Follett Assumes Management of the Manhattan College Bookstore
Follett had previously operated the bookstore before 2014.
Follett had previously operated the bookstore before 2014.
It was the College’s first nomination.
The Manhattan College students were awarded a total of $34,500.
Manhattan College hosted 23 teams and 88 students.
Celebrated chef and television host Lidia Matticchio Bastianich delivered the Commencement address and Alixandria James ’23, was the graduating class valedictorian.
James has spent her four years in college serving others and excelling academically.
Former FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro delivered the Commencement address and Oscar Leon ’21, ’22 (M.S.) was the graduating class valedictorian.
Leon will be graduating with a master’s degree in organizational leadership.
A public health major and Truman Scholar, James will be the student speaker at Undergraduate Commencement.
Leigh’s work has appeared in many publications including The Atlantic and Ploughshares.
The conference helps students build critical professional and personal skills.
Manhattan is part of a worldwide community of colleges and universities that are committed to addressing growing environmental challenges.
This year’s programming will help students gain a better understanding of the war’s legacy and continued relevance today.
The new program prepares students for fast growing careers in the health professions.
Criminology classes will have a particular emphasis on social injustice and inequality that impact low-income communities.
The traveling oral history and film project presents first-person accounts of serving life in prison without parole.
The school will help prepare its students for careers in high-demand health fields.
The College is offering robust merit-based scholarships to encourage transfer students to complete their degrees.
Thought leaders will discuss the profound implications of AI and the challenges it will bring.
The opening ceremony is scheduled for Thursday, March 2 at 4:30 p.m.
The freshman representative spoke about a variety of issues at the February event.
Dominique Whyte ’25 is also passionate about her research in sustainable energy and development.
The best-selling author continues supporting students at his alma mater.
Rebecca Coglianese ’23, is passionate about her future in astrophysics while battling a cancer diagnosis.
The event introduced prospective students to the unique opportunities that await them at Manhattan College.
Oleg Goushcha, an adjunct mechanical engineering professor, conducts wind tunnel testing on the Space Launch System Rocket. .
Three new noncredit programs have been introduced to promote career advancement.
Here we revisit the most memorable moments of 2022, a year of new beginnings and innovation.
From all of us at Manhattan College, we wish you a Merry Christmas, blessed New Year, and a happy and healthy holiday season.
Their careers in education at Manhattan College have been dedicated to leadership and service.
Erika J. Pichardo, Ph.D, has joined Manhattan College as Title IX officer, under the direction of the College Compliance and Ethics office.
Gift Creates the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Scholarship Fund at Manhattan College.
The College was recognized for its voter education efforts.
Gift will support what will now be known as the Aimee and Michael Kakos '58 School of Science at Manhattan College.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) award will help College faculty and alumni develop learning modules that prepare undergraduate engineering students for the workplace.
The Electrical and Computer Engineering department at Manhattan College has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to engage in research focused on smart and connected systems technology. As part of the award, College students will spend eight weeks in Spain at the University of Zaragoza.
The Manhattan College alumnus will work alongside NASA scientists and mentors at the organization’s facility as he researches spacecraft landings.
From engineering to the liberal arts, Model UN alumni look back on how it shaped their careers.
Manhattan College is offering a $2,000 scholarship to admitted first-year students who plan to attend Manhattan College and have graduated from a Lasallian middle or secondary school.
Lecleir receives a Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) to study Swahili in Tanzania during the summer of 2022.
Ashley Reddington ’22, ’22 (MBA) is awarded the Linda M. and Peter M. Musumeci Jr. Foundation Inc. Scholarship to assist students enrolled in the O’Malley School of Business during their junior and senior years.
Nazar has spent her four years in college serving others and excelling academically.
Bowers will graduate with a master’s degree in school counseling.
A biology major and captain of the Jaspers’ softball team, Rising will be the student speaker at Undergraduate Commencement.
Manhattan students are participating alongside other New York institutions in the CREATE Symposium.
The journal’s mission is to publish critical and engaging work in musicology.
Manhattan College students are producing high-level basketball broadcasts on ESPN.
Two studies show that Manhattan College can help students earn and achieve more after graduation.
Murtada will travel to Venice, Italy, in the spring.
Jasper student-athletes have graduated at a 98% success rate.
Students can earn an advanced certificate in green power and sustainable energy.
Washington Monthly includes Manhattan on its list of colleges that do the most to turn students into active citizens.
The women’s soccer standout has a chance at the top honor given to a women’s soccer scholar-athlete.
Civil engineers are helping the U.S. military maintain a safe environment.
On October 5, the Center will host the authors of “We Refuse to be Enemies,” a story about an unlikely friendship.
The grant will support the development of a digital humanities project entitled “The Latino Catskills.”
The Center has educated students and the community for a quarter century.
Winston Peters ’02 will be the program coordinator of the entrepreneurship program.
The group received $8,500 in total scholarships.
Micaela Beatty ’21 received a distinguished service award from the Phi Epsilon Kappa honor society.
A first-generation college student, Mejia is one of 50 students selected from across the country.
The Gunn Medal is one of the College’s highest undergraduate honors.
Capuder will be the student speaker at the 2021 Undergraduate Commencement.
Díaz-López is currently enrolled in the mechanical engineering Ph.D. program at Johns Hopkins University.
Six young professionals reflect on how their time at Manhattan College shaped their job success after graduation.
These upgrades are part of a continuing effort to upgrade South Campus facilities.
A senior design project turned into a Department of Energy competition with 16 large universities.
The winning team took home $4,500 in prize money to help launch its startup.
Manhattan College faculty and students are working to help each other build a strong financial foundation.
