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Hurricane Dorian Relief EffortsHurricane Dorian has destroyed portions of the Bahamas and battered the US Coast leaving many of us asking ourselves, what can I do? Pace’s CCAR and ōMA have some recommendations on how to help.
Screening: 1 Angry Black Man (NYC)Join Pace University's Office of Multicultural Affairs (ōMA) on Monday, September 23, for an exclusive free screening of the critically-acclaimed film, 1 Angry Black Man, followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers.
Remembering 9/11The events of 9/11 have had a profound effect on a generation of people around the world, but our University, located mere blocks away from the World Trade Center, felt the impact first-hand. Come together with the Pace Community to remember, reflect, and honor those we lost at events being held on both campuses.
The Film EditorWill Giuseffi ’20 is one of the editors who worked on the award-winning PaceDocs film last year. He’s also a proud member of Alpha Chi Epsilon, an Eagle Scout, practices martial arts, and he just wrapped up a summer internship. Keep up!
NYC Events Roundup: September 2019The first semester back can be hectic, which is why student clubs and organizations on the NYC Campus are hosting events to de-stress; warm up with some b-ball, tie-dye with your friends, shake it off at karaoke night, and more!
PLV Events Roundup: September 2019Water carnival. Paint night. Karaoke and mocktails. Even more finger-licking BBQ. These student clubs and organizations on the PLV Campus want to make sure you’re having fun while hitting the books. Don’t miss out on these awesome September events!
2019 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 11, 2019.
Learning Outcomes Reception (NYC)Wilson Center summer interns are back and they’re ready to share what they learned! See what they present on Wednesday, September 11, plus more info on this exclusive summer-funded internship program.
Creative Writers’ Workshop 2019 (NYC)Are you a writer of color who believes the diversity you experience in your daily life should be reflected in literature? Join us on Wednesday, September 11, for an info session! Your story matters.
Seeking Climate JusticeStudents worldwide are coming together to lobby the United Nations to take decisive climate action. Learn how to get involved on Monday, September 9 (PLV Campus), or Tuesday, September 10 (NYC Campus), with renowned environmental lawyer Antonio Oposa Jr.
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.
Common Hour Conversation with CCARGun control. Immigration. Food insecurity. Join CCAR for their Fall 2019 discussion groups set to address a number of important issues leading up to the 2020 US presidential election. Let YOUR voice be heard.
2019 Textbook Tips and ResourcesDid you know that 80% of textbooks are available for rental? Or that the Pace Bookstore offers price matching for Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and more? Be sure to take note of these helpful tips when buying textbooks!
Study Abroad Fairs: Fall 2019On Wednesday, September 11 (NYC Campus), and Thursday, September 12 (PLV Campus), you’re invited to learn more about how you can study abroad. It’ll set you apart in the job market and give you an unforgettable experience. No FOMO here!
ōMA Fall 2019 Events (NYC)The Office of Multicultural Affairs (ōMA) is committed to creating a culture of diversity, inclusion, and belonging on the NYC Campus. Meet with them on Thursday, September 19, as they unveil their events for the fall semester!
Safety and Security Training (NYC)You can never be too prepared. Join Pace Safety and Security on Tuesday, September 24, and Wednesday, September 25, for important training programs that will help you protect yourself and your loved ones in the event of an emergency.
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.
Meet the Greeks: Fall 2019Thinking about going Greek? On Tuesday, September 17 (NYC Campus), and Wednesday, September 18 (PLV Campus), you’ll get the chance to meet with reps from Pace fraternities and sororities!
The Record-BreakerSwimming and diving champ Jana Ciric ’20 broke six records during her tenure on Pace’s Division II team. You might have met her before—she’s a dedicated math tutor as well as a programmer, and she’s from Niš, Serbia.
The Founding EditorFounder and Editor-in-Chief of Pretty Smart magazine, Brianna Adkins ’21 is always looking for ways to use her platform to uplift the voices of women and girls. But did you know she’s also a killer coder, too? Writing and tech are kind of her thing.
Career Services Roundup: September 2019Need to polish your resume? Wondering if LinkedIn is still a thing? Want to land an internship? Career Services has got you covered! They’re rolling out a ton of workshops, career fairs, boot camps, and more to make sure you’re ready to seize a new opportunity with a great company.
Meet at the Center: Fall 2019 Edition (NYC)Let’s queer this semester up! Starting Monday, September 9, the LGBTQA+ and Social Justice Center will be rolling out a ton of weekly discussion groups—and you’re invited. Join them for Out to Lunch, T-Time, QTPOC Corner, Healing Friday, and more.
Welcome Events 2019 (PLV)A new semester means new beginnings, and on the PLV Campus, there’s always something to get involved in! Sing your heart out at karaoke, sample local cuisine, prepare to be amazed at a mind-reading magic show, and so much more.
Intramurals: Fall 2019Dodgeball. Ultimate frisbee. Flag football. Badminton. Don’t wait! You have until Friday, September 20, to register for the first round of intramurals. Get ready to serve up the competition this season with your fellow Setters.
Athletics Roundup: September–October 2019Break out your blue and gold because Pace Athletics is back! You’re invited to cheer on our knock-out teams; from football to volleyball to cross country to soccer to field hockey, this season is jam-packed. Are you ready to celebrate that Setter pride?
2019 Campus Involvement FairsWPAW radio. Queer Society. Profashionals. High Definition. On Tuesday, September 3 (PLV Campus), and Thursday, September 12 (NYC Campus), you’ll get the chance to meet reps from our more than 100+ student clubs and organizations. What group will YOU join this year?
Volunteer with CCAR: Fall 2019Plant trees at the Rockefeller State Park Preserve, pack groceries for the New York Common Pantry, cheer on runners at the Miles for Meals 5k, and much more. This is your opportunity to give back to your community. Let’s do some good!
Weeks of Welcome 2019 (NYC)Fall Fest. BSU Block Party. Paint and Sip. Headphone Disco. Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival. The NYC Campus is kicking off the fall semester in a big way with events happening almost every day throughout September. Join us!
Annual Training UpdatesBeginning in 2019, on an annual basis, all Pace University students, faculty, and staff will be required to complete an online Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Prevention training program. This month, be on the look-out for an email to complete your training.
5 Steps to Conquering Move-in DayWhen is move-in day? Can you ship things ahead of time? What should you bring? How can you prepare? Moving into Pace’s residence halls can seem daunting, but we'll help you troubleshoot the big day.
5 Reasons to Study AbroadCroissants in Paris. The ruins of ancient Rome. Business in Beijing. Studying abroad isn’t just about the unforgettable travel experience. By living somewhere entirely new, you’ll set yourself apart in the job market post-graduation while still earning credits toward your degree.
Top Tips for OrientationClass of 2023, put your paws up! As you head to campus, keep in mind these five ways to help make your Orientation experience as worthwhile as possible, which will help ensure that you’ll be ready and raring to go come move-in day.
Convocation 2019Get ready, #PaceU, because we’re gearing up for Tuesday, September 3, where we’ll be welcoming the Class of 2023! Stop by on either the PLV or NYC Campus for a fun and informative day celebrating a new class of Setters.
Your Feature in The PulseEvery Pace student has a story. What’s yours? Submit for an opportunity to be interviewed by The Pulse editor who will write up an exclusive feature all about you. We’ll share it with the entire community on Pace’s social media!
Pitch Your StoryWant to make your voice heard? Pitch to us for a chance to be published on Medium.com! With over 220 million visitors per month, your message will reach a whole new audience. Talk about #influencer.
2019 Guide to Your First Semester at PaceWelcome, #PaceU Class of 2023! If you’re stressing about your first semester, never fear—check out our quick guide with info on how to find campus events, what student clubs and orgs to join, and more.
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.
The Content ProducerJames Shefferman ’19 has been working since his first year at Pace. From video production intern all the way to manager of video content, he has quite a bit of advice for the next generation of Pace students.
