Seven graduating students look back on their time at Pace and share advice for current and future students.
A new traveling exhibition at Pace Law School tells the story of Abraham Lincoln’s struggle to meet the Constitutional challenges of the Civil War. Stop by on March 6 for the opening reception.
Pace Law Library is proud to have been selected as a site for “Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War,” a traveling exhibition which examines how President Lincoln used the Constitution to confront three intertwined crises of the Civil War—the secession of Southern states, slavery, and civil liberties.
Using the Constitution as the cohesive thread, “Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War” offers a fresh and innovative perspective on Lincoln that focuses on his struggle to meet the political and constitutional challenges of the Civil War.
The exhibition will open on Monday, March 5, and to celebrate the opening, the Library will host a reception on Tuesday, March 6, at 5:00 p.m. when Pace Law School Assistant Dean Mark Shulman will discuss “What Abraham Lincoln Can Teach Us about Confronting National Security Threats in the 21st Century.”
In addition to the opening reception, the Library is sponsoring free programs in connection with the exhibition including a talk on “Lincoln’s Conception of Presidential Authority in Crisis Times” with Professor Ralph Stein on Wednesday, March 21 at 5:00 p.m.
Organized by the National Constitution Center and the American Library Association Public Programs Office and made possible by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), the exhibition features informative panels depicting photographic reproductions of original documents, including a draft of Lincoln’s first inaugural speech, the Emancipation Proclamation, and the Thirteenth Amendment.
The exhibition is free and open to the public and will be on display until April 11.
For more information, click here.
Job and internship fairs on all three campuses, networking opportunities, mock interview days, and so much more to make all the Cinderellas’ and Cinderfellas’ career dreams come true.
It doesn’t matter if you’re in NYC, PLV, or WP, because Pace is spreading its Career Services love across all campuses over the next few weeks! Here’s how you can get started on netWorking Toward Greatness.
Attention international students: Find out what’s involved in the sponsorship process when conducting a full-time job search in the United States at the International Job Search Seminar from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on February 28. Guest speakers include an attorney specializing in Immigration Law, a sponsored student, and representatives from Career Services and the International Students and Scholars Office.
Want to learn how to shmooze with recruiters, market yourself most effectively, and make the most of your time during the upcoming Spring 2012 Career Fair? Well, you’re in luck because on February 29, Career Services brings you the How to Work a Career Fair and 30-Second Pitch workshop.
Stop by Career Services any time between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 pm. on March 5-7 for resume review and help, job search advice, and more at Open House right before the Big Kahuna. That’s right jobseekers and seekettes, we’re talking about the NYC Spring 2012 Job and Internship Fair. On March 7, you’ll have the opportunity to meet with professionals and learn about internship and full-time career paths in various industries. From 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. the One Pace Plaza Gym will be filled with more than 50 employers looking to hire you! Registered employers include Disney ABC Media Network, Ernst & Young, JETS.com, Peace Corps, Madison Square Garden, PepsiCo Frito-Law, PwC, and more!
Also coming up in March: Lunch & Learn/Break to Educate Series: Careers in Psychology, Applying to Graduate School, Career Movie Series: The Devil Wears Prada, Career Seminar Series: International Student Career Café, Art History Open House & Career Planning Session, Marketing International Experience & Foreign Language Skills, and Networking/Communicating Effectively At Work. For more on NYC events, click here.
On March 1, find out how you can rock the interview at Mock Interview Day. Practice your interviewing skills with a professional recruiter! Pre-registration is required and space is limited so call today to secure your spot (914) 773-3361.
On March 2, graduating students who are currently student teaching and enrolled in the Senior Seminar should stop by the Job Search for Future Educators special workshop to l earn about resume writing, interviewing, job search, and the hiring process.
Also coming up, Interview that Land Jobs on March 6 and a resume writing workshop on March 20. Plus, PLV students will have their very own Spring 2012 Job and Internship Fair on April 4. Meet with representatives to obtain career information and pursue job opportunities in accounting, financial services, media, consumer products, not-for-profits, government, healthcare, computer science, technology, hospitality, and more. Currently registered employers include Apple Inc, IBM, NYS Office of the Attorney General, Morgan Stanley, and more!
For more info on these PLV events and more, click here.