The men's lacrosse standout and current graduate student has earned a 4.0 GPA in three semesters.
A biology major and chemistry minor, Gramajo is gaining first-hand healthcare experience.
A double major in finance and management, Warley is one of the top players on the women’s basketball team.
Students can develop a critical awareness of digital media art as an agent of social change.
Scholarship links academic goals for business student Lorenzo Luciano ’21's to his Italian heritage.
Here we revisit the most memorable moments of 2021, a year that helped us return to the people and places we love at Manhattan College.
As one Manhattan College community, we rose to the many challenges of 2020 and celebrated our victories together.
Two seniors offer face masks and other clothing items on the e-commerce website they launched together.
Manhattan College alumni have a larger earnings premium over peers after graduating.
The real estate minor will be within the O’Malley School of Business.
The grant will assist a project to increase the transmission and storage of renewable energy.
O’Malley School of Business students are gaining firsthand experience managing a portfolio.
Catholic institutions offer students a higher ROI than other private and liberal arts colleges just 10 years after degree completion.
Student projects this year explore social and environmental issues, workplace satisfaction, healthcare and other areas.
Remote and on-campus options for student support, including helpful advice for mental health from Manhattan’s counseling and therapy expert.
Manhattan College students highlight the College’s location and faculty in the annual edition.
This is the third year the organization has given scholarships to college students who live in New York City and Long Island.
Students applying to Manhattan College for admission in the fall of 2021 have the option to include standardized test scores.
Tekeyah Sears, Ed.D., MPH is the program director of the allied health/public health programs at Manhattan College.
Adam Arenson, Ph.D., professor of history and director of the Urban Studies program at Manhattan College, has been selected as the recipient of the 2020 Costello Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Angel Pineda, Ph.D., associate professor of mathematics, has been awarded a three-year National Institutes of Health (NIH) $395,000 grant.
Eight Manhattan College civil engineering students have been awarded scholarships from member firms and regions of the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York (ACEC New York).
Manhattan Mathematics Professor Wins Distinguished Teaching Award. Helene Tyler spreads passion for mathematics through her teaching at the College and volunteer work in Cambodia.
Manhattan Offering Online and Remote Summer Session Courses. Nearly 200 classes will be available through online and remote options.
The distinction comes from the Catholic Volunteer Network.
Manhattan College Starts Preparing for a Return to Campus. A task force and advisory council have been created and charged with developing a comprehensive plan.
Ellen Farrelly ’20 has been awarded Manhattan College’s Joseph J. Gunn ’30 Alumni Medal.
Miguel Díaz-López ’20 Named Manhattan College’s Undergraduate Valedictorian.
Manhattan College Names Hongbin Xu ’19, ’20 (M.S.) Spring Commencement Valedictorian.
Matthew L. Sweeney ’21, a civil engineering major, is the first Manhattan College student to receive a prestigious honorable mention from the Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation.
The graduating senior eventually plans to become an oral maxillofacial surgeon.
The graduating senior includes student teaching and being part of the Jasper Dancers among her favorite Manhattan College memories.
Students’ Entrepreneurial Ideas Shine at Virtual Innovation Challenge. The virtual format may have been new, but the levels of competition and audience interest were as high as ever on April 16, when the O’Malley School of Business hosted its annual Innovation Challenge on Facebook Live.
The veteran student from China has a penchant for photography and a passion for computers, which he will explore while pursuing a master's in software engineering.
A grant from the foundation supports the criminal justice education initiative.
Kaishian is preparing for a career in the public health by pursuing a master’s degree in health policy at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health.
Pizzimenti is one of fifteen college students nationwide to be awarded the fellowship.
The graduating senior has been interested in computer systems since he was a child growing up in the Dominican Republic.
Students will acquire skills useful in analyzing the current global pandemic.
The Texas native has immersed himself in Manhattan College’s sports media production program.
Schreiner had been the Dean of the School of Engineering at The College of New Jersey for 12 years.
Roca is a mathematics major in the School of Science.
Tekeyah Sears, Ed.D., MPH is the program director of the allied health/public health programs at Manhattan College.
Coronavirus may cause the 2020 Summer Olympics to be postponed or canceled.
The chemical engineering major reflects on her Manhattan College experience and looks forward to beginning her career.
Nearly 40 Manhattan College students are volunteering to help neighbors file their taxes.
Students and faculty teamed up to investigate how human activity delays the subway.
Three graduating seniors received Fulbright awards in the 2019-20 academic year.
Kinesiology faculty will train student teachers for the e-cigarette prevention program.
The collaboration will include internships, research and funding for entrepreneurial endeavors.
The O’Malley School of Business now offers concentrations to emphasize career tracks in analytics and global business.
Manhattan College’s School of Engineering recently established a new laboratory for cosmetic engineering graduate students within the chemical engineering department.
From the office of Career Pathways, here's how to prepare for upcoming Manhattan College career fairs.
Civil engineering major Clio Chen ’21 laughs now when she remembers struggling with the physics concepts in her sophomore year Statics course.
The year 2019 was defined by progress and new beginnings, student achievement and reflection. Learn about the most exciting events of the year on campus.
The new major will incorporate two tracks in community health and health care administration.
A Bronx resident, Rogalewski is an electrical engineering major and mathematics minor.
Herndon will graduate in December with a bachelor’s degree in international studies.
Manhattan College mechanical engineering students and faculty collaborate to design a motorized car seat that is safe for kids.
From the office of Admissions and Financial Aid, here’s advice on how to submit an application to Manhattan College that stands out.
The Honors Program offers seminar-style core classes, a capstone research project and career-related networking activities.
