Wellness Events: October 2019The Health and Wellness Committee is excited to present its current and upcoming health and wellness programs. From health coaching sessions, to mindfulness meditation, to a Mediterranean cooking class, there’s quite a lot opportunities for you to get involved!
This Month on CampusFrom a major cybersecurity conference to informative chats with a major business leaders, plus a visit from A-list actress Laura Dern, here’s what’s happening this month in NYC and PLV.
The Professor Is In: JV MercantiAssociate Director of Musical Theater JV Mercanti sits down with Opportunitas to talk personal teaching strategies, Pace Performing Arts, the Britney Spears jukebox musical, and his dream dinner party.
Your Thoughts on PacePace's brand research and agency partner, Mindpower, is conducting an ongoing study of the Pace Community to gain deeper insights into how we all think and feel about Pace. Thank you to all who have completed the recent brand survey!
Help Is On the WayIs it too hot in your classroom? Need assistance with moving furniture? Pace Facilities is here to help! Pace University’s new work order system makes getting things done fast and easy.
Inside the Actors Studio: Al PacinoAward winning actor Ellen Burstyn will be hosting the next Inside the Actors Studio on Wednesday, September 25. Join us when she interviews Al Pacino, one of Hollywood’s most celebrated talents.
The Professor Is In: James LawlerSeidenberg Professor James Lawler discusses the genesis of the Celebration of Individuals with Disabilities in Film, and the importance of service.
Fit to Print: September 2019Pace faculty and staff are kicking off the semester with media coverage galore—from commentary surrounding highly covered news developments such as the Jeffrey Epstein case, to articles regarding trends in higher education.
What's Happening in HR: September 2019On October 4 (NYC) and November 15 (PLV), join your fellow faculty and staff members for Employee Development Day, which will consist of an informative series of workshops, training programs, and more.
Help End Hunger in WestchesterThe Miles for Meals 5K is on Sunday, September 22, on the Pleasantville Campus. The Center for Community Action and Research is looking for volunteers; come and show your support for a worthy cause!
Communiversity Day 2019Pace University is opening its Pleasantville Campus to the community at large. We’re welcoming our friends and neighbors to join us and the harris project at our first-ever Communiversity Day on Saturday, September 28.
Faculty Corner: September 2019Get the scoop on a unique opportunity for research funding for faculty. Plus, details on a program launched by Project Pericles.
Research: Taxation and Income InequalityDyson Clinical Assistant Professor Todd Yarbrough, PhD, and Veronica Lee ’19, are looking at how state tax policies affect income inequality, and what policies could be implemented to alter the scope of income distribution.
E. Melanie DuPuis Joins Board of TrusteesPace University is excited to announce that Environmental Studies Chair E. Melanie DuPuis, PhD, has been appointed to Pace’s Board of Trustees.
Faculty Success Stories: September 2019The summer wasn't just a walk in the park for many of our professors—a number of whom have been racking up impressive grants and accomplishments.
Safety FirstPlay your part and help keep our campus safe and thriving by attending the campus safety fair on September 24 in NYC, or the NYS Citizen Preparedness Training on September 25.
Welcome, Tiffany HamiltonTiffany Hamilton has been named Pace’s first-ever Chief Diversity Officer. We are excited to welcome her to campus.
Checking into the LibraryLibrarian Steve Feyl, and Library directors Rose Gillen and Jennifer Rosenstein discuss developments at the Pace University Library, and how to make the most use of valuable resources and quality information in 2019 and beyond.
Securing the Future with SeidenbergGet the lowdown on research and career opportunities in Africa on September 27, and attend Pace’s third annual CyberStorm conference on October 3, which will focus on the economics of cybersecurity in health care.
Pace Athletics: September 2019Fall sports return with a gridiron preview from Coach Rondeau! Plus, get ready for the 22nd Annual Pace Athletics Golf Classic on Monday, September 16.
Save the Date: Convocation 2019Convocation is just around the corner! On Tuesday, September 3, come and help welcome the Class of 2023 to Pace.
Your Newest Faculty Members in ResidenceTeaching doesn't stop once class is over! Just ask Dyson professors Jane Collins, PhD, and Kate Fink, PhD, Pleasantville's newest Faculty in Residence partners.
Now Seeking: Wilson Center FellowsThe Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship invites Pace faculty members to apply to become a Wilson Center Fellow! Applications are due August 14.
Fit to Print: August 2019As the fall semester draws near, Pace professors are already in mid-semester form—chiming in on the news of the day, emerging trends, and more in this month’s Fit to Print.
Pace Media Shelf: Summer 2019This month, Setters share their picks for what books and shows to spend the last few weeks of August with. Here's what you should be adding to your media shelf!
While You Were AwayTechnically, the University is supposed to take a breather during the summer. But thanks to our hardworking staff, faculty, and institutional commitment to Opportunitas, the ball has never stopped rolling.
Pace Athletics Golf Classic 2019Don’t putt around! Join Pace Athletics for the 22nd Annual Pace Athletics Golf Classic on September 16 at Willow Ridge Country Club in Harrison, NY.
Mobile Apps and Occupational TherapyAssisted by the emergence of interactive technologies, College of Health Professions Assistant Professor Cindy Lee, PhD, is aiming to develop a dynamic mobile app to better assist pediatric occupational therapists.
What's Happening in HR: July 2019Before the school year comes roaring back, get your ducks in a row with summer retirement planning session with TIAA, and wellness events hosted by Human Resources.
Fit to Print: July 2019Pace Professors are creating a heat wave of their own, turning up the temperature on a number of timely topics in this month’s Fit to Print.
Summer Events 2019Whether you’re spending the next two months in the cool breeze upstate or down by the Brooklyn Bridge, here are some fun things to do that are sure to spice up those slow days of summer.
Center Stage for Pace's CentersPace Women’s Justice Center; Land Use Law Center; Entrepreneurship Lab; Center for Community Action and Research; Pace Energy and Climate Center. These are just some of the many centers at Pace that are doing truly outstanding work.
The Professor Is In: Martha GreenbergThis month, Martha Greenberg, PhD, discusses her lavender aromatherapy research, as well as an impressive multi-decade career as a Setter.
GenCyber: Not Your Average Summer CampAndreea Cotoranu discusses Pace’s upcoming GenCyber workshop, for which the University has received significant funding from the National Security Agency to train high school teachers in cybersecurity.
Faculty Success Stories: June 2019Grants are abound for Pace faculty this month, as the Land Use Law Center and Food and Beverage Clinic continue to elevate the stature and excellent work of the Elisabeth Haub School of Law.
Fit to Print: June 2019Pace faculty and staff are weighing in on everything from recent developments in college admissions, to healthful habits, to Game of Thrones, and more.
Pacecast: Graduation and BeyondPresident Krislov sat down with PLV Director of Career Counseling Bless Vaidian and three graduating seniors to talk about their experiences and successes thanks to Career Services.
Summer School 2.0Whether you’re looking to improve your time-management skills, be better prepared in the case of an emergency, or improve your public speaking and presentation skills, Pace has the class for you.
