Do you remember your transition to college life? Wish there was something someone had told you? Know a special Pace perk that could benefit the Class of 2020? Let’s hear it!
In the spirit of this year’s Westchester Common Reader This I Believe: Life Lessons, a collection of extraordinary essays filled with life lessons of people from all walks of life, we’re looking for faculty and staff to share their insights with the Class of 2020!
Take a STEM class. Join Programming Board. Stop by the Tutoring Center before finals. Find a mentor. Pack your health insurance card. Work as a student assistant at the Center for Community Action and Research. Minor in Entrepreneurship. Build yourself, not just your resume.
We know many of you work in a department that incoming students should know about and visit, have secrets to navigating certain areas, or are Pace alumni who want to recommend a life-changing class or professor. Whether it’s the “don’t forget” list (those pesky extra long bed sheets, business attire for a surprise interview, a just-in-case-the-WiFi-goes-out Ethernet cable) or something you wish someone had told you about the first week of college, we want to hear your words for the incoming Class of 2020!
Faculty and staff: send your advice (even if it’s five words) to URnews@pace.edu and we’ll share your responses with the Class of 2020 on social media.
At Pace, Opportunitas is for every single student, faculty, and staff member who walks through our doors. President Krislov chats with our Chief Diversity Officer Tiffany Hamilton to discuss the ways Pace is embodying this mission.
PaceCast: Diversity and Inclusion
Faculty and staff in Pleasantville will be showcasing their super-secret talents on Thursday, November 14. Don't miss out!
Hidden Talents Art Show
CHP Professor Joanne Singleton, PhD, is engaged in ongoing initiatives around service dogs and animal-assisted intervention. Her work, which focuses on reducing stress among student veterans and generating evidence on the benefits of service dogs, was all inspired by a remarkable veteran who changed the course of her career.
Research: Animal-Assisted Intervention