Dyson at the United Nations
Throughout the fall semester, a number of Dyson students have participated in events at United Nations headquarters in Manhattan. A connection with the UN has become a mainstay in Dyson, through coursework in departments such as Political Science and Peace and Justice Studies, as well as through unique extracurricular programs like the United Nations Academic Impact Millennium Fellowship. Through these opportunities, students are provided a platform for advocating for change, while practicing life-enriching skills and representing Pace on the global stage.
Lulu Okeke ’24
As part of the United Nations Millennium Fellowship, Lulu Okeke ’24, Global Professional Studies, represented Pace at an Academic Impact panel session called “Higher Education and Multilateralism: Academia Responding to Global Challenges” as part of UN Day.
Taylor Mangus ’23
On Wednesday, October 19, Taylor Mangus ’23, Political Science, was featured on a panel on “Disarmament Education as a Solution to Peace.”
Molly Rosaaen ’22
On Thursday, October 13, 2022, Molly Rosaaen ’22, Political Science, delivered a statement, drafted by Dyson College students, to the United Nations General Assembly First Committee.