Lienhard School of Nursing Addresses Nursing Shortage with New Program in NYC

Highly motivated, self-directed adults who have already earned a bachelor’s degree and are considering a new career in nursing can apply to Pace University’s Lienhard School of Nursing for the Combined Degree Program (CDP) now offered at its lower Manhattan campus. Students who have successfully completed the prerequisites can become registered nurses in one year (12 months) after completing the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) portion (50 credits) of full-time study. The Master of Science (MS) can be completed in four semesters. Current master’s specialties include: Family, Psychiatric and Women’s Health Care Nurse Practitioner, Case Management and Nursing Informatics. (A part-time program is also available).

Pace University’s Lienhard School of Nursing expands
BSN/MS Combined Degree Program to Manhattan Campus

For the non-nursing college graduates who wish to become registered nurses

NEW YORK — Highly motivated, self-directed adults who have already earned a bachelor’s degree and are considering a new career in nursing can apply to Pace University’s Lienhard School of Nursing for the Combined Degree Program (CDP) now offered at its lower Manhattan campus. Students who have successfully completed the prerequisites can become registered nurses in one year (12 months) after completing the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) portion (50 credits) of full-time study. The Master of Science (MS) can be completed in four semesters. Current master’s specialties include: Family, Psychiatric and Women’s Health Care Nurse Practitioner, Case Management and Nursing Informatics. (A part-time program is also available).

In response to the growing need for qualified nurses, The Lienhard School of Nursing designed this rigorous demanding program to provide the second-degree student with entry level and advanced professional nursing education in an accelerated format. The CDP requires a heavy credit load, along with clinical courses and hours. Affiliations with more than 200 health-care agencies throughout the tri-state New York metropolitan area provide students with numerous opportunities for clinical experiences.

The bachelor’s (BSN) section of the CDP is offered in one-year (three semesters) cycles that begin annually in January at the Pleasantville campus and in September at the New York City campus. For 2002 only, a class is being offered in Pleasantville starting in June. Applications are currently being accepted for this summer in Pleasantville and this fall in New York City. For more information contact: (914) 773-3552 or email nursing@pace.edu.

The Lienhard School of Nursing at Pace University offers a number of degree programs including the 4-year BS program; the baccalaureate completion program for RNs; an accelerated RN/BS/MS for RN’s; combined degree BSN/MS program for non-nursing college graduates; master’s programs in family nurse practitioner, psychiatric nurse practitioner, women’s health care nurse practitioner, and nursing informatics; and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study option in most specialties. The LSN also has three centers of excellence: The Center for Nursing Research, Clinical Practice and International Affairs, the Center for Continuing Education in Nursing and Health Care, and the Learning Resource Center, that enrich the educational experience and support student learning.

The Lienhard School of Nursing Awarded $750,000+ Federal Grant for Primary Health Care Program

ace University’s the Lienhard School of Nursing was awarded $750,000+ from the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Division of Nursing for the outreach project, Primary Health Care for Urban Underserved and At-Risk.

