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S. Brian Jones Named Pace University’s First Assistant Dean for Diversity and Equity in the Arts
Award-winning artist, educator and social justice advocate S. Brian Jones has been named Pace University’s first assistant dean for diversity and equity in the arts at the Dyson College of Arts and Science. In this role, Jones will be supervising the Pace Storytelling for Equity and Inclusion Fellowship. The job position is funded by The […]
March 9, 2021
Study Focuses on Millennial’s Perceptions of their College Education
Dr. Larry Chiagouris, a professor of marketing at Pace University, recently unveiled his research on how millennials perceive their college education in terms of overall satisfaction and career preparedness.
December 3, 2019
Pace University Program Focused on Diversifying Performing Arts
Using Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s $585,000 grant, Pace University will launch a new program to diversify voices in media and the performing arts. Dr. Darnell Hunt, who is the dean of social sciences at the University of California in Los Angeles reported that less than five percent of television writers are Black. The initiative, Writing […]
September 4, 2019
Protecting the Dreams of Immigrant Students
June is Immigration Heritage Month. It’s a time to celebrate American diversity, to celebrate the stories of those — like my mother and my grandparents — who came to this country and worked hard to succeed here, and to admire the bravery and perseverance of today’s immigrants, striving to achieve the American Dream.
June 6, 2018
Meeting Nursing Demand Through Diversity
For the past decade, the nursing profession has made diversity a priority. While the numbers in the profession — less than 25 percent minority nurses — do not yet mirror the general population of the United States — 38 percent non-White people — solid efforts and strategies are at work to facilitate change.
February 25, 2018
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