News Headline: Five ways your company can get business value out of virtual reality
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"Imagine a videoconference in which you can look around and see avatars of your colleagues, all exploring a model, prototype, or scientific visualization together," said Michael Grabowski, an associate professor at Manhattan College who studies VR. "You all can be immersed within the design and virtually test or reconfigure the model."
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ZDNet
News Date:
Monday, February 1, 2016
News Headline: Mansion Built for Jesus, Available for Rental in the Meantime
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It was built in 1928 by a religious order who thought Jesus deserved a fancy manse when he came back to life. The order disbanded in 1958 and the new owners (Sandra and Jerry Galuten, who bought the place in the 80s from Manhattan College) went to work resurrecting the 2.3-acre estate itself — making it even more heavenly.
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Yahoo! Travel
News Date:
Monday, February 1, 2016
News Headline: EPA Says U.S. Requires Significant Spending on Wastewater Infrastructure
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The fact that such a large investment is required within such a short timeframe is unsurprising, says Jeanette A. Brown, P.E., BCEE, F.ASCE, D.WRE, currently a research assistant professor at Manhattan College in Riverdale, New York, and formerly the executive director of Connecticut's Stamford Water Pollution Control Authority.
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American Society of Civil Engineers
News Date:
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
News Headline: County athletes who are expected to particpate in National Signing Day
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St. Johns County athletes who are expected to participate in National Signing Day ceremonies at their schools today (note some players signed previously): ST. JOSEPH Soccer: Olivia Printy, Manhattan College.
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The St. Augustine Record
News Date:
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
News Headline: Signing Day at LBCC Highlighted By Huge Josh Fatu News
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The Vikings also recognized several non-football signees, including baseball players Tai Tiedemann (Manhattan College) and Sean Williams (Georgetown College, KY), soccer player James Pacheco (Concordia), and Justin Weaver (Marymount University).
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Long Beach Gazette
News Date:
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
News Headline: Signing Day: Don Bosco Prep
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Don Bosco Prep 2/3/2016 National Signing Day Commitments: Yasin Dombaysi – Union College – Soccer Moritz Eisold – Manhattan College – Soccer
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NorthJersey.com
News Date:
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
News Headline: Signing Day: Bergen Catholic
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Here are the following twenty-nine Bergen Catholic seniors who will play a sport at the NCAA level next year: Peter Berkanish (Connecticut College-Soccer) Gene Coleman (University of Rhode Island-Football) Daniel DeLorenzi (Columbia University-Football) Matt DiScola (Manhattan College-Lacrosse)
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NorthJersey.com
News Date:
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
News Headline: NFL in NYC: Pro Football's History in the Five Boroughs
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Ebbets Field hosted several pro football teams in its brief history, including the short-lived Brooklyn Lions, New York Brickley Giants, the Brooklyn Dodgers, and the Brooklyn Tigers. But it was used more frequently for collegiate match-ups, and was home base for Manhattan College's football team in the 1930s.
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Curbed NY
News Date:
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
News Headline: New York Building Foundation Announces Additions to its Board of Governors
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Also honored at the Theatre Benefit, a fundraising event to support ongoing Building Foundation initiatives, was the Manhattan College Summer Engineering Awareness Program. For more than 30 years, the Program has introduced high school students to potential careers in engineering and helped minority and female students gather information about SAT preparation, scholarships, and financial aid.
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Citybizlist - New York
News Date:
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
News Headline: Seven St. Joseph athletes sign letters of intent
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Seven student-athletes at St. Joseph High in Trumbull signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, Feb. 3, at a press conference. Nicole Williams will be playing Division I softball at Manhattan College.
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Trumbull Times
News Date:
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
News Headline: Brother Scanlan Honored With Father Hesburgh Award
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Brother Thomas Scanlan, F.S.C., president emeritus of Manhattan College, was honored Jan. 30 with the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities Reverend Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Award.
