The reading will take place Monday, April 2, on the NYC Campus.Come for an exclusive book signing, Q&A, and refreshments!You don’t have to wait for graduation to learn all the ins and outs of adulting.Learn about your financial responsibilities, how to start a company, and even how to rent commercial space—all on the NYC Campus! You’re invited to celebrate the coming of spring, nature conservationism, and environmental sustainability with four weeks of incredible events.#Pace U is lighting up the big screen this month with three seminal film screenings that raise awareness about key issues: the #Me Too movement, immigration, and autism representation in media. They have a few great opportunities lined up that you should totally take advantage of. President Marvin Krislov reflects on last week's President’s Scholarship and Benefactor Dinner, which brought student scholarship recipients and their donors together for a night of celebration and support. While some students may be headed for some rest and relaxation during this year's break, Pace students are traveling the world for the opportunity to volunteer, explore, and soak in knowledge instead of just the sun!Follow the journeys of students lending a hand in the Rockaways, filming a documentary in Puerto Rico, studying in Shanghai, and more.Starting Monday, February 12, you're invited to a week of tough talks intended to spark discussion and positive change. After all the studying, hustling, and coffee-guzzling, you're only a few months away from getting your hands on that degree. Drop by to celebrate and order your cap and gown on Wednesday, February 7.Chan (Sammy) Thai '19 is an advertising and integrated marketing major on the NYC Campus.
Pace is offering an information session and free film screening on Wednesday, January 24, 2018, and Tuesday, January 30, 2018.
Not only that, but she’s also pursuing a combined degree: a bachelor’s of political science and a master’s in public administration. From classics like I Am Not Your Negro to the hype of Black Panther, there's a flick for everyone this week on the NYC Campus. You'll have the chance to win gift cards, theater tickets, and more.
The celebrated poet and translator Ron Padgett is the spring 2018 reader in the Poets @ Pace series!
She even landed a job as a software engineer for Disney!
Take part in volunteering off-campus on Saturday, April 7, at places like the Teatown Lake Reservation, Rockefeller State Park Preserve, Westchester Land Trust, and more.