Ask the Faculty: Women’s History Month
In celebration of Women’s History Month, we asked Dyson professors, whose specialties or areas of interest include women’s history or gender identity to share their...
Spring 2022 Dyson Seminars in the Humanities and Social Sciences
View Dyson's Humanities and Social Science Seminar Spring 2022 Schedule
Force of Nature: Maddie Feaster ’21
Coast Guard veteran and Master’s of Environmental Policy student Maddie Feaster ’21 took her environmental advocacy skills from the classroom to the state capitol.
Latest Academic News ⁓ 2021-22
See all the 2020-21 Academic Year achievements and accomplishments of Dyson College's faculty and students.
Class of 2021: Spotlight
Dyson College salutes all of our proud graduates. Meet four of the newest standout alumni.
Denise Molina Capers ‘01
Attorney and first director of racial and social justice for the City of Somerville shares her story.
MCVA Professor Produces Film on Silence
Sirens from a city street. The laughter of children. A text message notification. Sound comes in many forms, is ubiquitous, and informs our experience of life.
Dr. Harold Brandford '72
Biology alumnus and one of Dyson’s first graduates to attend medical school shares his prescription for success.
Chris Jones '96, '08
From Pace to vice president of corporate communications for FanDuel Group, a premier player in the sports fantasy industry.
Criminal Justice Society: Spring 2021 (NYC)
Being a member of the Criminal Justice Society is a great way to network, learn about opportunities within the field, and enhance your resume.
5 Events to Jumpstart Your Career
Whatever your major, get inspired and expand your network at these upcoming virtual events!
Meet seven members of the Dyson College community who are playing a role in this year’s historic presidential election
MARC GIRONDA ’00
Marc Gironda ’00’ found his interest in becoming a psychologist through his love of music.
Grant Funding Expands Scientific Opportunities
A new imaging system on the Pleasantville campus provides fresh teaching, learning, and research capabilities.
My story. My Pace Path
Discover how the Pace Path has served six different students in unique ways to help them reach their professional goals. How can the Pace Path point you in the right...
Six Students' Pace Path
Learn about six students across the disciplines and their unique experiences along the Pace Path.
Liberal Arts Learning—4 Things You Can Do From Home
Check out the following 4 ways you can expand your horizons from wherever you’re practicing social distancing.
Pace Students Present
From the United Nations to the Museum of Natural History, Pace students are showcasing their talent outside of the classroom.
From social issues to challenging stigmas, here are six opportunities for you to join the conversation and learn from the experts.
‘The Play’s the Thing’ for Dyson Students and an Alumnus
Meet three Dyson students and one alumnus whose playwriting talent has been showcased on stage.
MS in Publishing
The Master of Science in Publishing program is designed to provide students with a comprehensive, fully integrated overview of the industry.
6 Events to Unleash Your Inner Artist
Whether you want to bask in the spirit of the holiday season or take a break from it all, there are several opportunities to enjoy creative expression this month.
Religious and Cultural Drivers and Responses to Political Changes in Southeast Asia
Hosted by Pace University and the New York Southeast Asia Network.
Kathleen Simmonds ’16: Producing Emmy-Nominated Success
Actress and producer Kathleen Simmonds ’16, MFA Acting, is having an Emmy-nominated moment.
Dyson Students Make Lasting Impressions in Art Gallery Exhibit
Since July 1, the Pace community and general public have been entering a time machine of sorts.
Summer Intern Spotlight
Learn about the experience of five students and their summer internships with places like the United Nations to Viacom.
Two new PhD programs and a new bachelor’s degree will provide increased options for the next generation of students and professionals.
Alumni Q&A: Gerald Olvera '18
Gerald goes from small town American kid, to dedicated Navy Helicopter Crewman, to Sgro Fellow at A&E Network
Hawaii: Living on the Edge in Paradise?
