There are quite a few people at Pace who are leading the fight for what they believe in. Angelo Spillo and Michelle Rodriguez are some of the crusaders for our environment. Want to know what Pace thinks of our earth and how to save it? Spillo and Rodriguez are looking for the answer. >>Read More
Are you interested in being a little greener? The Pace Community is invited to celebrate Earth Month every day in April, here at Pace! >>Read More
Advocacy, meet Technological Innovation. Now can you two quit the frenemying and work together to save our world? Thanks.
On November 11-14, International Education Week will take you places you’ve never been with a week’s worth of events from abroad opportunities to international jeopardy.
The department stores are decorated, the sun is setting on the fall, and before you know it, it’ll be winter break. This year, pick up three credits in four weeks with January Intersession.
Pace University’s MS in Publishing alumni and students are taking over Oxford University Press. Hear from four who range from editorial assistant and intern to ebook manager.
Eager to go green? The Environmental Consortium’s 10th Annual Conference is coming to Pace PLV on November 8 and 9
Considering applying to law school? Consider Pace. Meet the students and profs at an open house on November 2.
On October 23, join Dyson and CHP at a PLV conference examining the consequences of conflict and war on people and the environment.
Lights, camera, activism! On October 18, the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival will host free workshops on Pace’s NYC Campus.
Social anxiety, addiction, self-perception, balancing college and life, and more—the Counseling Center in Westchester invites you to join a fall group!
Celebrate diversity at Pace! October is LGBT History Month and what better way to celebrate than with events geared towards the Ls, Gs, Bs, and Ts!
Think Pink fashion show. Don’t Forget the Lyrics. Omega Phi Beta presents “True Life: Blasted.” And more!
Thinking about applying to school? Weigh more than 100 options at the 31st Annual Law Day on October 6 in NYC.
Waste. Kill. Share. Raise. Cultivate. Afford. The Pace Academy launches their 2013-2014 campaign to raise awareness about FoodYou…
Throwbacks like a drive-in movie and 80s night, the señoritas of Sigma Lambda Upsilon host Raices week, and much more as 50 Days and 50 Nights continues in PLV.
Pace’s eLab kicks off the semester with a series of events bringing CEOs and successful entrepreneurs to campus to help you get your ideas off the ground.
Don’t drink that. Don’t eat that in that. Don’t smoke here. Don’t bike there. Over the last few years, environmental and public health initiatives have been proposed and adopted in NYC. On September 25, explore “New York City Rules” at the Law School’s annual Kerlin Lecture.
NPHC, NALFO, IFC, UPC. If you’re wondering what the PANHEL we’re talking about, it’s time to getcha getcha getcha Greek on.
Do you believe water pollution is illegal? Cage-free hens are contented animals? Climate change is threatening the United States with more hurricanes? Says who? Based on what? Compared to what? Join the conversation on EarthDesk, Pace Academy’s blog.
On your mark ready set let’s go. Tech pro I know you know I go psycho when my internet quits, cable splits. Gotta get techie with it, that’s it!
Building quadcopters (drones); nursing students’ negativity towards the aging; studying the effects of video gaming on attention and impulsivity—these are just a few of the research projects that were presented at the Undergraduate Research Initiative Showcase. Announcing the winners and next year’s program…
PLV Media and Communication Arts students present the premiere of ¡Viva La Tortuga!, the documentary they wrote, shot, and produced on location in Baja.
Check out how one Pace professor is encouraging students to go without common luxuries to discover how their everyday actions affect the world around them.
Do you believe water pollution is illegal? Cage-free hens are contented animals? Climate change is threatening the United States with more hurricanes? Says who? Based on what? Compared to what? Join the conversation on EarthDesk, Pace Academy’s new blog.