The Meat of the Matter

The Meat of the Matter

The Meat of the Matter Experts and attendees at the “Resilience IV Summit: The Future of Meat?” examined the many facets of the production and consumption of meat. The Meat of the Matter Experts and attendees at the “Resilience IV Summit: The Future of Meat?” examined...
Snapshots

Snapshots

In January 2020, students in Dyson’s Writing About Cultures course, led by Associate Professor of English Jane Collins, PhD, traveled to Costa Rica. While there, they volunteered at Asociación Creativity, Art, and Social Responsibility, a nonprofit organization...
Grant Expands Scientific Opportunities

Grant Expands Scientific Opportunities

The total amount of continued ($509,691) and new ($544,999) funding during the 2019–20 academic year from both the federal and private sector. Research Notes Dyson students and faculty won big at the University’s Ninth Annual Student-Faculty Research Showcase, and...
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...
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...
Lessons in Legislative Action

Lessons in Legislative Action

Dyson College Institute for Sustainability and the Environment Lessons in Legislative Action Working with New York State lawmakers, Pace environmental clinic students have successfully initiated new legislation to reduce pollution from road salt. W hile sodium...
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...
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,...
Expanding Opportunitas

Expanding Opportunitas

Expanding Opportunitas Two new PhD programs and a new bachelor’s degree will provide increased options for the next generation of students and professionals. When, on October 8, 1974, the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences was officially named after Pace alumnus...
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...
Student/Faculty Research

Student/Faculty Research

Celebrating Science On May 1, 2018, on the New York City campus, Dyson College hosted the first ever Dyson Science Day, an opportunity for science alumni to reconnect with faculty and fellow alumni and learn about the exciting research happening in Dyson College. More...
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