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Catholic New York
News Date:
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
News Headline: Young Public Servant Dons CB7 District Manager’s Cap
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A Bronx-bred native, Sandler grew up in Riverdale. He graduated from Manhattan College with a degree in political science after flirting with the idea of working as a comedian or working in film.
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Norwood News
News Date:
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
News Headline: Renewal FAFSA: Why It’s Easier and Why You Should Complete It Now
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But there are some notable, encouraging differences between the initial and the renewal FAFSA. “It’s not as tedious as it was before,” says Denise Scalzo, director of financial aid at Manhattan College.
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NerdWallet
News Date:
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
News Headline: 212 LAX wraps winter season
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Both weekends proved to be strong showings for the club led by former UNC Tar Heel Mike Acee, Manhattan College's Brian Bilzi, Notre Dame's Casey Price and Westminster's Christian Pompoco.
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Park Record Online
News Date:
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
News Headline: Tompkins Financial Advisors Promotes Genn
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Genn holds an undergraduate degree from Manhattan College, where he also received his master’s in business administration. He serves as director of the Hudson Valley Estate Planning Council, is a board and finance committee member of Astor Family Services, and is a member of the Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Legislative Action Committee.
Outlet Full Name:
Hudson Valley News Network
News Date:
Thursday, February 4, 2016
News Headline: Professional Profile: Vincent Ettari 2008
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College: Manhattan College First job outside of real estate: Teaching math at a Montessori School, New Rochelle
Outlet Full Name:
New York Real Estate Journal
News Date:
Thursday, February 4, 2016
News Headline: First televised NFL game: an Eagles defeat
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Allen Walz, 30, was a New Yorker who had been a Golden Gloves boxing champion and an outstanding rower. A graduate of the Hun School and NYU, he worked for the Dale Carnegie Institute before, in 1934, establishing the rowing program at Manhattan College.
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Philly.com
News Date:
Friday, February 5, 2016
News Headline: Professor travels across the country to begin interfaith dialogue
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The UW’s Race and Equity Initiative hosted the fourth of eight events in Kane Hall, inviting Afridi, from Manhattan College in Bronx, N.Y., to share her experience as a Muslim-American woman as well as her focus on interfaith studies.
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The Daily of the University of Washington
News Date:
Friday, February 5, 2016
News Headline: Pope Francis Builds A Bridge to the East
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The surprise announcement from Rome today of the upcoming meeting between Moscow Patriarch Kirill and Pope Francis “shows definitively Francis' vocation as a pontiff, a bridge builder,” Manhattan College Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Kevin Ahern says.
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America: The National Catholic Review
News Date:
Friday, February 5, 2016
News Headline: This Is What Hillary Told Wall Street Behind Closed Doors
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“Traditionally, Wall Street plays both sides of the fence on its political donations,” says Charles Geisst, a financial historian and professor at Manhattan College. “What's happening now is neither side is coming through with the things Wall Street feels it is entitled to, and so everybody just wants to give up. But they can’t, because they are going to continue to be in the limelight whether they like it or not.”
Outlet Full Name:
Zero Hedge
News Date:
Saturday, February 6, 2016
News Headline: Emily Rose Center on history-setting team
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Emily Rose Center, who played soccer for Guilderland High School, plays now on the Manhattan College team. Last fall, she made the Division 1 all-rookie all-star team for women’s soccer in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference for Manhattan College.
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The Altamont Enterprise
News Date:
Sunday, February 7, 2016
News Headline: A Muslim Scholar Explores the Holocaust
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Dr. Mehnaz Afridi is a Muslim scholar of the Holocaust. She is director of the Holocaust, Genocide and Interfaith Education Center at Manhattan College, a Catholic college in New York City. The Center’s mission is to promote interfaith dialogue among Muslims, Jews, and Christians. Born in Karachi, Pakistan, raised in Europe, the Middle East and Scarsdale, New York, Dr. Afridi brings a unique perspective to her interfaith work.
Outlet Full Name:
The House of Podcasts
News Date:
Monday, February 8, 2016