Twenty students will receive a James Patterson scholarship for the 2019-20 academic year.
The grant will allow students to study how bacteria come together to cause infections.
Students receive distinguished honors that connect them to extraordinary learning experiences during college and after graduation.
Dedicated to the memory of Holocaust survivors and justice seekers, the exhibit opens in November.
Farzana Begum ’20 gained industrial experience that mirrored her lab work on campus.
Alumni report a median mid-career salary of $125,700.
The new major will incorporate studies in music recording, audio technology and critical theory.
The outlet noted Manhattan’s proven ability to change the lives of its students.
Civil and environmental engineering students are part of New York’s plan to move toward a carbon neutral city.
$1 million will go toward the fourth phase of Leo renovations.
Students say Manhattan College's New York City location can’t be beat.
Kelly oversees all operations and policy for the detachment hosted at Manhattan College.
Manhattan’s latest interdisciplinary projects highlight the many upsides to crossing academic lines.
Aravind Suresh, Ph.D., earned a major grant from the National Science Foundation.
Using his degrees in aerospace and mechanical engineering, Tyler McCloskey '17, '18 (M.S.) helps manage the military sector of his new career.
Cristina Pérez Jiménez, Ph.D., earns competitive national fellowship.
Madison Richards ’19 is in Italy this summer in advance of graduating in December.
The Gunn Medal is one of the College’s highest undergraduate honors.
A hands on experience at Booz Allen provided Ellison Madsen ’19 with experience in blockchain technology.
After transferring to Manhattan College, Shew landed a job in the field of her choice.
A mechanical engineering major, Diaz is one of 496 students nationwide to gain the award.
Throughout the year, the Manhattan College community will reflect on the meaning of the Lasallian tradition.
Graduating seniors Jordyn DiCostanzo, Emma Kaishian and Caroline Kane helped conduct a walkability assessment this semester in Yonkers that prioritized street safety for children and the disabled.
Graduating senior Kieran Schnur ’19 is measuring air pollution in the northwest Bronx and New York City.
A team of civil engineers from Purdue University and Manhattan College is providing support after wildfires struck.
Three Manhattan College graduating seniors have earned Fulbright English Teaching Assistant awards.
Their visit from April 14-20 strengthened an academic partnership between Universidad de La Salle and the College.
A kinesiology major, Stallings will graduate in May.
Two organizations highlight Manhattan College’s MBA and Accounting programs.
The winning idea is an app that connects automobile drivers to mechanics.
Manhattan College faculty and students are using engineering education to develop future STEM leaders.
Aspiring DNA cancer researcher Shereen Chaudhry aims to one day prevent the risk of certain human genetic diseases.
The longtime Manhattan College professor will retire in May with a long-lasting impact.
Students will produce live Manhattan College sporting events beginning with the 2019-20 basketball season.
Students from the Data Mining for Business Analytics course learned about Microsoft’s analytics services.
Students speak on the valuable connections they maintain after the semester is over or in some cases, after graduation.
Students can learn about programs in education and health, engineering, science and business.
A community-engaged learning class encourages students to ask questions about food.
Students are learning about little-known areas in their backyard.
Students are helping their community while gaining hands-on experience.
A winter break volunteer experience in Michigan helped business student and graduating senior Olivia Gartland understand the reality of the Flint water crisis.
Mentored by Rostislav Konoplich, Ph.D., the physics major was able to spend a summer at CERN in Switzerland.
Being a Manhattan College student comes with a lot of perks.
Manhattan College’s Teacher Opportunity Corps has placed students into a variety of teaching positions.
Goma has taught accounting at Manhattan College for 30 years.
2018 Year in Review
Friedenberg conducted experiments with student participants, comparing which types of shapes are most attractive.
Manhattan College produced a 97 percent GSR for the cohort with 10 programs attaining a perfect 100 GSR.
Rose Klimovich, a faculty member in the O’Malley School of Business, has studied Amazon’s impact on the retail economy.
The Manhattan College community dedicates a community artwork to commemorate the life and legacy of St. John Baptist de La Salle for the Tercentenary.
An introductory religious studies course helps student veterans transition to college life.
Stephen Ribuffo ’77 plays a crucial role at the Port of Alaska in Anchorage.
The best-selling novelist and Manhattan College alum continues to give back.
Interested students can learn more about the College’s postgraduate programs.
From Yelping the greatest slice of New York City pizza near campus to balancing your academic and extracurricular interests.
Pietrzak used Manhattan College connections to create a new business model.
Students present on topics in liberal arts, business, health, science and engineering.
Lee Seguin ’21 (M.S.) is working to increase the availability of mental health services.
In its inaugural year, the W.I.S.E. (Women Inspiring Successful Enterprise) professional development summer internship program was a resounding success.
Manhattan College graduates are landing jobs in their desired fields with strong salaries.
Fun Fact: 75% of Manhattan College freshmen live on campus — making Move-in Day kind of a big deal!
The list calculates Manhattan College graduates’ average early career earnings at $60,700, an earnings premium of $13,300 over peer institutions.
Two teams of Manhattan College students worked with a New York State agency to improve workplace efficiency for disabled people.
The Higher Education Capital Matching Grant will be used toward the continued South Campus upgrades.
While living together in a community in Lee Hall, freshmen in the Arches program take one class together per semester that incorporates service projects and cultural excursions in New York City.
Students from all five undergraduate schools are conducting Manhattan College research in 2018.
Electrical engineers are working to quickly and accurately identify the stages of lung cancer.
Richard Kirchner, Ph.D., a School of Science professor emeritus who has inspired generations of Jaspers, continues crystallography research with students.
Students can complete the program as a full-time or part-time student, typically within two years.