2019 Student-Faculty Research DaysThe 2018–2019 Student-Faculty Research Days showcased some of Pace's brightest minds. The event continues to embody Pace's mission of Opportunitas, as exemplified through the accompanying photo album.
What’s Happening in HR: June 2019School’s out for the summer, but it’s time to get your body and mind ready for the year ahead. Join Human Resources for a month full of restorative wellness events.
Spirit of Pace Awards 2019The annual celebration is here! On June 12, join the Pace Community for a night of toasts, awards, and Pace pride at the Museum of Natural History.
On Deck for 2019On deck: Pace Day at Yankee Stadium! Cheer on the Yanks on Tuesday, July 30, with your fellow Setters for what's sure to be a home run of an evening.
Research: The Nuclear World TodayNathanael Linton ’19, with mentorship from Dyson Assistant Professor Jared Manasek, PhD, examines the ever-complex world of nuclear weapons, which represents and arguably larger threat today than ever before.
Student Success at Pace RetreatOn Monday, June 10, you’re invited to the University’s first Student Success at Pace Retreat—discuss educational strategies, hear from keynote speaker Timothy Renick, and contribute to the advancing dialogue surrounding student success.
Inside the Actors Studio: James BurrowsAward winning actor Kelsey Grammer will be hosting the next Inside the Actors Studio on Tuesday, June 18. Join us as he sits down with James Burrows, one of TV’s most respected talents and co-creator of Cheers.
Teaching and Motivating Students to LearnOn Tuesday, May 21, and Wednesday, May 22, join the Pace University Faculty Center for an important seminar focused on motivating students to reach their truest potential.
Alumni Reunion 2019On Thursday, May 2, reunite with old friends and make new memories at the 2019 Pace Alumni Reunion in New York City.
Student-Faculty Research DaysOn Wednesday, May 8, and Thursday, May 9, students and professors will showcase their work at Pace’s annual Student-Faculty Research Days. Plus, information for applying to the 2019–2020 student-faculty research program.
Faculty Success Stories: May 2019Pace faculty continue to rack up exciting accolades and scholarships for their outstanding work and contributions to the wider world.
Fit to Print: May 2019Our professors have been featured in publications all over the world this month, weighing in on healthy eating habits, the qualities of good leadership, the Mueller Report, and a whole lot more.
ITS Connect: May 2019Check out the latest updates from ITS, including upgrades from both Blackboard and the MyPace Mobile App.
News from the Schools: May 2019While the semester may be winding down, the Elisabeth Haub School of Law and Dyson College have some exciting announcements for next semester and beyond.
Now Accepting SubmissionsPace is now on Medium.com, a major online platform with over 220 million visitors per month. Thanks to Pace’s new account, you can now reach new audiences worldwide with Medium!
Pace Magazine Is HereRead all about it! The latest and greatest issue of Pace Magazine is now available online—in which new student spaces help reimagine Pace’s role as a 21st century innovator, and much more.
This Month Around Pace: May 2019There's a lot happening around Pace as the semester is winding down—from documentary premieres, to year-end events at the Schimmel, and even a golf outing. Plus, get your tickets for Pace Day at Yankee Stadium!
What’s Happening in HR: May 2019May is Civility Awareness Month! Are you a civility champion? If so, you’ll have the opportunity to win some tickets to the movies.
Commencement 2019At long last, the big moment has come for the Class of 2019 and the Pace Community. Join us for this momentous occasion.
Research: Acute Adversity and Well-BeingDyson Associate Professor Anthony Mancini, PhD, investigates the human response to acute adversity—and how certain group responses can ultimately improve an individual’s psychological well-being.
Lubin, Social Impact, and the Peace CorpsAlumna Cristina Nolasco ’18 is putting her Lubin degree to great use—this summer, she’ll travel to Zambia to begin a 27-month tenure as a member of the Peace Corps. Her mentor, Professor Imran Chowdhury, has been instrumental in helping her make an impact on a global stage.
Research: Understanding TuberculosisDyson Professor Marcy Kelly, PhD, has enlisted several students to assist with research in better understanding tuberculosis; including Eric Casper ’19, who views the research as a key component of his undergraduate experience.
Athletics: Spring 2019 EventsPace Athletics will celebrate the 2019 Athletics Hall of Fame inductees on Thursday April 25. On Monday, June 3, get out that five iron and join the alumni and friends golf challenge.
Fit to Print: April 2019Pace Professors are weighing in about the Mueller report, appearing on podcasts, and much more in this month’s Fit to Print.
Get in the Opportunity ZoneOn Tuesday, April 23, join Pace University and President Marvin Krislov for an informative conference about lifting underserved communities with targeted investments.
Pace Environmental Law Is Number OneWho’s number one? We are! The Environmental Law program at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law has been recognized as the top program in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report.
PaceCast: Health and WellnessPresident Krislov talks with CHP Professor Christen Cooper, EdD, RD, Dyson Professor Jane Collins, PhD, and the Counseling Center’s Dr. Richard Shadick about health and wellness at Pace.
PACEspectives: Operation Varsity BluesThis month, our Pace faculty share their thoughts on the college admission cheating scandal that has captivated the nation; and has raised many vital questions about the college admission process.
Schimmel Is In Session: Spring 2019PPA presents a haunting spring play, Dance Out Loud returns, a weekend music fest, plus a special preview of what’s in store this summer at the Schimmel.
23rd Annual Seidenberg Innovation AwardsOn Wednesday, April 24, honor technological trailblazers and help contribute to continued student success at the Seidenberg Innovation Awards.
Faculty Success Stories: April 2019As the semester is heating up, Pace faculty continue to make invaluable contributions both locally and nationwide.
Volunteer at CommencementThe 2019 Commencement is just around the corner! We hope that you join the Pace Community in celebrating the Class of 2019 and their many accomplishments.
What’s Happening in HR: April 2019Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day, retirement planning sessions, and wellness events are all the rage this month at Human Resources!
Schimmel Center: March 2019The Schimmel’s spring season returns with singer-songwriters, a Charleston jazz quartet, modern dance, comedian Yakov Smirnov, and a trio of banjos.
Next Stop, PacePace University has been a vibrant and vital member of New York’s downtown community for more than 100 years. It’s time to make our presence here official. Sign our petition to the MTA to make Pace’s name a fixture in NYC’s subway system.
News from the Schools: March 2019Announcements, events, updates, and more from Seidenberg, Dyson, SOE, and the Elisabeth Haub School of Law.
Pace Media Shelf: March 2019This month, Setters share their picks for what to read, watch, and listen to. Here's what you should be adding to your media shelf!
Faculty Corner: March 2019Save the Date for the 18th Annual Faculty Institute in NYC on May 22. Plus, faculty-specific Middle States questions, and upcoming faculty development events!
Setter Spotlight: The Ghost MapDyson Assistant Professor Michael Finewood, PhD, has been drawing upon London's famous ghost map to teach students about the unlikely breakthroughs spurred by interdisciplinary research and critical thinking.
