News Headline: How a psychology degree helps this cybersecurity CEO understand people
News Text:
I grew up in New York City in a working-class family. I went to Manhattan College in New York City majoring in psychology, and that was really about wanting to know what makes people tick and what drives human nature and motivation.
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Upstart Business Journal
News Date:
Monday, February 2, 2015
News Headline: 4 Common Myths About Negotiating Your Starting Salary
News Text:
“Your best bet is to wait until the final stages of the interview process,” says Rachel Cirelli, director of the Center for Career Development at Manhattan College. “This way, the employer will have a fuller picture of your worth, and may be willing to negotiate further in your favor.”
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NerdWallet
News Date:
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan College hosts racial justice teach-in
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Manhattan College staged a teach-in Wednesday to discuss race relations and what can be done to make them better. The goal of the teach-in was to spur conversation within the campus' community, and challenge everyone to make a change. It was inspired by recent marches throughout the country held in the names of Eric Garner of Staten Island and Michael Brown of Ferguson, Missouri.
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News 12 The Bronx
News Date:
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
News Headline: Nine Oak Ridge seniors sign letters of intent
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Nine Oak Ridge High seniors signed letters of intent Wednesday at a signing ceremony held at the school. Connor Hayes (soccer, Manhattan College).
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El Dorado Hills Telegraph
News Date:
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
News Headline: St. Joe’s, Trumbull athletes sign letters of intent
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National Signing Day is Wednesday, February 4, and numerous athletes from Trumbull and St. Joseph high school, as well as other FCIAC schools will be putting pen to paper as they officially set their course for the future. Softball Lauren Pitney, St. Joseph – Manhattan College
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Trumbull Times
News Date:
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
News Headline: Goldeyes sign Krill, Ortega for upcoming season
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Winnipeg Goldeyes manager Rick Forney announced Wednesday the signing of outfielder Brett Krill and rookie catcher Ramon Ortega to contracts for the 2015 season. Ortega, 25, made his professional debut last season for the Frontier Greys – a travelling team in the Frontier League. In 38 games, the switch-hitting catcher hit .208 with a home run and seven RBI. He was a teammate of Goldeyes pitcher Taylor Sewitt at Manhattan College.
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MyToba.ca
News Date:
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
News Headline: High School Sports: Staples' 'Magnificent 7' ink National Letters of Intent
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A middle distance runner and three-time All-American and All-New England standout, Hefnawy is shipping up to Boston College where she'll look to aid the women's track and field teams and may compete in cross country as well. Hefnawy's older brother Dean, who pole vaults at Manhattan College, has always been a positive influence on her track and field career and she said he gave her support along the way in making her college decision.
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The Hour
News Date:
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
News Headline: Deloitte CRG Hires Two Directors in Corporate Restructuring
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Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics LLP announced the hiring of two new directors to further bolster its Corporate Restructuring Group in New York. Sean Cunningham, will lead CRG’s creditor rights practice. Bob Frezza will focus on financial restructuring and related advisory services. Cunningham comes from FTI Consulting where he was a senior managing director providing expert restructuring advice and services to senior lenders, unsecured creditors and debtors. Cunningham earned his MBA in financial management at the Lubin Scholl of Business at Pace University and his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Manhattan College.
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ABL Advisor
News Date:
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
News Headline: SASB Provides Standards For Measuring Non-Financial Performance
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Dr. Jean Rogers is the Founder & CEO of SASB. Since 2010 SASB developed from an idea formulated in collaboration with the Harvard University Initiative for Responsible Investment at the Kennedy School of Government into a globally-respected, ANSI-accredited, independent standards-setting organization. Jean is a former Loeb Fellow at Harvard University and holds a PhD in Environmental Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology, and an ME in Environmental Engineering and a BE in Civil Engineering from Manhattan College.
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Forbes
News Date:
Thursday, February 5, 2015
News Headline: LTHS athletes sign letters of intent
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(Sitting left to right) Hannah Juley, of LaGrange, will play volleyball at University of Wisconsin, Kimmy Vitek, of Western Springs, will dive at Cornell University, Jessi Skonning, of LaGrange, will play volleyball at Manhattan College.
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Western Springs Patch
News Date:
Thursday, February 5, 2015
News Headline: Tony Winner Ben Vereen to Visit Manhattan College for Black History Month
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Ben Vereen, a veteran of the stage and screen, will visit Manhattan College on Wednesday, Feb. 11 at noon, highlighting the College's celebration of Black History Month.