The Editor-in-ChiefThe Pace Press opened doors for Katrina Alonso ’19 when she was a first-year student. Now its editor-in-chief, she’s been opening doors for others—particularly diverse voices, which has paved the way for greater representation.
PaceCast: Graduation and OutcomesPlug in, #PaceU! President Krislov is sitting down with PLV Director of Career Counseling Bless Vaidian and three graduating seniors to talk about their experiences and successes thanks to Career Services.
Apply for the Fulbright US Student Program!Broaden your perspective. Explore a new culture. See the world. Apply by Monday, July 8, in order to be eligible for a Fulbright grant! Lasting approximately one year, you can pursue an English teaching assistantship or study and research projects.
Publishing Before and After Stonewall (NYC)Join leading LGBTQA+ publishing professionals on Tuesday, June 4, as they compare notes on representation, cultural breakthroughs, their own career choices, and what you should be reading right now.
The Theater JournalistDaniel Bryan ’19, like any savvy journalist, landed an internship at NY1 by contacting leads. While there, he assisted with interviewing Broadway stars like Nicolette Robinson, Daniel Radcliffe, Cuba Gooding Jr., Kerry Washington, and more!
The Entertainment ManagerThe Lion King on Broadway. Mr. Robot. Blue Bloods. Law & Order: SVU. What do all these iconic titles have in common? Cayley Plotkin ’19, who’s interned for some of the biggest names in the biz.
The Ad Marketing MavenKirstie Mekhail ’19 just wrapped up an internship at Nickelodeon, but she’s also worked social media in the restaurant business and PR and marketing for #MetGala designer Zac Posen—and she’s learned a lot.
Inside the Actors Studio: Willem Dafoe (NYC)#GoT and Narcos actor Pedro Pascal will be hosting the next Inside the Actors Studio on Monday, May 13. He’s set to interview four-time Academy Award nominated actor Willem Dafoe right here on Pace's NYC Campus.
The Brand ManagerVolleyball player Nicole Pivetti ’21 knows how to serve the looks. She’s interned twice for Max Mara, bringing her business savvy to the world of fashion, as well as her broad perspective as an international student from Italy.
Senior Testimonials: Class of 2019Study abroad. Comedy clubs. Tour guides. Three graduating seniors share the experiences that fundamentally changed their time at Pace. Take our survey to share your story, too!
Pace Magazine Is In!The latest and greatest issue of Pace Magazine is now available online—in which new student spaces help re-imagine Pace’s role as a 21st century innovator, and much more. If you want to keep up on what’s happening in our community, this is where to start!
Pace Day at Yankee Stadium (NYC)We’re taking you out to the ball game on Tuesday, July 30! Join us when the Yankees face off against the Arizona Diamondbacks and get a special New York Yankees hat with the Pace logo when you buy a ticket.
Student Film Screening: Spring 2019 (NYC)Presenting: Pace on film! Celebrate with us on Wednesday, May 15, when students from the Film and Screen Studies Department unveil the work they wrote, directed, and produced themselves.
Commencement 2019The Commencement speakers have been posted, caps and gowns were distributed, and we’re prepping for the award ceremonies and receptions. You worked hard for this, Setters. The big day is almost here!
The World TravelerPolitical science major David Sharif ’19 has been tirelessly traveling the globe in his mission to raise awareness about autism. He’s part of the OASIS program here at Pace, eager to act as an educator and spokesperson.
From the Desk of the PresidentWith final exams right around the corner, Pace President Marvin Krislov shares resources and some helpful reminders to get you through to summer.
Meet Your Academic Advisor (NYC)Take a study break and meet your new academic advisor! On Wednesday, May 8, all first-year students are welcome to stop by for free dessert and face time with the expert who will be guiding you through your next three years at Pace.
Beyond Plastics (NYC)On Monday, April 29, meet the experts leading the grassroots movement against single-use plastic in NYC, and learn more about the latest issues surrounding plastic pollution and climate change. You CAN make a difference. Start now.
Dance Out Loud 2019 (NYC)Starting Friday, May 3, PPA’s Commercial Dance students are steppin’ out to show off their skill in one of the most highly anticipated performances of the year. Dance Out Loud is non-stop fun and flair, and not a show you want to miss.
2019 MCVA Showcase (PLV)Join students from the Media, Communications, and Visual Arts (MCVA) program on Thursday, May 9, when they present the culmination of their work! There will be lunch, a DJ, photo ops, plenty of activities, and awards.
2019 Pace BioBlitz (PLV)Break out your binoculars! On Friday, May 10, explore the diversity of life on the PLV Campus with trained experts in the field. There’s also bus transportation available for students on the NYC Campus!
The Fashion InfluencerYouTuber and fashion expert Roxana Saravia ’20 has been using her platform to inspire the next generation of Pace students. She also works on The Wendy Williams Show as a wardrobe intern. Talk about #influencer.
Hawaii: Living on the Edge in Paradise?On Tuesday, May 7 (PLV), and Wednesday, May 8 (NYC), PaceDocs invites you to the screening of their much-anticipated documentary about Kīlauea’s volcanic eruption and the resiliency of the Hawaiian people.
Springback 2019 (PLV)The dream of the ’90s is alive—at Pace! On Saturday, April 27, relive the nostalgia at the Programming Board’s annual spring carnival with rides, food, and plenty of ’90s music. It’ll be totally radical.
Finals Prep 2019It’s time to hit the books! Check out the following extended hours for the Mortola and Birnbaum Library, and make some time to relieve your stress with Midnight Breakfast, a comedy show, and therapy doggos—all leading up to finals. You got this, #PaceU!
16th Annual Business Plan Competition (NYC)Submit your business ideas by Wednesday, May 15, in order to be eligible to win $500—plus bragging rights. Many winners of the eLab’s Pace Business Plan Competition have gone on to become founders. Are you the next CEO?
Ernst & Young Scholarship 2019Attention accounting majors: apply for the Ernst & Young Scholarship by Wednesday, May 15, for a chance to earn funding for your education. Up to $5,000 in awards!
Open Mic Night 2019 (PLV)Voice. Dance. Spoken word. Stand-up. On Wednesday, April 24, get ready for WPAW’s big event: Open Mic Night, where hidden talents on the PLV Campus will be on full display. Be there!
This Week in NYCDon’t get FOMO, get on these exclusive NYC events: from Take Back the Night to a Stonewall uprising talk to a United Nations sustainability panel to the Science Gala, you won’t want to miss out.
Paws and Breathe (PLV)Unwind with animal therapy on Monday, April 22, when Pace’s very own Pawfessor Spirit arrives to guide you through proven breathing techniques to combat stress! This pupfessional wants all the pets, please.
50/50 Goes Full Glam (PLV)Hair and makeup tutorials to fight stigmas in the beauty industry. Denim Day to raise awareness about victim blaming. Planting wishes to see them “grow true.” All that and more on the PLV Campus this week, where Setters work to make the world a better place.
Sit Down with a Senator (PLV)On Thursday, April 18, IGNITE your passion for student activism at a town hall with New York State Senator Pete Harckham on the PLV Campus! Opening remarks will be made by President Marvin Krislov and Provost Vanya Quiñones, PhD.
The Marketing ManagerPresident of Setter Stage Richmond Landicho ’20 interned twice for NBCUniversal: once for integrated marketing and then for the Late Night team. But it was a mistake he made that ultimately led to his success. Also? He’s a black belt in taekwondo. Yeah.
50/50 Slides Into SpringTropical Masquerade. Dunk tanks. Life-sized hamster balls. Slip ’n slide. Backyard BBQ. Pool party. It’s spring on the PLV Campus, which means plenty of outdoor activities. Jump in!
7th Annual Lavender Awards (NYC)So many fabulous people create and facilitate space for the thriving LGBTQA community at Pace, and on Friday, May 3, we’ll get to honor their dedication. Show your support for their efforts toward inclusivity at the annual Lavender Awards!