Political science better describes the ways people engage in political activity.
Students from near and far came to Riverdale to analyze the city’s contracts and budget.
The sophomore education major received an REU grant from the National Science Foundation.
A poster presentation and alumni panel brought together more than 200 mechanical engineers.
The Joseph J. Gunn ’30 Alumni Medal is known as Manhattan College’s most prestigious undergraduate award.
Manhattan College students gain recognition from ACEC New York metropolitan chapter.
Miller and Murphy will receive honorary degrees during the week of Commencement.
Battocchio will receive the Carty valedictory medal and speak on behalf of her classmates at Commencement.
A student in the organizational leadership program, Krishnan will speak on behalf of her classmates at Spring Commencement.
Forbes rates Manhattan College among the top 10 Catholic colleges and universities.
Marshall Strawbridge ’21 is thriving in Manhattan College’s government and economics departments.
A team of Manhattan chemical engineering students construct a plan to bring power and clean water to a Lasallian grade school in Puerto Rico.
Students in the O’Malley School of Business continue to volunteer in the borough.
The largest gift in College history will support what will be known as the O’Malley School of Business.
The program’s mission is to develop female emerging leaders and empower them to advance professionally.
A team of Manhattan students recently placed in the Top 10 of the UniGame, an international business contest from the owners of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.
Manhattan College chemical engineers have the opportunity to intern and work at a number of organizations locally and nationally.
From February 11-27, the College will host a series of events focused on peace efforts.
A leader in the international organization will speak at the College on February 21.
Manhattan College’s course catalog encourages students to step outside of the classroom and put learning into action in the greatest city in the world.
Matt Marcello traveled all over New York City at a summer internship that gave him unique, valuable experience.
The College Fed Challenge provided a forum for Manhattan College students to evaluate the nominee to the country’s central bank.
Mentors have proven to be an invaluable resource for female engineering alumni, faculty and students.
An interdisciplinary program has given neighboring high school students a taste of potential STEM careers and an early look at higher education.
Communication majors will have the ability to take advantage of the College's partnership with ESPN to gain experience for working in the production field.
More than 100 veterans attend Manhattan College and excel in a variety of on-campus leadership roles.
Undergraduate students have the ability to learn the most spoken language in the world.
Four recent graduates from Manhattan College prove that a staunch commitment to our cities and the nation can yield success in the professional sphere.
Bryan Wilkins, Ph.D., a faculty member in the Biochemistry department, is working on chromatin remodeler complexes in living cells.
Students can complete a five-year program in computer science, earning a bachelor’s and master’s degree.
What started as a summer job at the O'Malley Library has turned into a career calling for Tim Gress ’19 whose discovery of a book collection prompted him to learn about book restoration and pursue a graduate degree in library science.
The new program will bring together students from six Lasallian colleges and universities.
Danielle Baik and Anthony DePinho gained valuable research experience in Massachusetts this summer.
Manhattan College students will share their research on current issues in a wide variety of disciplines
Manhattan College alum and best-selling author James Patterson ’69 will give twenty students academic scholarships for the 2017-18 school year.
From May - August, five seniors from Palestine lived on campus and became part of the College community as active participants in the Summer Research Program at Manhattan.
The College continues to maintain its status as a top choice among Northeast colleges.
A study abroad group relations experience helps students develop invaluable skills at a renowned hub for mental health training.
Starting in the spring of 2018, the College will offer a study-away Semester in New York City program for students from across the country.
From July 24 – 28, the Center for Academic Success hosted its seventh annual Summer Literacy Institute, an immersive learning experience that this year helped 30 rising high school seniors in New York City plan for college.
MONEY Magazine noted Manhattan alumni success after graduation.
A homegrown Veterans Success Program has provided a way for student veterans to acclimate to college life and find their place among peers.
Rising seniors Mia Bertoli and Timothy Hamling receive scholarships in memory of Brother Francis Bowers, FSC.
The program in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies is designed for working professionals to learn leadership skills.
An international studies major with a concentration in global issues and a minor in Spanish, Balaj will travel to Spain this summer.
Recent college graduates of the Schools of Liberal Arts, Business, Engineering and Science begin their careers working at top brands in the world's most stylish industries.
The NCAA recognized Manhattan College’s golf, softball, women's basketball and women's cross country teams.
Ochoa-Figueroa is Manhattan College’s first Fulbright finalist since 2004.
The Arches program is the premiere living-learning community for first-year students at Manhattan College. Here’s why you should join.
The Joseph J. Gunn ’30 Medal is one of the College’s highest undergraduate honors.
The American Council of Engineering Companies honors Manhattan College students for their academic success and work experience.
The Spring Commencement valedictorian, Brancale earned a 4.0 grade point average in the mental health counseling program, while completing three different fellowships.
Blind since the age of 5, Evans is a published author and graduated with an English major, a history minor and a medieval studies minor.
As their time at the College comes to an end, the Class of 2017 plots points on a map of the world — from Riverdale to Reykjavik — to share with us where their favorite Jasper moment took place.
Longtime adviser and co-founder of Earth Negotiations Bulletin encourages students to think globally but act locally.
Hilary Dubose, the Catholic Relief Services country representative for Jerusalem, West Bank and Gaza, visited campus to discuss her human development work and the College’s partnership with CRS.
Two groups of Manhattan College students solve a fictitious crime at the annual knowledge-building competition in New York City, one of which was ranked ninth among 20 teams entered in the Games.
The Manhattan College team captured a $10,000 prize.
Students and faculty aim to assist custodial workers with physical and developmental disabilities.
The scholarship fund will support civil engineering students in preparation for their careers.
The College ranked among the top four percent nationwide in PayScale’s annual survey.
The Republic of Kenya’s permanent representative to the United Nations (U.N.), Ambassador Macharia Kamau, visited campus on Apr. 6 to discuss world affairs with College seniors studying conflict resolution.
50 years ago this month, a landmark peace education conference at Manhattan College was lauded by esteemed educators, a U.N. official, and even the Pope.
Held on April 7, the first annual Lasallian Women’s Conference focused on women and sexuality, sexual assault and prevention, and ideas for a future resource center that caters to women’s issues.
Christine Seifert, author of the widely popular young adult novel, The Predicteds, gave a lecture on Apr. 5 that outfitted aspiring writers with the skills to draft and publish their own stories.
Five student veterans from the Schools of Business, Education and Health, Engineering and Liberal Arts spoke on a panel that discussed female empowerment in the military.
Remaining true to his biology roots, Jim Breheny ’81 brings integrity and credibility to his job as director of the Bronx Zoo.
JustPeace invited four speakers of different disciplines to share their perspectives on the Dakota Access Pipeline build for World Water Day 2017.
Manhattan College is increasing its efforts to include more community-based learning courses in the curriculum and forge more dynamic local partnerships.
Robin will deliver a presentation on The Reactionary Mind: Conservatism from Edmund Burke to Donald Trump.
A panel discussion during Manhattan College’s annual Peace Week offered examples of how the U.S. military propagates peace during wartime, as described by students and alumni who served.
A panel that took place on Feb. 7 heard career advice from professionals who have achieved success in business, data analytics and technology.
A beloved intersession course whisks Manhattan College students into the world of Shakespeare, Austen and Dickens.
Manhattan College students research the environmental effects of exposing portions of the Saw Mill River to sunlight.
Faculty from the Schools of Business, Engineering and Liberal Arts spent Jan. 1-9 forging research and other academic partnerships with students and faculty at Bethlehem University, Palestine, and meeting prominent leaders and NGOs in Bethlehem, Hebron, and Jerusalem, including the Catholic Relief Services (CRS).
Michele Saracino, Ph.D., professor and chair of religious studies, is researching swimming as a spiritual practice, relating our connection with water to our interactions with God and others in everyday life.
The program helps introduce foreign-language speakers to campus life in the United States.
Yale University professor of history will examine Alexander Hamilton’s life and legacy.
Manhattan College represented the United States at the National Model United Nations Conference in Washington, D.C. from Nov. 11-13 and earned a Distinguished Delegation Award.
With eye on top prize, economics and finance professor has a greater goal of empowering student participants.
The College expands its study abroad opportunities and partnerships in Ethiopia, Ghana and Rwanda.
Manhattan College senior River Castelonia ’17 co-founded Havenlabs in January 2016, a nonprofit focused on helping military veterans.
As more and more media outlets and organizations have published rankings of the nation’s top colleges, Manhattan College continues to earn praise for the value of its education.
The June Dwyer Liberal Arts Scholarship was established in 2011, and will be funded in the coming years by an estate gift to Manhattan.
Two things Manhattan College is well known for – social action and its engineering program – came together this summer to help solve water issues around the world.
Student-serving offices now together in one space near the Quadrangle.
U.S. News & World Report ranks Manhattan 15th among regional universities, and eighth among best colleges for veterans in the region.
In collaboration with mechanical engineering professors, four students successfully replicated an Adolphe Sax mouthpiece for a saxophone.
Manhattan is also recognized as one of top colleges in the Northeast.
According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, job growth in the field will increase by 30% in the next 10 years.
The recognition allows the kinesiology department to provide a professional support network.
From June 29 - July 2, some of the nation's brightest minds will come to the Riverdale campus.
During Harrison’s time at Manhattan, the School of Continuing and Professional Studies has developed into a vital pillar of the College.
Lindenhurst, N.Y., resident will study the Irish language in the Gaeltacht regions of Ireland.
A communication and government double major, Heinitz is recognized for her leadership and service to the College community.
Lafalgio completed Manhattan College’s dual five-year BA/MBA program in four years.
A native of Monroe, N.Y., Trieste will deliver the valedictory address at Undergraduate Commencement on Sunday, May 22.
Since its founding by Charles H. Thornton ’61, the ACE Mentor Program has helped hundreds of high school students learn about STEM fields.
Manhattan College students have access to a loyal alumni network, one-on-one counseling and professional marketing materials, as well as other job-seeking services.
The men’s golf, women’s basketball and softball programs were recognized after ranking among the top 10 percent in the NCAA's multi-year Academic Progress Rate report.
The College places in the top six percent in return on investment among all colleges and universities.
The College places seventh among Catholic institutions in the survey.
Led by Goli Nossoni, Ph.D., Manhattan College students are working toward developing a more sustainable infrastructure.
Manhattan College students are using College labs and equipment to help solve a nationwide issue.
Ten students attended the prestigious festival, boosting their own skills and the College’s reputation in the theater world.
School of Education and Health adds to catalog of graduate-level counseling, leadership, and education programs.
The new online M.B.A. and M.S. in Applied Mathematics-Data Analytics are designed to give graduates the interdisciplinary skills that employers need.
Abdias Myrtil shares his thoughts on Black History Month and how African-Americans are viewed in the past and present.
Faculty, students and alumni are making a difference in a wide range of settings, locally and globally.
Students will hear insights from author Brandy Wilson on Thursday, Feb. 25.
In partnership with Creative Art Works, students will create the first public piece of art at Manhattan College on a wall below Founders Bridge.
The author of What the Best College Students Do will lead a workshop on teaching and learning.
The Manhattan College president emeritus was honored by Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities.
