New York Times ArtsBeat blog: “Pace Arts Center’s Upcoming Season Will Feature New Opera Series”

The Schimmel Center for the Arts at Pace University in lower Manhattan will feature a new opera recital series starting this fall, the center said as it released its schedule of events for the upcoming season.

The Schimmel Center for the Arts at Pace University in lower Manhattan will feature a new opera recital series starting this fall, the center said as it released its schedule of events for the upcoming season.

Read about it on the New York Times ArtsBeat blog.

 

 

Journal News, Examiner, Westchester County Business Journal and Mid-Hudson News: Planners OK $100M Pace Expansion

The Master Plan for Pace’s Pleasantville campus recently received site plan approval from the Town of Mt. Pleasant Planning Board.

The Master Plan for Pace’s Pleasantville campus recently received site plan approval from the Town of Mt. Pleasant Planning Board. Work is set to begin in August.

The first phase of the plan includes relocating and expanding the environmental center, two new residence halls, new and improved athletic fields and facilities, and expanding the dining hall and student center.

Read the recent news coverage of the site plan approval in The Journal News, the Westchester County Business Journal, Mid-Hudson News, The Examiner, Construction News, and The Gazette.

NYDailyNews.com: “What Employers Really Think About Your Online Bachelor’s Degree”

When Erik Schnackenberg, 27, decided to get his bachelor’s degree at Pace University several years ago, he was confident about his decision to take courses entirely online.

When Erik Schnackenberg, 27, decided to get his bachelor’s degree at Pace University several years ago, he was confident about his decision to take courses entirely online.

If anything was going to get in the way of his job prospects, he figured it would be the lack of a master’s degree — not his choice to pursue distance education.

“I’ve interviewed several places and no one has asked me if I’m going on-campus for classes,” says Schnackenberg, a train conductor instructor and full-time student. “I think they care more about my major and my GPA.”

Read the article on NYDailyNews.com.

amNewYork: “LGBT New Yorkers elated over Supreme Court DOMA ruling”

. . . “This gives us that extra legitimacy we need,” said Kelly Herbert, who heads the Pace University LGBTQA & Social Justice Center. “It’s hard to sign up for a wedding if you’re not sure how it will work.”

 

. . . “This gives us that extra legitimacy we need,” said Kelly Herbert, who heads the Pace University LGBTQA & Social Justice Center. “It’s hard to sign up for a wedding if you’re not sure how it will work.”

Read the article in amNewYork.

Business Insider: “The 25 Most Underrated Colleges In America”

#5 Pace University – Pace began in 1906 as a school for accountancy and business, but today it’s much more varied with schools focusing on health professions, education, computer science, and general arts and sciences. Pace has campuses in both New York City and Westchester, providing students with access to great internships and opportunities in the city.

 #5 Pace University  –  Pace began in 1906 as a school for accountancy and business, but today it’s much more varied with schools focusing on health professions, education, computer science, and general arts and sciences. Pace has campuses in both New York City and Westchester, providing students with access to great internships and opportunities in the city.
Read the article by Business Insider.

New York Times Music Review: “A Marathon Meant for the Ears, Not the Feet”

Bang on a Can Marathon, a daylong new-music festival in Lower Manhattan, this time at the Schimmel Center for the Arts at Pace University, included performances by Shara Worden, center, with Ashley Bathgate on cello.

Bang on a Can Marathon, a daylong new-music festival in Lower Manhattan, this time at the Schimmel Center for the Arts at Pace University, included performances by Shara Worden, center, with Ashley Bathgate on cello.

Read the New York Times Music Review.

U.S.News & World Report: “Best Online Bachelor’s Programs”

Pace University ranked #1 by U.S.News & World Report on the list of the best online bachelor’s degree programs, based on factors such as graduation rates, indebtedness of new graduates, and academic and career support services offered to students.

Pace University ranked #1 by U.S.News & World Report on the list of the best online bachelor’s degree programs, based on factors such as graduation rates, indebtedness of new graduates, and academic and career support services offered to students.

Read the article in New York Daily News.

Westchester County Business Journal: “Green redevelopment focus of Pace forum”

The latest trends in sustainable development and financing of major construction projects will be topics of a June conference sponsored by Pace University and the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Westchester/Fairfield.

The latest trends in sustainable development and financing of major construction projects will be topics of a June conference sponsored by Pace University and the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Westchester/Fairfield.

Read the article in Westchester County Business Journal.

Downtown Alliance: “Q&A with Stephen J. Friedman, President of Pace University”

“Pace has increased enrollment, built a stronger financial foundation, and opened a new Performing Arts Center,” said Stephen J. Friedman, President of Pace University. “A new residence hall will open at 182 Broadway in the fall and another at 33 Beekman will open in fall 2015. We are seeing more and more young people from across the country reaching for the kind of education we offer.”

“Pace has increased enrollment, built a stronger financial foundation, and opened a new Performing Arts Center,” said Stephen J. Friedman, President of Pace University.  “A new residence hall will open at 182 Broadway in the fall and another at 33 Beekman will open in fall 2015. We are seeing more and more young people from across the country reaching for the kind of education we offer.”

Read the Q&A on the Downtown Alliance blog.