Film and Music SpectacularCelebrate the empowering films that feature people with disabilities at Pace’s seventh annual Film and Music Spectacular on Thursday, April 4! Experience these incredible stories and uplift their important message with us.
Fit to Print: March 2019February may have been a shorter month than most, but that didn’t stop Pace Professors from weighing in on the many topical issues of the day!
ITS Connect: March 2019ITS was busy over the winter upgrading some our most important infrastructure. Read all about it in this month’s ITS Connect.
Learning Diversity PanelOn Tuesday, March 26, join OASIS for a student-led panel about the successes and challenges they have encountered during their undergraduate experience.
Executives in Residence: Spring 2019You’re invited to Lubin’s Executive in Residence series in Westchester on Wednesday, March 27, and NYC on Thursday, April 18. Hear from current business leaders and gain strategies to help you in your everyday professional life.
Middle States: The Accreditors Are Coming!Everything you need to know for the upcoming site visit, beginning March 31.
Pace Athletics Receives Major GiftA $1 million gift from B.J Finnerty will enable the establishment of the Athletics Fund, as well as support an endowed scholarship in honor of the late Peter X. Finnerty.
Safety and Security Events: Spring 2019Be 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!
Staff Corner: March 2019Know someone that’s helping create a more environmentally friendly campus? Nominate them for the GreenPace Awards! Plus, staff-specific Middle States info.
What’s Happening in HR: March 2019Upcoming retirement planning dates, Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work® Day, and more info from Human Resources!
Save the Date: Commencement 2019Spring has sprung, which means 2019 Commencement is right around the corner. Here’s what you need to know.
2019 Best Practices ConferenceJoin the Faculty Center as they get HIP to student engagement at the ninth annual Best Practices Conference on Friday, March 8, on Pace’s Pleasantville Campus.
Wine, Cheese, and SportsPace faculty and staff, you're invited to join Pace Athletics for a special appreciation night as part of the Women's Basketball game on Tuesday, February 12. Hope to see you there!
Middle States Self-Study: February 2019Our upcoming evaluation from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) is drawing near. Here’s how the Pace Community can best prepare!
Commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.The Office of Multicultural Affairs is proud to host the 19th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration in Westchester on Friday, February 15, and in New York City on Tuesday, March 5.
News from the Schools: February 2019The Elisabeth Haub School of Law has kicked off 2019 with some major achievements. Plus, news from Seidenberg, SOE, and Dyson.
PACEcast: Student-Athlete SuccessPresident Krislov hosts Setters Field Hockey Coach Kayte Kinsley, All-Americans Paige Predmore ’19 and Halley Rose ’19, and Athletic Director Mark Brown to talk about victories on and off the field.
PACEspectives: The 21st Century So Far…It’s been quite an eventful two decades. Our professors weigh in on what’s caught them off guard in their fields of expertise.
State of the University AddressOn February 25, join President Krislov and the University community for Pace's inaugural State of the University Address.
Research: Animation and NatureDyson Professor Colin Williamson, PhD, and Austin Goodman ’19 have been looking at the crucial role animation plays in documentary filmmaking; specifically in relation to environmental issues.
Professor Spotlight: Pauline MosleySeidenberg’s Pauline Mosley, DPS, talks about her very successful teaching initiative that merges website design with non-profit assistance, all with real-world stakes.
Staff Corner: February 2019Faculty and staff, need some new business cards? Here's what you need to know about ordering business cards at Pace University.
Upcoming Events: February 2019Seidenberg co-sponsors the action-packed Rover Ruckus on Sunday, February 10; Lubin hosts a Blockchain event on Tuesday, February 19.
Welcome to 2019President Krislov discusses recent exciting developments on campus, and previews what lies ahead for what’s shaping up to be a great year for Pace.
What’s Happening in HR: February 2019From retirement planning to ID card updates, here’s what Pace University faculty and staff need to know from Human Resources in 2019.
Women’s Leadership ConferenceOn Saturday, March 2, join us for a very special conference featuring breakout sessions, talks from experts, and the opportunity to connect with other women in the Pace Community!
Fit to Print: February 2019Pace Professors kept busy during the holiday break—talking political developments, publishing books, and much more in 2019’s inaugural edition of Fit to Print.
Faculty CornerKenan Award nominations are due on Thursday, February 28! Plus, upcoming faculty development events.
Faculty Success Stories: December 2018From awards, to keynote speeches, to a major milestone for energy work at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law, here’s what Pace faculty have been achieving this month.
Fit to Print: December 2018From hard-hitting political commentary to nutrition advice, Pace faculty have been getting quite a bit of ink this month! Here’s where your colleagues have been featured.
ITS Connect: December 2018Announcing free access to Microsoft Office, more email space, how to navigate a snowday, and more news and notes from ITS!
Middle States Self-Study: The Final Push!The Self-Study Draft is now available for review. We encourage you to send your feedback to an executive committee member by December 15, and attend a town hall in February.
Save the Date: Master Plan Ribbon CuttingSave the date! On Monday, January 28, join the Pace Community as we officially open our revitalized spaces in One Pace Plaza and 41 Park Row.
PACEspectives: Holiday EditionDo you feel it in your fingers? What about your toes? The holidays are all around us, and this month’s PACEspectives is bringing us good cheer with tips and advice for a wonderful season of celebration.
Culture and Environmental AttitudesDyson Sociology and Anthropology Professor Judith Pajo, PhD, and Shen Yang ’21 have embarked on a unique study analyzing shared belief in environmental concerns and issues across cultures.
School Snippets: December 2018Dyson’s Year in Review is hot off the presses! Plus a new course offering in Seidenberg, and Lubin students making great strides along their Pace Paths.
Staff Corner: December 2018Looking for ways to advance your career and build your skills? Consider attaining your Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification!
Thank You from #GivingTuesdayBravo, Setter community! Through our charitable efforts, we were able to unlock an additional $200,000 gift courtesy of the Board of Trustees!
The Professor Is In: Daniel BenderDaniel Bender, PhD, is an associate professor of English and Modern Language Studies. In this edition of The Professor Is In, we talk about literature’s unique ability to address contemporary issues, the uncanny beauty of the Pleasantville Campus, and much more!
What’s Happening in HR: December 2018A note from Safety and Security regarding new ID cards (if you haven’t upgraded yet, please do!), and TIAA retirement planning dates round out this month’s HR updates.
Making a Difference This Holiday SeasonThere 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!
Faculty Corner: December 2018The semester may be drawing to a close, but that doesn’t mean faculty can’t take advantage of a few last minute opportunities!
Faculty Success Stories: November 2018This month, Pace faculty are keeping up with the torrent pace (no pun intended) of technological innovation—and are earning some recognition along the way!
Fit to Print: November 2018Pace professors are commenting on the news of the day, publishing books, and earning local and national recognition in this edition of Fit to Print.
Giving Tuesday 2018On November 27, #GivingTuesday returns to Pace University. We invite you to share in this one-of-a-kind day of global generosity.