Pleasantville, N. Y. — Pace University’s the Lienhard School of Nursing was awarded $750,000+ from the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Division of Nursing for the outreach project, Primary Health Care for Urban Underserved and At-Risk. This funding will provide additional ongoing care for underserved populations and other high-risk groups, such as the elderly, individuals with HIV-AIDS, substance abusers, the homeless, and victims of domestic violence through placing health care providers at community sites throughout the New York area and Westchester County.
“The presence of health care providers at community sites increases the proportion of persons who have a specific source of ongoing health care, and will hopefully help increase the number of nursing graduates that will practice in these underserved areas as a result of clinical experiences as students,” said Dr. Lillie M. Shortridge-Baggett project director, professor and director of international affairs at the Center for Nursing Research, Clinical Practice, and International Affairs.
This 3-year funding will facilitate efforts already in place with several community partners through Pace University’s Primary Health Care Associates (PHCA). The PHCA at the Lienhard School of Nursing was established in 1997 through the School’s Center for Nursing Research, Clinical Practice, and International Affairs. PHCA provides a wide range of primary health care services in a variety of settings through contract agreements with community agencies/clients. The PHCA is staffed with advanced practice nurses, registered nurses with specialized certification, and undergraduate and graduate students who are hired as clinical practice interns.
“Through these partnerships primary care services are available to the community without the need to physically set up additional expensive clinics. It also creates a venue for faculty practice and student clinical experience,” said Jamestta A. Newland, program director and director of clinical practice at LSN.
PHCA provides a wide range of services, including: primary care visits (e.g., annual physicals, acute and chronic illness care, and immunizations), consultation and referral, health case management, health education, summer camp coverage, a Personal Health Management Program (nutrition, physical fitness, and stress management), and training (e.g., first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation). Every effort is made to also accommodate special needs.
PHCA practice sites are established at the Henry Street Settlement and WE CAN, a bottle and can redemption center for the poor and homeless, in Manhattan. Other agencies include Pathways for Youth, an after school program in the Bronx; Yonkers Spectrum School Health Program, nurse-managed school-based clinics in Yonkers and Greystone Child Care, a pre-kindergarten day care center, also in Yonkers; and St. Christopher-Ottilie Foster Care Adoption Agency in Queens. Other Westchester partners are Ossining Open Door, Hudson River HealthCare in Peekskill, and the Westchester County Department of Health and Department of Social Services. The Bergen County Department of Health Services is a New Jersey partner.

Pace Provost Inducted into Nursing Hall of Fame

Marilyn Jaffe-Ruiz, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs for Pace University, will be inducted into the Columbia University, Teachers College Nursing Hall of Fame Thursday, October 4. Dr. Jaffe-Ruiz is being recognized for her outstanding contributions to nursing and higher education. The ceremony will take place at Alger House, 45 Dowling Street. The reception will be held from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm and the dinner will follow. The Nursing Education Alumni Association sponsors the induction.

Marilyn Jaffe-Ruiz, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs for Pace University, will be inducted into the Columbia University, Teachers College Nursing Hall of Fame Thursday, October 4. Dr. Jaffe-Ruiz is being recognized for her outstanding contributions to nursing and higher education. The ceremony will take place at Alger House, 45 Dowling Street. The reception will be held from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm and the dinner will follow. The Nursing Education Alumni Association sponsors the induction.

Among the many of Dr. Jaffe-Ruiz’s accomplishments cited are: using nursing education, preparation and experience to inform her practice as Chief Academic Officer of Pace University; advancing health, wellness and social support to students as part of academic mission; being co-investigator of the primary health care needs assessment conducted in the early 1980s at Pace; supporting fully the establishment of the nationally recognized nurse-managed health care services for the entire Pace community; serving as an advocate for persons with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities and for those with diverse backgrounds; and for serving as a spokesperson for the nursing.

Lienhard School of Nursing Researcher Awarded $178,000 by NINR

Pace University’s Lienhard School of Nursing’s Professor Edilma Yearwood was the recent recipient of two years of funding, in the amount of $178,000, given by the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) under the Research Supplements for Underrepresented Minorities Program. Her research will focus on the cultural meaning of parent-child negotiation and communication behaviors.

Contact: Mary E. Horgan
(914) 923-2798
mhorgan@pace.edu

Pleasantville, N. Y. — Pace University’s Lienhard School of Nursing’s Professor Edilma Yearwood was the recent recipient of two years of funding, in the amount of $178,000, given by the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) under the Research Supplements for Underrepresented Minorities Program. Her research will focus on the cultural meaning of parent-child negotiation and communication behaviors.

This research is a supplement to a five-year grant that was received by Dr. Sandee McClowry, an Associate Professor of Nursing in the School of Education at New York University. Dr. McClowry is conducting a school-based intervention program for inner-city children in Harlem, which focuses on temperament, the unique, innate individual characteristics that influence how we get along with others and react to daily situations.
In her research, Dr. Yearwood will conduct focus groups and individual interviews of children, parents, and teachers who complete Dr. McClowry’s intervention. The children are all first- and second-graders, primarily minority, and at risk for behavioral difficulties.

