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Pace University Faculty and Students Work for Nuclear Disarmament at United Nations

“In the nuclear age, with its uncontrollable proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, the inability to reconcile differences peacefully poses a very grave threat to human survival. 1,645 more words

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Nuclear Disarmament Is Key to, Not Conditional on, General and Complete Disarmament

This is a write-up of a side event panel during the 2015 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference at the United Nations. Reprinted from NPT News in Review… 720 more words

The Importance of Disarmament Education

Last week I spoke on a panel at the 2015 nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference on “Disarmament and Nonproliferation Education”, organized by the Mexican and Japanese Missions to the UN. 659 more words

Sara Moriarty

Growing up in Yonkers, Sara was interested in finding a university that was near her so she could visit her family whenever she desired. She attended school at Good Counsel and was able to obtain a scholarship provided from the school, which only two graduating seniors get every year. 556 more words

Alumni Relations and Social Media

Since my group is seeking to strengthen the relationship between Marist and their alumni, I have been doing a lot of research on ways in which other colleges or universities do so. 219 more words

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Jennifer Robertson

One of the best programs that Pace University has to offer is the Nursing Program, which is what brought Jennifer Robertson to this school. “Unlike many schools, Pace allows their nursing students to be involved from freshman year, eventually joining the program sophomore year,” said Jennifer about the program at Pace. 412 more words