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33Changing the world, one student at a timeWe've all had a teacher who has helped us overcome challenges and inspired in us a lifelong love of learning. Perhaps you'll be such an inspiration to some young student one day. That's our goal, anyway.The School of Education, which is professionally accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), is designed to prepare you to meet New York State's high standards for educators. We offer innovative programs that integrate the arts and sciences, community partnerships, school-based field experience by your second year of study, extensive use of technology, research-based courses that link theory with practice, and substantial financial aid. And our faculty is superb, with expertise in special education, literacy, and technology. Our goal is to develop educators who will change the world by making a difference in their communities, in their schools, and in the lives of their students-teachers who will be among those rare people remembered by their students long into adulthood.School of Education Points of Distinctionn Our Distinguished Educator Lecture Series brings innovative leaders to the University each spring. Past speakers include Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public School System Michelle Rhee and Educational Reformer Bill Ayers.n The Pace High School provides a training ground for Pace students and was listed in the top "10 Most Promising New High Schools" by TimeOut New York. n Four of our faculty have received Verizon Thinkfinity grants for their innovative use of videos and Web 2.0 technologies in the classroom.n The Center for Teaching and Research in Autism (TARA Center) produces groundbreaking work and was highlighted in a documentary at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.Jessica wants to be a first or second grade teacher after she graduates. "My education at Pace has allowed me to understand how a child grows and develops as a whole person, not just academically. This was an important educational 'ah-ha moment' for me, and it will enable me to go and be effective in the classroom."Alumni SnapshotChristopher Casal '08 Computer TeacherAfter a successful career at Ziff Davis Media, Chris-topher Casal decided to switch gears and use his technology experience to teach. Casal pursued his MST in Education at Pace while working as a computer teacher at the Mark Hopkins School in Bedford-Stuyvesant. He later came back to Pace for another degree-an MSEd in Educational Leadership.Jessica has always adored children-she has two younger siblings of her own. Her first jobs? Babysitter and cheer coach. At the Pace School of Education, she is truly learning how to shape and make a difference in children's lives. PACE.edu/applyLubin School of BusinessSeidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems Dyson College of Arts and SciencesLienhard School of NursingSchool of Education School of LawWESTCHESTER + NEW YORK CITY

34Pace educates thinking professionals. Students in the Honors College, such as { Emily Morris '14, dual major in Theater Arts and English Language and Literature }, are mentored by eminent faculty, including National Science Foundation awardees, Fulbright-Hayes Fellows, Phi Beta Kappa members, and leading researchers.PFORZHEIMER HonorsCollege