September 2018 News

  1. Actor in The Winter's Tale production

    American Shakespeare Center Returns to Manhattan College

    The touring troupe will perform The Winter’s Tale on Friday, October 12.

  2. Student and faculty doing research in rooftop garden

    Research Scholars Day Highlights Summer’s Work in Several Areas

    Students present on topics in liberal arts, business, health, science and engineering.

  3. Sister Tesa Fitzgerald with young students

    Center for the Study of the Future of Education to Host Sister Tesa Fitzgerald, CSJ

    The founder of Hour Children, Sister Tesa will share ideas to end intergenerational incarceration.

  4. Keith Brower presents award to Joan Cammarata

    Joan Cammarata Nominated by Students to Receive Costello Excellence in Teaching Award

    Cammarata is a beloved professor in the Modern Languages and Literatures department.

  5. O'Malley School of Business entrance

    Manhattan Formally Dedicates O'Malley School of Business

    A $25 million gift from Thomas O’Malley ’63 will allow the College to enhance programs and financial aid to all students.

  6. View of Smith Hall from quadrangle

    Manhattan to Host Two Blood Drives in Response to Hurricane Florence

    There is an urgent need for blood donations due to the hurricane’s impact.

  7. Flowers in front of Smith Auditorium

    Counseling Grad Student Moving Up the Ranks of Professional Association

    Lee Seguin ’21 (M.S.) is working to increase the availability of mental health services.

  8. View of Smith Hall from Walsh Plaza

    Sheetal Kale Named Director of Equity, Diversity and Chief Title IX Coordinator

    In the role, Kale will reinforce the College’s dedication to the creation of a safe climate for all.

  9. 2018 W.I.S.E. Participant Mikeisha Kelly at work for Rubenstein Public Relations in New York City

    NYC Summer Internship Program Prepares Students for Career Success

    In its inaugural year, the W.I.S.E. (Women Inspiring Successful Enterprise) professional development summer internship program was a resounding success.

  10. Student with Bryan Wilkins in science lab

    Manhattan College Again Among Top Schools Recognized by U.S. News

    Student veterans and engineering programs highlighted as standout programs.

  11. Fatimah Asghar headshot photo

    Major Author Reading Series Starts with Poet Fatimah Asghar

    Asghar’s work has been featured on PBS, NBC, Teen Vogue and Huffington Post.

  12. Sunset in Hawaii

    From Hawaii to Spain: Heather O’Connell ’02 Earns Fulbright to Continue Science Education

    The Manhattan College graduate received a short-term award from the Fulbright program.

  13. Students on laptops in library

    What Can You Do with a Manhattan College Education? Anything.

    Manhattan College graduates are landing jobs in their desired fields with strong salaries.