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Content posted here has been selected and deposited by the individual campus groups. For more information, see About the Repository.
- Academic, Policy and Research Centers
- This site hopes to provide a central place where various academic and research centers as well as various policy formulating bodies can be found to make it easier for members of the university community to find the various support mechanisms that can further their own individual work as faculty and staff of Pace University.
- Academic Excellence & Leadership Development
- Global Asia Journal
- Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship
- Dyson College of Arts & Sciences
- Dyson offers an extraordinary opportunity for learning in the liberal arts (art, humanities, social sciences, mathematics, or natural sciences). We offer more than 40 major programs, all characterized by small classes and personal attention from a creative, dynamic faculty. At Dyson, we are dedicated to giving you a challenging, meaningful liberal arts education that leads to full lives and rewarding careers.
- Dyson College- Seidenberg School of CSIS : Collaborative Projects and Presentations
- Master in Management for Public Safety and Homeland Security Professionals Master's Projects
- Master in Public Administration Theses
- Master of Science in Publishing
- English Language Institute - Pace University
- The English Language Institute (ELI) at Pace University offers students, visitors, and immigrants the opportunity to improve their English skills for academic study, career advancement, or personal enrichment through a variety of intensive programs. The ELI instructors are experienced, dedicated to their students, and have master’s degrees. As an ELI student at Pace, you will have access to all University facilities, including libraries, computer labs, cafeterias, sports centers, medical and counseling services, and the International Students Office.
- English Language Institute Faculty Presentations
- Eugene M. Lang Research Fellowships - Pace University
- Student-Faculty Research Projects
- Ivan G. Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
- The Ivan G. Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems aspires to innovative leadership in preparing men and women for meaningful work, lifelong learning and responsible participation in a new and dynamic information age.
- Community Action Forum: Seidenberg School
- CSIS Technical Reports
- Faculty Papers
- Lienhard School of Nursing
- The Lienhard School of Nursing is unique for two very important reasons. The first is our commitment to leadership. We are dedicated to innovation and excellence, and that means you get the finest education possible. You learn through the experience and expertise of the very best, and by exposure to cutting edge theory, technique and technology. The second reason for choosing Pace is the university-wide commitment to opportunity. That means you are afforded every chance to learn, to practice, to experience and to succeed.
- Lubin School of Business
- Pace University's Lubin School of Business provides a unique balance between theory and practice in preparing students for success in a global business environment.
- Case Studies
- Faculty Working Papers
- Pace ePortfolios
- General ePortfolio:
The ePortfolio is an online collection of work designed for an audience. All students, faculty and staff at Pace University have accounts where they may post files, images, videos and other content types. ePortfolio enables students to enrich their learning experiences, prepare for their field of work, and sharpen their technological skills. The pages of an ePortfolio may be shared with peers, professors, friends, family, and potential employers through customized settings controlled by the user. An ePortfolio is a work in progress that can expand and improve throughout the college journey and beyond. For more information on Pace’s ePortfolio program, visit the Academic Technology website
- ePortfolio Showcase
- Pace University Library System
- As an organizational model and unifying concept, the Pace University Library System consists of geographically dispersed campus-based operations in Lower Manhattan and Westchester County, which are functionally interdependent and centrally administered through the Office of the University Librarian. It also comprises innovative initiatives exploring new forms of services such as collaborative learning spaces and experiments in the use of academic and learning commons.
- Digital Commons Information
- Excellence in Research Awards
- Library Staff Publications
- University Archives
- University Library Newsletter
- Pforzheimer Honors College
- The Pforzheimer Honors College is a highly esteemed opportunity at Pace - a community of talented undergraduate scholars studying under the distinguished faculty of a great university. The Honors College is open to all majors within the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Lubin School of Business, the School of Education, Lienhard School of Nursing and the School of Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS), and offers entering freshmen the eligibility to complete any undergraduate major offered by Pace University. The Honors College is a place to excel throughout your four years. It is a place where you can realize your greatest potential.
- Honors College Class Research Papers
- Honors College Theses
- Honors Independent Research Papers
- School of Education
- Pace University's School of Education was founded on the belief that educators serve a crucial role in society and that they affect the lives of students in countless and immeasurable ways. Our programs in teacher preparation and educational leadership reflect this belief by combining theory with practice so that our graduates are well prepared to serve students in the classroom.
- School of Law
- Pace Law School is committed to providing its students with the knowledge and values necessary to be effective and ethical lawyers as well as community leaders. We are nationally recognized for the excellence of our Environmental Law Program as well as our clinical programs. Our public interest law program includes public service opportunities in our externship and clinical programs, and defines our commitment to a professional ethic of service to others. Our superb faculty teaches core law school courses emphasizing theory and analysis through the Socratic method and experiential teaching through clinics, simulation courses and externships.
- Dissertations & Theses
- Pace Environmental Law Review
- Pace Environmental Law Review Online Companion
- Pace International Law Review
- Pace International Law Review Online Companion
- Pace I.P., Sports & Entertainment Law Forum
- Pace Law Faculty Publications
- Pace Law Review
- Pace Law School Student Publications
- The Thinkfinity Center for Innovative Teaching, Technology and Research
The goal of this initiative is to address technology fluency and to generate interest in information technology through educational outreach to the diverse populations within the communities surrounding Pace University using the Verizon Foundation's Thinkfinity.org platform.
Pace University is committed to lifelong teaching and learning, which demands a study of pedagogy that links the insights of theory and practice to concerns for basic and best practices, as well as service.
The University will partner with the Verizon Foundation's Thinkfinity.org to build on the strong civic engagement foundation and extend the understanding and use of technology to a broader and more diverse community base. Pace embraces the Thinkfinity focus on standards of education and on promoting development of 21st century skills.
- Cornerstone 1 Reports : Expansion and Enhancements of the Thinkfinity Platform
- Cornerstone 2 Reports : Community Outreach and Empowerment Through Service Learning and Volunteerism
- Cornerstone 3 Reports : Interdisciplinary Informatics
- Differentiated Lesson Plans
- Undergraduate Student-Faculty Research Program
Interim Provost Feldman conceived an initiative for the 2011-2012 year: a pilot program pairing undergraduate students with a faculty member in their chosen discipline to carry out a research project. This program was coordinated by the Division for Student Success and was fully supported by President Friedman. It was designed to enrich students’ academic experiences and challenge them to strengthen their critical, analytic, and writing skills. At the same time, it dovetailed with Pace’s Strategic Plan, which calls for increased opportunities for undergraduates to undertake research and scholarship with faculty as a means of promoting retention, academic excellence, and satisfaction.
- Student-Faculty Research Projects
- University Administration
- State of the University Addresses
- University Centennial Documents
- University Gallery
- Pace University Founders and Family
- Pace University Gallery
- Women at Pace
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