Turning a Page and Building Bridges

Turning a Page and Building Bridges

Turning a Page and Building Bridges Dyson College has two new department leaders at the helm “Our responsibility is to enable students to complete their degree successfully while preparing for a job.” Manuela Soares Soares, who came to Pace University in 2004 after a...
The New Face of Trauma

The New Face of Trauma

The New Face of Trauma Groundbreaking research indicates there could be a positive side to negative events. Can anything positive possibly come from an adverse event such as a flood, a mass shooting, or a catastrophic accident? The answer is yes, according to trauma...
Rewarding Research

Rewarding Research

Madison Ames ‘21, chemistry, is one of several outstanding Dyson students to receive recognition and support for her research. Showstoppers Dyson College research teams won the top prize at the annual Student-Faculty Research Showcases celebrating collaborative...
Dyson Hosts LGBTQ+ Thought Leaders

Dyson Hosts LGBTQ+ Thought Leaders

The Pace University community had the opportunity to hear from several standout voices on a range of topics in the fight for LGBTQ+ equality, including activists, editors, and a Hollywood actor. During the spring semester, the Pace School of Performing Arts, the...
Humanities Goes High Tech

Humanities Goes High Tech

HUMANITIES Goes High Tech With new initiatives and pioneering instruction, Dyson College is poised to become a leader in educating students through the evolving arena of digital humanities. This is definitely not your parents’ classroom. Today’s students of language,...
Eye on Arts

Eye on Arts

Onstage Debuts These talented students made their Broadway debuts in hit productions The Prom Susie Carroll ’19 Musical Theater Head Over Heels, Mean Girls Christine Shepard ’19 Commercial Dance Dear Evan Hansen Samantha Williams ’21Musical Theater...
Media Spotlight

Media Spotlight

Hawaii: Living on the Edge in Paradise? During the summer of 2018, Hawaii’s Kīlauea volcano let loose its largest eruption in 200 years. To some it was a disaster. Others saw it as the goddess Pele’s way of creating new ʻāina (land). The Hawaiian peoples’ resilience...
Setter Stories

Setter Stories

Dyson’s Latest Fulbright Scholar Gerrard James ’17, MFA Acting (pictured R with Pace University President Marvin Krislov), was selected as the Fulbright John Wood LAMDA Award recipient and will pursue an MA in Classical Acting at the London Academy of Music and...
Accolades

Accolades

Pace Academic Teams Triumph Three student teams continued a tradition of excellence at national events. Federal Reserve Challenge The Federal Reserve Challenge Team, all Dyson economics majors, claimed victory at the 14th annual national College Fed Challenge in...
Year in Pictures

Year in Pictures

Confucius_LunarNewYear-1abeiv1 The Confucius Institute celebrates the Year of the Dog with the Pace community at their annual Lunar New Year Gala. DavidWeinstein(l)-Student(m)-zcoajw Dyson Advisory Board member David Weinstein ’82, ’91 (l) with Stanley and Gloria C....
Our Fulbright Scholars

Our Fulbright Scholars

Through research, three Dyson standouts are making a worldwide impact. The U.S. Fulbright Scholar Program is one of the world’s most competitive fellowship programs, with both students and faculty receiving scholarships to study, teach, and conduct research. This past...
Faculty Bookshelf

Faculty Bookshelf

Books by Dyson faculty to add to your library N.O.K.: Next of Kin By Inbal Abergil, professor, Art2017 Daylight Books From World War II to the ongoing conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq, Abergil’s book presents the stories of families across the United States that lost...
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