IT JOB MARKET MAINTAINS ITS MOMENTUM IN MANHATTAN AND REMAINS ROBUST IN WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NEW PACE U. REPORT SHOWS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Bill Caldwell, Office of Public Information, Pace University, 212-346-1597, wcaldwell@pace.edu IT JOB MARKET MAINTAINS ITS MOMENTUM IN MANHATTAN AND REMAINS ROBUST IN WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NEW PACE U. REPORT SHOWS New York, NY – October 13, 2010 – The information technology job market continued to gather momentum in Manhattan and remained robust […]

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NY Daily News: Author Edwidge Danticat leads Haiti benefit

Enjoy a special event for a special cause – “An Evening with Edwidge Danticat: Haiti on My Mind – a Fundraiser” from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. next Thursday at Pace University’s Schimmel Auditorium, 1 Pace Plaza. http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/brooklyn/2010/09/26/2010-09-26_love_at_first_page_in_relationship_book.html

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“Immigration: A Right or a Privilege?” – A discussion at Pace University’s Constitution Day celebration Tuesday, September 14

As the mosque controversy fuels the debate over immigration policy reforms, Muzaffar A. Chishti, a lawyer and director of Migration Policy Institute’s office at New York University School of Law, will discuss “Immigration: A Right or a Privilege?” on Tuesday, September 14 at Pace University’s Constitution Day celebration on its downtown New York City campus […]

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Pace’s Theater Program Appears in The New York Times’s article, “Answers to Your Questions About College Theater Programs”

Pace’s Theater Program Appears in The New York Times’s article, “Answers to Your Questions About College Theater Programs”

Mary Anna Dennard, the author of “I Got In!: The Ultimate College Audition Guide for Acting and Musical Theater,” answered questions about college theater programs and mentioned that Pace’s as among those that offer “direct relationships with industry professionals.” She also explained that during her years as a casting director she “had relationships with and respect for these institutions.”

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A U.S. News and World Report Article Commends Lubin’s  Entrepreneurial Programs for M.B.A. Students

A U.S. News and World Report Article Commends Lubin’s Entrepreneurial Programs for M.B.A. Students

The U.S. News and World Report article about new entrepreneurial programs for M.B.A. students commends Pace and Lubin’s unique travel courses on entrepreneurship.

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Inside Higher Ed Highlights Pace’s Largest and Most Successful Fund-raising Effort

Inside Higher Ed Highlights Pace’s Largest and Most Successful Fund-raising Effort

In an article about college and university fund-raising efforts in the economic downturn, InsideHigherEd.com mentions Pace’s most successful fundraising effort, and links to the Pace’s Official release.

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Pace Professor’s Fund-raising Efforts Appear in the New York Times

Pace Professor’s Fund-raising Efforts Appear in the New York Times

Dr. Chris Malone’s participation in an upcoming New Orleans fund-raiser is mentioned in the New York Times’ list of upcoming events.

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Pace’s Confucius Institute is Featured in People’s Daily Online

Pace’s Confucius Institute is Featured in People’s Daily Online

People’s Daily Online reports on The Pace University Confucius Institute, starting to offer classes this fall, as a “platform for anyone who is interested in learning Chinese culture, Chinese language, traveling to China or getting involved with Chinese community.”

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Study on negative effects of headphone use by teens appears in media nationally

Study on negative effects of headphone use by teens appears in media nationally

MSN Health and Fitness, Businessweek and 20 health publications feature a study on the use of personal music players by teens by Abbey Berg, a professor in the biologyand health sciences department at Pace.   Personal music players may pose a major risk to hearing if they’re played too loudly or for too long, the study shows. The 24-year […]

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Publishing Magnate and Trustee David Pecker Speaks to The Wall Street Journal on his Nearly $800,000 Gift to Pace

Publishing Magnate and Trustee David Pecker Speaks to The Wall Street Journal on his Nearly $800,000 Gift to Pace

The donation will be used primarily to fund a visiting professorship in publishing as well as endow a scholarship fund for students in publishing.

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