Island Vybez Fashion Show (PLV)Culture. Style. Extravagance. On Saturday, May 4, the Students of Caribbean Awareness will host their annual fashion show, and it’s set to serve all the looks. Wear your best and watch as your fellow Setters hit the runway.
A Talk with Julia Weldon (NYC)Join actor and musician Julia Weldon on Monday, April 15, for an exclusive talk about their experience being queer, nonbinary, and trans in the entertainment industry. A Q&A will follow!
New York Concerti Sinfonietta (NYC)We’re turning it up on Thursday, April 25, for one of the most famous orchestral works in Chinese history, as well as selections of Western chamber music. Ready for a little night music? Join us for this live performance!
2019 Senior TestimonialsGraduation is just around the corner, but before you go, leave your legacy behind for the incoming Class of 2023. Share your favorite memories at Pace and some of your parting words of wisdom for the next generation of Setters!
2019 Student and Faculty Research DaysSee the incredible research conducted by Pace students! On Wednesday, May 8 (NYC), and Thursday, May 9 (PLV), participants will showcase their work at Pace’s annual Student and Faculty Research Days. You can also sign up to be part of next year’s event.
Opportunity Zones (NYC)On Tuesday, April 23, Pace President Marvin Krislov will host a half-day conference with many influential members of the financial, not-for-profit, and government sectors to promote investment in low-income communities. Be part of the change.
Setter Success StoriesPace Setters are setting the pace all over the world. From the Model United Nations in Rome to the CEAIE Teach in China program to the Eastern Colleges Science Conference in Orlando, FL, their successes are global. Check out what they’ve been up to!
Blue and Golds Award Ceremony (PLV)On Friday, May 3, we’re celebrating the Setters who make Pace so great! Join us for this special ceremony recognizing the incredible dedication from students and student groups on the PLV Campus.
Meet the New Pace Student-Run BusinessThey’re open the earliest, and they’re creating a lot of buzz: meet Pace Fit, the brand new student-run business on the PLV Campus! Swing by for plenty of smoothies, shakes, snacks, and more. Yuuuum.
Inside the Actors Studio: David OyelowoAward-winning actress and comedian Jane Lynch will be hosting the next Inside the Actors Studio on Tuesday, April 9. Request your free tickets now! She’s set to interview celebrated actor and producer David Oyelowo.
The Entertainment JournalistAt first, Infiniti Bowie ’19 wanted to be an actress, and almost attended the same program as Anne Hathaway. But her journey to PR and, ultimately, landing an internship on The Dr. Oz Show, is a story that resonates with anyone who ever felt uncertain about their chosen career.
Visit Thornwood Town Center (PLV)Get in, Setters. We’re going shopping. Every Thursday throughout the month of April, you’ll get the chance to visit the Thornwood Town Center for stores like CVS, GameStop, Italia Brick Oven Pizza, and more.
Knowing Your Voice (NYC)You’re invited to the Christian Fellowship at Pace’s inaugural women’s conference on Saturday, April 20! Dynamic speakers will share their stories to empower, educate, enlighten, and inspire women across generations. All are welcome.
Faculty Art Show (PLV)Join the Art Department on Wednesday, April 17, for an exclusive exhibit of original art by Pace faculty to commemorate the new Choate House Gallery! There will be hors d’oeuvres and a raffle of an art supplies basket.
Submit Your Photos for CommencementInterested in having your favorite college memory captured in the 2019 Commencement video? Submit your Pace pics by Monday, April 22, for a chance to be included in a video shared right before the ceremony for everyone to see!
National Poetry Month at the Library (NYC)The Birnbaum Library is celebrating the 2019 National Poetry Month with a screening of Breakfast at Tiffany’s, test print pop-up shop, poetry reading (and popcorn!), and much more. Show some whit, man, and enjoy the festivities.
Clash of the Schools (NYC)Hit the court on Tuesday, April 2, when SGA hosts a basketball game to end all basketball games. Schools will go head-to-head for a chance to win cash. It’s CHP vs. Dyson vs. Lubin vs. SOE vs. Seidenberg on the NYC Campus!
Apollo Night 2019 (NYC)The Apollo Theater has come to Pace! On Wednesday, April 3, students will perform for prizes and bragging rights—all determined by you, the audience. Who will become the next Pace legend?
Screening: Keep the Change (NYC)On Tuesday, April 9, join the Pace Community and OASIS alumna Samantha Elisofon '14 for a special screening of Keep the Change, a film written for and starring actors on the autism spectrum.
The Fashion Biz VisionariesBrennan Bodin ’19 and Madison Terry ’19, executives of Profashionals, recently caught the attention of tech giant Adobe. They got to host an AdobeLive event all about personal branding—but this dynamic duo didn’t always mesh.
A Conversation with AJR (NYC)It’s official: Pace Music Group will be hosting AJR, the multi-talented and multi-instrumentalist brothers, on Wednesday, April 10. Come learn more about their rise to fame on YouTube, plus a Q&A session!
Middle States Is Here!Please join us in welcoming the Middle States Evaluating Team, who will be on campus Monday, April 1–Wednesday, April 3. Need a quick refresher on what you might be asked? We have just the guide for you.
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.
Poet-Tree Month (PLV)Celebrate Poetry Month starting Monday, April 1, by writing a poem and hanging it on one of the trees in the Mortola Library! It doesn’t have to be Leaves of Grass, but by all means, start harvesting that inspiration.
Coffee With Your Community (NYC)Grab a cup of coffee with Pace faculty and staff on Thursday, April 4, during an open forum discussion! This is your opportunity to share your comments and concerns with administrative leaders in an effort to make Pace a better place.
Third Annual Queer Gala (NYC)Dancing. Food. Fun. You’re invited to attend the Queer Gala on Saturday, April 6, an inclusive and empowering event for all LGBTQA+ Pace students and allies.
50/50 Tie-Dyes T-Shirts (PLV)Yoga. Spring BBQ. White tie party. Step and stroll show. Paint your flag. Tie-dyeing. These events on the PLV Campus are sure to put a spring in your step!
Out of the Darkness Campus Walks 2019We invite you to walk with the Pace Community on Friday, April 26 (NYC), or Saturday, May 4 (PLV), to raise awareness about suicide and eliminate stigma surrounding mental health. No one is ever alone. Join us for this important initiative.
The Global EducatorDanielle Gehrlein ’21 is a student affairs representative for SOE with a passion for teaching that started when she was just 10 years old. She volunteered with kids that age in Ghana last summer, teaching subjects like English and math.
Blue and Golds Award Ceremony 2019 (PLV)Now’s your chance to nominate the people and organizations working to enrich the PLV Campus every single day. Who do YOU think should be recognized for their Pace pride? Apply by Monday, March 25, at midnight.
Athletics Roundup: April–May 2019 (PLV)Pace Goes Pink, Blue Out, Senior Day, and more! The Pace Athletics lineup is looking strong for April and May. Come out to show support for your Setters before the semester is over.
2019 ASDS Repertory Season (NYC)For seven weeks, graduating students in The Actors Studio Drama School will be showcasing the culmination of their intensive study, and you’re invited! Starting Wednesday, March 27, enjoy theater like you’ve never seen it before.
Spirit Week 2019Setter Jam. Relay for Life. Open Mic Night. Softball. Spirit Week starts on Monday, April 1, on the NYC Campus and Monday, April 8, on the PLV Campus. Are you ready for all the amazing events we have in store for you?
2019 Undergrad Research ProgramAre you interested in working with a professor in your field? What about diving into scholarly or creative research? Apply by Monday, May 20, for a chance to receive funding and present at Pace’s annual Research Day.
Schimmel Center: April–May 2019 (NYC)PPA presents a haunting spring play, Dance Out Loud returns, a weekend music fest, plus a special preview of what’s in store this summer. We’re so hype for the Schimmel Center’s latest lineup!
