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Roberto C. Chavez (“Berto”) is an educator, activist, and poet with a background in history, theatre, and social justice. Roberto has a love for letter-writing and journaling, as well as examining how we document the past and present, how do we tell (More)
Kelsey is a graduating senior this semester with a passion to serve her community. Read more on how her experience at Pace, and her involvement with being civially engaged off campus has impacted her life and how she plans to continue being involved (More)
A Check-In with Student Leader in Service: Isabella Lupo '19
Major: Peace & Justice Studies Partner Organization: New Roots Community Farm Volunteering with New Roots has been an incredible experience thus far! I'm s (More)
Major: Economics Community Partner: Earth Matter Earth Matter has taught me so much about not only food justice issues, but also about my personal journey of living a more s (More)
Volunteer Spotlight: Karina Roca '19
Major: Political Science and Peace & Justice Studies Minors: Sustainability and African-American History How did you first hear about CCAR at Pace? It was my first semester as a freshman, and I was curious about volunteering in the city. My fr (More)
Activist Spotlight: Marla Teixeira '18
Major: Peace and Justice Studies Minor(s): Politics and Business Management Graduation Year: 2018 Career Aspirations: Grassroots Campaign Organizer What excited you most about the opportunity to become a Vote Everywhere Ambassador? I am in love (More)
Volunteer Spotlight: Duke Huang '20
By Cesar Ballesteros '18, Student Outreach & New Media Projects Coordinator This month, we are extremely proud to feature Duke as one of our outstanding volunteer spotlights. As a passionate volunteer, Duke is recognized for devoting his time (More)
Fall 2019 Distinguished Professor Lecture
The 2019-2020 distinguished professor of the ms in publishing program is richard sarnoff. The lecture, titled Publishing: Past and Future, takes place on October 10, 2019. Sarnoff will cover a variety of themes related to the intersection of dig (More)
Paul Levitz Awarded at Comic Con
New York Comic Con (NYCC) is making its annual return to the city this weekend, as one of the most anticipated and well-known comic conventions in the nation, alongside San Diego Comic Con (SDCC). Both conventions are known for celebrating those i (More)
2015 BEA Experiences
Thanks to the generous support of Dean Nira Herrmann and a number of Pace Publishing Professors, the Pace MS in Publishing students were able to attend the 2015 Book Expo America that to (More)
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