White Plains: Grad Center and Law School
On February 29, Hitachi and Pace’s Wilson Center team up to offer a panel on innovation in education and its relationship with the nonprofit sector at the Hitachi-Pace Annual Networking Event and Non-Profit Forum at the Grad Center. Connect directly with recruitment managers looking to hire for full-time jobs and internships during the networking lunch. Pre-registration is required. Call 914-773-3415 ASAP to secure your spot!
At the Law School, public, private, and government employers from New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut will be looking for Pace’s legal eagles on March 1 as the Center for Career and Professional Development hosts the 5th Annual Winter Career Fair from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the Tudor Room in Preston Hall. Students will have the opportunity to learn about a variety of legal areas and career paths and discuss them with the local practitioners.
On March 6, learn what goes into a resume that stands out from the competition, markets your ‘personal brand’, and lands the interview, and just how important your online presence can be as Pace Career Counselor Bless Vaidian presents How to Create a ‘Branded” Resume and Online Presence That Gets Interviews at the Grad Center.
If you have brains in your head and you have feet in your shoes, you can steer yourself in the direction we choose. So grab your wallets, tie your shoes, and comb your hair…and on March 3 head to White Plains for the Dr. Seuss Bookfair.
Horton Hears a
Who huge book fair is coming up on March 3 to celebrate its maker, Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Join Pace’s Pi Lambda Theta in raising money for the Center for Literacy Enrichment at the Barnes and Noble Bookfair!
Stop by the Barnes and Noble City Center in White Plains from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. for a Dr. Seuss birthday extravaganza. There will be storytime and face-painting and volunteers are needed. E-mail Pace student Lauren Zucconi at Lauren.Zucconi@gmail.com if you’re interested in helping out. The Pace Glee Club will be performing from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and the Cat in the Hat will be there to pose for some Facebook profile pics!
Most importantly, anyone who mentions the book fair on March 3 at checkout, will have some of their proceeds go towards The Center for Literacy Enrichment, which helps students from all over Westchester County with reading, writing, and comprehension. Can’t attend the bookfair? Visit BN.COM/bookfairs to support the Center online from March 3 until March 8 by entering Bookfair ID 10688695 at checkout.
A division of Pace’s School of Education, The Center for Literacy Enrichment on the White Plains Campus was founded by SOE professor Sister M. St. John Delany and is celebrating its 40th birthday this year. For 40 years, the Center has been working to enhance reading, comprehension, and writing skills, while building self-confidence and developing individual learning techniques. The Center runs daily tutoring sessions and workshops as well as summer camps during the month of July, with the help of Pace students and alumni. For more information, visit their website or like them on Facebook.
Pace’s Pi Lambda Theta, an honor society and professional association for educators, recognizes persons of superior scholastic achievement and high potential for professional leadership. Juniors, seniors, and graduate students obtaining a degree in the education field and have a GPA of 3.7 of higher can be accepted.
Pace Law School hosts the annual Blank Lecture featuring Justice Elizabeth Lacy, Senior Justice on the Virginia Supreme Court, on bringing the American Bar Association (ABA) Model Rules of Professional Conduct into the 21st century.
The legal profession has changed rapidly over the past three decades with the introduction of the Internet and social networking, and other advances in technology. Yet the American Bar Association (ABA) Model Rules of Professional Conduct for attorneys has been updated only twice since its creation in 1983. With this in mind, in 2009, then-ABA President Carolyn B. Lamm convened the Commission on Ethics 20/20 to bring the Model Rules into the 21st century.
Justice Elizabeth Lacy, Senior Justice on the Virginia Supreme Court and a member of the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20, will lay out the key issues being discussed by the Commission, and how potential changes could impact lawyers, when she delivers the 21st annual Philip B. Blank Memorial Lecture on Legal Ethics at 3:00 p.m. on November 10 in the Robert B. Fleming Moot Courtroom at the Pace Law School. This event is free and open to the public. There will be a live webcast available at law.pace.edu.
For more information about the lecture, click here.
Environmental Law Institute president John C. Cruden discusses “Making the Polluter Pay: Environmental Enforcement in the Modern Era” at the Law School’s annual Kerlin Lecture on Environmental Law on Thursday, October 27. Free and open to the public!