“Knowledge about the nature of the communication and negotiation behaviors of these children and the significant adults in their environment will be used to make modifications, if necessary, in the language of the INSIGHTS intervention,” said Dr. Yearwood. “Understanding the cultural implications of these communication behaviors may also guide future interventions designed for teachers, parents, and providers who want to improve interpersonal relationships of at-risk children and prevent serious behavioral episodes in this population.”

A child and adolescent clinical specialist in psychiatric-mental health nursing, Dr. Yearwood has been working with and advocating for children for over 20 years. She is an Assistant Professor of Nursing in the Lienhard School of Nursing at Pace University in Pleasantville, New York. Her research interest is in the health and mental health of immigrant Caribbean children and families. She has done research on child rearing practices of immigrant Jamaicans and child health care beliefs and practices of immigrant Caribbeans. She is also currently looking at the experiences of nurses who deliver health care services to immigrant Caribbean children.
Dr. Yearwood received her B.S.N. from the University of Connecticut, her M.A. in Nursing from New York University and her Ph.D. in Nursing from Adelphi University.

The Lienhard School of Nursing at Pace University offers a number of degree programs including the 4-year BS program; the baccalaureate completion program for RNs; an accelerated RN/BS/MS for RN’s; combined degree BSN/MS program for non-nursing college graduates; master’s programs in case management, family nurse practitioner, psychiatric nurse practitioner, and nursing informatics; and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study option in each specialty. The LSN also has three centers: The Center for Nursing Research, Clinical Practice and International Affairs, the Center for Continuing Education in Nursing and Health Care, and the Learning Resource Center, that enrich the educational experience and support student learning.

Lienhard School of Nursing to Deliver Online Courses to Brazilian Nurses

Pace University’s Lienhard School of Nursing (LSN) will be helping Brazilian nurses develop their home health care expertise through distance education. The Lienhard Center for Continuing Education recently teamed up with a Brazilian home health care provider, SAVE Enterprises, to deliver the online continuing education courses.

Contact: Mary E. Horgan
(914) 923-2798
mhorgan@pace.edu

Pleasantville, N. Y. – Pace University’s Lienhard School of Nursing (LSN) will be helping Brazilian nurses develop their home health care expertise through distance education. The Lienhard Center for Continuing Education recently teamed up with a Brazilian home health care provider, SAVE Enterprises, to deliver the online continuing education courses.

“New health care regulations in Brazil are driving sicker and sicker patients from the hospital to the home,” said Judy Vallarelli, director of the Lienhard Center for Continuing Education.

SAVE Enterprises, a Sao Paulo, Brazil-based forerunner in home health care, will offer the online courses that will be translated and delivered in Portuguese to their employees and market the courses to hospitals and other providers within the Sao Paulo Nursing Council. SAVE and Lienhard joined forces through Pace’s Center for International Business Development housed in the Lubin School of Business.

“From the start our intention was only to improve our professional team, but in view of the demand for qualified nursing professionals for the Brazilian market, we resolved to enter into an agreement with Pace University’s Lienhard School of Nursing to bring these relevant courses to Brazil,” said Dr. Helen Vervloet, president of SAVE.

The courses will be offered in three modules, Basic Home Health Care, Advanced Home Health Care and Pediatric Home Health Care. Nurses can register and attend classes online.

“In Brazil, nurses don’t have too much free time to go back to school, but they can turn to the Internet and get up to date in nursing issues. Long-distance courses are very important now, and I think here in Brazil it will be a way to reach professionals who want to keep learning,” said Maria Antonia de Andrade Dias, RN, vice president of the Brazilian Nursing Management Society and secretary of the Sao Paulo Nursing Council.

