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Taking the Stage Before GraduationThe philosophy of our Performing Arts Department is "Your career begins the day you come to Pace, not the day you graduate." Several performing arts majors are taking this to heart, touring with Broadway companies and shooting movies alongside Hollywood actors. n Kate Bristol '12 played Dorothy in the national tour of The Wizard of Ozn Cailan Rose '12 performed in Hair on Broadwayn Brandon Contreras '12 is in the national tour of In the Heightsn Rahul Rai '14 is the lead actor in the indie film When Harry Tries to Marry and was named "Best New Talent" by the London Asian Film Festivaln Cooper Rivers '14 appears in Generation Um. starring Keanu Reevesn Christopher Bert '12 acted in The Green starring Julia Ormond and Illeanna Douglasn Donnel James Forman '10 was in the national tours of Hairspray and Mamma Mia! A Model for Model UNPace's Model United Nations programs on both campuses are consistently ranked among the top in the country, and recently received the highest number of awards at the 2011 North American Model UN Conference in Toronto. The Model United Nations is dedicated to helping students understand how to create peace, justice, and security in the world and is a class and club designed to simulate the United Nations. Students take on the roles of countries, observers, and nongovernmental organizations in various UN committees in order to debate the most important issues in the world and to learn the skills of diplomacy, consensus-building, policy analysis, and policy writing.photo ©TMI Touring CompanyYear in Review 2010-2011 | 7

Empowering Socially Responsible ThinkersHow Do They Do It? The hallmark of the Center has been service learning courses, or as they are known at Pace, Civic Engagement and Public Value courses. The Center connects professors with community organizations to create courses that combine academics with social issues and include a community engagement component. Examples include: an economics course in which students evaluated 20 years of trends in giving to the Westchester Chapter of the American Red Cross, a calculus course where students tutored their subject in local schools, and a psychology course in which students and the local Salvation Army created a conference for several hundred people to raise awareness of human trafficking. These courses present students with important issues of the day and encourage them to seek solutions by uncovering the implications of social policy on individuals and society at large. The Center for Community Action and Research (CCAR), which celebrated its 10th anniversary this year, offers much more than just community service opportunities for students. It also coordinates Pace's participation in two prestigious national civic engagement initiatives: Project Pericles and the Jefferson Awards, and has helped ensure that Pace is on the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll and a Carnegie Foundation Community Engagement designee. Through its many programs, CCAR helps develop students who are critical thinkers, problem solvers, global citizens, and are empowered to effect change. 8 | Dyson College of Arts and SciencesCommunity Service