John C. Cruden, president of the nationally-recognized nonprofit Environmental Law Institute (ELI) and a former U.S. Department of Justice official, will speak about the modern era of environmental enforcement when he delivers the 12th annual Gilbert and Sarah Kerlin Lecture on Environmental Law at 6:00 p.m. on October 27 at the Robert B. Fleming Moot Courtroom on the Pace Law School Campus.
Cruden will address the purpose behind enforcement, the national and international goals of enforcement, as well as key challenges and accomplishments. Drawing upon two decades at the U.S. Department of Justice, where he led or supervised enforcement efforts, he will discuss his work with international prosecutors and judges. Cruden will also present the current enforcement statistics of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and will share his views regarding the future of environmental legal enforcement.
For more information on Cruden and the lecture, visit the website.
In the fall of 2008, an unlikely group of prisoner advocates, victims, and victim advocates came together to produce a cutting-edge curriculum for incarcerated people who have committed homicide-related offenses. On October 17, three of the co-creators will participate in a panel discussion at Pace Law School.
On Monday, October 17, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Tudor Room, Pace Law School will host Bridging the Gap: Lessons Learned from a Reentry Collaboration with Victims and Victim Advocates, a panel discussion featuring the co-creators of the “Coming to Terms” curriculum, a 16-week innovative rehabilitation course for incarcerated people which has been used in Sing Sing and Fishkill Correctional Facilities.
Moderated by curriculum co-creator Susan Herman, associate professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Security at Pace and former executive director of the National Center for Victims of Crime, the panel will discuss the history of the project, the process and experience of collaboration, the curriculum it produced, and its resulting policy implications.
“The curriculum provides an opportunity for men and women who are serving long sentences for violent crimes to gain insight, take responsibility for their crimes, and prepare for their eventual release. It takes people on a very personal journey. The program utilizes a victim-focused framework in individual and group settings in select prisons,” said Herman, who is author of Parallel Justice for Victims of Crime.
For students on the NYC Campus interested in attending, there will be a bus leaving Schimmel at 4:30 p.m. and returning after the program. First-come, first-served.
For more information on the panel and speakers, read the press release.
It may seem like it’s eons away, but Commencement 2012 will be here before you know it. When, you ask? And, most importantly, where? Back to “kick” things up a notch, a “rocketting” venue for the NYC undergraduate and combined graduate ceremonies. >>Bookmark the 2012 Commencement website for updates and information!
It may seem like it’s eons away, but Commencement 2012 will be here before you know it. When, you ask? And, most importantly, where? Back to “kick” things up a notch, a “rocketting” venue for the NYC undergraduate and combined graduate ceremonies. >>Read More
Horton Hears a Who huge book fair is coming up on September 24 and they don’t just need book buyers, but volunteers to read Dr. Seuss. Join Pace’s Center for Literacy Enrichment at the Barnes and Noble Bookfair!
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”—Dr. Seuss
On September 24, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., it’s going to be a Dr. Seuss celebration as Barnes and Noble City Center in White Plains hosts the “Dr. Seuss Back to School” book fair. A percentage of the sales on this day will be donated to Pace’s Center for Literacy Enrichment, which helps students from all over Westchester County with reading, writing, and comprehension.
Throughout the book fair, there will be Dr. Seuss story time, trivia games, and face painting, and volunteers are needed to read Dr. Seuss at the event. E-mail Pace student Lauren Zucconi at Lauren.Zucconi@gmail.com if you’re interested in helping out!
Five-time Emmy Award-winning Senior Meteorologist for WABC-TV and best-selling author Bill Evans will participate in a conversation and signing of his new weather-thriller, Dry Ice.
To download and print the bookfair flyer and voucher, click here.
Can’t attend the bookfair? Visit BN.COM/bookfairs to support the Center for Literacy Enrichment online from September 24-29 by entering Bookfair ID 10539294 at checkout.
A division of Pace’s School of Education, The Center for Literacy Enrichment on the WP Campus was founded by SOE professor Sister St. John Delany more than 39 years ago to enhance reading, comprehension, and writing skills, while building self-confidence and developing individual learning techniques. The Center runs daily tutoring sessions and workshops as well as summer camps during the month of July, with the help of Pace students and alumni. For more information, visit their website or like them on Facebook.
Career fairs, info sessions, workshops, 30-second pitches, job search plans, practice interviews, and more…and the semester hasn’t even officially begun! While you’ve been working on your tan this summer, Pace’s Career Services department has been working on your future. Find out what’s coming soon this month!