Lend a Helping HandWe're headed into the holiday season and that means Pace faculty and staff are giving back to the community. Did you know that full- and part-time employees get paid time off for volunteering? Read on to find out more!
Middle States Self-Study: November 2018The Self-Study Draft is now available for review. Your input and feedback is essential as we move into the financial stages of our accreditation review process.
Extra, Extra: Get Your Pace MagazineRead all about it! The fall 2018 issue of Pace Magazine is hot off the presses—Pace veterans give back, news from the schools, things to inspire, and so much more!
Research: Natural Wound DressingsProfessor JaimeLee Rizzo, PhD, and Julia Fatum, are experimenting with Manuka honey, aloe vera gel, and essential oils to create a natural and effective antibacterial remedy.
Schimmel Brings The ChillAs daylight savings cedes to dazzling winter nights, warm up with performances featuring some of the most celebrated talents in the biz—from comedians, to singers, to award-winning documentaries, there’s something for everyone at the Schimmel Center.
Faculty Corner: November 2018From insightful workshops and lectures to a one-of-a-kind faculty leadership program, here are some faculty development opportunities to take advantage of this month!
School Snippets: November 2018New programs, student successes, and general updates from Dyson, Lubin, and the Elisabeth Haub School of Law.
Staff Corner: November 2018Learn more about an invaluable resource offered to Pace staff; and nominate a coworker who you feel is Making It Happen.
This Month on Campus: November 2018Poets @ Pace, an exciting eLab panel, and a blood drive in Westchester round out a month of exhilarating events on campus!
What’s Happening in HR: November 2018Retirement planning sessions, employee recognition ceremonies, and save the date for a holiday party in PLV! Here's what's happening for Pace employees.
Dance 4 the KidsWe know you’ve got those secret dance moves—on Saturday, November 17, bust them out for a great cause at the 2018 Pace 4 Kids Dance Marathon!
Faculty and Staff Events: October 2018From a panel about comics and culture, to community service, an exclusive book signing and talk, and Lubin’s One Day Immersion, there’s no shortage of on-campus events events for faculty and staff.
Faculty Success Stories: October 2018Pace faculty are racking up the awards and grants, and ensuring that the current academic year is off to a great start.
Fall Fun At the SchimmelWith award-winning documentaries, comedians, and musicians, Schimmel is keeping it cool this autumn.
Fit to Print: October 2018In this month’s Fit to Print, impressive Pace Professors are providing intellectual firepower to the presses!
HR Updates: October 2018Retirement planning dates, Lee National Denim Day, Staff Development Day, and more from Human Resources!
ITS Connect: October 2018ITS has been hard at work upgrading our technologies, and preparing Pace for (gasp!) the 2020s.
Jefferson Award NominationsKnow a student, faculty, or staff member whose community service efforts are changing Pace and/or the world? Nominate them for a Jefferson Award by October 12, 2018.
The Librarian Is In: October 2018This month, the Mortola Library directs us to where we should be headed on the bookshelf.
Middle States: Assessing And ProgressingAs we enter the next phase of the Middle States Self-Study process, we encourage you to continue to be an active participant in this important initiative.
Office of Research Events: Fall 2018Join the Office of Research for events throughout the month, including strategies for applying for grant funding on October 16 (PLV) and October 17 (NYC).
Alumni Homecoming 2018Pleasantville will be rockin’ on the weekend of October 26. Register for Homecoming today!
PaceCast: New BeginningsPaceCast, Pace’s podcast hosted by President Krislov, returns with a back-to-school episode featuring a football player, a dancer, and a Broadway actress!
The Professor Is In: Lynn KahleThis month, Lynn Kahle, PhD, talks to Opportunitas about the future of sports marketing, and how Pace’s sports marketing program can capitalize on industry and societal trends.
Following the success of the inaugural CyberStorm conference in 2017, this year’s event promises to include fascinating industry insights from top names in
Research: Accelerated Solvent ExtractorAssociate Professor of Chemistry and Physical Sciences Elmer-Rico Mojica discusses the research value of one of Pace’s shiny new toys, and how it can help researchers at Pace make a positive difference.
Faculty Success Stories: September 2018School's in session, but our Professors have kept on working through the summer—and have been racking up the accolades!
ITS Connect: September 2018We're beefing up security. Here's what you need to know!
HR Updates: September 2018Staff Development Day is coming to Pace on Friday, October 19. Get ready!
Fit to Print: September 2018Class is in! Pace faculty are speaking out on a variety of topics including the Manafort trial, nutrition hacks, texting habits of couples, and way more. Ready to get started?
President and Provost Welcome ReceptionYou’re invited to a welcome back party hosted by President Krislov and Provost Quiñones! Come celebrate the start of fall with free food, refreshments, and giveaways.
Alumni Homecoming 2018Mark your calendars for Alumni Homecoming weekend, kicking off in style on October 25!
Middle States Self-Study: Fall 2018In spring 2019, Pace will have its decennial review from our regional accreditor. Join us for an important information session this fall.
Remembering September 11Come together with the Pace Community to remember, reflect, and honor those we lost on September 11, 2001.
Research: Speech and DementiaCHP Professor Linda Carozza, PhD, and Rachel Melamudov '19 are investigating speech patterns to better understand the progression of dementia.
Faculty Exchange Lunch: Fall 2018The Faculty Center is hosting Faculty Exchange Lunches on October 12 and October 22. Be there!
Dogs of Pace: September 2018Pace pups are the unsung heroes of our tight-knit community. Now we’re bringing you their stories—both on the NYC and PLV Campuses, where you can visit them any time!
The Librarian Is In: September 2018This month, the Birnbaum Library directs us to where we should be headed on the bookshelf.
Now Showing at the SchimmelThe Schimmel is back for the 2018–2019 season with a truly spectacular fall lineup. Get your tickets while you still can!
The Results Are In: Pawscars 2018We asked and you answered! Here are the results of the 2018 Pawscars, which brings you the best of the best on Pace’s NYC and PLV campuses. The answers might surprise you!
PaceCast: Summer Intern EditionPaceCast, Pace's podcast hosted by President Marvin Krislov has just dropped it's newest episode! Hear from Pace students interning at the Walt Disney Company, conducting water quality research in Trinidad, and interning at the Manhattan DA's Office.
ITS Connect: August 2018A new phone system, video and audio captioning tips, and more news and notes from ITS.
Be Prepared!The NYPD is helping the Pace Community stay vigilant. We invite you to attend an emergency response training session on August 9 or August 22.
Faculty Success Stories: August 2018From grants to prestigious awards, here's how Pace faculty are raising the bar this summer.
All About ITSFrom keeping the Pace Community safe from harm to building infrastructure that keeps our University going, ITS is an invaluable component of our Setter life. This is what they do.
School Snippets: August 2018Read the latest news and notes from Dyson and Seidenberg.
HR Updates: August 2018Save the date! Staff Development Day will be held on Friday, October 29. Plus, retirement planning sessions and more news from HR.