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Broadway World
News Date:
Friday, February 6, 2015
News Headline: Pop Goes the Engineer
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Employees who gain engineering skills also find themselves employable just about anywhere. "We stress 21st Century skills like making presentations, communication and teamwork," Bossi says. These skills can translate into effective jobs in fields as wide ranging as the law, medicine, teaching and management, says Tim Ward, dean of Manhattan College's School of Engineering. "Getting an engineering degree gives you the skill sets that the world is looking for," he says.
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IEEE-USA InSight
News Date:
Friday, February 6, 2015
News Headline: It was a busy time during National Sign Day at Stepinac High School
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A ninth student who had committed last fall to play lacrosse joined his schoolmates in the festivities. From left are: Damarcus Miller, SUNY Stony Brook; Dylan DeMuro, Manhattan College’s Jaspers lacrosse team.
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Fios 1 News
News Date:
Saturday, February 7, 2015
News Headline: Anna Doerr signs letter of intent with Manhattan College
News Text:
Mercy senior Anna Doerr spent the last four years showing everyone in Section V that she can play a little soccer. Next, she'll look to do the same at the Division I level. Doerr signed her letter of intent to play soccer with the Manhattan Jaspers on Monday.
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WHAM TV
News Date:
Monday, February 9, 2015
News Headline: Portola Pharmaceuticals Appoints Two Biotechnology Industry Veterans, Laura Brege and Dr. Dennis Fenton, to Board of Directors
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Dr. Fenton was previously a director of the Genzyme Corporation, Genelux Corporation and Amira Pharmaceuticals. He received a B.S. in Biology from Manhattan College and a Ph.D. in Microbiology from Rutgers University.
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CNNMoney.com
News Date:
Monday, February 9, 2015
News Headline: Which is the best MAAC basketball arena?
News Text:
3. Draddy Gymnasium, Manhattan College: I am unabashed in my feelings for Draddy, but I shouldn't be.
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Asbury Park Press
News Date:
Monday, February 9, 2015
News Headline: New York Building Congress Roundup
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On January 21, Building Congress President Richard T. Anderson was the guest of honor at Manhattan College's De La Salle Medal Dinner. Established in 1951, the dinner raises unrestricted income for the College. Funds are applied to a wide variety of needs, particularly student scholarships and financial aid, making a Manhattan College education accessible for more students.
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New York Building Congress
News Date:
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
News Headline: Braves athletes make it official on Signing Day
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Adam Weisberger, who helped the Braves boys soccer team win the Central Jersey Group IV championship, signed with Manhattan College.
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News Transcript (N.J.)
News Date:
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
News Headline: Low Mileage Works for Olivia Sargent
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Sargent has an additional family resource in her father, Greg, the Pennsbury girls’ cross country coach who assists head track coach Tim Cass with the distance runners during the winter and spring seasons. Olivia followed Sara into running and, as a freshman, was the kid sister during Sara’s senior year. “Now,” says Greg, who ran for Manhattan College in the early '80s, “Olivia has stepped into her own, exuding a quiet confidence.”
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Running Times
News Date:
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
News Headline: School Sports - Who Signed Where From Holmdel High School?
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Holmdel High School senior, Morgan Graziano, has signed her National Letter of Intent to attend Manhattan College and will continue her basketball career for the Jaspers.
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Patch - Holmdel-Hazlet
News Date:
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
News Headline: Women, Watch Your Own Talk!
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Martha Mendez-Baldwin, a psychologist who specializes in child and adolescent behavior and an assistant professor of psychology at Manhattan College, and Deborah Cihonski, a Chicago-based psychologist, were cited in a recent study about a very real phenomenon called ‘losing their voice’.
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New Age Islam
News Date:
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
News Headline: Coppinger assumes command of Ops Group
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Coppinger received a bachelor of engineering in electrical engineering from Manhattan College, N.Y. Upon being commissioned as a second lieutenant through the Reserve Officer Training Corps program, Coppinger attended pilot training at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas.
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Defense Video & Imagery Distribution System
News Date:
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
News Headline: Monsignor Farrell product and Manhattan College pitcher Tom Cosgrove honored
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The school's website quoted Jaspers head coach Jim Duffy as saying: "Tommy is a great kid, on and off the field. That's why we recruited him. He likes to work, is highly competitive and knows how to win. It's an honor for him, and our program, to be recognized in the preseason but I'm sure Tommy's more interested in the awards at the end."
