Student Honors and Awards

Student Honors and Awards

[New York City Advertising Team with Keith Reinhard, Chairman, DDB Worldwide]
New York City Advertising Team with Keith Reinhard, Chairman, DDB Worldwide

[Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA)]
Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA)

[Beta Alpha Psi]
Beta Alpha Psi

[National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)]
National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)

[Pace University MarketingAssociation (PUMA)]
Pace University Marketing Association (PUMA)

[The Student Managed Investment Portfolio team]
The Student Managed Investment Portfolio team

 

Advertising Teams
At the 2016 American Advertising Federation's (AAF) National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC), the New York City Advertising Team placed first in the plans book and media plan categories, and third place overall among nine teams competing. Pace Pleasantville came in a very close second among eight teams competing, with first-place scores from two of the four judges. For more information about the New York City Advertising Team and its activities, visit webpage.pace.edu/paceadteam or e-mail Professor Larry Chiagouris at lchiagouris@pace.edu. For more information about the Pleasantville Advertising Team and its activities, e-mail Professor Paul Kurnit at pkurnit@pace.edu.

Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA)
The Pace University chapter of the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA) ranked 1st place in the North East Region at the 2010 KPMG accounting case competition, held on August 2010 in Orlando, Florida. The ALPFA/KPMG case study competition is an annual event sponsored by KPMG LLP. The event provides finance and accounting students with the opportunity to compete on both a regional and national level with the assistance of partners and managers from KPMG. It also provides students with the opportunity to network with finance and accounting professionals from one of the leading Latino organizations in the United States. For more information about the chapter and its activities, visit www.alpfany.org or e-mail ALPFAPaceChapter@gmail.com.

Beta Alpha Psi
At the 2016 Beta Alpha Psi Atlantic Coast Regional Conference, Lubin's Iota Lambda chapter of Beta Alpha Psi won first place in the Leadership and Management category. At the 2015 BAP Annual Regional Conference, the chapter won first place in the Effective Operations category and third place in International Impact. The chapter achieved Gold Status for 2015-2016. Beta Alpha Psi is the national honors fraternity for financial information professionals. For more information about the chapter and its activities, visit bappace.org or e-mail bap@pace.edu.

Beta Gamma Sigma
Lubin's Beta Gamma Sigma chapter has qualified for "Highest Honors" for the 2015-2016 academic year, a distinction granted to only 10% of 550+ chapters. Professor Jessica Magaldi has been awarded the Beta Gamma Sigma 2016 Outstanding Chapter Advisor Award. This distinction is awarded to one chapter advisor among all of the international chapters of the society.

Pace University's Marketing Association (PUMA)
At the 2016 American Marketing Association International Collegiate Conference in New Orleans, Pace students represented the New York City and Pleasantville chapters of the Pace University Marketing Association (PUMA). The teams competed against many schools from across the country, and both the New York City and the Pleasantville team won the Outstanding Chapter Planning Award. The Pleasantville team also won the Outstanding Marketing Week competition. For more information about the PUMA chapter and its activities, please contact dsandler@pace.edu (NYC) or pgopalakrishna@pace.edu (PLV).

Student Managed Investment Portfolio
The Student Managed Investment Portfolio's 39% gain for the 2013 calendar year placed Pace University first in the "Undergraduate Growth" category at the Global Asset Management Education Forum held in March 2014. For the 2013 fiscal year, Lubin's SMIP returned 24.74%, outperforming its benchmark indices: the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) 13.13%, S&P 500 16.06%, and NASDAQ 17.05%. For more information about the SMIP and its activities, contact Professor Ron Filante at rfilante@pace.edu.