October 2023 News

  1. Bart Horn

    Manhattan College Physics Professor Receives $135,000 NSF Grant to Study Early Universe Cosmology

      Bart Horn, Ph.D., wants to create opportunities for undergraduates and introduce a new generation of researchers to the field  

  2. Fall Campus

    Manhattan College Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2023 Announced

    Six individuals and one team will be honored on November 11.      

  3. De La Salle Third Floor Dedication

    The O'Malley School of Business at Manhattan College Unveils Transformation of Third Floor, De La Salle Hall

    The renovations bring a learning environment that combines modern aesthetics with the latest in educational technology.       

  4. Angelina Persaud

    Chemical Engineering Student Completed Summer Internship at Columbia University Climate Research Laboratory

    Angelina Persaud ’25, studied the applications of ultrasonic technology for drying processes to increase energy efficiency.      

  5. Fair Trade Fuel

    Manhattan College to Host Fair Trade Halloween Sale

     The sale is run by students from the O’Malley School of Business.      

  6. SOLA Global Engagement Lab

    The School of Liberal Arts Global Engagement Lab Transforms Learning

    The state-of-the-art classroom enables distance education, remote collaboration and immersive learning experiences.      

  7. Fall Campus

    Manhattan College Ranked in the Top 2% on Payscale College Salary Report

    The average alumni, mid-career salary of $152,400 is 12% higher than in the 2021-2022 report.      

  8. Pride Center

    Pride Center Set for Grand Opening on October 11

    The center will serve as a gathering place and supportive environment for the campus LGBTQ+ community.      

  9. Angel Pineda

    Mathematics Professor Awarded a $434,000 Grant from the National Institutes of Health

    This is a renewal of Angel Pineda’s current grant continuing his research into MRI effectiveness and efficiency.      

  10. Jimena  González-Ramírez

    Manhattan College Professor Awarded Grants to Diversify Economics Education

    Jimena González-Ramírez wants to increase the success of women and historically underrepresented groups in the economics profession.