The Lienhard School of Nursing at Pace University offers a number of degree programs including the 4-year BS program; the baccalaureate completion program for RNs; an accelerated RN/BS/MS for RN’s; combined degree BSN/MS program for non-nursing college graduates; master’s programs in case management, family nurse practitioner, psychiatric nurse practitioner, and nursing informatics; and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study option in each specialty. The LSN also has three centers: The Center for Nursing Research, Clinical Practice and International Affairs, the Center for Continuing Education in Nursing and Health Care, and the Learning Resource Center, that enrich the educational experience and support student learning.

Lienhard School of Nursing Designated First U. S. Cooperating Site of the International Institute of Qualitative Methodology

Pace University’s Lienhard School of Nursing has been designated first U.S. cooperating site of the International Institute of Qualitative Methodology. Janice M. Morse, director of the international institute, made the announcement at Lienhard’s Center for Nursing Research, Clinical Practice and International Affairs in October.

Contact: Public Affairs
(914) 923-2798
News@Pace.Edu

PLEASANTVILLE, N. Y. — Pace University’s Lienhard School of Nursing has been designated first U.S. cooperating site of the International Institute of Qualitative Methodology. Janice M. Morse, director of the international institute, made the announcement at Lienhard’s Center for Nursing Research, Clinical Practice and International Affairs in October.

“Lienhard’s participation with this growing international institution directly supports and helps to further the nursing school’s strategic agenda of innovation and excellence in research and practice of primary health care,” said Joanne Singleton of the graduate nursing program, who will coordinate Pace’s activities as a cooperating site.

The International Institute of Qualitative Methodology, which has 38 cooperating sites, including the main site in Edmonton, Canada and locations in Australia, Brazil, Israel, Korea and the Netherlands, is devoted to furthering the development of qualitative research.

Whereas quantitative research is a process for investigating variables that have been studied previously and can be measured, qualitative research describes life experiences and seeks to understand the meaning of the experiences for the person. Both methods are systematic, but quantitative research is formal and objective. Qualitative research is interactive and subjective. The nature of the problem being studied determines the method to be used. The LSN has several nurse researchers expert in these methodologies.

“The main benefit to LSN is the linkages with international qualitative researchers all over the world. The activities of the Institute enhances learning, conduct of research, interdisciplinary collaboration and strengthening of research methodologies,” said Lillie Shortridge-Baggett, director of the Center for Research, Clinical Practice and International Affairs.

The Lienhard School of Nursing at Pace University offers a number of degree programs including the 4-year BS program; the baccalaureate completion program for RNs; an accelerated RN/BS/MS for RN’s; combined degree BSN/MS program for non-nursing college graduates; master’s programs in case management, family nurse practitioner, psychiatric nurse practitioner, and nursing informatics; and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study option in each specialty. The LSN also has three centers: The Center for Nursing Research, Clinical Practice and International Affairs, the Center for Continuing Education in Nursing and Health Care, and the Learning Resource Center, that enrich the educational experience and support student learning.

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.

Collaborative Nursing Informatics: Nursing and Computer-Information Systems Meet at Pace University, Spring 2001

Pace University is introducing a Nursing Informatics Masters Program that combines the primary health care expertise of the Lienhard School of Nursing (LSN) with the technological expertise of the School of Computer Sciences and Information Systems (CSIS). According to LSN Dean Harriet R. Feldman, “This innovative program is unique in combining the expertise of two disciplines to better address the health management needs of individuals and groups through the effective use of data.”

Contact: Public Affairs
(914) 923-2798
News@Pace.Edu
NEW YORK — Pace University is introducing a Nursing Informatics Masters Program that combines the primary health care expertise of the Lienhard School of Nursing (LSN) with the technological expertise of the School of Computer Sciences and Information Systems (CSIS). According to LSN Dean Harriet R. Feldman, “This innovative program is unique in combining the expertise of two disciplines to better address the health management needs of individuals and groups through the effective use of data.”

The collaborative Nursing Informatics program is designed to provide RNs, who have their bachelors’ degrees, with a curriculum that facilitates the learning and application of Nursing Informatics concepts. Nursing Informatics integrates nursing science, computer science, and information science for the purposes of identifying, collecting, processing, and managing data and information to support nursing practice, administration, education and research.