Research: Advertising and Online DatingOnline dating is the new normal. But how are the apps in this billion dollar industry effectively reaching customers? Professor Aditi Paul, PhD, and Karolina Zaluski '21 examine advertising and online dating across the world.
What Did You Do This Summer?From hiking, to European adventures, to eating sandwiches, here's how Pace faculty and staff spent their summer.
Fit to Print: August 2018This month, Pace faculty are tackling the tough topics: ICE, Trump, Amazon—you name it, they’re weighing in on it. Summer’s just starting to heat up.
Dogs of PaceThere are many hard-working puppers at Pace. From PLV to NYC, their stories are top dog. 10/10 would play fetch!
A Cashless WorldDo you carry cash? Is paper money becoming a thing of the past? PACEspectives discusses.
The Professor Is In: Christen CooperFounding Director of CHP's Nutrition and Dietetics program, Christen Cooper discusses her academic goals and vision, as well as common health and wellness misconceptions for this month's The Professor Is In.
Convocation 2018The next academic year is right around the corner! Here's what you need to know about Convocation on the Pleasantville and New York City campuses.
Welcome James SterngoldJames Sterngold has been named Vice President for University Relations, effective July 9, 2018. We are excited to welcome him to campus.
Summer Events: Fun in the SunWhether you’re spending the next two months in the cool breeze upstate or down by the Brooklyn Bridge, here are some fun things to do that are sure to spice up those slow days of summer.
Dogs of PacePace University is home to more than just incredible students, faculty, and staff—we have plenty of dogs, too! Join us as we meet them and hear a little bit about their stories.
Fit to Print: June 2018Pace professors are keeping their cool in these latest media mentions. Check out what they’ve been up to this summer!
Faculty Success Stories: June 2018From prestigious prizes to appearances on national game shows, our Pace faculty members aren’t exactly easing up on the brakes this summer!
HR Updates: June 2018Looking ahead to your future? Sit down with TIAA and get your long-term finances in order.
Master Plan Updates: Summer 2018Construction on the NYC Campus is moving along! Here are some important updates.
All in: Legalized Sports GamblingFaculty members from the Elisabeth Haub School of Law break down the recent Supreme Court ruling on sports betting.
Pawscars 2018The Pace University community gets to vote on the best of the best in PLV and NYC—best coffee shop, best study spot, best pizza, best professor. Here’s your chance to make your voice heard.
Research: The Internet of ThingsIoT is hot, hot, hot, and Seidenberg’s Miguel Mosteiro, PhD, is delving deep into what makes the world’s smart devices tick.
School Snippets: June 2018Dyson, Lubin, and Seidenberg keep us apprised on the latest and greatest happenings from around their schools.
Summer Reading RecommendationsLooking for an engrossing summertime read? From the story of a 1930s tabloid king to a fantasy novel about the corporate world, here’s what Pace faculty and staff are recommending this month!
Summer School 2.0School may be out, but there’s always an opportunity to learn more. Here’s where Pace faculty and staff can brush-up their professional skills this summer.
The Professor Is In: Todd YarbroughClinical Assistant Professor of Economics Todd Yarbrough talks to Opportunitas about the complex relationship between fiscal policy and natural disasters in this month’s The Professor Is In.
Fit to Print: May 2018As the warmer weather (finally) rolls in, Pace professors aren’t taking a break just yet—they’re lending their expertise to several publications, and we’ve got it all here for you. Talk about summer reading!
Passing the Research TorchHaving served as a research mentor to over 50 students while at Pace, Nancy Krucher continues to train the next generation of savvy and cutting-edge researchers.
From the President's DeskPresident Krislov reflects on the many accomplishments of the Pace Community, and looks ahead to 2018–2019.
Commencement Is HereAt long last, the moment has come for the class of 2018 and the Pace Community. Join us for this momentous occasion.
HR Updates: May 2018Looking ahead to your future? Sit down with TIAA and get your long-term finances in order.
ITS Connect: May 2018An important Blackboard upgrade, summer construction and computer access, and more in this month’s updates from ITS!
Meet Your New Pace ProvostOn May 9, please join the Pace Community in welcoming new Pace University Provost, Vanya Quiñones, PhD.
PACEspectives: Social Media and Big DataAs social media companies are increasingly scrutinized regarding the ways personal information is used, our professors weigh in on the complex relationship between social media, big data, and human tendencies.
Schimmel Now in SessionThe academic year may be drawing to a close, but there’s plenty still going on at the Schimmel this May and June!
School Snippets: May 2018It’s been a busy month at Seidenberg, and Dyson keeps us up to date on their student, alumni, and faculty news!
Second Annual Retention ConferenceJoin fellow faculty and staff from Pace and nearby institutions to discuss student retention strategies at Pace’s Second Annual Retention Conference on Friday, June 15.
Spirit of Pace AwardsThe annual celebration is here! On June 13, join the Pace Community for a night of toasts, awards, and Pace pride at the Museum of Natural History.
The Professor Is in: Bruce BachenheimerClinical Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship Lab Director Bruce Bachenheimer talks New York City, Pace, and more in this month’s The Professor Is In.
Advice to the Class of 2018What would you say to yourself as a recent college graduate? Members of the Pace Community reflect back on what they’ve learned since entering the real-world.
17th Annual Faculty InstituteThe 17th Annual Faculty Institute, held on May 17 and 18, will examine contemporary notions of critical thinking. Be there!
Fit to Print: April 2018Hot off the presses, it’s another round of faculty media mentions! This month, they’re tackling the Russia investigation, sex trafficking legislation, and more.
Volunteer at CommencementCommencement wants YOU to volunteer for one (or multiple) ceremonies this May! Volunteer registration closes Monday, April 16.
Research: Urban ThinkscapeBy applying unorthodox uses to regular spaces, Dyson Assistant Professor Brenna Hassinger-Das is reshaping the way children and parents experience educational opportunities.
Faculty Success Stories: April 2018Through grants, awards, and more, our professors continue to elevate Pace to a new level of prominence.
HR Updates: April 2018Take your daughter or son to work on April 26! Also, learn more about a great educational resource offered free to the Pace Community.
ITS Connect: April 2018Keep your information safe by making use of the following passphrase tips!
Pace Alumni Days 2018Hundreds of Pace alumni work right here at Pace! If you’re a faculty or staff member who is also Pace alumni, join us for Pace Alumni Days, happening Wednesday, April 18, and Thursday, April 19.
Schimmel Hits Its StrideThe Schimmel is closing out the semester strong with music from a folk legend, Dance Out Loud, and a powerful musical drama addressing gun violence.
School Snippets: April 2018Lubin invites you to experience the Future of Everything, and Seidenberg gives us tips on how to get back in the swing of things after a vacation.
Skills We Build Toward IndependenceSave the date! On Tuesday, April 17, the OASIS program at Pace will host its first-ever panel led by students on the spectrum. They’ll be sharing their experiences and answering questions.
