Press Release Archive 2011
Christopher Gorman ’05 planned on pursuing a career after graduation in writing or journalism, but is now helping to co-chair the Spectrum, an initiative at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Manhattan College continues to prepare future journalists and communications professionals to go after their dreams by awarding annual scholarships for students to work on the College newspaper.
Anyone who has ever flown into New York City, driven from Manhattan to New Jersey or taken the PATH train has benefited from the work of Peter Zipf ’79, chief engineer at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ)
UCHC’s commitment to helping others similar to College’s
Manhattan College’s Lasallian Leaders Receive Record Number of Service Hours for the 2010-2011 School Year
Manhattan College’s Lasallian Leaders logged more than 1,806 service hours during the 2010-2011 school year.
Nearly 20 Manhattan College faculty and staff attended a one to two week Lasallian formation program earlier this summer as a way to reflect and learn more extensively about the Lasallian Catholic teachings.
Robert Wasp presented the results of a student project on New York City’s water supply at the New York Water Environment Association (NYWEA) conference in February.
As a student at Archbishop Stepinac High School, Stephen Forlini ’12 had already ruled out going to Manhattan College because he felt the cost of attendance was out of reach. Until he met Fran Broderick, a former Mount St. Vincent professor of communications and, along with husband Ray, the benefactor of the Donald R. Broderick ’86 scholarship.
From July 5 through July 8, 19 Bronx high school students participated in the third Summer Literacy Institute program on Manhattan College’s campus.
Summer study abroad course teaches the chemistry of winemaking in Florence, Italy.