One Million Acts of Good (NYC)Be an agent of change by joining SDACA on Thursday, March 28, to participate in the #OneMillionActsOfGood campaign! One small act of kindness can make a big impact. It all starts with you.
Career Prep Roundup 2019It’s officially spring, which means new beginnings—and job opportunities! Get help sprucing up your resume, network with employers in your field, and prep for the Job and Internship Fair happening on Wednesday, March 27 (PLV).
2019 Writing Awards (NYC)And the winner is ... you’ll have to come to the NYC Writing Awards on Monday, May 6, to find out! In total, $15,000 will be awarded to Pace students for their groundbreaking work in categories such as fiction, poetry, screenplays, and more.
Beat the Rush (By Appointment)Schedule an appointment with your advisor before undergraduate registration begins on Monday, April 22. You won’t want to be stuck in (very, very) long lines!
Earth Month 2019 (PLV)Earth Month is upon us, and the PLV Campus is celebrating in a big way! Join the Dyson College Institute for Sustainability and the Environment for a tour of the Nature Center (and its animals!), tree planting, birding, and even a nature photography contest. You won’t want to miss a thing.
50/50 Reaches for the Stars (PLV)Discussing immigration. Making edible (vegan!) cookie dough. Taking back the night. Crafting origami star jars. Here’s what’s happening on the PLV Campus next.
The Marketing ExecutivePresident of the Pace University Marketing Association (PUMA) Marquise Steward ’20 thrives on the competitive nature of the ad industry, but still struggles with accepting praise. That is, until he received some valuable advice.
Purim Party (PLV)Good eats. Great company. Get ready for PLV’s Purim party! Celebrate one of the happiest Jewish holidays on Wednesday, March 13, with a special drag performance by Lady SinAGaga (get it?).
50/50 Rates Dogs (PLV)The therapy dogs are coming! 12/10 would recommend you be there. Also coming up: the Asian Student Union’s snack shack, Sigma Iota Chi’s taco night, a pageant for inner and outer beauty, and much more on the PLV Campus.
Relay for Life 2019One community. One day. One night. One fight. On Friday, April 12, the Pace Community is kicking off its annual Relay For Life event. Sign up today!
Digital Life 2019 (NYC)Explore the brand new NYC Tech Zone with President Marvin Krislov and Provost Vanya Quiñones, PhD, on Tuesday, March 12! There will be a student art exhibition featuring the theme: Digital Life. Is technology truly necessary? Find out.
Executive in Horizons 2019 (NYC)Multi-award-winning executive producer Margaret “Peggy” Kim is the founder and CEO of iSTAND Media, and she’s coming to Pace! Be there on Tuesday, March 26, when she shares her industry expertise.
2019 Summer Funded InternshipsGet paid work experience this summer by applying for a funded internship at organizations such as government agencies, nonprofits, and social enterprises. Info sessions are available on Monday, March 11 (PLV), and Thursday, March 14 (NYC).
Imagine It Forward with Beth Comstock (NYC)Former CMO and Vice Chair of General Electric Beth Comstock is visiting on Monday, March 25, to discuss her 30-year career as a change maker. She’ll also sign copies of her new book, Imagine It Forward!
Visiting Artist Talk with Kyle Staver (NYC)Distinguished member of the National Academy of New York Kyle Staver is an artist known for her painting, pottery, and sculpture. She’ll be visiting on Friday, April 5, to deliver an exclusive talk about her work.
Holi at Pace 2019Celebrate the joyous Hindu spring festival with your friends! On Wednesday, April 3 (NYC), and Friday, April 26 (PLV), Pace is getting colorful—and you’re invited.
Pace Pitch Contest 2019 (NYC)You won’t have to deliver your big idea in an elevator, but you could get the chance to pitch to a panel of judges. Apply by Monday, March 25, for your chance to win first prize: $1,000 in cash.
Spring Break 2019Pace students are packing for spring break, but some are prepping for some seriously cool trips: filming a documentary in Hawai‘i, studying health care in Costa Rica, and much more. Check out what they’ll be up to!
The People's ChemistScience enthusiast Julia Fatum ’20 has been experimenting with honey and other natural substances to create an antibacterial remedy. She’s also raising money to go to Panama to bring life-saving medical care to people in need.
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.
Student Satisfaction Survey 2019We want your feedback! Tell us what we’re doing well and where we need to improve by checking your Pace email for an invite to complete the 2019 Student Satisfaction Survey. You could win a variety of prizes—just make sure you submit by Monday, April 29.
Spring 2019 Executive in Residence (NYC)Private equity partner at Twin Ridge Capital and advisor to KKR, Chris O’Leary ’81 first got his start as a Pace intern at PepsiCo. Join him on Thursday, April 18, to hear more about how he built a successful 35-year career!
Pace Mobile App Design Contest 7.0Brainstorm. Design. Demo. Pace’s annual Mobile App Design Contest plugs in on Thursday, March 14, and the theme this year is wearable technology. Have an idea for an app? Get your team together for this all-day hackathon event.
Pace Athletics Receives $1 Million 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.
Build a Health Pack (NYC)Drop off your hygiene product essentials on Wednesday, March 13, so Pace’s Pre-Professional Health Society can put together a health pack! Each one will be donated to a local community center.
Learning Diversity Panel (NYC)Join OASIS students on Tuesday, March 26, for an important panel discussion—led entirely by them—about the challenges and successes they have faced as students with learning differences.
Middle States: A RefresherWhat is Pace’s mission? Can you describe Middle States? You might be asked these and other questions when accreditors visit your campus starting Sunday, March 31. Prepare for this very important process by reviewing our tip sheet.
50/50 Rolls the Dice (PLV)’90s game night. Hip hop history. The Pace Gala. Dessert sushi. Casino night. Feelin’ lucky, PLV? Step up to the betting table and enjoy all the events happening on your campus this week!
Take the Mic at CommencementIt’s your turn to grab the mic! Apply to be a speaker or singer at the 2019 Commencement ceremony by Friday, March 15. All graduating Pace students who would like to address the Class of 2019 are welcome to send in their materials.
The Lifestyle Beauty ExpertFounder of the lifestyle beauty brand ANOVA, Alyssa Chambers ’20 works to inspire young people to unapologetically express themselves. She got the chance to do just that when she auditioned for X-Factor.
50/50 Reps Their FlagRep your flag with the Students of Caribbean Awareness (SOCA). Go skydiving with High Definition. Cook up some sweet treats with Pace Cooks and Bakes. Show off your skills at Mortola Library’s game night. All that and more is happening on the PLV Campus!
Wellness Week 2019 (NYC)Overcome FOMO. Delete those DMs. Get HIV tested. All this week, we’re focusing on encouraging wellness—and you’re invited! Keep an eye on the Pace Insta account for a chance to win prizes, too.
2019 Black Student Union Events (NYC)The Black Student Union (BSU) just dropped one heck of a Spring 2019 events lineup—from a black activist dinner to their annual art symposium to a weekend of plays, you won’t want to miss a thing.
Women’s Empowerment at PaceThis spring, celebrate feminism at the Women’s Leadership Conference, Femmepowerment Summit, two theatrical experiences, and the newest sorority to come to Pace. Uplift women’s stories in 2019!
Pace Safety and Security Training 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!
2019 GreenPace AwardsDo you know a person, department, organization, or club that deserves to be recognized for helping to make Pace a greener place? Let it be known! You have until Friday, March 29, to submit your nomination.
Rosy-Fingered Dawn (NYC)Bringing together twelve artists working in sculpture, painting, photography, and performance, Rosy-Fingered Dawn is the latest exhibition in Pace’s new art gallery. Enjoy the reception on Wednesday, February 27!
2019 Setter Leadership Awards (NYC)The annual Setter Leadership Awards are almost here. Nominate outstanding individuals and organizations for their exemplary leadership by Sunday, March 3. Get the recognition you deserve!
