Carnegie Mellon University

Issue Education & Resources

PACE also strives to grow the campus’ collective understanding of a particular social issue by exploring an annual theme  through a series of educational opportunities, in addition to the issue education and reflection that is embedded in all of our efforts. Past themes have included education inequality, hunger and homelessness, women and children-with a focus on human trafficking, food insecurity, and environmental justice.

Educational programming may include non-profit leaders and faculty experts leading small discussions, book clubs, documentary screenings, or article discussions in your residence hall. If you have an idea of a non-profit you would like us to highlight or a book, movie, or article you think we should be utilizing please email  PACE. Check out the events calendar located on the The Bridge for upcoming educational activities and our Facebook page for statistics, news articles, and opportunities to get involved locally with non-profits addressing the theme’s focus.