Student-Faculty Research DaysJoin the Pace Community for Research Days, happening Wednesday, May 2 (PLV), and Thursday, May 3 (NYC). Also, learn more about a special travel grant, reserved for student-faculty research pairings.
Upcoming Events: April 2018Relay for Life, Pace Pitch Contest, The Art of Femininity panel, Faculty Institute, and Wilson Center internships. Here’s what you need to know.
Earth Month 2018Pace faculty and staff are invited to attend the following Earth Month events—from birdwatching to sustainability workshops, and oh-so much more!
Campus Safety ForumsPlease join the Pace Community as we partner with renowned firm Margolis Healy to enhance safety and security on campus. The Campus Safety Forums will be held on Wednesday, April 4 (NYC) and Thursday, April 5 (PLV).
Honoring Leaders in EducationOn Monday, April 16, join the School of Education in honoring some of the world's foremost leaders in cultivating the minds of tomorrow.
Faculty Success Stories: March 2018Pace faculty are on a roll—and it isn’t even summer break yet! Check out their latest successes. You’ll be inspired!
Fit to Print: March 2018Extra, extra! Professors are dishing on issues in higher education, the Mueller investigation, eating vegan on a budget, and much more in this edition of Fit to Print!
HR Updates: March 2018Leadership programs, retirement planning dates, and more great info from Human Resources coming your way!
School Snippets: March 2018Lubin debuts a dazzling new video, a look at food across borders, and more in this month's School Snippets.
Middle States Self-Study Update: Spring 2018Stay up to date on the Middle States review of Pace's accreditation with upcoming town halls in spring 2018.
Faculty Center EventsJoin the Faculty Center for the Best Practices Conference on March 23, and the 17th Annual Faculty Institute on May 17.
Commencement 2018With the spring semester almost halfway over, it's time to prepare for this year's graduating class and ceremony.
Poets@Pace: Spring 2018On Monday, April 2, join the Pace Community for another edition of Poets @ Pace, featuring celebrated poet Ron Padgett.
Research Events: Spring 2018The Office of Research is pleased to announce the following events for Spring 2018. Faculty and staff, take note!
Research: Community ScienceAssistant Professor Anne Toomey, PhD, and her research assistants are engaging teachers and community scientists to understand the relationship among city-dwellers, environmental engagement, and education in New York City.
Springtime at the SchimmelThe Schimmel's here with some fantastic springtime performances—featuring a traditional Irish ensemble, Kathleen Madigan, a Mother Goose ballet, and more!
2018 Film Festival MarathonMark your calendars! March 20 is the sixth annual Celebration of People with Disabilities in Films Festival, held in the Bianco Room.
PACEspectives: Coffee and the WorkplaceThis month we examine the phenomenon of caffeine in the workplace, and ask members of the Pace Community to describe their daily coffee rituals.
This Is Pace: OutcomesThis is Pace—the University-wide ad campaign that launched in 2017—has improved Pace’s perception vs. competitive schools in the New York metropolitan area.
Welcome Provost QuiñonesVanya Quiñones, PhD, has been named the next Provost of Pace University, effective July 1, 2018. We are excited to welcome her into the Pace Community.
Women's Leadership ConferenceFor an informative and impactful day celebrating and discussing leadership on campus, attend the Third Annual Women's Leadership Conference on March 3, 2018.
You’re in the YearbookOn behalf of Student Development and Campus Activities and Legend Yearbook, we cordially invite you to take professional portraits for the 2018 yearbook.
Black History Month 2018From African dance to celebrations of Harriet Tubman and from hip hop's iconic places to an evening of networking at the Copacabana, we've curated a special list of events happening in New York City and Westchester this February.
Faculty Success Stories: February 2018From another Fulbright award to celebrating a Nobel Peace Prize, Pace faculty are always on the move. Catch what they've been up to since the holiday break!
Fit To Print: February 2018The cold never bothered these Pace professors! They're taking on the winter chill with a few sizzling media mic drops. You won't want to miss what they've been up to outside the classroom!
HR Updates: February 2018Retirement planning dates, exciting departmental change, and more highlight this month's updates from Human Resources.
Save the Date! Upcoming EventsThe Westchester Faculty Council and the SGA host the Community Trivia Challenge on February 28, the College of Health Professions will host its Distinguished Lecture Series on March 5 and Pace's Faculty Center hosts its Best Practices Conference on March 23.
Kenan Award Nominations 2018The Kenan Award for Teaching Excellence recognizes exemplary teaching performance by Pace University faculty. The deadline to nominate Pace faculty is Wednesday, February 28.
Phones and Planned ObsolescenceDid you recently buy a new phone that within months, is already old news? This month's PACEspectives tackles this ever-present technological trend.
Research: Decreasing DeliriumCollege of Health Professions professors Lin Drury, PhD, and Sharon Wexler, PhD, are studying how robotic pets can improve the mental well-being of hospitalized older adults.
School Snippets: February 2018A Dyson Professor treks up to the Arctic Circle, and some major updates from Seidenberg!
Book Recs: Philosophy and Religious StudiesBeen pondering the human condition? You're not the first! Here's some book recommendations from the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, which will help you along your journey.
The Professor Is In: Juan ShanSeidenberg Assistant Professor Juan Shan, PhD, talks to Opportunitas about her grant from the National Science Foundation, and her quest to use computer science to better understand arthritis pain.
ITS Connect: February 2018ITS welcomes you back to another exciting year of innovations at Pace, and hopes you all have returned from winter break refreshed and ready for an exhilarating spring semester.
Warm Up with the SchimmelFrom a magically hysterical evening with an internationally acclaimed comedian to flamenco singing to Norwegian Dance choreography, the Schimmel is starting 2018 with a bang.
Fit to Print: December 2017The holiday season is in full swing, but Pace faculty are still hard at work researching and weighing in on a number of important issues. Grab a coffee and settle in, because this month’s Fit to Print is chock-full of insights.
PACEspectives: Favorite Holiday MoviesA Christmas Story. A Rugrats Chanukah. A Muppet Christmas Carol. Pace faculty and staff dish on the memorable holiday movies they’re drawn to, year after year.
Helping for the Holidays‘Tis the season to give back. Here’s where you can lend a helping hand to families in need during the 2017 holiday season.
Giving Tuesday#GivingTuesday returns to Pace on Tuesday, November 28, as the Pace Community hopes to set a new record and surpass last year’s total of $126,000.
HR Updates: November 2017This month, honor your colleagues who have served Pace for five, 10, and even 50 years at the 2017 Employee Recognition Ceremonies.
Fit to Print: October 2017Pace professors don’t stop educating when they step out of the classroom. Take a look at all their latest work from media quotes to published works to special awards!
HR Updates: October 2017Staff Development Day on October 13, TIAA Financial Planning Dates, and more news and notes from Human Resources.
Taking Cybersecurity by Storm
On Friday, October 6, join the Business Council of Westchester and Pace University for the inaugural cybersecurity conference CyberStorm: Cybersecurity in Business.
