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  • Pace-Sponsored Elephant Ban Heads To Governor's Desk For Approval

    Pace-Sponsored Elephant Ban Heads To Governor's Desk For Approval

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- A bill that bans the use of elephants in circuses and other forms of entertainment is headed to Governor Andrew Cuomo's office for his signature, following passage in both houses of the New York State legislature. The Elephant Protection Act originated and was lobbied for by students of the Pace University Environmental Policy Clinic in conjunction with State ...

  • Pace Law Taps Environmental Litigator As First Distinguished Professor

    Pace Law Taps Environmental Litigator As First Distinguished Professor

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- In an age of climate change, sustainability and growing environmental awareness, Pace University’s Elisabeth Haub School of Law recently welcomed one of the fields' most senior experts to its faculty.Starting in fall 2017 Katrina Fischer Kuh will join the Law School’s faculty as the first-ever Haub Distinguished Professor of Environmental Law. An accomplished ...

  • Pace People This Week: Prisons, Hate Speech And Zebra Fish

    Pace People This Week: Prisons, Hate Speech And Zebra Fish

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Here is a roundup of newsmakers and their news in brief from Pace University:Associate professor of criminal justice and security, Kimberly Collica-Cox, received the Volunteer of the Year Award from Metropolitan Correctional Center for the Parenting, Prison and Pups Program. Learn more about the program here.Assistant professor of communication studies, Adam ...

  • From Rivers To Reservoirs, Water Summit Tackles Global Crisis

    From Rivers To Reservoirs, Water Summit Tackles Global Crisis

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Water has a value greater than just for cooking, consuming and cleaning. It's the lifeblood of civilization, and unfortunately, has become more scarce than ever before.This was the picture painted by scientists and water experts at Pace University’s third Summit on Resilience, which was created to develop problem-solving strategies that address local, national and ...

  • Beyond Sunsets: Pace Filmmakers Explore Sunshine State's Unseen Side

    Beyond Sunsets: Pace Filmmakers Explore Sunshine State's Unseen Side

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Known for its white sandy beaches, crystal blue water and inviting tropical climate, Florida has seen an explosion in population in recent decades. As development booms, this influx of new residents has caused a cloud to build over the Sunshine State, one that Pace film students examine in their newest documentary, "Ridge to Ranch to River to Reef."Each ...

  • Pace Student's Flair For Fashion Lands Her Opportunity Of A Lifetime

    Pace Student's Flair For Fashion Lands Her Opportunity Of A Lifetime

    NEW YORK -- Staying current with the most recent fashion trends can sometimes seem like a full time job. However, for one Pace student, making her mark in one of the world's most fashion-forward cities isn't even her day job.BriAnna DellaSala, a senior marketing student in the Pforzheimer Honors College at Pace University, always dreamed of working in the fashion industry. “I loved ...

  • Pace People This Week: Spelling, Acting And Serving Those In Need

    Pace People This Week: Spelling, Acting And Serving Those In Need

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Here is a roundup of newsmakers and their news in brief from Pace University:Jungmok Lee, a Pace English Language Institute student from South Korea, recently won the Intercollegiate Spelling Bee (Upper Division). The winning word was "accommodate." He was also the winner of the Pace Spelling Bee Finals. Pace MFA Acting alumna, Eisa Davis, was cast ...

  • Who Let the Dogs In? Pace Professors Develop Animal Assistance Program

    Who Let the Dogs In? Pace Professors Develop Animal Assistance Program

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- At Pace University’s College of Health Professions, two legged students aren't the only ones heading to class. This April, the school launched its first-ever curriculum on service and therapy dogs.Inspired by the work of Iraq War veteran and author, Luis Carlos Montalván, Pace faculty joined forces with both Montalván and Lu Picard, co-founder of Educated Canines ...

  • Pace Professor's PBS Documentary Examines Timeless Jewish Tale

    Pace Professor's PBS Documentary Examines Timeless Jewish Tale

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- As Jewish faithful gather to celebrate traditional Passover Seders this April, many households will read a short fable of family, faith and tradition, a story passed down for centuries. The tale, known as "The Four Sons," has inspired countless spin-offs and alterations over generations. Allen Oren, a communications professor at Pace University, examines ...

  • Pace Gathers International Experts At Annual Water Summit

    Pace Gathers International Experts At Annual Water Summit

    NEW YORK -- Experts from across the globe will gather this week at Pace University's Manhattan campus to discuss the current state of water resources during the annual Pace Water Summit.Entitled "Water Cooperation and Conflict: The Local and Global Challenge,” Pace University’s third summit on the world's water situation will draw experts from the public and private sectors, ...

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