50/50 Takes Aim (PLV)Ready for a game of laser tag? So are we! If you’re on the PLV Campus this week, you can expect plenty of competition as well as a screening of Crazy Rich Asians, BSU’s Black Excellence Dinner, and more.
Film and Music Spectacular (NYC)Celebrate 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.
The Spiritual LeaderTwice-elected President of the Christian Fellowship at Pace Seneca Forch ’19 isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty—or his suit dusty, given what happened on his first day interning for Proskauer Rose LLP.
You’ve Been Chopped (PLV)Think you can take the heat? Then get in the kitchen! Sharpen those skills in a cooking competition on Thursday, March 28, plus free food will be available on Wednesday, February 27, from the Mobile Food Pantry.
2019 Femmepowerment Summit (NYC)Join us for Pace’s third annual Femmepowerment Summit on Friday, March 29, for an important leadership conference that encourages empowerment, education, and uplifting all women’s voices on the NYC Campus.
Why Facts Don’t Change Minds (NYC)So you want to share your scientific knowledge, but need a compelling CliffsNotes version. Look no further! Learn the psychology behind effective communication on Wednesday, February 27.
Calling All Pace Artists!Are you a stand-up comedian? What about a spoken word poet? How about an aspiring playwright? You’re invited to audition and submit for a number of exciting opportunities happening on both the PLV and NYC Campuses.
Visiting Artist Talk with Kim Brandt (NYC)Meet MoMA-recognized artist Kim Brandt on Wednesday, February 20, when she visits to workshop movement. You’ll be part of the process in creating performance art.
Poets @ Pace: Spring 2019 (NYC)Enjoy an evening of verse-atile talent at this exclusive free poetry reading on Monday, April 15. There will be a book signing and refreshments!
Pride Prom 2019 (PLV)Dress to the nines or go for business casual—whatever you feel comfortable in, celebrate LGBTQA pride with us on Friday, March 29, at Pride Prom!
Valentine’s Week at Pace 2019Pace is celebrating Valentine’s Day with a ton of sweet events! Rock out at the Dez Duron concert, treat yourself to a spa night, and even eschew tradition at the anti-Valentine’s Day party (yes, really).
The Future EducatorVice President of the Future Educators Association Cristina Fonte ’21 knows how difficult teaching can be. She has some advice for when parent-teacher conferences go bad—and it’s applicable to everyone.
POC Creative Writers’ Workshop 2019 (NYC)Join a community of writers to share your experience as a writer of color—no previous experience needed. The first meeting will be held on Monday, February 11. We want to read your stories!
A Commemoration and Conversation (NYC)Join ōMA on Tuesday, March 5, for their 19th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration featuring a conversation with Cornel West, PhD, and Robin Steinberg, Esq.
Welcome to 2019!President Krislov discusses recent exciting developments on campus, and previews what lies ahead for what’s shaping up to be a great year for Pace.
Out of the Darkness Campus Walk 2019 (NYC)We invite you to walk with the Pace Community on Friday, April 26, to raise awareness about suicide and eliminate stigma surrounding mental health. No one is ever alone. Join us!
Summer Session SignupsArtificial Intelligence. Media and Gender. US Economic Downturns. Whether you’ll be home, traveling, or on campus this summer, there’s a class for you! Get a jump on graduation by registering now.
50/50 Hits the Mat (PLV)Hit the mat for yoga, make your own avocado toast, pet a few good dogs, and paint your stress away. All that and more on the PLV Campus this week!
The Music Industry ActivistMariah Simpson ’20 hopes to one day work for a major record label and advocate for women in the music industry. But for now, she’s interning at Viacom and working on shows like the VMAs, Catfish, and Are You the One?
LGBTQA Center Spring 2019 Events (NYC)The LGBTQA and Social Justice Center is back with drag queen karaoke on Thursday, February 7, and plenty of discussion groups throughout the semester. Stop by for their lunch series, T-Time, and more!
State of the University AddressOn Monday, February 25, join President Krislov and the University community for Pace's inaugural State of the University Address.
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.
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!
Lubin Empower Hour (NYC)To celebrate their brand new space on the NYC Campus, Lubin students are invited to the first-ever Lubin Empower Hour on Wednesday, February 13 for a networking session. Come hungry—there will be pizza!
Small Business Financing Workshop (NYC)Savvy entrepreneurs know that financing is the key to starting—and growing—a business, but it can be hard navigating all the options. Join the SBDC on Tuesday, February 5, for a crash course!
Times Higher Ed US College Student SurveyAre you a #PaceU student who is engaged with the University community? Take this 10-minute survey for a chance to win! Four separate prize winners will be drawn throughout the survey period, each winning a $5,000 cash prize.
Spring 2019 Executive in Residence (PLV)Co-founder of Galvanize Worldwide, Heidi Davidson is a marketing and communications executive with more than 20 years of experience. Meet her on Wednesday, March 27, when she visits to share her expertise!
50/50 Is Wrapped in Mystery (PLV)Make (and unwrap!) your own fortune cookie for the Lunar New Year, look for clues at a Murder Mystery event, attend the two-day Black Business Expo, and so much more on the PLV Campus this week.
CCAR Spring 2019 Events (PLV)Building a resume workshop. Paid summer internship information. Government careers when you’re LGBTQA. This spring, the Center for Community Action and Research is offering a ton of ways to get involved!
ōMA Spring 2019 Events (NYC)Social justice book club. Diversity collectives. Tours around NYC. The Office of Multicultural Affairs (ōMA) wants to inspire and empower you with all the events they’re offering this semester!
Greek Week: Spring 2019All this week, you’ll get the chance to learn more about the incredible fraternities and sororities that call Pace home. Recruitment starts now. Are you ready to go Greek?
Active Shooter Response Training (NYC)Reps from the Department of Homeland Security are visiting the NYC Campus on Monday, February 11, to provide important information regarding active shooter response training. Know your ABCs: Avoid. Barricade. Confront.
Blockchain Panel with Joseph Lubin (NYC)Crypto-what? Find out from the founder of ConsenSys, Joseph Lubin, when he visits on Tuesday, February 19, to share his wisdom on blockchain’s transformational impact.
Schimmel Center: February–March 2019 (NYC)With nostalgic sing-alongs, iconic throwbacks, a legendary Daily Show collab, and astonishing performances that defy gravity, the Schimmel Center is hosting some serious talent this February and March.
The Lawful AdvocateAs an ambassador for students with disabilities, Daniella Harris ’21 helps to promote a more inclusive campus through her work with Hillel. She even wrote an incredibly moving article opening up about her experience with hearing loss.
19th Annual MLK Commemoration (PLV)What is justice? Who is the immigrant? Join author, speaker, and storyteller Gyasi Ross for his keynote address on Friday, February 15, commemorating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
50/50 Chills Out (PLV)Kick off the new semester (and beat this weird weather) on the PLV Campus with game shows, therapy dogs, the Circle of Greeks fair, and the highly anticipated Pace Got Talent showcase.
Athletics Roundup: February–March (PLV)This is one jam-packed Athletics lineup for February and March 2019! Come out to support Women’s and Men’s Basketball as they wrap up their season, and welcome the Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse, Baseball, and Softball teams.
Career Services: February–March 2019Get market ready this spring by polishing that resume, prepping your 30-second pitch, and attending a Career Services fair. Recruiters are hiring in business, finance, entertainment, and much more! This is your semester to shine.
Textbook Tips and ResourcesDid you know that 80% of textbooks are available for rental? Or that the Pace Bookstore offers price matching for Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and more? Be sure to take note of these helpful tips when buying textbooks!
The Last Lecture (PLV)Learn how to take an entrepreneurial approach to your career with marketing expert Professor Kathy Winsted, PhD, on Monday, February 4. She’ll be delivering this lecture as if it were her last—don’t miss out!
