Leaders in Management Award Recipient Gurbaksh Chahal Profiled in Dolce Vita Magazine

Dolce Vita, a quarterly magazine which caters to luxury living and the good life, profiled Internet tycoon Gurbaksh Chahal, a 2010 Leaders in Management Award recipient, and included his namesake Pace scholarship program aimed at encouraging aspiring entrepreneurs.

Dolce Vita, a quarterly magazine which caters to luxury living and the good life, profiled Internet tycoon Gurbaksh Chahal, a 2010 Leaders in Management Award recipient, and included his namesake Pace scholarship program aimed at encouraging aspiring entrepreneurs.

Pace University Honors Chubb Vice Chairman and CFO

Pace University today announced that Michael O’Reilly (MBA 1971), Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer of The Chubb Corporation and a member of Pace University’s Board of Trustees, will be the 2007 recipient of its Leaders In Management Award to be presented Tuesday, April 24 in the Rainbow Room at 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

Pace University Honors Chubb Vice Chairman and CFO Michael O’Reilly (MBA 1971) at Annual Leaders In Management Award Dinner on April 24, 2007 in New York

Highlights include:

James Lipton, creator and host of Inside the Actors Studio and founding Dean of the Actors Studio MFA Program, now at Pace University, puts O’Reilly in the spotlight at the premiere of Inside the Donors Studio

Kick-off of the most ambitious fundraising effort in the school’s 100-year history – the $100 million It’s Time: The Centennial Campaign for Pace University

NEW YORK, NY, APRIL 20, 2007 – Pace University today announced that Michael O’Reilly (MBA 1971), Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer of The Chubb Corporation and a member of Pace University’s Board of Trustees, will be the 2007 recipient of its Leaders In Management Award to be presented Tuesday, April 24 in the Rainbow Room at 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

“Michael O’Reilly is an outstanding example of what a Pace education produces: a successful leader, innovator, problem solver and team player,” said President David A. Caputo. “Although he holds the top financial position at a leading global insurance organization with more than $50 billion in assets, he remains an active member of the Pace community as a Vice Chair of the Executive Committee and Chair of the Committee on Trustees of the Board of Trustees. We salute Michael for his service to the university, his professional business accomplishments and personal civic achievements. He is a continual inspiration to others.”

Past recipients of the prestigious Leaders In Management Award, an annual Pace tradition since 1962, include Barry M. Gosin, Newmark Knight Frank; Thomas Hays, Fortune Brands;
Herbert Henkel, Ingersoll-Rand Company; Eugene R. McGrath, Consolidated Edison; Edward D. Miller, AXA Financial Inc.; David Rockefeller, The Chase Manhattan Bank and Ivan G. Seidenberg, Verizon Communications.

At the dinner, James Lipton, an extraordinary success in his own right as the creator and host of the 12-time Emmy-nominated Bravo series, Inside the Actors Studio, which is taped at Pace’s Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts, will unveil a specially developed “Inside” effort in honor of the special evening. Inside the Donors Studio will not only document O’Reilly’s life story, but reexamine some moments in his life which shaped him as a person.

“It’s Time” campaign launch. Pace’s Leaders In Management Award dinner traditionally raises money to benefit student scholarships, but this year’s event will have an even bigger fundraising reach. It will mark the formal kick-off for It’s Time: The Centennial Campaign for Pace University, with a goal of $100 million which will help Pace reshape itself for its second century.

For more than 100 years Pace University (www.pace.edu) has been preparing students to become leaders in their fields by providing an education that combines exceptional academics with professional experience and the New York advantage. Pace has three campuses, in New York City, Westchester, and White Plains. A private metropolitan university, Pace enrolls nearly 13,500 students in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs in the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Lienhard School of Nursing, Lubin School of Business, School of Education, School of Law, and Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems.

