At Pace, delivering a speech to the United Nations is part of the curriculum.
Dyson students who participated in internships through the Wilson Center made the most of hands-on experiences.
Seven Go-Getters spearhead change-making campus initiatives through this UN-sponsored program.
Several students and faculty members were inducted into the Society of Fellows of Dyson College, as members of the Joseph C. Morreale Class of Fellows.
Dyson students lead conversations for change at the United Nations headquarters in Manhattan during the fall semester.
A record number of Dyson students were accepted into the 2022 class of the United Nations Academic Impact and Millennium Campus Network (MCN) Fellowship.
In recognition of her exceptional service to her community, Dean Tresmaine R. Grimes, PhD, was named a national finalist for the Jefferson Award, an honor referred to as the “Nobel Prize of service.”
The Center for Community Action and Research’s Pace Votes team was recognized as the Campus Team of the Year.
Students curate exhibit of historic newspaper photos from collection gifted by George Stephanopoulos.
Mother-daughter Emmy Award winners and a trailblazing grandmother are three generations of Pace women.