During the summer of 2018, hundreds of earthquakes shook the summit of Kīlauea, sparking the volcano’s largest eruption in 200 years.
Pace Presents: 4 Must-See Art Events
The Pace community will have the opportunity to attend four unique art events in the coming days. Here’s a closer look.
Coming Soon: 5 Thought Leaders Visiting Pace
Pace students will have the opportunity to hear from at least five unique voices before the end of the semester.
Earth Month 2019
April is a special time to show appreciation for the planet we call home. Check out these upcoming Earth Month events.
CITIZEN SCIENCE - AN OVERVIEW OF THE LATEST RESEARCH
This workshop will discuss recent research and help environmental managers develop new citizen science programs.
Combined Degree Student Spotlight: Lisbeth Parra ’19
Lisbeth Parra ’19 accelerates her academics, and gets a head start as a psychology professional.
MCVA Students Make Connections
A networking event on the Pleasantville campus brought together industry professionals and communications students.
‘Spectacular’ Students and Alumnae are Radio City Rockettes!
Four Dyson students and alumnae took time out of their busy schedules to talk about their path to Rockette stardom.
Emily DiNuzzo ’16 Writes News You Can Use
A Communications alumna talks about her path from Pace to her work at Reader’s Digest and beyond.
An Alumna’s Poetic Roots
Gloria (Cahill) Heffernan '81's love of writing was nurtured at Pace and today, she is a successful published poet.
Dyson Humanities and Social Sciences Fall 2018 Seminars
View Dyson's Humanities and Social Science Seminar Fall 2018 Schedule
MOL and LAS Alumnus Translates Market Data
Matteo Ceurvels ’13 has a love of languages and a keen eye for interpreting digital market trends in Latin America and Spain.
Psy Prof Promotes Human Rights of Children
Fulbright Scholar and Professor of Psychology Yvonne Rafferty conducted research and engaged in social policy work to promote the human rights of trafficked children.
Living, Learning and Serving Together
The Dyson Scholars in Residence Program, the first living-learning community on the PLV campus, fosters students’ commitment to each other, their faculty mentors, and...
News from Spring 2018
See all the achievements and accomplishments from Dyson College's faculty and students throughout the months of January through May 2018.
Spotlighting our Graduating Seniors
Seniors from the Class of 2018 have made Dyson College proud this past academic year. Read more about their achievements.
Featured Story: A Professor’s Research on Playful Learning Spaces
Brenna Hassinger-Das, Assistant Professor of Psychology on the New York campus, is serious about play.
English Department Writing Awards 2018
Each spring, the English Department hosts a writing competition recognizing students demonstrating writing excellence.
PsyD in School-Clinical Child Psychology
The goal of Pace University’s PsyD program in School-Clinical Child Psychology is to prepare professional psychologists as health service providers with expertise in...
MS in Forensic Science
The Forensic Science program at Pace University’s Dyson College of Arts and Sciences produces highly skilled individuals ready to enter a professional career.
Master of Public Administration
The MPA program is designed to cater to the needs of public and nonprofit entities.
MS in Mental Health Counseling
Students in the Mental Health Counseling prepares graduates to become licensed practitioners in mental health counseling.
Celebrate Women's History Month
Dyson celebrates Women's History Month. Check out the many achievements of women at Dyson College.
ENVIRO PROF AWARDED DEC GRANT
Assistant Professor and MS in Environmental Science director Matthew Aiello-Lammens and Pace University Senior Fellow John Cronin received a grant from the Department of...
Dyson Seminar in the Humanities and Social Sciences
View the spring 2018 schedule for seminars in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
Featured Story: Defending the Hudson River
Pace University Environmental Policy Clinic students Christina Thomas ’19 and Margaret (Peggy) Doyle ’19 participated in an official US Coast Guard process of governance...
Dyson News at a Glance: December 2017
See all the achievements and accomplishments from Dyson College's faculty and students throughout the month of December 2017.
