School of Education and Health: Transforming Minds, Bodies and Lives
Faculty, students and alumni are making a difference in a wide range of settings, locally and globally.
As the third school established at Manhattan College, the School of Education and Health is certainly at the heart of the College’s mission by preparing students to be excellent teachers and professionals in a wide range of environments. The tradition of preparing teachers for the classroom began in the late 1800s and ever since, the College has been graduating educators who transform the world by cultivating brilliant minds, as well as brilliant hearts.
Constantly innovating its offerings to keep up with changing times, throughout the years the school has added graduate degrees in Counseling, School Building Leadership, and Instructional Design and Delivery, as well as undergraduate programs in Kinesiology and Radiological and Health Professions. The graduates of these programs go on to make an impact outside of the traditional classroom, from nurturing personal wellness and growth and helping students and schools succeed to developing healthier bodies and better patient outcomes.
Here are just a few of the ways faculty, students and alumni of the school have recently made a difference, locally and globally: