Press Release Archive 2011
Manhattan College education students recently returned from a two-week service trip to Windhoek, Namibia.
One of the greatest attributes of Manhattan’s L.O.V.E. program is that it allows students to choose their experience by offering various types of outreach based on the destination.
Option also prepares graduates for pharmaceutical and food industries.
Generous donors and former Jaspers are helping Manhattan College students fund their education and achieve their goals.
A total of 85 Manhattan College student athletes were named to the 2010-2011 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Academic Honor Roll on July 11.
As an academic component to Manhattan College’s new graduate M.B.A. program launching this fall, 10 graduate business students from the Class of 2012 embarked on a two week trip to India earlier this summer to gain a first-hand look at the rising Indian market.
Many people run to stay in shape and achieve a personal best time, but Lauren Lundy O’Connor ’02 is running for a cause
Five Manhattan College mechanical engineering students attended the Society of Automobile Engineers Mini-Baja competition.
Manhattan College is pleased to announce that Constantine E. Theodosiou, Ph.D., has been named the new dean of the school of science starting July 1.
In the early 1970s, Harold DeRienzo ’75 started volunteering with the College’s social action group, and today is still working to provide a better life for thousands of underprivileged New Yorkers.