Pace University School of Performing Arts presents Aristophanes’ classical comedy LYSISTRATA, running from October 27 through November 5.
Dyson News at a Glance: October 2017
See all the achievements and accomplishments from Dyson College's faculty and students throughout the month of October 2017.
Dyson Notes 2018-19
See all the 2018-19 Academic Year achievements and accomplishments of Dyson College's faculty and students.
Dyson News at a Glance: July 2017
See all the achievements and accomplishments from Dyson College's faculty and students throughout the month of July 2017.
ASDS MFA Alumni on Broadway
Actors Studio Drama School alumni recognized for “Sunset Boulevard,” “Come From Away,” and “Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812.”
Dyson News at a Glance: May 2017
See all the achievements and accomplishments from Dyson College's faculty and students throughout the month of May 2017.
Pace NYC Model UN: 2016/2017 in Review
Pace University Model United Nations students represented their university very well this year, with a strong showing in three conferences.
Vox: Literary Journal Launch Event
Vox: Arts and Literary Journal Launch Event with Guest Speaker Jess Ptak
Dyson Dialogues - April 4, 2017
Join Dean Nira Herrmann on April 4 for a conversation with Dyson College alumna Kristin Dolan.
Dyson News at a Glance: March 2017
See all the achievements and accomplishments from Dyson College's faculty and students throughout the month of March 2017.
NYC Criminal Justice Spring 2017 Events
The Criminal Justice Society, is hosting some great events this semester, which are open to all Pace students.
Jim Moninger: Night Flowers
Join us to commemorate the work and life of former Pace art professor Jim Moninger
Dyson News at a Glance: February 2017
See all the achievements and accomplishments from Dyson College's faculty and students throughout the month of February 2017.
Environmental Career Panel in NYC
Meet one-on-one with a panel of representatives from local sanctuaries, nature centers and non-profits.
Community Resilience through Green Infrastructure
Through examples and case studies, this panel will focus on how investments in green infrastructure can promote broad advances to urban resilience and sustainability....
Dyson News at a Glance: January 2017
See all the achievements and accomplishments from Dyson College's faculty and students throughout the month of January 2017.
Dyson News at a Glance: December 2016
See all the achievements and accomplishments from Dyson College's faculty and students throughout the month of December 2016.
Dyson Dialogues - November 29, 2016
Join Dean Nira Herrmann on November 29 for a talk with Dyson College alumnus Anthony D'Iorio.
Dyson News at a Glance: November 2016
See all the achievements and accomplishments from Dyson College's faculty and students throughout the month of November 2016.
The Gang's All Queer: Gay Gang Members' Identities and Experiences
This talk explores gay identity, gang membership, and criminalized activity.
Elm Hall Ribbon Cutting
Join Pace President Stephen J. Friedman and the Pace Community for the official opening celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony for Elm Hall in Pleasantville!
Attend “Environmental University,” an exciting and educational program held on the Pace University Pleasantville campus.
Dyson News at a Glance: September 2016
See all the achievements and accomplishments from Dyson College's faculty and students throughout the month of September 2016.
Master of Arts in Media and Communication Arts
In the Media and Communication Arts program, students complete internships at top media companies, gaining hands-on experience in the field.
MS in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Students in the Master of Science (MS) in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology degree program see how their innovative research impacts a wider global prospective.
Penicillin and Post-it Notes
You never know when an idea in one field will have an impact in another field. Your path may not always be linear, but it will be meaningful.
You Cannot Plan Your Whole Life
A big part of the education at Dyson College is helping students move into successful careers after their graduation from Pace.
Every Once in a While, Do Something That's Not You
Reach past what you think you want and really look at all that is out there. One person's comment could turn on a whole new way of thinking for you.
Dyson News at a Glance: July 2016
See all the achievements and accomplishments from Dyson College's faculty and students throughout the month of July 2016.
What Was Your First Day Like?