For all students graduating in January, June and September 2012 who are interested in interviewing with companies that are recruiting for full time employment after graduation, you must attend one Mandatory Campus Recruiting Program Workshop and have your resume approved in order to be eligible to participate. Upcoming dates include September 9, 13, 23, and 26.
On September 13, learn all about the infamous 30-second pitch and how to knock the socks off recruiters at How to Work a Career Fair on the NYC Campus.
On September 14, meet with Pace students who are interns and ambassadors at advertising and marketing firm Mr. Youth; hear about their newest client RIM, the maker of Blackberry phones and learn how to get an exciting, hands-on internship. Oh, and did we mention Yankee tickets will be given away?
For those of you who completed a summer internship, it’s time for the next step! On September 15, network with other experienced interns and share best practices; learn how to market your internship experience on your resume to land your next internship or full-time job; and gain tips on applying for Wilson-funded internships for next summer.
On September 19, JPMorgan Chase will be on campus looking for the next great hire at one in a series of upcoming corporate information sessions.
On September 19, 20, 22, and 23, Career Services is open for you to stop by. This unique week is designated for all day drop-in hours to get feedback on the full-time job search, to learn about the Campus Recruiting Program, receive resume and interview critique, and more.
Your favorite Fairy Jobmother will pay you a visit on September 21 as the “Big Four” accounting firms and dozens of other financial services employers head to the NYC Campus looking to hire you at the Fall 2011 Accounting and Finance Career Fair. Earlier in the day, hear professionals from the top CPA firms come together to discuss recruiting trends and their expectations of students in undergraduate, graduate, and joint-degree programs here at Pace.
International students can enjoy coffee and career conversation on building U.S. experience at an upcoming International Student Career Café on September 23.
While Practice Interview Day may not be happening until October 6, space is limited and signups begin on September 1 so get on eRecruiting and sign up before September 25!
For more info on these and other NYC Campus Career Service events, click here.
For PLV students–don’t fret—most of your events kick off in October, including the Fall 2011 Job and Internship Fair, where dozens of representatives from accounting firms, financial services, media, consumer products, not-for-profits, government, health care, computer science, technology, hospitality, retail, and many other areas will be on the PLV Campus looking for you. Stay tuned for more info in the coming weeks!
White Plains Events
On September 20, find out how to develop a job search plan to optimize your time and effort at the Grad Center on the WP Campus.
For Law School students, visit the Center for Career and Professional Development for more information on your events and programming.
Last summer, we brought you the Pawscars, where you voted on some of your favorite food and people-watching spots, hidden gems, and more. If your pizza pick didn’t make the cut last year, it’s time for redemption as the polls are open for the Second Annual Pawscar Awards! >>Vote now to be entered into a drawing for a pair of free movie tickets!
Last summer, we brought you the Pawscars, where you voted on some of your favorite food and people-watching spots, hidden gems, and more. If your pizza pick didn’t make the cut last year, it’s time for redemption as the polls are open for the Second Annual Pawscar Awards! >>Vote now for a chance to win a pair of free movie tickets!
Graduating? Share something you’ll miss, a professor who opened a door for you, words of advice for current students, your plans after graduation, etc. and we’ll include your quotes in upcoming issues. See examples from last year. >>Submit your testimonial now!
The next flock of legal eagles takes flight at the 33rd Annual Pace Law School Commencement ceremony on May 8. Join us in congratulating the Class of 2011 on their accomplishments! >>Read More
Commencement season has begun as the Pace Law School celebrates its 33rd Annual Commencement on May 8 in WP.
Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman, an influential figure in the New York State judicial system for the past four decades, will receive an honorary degree and deliver the Commencement address.
Lippman, Chief Judge of the State of New York and Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals appointed by Governor David A. Paterson, has upheld the constitutional rights of the accused, insisting that the Fourth Amendment requires particularized concrete information to justify intrusive searches; striking down the warrantless secret planting of a GPS device on a citizen’s vehicle; and requiring trial courts to carefully scrutinize guilty pleas to ensure that they are truly informed and voluntary, and has played a central role in many far-reaching reforms including the introduction of problem-solving community courts, drug courts, and domestic violence courts throughout the state.