Winter Warm Up 2019 (NYC)Welcome back, PaceU! You’re invited to hang out in the brand new Student Center with SDACA all this week. Be there for the ribbon cutting, arcade games, movie night, and so much more!
Women’s Leadership Conference 2019 (PLV)Empowered women empower women. On 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!
Study Abroad Fairs: Spring 2019Forget FOMO. It’s never too late to study abroad! Learn more about your options at one of our info sessions on Wednesday, February 13 (PLV), or Thursday, February 21 (NYC).
Campus Involvement Fairs: Spring 2019Setters are aca-amazing! Stop by the next Campus Involvement Fair to learn more about our 100+ student organizations on Wednesday, January 30 (PLV), or Thursday, February 7 (NYC).
Alternative Spring Break 2019This spring break, lend a hand by helping to rebuild homes flooded by Superstorm Sandy. Info sessions start Thursday, February 7. Are you ready to make a difference?
Master Plan Ribbon Cutting (NYC)The wait is finally over! On Monday, January 28, join the Pace Community as we officially open our revitalized spaces in One Pace Plaza and 41 Park Row.
Athletics Roundup: December–January (PLV)Get ready for an all-star lineup from men’s and women’s basketball and the swimming and diving teams! They’ll be defending our turf December 2018–January 2019, so bring your Setter pride to the Goldstein Fitness Center.
Sneak Peek (NYC)It’s been a long time in the making, but on Tuesday, December 11, join us for a very exclusive sneak peek into the new Pace spaces.
Meal Deals: Fall 2018 (PLV)Are you working up an appetite with all that studying? Stop by the Mobile Food Pantry on Thursday, December 13, enjoy sweet deals at the Pace Perk café, and take advantage of flexible options when you’re fresh out of Flex Dollars.
The Problem SolverCharlotte Coffin ’19 is constantly asking questions. It’s how her Local Hack Day team came up with fORAGER, an app game that challenges you to explore your environment and eat indigenous fauna—if you dare, that is.
Project Studio Student Exhibit (NYC)Pace’s brand new art gallery is now open! All this week, the student art exhibit will be on display, followed by a reception on Friday, December 14. Talk about cool and cultured.
LSAT Boot Camp 2019Do you use legal jargon in everyday life? Do you feel like whoever said orange was the new pink was seriously wrong? Sign up for Pace Law’s free LSAT boot camp on Wednesday, January 16, and Thursday, January 17.
POC Collective Master ClassYou’re invited to the first-ever POC Collective master class on Wednesday, December 12! Learn from experienced Pace faculty and staff about their career path and tune in remotely if you can’t make the meeting.
Sony Music Marketing Panel (NYC)Looking to break into the music industry? Interested in how it all works? Get ready to plug in, because reps from Sony Music will be visiting on Wednesday, December 12, to discuss their work as well as internship opportunities!
Spill the Tea Town Hall (NYC)Come to SGA’s town hall meeting on Monday, December 10, to voice any concerns, complaints, or questions you might have about your experiences at Pace. No need to wait for this tea to cool!
Student Film Festival 2018 (NYC)Take a break from studying at the Student Film Festival! On Thursday, December 13, the Film and Screen Studies students will be presenting their original work. Grab a bag of popcorn and enjoy the future of cinema.
Student Intern Panel (NYC)Interested in landing an internship? Don’t know where to start? Look no further! On Monday, December 10, your fellow Setters will share how they secured a spot—and how you can, too.
Leadership Excursion 2019Field trip! Join Student Affairs for their third annual Leadership Excursion the weekend of Saturday, February 16. They’ll be exploring all the wonders of Washington, DC, so don’t miss the deadline to apply.
Win VIP Tickets to See Ana Gasteyer (NYC)Ready for the VIP treatment? The Schimmel Center is hosting an exclusive opportunity to win tickets to Ana Gasteyer’s new show. Enter this week! Two lucky Setters will be chosen on Friday, December 7.
The Criminal AttorneyPrecious Hose ’20 is a first-gen student who’s passionate about a lot of things at Pace: her on-campus work (like at the Environmental Center!), criminal justice, and inspiring the next class to dream big and get involved.
Finals Week 2018 ResourcesYou’re almost there! We know you’re swamped with studying. That’s why we put together a guide including stress management tips, hours your library will be open, self-care events (like therapy dogs), and much more.
2018 Holiday Parties at Pace‘Tis the season to celebrate, and Pace has got you covered. From holiday markets to live performances to a hot cocoa bar, we’re kicking off the winter break right.
DancesPace 2018 (NYC)PPA’s commercial dance students let it all jazz, tap, and hip hop out for their annual showcase starting Friday, December 7. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind performance featuring the choreography by Pace faculty and guest artists!
Fashion Unfolded Panel (NYC)Do you have your eye on becoming an influencer? Want to hear from experts who made it big on Instagram? Come on Friday, December 7, to learn how you can boost your follow count and grab more likes!
Get Your Networking On (NYC)With an alumni spotlight presentation, (free!) LinkedIn headshots, and a business analytics mixer, Lubin is making sure you end this year by properly preparing for 2019.
PaceCast: Giving Tuesday EditionEven though #GivingTuesday has come and gone, it’s important to continue charitable giving. Enter: PaceCast, Pace’s podcast hosted by President Krislov, which is back with a special episode about the Pace donors who ensure student success!
Reduce Waste at Pace (NYC)Is your dorm getting cluttered? Bring all your old items to recycle on Thursday, December 20, and enjoy free refreshments. You can help us reduce waste at Pace one old notebook and worn t-shirt at a time!
UX Talk With Grubhub (NYC)Hungry for knowledge? The UX team at Grubhub will be visiting on Wednesday, December 5, for a panel discussion covering everything you need to know about user experience.
50/50 Mixes It Up (PLV)You’re invited to jam with WPAW for their annual Open Mic Night! Mortola Library will also be hosting their highly anticipated Toast Day, Alpha Phi Delta is hooking us up with Casino Night, and more.
Acoustic Night 2018 (NYC)Break out that old guitar because P.A.C.E. Board is hosting an incredible show on Thursday, November 29, where Setters will show off their talents. Anyway, here’s "Wonderwall."
Leadership in Tech: Merin Joseph (PLV)Pace alumna Merin Joseph ’02 knows her stuff: she’s an executive vice president and chief information officer, IT strategist, and she’ll be visiting on Wednesday, November 28, to meet you!
The Corporate AttorneyFrom coast to coast (and even all the way to Austria), Servando Martinez ’19 is working to inspire people wherever he goes. He’s even dreaming of one day launching a nonprofit to help youth displaced by homelessness.
ITS Updates: Fall 2018ITS is rolling out new updates before the semester ends! Get an Office 365 upgrade, note important dates, be sure to complete your course evaluations, and more.
Build-an-Animal (NYC)Help the animals by building toy animals! On Monday, November 26, the Pace Against Animal Cruelty club will be sewing together all kinds of lovable stuffed creatures to benefit the nonprofit Animal Avengers.
Chinese Food Festival (NYC)Warm up this fall season at CSSA’s food festival! From steamed dumplings to spicy wings, you’ll get to sample authentic Chinese dishes on Tuesday, November 27. Talk about noms.
Leadership in Tech: Lesley Ma (NYC)Shift your skills into high gear: Cadillac’s executive leading brand IT strategy and innovation, Lesley Ma, is visiting on Tuesday, November 27. Get in the car, Setters, we’re going networking.
Peter and the Starcatcher (NYC)Journey with Pace Performing Arts to never-never land starting Tuesday, November 27, where you’ll discover the origin story of the legendary Peter Pan. No fairy dust required!
Thank a Donor Day 2018Break out that pen (or keyboard), because the Pace Board of Trustees wants YOU! Write a thank-you note on Tuesday, November 27, for a chance to win a Visa gift card.
The Cultural StorytellerCommunication studies major Isiuwa Igodan ’19 is as passionate about reporting as she is about advocating for those in need. She experienced homelessness in high school, and now she’s using her platform to give back.
