News and Notes

News and Notes

Pace Pleasantville Designated as a Bee Campus In recognition of its commitment to creating a sustainable habitat for pollinators, the Pace Pleasantville campus is now an officially certified Bee Campus USA affiliate. The University received the designation from Bee...
Eye on Arts

Eye on Arts

Gabi Campo ’18 BFA Musical TheaterWest Side Story (Broadway) Charlie Franklin ’14 BFA Musical TheaterTina: The Tina Turner Musical (Broadway) Celia Rose Gooding ’24 BFA Musical TheaterJagged Little Pill (Broadway) 6 to Watch Pace School of Performing...
Media Spotlight

Media Spotlight

Banding Together In spite of the remote learning plan enacted during the spring 2020 semester, Dyson College communications students completed a unique collaborative project promoting four Bronx-based punk bands. Students from three courses—Cinematography II, Writing...
Setter Stories

Setter Stories

Have something to brag about? Tell us at dysonnews@pace.edu! Alumni Ralph M. Crystal ’70, BA Psychology, was selected by the National Council on Rehabilitation Education for the 2020 Distinguished Career in Rehabilitation Education Award. Mary-Lynn Hearn ’19, BA...

In Memoriam

Joseph V. Dumbra Retired associate professor of Italian and Spanish in the modern languages and cultures department, passed away on November 27, 2019. Dumbra retired in 2001 after 37 years teaching at Pace. He was an untiring advocate for the University, students, and...
Dyson College by the Numbers

Dyson College by the Numbers

Enrollment (as of the fall 2019 census) Pace University’s Undergraduate Enrollment Distribution Dyson College of Arts and Sciences: 3,883 44% 44% Lubin School of Business 32% 32% College of Health Professions 7% 7% Seidenberg School of CSIS 7% 7% Unclassified 6%...
Your Support Transforms Pace Students

Your Support Transforms Pace Students

Together, we can give Pace Students like Markese McLamb ’22 the momentum to achieve their dreams! An investment in our students is an investment in their success. Did you know? In total, 36% of Pace students come from families earning less than $40,000 annually....
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