30 Years of Lubin’s EIRThe Lubin School of Business is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its Executive in Residence Program, which joins C-suite executives with current students for industry insights, networking, and more. This year’s EIRs are Richard L. Gelfond, Barry Klarberg, and Kelvin Joseph.
Research: Going for the GoldFor Lubin Professor Francisco J. Quevedo and Andrea Quevedo-Prince ’20, research is a family affair. The father-daughter duo and karate-do competitors are analyzing fundraising in the nonprofit sector, in attempt to promote a better understanding of the market and nonprofit dynamics, especially aimed at improving fundraising for Olympic sports.
Pace University Experts DatabaseThe Office of Media Relations has launched the Experts Database—bridging the gap between faculty expert knowledge and relevant commentary and analysis.
The Professor Is In: Matthew BoltonThis month, we sat down with Professor Matthew Bolton and learned a little bit about international treaty research, Amy Winehouse, the International Disarmament Institute, and surfing history.
Call for Honorary Degree RecipientsNominations for HDRs are due no later than September 15; we encourage you to nominate an outstanding individual who honorably reflects Pace’s motto of Opportunitas.
Convocation 2017Summer is here and school is out, but this is what faculty and staff need to know about Convocation on the Pleasantville and New York City campuses and welcoming incoming President Marvin Krislov.
Welcome, President Krislov!The Pace Community is excited to welcome Marvin Krislov as the eighth president of Pace University. Krislov, who served for 10 years as the president of Oberlin College, began his term on August 1, 2017.
NYC Master Plan UpdatesImportant news and notes regarding developments from Pace University's NYC Master Plan.
HR Updates: Summer 2017Everything you need to know about summer flex days, the nominations database, PMDP, and more news from HR.
June 2017: Fit to PrintAn op-ed on nuclear disarmament, opinions about the administration in Washington, an interesting segment on cow's milk, and more in this month's Fit to Print!
Building the FoundationSciame Construction’s Marshall Wheeler and Davey Glover sit down with Opportunitas to discuss the nuts and bolts of revitalizing the New York City Campus.
Showcase Your ResearchOn May 4 in NYC, and May 8 in Pleasantville, students and faculty will show us the research projects they've been tirelessly working on all year.
Pave the Way Through ResearchInterested in collaborating with a bright mind? Apply for the undergraduate student/faculty research program grant for summer 2017 or academic year 2017–2018. Applications are due May 15.
May 2017: HR UpdatesGet your benefits plan all settled with the upcoming open enrollment period, running from May 11–25.
Upcoming Workshops and EventsGlobal Psychology Day, Faculty Institute, Assessment Workshop Day, and Pace’s Inaugural Retention Conference—get the latest updates and RSVP today!
April 2017: HR UpdatesTake your daughter or son to work, plan for retirement, and stay up to date with the latest from Human Resources.
April 2017: Fit to PrintPace faculty and staff are weighing in on the Trump administration, Apple and Google campuses, Snapchat, cybersecurity, and more in this month’s Fit to Print.
NYC Master Plan 2017Get ready for a whole new look! In June 2017, Pace University will launch a major project to create new, expanded student-centered spaces on the New York City Campus where students can connect, learn, and collaborate. Find out more at a town hall on April 17.
Welcome to Earth MonthWith nature walks, film screenings, academic conferences, and more, Pace is digging into the pressing environmental issues during Earth Month.
Water, Cooperation, and ConflictRegister today for the Dyson College Institute for Sustainability and the Environment’s Summit on Resilience, held on April 13. Registration is due April 6.
March 2017: Fit to PrintOur faculty and staff are weighing in on immigration ban, "fake news," Super Bowl advertising, and more in this month’s Fit to Print.
Commencement 2017 is ComingCommencement is coming! Faculty and staff need to register no later than March 14.
Call for SessionsThis year’s Faculty Institute will focus on what achievement means for faculty and students. Submit your proposal for a 60-minute session no later than March 24, 2017. Also stay tuned for the inaugural Retention Conference!
GreenPace Award Nominations: Now OpenKnow someone at Pace with a knack for being green? Let it be known! Nominations are now being accepted for the GreenPace Award—recognizing people, departments, organizations, and clubs that are helping to make Pace a greener place.
Book Recommendations: The Librarian Is InLooking to curl up with a book? We’re here with Pace faculty and staff’s latest reading recommendations!
Welcoming Pace’s Eighth President“Pace reflects the dynamism—the great sense of striving to better one’s self, one’s community, and one’s country—that is the essence of the American experience.”—President-elect Marvin Krislov, during visits to each of Pace’s three campuses in February 2017.
February 2017: Fit to PrintPace University faculty and staff are weighing in on the inauguration, Amazon technology, cybersecurity, art that reflects the beauty standards of the past, and other interesting news.
February 2017: HR UpdatesUpcoming events include the 2017 Women at Pace Program and TIAA retirement planning sessions. Plus, an office move.
February 2017: School SnippetsA message from Dean Herrmann, Seidenberg Magazine, and more in this month's School Snippets.
The Librarian Is InLooking to curl up with a book? Our librarians are here with their latest reading recommendations!
December 2016: HR UpdatesAn HR Office move announcement, plus tips and tricks to avoid holiday stress from the Health and Wellness Library.
December 2016: ITS ConnectAn important Kronos upgrade, utilizing Starfish, Open Education Resources, and more from ITS.
December 2016: School SnippetsA message from Dean Herrman, Seidenberg heads to Texas, and Lubin rankings headline this month's School Snippets.
Calling the CouncilsLet your voice be heard and attend an upcoming Administrative Staff Council or Faculty Council meeting or join the Faculty Center for events on diversity, writing, or Digital Studio training.
#GivingTuesday 2016Pace will once again be participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back, and we need your help!
Encore’s Second ActPace's Encore Transition Program got rave reviews in a recent Forbes article. Learn more about our program and register for sessions starting November 14, 2016.
Primary Health Care ConferenceJoin the Lienhard School Nursing for the primary health care conference, “Striving for a Culture of Health” on Friday, November 4 that will highlight essential elements of primary health care.
Pace Path BrochureWant to know more about what the Pace Path is and how it affects you as a faculty or staff member? Check out our new brochure.
November 2016: School SnippetsLubin's new rankings, EY scholarship winners, a Q&A with actor Charles Brice, and pooches for prison and its effects on recidivism. All of this and more in the latest news from eLubin and Dyson Digital Digest.
November 2016: ITS ConnectHere's what you need to know about utilizing Starfish, open education resources, the data center move, and so much more!
November 2016: Fit to PrintPace University faculty and staff are weighing in on the election, environment, exploding phones, and other exciting news. Read all about it in this month’s issue of “Fit to Print.”
Research: Policing DatabaseDyson Professor Hasan Arslan and Seidenberg Professor Daniel Farkas have collaborated on the Statistics Help Officer Training Database System, a project several years in the making, that can help make major headway in improving police and community relations.
Striving for a Culture of HealthJoin the Lienhard School Nursing for the primary health care conference, “Striving for a Culture of Health” on Friday, November 4 that will highlight essential elements of primary health care.
