Staff Corner: November 2018
Learn more about an invaluable resource offered to Pace staff; and nominate a coworker who you feel is Making It Happen.
Get a Leg Up with Lynda
Looking to brush up on some professional skills? Want to build your resume for the demands of both today and tomorrow? We urge you to take advantage of lynda.com, offered free to Pace staff and faculty!
Lynda.com provides a vast online library of instructional videos covering the latest software, creative, and business skills. Taught by accomplished teachers and recognized industry experts, lynda.com is a high-quality resource for students, faculty, and staff looking to develop skills in Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, project management, social media, and a wide range of other topics.
Popular courses include:
- >> Excel 2016 Essential Training
- >> Programming Foundations: Fundamentals
- >> Project Management Foundations
- >> HTML Essential Training
- >> Python Essential Training
- >> SQL Essential Training
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To get started on a more productive future, log in with your Pace username and password.
YES I Make It Happen: Nominate a Colleague Today!
Every day is a chance to make it happen. The goal of the YES I Make It Happen Recognition Program is to support the University's Service Standards Initiative by providing special recognition to Pace staff and student workers who are:
- >> Accessible
- >> Respectful
- >> Professional
- >> Accountable
- >> Proactive
All Pace University staff, both full and part-time, and active student workers are eligible to receive the YES I Make It Happen Award. The recognition can be given by other staff members, faculty members, students and vendors who work with the staff member. They can be given on an individual basis, or you may multi-select more than one name for the same nomination, if applicable. Recognition can be given at all levels of positions throughout the University.
To recognize a Pace staff member or student worker, complete the employee recognition form.
The Schimmel’s spring season returns with singer-songwriters, a Charleston jazz quartet, modern dance, comedian Yakov Smirnov, and a trio of banjos.
Schimmel Center: March 2019
Pace 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.
Next Stop, Pace
Announcements, events, updates, and more from Seidenberg, Dyson, SOE, and the Elisabeth Haub School of Law.
News from the Schools: March 2019