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Keeping Pace: Job readiness is Pace University’s mission

Pace University President Marvin Krislov says, the school is "redoubling our offerings in the bioscience sector. We see that as encompassing three distinct but related areas: health care, technology and the life sciences."

Pace University’s James Sterngold distances school from college admissions scandal

James Sterngold said the silver lining in what he described as “the dark cloud” of the scandal was that it emphasized that a college degree is more important than ever before.

Keeping Pace: Cybersecurity horror stories must be taken seriously

As computing technologies advance, so do the opportunities for your business — including the very real opportunities to be left behind by competitors who adopt and adapt faster or better than you.

Pace University hosts robotics competition

Twenty-seven teams of students in grades 7 through 12 from across the Hudson Valley, Capital Region and Adirondacks recently took part in a robotics...

A cyberstorm at Pace University

Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems brought together leaders from the private and public sectors to hack into some of...

Suite Talk: Pace’s Marvin Krislov on building community engagement on campus

A year into the job, Krislov met with the Business Journal just before the start of the fall semester for a conversation that touched on his drive toward academia, Pace’s upward mobility and his vision for its Pleasantville campus.

Pace students awarded State Department scholarships

Three Pace University students have been awarded Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships from the U.S. State Department, which will enable them to study overseas.

Feeding Westchester kicks off Hunger Action Month

Feeding Westchester also released a list of events planned this month to bring attention to hunger in a county where 1 in 5 residents faces food insecurity.

Hackers beware: Cybersecurity camp at Pace

Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems in Pleasantville held a weeklong training camp teaching the basics of cybersecurity to high school students.

Pace professor honored

Pace University Professor Kimberly Collica-Cox was honored by the Jefferson Awards Foundation in Washington, D.C., for her community service work, some of which has taken her into prisons.

Sue Maxam: The path to retaining students and keeping them engaged

Student success and persistence to graduation is a top priority for institutions across the country and certainly for the many colleges in Westchester.

Déjà vu in Pleasantville

Fifty years after walking across the stage at Pace University’s first commencement ceremonies, eight graduates of the Class of 1968 returned to their alma mater to relive their original college graduation. 

Pace students’ world premiere

“Puerto Rico: Hope in the Dark” is the 15th student-produced documentary to come out of Pace University’s Media, Communications and Visual Arts department’s “Producing the Documentary” course. 

Pace students walk for water

Participants walked one mile with large buckets of water on their heads to demonstrate the trek that many women around the world make each day to collect water.

Pace University names Gary Laermer as VP for development and alumni...

Laermer returns to his alma mater to lead the university's fundraising and alumni outreach. He previously directed philanthropic efforts for the YMCA of Greater New York.