Lippman has been in the news recently for his fervent push, in the face of a state fiscal crisis, to increase funding for civil legal services programs that help low-income New York residents faced with foreclosures, evictions, domestic violence, and other legal problems. Lippman symbolizes a dedication to social justice embodied in Pace Law School’s clinics, centers, pro bono opportunities, and externship programs.
Check back next week as we highlight NYC and Westchester undergraduate and graduate Commencement ceremonies!
Fingerprints, blood splatter, bite marks, DNA evidence, neuroimaging, Rorschach. Join us for a full and exciting day of forensic techniques on April 13!
Pace Law School, Dyson College, and Sigma Xi (the scientific research society) are proud to present an exciting, interdisciplinary, and intercampus program: Bioethics Program XV: Science and the Law on April 13 at Pace Law School’s WP Campus.
This full-day forum and interactive discussion will evaluate classic and new forensic techniques and you’ll get the chance to hear from experts in the field of forensics who will discuss timely and controversial topics.
The event is free, but pre-registration is required. RSVP to Diana Justo (email: email@example.com) or Dr. Charlene Hoegler, PLV (914-773-3698; email: firstname.lastname@example.org) ; Dr. John Sharkey, NYC (212-346-1344; email: email@example.com); Dr. Terence Hines in PLV (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
The PILSO Auction featuring Mets and Knicks tickets, signed memorabilia, vacations, dinners, and much more ends tonight, March 31. Find out what environmentalists are for at the Garrison Lecture with Daniel A. Farmer on April 6. This week, we’re laying down the Law School events.
Knicks and Mets tickets, signed footballs, basketballs, pucks, and sneakers, a 30 Rock Tour and tickets to The Late Show with Jimmy Fallon, Inside the Actors Studio tickets, restaurant gift certificates, concert tickets, vacations and cruises, dinners with your favorite Pace Law professors, a Riverkeeper patrol boat ride, and much more! More than 200 items are up for grabs at the Public Interest Law School Scholarship Organization (PILSO) auction. The auction ends at 9:00 p.m. on March 31 so hurry up and get your bids in! Proceeds will fund grants to law students for unpaid public interest summer internships.
Also at the Law School, on April 6, is the annual Lloyd K. Garrison Lecture on Environmental Law. This year’s lecture features Daniel A. Farber, Sho Sato Professor of Law at UC Berkeley, on “Sustainable Consumption and Communities: Bringing the American Way of Life into the Twenty-First Century.” This lecture will present a vision for putting people front-and-center in sustainability—a vision that focuses on how people live their daily lives in their communities—and also explore legal strategies for implementing that vision.
RSVP by calling Leslie Crincoli at (914) 422-4413 or by email at: email@example.com.
John Jay Lecture, Winter Career Fair, Nuts and Bolts of the NY Bar. Inside, we’re laying down the Law School events for the next week.
It’s time to give the Law School a little love because they’re chock-full of events next week you’re not going to want to miss!
Way before there were credit cards, there was indebtedness. Barnard College History Professor Herbert Sloan will tackle “The Problem That Would Not Go Away–John Jay and the British Debts” at the Law School’s upcoming John Jay Lecture on March 10 in WP. Check out the media advisory for more information on the lecture.
Worried about finding a job after law school? Head to the 4th Annual Winter Career Fair at Pace Law School on March 8 and meet with public, private, and government employers from CT, NY, and NJ to learn about a variety of legal areas and career paths and discuss them with the local practitioners–and maybe even snag that coveted job before you graduate!
On March 9, find out the Nuts and Bolts of the NY Bar Exam, where bar examiner Bryan Williams will explain the components of the New York Bar Exam and what the bar examiners are looking for when they grade each exam. The event is open to all law students, but is particularly recommended for students taking the bar exam this summer.
Your favorite Pace board game is back this spring. Ready to play? Pick up your thimble, roll the dice, advance to Career Services, and collect your future inside!
The semester has barely begun and the busy bees at Career Services are filling up your calendars with some serious career-getters.
Practice your interview skills with professionals from different fields and get feedback to help you outshine the competition at the biannual Practice Interview Day on February 10. The registration deadline is January 31 and space is limited, so get yourself signed up today!
New to co-op? You’ll need to register for a Co-op Orientation Workshop to learn the basics about eRecruiting, internships, and more. Upcoming workshops include January 28, February 2, 3, 9, etc.