Event/Ticket Information: Pace’s Leaders in Management Dinner Honoring Michael O’Reilly will be held Tuesday, April 24 at the Rainbow Room at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 65th Floor, in New York City beginning at 6 PM. Further details are at page.cfm?doc_id=19796

Media Relations Contact: Samuella Becker, Pace University, 212-346-1637 or 917-734-5172, sbecker2@pace.edu

Pace University Gala Honoring Barry M. Gosin, CEO Newmark Knight Frank, Tuesday, April 25

This year’s honoree is Barry M. Gosin, CEO, Newmark Knight Frank, and Member, Pace University Board of Trustees.

MEDIA ADVISORY

Contact Bill Caldwell, Office of Public Information, Pace University, 212-346-1597, wcaldwell@pace.edu

April 6, 2006

LOU DOBBS OF CNN AND ROZ ABRAMS OF WABC TO SPEAK
AT PACE UNIVERSITY GALA HONORING BARRY M. GOSIN,
CEO, NEWMARK KNIGHT FRANK, TUESDAY, APRIL 25

WHAT: Pace University’s 43RD Annual Leaders in Management Award Centennial Gala to celebrate the continuing advancement of the University, recognize the professional accomplishments and civil contributions of corporate leaders, and raise important funds to support Pace’s scholarships and its Center for Downtown New York, which is helping to revitalize lower Manhattan.

WHO: This year’s honoree is Barry M. Gosin, CEO, Newmark Knight Frank, and Member, Pace University Board of Trustees. Gosin has been a principal of Newmark Knight Frank since 1978 and he has served as CEO since 1979, directing day-to-day operations for all activities, which include corporate real estate advisory, construction and project management development. He spearheaded the firm’s U.S. growth and has been instrumental in the development of its global enterprise. Over the course of his career, he has personally facilitated several billion dollars worth of office leases. Gosin joined the Pace Board of Trustees in 2001 and currently sits on the Buildings and Grounds Committee.

Lou Dobbs is the Honored Guest Speaker for the event. Dobbs is anchor and managing editor of CNN’s Lou Dobbs Tonight. He also anchors a nationally syndicated financial news radio report, The Lou Dobbs Financial Report, and is a columnist for Money magazine and U.S. News and World Report.

Roz Abrams is the Special Master of Ceremonies for the event. Abrams co-anchors “CBS 2 News at 5 PM” and “CBS 2 News at 11 PM.” She has been a reporter and anchor for almost 30 years, most recently with WABC in New York. She received the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters from Pace in 2005.

WHEN: Tuesday, April 25. Reception at 6 pm; dinner at 7 pm.

WHERE: Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, Grand Ballroom, 301 Park Avenue, New York, NY.

For ticket information, contact Magdalena Rybicki, (212) 346-1714, mrybicki@pace.edu

Pace Names Bianco Leader in Management

The international law firm of Chadbourne & Parke LLP announced that Pace University will be honoring Aniello A. Bianco at the 2005 Leaders in Management Award Dinner on April 27 at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City.

Chadbourne & Parke LLP Media Contact: Andrew Blum, Public Relations Manager, (212) 728-4519, ablum@chadbourne.com

Pace University Media Contact: Christopher T. Cory, Executive Director of Public Information, (212) 346-1117, ccory@pace.edu

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CHADBOURNE & PARKE LLP MANAGING DIRECTOR NAMED PACE UNIVERSITY’S 2005 LEADER IN MANAGEMENT

Aniello A. Bianco to be Honored at 43rd Annual Event on April 27th

New York, NY – April 19, 2005 – The international law firm of Chadbourne & Parke LLP announced that Pace University will be honoring Aniello A. Bianco at the 2005 Leaders in Management Award Dinner on April 27 at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City.

As managing director of Chadbourne, Mr. Bianco, B.B.A. ‘61, is responsible for all non-legal services, including finance, technology, marketing, human resources and operations. He is currently the Chair of Pace University’s Board of Trustees.

His distinguished career in finance has included serving as managing director, Chief Financial Officer and a member of the board of directors of Rothschild Inc., while also serving as Executive Vice President and principal of its subsidiary, Rothschild Ventures Inc. From 1981 through 1984, Mr. Bianco was Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Polygram Corporation.

