Our history of success helping students achieve their career goals and desired outcomes stems from the strong support of our experienced student advisement team. Meet the people who will set you on your Pace Path to go after challenging coursework and real-world experiences.
Amy J. Greis
New York University, Higher Education and Student Affairs, MA
University of Tampa, Creative Writing, BA
Amy is an online program coordinator/advisor for Pace Online. She has been working in advising since 2001 and has spent her career dedicated to advising both undergraduate and graduate students. While Amy is especially interested in the operational aspects of advising; she finds joy in being able to help students navigate their programs with ease and providing constant support. She has expertise in developing new student orientations and retention programming. She has been a part of the Pace community since 2004, holding a prior advising position in the Lubin School of Business. Amy also teaches UNV 101: First Year Seminar for campus students and AIT: 103 Online Seminar for those students enrolled online.
Advises for: BBA in Business Studies, MS Accounting, MS Finance, MA in Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs, and Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs.
Pace University: Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs, MA
West Chester University: English; Writing, Teaching, Criticism Track, MA
Slippery Rock University: English Literature, BA
Kate Mulhollem is an online program coordinator/advisor for Pace Online. She also serves as an assistant adjunct professor in the Department of Writing and Cultural Studies. Until recently, she worked as the writing center coordinator. Currently, Kate is working alongside other English faculty to determine if expressive writing can enhance students’ well-being and satisfaction and also increase their sense of agency and purpose in their role as academic writers. Additionally, she co-authored “Evolving Missions and Emerging Metaphors: A Return to Landmark Essays on Writing Centers” (2022).
Advises for: Nactel programs, MA in Digital Media and Communications, MS in Information Technology, MS in Cybersecurity, MS in Computer Science, and MSED in Literacy Specialist
Nicole is an online program coordinator/advisor for Pace Online.
Advises for: AA in General Arts and Sciences, Professional Communication Studies, Professional Technology Studies, and Business Studies. Additionally she advises online graduate degrees in Data Science, Information Technology, Software Development and Engineering, and Public Administration.
Melissa is the graduate advisor for Homeland Security online program and also serves as an adjunct professor at Pace University.
Advises for: Homeland Security