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Pascale is regarded for developing an innovative equity pathway for first-generation college students from historically underrepresented communities. This approach integrates both academic affairs and student services to improve student performance. The Honors College, under her leadership, has been recognized nationally for student completion with continued success after transferring to selective institutions for bachelor's and graduate degrees. 47% of Honors College graduates transfer to schools ranked in the top 100 colleges nationally by U.S. News and World Report. 96% of Honors alumni have earned their bachelor degrees. During Pascale's tenure, Honors students have made Miami Dade College the institution earning the most Jack Kent Cook Undergraduate Transfer Scholarships in the nation. As a result, Pascale has been selected to join the 2019-2020 Aspen Presidential Fellows.Not unlike the students she serves, Pascale, a Haitian-American, had a non-traditional path to her current role. She attained her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Economics from Duke University and a Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan. She has also held assistant dean positions at New York University and Rutgers, where she demonstrated success in building student-centered learning communities fueled by a culture of care to help students achieve their goals.
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