June 2015 News

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    Holocaust Survivor Fellowship Casts Light on Religious Intolerance in Europe

    Fellowship connects Manhattan College and Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School students with survivors of the Holocaust for interviews to be documented through 2015.

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    Matthew McManness Appointed Vice President for Finance/Chief Financial Officer

    McManness brings 36 years of experience to the position.

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    Nearly 90% of May 2014 Graduates Have Secured Jobs or Enrolled in Grad School, Survey Suggests

    Results of a Manhattan College career survey indicate students’ progress in securing a full-time job and/or enrolling in a graduate or professional school within nine months of graduation.

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    Top 10 Places To Eat In and Around Riverdale

    With more than 24,000 restaurants, delis and eateries in New York City to choose from, it’s difficult to know where to begin. Luckily, the Riverdale area houses many top-rated restaurants heralding a wide range of cuisines and dining experiences.

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    Alumni Reconnect in Riverdale During Reunion Weekend 2015

    Nearly 500 Jaspers attended the 146th annual Alumni Reunion Weekend on campus from June 5 to 7.

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    Manhattan College to Formally Recognize School of Liberal Arts in Fall 2015

    Formerly the School of Arts, the name change clarifies its emphasis on liberal arts.

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    What It Takes To Win: Manhattan’s Business Analytics Competition

    More than a dozen teams went head-to-head in a two-phase contest at the first annual Business Analytics Conference and Competition (BAC@MC) hosted at Manhattan College from May 19-21. Judged by a panel of faculty advisers and practitioners, a team from Pace University reigned supreme and was awarded a $2,000 grand prize.

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    Competing Against Ph.D. Candidates, Undergrad Wins Research Award

    Jared Boyles ’16 received a fellowship award from The Dispute Resolution Research Center at Northwestern University during the International Association for Conflict Management conference.