50/50 Is in the Doghouse (PLV)Therapy dogs are coming! Put your paws up for a packed week, PLV. There will also be a variety show, spa night, pizza party, and much more.
The Tech EntrepreneurRohana Sosa ’19 is always thinking about the way technology can have a humanitarian impact. She doesn’t just write code, though—she blogs about her work, too, and plans on writing a book to inspire young girls.
Pride Hoops Night 2018 (PLV)Sashay your way to the court, Setters! The men’s and women’s basketball teams are celebrating Pace LGBTQA pride on Wednesday, November 28, with a doubleheader and halftime drag performance.
January Intersession 2019Warm up this winter by earning three credits in just four weeks! Many classes are available online, so you can keep sipping that hot cocoa while you get a jump on graduation—all during winter break.
How Winning Is DoneHistory was just made: Pace’s field hockey team capped off an incredible regular season and is now ranked the #2 team in the nation! Support your Setters on Tuesday, November 13, as they as they begin their quest for an NE10 Tournament title.
Tackle the Tower 2018 (NYC)Ready for a challenge, Pace U? What about free pizza? Join President Krislov on Wednesday, November 14, if you think you can make it up 19 flights of stairs.
Pace Gives Thanks‘Tis the season of giving! You’re invited to celebrate Thanksgiving 2018 with craftmaking, giving blood, a community potluck, and so much more. All of Pace is getting involved this season. Join us!
The Afro-Cultural Affair (NYC)Support black entrepreneurs, enjoy live performances by black artists, and celebrate with the Black Student Union on Thursday, November 15! Don’t miss this event unless you want some serious FOMO.
Upgrade Your Pace ID Card!Attention, PaceU! Check the back of your Pace ID card for a number under the magnetic strip. If you don’t see one, that means you need to upgrade your card before you leave for winter break.
Visiting Artist Talk with John Mejias (NYC)Artist, author, printmaker, and teacher John Mejias is visiting to talk about his work on Monday, November 12! You’ll get the chance to join him for an exclusive printmaking workshop right after.
50/50 Keeps It Reel (PLV)Grab a handful of popcorn, PLV, because the Asian Student Union and Disney Fan Club are screening Mulan! Also on the agenda: a talent show, casino night, cooking competition, and more.
Athletics Roundup: November 2018 (PLV)It’s the last home game of Pace’s nationally-ranked Field Hockey team. Plus? Men’s and Women’s Basketball are starting their seasons. Here’s all the action happening in November!
The Founding PresidentJoseph Colella ’19 founded the Political Science Society to spark more dialogue about politics on campus. Before his grand ambitions at Pace? He was part of the Grand Awkward, a band that’s actually on Spotify.
Read All About It!The fall issue of Pace Magazine just dropped, and we’re bringing you all the latest on buzzworthy updates. Get to know our Prez and Provost, hear from Pace veterans, meet some of our A-list alumni, and much more.
International Education Week 2018If you’ve ever been curious about studying abroad, this is the week for you! Get crash courses on different cultures, enjoy a documentary screening, and much more starting Monday, November 12.
Career Services Roundup 2018From a networking road trip to careers in science to polishing your resume, there are a ton of ways to help build your personal brand and land that next position. We’re bringing you all the latest opportunities from Career Services!
Crazy Rich Asians Screening (NYC)First a hit at the box office, now about to be a hit at Pace: Crazy Rich Asians is screening on Thursday, November 15. Enjoy the food, refreshments, and fun!
Faculty Book Talk (NYC)Not long ago, Communications wasn’t considered a major—only English and theater. Join Professor Julian Costa on Friday, November 9, for a talk about his book on the educator who helped change that!
Job Alert: Environmental OpportunitiesHelp run educational programs for the Wolf Conservation Center. Handle flora and fauna for the Teatown Lake Reservation. Shadow a wildlife biologist in Pelham Bay Park. There are so many opportunities to get involved this month!
Leadership in Tech: Ivan Seidenberg (NYC)Get the insider’s scoop on Verizon’s history of transformation—and disruption—from the source: former chairman and CEO Ivan Seidenberg. He’ll be visiting on Thursday, November 8, for an exclusive book signing!
Where in the World Will You Go?
A new initiative funded by the Provost office, the Pace Undergraduate Student Academic Conference Travel Fund helps students attend professional conferences to present res
50/50 Gets Ready to Lace Up (PLV)Relay for Life is coming! Attend the Colleges Against Cancer kickoff meeting, but also: don’t miss comedy night, a karaoke competition, therapy dogs, and more.
The Model StudentEconomics major Noelle Howard ’19 has been busy: she’s an Honors College student, Model UN award winner, and—get this—a former competitive ballet dancer. Her ambition is on pointe!
Athletics Roundup: Fall 2018 (PLV)Can’t get enough of Pace Athletics? Neither can we. Keep your eye on their next big events: Setters Madness (Tuesday, October 30), Pace Goes Pink (Friday, November 2), and more!
Confucius Institute: Fall 2018 (NYC)A history of Christianity in China; a how-to guide on Chinese names; and even a music festival. You won’t want to miss these November events at the Confucius Institute!
CSA’s Fashion Show (NYC)The Caribbean Student Association is about to serve some serious looks. Be there for their annual fashion show on Thursday, November 8, featuring top designers from the local community.
Fabulosity 2018 (PLV)Get glitterific at the annual drag show hosted by Pride at Pace! Thursday, November 8, is gonna be a mood, y’all. Break out those stilettos and sashay to the runway.
Getting From Here to There Panel (NYC)Are you an entrepreneur? Want to hear from experts in the biz about how they made it big? Join the eLab for a panel discussion on Thursday, November 15, for some serious #inspo.
Leadership Fair 2018 (NYC)Ever wanted to be a resident assistant? What about a tour guide? Stop by SDACA’s Leadership Fair on Wednesday, October 31, for more info! There’s nothing spooky about these opportunities.
Trans Mentorship Program 2018 (NYC)Are you transgender or gender non-conforming? Are you interested in pairing up with a peer mentor? What about becoming a mentor yourself? There’s a program for you!
50/50 Bakes Up a Storm (PLV)Movie screenings. Eggs and pancakes. Comedy night. The Great Pace Bake Off. These events are heating up on the PLV Campus this week!
The Visionary FilmmakerBlake Rozelle ’20 has worn many hats: DJ and President of WPAW, YouTuber, PaceDocs filmmaker, small business owner, and much more. What got him started? Making videos with his grandmother.
Job Alert: Positions at PaceHave you been searching for a paid, on-campus student job? Look no further! Human Resources has got you covered with rewarding student positions right here at Pace.
Stop 'N' Swap (NYC)Find a home for your unwanted items and grab something you DO need! The Pace Sustainability Initiative is hosting a swap on Sunday, October 28.
Fall Leadership Conference 2018 (PLV)On Saturday, November 10, spend a day developing your leadership skills and sharing stories at the 2018 Fall Leadership Conference. This year’s theme: finding resilience through adversity.
Job Alert: Associated PressThe Associated Press is offering a unique (and paid!) opportunity to work with their team during the 2018 Midterm Elections. Training starts Monday, October 29, so apply now!
Visiting Artist Talk (NYC)Conceptual artist Mark Dion is visiting on Wednesday, October 24, to give an exclusive talk on the intersection between science and art. There’s way more to it than you might think.
Red Wave, Blue Wave: Midterm Elections (PLV)Ready for the upcoming 2018 midterm elections? Interested in learning more? Hear from top political leaders and commentators on their predictions Wednesday, October 31.
Make Your Own Go Bag (NYC)Are you prepared? Grab free supplies and learn how to pack your own go-bag on Monday, October 22, in case of a real emergency. It’s how you can stay safe!
Poets @ Pace: Fall 2018 (NYC)Bringing together the best and brightest poets to share their work, Poets @ Pace will be hosting two talented guests on Monday, November 12. Enjoy a book signing and refreshments!
