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This year, we continued our legacy of academic excellence and welcomed new spaces to learn and grow on campus.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked Manhattan College 13th in its 2024 rankings of the nation’s best regional colleges and universities in the North, improving from 16th in 2023.
The College’s new Entrepreneurship Center in the O'Malley Library fosters collaboration and nurtures students interested in launching their own businesses and ventures.
In June, the Manhattan College Board of Trustees announced the appointment of Milo Riverso ’81, Ph.D., P.E., as its 21st president. Dr. Riverso, an alumnus of the College, is a highly accomplished leader in the engineering and construction industries, has a deep understanding of the higher education landscape and a long history of service to Manhattan College.
Following the global release of the groundbreaking chatbot ChatGPT, College hosted a forum this spring on the impact of AI that was moderated by thought leaders and distinguished alumni.
Student researchers this past summer learned about social media and anxiety, information technology, Irish step dancing and other topics.
It was announced in August that Manhattan College received a $639,778 grant from the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) “Campus Cyberinfrastructure” program. The grant is the largest NSF grant that the College has ever received.
The unveiling of the College’s 19th-century Angelus Bell, in a place of honor beside the Chapel of De La Salle and His Brothers, was one of many highlights that brought alumni together during Reunion Weekend in June.
Rainy weather couldn’t stop nearly 400 prospective students and more than 900 guests total from attending Open House in October. We can’t wait to welcome many of these future Jaspers to Manhattan College in the fall of 2024!
Irma Garcia, a veteran intercollegiate athletics administrator was appointed the director of athletics at Manhattan College, in June.
A ceremony held by the O'Malley School of Business in October celebrated renovations on the third floor of De La Salle Hall. The new space provides a learning environment that combines modern aesthetics with the latest in educational technology.
In January, the College hosted a women in STEM event to celebrate the accomplishments of women who have excelled academically and professionally. The event also introduced the many academic, extracurricular and professional opportunities available to future Manhattan College STEM students.