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27{ Alejandra Lopez '10, dual major in Political Science and Women's and Gender Studies } New York City Through two scholarships from the Washington Center, Alejandra watched history unfold during internships at both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions and at the 2009 Inauguration of President Barack Obama. As a delegate for the Model United Nations and during a trip to South Africa with her Comparative Race and Gender course, the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences and Pforzheimer Honors College student discovered her passion for international human rights issues and developed the skills to advocate on behalf of others. WESTCHESTER + NEW YORK CITY

PACE.edu/apply{ John Ponessa '10, Biochemistry } New YorkAt Pace, personal attention is important. You're not just a face in the crowd. John Ponessa experienced this first-hand when he asked a professor for help in finding a project where he would gain the skills to succeed in the medical research field and earn the Dyson Student Faculty Research Initiative scholarship. "My laboratory work allowed me to use science as an application," he says. "For the first time, I was predicting and theorizing what may happen in an experiment rather than simply waiting for results. This experience wouldn't have been possible without such a supportive faculty mentor as Professor Yarlett."28Dyson Points of Distinctionn Our Westchester campus features new $5 million state-of-the- art laboratories and an environmental science suite at the Dyson Hall of Science. n The Confucius Institute, launched in May 2009, is the first academically based Confucius Institute in New York City.In partnership with publishing and educational institutions from China, the institute sponsors academic conferences, competitions, and cultural events on both Pace campuses.n A commitment to community service-last year, Pace students completed almost 30,000 hours of community service through the Center for Community Action and Research. The Center for Undergraduate Research Experiences oversees grant programs that place Pace students in nonprofit organizations and local schools and assists in identifying funding for joint faculty-undergraduate student research projects. n We offer numerous opportunities for international travel, study, civic engagement, and competition through our award-winning Model UN programs, faculty-led travel experiences, and study-abroad courses.