50/50 Gets S'more (PLV)Food tastings. Smashing pumpkins. Bra pong (yes, really). S’mores. This week is really cookin’ on the PLV Campus! Don’t miss out on all the latest events.
Schimmel Beats the Chill (NYC)This winter season, 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.
Career Services Roundup: October 2018Looking for an internship? Not sure how to write a cover letter? Career Services has got you covered with a ton of workshops and events this October 2018.
LGBTQA Lunch Discussion Series (PLV)Free lunch, enriching conversation, community building—what’s not to like? Join the LGBTQA Center for their fall 2018 series on Wednesdays!
The Executive Vice PrezSGA Executive Vice President Natalie Holguin ’19 first majored in psychology, but when that didn't fit, she set her sights on taking advantage of Pace's unique health science program.
Amateur Night 2018 (NYC)Amateur Night is back! Watch Pace students show off their talents Wednesday, November 7. Which star will win the cash prize and some serious Setter cred?
Black Success Panel (NYC)Join the Black Student Union on Thursday, October 25, for their first-ever panel discussion all about celebrating black success!
Be Advised (By Your Advisor)Skip the line and sign up to meet with your advisor before undergrad registration opens on Monday, November 12! (Seriously. The line will be LONG.)
Chemistry Is Out of This World (NYC)Get hands-on at the New York Hall of Science! With tons of experiments, activities, demonstrations, and giveaways on Sunday, October 21, you won’t wanna leave.
Snacks and Chats (PLV)Join Dean Neil Braun, JD, for a casual business lunch along with other Lubin and Career Services experts on Wednesday, October 17. Free food and networking? Yes please!
This Is Halloween (at Pace)Setters of every age, wouldn’t you like to see something strange? Come with us and you will see this: Pace during Halloween! The scares start Friday, October 19.
The Web DeveloperCoding wiz Vivian Ng ’20 is a computer science major on the NYC Campus who knows all the ins and outs of Seidenberg as a student assistant. What first got her into coding? Tumblr.
Disaster Recovery Conference (NYC)Learn from industry experts in emergency management, disaster recovery, risk management, cybersecurity, and more on Wednesday, October 17.
Fall 2018 Counseling Center RoundupStressed out? Need support? The Counseling Center provides a ton of weekly group sessions (and more!) on both campuses this fall semester.
2018 Senior PortraitsSmile, Setters! It’s time to sign up for yearbook photos. The next round starts Monday, November 5 (PLV) and Wednesday, November 15 (NYC), so start planning what swag you’ll bring.
Book Signing And Talk (NYC)
The story of Frederick Douglass continues to inspire.
Brown Bag Lunch with the ProvostGrab a business lunch with Provost Vanya Quiñones, PhD, on Monday, October 15 (NYC) or Wednesday, October 24 (PLV). This is a great networking opportunity!
Domestic Violence Awareness Month (PLV)Pace FIRE is raising awareness about domestic violence with events that focus on healing, support, and education. Let’s break the silence together.
Double Feature Photo Exhibit (NYC)You’re invited to attend a reception and showing of two photo exhibits: Men of Color Smiling and We Love Our Hoops. Celebrate diverse beauty on Tuesday, October 9!
Fall 2018 Executive in Residence (NYC)What’s the recipe of a successful entrepreneur? Hear from restaurant industry expert and former CEO Andy Pforzheimer on Monday, November 5, to find out!
Johannesburg Screening (NYC)Explore the prolific work of four artists living in Johannesburg, South Africa, as they challenge convention and empower marginalized communities. Don’t miss the screening on Wednesday, October 10!
Paint a School Day 2018 (NYC)Spend your Saturday morning with CCAR! They’re working to revitalize a local elementary school in Brooklyn on Saturday, October 20, and you’ll get to put your painting skills to work.
Your Guide to Homecoming 2018 (PLV)Homecoming is an important rite of passage, and four days chock full of Setter pride! Starting Thursday, October 25, events include a step and stroll performance, spirit parade, tailgating, and so much more—not to mention the big game.
50/50 Takes the Mic (PLV)There’s always something to do on the PLV Campus. This week: a cardio class, therapy dogs, free breakfast, open mics, and more!
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!
Marketing Week 2018 (NYC)In today’s fiercely competitive market, it takes more than just your average marketing experience to stand out. Let PUMA help broaden your marketing know-how with a week of events!
The Universal MentorAlyssa Ortega ’20 is a Childhood Education major on the PLV Campus who is deeply passionate about teaching—both as an educator, and a peer. There’s one lesson in particular, however, that really changed her perspective.
Mobile Food Pantry (PLV)Three nutritious meals a day is a human right. Introducing: Pace’s Mobile Food Pantry, providing low-cost and free food for the Westchester community.
2018 Graduate Open HousesInterested in pursuing a master’s degree? Want to learn more about Pace’s 65+ advanced degree programs? Sign up to attend an open house!
One Day Immersion 2018 (NYC)There’s no linear path from the classroom to the boardroom. This year’s One Day Immersion event will show you how to navigate an industry filled with disruption. Shake things up on Friday, November 2, right here in NYC.
Pace Makes a Difference Day 2018 (PLV)Pace Makes a Difference Day is back on Saturday, October 13, and you’re invited to help Westchester County.
2018 Scholarship RoundupStudy abroad, master’s degrees, extra cash for books and board—these were the scholarship opportunities we saw this week. First deadline to apply is Friday, October 5.
50/50 Walks a Mile (PLV)Pi Lambda Phi suits up (in heels!) to raise awareness about domestic violence. Also: a pinkified fashion show, poetry reading, and pizza night. PLV has it all.
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!
The Media MavenComedian, editor, and RA Amoreena Crispino ’19 is a certified media maven. She just wrapped up an internship at Nickelodeon, where she actually got to present SpongeBob memes. Yeah. Really.
Family Weekend 2018Now that you’ve got a lay of the land, it’s time to invite your fam! Enjoy a ton of cool events with loved ones on both campuses this October.
Comics and Culture Panel (NYC)Consider this your bat signal—we want to see you at the comics and culture panel on Wednesday, October 3! Hear from industry experts who work for DC Comics, Cartoon Network, and more.
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.
PPA Presents Boeing Boeing (NYC)You won’t want to miss PPA’s high-flying play that’s a study in classic physical comedy. Boeing Boeing takes off starting Tuesday, October 2, 2018.
50/50 Fires Up the Grill (PLV)Mortola Library throws a birthday party, the AXE brothers host a BBQ, our Volleyball team serves up a fierce game, and more on the PLV Campus this week! Fall 2018 is shaping up to be pretty sweet (and savory).
The Award-Winning FilmmakerFilmmaking runs in the family for Rachel Skopp-Cardillo ’20. She’s a third generation Pace student on the PLV Campus who just wrapped up working on PaceDocs’ Hope in the Dark last year.
Creative Writers' Workshop (NYC)Are you a writer who believes the diversity you experience in your daily life should be reflected in literature? Join us on Wednesday, September 26, for an intro session!
2018 Small Business Workshop Series (NYC)Ever wanted to start your own business? Let Pace’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) guide you with a series of crash courses starting Thursday, September 20.
Constitution Day 2018We the people of PaceU will celebrate Constitution Day by gathering together for fun and food. Join us TODAY during Common Hour on both campuses!
Explore Pace Law SchoolThinking about law school? You’re invited to visit Pace Law on Saturday, November 3, and experience firsthand all that we have to offer!
IndieWebCamp 2018 (NYC)Calling all hackers, engineers, computer science students, and techies! You’re invited to attend IndieWebCamp starting Friday, September 28, a weekend gathering where web creators hang out and brainstorm—without the corporate red tape.
Meet the Animals and Catch a Doc (PLV)
Meet the Animals
Wednesday, September 26 | 12:30 p.m.–2:00 p.m. | Nature Center