Tech Mentor-in-Residence Program Adds Another Member

David McKinnis, recently named Tech Mentor-in-Residence for software development, spoke on “How to Become a Great Developer” to Seidenberg students on the New York City campus. McKinnis, CTO and co-founder of, will share his extensive experience with students, faculty and alumni over the course of the academic year. He joins Matt Knell as a Tech Mentor, whose expertise is in social networking. Continue reading “Tech Mentor-in-Residence Program Adds Another Member”

Seidenberg Faculty Receive ‘Best Paper Awards’ at Information Systems Education Conference

Two of the 10 Best Paper Awards given out at the recent Information Systems Education Conference (ISECON) went to Seidenberg School faculty – Professor James Lawler and Professor Anthony Joseph for their research in cloud computing and Professor John Molluzzo and Vijal Doshi (MS/IS) for their paper on social networking. Continue reading “Seidenberg Faculty Receive ‘Best Paper Awards’ at Information Systems Education Conference”

New Class of Seidenberg Scholars Pleased with College Life

As the Seidenberg Scholars Program enters its 5th year, the school welcomes five outstanding 1st year students into its ranks. They include Brooke Ribelin from Linwood, NC; Michael Cornell from Fishkill, NY; Julie Gauthier from Amston, CT; Cayman Mitchell from Rowlett, TX; and Wayne Williams from Brooklyn, NY.

Brooke, Michael and Julie all became familiar with the Seidenberg School’s programs and its supportive community as well as life in the “Big Apple” while participating in the 2010 Seidenberg Scholar Summer Experience prior to entering their senior year of high school. Judging from their comments, they see more than satisfied with their choice of college. Continue reading “New Class of Seidenberg Scholars Pleased with College Life”

SICI Computer Forensics Workshop a Big Success

At the request of the Seidenberg Institute for Computing Innovation (SICI), a newly established faculty development organization, Professor Darren Hayes organized a day-long workshop to teach practical skills in the burgeoning field of computer forensics to Pace faculty and students as well as invited faculty from other institutions.  The workshop, which featured presentations by law enforcement experts, Hayes, and a specialist in forensic software tools, was well-attended and exceptionally well-received. Continue reading “SICI Computer Forensics Workshop a Big Success”

After 22 years, Professor Joseph Bergin Retires

“I have had an ideal career at Pace, being paid to do what I love – to think, to write, to share ideas with students and colleagues.”  These are the words of Dr. Joseph Bergin, Professor of Computer Science, who retired at the end of the summer after 22 years at Pace.  Professor Bergin earned the reputation as a “tough but fair” faculty member who challenged students to their limits and then some. Continue reading “After 22 years, Professor Joseph Bergin Retires”

Graduate Programs Updated for Today’s Workplace

Following months of intensive review by computer science faculty, the curricula for several graduate programs – the M.S. in Computer Science, the M.S. in Telecommunications Systems and Networks and the M.S. in Software Development and Engineering – have been updated to meet the needs of today’s students in an increasingly specialized workplace.  The changes to these programs went into effect this fall. Continue reading “Graduate Programs Updated for Today’s Workplace”