Press Release Archive 2012
Pulitzer prize winners and poet laureates are among the authors who have participated in the Major Author Reading Series program at Manhattan College.
Graduate engineering course examines the engineering-construction industry from a business angle and uses case studies to examine real-world problems.
School of Business course gives students the opportunity to participate in the Federal Reserve Challenge Competition in New York City’s Financial District.
From June 7-10, Manhattan College hosted the Media Ecology Association’s 13th annual convention, bringing together hundreds of media experts from around the world to present and discuss their latest findings in media culture.
M.B.A. students participating in the Doing Business in the BRIC Economies experiential course had the opportunity to visit Brazil this summer.
From June 1-3, Manhattan College alumni gathered on campus to celebrate the College’s 143rd Reunion Weekend.
Fulbright Scholar Grant recipient and religious studies professor Robert Geraci, Ph.D. examines the intersection of religion, robotics, artificial intelligence and video games.
History professor George Kirsch publishes his book "Six Guys From Hackensack: Coming of Age in the Real New Jersey" and prepares to retire after 40 years teaching at Manhattan.
The College community gathered on May 19 to celebrate the accomplishments of nearly 300 students receiving master’s and bachelor’s degrees at the Spring Commencement.
Nearly 1,000 bachelor's and master's students graduated from Manhattan College on May 19 and 20.