Manhattan College senior Dylan Gray was a featured panelist at New American Colleges & Universities panel.
Jenifer Martin ’17 will study abroad in Madrid after receiving the award.
Led by Hany Guirguis, Ph.D., seven Manhattan College students earned a place in the Fed College Challenge’s finals, the College’s best showing ever.
Best-selling author James Patterson ’69 established annual scholarship program given to 10 juniors and 10 seniors at his alma mater.
Students working for the College’s Center for Academic Success recently tutored high schoolers in New York City for the SAT and are now assisting them on various aspects of the college application process.
View all the recent accomplishments and accolades of Manhattan College’s faculty, staff and students.
Manhattan’s graduation rate was second highest in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.
The College adds to its U.S. News & World Report recognition as a top destination for veteran students.
A prominent Muslim-American activist, Linda Sarsour, will deliver the keynote address on Wednesday, Nov. 4.
An unexpected roster of students is enrolled in Mehnaz Afridi’s seminar.
Selma Chirouf ’16 is pursuing an M.S. in organizational leadership from Manhattan College while raising her two-year-old daughter and continuing efforts for climate change awareness.
An expert in international policy and climate change, the longtime Manhattan College professor is recognized by the international studies honor society.
Nominated by one of his students, Br. Patrick is honored for 38 years of service to Manhattan College.
Manhattan College to host three notable authors during the fall semester.
A series of events will take place around campus in October to raise awareness about sustainable labor practices in the free market.
On Sept. 18, more than 65 students from five schools presented a summer of discovery with support from faculty mentors.
Roberts will deliver a lecture titled “Savant Spouses: Love, Marriage and Collaboration in Enlightenment France.”
Mayer invited to join faculty from across the country in research career advancing opportunity.
Driven by the papal encyclical, the month-long series of events tackles several current environmental issues.
The fall’s schedule of events begins on Sept. 9 with Peter B. Gudaitis, President of the National Disaster Interfaith Networks.
Eric Brody ’10 and Ben Hart ’11 founded Qinetic, a website offering free virtual fitness classes.
The online programs in instructional design and delivery and organizational leadership are designed to reach 21st century learners with innovative technology.
Since 1988, Br. Robert has made a wide-ranging impact on his alma mater.
International studies majors report to the United Nations headquarters to attend intergovernmental meetings and prepare briefs that often go directly to mission ambassadors.
The Linda and Dennis Fenton ’73 Endowment continues the Fentons’ supportive legacy.
Manhattan College recognized among the top 50 colleges that add the most value.
A new Study Away program asks students to consider grand questions in the great outdoors through a religious studies course taught by Philip Francis, Ph.D.
Additional math offerings add to Manhattan College’s STEM catalog.
Manhattan College, along with the Water Environment Federation and the Water Environment Research Foundation, will host the forum from Aug. 9-11.
Fellowship connects Manhattan College and Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School students with survivors of the Holocaust for interviews to be documented through 2015.
Formerly the School of Arts, the name change clarifies its emphasis on liberal arts.
Four first generation college students reflect on their experiences at Manhattan and how they’ve navigated through and acclimated to college life.
Attracting participants from 13 colleges and universities from across the nation, the events included a variety of field experts and industry leaders as well as an exciting competition for undergraduate students.
For the first time, the College’s highest undergraduate student honor goes to two deserving seniors.
The College community, faculty, family and friends gathered from May 14-17 to celebrate the accomplishments of more than 1,000 students receiving master’s and bachelor’s degrees from the Schools of Arts, Business, Education and Health, Engineering, Science, and Continuing and Professional Studies.
Chemical Engineering student will address graduates on Saturday, May 16.
Kimsy Tor ’15 receives Donald J. Carty Valedictory Medal.
As they turn their tassels, members of Manhattan College’s Class of 2015 reflect on the last four years and what it really means to be a Jasper.
Eileen Murray '80 and David J. O'Brien will speak at two spring commencement ceremonies and receive honorary degrees.
Edwards honored for article in the Journal of Medieval History.
Manhattan College students are stepping away from their desks and into the sunshine, where they’re leading lunchtime walks around campus, choosing equipment for a developing playground in Yonkers, and cheerleading for wellness along the way.
The report highlights Manhattan students’ return on investment.
The day-long event will feature multiple speakers and topics in philosophy.
For the first time ever, Manhattan College will offer a set of six intensive online courses to prepare non-business students for the MBA program.
Kozol will deliver a lecture on race, poverty and inequity in urban schools on April 22.
Beginning in fall 2015, the new major promotes an understanding of the relationship between human beings and their environment.
The School of Science and CURES to host events beginning on April 15.
Experts in slavery and human trafficking to present at conference on April 18.
An old course in a new venue specifically tailored to veterans affected by combat-stress, PTSD, and trauma, takes students to Paradise Island in the Bahamas to discover the healing power of yoga and meditation.
College receives nearly $600,000 to fund education of future engineers.
More than 100 classes will be available to Manhattan College and visiting students.
Kevin McBride, Ph.D., will discuss battlefield archeology of the Pequot War.
Historian Jeff Horn releases fifth book, Economic Development in Early Modern France: The Privilege of Liberty, 1650-1820.
Stephen J. Pope and Michael Spezio to present at lecture on April 20.
The Payscale 2015 College Return on Investment (ROI) Report cites Manhattan College as No. 18 among more than 400 private colleges nationwide.
George Giakos, Ph.D., to receive the 2014 IEEE-USA Professional Achievement for Individuals Award in May.
Payne will visit campus on March 25 and Kozol on April 22.
