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Pace Law honors two with Distinguished Service Award at Leadership Dinner

  The Pace University Elisabeth Haub Law School held its 24th annual Law Leadership Dinner at the Westchester Country Club on March 7. Dennis Kenny...

Westchester County Airport runway project estimated to cost $21.7M

The Westchester County Board of Legislators voted to issue $10 million in county bonds to repave and make other improvements to the main runway with the remaining money to come from the FAA and New York state.

Elisabeth Haub School of Law achieves No.1 ranking for environmental law

The school, located on Pace's White Plains campus, is only one of two law schools worldwide to be a member of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature.

‘Gridlock Sam’ says driverless cars could impact urban sprawl

Schwartz addressed about 250 developers, consultants, local leaders, attorneys and other professionals Dec. 6 when Pace University’s Land Use Center presented its 17th Annual Alfred B. DelBello Land Use and Sustainable Development Conference.

Iona and Pace drive Wrap for a Cause donor campaigns for...

University vans have been wrapped in decals to raise awareness and funds for scholarship programs and support services for military veterans.

Darien lending firm in partnership to increase commercial renewable-energy investments

Greenworks Lending and Renovate America have partnered to spur efficiency and renewable-energy investments on commercial buildings.

Pace teacher’s article cited by Liberian court

An article written by Pace Law Professor Alexander “Sasha” Greenawalt was cited by the Special Court for Sierra Leone when it upheld the conviction and 50-year sentence of former Liberian President Charles Taylor.

Pace’s software tech takes on online cheaters

Researchers at Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems conducted studies on a tool that can help detect cheating on test taking.

Pace dean mentors nurses of tomorrow

Harriet Feldman got into nursing because a dislike of public speaking dissuaded her from teaching. Now she regularly gives lectures to hundreds and thousands of people.

Business councils offer ACA briefings

Multiple business groups scheduled forums to address the implications of the U.S. Supreme Court’s health reform ruling.