Dyson Winners

Dyson Winners

Pace Fiscal Challenge Team Go-getters Earn Third Place in National Competition The Pace University Fiscal Challenge team placed third in this year’s national Fiscal Challenge competition, where teams of students from around the country devise and defend their own...
Tackling the Pandemic

Tackling the Pandemic

From the psychological effects of social distancing to the economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis, the Dyson College community is working to advance our understanding of the ongoing pandemic. Student, faculty, and alumni researchers are working on a wide range of...
Fostering Civic Engagement

Fostering Civic Engagement

Dyson College’s Center for Community Action and Research (CCAR) helps students connect with firsthand experiences serving the needs of communities in New York and beyond. Vote 2020 For most Americans, Election Day represents a precious opportunity to choose our...
Relevant Research that Matters

Relevant Research that Matters

Relevant ResearchThat Matters From charting the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns to uncovering a forgotten chapter of history, Dyson faculty provided new insights on a variety of research topics. COVID-19 Lockdowns and PSY Health The psychological toll of COVID-19...
The Black Excellence Initiative

The Black Excellence Initiative

TheBlack ExcellenceInitiative Countering the effects of racism   B orn out of a national movement and a course taught by Assistant Professor Kiku Huckle, PhD, political science department, an initiative has taken root. It was the killing of George Floyd and the...
Supporting Social Justice

Supporting Social Justice

Supporting Social Justice   I n the wake of the summer 2020 protests following the death of George Floyd, Pace University committed to intensifying efforts to become an antiracist institution. Initiatives this year included founding the new Gosin Center for...
The Time is Write

The Time is Write

The English Department Writing Awards competition awarded it largest sum yet—$20,000— this year to students for their written creative work across 13 categories of writing, from poetry to literary criticism. This also marked the first year awards were presented for...
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...
News and Notes

News and Notes

NYS Governor Signs Pace University’s Endangered Species Bill In September 2020, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law a bill increasing New York State’s powers to protect endangered species from the threat of federal policies that weaken protections. Based on...
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...
Eye on Arts

Eye on Arts

Ones to Watch Pace School of Performing Arts Dominique Fishback Theater ArtsDeborah Johnson in Judas and the Black Messiah Jesse James Keitel ’15 BFA ActingJerrie Kennedy in Big Sky Oscar Wahlberg ’22 BFA Acting for Film, Television, Voice-overs, and...
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...
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