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25Alumni SnapshotOz Michaeli '09Owner, Spiralstorm Games "Most people have to decide between work and play, but when you're a game developer like me, they are one and the same. My Seidenberg education helped me learn the skills I need to adapt in this constantly changing industry."A vision for the futureImagine where you could land with a degree from Pace. Can you see yourself 10 years from now-a computer analyst for Bloomberg? An FBI agent focused on computer security? Or a web designer for the next big start-up?Founded in 1983, the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems has been educating technology leaders longer than most other universities. Today, Seidenberg offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees from multiple locations; selective courses available online; and travel courses to Brazil, England, France, and India. Our broad spectrum of courses ranges from web technologies and game programming to data mining and project management. Our program is also one of only a few nationwide that focuses on pattern recognition, security, and robotics. Recently a team of students developed 3-D vision for the robot "Alexandra" that may one day help save lives in hospital and military settings-and that's just one of the ways Pace students are seeing things in a new light. Critical connectionsSeidenberg's 90 full- and part-time educators are leaders in their fields. Take Susan M. Merritt, PhD, who received the Martin Luther King Jr. Excellence in Social Justice Award; or Christelle Scharff, PhD, who teaches a course on mobile applications based on her experience developing mobile applications to promote social change in Africa; or Jean Coppola, PhD, who is pioneering research in gerontechnology and inspiring students in intergenerational computing. The majority of Seidenberg students participate in Pace's internship program, one of the largest in the New York metropolitan area. Employers include IBM, Bloomberg, Link Technologies, Morgan Stanley, PepsiCo, and Time Warner Cable, to name a few. And through the Seidenberg Scholars Program, funded by a portion of the $15 million endowment from Verizon CEO and Pace alumnus Ivan G. Seidenberg '81, we offer scholarships to top high school students pursuing careers in computing.Alex wishes there were more hours in the day. As a senior, he's already gained real-world technology skills through internships at Arc90 Inc., Fileitup Media, and JPMorgan Chase that will give him a leg up when he begins his career. WESTCHESTER + NEW YORK CITYPACE.edu/applyLubin School of BusinessSeidenberg School of Computer Science and Information SystemsDyson College of Arts and SciencesLienhard School of NursingSchool of Education School of Law