First year MBA? Hear about internships at a co-op orientation on February 1 in NYC.
Need some extra interview help? February 1, 2, 4, 8, and 9 are some upcoming dates for Interview Workshops.
Graduating this spring or summer? Mandatory Campus Recruitment Program (CRP) Workshops will be held on February 1 and 9.
Upcoming events also include the Spring Internship Kick-off on February 8, Applying to Grad School on February 15, How to Work a Career Fair/30 Second Pitch on February 24, and the big one: the NYC Spring 2011 Job & Internship Fair on March 2.
In PLV and WP:
There’s no need for NYC jealousy, because the PLV and WP campuses’ cups runneth over with career events.
You never get a second chance to make a first impression so head to a Resume Writing Workshop on February 1.
Ace the Interview Workshops on February 8 and 23 can help you turn that interview into a job offer.
The big biannual Mock Interview Day will be held on February 10 and professional recruiters from The New York Times, A&E, INROADS, the IRS, Citibank, KPMG, and Enterprise will be there. Pre-registration is required so call (914) 773-3361 to pick up an open slot.
Other biggies in the distance include: Using LinkedIn and Other Social Media to Get the Job You Want on February 10, How to Work a Career Fair on February 22, Nursing Career Fair on March 1, Criminal Justice Career Day on March 30, the big PLV Job and Internship Fair 2011 on April 6, and much more!
Make sure to get the full details and learn more about all the PLV and WP Career Services events!
And check back in with The Pulse for more info on job and internship fair employers and more!
This month, Pace becomes the new kid on the block in Foursquare—and one of only 20 universities in the country to pilot this new mobile and social networking app. Time to start checkin’ in! >>Read More
On December 1, people across the globe will unite for World AIDS Day. Join the Pace Community in raising awareness and making a difference at events being held in NYC, PLV, and WP.
AIDS is still a worldwide epidemic and has taken the lives of more than 25 million people. On December 1, celebrate the 22nd World AIDS Day by wearing red to show your support, and help paint the rest of the campus red at the following events:
World AIDS Day Bash (NYC): Stop by the Student Union and join Keep a Child Alive (in partnership with STAND and Pace’s Stonewall Coalition) for an evening of activities and awareness. Watch performances, listen to presentations, and participate in a student-led Q&A session on this important day of remembrance and reflection.
A Call to Action: Battle for Civil Rights (NYC): Pace Distinguished Professor, author, and activist Karla Jay, PhD, and Gay USA co-host and civil rights activist Ann Northrop address the battle for equality within the lesbian and gay civil rights and feminist movements in America. In addition to discussing the issue of equality, these two activist heavyweights will weigh in on the importance of HIV/AIDS awareness.
Knowing is beautiful (NYC): Learn about the importance of safe sex at an HIV/AIDS awareness workshop and get free and confidential testing.
World AIDS Day Tabling (WP): Stop by Lambda Legal’s table to pick up your red ribbon and drop off a donation. Lambda works to increase awareness for the LGBT community and those living with HIV/AIDS through impact litigation, public policy work, and education.
SDCA World Aids Day (PLV): The Student Association Philanthropy Committee hosts a day of events in support of this year’s philanthropy, the UN’s Millennium Development Goals project. Several different organizations on campus will come together, setting up tables with activities and information, each bringing a unique view on HIV/AIDS that relates to their specific organization.
ALS Pediatric Aids Day (PLV): If you happen to be in Kessel on December 1, stop by the Alpha Lambda Sigma table to learn more about pediatric AIDS. Purchase your red ribbon and donate generously.
Locate the Mislocated (PLV): December 1-8, Black Student Union presents Locate the Mislocated, a week of AIDS awareness events that are open to everyone in the Pace Community. Join the BSU group on Facebook, and starting December 1, keep your eyes peeled for clues and instructions. Winners will be announced December 8.
Red Alert and Red Alert Reflection Dinner (PLV): On November 30, student organizations will decorate the campus in red, using balloons, chalk, ribbons, etc. to prepare for the second annual Red Alert on December 1. Stop by Kessel all day for bake sales, HIV testing, educational tables, giveaways, and more. Donations will be collected and red long sleeve tees will be sold to benefit the MDGs. At night, come together for the reflection dinner featuring a guest speaker who will talk about how we can continue to support, a performance by P.I.P.E., and a discussion about the day, how the world is responding to HIV/AIDS, what has changed over time, etc.
