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President’s Corner

President’s Corner

We have announced master plans for both the New York City and Westchester campuses that entail a number of exciting changes that will enhance the quality of the campus experience. An integral component of those plans are changes to the University’s athletic and recreational facilities that will create a lasting impact on what athletics mean to the Pace Community.

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President’s Corner

President’s Corner

October is always an exciting month as we gear up for Homecoming celebrations on both the New York City and Pleasantville campuses. The events on both campuses promise to be fun and filled with Pace spirit.

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President’s Corner

President’s Corner

Thank you in advance to everyone involved for making the Commencement ceremonies so meaningful. This day marks a significant achievement for all of us; for the graduating students of course, but also for the faculty who guided and shaped their intellectual growth and for the staff who advised and counseled them.

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President’s Corner

President’s Corner

I am delighted to announce that beginning this week, both Provost Feldman and I will be launching new blogs. Our goal is to quickly and readily communicate with you on issues and topics that affect faculty and staff at Pace.

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President’s Corner

As another year draws to a close, I’d like to take the time to reflect on the many changes that have occurred in our community. Pace has turned an important corner in the past few years. Our core enrollment continues to rise; our talented faculty provides high-quality education to our students; we have strong, innovative academic leadership; and our administrative staff remains deeply committed to the University and our students.

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President’s Corner

Dear Colleagues,

Summer is often the time to enjoy the fruits of our labor—take a vacation, spend time with family and friends, pursue a new hobby. It’s also a time to step back, assess, and regroup.

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