“The Nursing Informatics program grew out of a needs assessment survey, in which prospective graduate students expressed a strong desire for furthering their education in the field of informatics but focused on nursing,” said Karen Anderson Keith, chairperson of the department of graduate studies at the LSN.

The 36-credit masters program will combine graduate nursing core courses in primary health care at Lienhard with information systems core courses at CSIS, as well as two new Nursing Informatics courses. Nurses participating in the program will gain field experience while training in a variety of community-based systems, including acute care, home-care and public health agencies. A 24 credit Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Nursing Informatics is also available.

For more information please email nursing@pace.edu or call (914) 773-3552.

The Lienhard School of Nursing at Pace University offers a number of degree programs including the baccalaureate completion program for RNs; an accelerated RN/BS/MS program for RN’s; combined degree BSN/MS program for non-nursing college graduates; the 4-year BS program; master’s programs in case management, family nurse practitioner, psychiatric nurse practitioner; nursing informatics; and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study option in each specialty. The LSN also has three centers: The Center for Nursing Research, Clinical Practice and International Affairs, the Center for Continuing Education in Nursing and Health Care, and the Learning Resource Center.
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.

Sandra B. Lewenson, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for the Lienhard School of Nursing, Named American Academy of Nursing Fellow

Sandra B. Lewenson, Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for the Lienhard School of Nursing at Pace University, was formally inducted into the American Academy of Nursing on Saturday, November 4, 2000 during the Academy’s 27th annual meeting and conference in San Diego, California.

Contact: Public Affairs
(914) 923-2798
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PLEASANTVILLE, NY – Sandra B. Lewenson, Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for the Lienhard School of Nursing at Pace University, was formally inducted into the American Academy of Nursing on Saturday, November 4, 2000 during the Academy’s 27th annual meeting and conference in San Diego, California.

Lewenson was nominated for her outstanding contributions to nursing and her exceptional nursing leadership. She is the author of several books, articles and videos about nursing’s political involvement and activism. Lewenson’s research has focused on nursing’s involvement in the women’s suffrage movement at the beginning of the century and has provided the basis for her work on exploring how nursing is valued in society. Lewenson is noted for coining the term: “nursism,” which she defines as the prejudice toward the caring role.

In 1995, her book, Taking Charge: Nursing, Suffrage, and Feminism 1873-1920, won the prestigious American Association for the History of Nursing Lavinia Dock Award for Historical Scholarship and Research in Nursing. She co-authored her most current book, Nurses in the Political Arena – The Public Face of Nursing, with Dean Harriet R. Feldman, also of the Lienhard School of Nursing.

Prior to her appointment at the Lienhard School of Nursing at Pace University, she served as the Director of Accreditation at the National League for Nursing. Lewenson received her EdD and MEd degrees from Teachers College, Columbia University and her MS degree from Mercy College and her BS from Hunter College – Bellevue School of Nursing.

The American Academy of Nursing was established in 1973 to provide visionary leadership to the nursing profession and the public shaping future health care policy and practice that optimized the well being of the American people through the synthesis of scientific and philosophical knowledge as the basis for effective health care policy and practice.

The Lienhard School of Nursing at Pace University offers a number of degree programs including the 4-year BS program; the baccalaureate completion program for RNs; an accelerated RN/BS/MS for RN’s; combined degree BSN/MS program for non-nursing college graduates; master’s programs in case management, family nurse practitioner, psychiatric nurse practitioner, and nursing informatics; and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study option in each specialty. The LSN also has three centers: The Center for Nursing Research, Clinical Practice and International Affairs, the Center for Continuing Education in Nursing and Health Care, and the Learning Resource Center, that enrich the educational experience and support student learning.

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 Sciences and Information Systems, School of Education, School of Law, Lienhard School of Nursing and the World Trade Institute

U. S. Department of Health and Human Services Awards Lienhard School of Nursing $655,172 to Support RN/BS Program

As the role of nursing evolves in today’s health care environment, there is an ever growing national need for registered nurses prepared at the baccalaureate level who are able to think critically, communicate effectively, problem-solve creatively and manage others. The U. S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded Pace University’s Lienhard School of Nursing (LSN) $655,172 to expand the baccalaureate completion program for registered nurses (RN/BS).

