International students are a common sight at Pace’s publishing program. Publishing is a global affair and we welcome the chance to have new students who are from different countries. We decided to ask two current students and an alumna about why they chose to go to Pace and their plans for the future.
“After attending the mentoring sessions, I’m confident that my revised resume and cover letter will help me secure a job that I’m passionate about in the future.” Ayana Underwood
The Fall 2018 Semester offered two 3-week mentoring sessions for students graduating this upcoming winter or spring to receive job and interview advice from Professor Bette Rockmore. The sessions took place in September and October and met on a weekly basis for three weeks at the Midtown Campus, where students were able to work with their peers and Professor Rockmore to help refine their job searching skills to prepare them for the completion of the program.
Last week on October 3rd, Pace University hosted the Comics & Culture Panel: Those Who Can, Teach.
One of our graduate students, Ayana Underwood, attended and wrote about her experience while there:
I may be slightly biased because anything (literally anything) that has to do with comics is something I’ll never miss—unless I’m dead of course and even then … maybe! Continue reading “Comics & Culture Panel: Those Who Can, Teach”
Pace Publishing Welcomes
the China Publishing Group
Kirsten D. Sandberg
For three weeks, from May 14 to May 30, Pace University hosted a delegation of Chinese publishing executives and engineers from the Beijing-based China Publishing Group. They came to meet their counterparts in New York and attend Book Expo at the Javits Center.
Co-directed by Professors Xiao Chuan Lian and Kirsten Sandberg, the three-week program focused on how to use big data across the publishing value chain and how to launch subscription-based educational podcasts, which are wildly popular and increasingly profitable in China. Continue reading “Beijing Meets Big Data”
It’s almost summer! ARE YOU AS EXCITED AS WE ARE? Term officially ends tomorrow, which means we’ll have 18 days to read before classes pick back up. I’m imagining parks and smoothies in my future. (Unfortunately, there will be no beach. Sigh.) Looking for some reading inspiration? Search no further. Kim and I have got you covered. Continue reading “Summer Reads!”