Pace students are very involved in the legislative process of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA). Roxanna Arvanaghi, class of 2014, served for her second term as our student society House of Delegates (HOD) representative, and Matt Lazar, class of 2015, served for the first year as our representative in the Assembly of Representatives (AOR). Aaron Weber, class of 2014, served as the lead teller, assisting with resolution editing for the second year. Read more.
For the second year in a row, the Pace University-Lenox Hill Hospital PA Program was recognized at the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) conference for supporting a worthy cause. Read more.
Michelle Melchiorre ('14) recently presented on "Navigating the Affordable Care Act" at the AAPA conference. She serves as Northeast Regional Director of the Student Academy of AAPA (SAAAPA) and Chair of the Healthcare Legislation group. Read more.
Dominique Sisto (class of 2014), Amy Rosentel (class of 2015), and Megan Greger (class of 2015) recently had the opportunity to participate in career day at Harlem Village Academy, meeting with high school students and explaining the physician assistant career. Read more.
In March, PA students from the class of 2015 had a bake sale to raise money for the Henry’s Hope Festival of Races event that benefits the Esophageal Cancer Action Network (ECAN). Read more.
Throughout the spring semester, Pace PA students have been playing in the Pace intramural volleyball league. Read more.
With dozens of blood drives canceled due to over sixteen snowstorms in the 2013-2014 winter season in New York, the Pace University Physician Assistant Class of 2015 decided to use their numbers to deliver life-saving blood products to patients in need. On March 6th, 2014, the PA students at Pace teamed up with the New York Blood Center and ran the most successful blood drive to date. Read more.
On Friday February 7th, 2014 the Pace University Physician Assistant Class of 2015 commemorated the 10th annual National Wear Red Day as part of the American Heart Association's “Go Red for Women” campaign. Read more.
Pace University PA students commemorated Veteran's Day by raising funds for military children. Read more.