Katelyn James ’14, a Head Delegate in the Pace University New York City Model United Nations Program, was profiled by the Pace Pulse this week, highlighting her academic excellence and service to the university.

“Katie James has already gained invaluable experience throughout her time at Pace interning with renowned organizations and working tirelessly on and off campus, to make her dream of one day working at the U.S. Embassy in Paris and as an attorney aiding in the protection of civil rights, a reality,” wrote Sarah Aires, author of the article.

Located only two express subway stops from the iconic United Nations complex on the East River, Pace University’s New York City Model UN program has a 60-year history of excellence in regional, national and international conferences. Model UN at Pace is uniquely integrated into the Political Science curriculum within the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences and aims to encourage students to develop wisdom, knowledge, skills and community for global citizenship and vocation.