Ticket information for the dinner is available from 914-761-7111. Individual tickets are $500; sponsorships are $5,000, and patron packages are $10,000.

“High Achieving Students”

In presenting the Award, Pace University President David A. Caputo described Mr. Bianco “as a distinguished and dedicated member of the corporate community who shares his time and talent generously as Chairman of the Board of Trustees.” He noted, “Neil has provided outstanding support for the university, and we continue to move forward with our strategic plan to become one of the nation’s leading private universities. He has been instrumental with Pace attracting high achieving students who wish to improve their lives and the lives of others.”

The Leaders in Management Award, initiated in 1962 and presented annually to prominent members of the business community, celebrates the recipients’ achievements, which serve to enhance the economic, civic and cultural life of New York and the nation.

Past recipients include Herbert Henkel, Ingersoll-Rand Company; Ivan G. Seidenberg, Verizon Communications; Roger Blough, United States Steel Corporation; Edward D. Miller, AXA Financial Inc.; Thomas Hays, Fortune Brands; Eugene R. McGrath, Consolidated Edison; Thomas G. Labrecque, The Chase Manhattan Bank; William Ferguson, NYNEX Corporation; and Robert E. Allen, AT&T.

Centennial

“I am truly honored to receive this award, and look forward to strengthening and enhancing academic excellence and quality at Pace,” Mr. Bianco stated. “Pace celebrates its 100th anniversary next year. I am glad to have played a part in the University’s many initiatives over the years and am excited to see this work carry on as we move forward into the next century.”

“We at Chadbourne & Parke applaud Neil’s leadership over the years both at Pace and at Chadbourne,” said Charles K. O’Neill, managing partner of Chadbourne. “Neil has had a key role in Chadbourne’s success and we are thrilled to help honor him at this event.”

Mr. Bianco, of Riverdale and East Hampton, N.Y., was appointed to the Pace University Board of Trustees in 1969, where he has served as Chair Finance and Audit, Chair Student Services Committee, Vice Chairman and as a member of the Executive Committee. He received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Pace University’s Lubin School of Business in 1961, and an honorary Doctor of Commercial Science from Pace in 1996. He began his career at Arthur Young & Co. (presently Ernst & Young) in 1961 and became a partner there in 1971. Mr. Bianco joined Chadbourne in 1988. In addition to his other roles, he is also on the board of directors of the Council of Governing Boards.

In 1985, Mr. Bianco was awarded the Peter F. Drucker Award for outstanding business leadership and contribution to understanding and use of effective management concepts.

The Leaders in Management Awards Dinner is one of Pace’s most important fundraising events.

About Chadbourne & Parke LLP
Chadbourne & Parke LLP, an international law firm headquartered in New York City, provides a full range of legal services, including mergers and acquisitions, securities, project finance, corporate finance, energy, telecommunications, commercial and products liability litigation, securities litigation and regulatory enforcement, white collar defense, intellectual property, antitrust, domestic and international tax, reinsurance and insurance, environmental, real estate, bankruptcy and financial restructuring, employment law and ERISA, trusts and estates and government contract matters. The Firm has offices in New York, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, Houston, Moscow, Kyiv, Warsaw (through a Polish partnership), Beijing and a multinational partnership, Chadbourne & Parke, in London. For additional information, visit www.chadbourne.com.

About Pace University
Pace is a private university in the New York Metropolitan area with a growing national reputation for offering students opportunity, teaching and learning based on research, civic involvement, international perspectives and measurable outcomes. It is one of the ten founders of Project Pericles, developing education that encourages lifelong participation in democratic processes. Pace has seven campuses, including downtown and midtown New York City, Pleasantville, Briarcliff, White Plains (a graduate center and law school), and a Hudson Valley Center at Stewart International Airport near Newburgh, N.Y. Approximately 14,000 students are enrolled in undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs in the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Lubin School of Business, School of Computer Science and Information Systems, School of Education, Lienhard School of Nursing and Pace Law School. www.pace.edu

Pace University Honors Ivan Seidenberg of Bell Atlantic During Annual Leaders in Management Award Dinner

Ivan Seidenberg, chairman and CEO of Bell Atlantic Corporation, was honored by Pace University at the 38th annual Leaders in Management Award Dinner, Wednesday, May 10, 2000, in the Grand Ballroom of The Plaza Hotel in Manhattan. This year’s gala raised nearly $450,000 for student financial aid and academic programs. Seidenberg, a member of the Pace University Board of Trustees and a 1981 alumnus, was also presented with an honorary Doctor of Commercial Science degree from the University.