Sina Shahbazmohamadi, Ph.D., in collaboration with the University of Connecticut, is revolutionizing the history of music with the replication of rare antique instrument parts using a 3-D printer.
Business students to volunteer with the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program at the Northwest Bronx Resource Center in the Bronx for duration of tax season.
Manhattan College will host four critically acclaimed writers, including one alumnus, during the spring semester.
Co-sponsored by the Sociology and Women’s and Gender Studies departments, the discussion will focus on awareness and intervention.
Manhattan College’s HGI Center will focus on the Holocaust and its lingering effects throughout the 2015 spring semester.
Manhattan College will offer two new programs designed to help students fill special education teaching positions in high schools.
For the fourth year in a row, economics and finance professor Hany Guirguis, Ph.D., led a successful team to the Fed College Challenge in New York City.
Author of Big-Eyed Afraid and The Small Blades Hurt to wrap up the fall M.A.R.S. lecture series.
Murray Baumgarten, Ph.D., will deliver a talk entitled The Letters Propelled Me: Resisting Kristallnacht Then and Now.
The former dean of the School of Business receives an honorary doctorate degree.
College honors 20 juniors and seniors as the 2014-15 recipients of scholarships established by best-selling author James Patterson ’69.
Nominated by his students, the longtime Manhattan College professor was honored at the annual Costello Lecture series.
Manhattan College’s M.A.R.S. program continues with Ben Marcus.
Using their expertise on water filtration systems, two students and their professor visited a Lasallian school and Brothers community to advise on infrastructure.
Manhattan College will offer a new master’s program and a combined bachelor’s and master’s degree in advanced mathematics to continue its focus on STEM education.
Duke University art history professor is part of Phi Beta Kappa’s Visiting Scholar Program in conjunction with the Costello Lecture Series.
Three scholars will discuss representations of motherhood and pregnancy in popular culture.
Three students and their professional mentor traveled to the village of Mbirbua on the first of five trips to build a bridge for the community.
The College ranked No. 1 among Catholic institutions in the PayScale 2014-2015 College Salary Report’s alumni salary category.
Milo Riverso ’81 and 13 alumni mentors from STV Group, Inc., took Manhattan students behind-the-scenes at the World Trade Center.
For the eighth year in a row, Manhattan College places in top 20 of U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges.
Contemporary Marketing Issues (MKTG 421) explored the multibillion-dollar fashion industry in spring 2014.
As Jean Donahue steps into her new role at Bronx Science, she plans to expand computer science and engineering programs.
Manhattan's course catalog offers endless opportunities for students to engage in non-traditional learning through hands-on experiences outside of the classroom.
Once a Valhalla Viking and now a Manhattan Jasper, Anthony Amiano ’15 advocates for education reform as a member of the Valhalla School Board.
A new center for educators backed by the National Science Foundation, combined with Manhattan’s tried and true programs for high school students, keep the College at the forefront of STEM education.
Manhattan College tops the inaugural Best Colleges ranking, which evaluates educational quality, affordability and career outcomes.
Manhattan's 60+ student clubs, organizations and honor societies take Jaspers from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to the top of the George Washington Bridge.
Whether it's the Concrete Jungle or an actual jungle, New York City and its surrounding states offer endless learning opportunities; a favorite among kinesiolgy majors is the outdoor workshop, May Camp.
Academic research takes many students beyond the traditional classroom to field sites on mountaintops and below the sea, in courses like BIOL 409: Marine Biology.
Dozens of dynamic courses are offered to students while studying abroad, from CHEM 090: Bio-Chemistry of Wine Making in Florence to SPAN 320: Cuba in Revolution.
Field work is a required part of SOC 304: Social Inequality and Class, which challenges students to compare the socioeconomic differences in two NYC neighborhoods by observing.
Dr. Bruce Shockey and his BIOL 232: Evolution class "walk the branch" in the dinosaur wing of the American Museum of Natural History to learn about early species.
Students in ART 370: Current Trends: The New York City Art Scene visit an artist's home studio in TriBeCa and take part in a hands-on demonstration of two techniques.
Beginning in fall 2014, the School of Science will offer two new degrees in environmental science, responding to the rising demand for trained professionals in environmental fields.
Inspired by World Cup research, mathematics majors apply mathematical techniques to measure the teamwork on the women’s soccer team.
Keansburg, N.J., resident receives Joseph J. Gunn Alumni Medal on May 15.
Newtown, Conn., resident Katherine Bowen ’14 receives Donald J. Carty Valedictory Medal.
Valedictorian Kelly Keane ’00, ’14 graduates with a master’s degree in mental health counseling.
As the class of 2014 prepares to enter the real world, five seniors divulge post-graduation plans and reflect on what it means to be a Jasper.
Dominick Servedio and Carolyn Woo will speak at two spring commencement ceremonies and receive honorary degrees.
Dominick Servedio, executive chairman of STV Group, will also receive honorary doctorate degree during May 17 ceremony.
College will present Carolyn Woo with honorary doctorate during ceremony.
An internship took Shannon Butler ’16 all the way to NYC Fashion Week.
Marketing major Getanjali “Gigi” Morel ’14 finds foreign markets for industry magnate.
Jorge L. Valle Sanchez ’14 finds footing in the entertainment industry.
Graham Rose ’14 tests decision-making skills in the real world.
Robert Bacchioni ’14 gets an insider’s look at NYC’s professional league sports.
Manhattan College business majors benefit from diverse and unique internship opportunities.
School of Business maintains prestigious accreditation, which is the longest serving global accrediting body for business schools.
Jiddu Tapia ’03 is the CEO of Salka LLC, a renewable energy company that develops, constructs and arranges financing for wind farms and solar power plants.