October 2016: ITS ConnectHere's what you need to know about utilizing Starfish, creating an Edublog, open education resources for students, and so much more!
The Pace Path ExplainedWant to know more about what the Pace Path is and how it affects you as a faculty or staff member? Check out our new brochure!
September 2016: Fit to PrintWhat do vampires, social media, Senegal, and Donald Trump have in common? They're just a few of the things Pace faculty and staff are discussing in the news.
The Professor Is In: Jillian McDonaldWhat do George Romero, motherhood, and the word "iceberg" have in common? They're just a few of the things Associate Art Professor Jillian McDonald loves. Read what else tops the list in this month's The Professor Is In.
June/July: HR UpdateWeight Watchers at work, a wellness incentive, financial planning, and staff training—learn about these and other HR opportunities.
June/July: Fit to PrintPace University faculty and staff share their expert opinions on delegates in the presidential election, Target’s support of transgender rights, and companies labeling foods as ‘natural’ in this month's column.
Pace Path: A Q&A with Michael RosenfeldDirector of the Center for Academic Excellence Michael Rosenfeld shares the importance of faculty and staff supporting students along their own Pace paths and why early adoption is critical to success.
Get Ready For Your Encore!If you want to remain active and involved and you have the desire to help make the world a better place, the Pace Encore Transition Program is the place to begin.
May 2016: HR UpdateHR brings us the annual staff picnics, financial planning with TIAA-CREF, training opportunities, and so much more!
May 2016: Fit to PrintPace University faculty and staff are an opinionated and prestigious bunch. See what they're saying about Olive Garden's breadsticks, Obamacare, and the presidential election in this month's issue of "Fit to Print."
2016 Faculty InstituteThis year, the institute will examine literacies across the disciplines and how the creation of a collaborative student community can unify Pace’s diverse campus.
Spirit of Pace Awards 2016On June 8, join us under the big blue whale as Pace University hosts the Spirit of Pace Awards Dinner to honor several members of the Pace Community and support student scholarship.
Commencement 2016Commencement is just around the corner, so here’s the 411 for faculty and staff members. From award ceremonies, to dates and times, find out what you need to know.
Faculty Institute 2016This year, the institute will examine literacies across the disciplines and how the creation of a collaborative student community can unify Pace’s diverse campus.
Summer 2016 at PaceIf summer school doesn’t sound like your idea of fun, think again. Pace is offering classes and workshops for faculty and staff as well as a summer program for techie teens.
April 2016: School SnippetsLubin talks about their new ICC partnership, it's new Fast-track MBA, and much more.
April 2016: HR UpdateHR brings Pace employees information about training sessions and development opportunities, and we gear up for Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.
Earth Month 2016April showers bring May flowers…or so we hear. To find out what else April has to offer the Pace Community, check out our numerous events celebrating Earth Month.
Funny Business with EIRHe’s won Emmys and a Tony, he’s written for hit television shows such as “Saturday Night Live” and “The Late Show with David Letterman”, and now Alan Zweibel is Lubin’s Executive in Residence. Catch this one-man show on March 29 in the Schimmel.
March 2016: School SnippetsRobot wars, a new tech infrastructure, a Pace alumna on Netflix, a conversation on conservation, plus so much more in this month's School Snippets.
March 2016: HR UpdateHR brings Pace employees special health and wellness seminars on sleep and sleep disorders and shares information about training sessions and development opportunities, and we gear up for Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.
March 2016: ITS ConnectFrom Mobile Tech Meetings and Webinar Wednesdays to active learning classrooms and accessing Pace Wi-Fi, this month's ITS updates are keeping you connected.
Pace Path Series: A Q&A with Brian EvansPace Path Coordinator and Assistant Provost for Experiential Learning Brian Evans shares his views on the Pace Path and answers questions for faculty and staff.
Crowdfunding for SuccessHelp a documentary filmmaking class get to Cuba, send 12 student researchers to a science conference in Springfield, or help students land internships at organizations with a social mission. The choice is yours!
Great Strides in ResearchCybersecurity, nursing abroad, social justice, and so much more—in the last few years, Pace University has made great strides in research. Here is the latest update from the Office of Sponsored Research.
Kenan Award NominationsThe faculty is the backbone of any university and at Pace, we're all about rewarding excellence. Nominations for the Kenan Award for Teaching Excellence are due February 12.
February 2016: HR UpdateHR brings Pace employees a special health and wellness seminar on sleep and sleep disorders and we gear up for Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day and shares information about training sessions and development opportunities.
Showtime at the SchimmelFrom the Flying Karamazov Brothers to the singing Bacon Brothers (joined by a PPA professor) to blues and boogie woogie, the snow show must go on at the Schimmel!
December/January: President's BlogIn his latest blog post, President Friedman gives thanks to the generosity of the Pace Community, which made Giving Tuesday a remarkable success.
December/January: School SnippetsEntrepreneurship in Israel, faculty news, new majors from Dyson and Lubin, and more in this month's School Snippets.
December/January: ITS ConnectGet ready for the snowy season by connecting remotely to your office computer, accessing your virtual classroom, and more. Also new are updates to Qualtrics and a Blackboard migration that may affect you!
December/January: Fit to PrintFrom Instagram to #literaryswag and from nursing to cybersecurity, Pace faculty and staff are making the news.
Work Toward GoodnessDid you know that doing good is good for you? Hear from faculty and staff who are giving back and find out why we should make 2016 the year of the volunteer!
Jefferson Award Winners 2015The results are in: 12 members of the Pace Community have been selected to receive Jefferson Awards Bronze Medals for their commitment to service.
Tribute to TroopsThis Veterans Day, the Pace Community shares a big, heart-felt “thank you” with those who have served.
Encore’s Second ActPace University’s Encore Transition Program takes a new form this fall with a hybrid format that combines in-person workshops and an online component for those transitioning into their encore careers.
November 2015: President's BlogPresident Friedman discusses the importance of finding and sticking with your passion in his latest blog post.
Wilson Center Names Faculty FellowsEach year the Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship funds four fellowships for Pace University faculty to grow our diverse portfolio of research projects with a focus on the identification and analysis of issues facing nonprofits and social enterprises. Here are this year's fellows.
You Besca Believe ItOn Tuesday, November 3, Mark Besca ’81, NYC office managing partner at EY (Ernst & Young), will visit the Westchester Campus as part of Lubin’s Executive in Residence program.
True PartnershipsA Wilson Center discussion between Pace University’s Lauren Birney and Jon Forrest Dohlin of the Wildlife Conservation Society and the New York Aquarium to discuss their collaboration on the Billion Oyster Project.
October: President's BlogIn his latest blog posts, President Friedman gears up for his InsideTrack conversation with Kerry Kennedy and presents his welcome video to the Pace Community.
October: School SnippetsLubin brings us high rankings, a case competition, scholarship winners, and so much more! Dyson shares new faculty information, a dancing diva, and a history of classroom innovation.
October: ITS Connect