Posted by Public Affairs on May 10, 19100 at 16:34:37:

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NEW YORK – Ivan Seidenberg, chairman and CEO of Bell Atlantic Corporation, was honored by Pace University at the 38th annual Leaders in Management Award Dinner, Wednesday, May 10, 2000, in the Grand Ballroom of The Plaza Hotel in Manhattan. This year’s gala raised nearly $450,000 for student financial aid and academic programs. Seidenberg, a member of the Pace University Board of Trustees and a 1981 alumnus, was also presented with an honorary Doctor of Commercial Science degree from the University.

“Ivan Seidenberg has become a leader in the communications industry, and he is a man of enormous energy and talent,” said Pace University President Patricia O. Ewers. “As chief executive of Bell Atlantic and previously NYNEX, Ivan has been instrumental in reshaping the communications industry through two of the largest mergers in business history – the merger of Bell Atlantic and NYNEX in 1997 and Bell Atlantic’s pending merger with GTE.

“We also honor Ivan for his long-standing commitment to education and to connecting students and teachers to technology,” Ewers said. “For instance, he was the force behind Bell Atlantic’s decision to champion a special rate for schools and libraries to connect to the Internet.”

The Leaders in Management Award Dinner is Pace’s most prominent annual fundraising event. The dinner was initiated in 1962 by the Pace University Executive Council to highlight the corporate community’s support and encouragement of the University. The award is presented to prominent members of the business community to celebrate their personal and professional accomplishments. Particular emphasis is placed on those leaders who enhance the economic, civic and cultural life in New York and beyond.

Seidenberg’s active concern for providing electronic access to young people led to his involvement with The New York Hall of Science and the National Urban League, on whose boards he serves, as well as his work with Pace.

Seidenberg also played an important role in the $1 million grant Pace University received in 1997 from the Bell Atlantic Foundation to establish three Technology Centers for Education and Community Empowerment in the New York area. The Centers focus on upgrading the technology skills of teachers and enhancing their ability to use technology in the classroom. In addition, the grant was used to support the educational, job skills training and community service programs of the Westchester Urban League.

The Leaders in Management Award serves as a powerful symbol of excellence for Pace University students and the dinner highlights the many partnerships between Pace and the corporate community. During President Ewers’ decade of leadership at Pace University, 1990-2000, this annual dinner has raised more than $4 million.

Past recipients of the award include Edward D. Miller, AXA Financial Inc.; Thomas Hays, Fortune Brands; Eugene R. McGrath, Consolidated Edison; Thomas G. Labrecque, The Chase Manhattan Bank; William Ferguson, NYNEX Corporation; and Robert E. Allen, AT&T.

Pace is a comprehensive, independent University with campuses in New York City and Westchester County. Nearly 13,500 students are enrolled in undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs in the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Lubin School of Business, School of Computer Science and Information Systems, School of Education, School of Law, Lienhard School of Nursing and the World Trade Institute.

Pace University to Honor Edward D. Miller, CEO of Equitable Companies, During Annual Leaders in Management Award Dinner, May 12

Pace University will honor Edward D. Miller, President and CEO of the Equitable Companies and Chairman and CEO of its subsidiary, the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, at the 1999 Leaders in Management Award Dinner to be held May 12 in the Grand Ballroom of New York City’s Plaza Hotel.
Miller, a member of the Pace University Board of Trustees, will also receive an honorary Doctor of Commercial Science degree from the University during the evening.