More than two dozen professors from some of the most prestigious law schools in the country including Harvard, Columbia, and Chicago, will come to the Pace Law School to discuss the role of gender and sex in international law.
The Dean and Faculty of Pace Law School invite all students, faculty, and staff to “After Gender? Examining International Justice Enterprises,” a Pace Law Review symposium on November 12 in WP.
The symposium will expand our understanding of the role of gender and sex in international law. Traditionally, international law’s gender analysis has focused on women to the exclusion of other sexes. More recent efforts, including those in international criminal law, the United Nations, and other international organizations, have attempted a broader understanding of gender.
Janet Halley, Royall Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, will give the keynote address and more than two dozen panelists and commentators from law schools around the world will convene to address topics such as: the role of “women,” “men,” and transpeople/intersex people in gender equality; human rights beyond sex and gender; and prospects for international gender norms.
No matter how many times we think we’re done talking about co-op events, we never are. Maybe we’d take a break if those busy bees at Career Services ever did. Until they do, your fortune is waiting…
Last week, we told you about tonight’s MPA Career Panel. Be there to hear about careers in public administration from a panel of experts working in the field, followed by a Q&A at the Grad Center in WP.
Beta Alpha Psi keeps their Lecture Series going on November 2 when they bring you speakers from the accounting, finance, and information technology industries to share their insight and experiences about work and current issues, as well as network with students interested in these fields in NYC.
Go beyond the interview and showcase your skills to prospective employers at the PwC xACT case competition on November 3 in NYC. You don’t have to be an accounting major to participate; you just have to be a team player and a business major with the desire to win and work hard. This isn’t your everyday accounting…it’s xTREME accounting.
Three forks in a formal place setting. Which one is the salad fork? Let ASCEND show you how to properly dine in a professional setting, as you network with professionals on November 2 in NYC.
Is graduate school in your future? What are the hot degrees and cool programs? Want to find out all about the application process from the experts? Then, don’t miss this November 2 workshop in PLV and this November 3 event in NYC.
Interested in advertising, marketing research, customer relationship management, or marketing strategy? Well, hear from industry leading professionals at the Careers in Marketing event on November 3 in NYC. Oh, and did we mention the best marketing tip of all–FREE FOOD!?
Meet with KPMG recruiters and employers at an information info session on November 3 in PLV.
Ever think about volunteering for a senator or traveling across Europe after graduation? How about building houses for the poor or conducting research in a rainforest? There are plenty of paths to go down after graduation. Find out about them on November 4 in NYC.
Looking to work for the federal government, but having trouble figuring out their confusing site? Learn how to search for positions effectively and efficiently to apply for that dream position on November 4 in WP.
And this may be a few weeks away, but get your resumes and suits ready for the Technology Career Fair on November 17 in NYC. More than 30 participating employers include Apple, AT&T, Clear Channel Radio, Morgan Stanley, and more.
That’s all for this week, but stay tuned for more career cheer to come!
The big PLV Career Fair may have come and gone, but there’s still plenty going on that’ll help get your career going before you even graduate!
Don’t know what you want to be when you grow up? NBD. Check out some of these events below. Know what you want to be? Well, we’ve got the connections for you!
Got your eye on a career in marketing? A panel of leading industry professionals in advertising, sales management, online marketing, and brand management discuss the skills that you’ll need on October 26 in PLV. All majors welcome!
Interested in learning how to put your liberal arts or business degree to use? Meet with a panel of successful professionals who majored in your field at a Lunch and Learn on October 27 in NYC.
Want to join the Society for Human Resources Management and get your resume workshopped? October 27, NYC, be there.
Interested in hearing from a panel of successful female entrepreneurs about what it takes to overcome obstacles? Head to the Phenomenal Women Forum on October 27 in PLV.
Getting your MP(hip-hip-hoor)A(y)? Hear about careers in public administration from a panel of experts working in the field, followed by a Q&A on October 28 at the Grad Center in WP.
Attention teachers: Don’t think we forgot about you! A special workshop for graduating students who are currently student teaching and enrolled in the Senior Seminar, where you’ll learn about job search, the hiring process, and resume writing on October 29 in PLV.
