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Pace People This Week: Spelling, Acting And Serving Those In Need

Pace's Jungmok Lee won both the Pace Spelling Bee Finals as well as the Intercollegiate Spelling Bee.
Pace's Jungmok Lee won both the Pace Spelling Bee Finals as well as the Intercollegiate Spelling Bee. Photo Credit: Contributed

PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Here is a roundup of newsmakers and their news in brief from Pace University:

Jungmok Lee , a Pace English Language Institute student from South Korea, recently won the Intercollegiate Spelling Bee (Upper Division). The winning word was "accommodate." He was also the winner of the Pace Spelling Bee Finals.

Pace MFA Acting alumna, Eisa Davis , was cast alongside Actors Studio Member Stephen Adly Guirgis in Shakespeare In The Park's Julius Caesar, which will be held in Central Park this summer. Read more on her casting here.

Rohana Sosa , a computer science major at Pace, recently participated in the Pace Setters Leadership Program on a non-profit advocacy project in the Dominican Republic. Click here to read a firsthand account of her experiences fighting poverty in some of the Caribbean's most remote villages.

A team of Pace students placed second in the the National Finals of the Deloitte Foundation's National Audit Innovation Campus Challenge in Dallas. The team won the East Coast Regional Competition in fall 2016.

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