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20At Pace, it's easy to create your future. Senior Farah Yar has not let an opportunity slip by. Farah has interned with the New York State Democratic Party, Dannon Co., and UBS-two of those interships were extended beyond their original terms when she proved herself invaluable. She's bridged the gap be-tween theory and practice as business manager for The Paw Print, Pace's Pleasantville campus newspa-per, and she and her peers formed a Delta Sigma Pi chapter on campus. "In these roles, I've applied the business experience I've gained in the classroom," she says. "Lubin fac-ulty are committed to helping us gain confidence in our skills so we're ready for the work world. If I had to list three things at Pace that contributed to my success, I'd say the quality of the professors and the personal attention given to each student; our Career Services office, which matches students with intern-ships; and the many organizations that provide us with leadership opportunities." Lubin Points of Distinctionn Lubin is accredited for both business and accounting by AACSB International, an elite distinction shared by fewer than 3 percent of business schools in the world. n  With one of the oldest entrepreneurship programs in the country, Lubin offers students a variety of opportunities including social entrepreneur experiences, business plan competitions, and the opportunity to compete for $50,000+ in the Pace Pitch Contest. n  Lubin's Executive in Residence program brings top executives to campus from major corporations such as Hearst Magazines, JPMorgan Chase & Co., KPMG, and Tiffany & Co.n In 2009, Lubin students received Figueroa family scholarships for international field studies and study abroad.Lubin Notable Alumni include Philip F. Bleser '81, '84, '94, managing director and CEO, Mid-Corporate Banking Group, JPMorgan Chase & Co.; Melvin Karmazin '79, CEO, Sirius Satellite Radio; William C. Nelson '75, chairman and CEO, HBO; David Pecker '72, chairman and CEO, American Media, Inc.; James Quinn '80, president, Tiffany & Co.; Ivan G. Seidenberg '86, chairman and CEO, Verizon; Timothy Spring '81, CEO, Marcal Paper Mills LLC; and Marie Toulantis '81, former CEO,{ Farah Yar '10, dual major in Business Management and Finance } Westchester"We have Pace alumni at our firm from the associate through partner level. Pace faculty provide students with practical, hands-on business experience, which translates well during the recruiting process." -Anthony Graziano '90, Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers

Over 100 years old, yet known to be highly innovativeWith a wide range of programs from traditional to cutting-edge, Lubin educates students on both the New York City and Westchester campuses with its unique blend of theory and practice. Pace is known for its leadership in the accounting industry, its entrepreneurial focus, its nationally competitive advertising teams, and its finance majors who fill internships throughout Metropolitan New York. Lubin faculty teach both graduate and undergraduate students, and many are "experiential" professors-teachers who continue to work in their field. As a result, our faculty members are able to combine their real-world business experience with their teachings on the fundamentals of business-including economics, finance, accounting, marketing, and management-to better prepare students for long-term success in the field of business. We also emphasize the practical application of theory to make sure you're ready to make important contributions from the outset of your career.Location, location, locationLubin offers another key distinction: Pace's internship program. We're literally located in the midst of the world's financial center, surrounded by hundreds of companies, many topping the Fortune 100 list. Lubin students at our Westchester campus have the same advantage, with the headquarters of many of the world's leading corporations located nearby throughout Westchester County and southern Connecticut. Employers expect a lot of Pace interns. And they deliver. Our faculty is engaged in research that is regularly published in leading business journals. They include Claudia Green, PhD, professor of management and coordinator of the Hospitality and Tourism Management Program, and Matthew Morey, PhD, professor of finance and New York Stock Exchange scholar. Their focus is on preparing students for long, successful careers of leadership in the business world.Among the first generation of her family to attend college in America, Farah wants everyone to know it's not impossible to find an internship freshman year. She did, and it's made her Pace experience all the more enriching. WESTCHESTER + NEW YORK School of BusinessSeidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems Dyson College of Arts and SciencesLienhard School of NursingSchool of Education School of LawAlumni SnapshotPhilip Bleser '81, '84, '94Managing Director and CEOMid Corporate Banking Group, JPMorgan Chase & Co. "Lubin graduates have proven to be an invaluable resource for our company. We have more than 1,000 Lubin graduates employed at JPMorgan Chase, including myself."21