Remoting In

Remoting In

Remoting In Dyson College has responded to the new normal. Remoting In Dyson College has responded to the new normal. W hen the coronavirus pandemic hit and Pace moved to remote learning, the University community found ways to adjust. “I am very proud of how Dyson’s...
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...
Celebrating a Legacy

Celebrating a Legacy

Celebrating a Legacy Although Dyson College Dean Nira Herrmann, PhD, stepped down at the conclusion of the 2019—20 academic year, she has left behind a remarkable breadth of accomplishments that will serve the University for years to come. Celebrating a Legacy...
Express Yourself

Express Yourself

Express Yourself A new fellowship is providing opportunities for diverse creatives. W ith the inception of the Pace Storytelling for Equity and Inclusion Fellowship, funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Dyson College has a new opportunity to play an...
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...
Dyson Fights Back

Dyson Fights Back

A liberal arts education prepares students to be flexible and see issues from a variety of perspectives. When the world began battling the coronavirus pandemic, the Dyson community turned to those characteristics to help in the fight. Here are some examples of support...
Saving the Sea Turtles

Saving the Sea Turtles

Fact: when a cold snap occurs, and the water temperature in the Atlantic Ocean suddenly drops, sea turtles can become trapped—too cold to migrate to warmer waters. It’s similar to hypothermia, and Department of Biology Chairperson Andrew Wier, PhD, has been working...
A Historic Fed Challenge Win

A Historic Fed Challenge Win

The Pace Federal Reserve Challenge Team made history in November 2019, winning its fourth first-place title at the 16th annual national College Fed Challenge in Washington, DC. The students, all economics and business economics majors, competed against institutions...
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...
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