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NEW YORK–Pace University will honor Edward D. Miller, President and CEO of the
Equitable Companies and Chairman and CEO of its subsidiary, the Equitable Life
Assurance Society of the United States, at the 1999 Leaders in Management Award
Dinner to be held May 12 in the Grand Ballroom of New York City’s Plaza Hotel.
Miller, a member of the Pace University Board of Trustees, will also receive an
honorary Doctor of Commercial Science degree from the University during the
evening.

The Leaders in Management Award is presented to prominent members of the business
community to celebrate their personal and professional accomplishments.
Particular emphasis is placed on those leaders who enhance the economic, civic
and cultural life in New York and the world. The Award serves as a powerful symbol
of excellence for Pace University students and the dinner highlights the many
partnerships between Pace and the corporate community.

Miller, a Pace alumnus (1968), is a recognized leader in consumer financial
services and technological innovation, as well as a devoted humanitarian. Miller
currently serves as chairman of the Tri-State United Way Campaign and has
volunteered in several capacities with the New York Blood Center and Phoenix
House. “Ed Miller is not only a distinguished and successful member of the
corporate community, he is a valued alumnus of Pace who shares his time and
talent generously with us as a member of the Board of Trustees,” said President
Patricia O. Ewers. Ewers continues, “Ed is the ideal model of someone who has
put a Pace education to good use to strengthen and enhance the economic, civic and
philanthropic life of the community.”

Miller possesses 35 years of finance and banking experience. As the Senior
Executive Vice President of the AXA Group, Equitable’s majority shareholder,
Miller managed the organization’s global information technology development. While
serving as Vice Chairman of Manufacturer’s Hanover Trust, Miller successfully
directed two of the largest financial services combinations in history – the
mergers of The Chase Manhattan Corporation and Chemical Bank, and of Chemical
Bank with Manufacturers Hanover Trust. He serves on the boards of The Equitable
Companies and Equitable Life Alliance Capital Management and Donaldson and Lufkin
& Jenrette, two Equitable subsidiaries.

The Leaders in Management Award Dinner is Pace’s most prominent annual fund-raising
event. The Dinner was initiated in 1962 by the Pace University Executive Council
to highlight the corporate community’s support and encouragement of the University.
Proceeds will be applied to the $55 million Campaign for Pace University.
Past recipients of the Award include Thomas Hays, Fortune Brands; Eugene R. McGrath,
Consolidated Edison; Thomas G. Labrecque, The Chase Manhattan Bank; William Ferguson,
NYNEX Corporation; and Robert E. Allen, AT&T.

Pace is a comprehensive, independent University with campuses in New York City and
Westchester County. Nearly 13,000 students are enrolled in undergraduate, graduate
and professional degree programs in the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Lubin
School of Business, School of Computer Science and Information Systems, School of
Education, School of Law, Lienhard School of Nursing and the World Trade Institute.

Pace University to Honor Thomas C. Hays, CEO of Fortune Brands, During Annual Award Dinner, June 16

Pace University will honor Thomas C. Hays, chairman and CEO
of Fortune Brands, Inc., during the University’s 36th annual Leaders in
Management Award Dinner, on June 16 at The Plaza Hotel. Hays also will
receive an honorary Doctor of Commercial Science degree from the University
that evening.

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(212) 346-1637
NEW YORK – Pace University will honor Thomas C. Hays, chairman and CEO
of Fortune Brands, Inc., during the University’s 36th annual Leaders in
Management Award Dinner, on June 16 at The Plaza Hotel. Hays also will
receive an honorary Doctor of Commercial Science degree from the University
that evening.

The Leaders in Management Award is presented to prominent members of the
business community. It celebrates personal and professional accomplishments
that strengthen and enhance the economic, civic and cultural life in New York
and the nation. In addition, the Award serves as a symbol of excellence to
Pace University students.

Fortune Brands is a consumer products company whose brands include Titleist,
Foot-Joy and Cobra golf equipment, Jim Beam spirits, Master Lock hardware,
Moen faucets and Swingline Staplers. The company has a strong commitment to
improving the quality of life in the communities within which it operates.
Fortune Brands emphasizes a diversified workplace, and provides generous support
to such organizations as the National Urban League, the National Hispanic
Scholarship Fund and the United Way.