Are you a grad student in need of help? Get to the Career Coaching Clinic on November 1 in NYC.
Want to know how you can Facebook toward a full-time job? Learn to use social media sites such as LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook to get you closer to the job of your dreams at Job Search 2.0 Using Social Media on November 2 in NYC.
And remember, Career Services always has workshops going on. Learn how to ace the interview at interview workshops on October 26 and 27.
New to Co-op? Welcome…but remember, you must sign up for a Co-op Orientation Workshop, with upcoming sessions on October 27 and 28.
That’s all for now, but we’ll be baaaaaaaaaaaaaack!
We all know TBS’ Dinner and a Movie, but where they go wrong is they teach you how to prepare a meal. There are cookbooks for that. At Pace, we just give you the food.
Bake sales and movie nights: Sorry, Lizzie McGuire, this is what dreams are made of.
The Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (SALDF) screens the eye-opening Academy Award-winning The Cove on October 25 in WP.
The Multicultural Affairs Office in PLV brings you For Neda, the HBO documentary that tells the personal story of Neda Agha-Soltan, who was murdered in Iran, and became a symbol of the country’s 2009 post-election protests.
The Law School’s IPSO hosts a bake and cup sale, so head over on October 26 for some delicious treats. When you’re done goblin, make sure to ask about their October 27 Hallow’iin Party which is going to be a monster smash (that’s a FACTO!)
It’s double feature night with Collegiate Italian American Org (CIAO). Join them at Italian Cinema movie night for an American horror film and Italian film on October 26 in NYC.
Let Sundaes make your Tuesday more bearable on October 26 with Panhellenic Council in PLV.
Want a taste of Italia in PLV? Alpha Phi Delta celebrates their heritage over some dishes Nonna would be proud of at the Italian Cultural Dinner on October 27.
Are you a first-year student who had their socks knocked off by Temple Grandin at Convocation? Join the Center for Academic Excellence at a screening of the Emmy Award-winning film on October 27 in NYC.
Caribbean Students Association (CSA) presents DRIVA, featuring a movie, food, and drinks on October 27 in NYC.
POP TV and P.A.C.E Board present a classic horror movie and snacks at the Drive-in Fright Fest on October 27 in NYC.
Stonewall Coalition brings you six Queer Movie Nights this semester, one of which is on October 28.
Enjoy traditional German foods and feel guilt-free as you raise money for breast cancer at Phi Alpha Delta’s Oktoberbreast on October 28 in WP.
The Criminal Justice Society hosts a BYOE (E stands for eats) on October 29 as part of their annual Pot Luck Dinner.
Well, that’s all for this week. If there’s something we missed, post to the comments below and we’ll add it. Otherwise, we’ll see you next week!
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Chow down with CIAO! The Collegiate Italian American Organization serves up some sweets at a bake sale fundraiser for the Italian Welfare League of NYC on October 18.
Have yourself a helping of just des(s)erts as the Criminal Justice Society hosts the Hands on New York Day bake sale on October 18 in NYC.
Graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows, oh my! Get your s’more making on with Phi Sigma Sigma on the Gottesman Patio on October 19.
Stop by the Phi Alpha Delta (PAD) Oktoberbreast bake sale on October 20 in WP for some good treats for a great cause.
No, ethical lawyers is not an oxymoron, and on October 13, President Friedman will explain why at the Law School’s Blank Lecture. Then on October 18, Jim Salzman, Professor of Law and Environmental Policy at Duke University points out that the emperor has no clothes in his lecture on environmental protection.
The Law School brings you back-to-back lectures on timely topics and legal conundrums in the coming weeks. On Wednesday, October 13, Stephen J. Friedman, President of Pace and former dean of the Law School tackles the tricky topic of “Ethical Imperatives for Lawyers” at noon in the Robert B. Fleming Moot Courtroom as the Philip B. Blank Memorial Lecture on Attorney Ethics. Then on October 18, Jim Salzman, Professor of Law and Environmental Policy at Duke University, asks, “What is the Emperor Wearing?” in his critical look at the potential of ecosystem services for environmental protection as part of the Gilbert and Sarah Kerlin Lecture on Environmental Law, held from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the Tudor Room and followed by a reception in the student lounge.