Your first day might seem a little bit daunting, but starting on day one at Pace, you'll meet supportive professors and people who will become your closest friends.
Do a Lot of What You Love
An undergraduate liberal arts education will prepare you for a career, but it also will prepare you for a personal life that is enriched by knowledge and a discovery.
Dyson News at a Glance: May 2016
See all of the achievements and accomplishments from Dyson College's faculty and students throughout the month of May in 2016.
Video: BA in Environmental Studies
Learn more about the BA in Environmental Science graduate program from those who know it best.
"Cuba's Crossroads - Hope, Rock, and [R]Evolution" World Premier Screening
A film on sustainability issues by Pace University students and professors, provides an intimate snapshot of life in Cuba at a remarkable juncture.
Dyson News at a Glance: April 2016
See all of the achievements and accomplishments from Dyson College's faculty and students throughout the month of April in 2016
The Next Logical Step In Your Life
The step from high school to Pace can seem giant. But at Pace, we make the transition an easy next step through summer orientations and introductory courses that set you...
Dyson Awards Ceremonies
Attend the 2016 Dyson Award Ceremonies on the New York City and Pleasantville campuses.
What is a Liberal Arts Education?
A liberal arts education can mean having a major such as English, history, or classics but it also refers to a general education where you will connect what you have...
What are the Humanities?
The humanities are the study of human thought and activities. You can study them at Dyson with courses ranging from history and literature to the arts.
English Department Writing Awards
Each spring, the English Department hosts a writing competition in which $5,000 in awards are given to students demonstrating writing excellence.
Pace in Pleasantville: An Introduction
See an overview of the physical and academic revitalization that has taken place in the last two years with the comprehensive Master Plan.
Pace in Pleasantville: Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Environmental Studies and Science
Learn about the Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies and our environmental policy clinics.
Pace in Pleasantville: Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, MCVA Program
Learn about Pace's four great programs in the MCVA Department.
On Choosing a College, Finding the Right Fit
Selecting the right college is a big decision, so pick one that makes your ideal college experience a reality.
Student Summit of the Environmental Consortium
Registration is open for the 11th Annual Student Summit of the Environmental Consortium of College & Universities.
Environmental Film Series
Join us each Thursday in April for environmental film screenings. They are part of a series of events celebrating Earth Month at Pace.
Dyson Digital Digest
Check out our quarterly e-newsletter of Dyson College of Arts and Sciences news about students, staff, faculty, and alumni.
Environmental Research in the Pocantico Watershed: Past and Future
Attend this symposium about current Pocantico Watershed research held on March 11 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Dyson News at a Glance
See all of the achievements and accomplishments from Dyson College's faculty and students throughout the month of February in 2016
You Are What You Eat
Environmental Studies and Science’s Melanie Dupuis examines American dietary advice in her book Dangerous Digestion: The Politics of American Dietary Advice.
Dyson News at a Glance
See all of the achievements and accomplishments from Dyson College's faculty and students throughout the month of January in 2016
Five Ways to Enrich Your College Experience
See how you can enrich your time at Pace with Model UN, research opportunities, the Society of Fellows, student groups, and service learning.
Master of Art in Management for Public Safety and Homeland Security Professionals
Learn how to develop large scale safety plans for businesses in both the private and public sectors.
Media and Communications Program at Pace University
You will gain skills as a thinker, speaker, and writer, and more - preparing you for a variety of exciting communications careers.
Why I Chose Dyson College @ Pace University
Students share what it was about Dyson College that made them want to study at Pace University.
Pace University Commercial Dance
Inside this conservatory-style training program that is grounded by a liberal arts education.
My Hopes for Dyson Students
Open yourself up to all of the opportunities that Dyson College can offer.
Tour Pace University's New York City Campus
In the heart of Manhattan, Pace's NYC campus is central to it all.
Opal Vadhan on Doing a Double Major
A double major at Pace is the best way to combine your favorite academic disciplines.