Press Release Archive 201105
Manhattan College student, Katherine P. Krauss, class of 2011 and a resident of Montvale, N.J., was honored with the Donald J. Carty Valedictory Medal at its Spring Honors Convocation on May 19.
Manhattan College awarded nearly 700 degrees in some 40 major fields of study from its five schools in arts, business, education, engineering and science at its 169th Undergraduate Commencement on May 22.
Manhattan College awarded more than 200 degrees at its Spring Commencement on May 21.
Manhattan College student, Tricia Dimino-Pao, a resident of Marlboro, N.J., and a September 2010 graduate of the professional diploma in administration and supervision program, presented the valedictory speech on May 21 at the College’s Spring Commencement.
The Manhattan College senior has already been a dedicated volunteer in Ecuador.
Both trailing after the first day of the MAAC Outdoor Championships, the Manhattan College men's and women's track & field teams battled back into contention on day two.
Professor Competes in National Sustainable Expo To Fund Research for Water Purification System in the Philippines
James Patrick Abulencia, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemical engineering at Manhattan College, is currently testing a sustainable technology in his native country, the Philippines.
Ever pick up a book and find yourself asking questions that you wish the author could simply answer right then and there? Well, the good news is that this year all a Jasper had to do was ask.
Junius Kellogg ’53 was the first African-American basketball player to play for the College.