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Staten Island Advance - Online
News Date:
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
News Headline: Area athletes sign letters of intent
News Text:
The following is a list of athletes provided by each school who have signed letters of intent. Some schools included names of athletes who committed last fall with the ones who signed on Feb. 4. Arapahoe: Annabelle Brewer, basketball, Colorado Christian; Will Danuser, lacrosse, Dennison University; Anthony Ferrie, football, CSU-Pueblo; Troy Golding, lacrosse, Manhattan College
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Parker Chronicle
News Date:
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
News Headline: More Honors For Roslyn Alums
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Beamon, also a star for Manhattan College, was drafted in the third round by the Oklahoma City Blue of The NBA’s D-League. Already, Beamon has been activated and deactivated from the Blue roster on five different occasions. He has also seen playing time in four games as he looks to make his mark on the league that leads to the NBA.
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The Roslyn News
News Date:
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
News Headline: National Signing Day - Padua
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Erin Spadaccini signed her letter of intent for Manhattan College where she will participate in cross country and track & field. Spadaccini is a four-year varsity athlete and has contributed to nine state championship titles as a Panda.
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WDEL 1150 AM
News Date:
Thursday, February 12, 2015
News Headline: Meet Carlos M. Gonzalez
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In 2007, I completed my Bachelor’s Degree in mechanical engineering at Manhattan College in New York. During the summers of 2005 and 2006, I was an intern at Sikorsky Aircraft in the firm’s Hydraulics and Mechanical Flight Controls Department.
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Machine Design
News Date:
Thursday, February 12, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan College Students Offer Complimentary Tax Services to Qualified Bronx Residents
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Manhattan College business students have partnered with the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program for the sixth year in a row to provide tax preparation services to local Bronx residents this tax season.
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Stamford Advocate
News Date:
Friday, February 13, 2015
News Headline: Monmouth County Athletes Shine on National Signing Day
News Text:
Team Captain Morgan Graziano, also a three-year starter, is headed to Manhattan College.
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The Two River Times
News Date:
Friday, February 13, 2015
News Headline: 108th Millrose Games: Silver Lake's Pariis Garcia wins double gold
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Blerim Pocesta, a Susan Wagner grad competing for Manhattan College, finished sixth in the Men's Weight throw with a 18.35m (60-2 1/2) hurl.
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SILive.com
News Date:
Saturday, February 14, 2015
News Headline: NBA, Hall of Fame drop ball by forgetting NYC legend Junius Kellogg during All-Star Weekend
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Kellogg, the eldest of 11 children from Portsmouth, Va., came to Manhattan College as the first African-American basketball player on that Bronx school’s team. That should have been enough of a test, but it was only the start. After practice one day, a former co-captain came to his dorm room and said, “Buddy, buddy. You can make some money. You can use a thousand dollars.” Of course he could have used the money, but Kellogg was being asked to shave points against DePaul at the old Garden, in the days when college hoops were so much bigger than the NBA or the Knicks.
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New York Daily News
News Date:
Sunday, February 15, 2015
News Headline: The Malignos of Annadale: And they lived happily ever after the Monster Mash Dance
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They were married June 23, 1968, while Vincent was a junior in Manhattan College and Amelia a sophomore at St. John's University.
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Staten Island Advance
News Date:
Monday, February 16, 2015
News Headline: 87 Undergraduate Schools Recognized By myActions For Green & Compassionate Student Activity
News Text:
myActions, the leading student-powered college network for sharing sustainable and socially responsible actions, is proud to announce recipients of the Student Actions Awards for the 2014 Fall Semester. The award honors undergraduate schools for student demonstrated leadership, momentum and impact of green, caring and healthy actions.
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Virtual Strategy Magazine
News Date:
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
News Headline: Florida pastor: VR technology can make church more immersive
News Text:
“I’m deeply curious about how an innovative church might make use of augmented reality in its services or festivals,” said Robert Geraci, Professor in the Department of Religion at Manhattan College and author of the book Virtually Sacred – Myth and Meaning in World of Warcraft and Second Life.
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Red Orbit
News Date:
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
News Headline: Manhattan Leaves Unique Home Field Behind
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Manhattan College’s campus, which is home to more than 3,000 students, itself sits on only 22 acres and is wedged between Broadway on the east and developed land that runs all the way to the Hudson River on the west.
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d1baseball.com
News Date:
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
News Headline: Muslim Scholar, Looking to ‘Speak the Truth,’ Teaches the Holocaust and Islam
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Dr. Afridi has made these seeming irreconcilables into companions in her life’s work. An assistant professor of religion at Manhattan College, she teaches courses about both Islam and the Holocaust, and she is director of the college’s Holocaust, Genocide and Interfaith Education Center.
Outlet Full Name:
New York Times
News Date:
Friday, February 20, 2015