Thomas Hays joined the Andrew Jergens Company in 1964, was elected a director in
1974, advanced to the company’s executive vice president in 1978 and became
president and CEO a year later. In 1980, Hays joined the American Tobacco
Company as vice president-marketing, which, like Jergens, was a subsidiary of
American Brands, Inc. He was elected executive vice president in 1981, president
and chief operating officer in 1985 and CEO in 1986. American Brands sold the
American Tobacco Company in 1994.

Hays was elected a director of American Brands in 1981, a vice president in 1984
and a member of the company’s executive committee in 1987. He was elected chairman
and CEO of American Brands effective on January 1, 1995, after having served as
president and COO for nearly eight years, and on January 1, 1996 he assumed the
position of chairman of the executive committee. In May 1997, American Brands
became Fortune Brands, Inc.

Hays is a member of the Ambassadors’ Roundtable, The Forum for World Affairs, The
Business Roundtable and its Corporate Governance Task Force, The Conference Board,
and The Economic Club. He also serves as a director of ACNielson, the Fairfield
County Community Foundation, Inc., and the Southwestern Area Commerce and Industry
Association.

The Leaders in Management Award Dinner was initiated in 1962 by the Pace University
Executive Council to highlight the corporate community’s support and encouragement
of the University. Proceeds are used to match the $10 million Dyson Family Challenge,
the National Endowment for the Humanities Challenge Grant and the $55-million Campaign
for Pace University.

Past recipients of the Award include Eugene R. McGrath, Consolidated Edison; Thomas G.
Lebrecque, The Chase Manhattan Bank; William Ferguson, NYNEX Corporation; Robert E.
Allen, AT&T; Maurice R. Greenberg, American International Group, Inc.; John Weinberg,
Goldman, Sachs & Co.; and the Board of Trustees of Pace University.

Pace is a comprehensive, independent University with campuses in New York City and
Westchester County. Nearly 14,000 students are enrolled in undergraduate, graduate
and professional degree programs in the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Lubin
School of Business, School of Computer Science and Information Systems, School of
Education, School of Law and Lienhard School of Nursing.

Pace Honors Eugene R. McGrath of Consolidated Edison With Leadership Award

Pace University honored Eugene R. McGrath, chairman, president and CEO of Consolidated Edison of New York, at the University’s 35th annual Leaders in Management Award Dinner on Tuesday, April 1, at The Plaza in New York City.

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NEW YORK — Pace University honored Eugene R. McGrath, chairman, president and CEO of Consolidated Edison of New York, at the University’s 35th annual Leaders in Management Award Dinner on Tuesday, April 1, at The Plaza in New York City.

In presenting the Award, Pace University President Dr. Patricia O. Ewers described Mr. McGrath “as a giant in the energy industry and a man of enormous dedication and commitment when it comes to civic responsiveness and a keen understanding of the importance to higher education in building the skilled and productive workforce of tomorrow.” At the ceremony, Mr. McGrath received an Honorary Doctor of Commercial Science degree from the University.

A native of New York, Mr. McGrath earned a mechanical engineering degree from Manhattan College, a masters of business administration degree from Iona College and completed an advanced management program at Harvard University.

The Leaders in Management Award, initiated in 1962 and presented annually to prominent members of the business community, celebrates the recipients’ achievements, which serve to enhance the economic, civic and cultural life of New York and the nation.

Past recipients of the Leaders in Management Award include: David Rockefeller, The Chase Manhattan Bank; Thomas J. Watson Jr., IBM; and Robert E. Allen, AT&T.

Also during the evening, the University recognized the contributions of the Corporate Representatives Committee, a group of alumni that serves to strengthen the University’s ties to the corporate community and fosters increased alumni participation in University events and activities.

Proceeds from the Leaders in Management Award Dinner will be used to match the $10-million Dyson Family Challenge and Pace University’s National Endowment for the Humanities Challenge Grant.