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Force of Nature: Maddie Feaster ’21
Through a hands-on internship, 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.
Dyson Delivers Statement to UN
This fall, Dyson students took their coursework beyond the classroom walls, tackling real-world issues and presenting to global policymakers.
Pursuing Peace: Lovesun Parent ’04
Political Science alumna advances women’s leadership in global areas of conflict and violence.
Curtain Up!: Pace Performers Return to the Stage
After a long hiatus, and with precautions still in place, live performances have returned to New York – and Pace Performing Arts students and alumni involved in ground-breaking on-campus productions and “spectacular” off-campus shows are rejoicing.
In the Field: Wilson Center Interns Gain Real-world Experience
From protecting the environment, to helping Latinx students get to college, to enriching the K-12 learning experience, three students reflect on their life-changing internships through The Wilson Center.
Diving into the Data
Through a grant totaling nearly $500,000 Dyson professors Matthew Aiello-Lammens and Erika Crispo are helping elevate Pace to new heights through incorporating data science into the biology and environmental science fields.
Inside Experiential Learning – This fall, the beginning of a new academic year was more exciting than usual for us as students, faculty and staff returned, in person, to both Westchester and New York City campuses.
Erin Masso ’19, Environmental Studies, has started a cosmetics brand called Designer Dust Co. The company’s product, Face Sprinkles, appeared in a trailer for HBO’s Euphoria and was featured in an article in Teen Vogue.
Hanako Greensmith ’18, Musical Theater, has been promoted to series regular in Chicago Fire, playing the role of paramedic Violet Mikami.
Recent alumni profiles
➤ Dr. Yvette Edwards ’87 – For Dr. Yvette Edwards it’s been a long but ultimately fulfilling road from Kingston, Jamaica, where she was born, to her private practice in South Carolina, one that incorporates chiropractic, nutrition, weight loss, and regenerative medicine.
➤ Artisha Mann-Cooper ’12 – When Artisha Mann-Cooper ’12 was growing up on a secluded farm in Charleston, South Carolina, her summers would often be spent at the home of her aunt in Maryland where she would watch with fascination old movies from the 1930s such as Smilin Through and The Wizard of Oz.
Remy Millisky ’17, Film and Screen Studies, began working as a magazine editor at Continental Who’s Who and wrote their first book, a selection of poems, entitled An Immaculate Mind.