Contact: Public Affairs
(914) 923-2798
News@Pace.Edu

NEW YORK – As the role of nursing evolves in today’s health care environment, there is an ever growing national need for registered nurses prepared at the baccalaureate level who are able to think critically, communicate effectively, problem-solve creatively and manage others. The U. S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded Pace University’s Lienhard School of Nursing (LSN) $655,172 to expand the baccalaureate completion program for registered nurses (RN/BS).

“Today we are facing two nursing shortages,” said David Ekstrom, assistant professor at Lienhard, and program director for the grant, “one is an overall shortage of available nurses and the other, as things evolve, those nurses who are prepared at baccalaureate level, nurses who can function in more complex situations.”

The LSN RN/BS Program offers advanced training to prepare RNs to deal with new technology and radical changes in the health care system with a focus on health assessment, critical thinking, community health, care management, and communication. The RN/BS program builds upon a core of liberal arts and sciences and the students’ previous educational and clinical background.

“Many hospitals and health care agencies are requiring that nurses go back to school to keep their jobs, and promotions are also tied to educational advancement,” said Susan Gordon, Lienhard professor and project director. “The grant supports the development of the RN to BS program in such a way as to facilitate earning the degree as well as incorporating in the degree current health care approaches.”

The LSN RN/BS Program recognizes the needs of a group of professionals that may have been out of school and working for a long time, by providing a way to meet degree requirements through an individualized approach. Unique features of the program include alternative scheduling such as one full day of courses and/or evening classes, career portfolio development and a 9-12 credit clinical experience and concentration in the RN’s area of interest. Distance learning courses are also being planned.

For more information on the RN/BS program contact the Lienhard School of Nursing via email at nursing@pace.edu or call (914) 773-3552.

The Lienhard School of Nursing at Pace University offers a number of degree programs including the 4-year BS program; the baccalaureate completion program for RNs; an accelerated RN/BS/MS for RNs; combined degree BSN/MS program for non-nursing college graduates; master’s programs in case management, family nurse practitioner, psychiatric nurse practitioner, and nursing informatics; and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study option in each specialty. The LSN also has three centers: The Center for Nursing Research, Clinical Practice and International Affairs, the Center for Continuing Education in Nursing and Health Care, and the Learning Resource Center, that enrich the educational experience and support student learning.

Pace University Lienhard School of Nursing Receives $150,000 Gift

Pace University Lienhard School of Nursing was recently
awarded a $150,000 gift from the Hugoton Foundation to continue support for
the Joan M. Stout, RN Visiting Scholar in Primary Care Research project. The
money will be used to support Lienhard faculty’s clinical research with the
guidance of scholars who are experts in primary care research. A previous
Hugoton visiting scholar grant has supported faculty scholarship and been
instrumental in moving the Lienhard School of Nursing to a much stronger
position to launch its own planned doctoral program.

Contact:Public Affairs
(212) 346-1696
News@Pace.Edu
PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y.-Pace University Lienhard School of Nursing was recently
awarded a $150,000 gift from the Hugoton Foundation to continue support for
the Joan M. Stout, RN Visiting Scholar in Primary Care Research project. The
money will be used to support Lienhard faculty’s clinical research with the
guidance of scholars who are experts in primary care research. A previous
Hugoton visiting scholar grant has supported faculty scholarship and been
instrumental in moving the Lienhard School of Nursing to a much stronger
position to launch its own planned doctoral program.

The visiting scholar program enables several primary care nursing experts
to visit the Lienhard School of Nursing, carry out research, work with
faculty, deliver guest lectures, and conduct seminars. The visiting
scholars provide insight into the research process by conducting lectures
on their own research programs and on specific research methods and assist
Lienhard faculty in their research through individual consultation on
research methods, grant preparation, and dissemination.

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.