PaceCast: Diversity and Inclusion
At Pace, Opportunitas is for every single student, faculty, and staff member who walks through our doors. President Krislov chats with our Chief Diversity Officer Tiffany Hamilton to discuss the ways Pace is embodying this mission.
On the newest episode of PaceCast, President Krislov sits down with Pace's very first Chief Diversity Officer, Tiffany Hamilton. The duo discusses the importance of diversity in higher education, as well as the importance of maintaining a strong sense of inclusivity on campus, to ensure that all students—and the campus as a whole—are provided the opportunity to succeed and thrive.
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Faculty and staff in Pleasantville will be showcasing their super-secret talents on Thursday, November 14. Don't miss out!
Hidden Talents Art Show
CHP Professor Joanne Singleton, PhD, is engaged in ongoing initiatives around service dogs and animal-assisted intervention. Her work, which focuses on reducing stress among student veterans and generating evidence on the benefits of service dogs, was all inspired by a remarkable veteran who changed the course of her career.
Research: Animal-Assisted Intervention
Each year, Pace contributes more than $1 billion to the New York metropolitan area’s economy and about 60,000 volunteer hours to local organizations. These are just a few of the big numbers complied by Pace’s Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship.
Pace Makes an Impact