With the help of fellow Jaspers, Perry Rizopoulos ’13 started Save Your City, a charitable clothing line that donates supplies to disadvantaged schools in the community.
School of Business professors Mary Michel and Janet Rovenpor recently authored a nationally recognized case study and gave their students a first-hand look.
In PSYC 257, students examine topics from polygraph testing to interrogations to determine how the legal system uses or misuses psychological science.
A group of students are the first Manhattan College undergraduates to travel to India as part of a global business marketing course.
Alumnus Laura Cassell ’79 is the first female executive director and CEO of Catholic Charities and the first layperson to serve in this capacity in any of the eight New York state dioceses.
Manhattan College’s Model UN Team participated in the national conference in Washington D.C., gaining valuable experience and recognition.
More than 100 students were recognized for their academic merit and leadership at the Fall Honors Convocation.
Manhattan College’s Riverdale campus is a 30-minute ride on the 1 train into midtown Manhattan where Jaspers learn, work and play.
The College achieves a listing of No. 24 out of more than 1,000 institutions for post-graduate earnings.
For the seventh year in a row, Manhattan College is listed in top 20 of U.S. News and World Report’s America’s Best Colleges.
With a growing number of programs and courses being offered, the department of Kinesiology name change further encompasses the expanding field.
New tenure-track professors will join faculty in the Schools of Arts, Business, Education and Health, Engineering and Science.
The class of 2017 is the most competitive incoming freshman class in Manhattan College's history with more than 7,200 applicants from 73 foreign countries and 44 states (plus Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia). Here are the facts and stats about the newest additions to the Jasper family:
Summer Literacy Institute brings Bronx high school students to campus for a weeklong college immersion program.
In hopes of becoming an ophthalmologist like his father, Jerry D'Aversa ’14 traveled to Grenada to assist with sight-restoring surgeries.
AffordableCollegesOnline.org cites Manhattan College as No. 20 in its Million Dollar ROI rankings.
Recipients of the James Patterson Scholarship take on new challenges with degrees in hand.
Nearly 1,000 bachelor's and master's students awarded degrees.
Jennifer Player ’13 graduates with MBA and delivers valedictory speech.
Perry Rizopoulos ’13 and Pelham, N.Y., resident, receives Donald J. Carty Valedictory Medal.
More than 100 students were recognized for their academic merit and leadership.
Bernard Pierorazio and Charles Thornton will speak at two spring commencement ceremonies and receive honorary degrees.
The Advanced Placement Institute of Manhattan College will host its 30th annual advanced placement (AP) summer workshops
As the class of 2013 prepares to head out into the world, 13 seniors tell us about their plans for after graduation and reflect on what made their Manhattan College experience special.
Payscale.com 2013 College Education ROI Ranking lists Manhattan College at 32 out of more than 1,500 institutions nationwide.
Don't push witnesses into psychotherapy prematurely, says Nuwan Jayawickreme, an expert on large-scale traumatic events
Panel of business experts offer critiques in first School of Business “shark tank.”
The College community celebrated longtime faculty on April 22 at the annual Faculty Recognition Convocation in the Chapel of De La Salle and His Brothers.
Bernard P. Pierorazio will also receive honorary doctorate during May 18 ceremony
Each spring, Manhattan College students are immersed in international policy with a visit to UN headquarters in New York City and a docket of issues to resolve.
From practicing to professional, COMM 320: Strategic Planning in Public Relations asks students to hone career skills by working with organizations and businesses as they strategize and write on behalf of actual clients.
For the fourth consecutive year, Manhattan College business students partnered with the IRS to provide free tax preparation services to low-income families in the Bronx.
Jennifer Garcia ’13 excels in prestigious legislature internship program with Assembly Member Linda Rosenthal
In INTL 201: Global Issues Seminar, students examine global problems to better frame worldly solutions.
To celebrate the sesquicentennial of the chartering of Manhattan College, take a look back at the events and milestones that have shaped the history of the College during the past 150 years.
GOVT 222 takes students out of the classroom and into the city with weekly trips to historic locations throughout New York City.
The Energy Dynamics of Green Buildings course is preparing mechanical engineering students with the tools and knowledge necessary to break into a career in green energy design.
Our New York City location provides Manhattan College students with the unique opportunity to intern at world class organizations while still in school. Here are some success stories from recent student interns.
As a nuclear medicine intern at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, Maria Rodriguez ’12 is learning the ropes in the real world.
Bilal Abdul-Nabi ’13 interned in the information technologies department at the HBO cable network where he worked as an applications developer.
Following her internship at L’Oréal USA Sara Jones ’13 was offered a job which she'll start after graduation.
Yuri Merezhko ’13 used his language fluency and international relations background to thrive in an internship with the Human Rights Watch where he worked on a wide variety of projects.
Since her sophomore year, Isjana Dizdari ’12 has interned at J.P. Morgan where she has been able to apply her classroom studies to the corporate world.
Physical education teacher Mike Rosario ’98 started a rugby team at a Bronx public school. In addition to winning trophies, he's changing lives and building community one player at a time.
The program features a master’s and professional diploma in Advanced Leadership Studies.
The College’s Holocaust, Genocide and Interfaith Education Center selected to receive the Muslim Journeys Bookshelf.
Manhattan College offers a vast assortment of courses across all of its disciplines in arts, business, education and health, engineering, and science that pertain to the environment, sustainability, environmental policy and justice. The following is a peek at a few of these courses, majors and minors.
David W. Orr was instrumental in the design of a top green building on a college campus.
Several alumni advance to fill superintendent positions at Catholic schools throughout New York State.
John Butler ’86 leads his company to bring hope to hemophiliacs.