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.
Danielle Baik and Anthony DePinho gained valuable research experience in Massachusetts this summer.
Professor Lance Evans tracks the decline of a Southwest American symbol with the help of student researchers.
Rising seniors Mia Bertoli and Timothy Hamling receive scholarships in memory of Brother Francis Bowers, FSC.
With support of college and greater NYC community, Therese Kelly ’17 launched a closed-loop organic waste recycling program on campus.
Remaining true to his biology roots, alumnus Jim Breheny ’81 brings integrity and credibility to his job as director of the Bronx Zoo.
A Nobel Prize-winning scientist shared the stage with our students this summer at the annual meeting of the American Society of Parasitologists. William Campbell, Ph.D., the 2015 Nobel Prize laureate in Physiology and Medicine, presented at the conference, held on July 11 in Edmonton, Canada.
Mayer invited to join faculty from across the country in research career advancing opportunity.
The Linda and Dennis Fenton ’73 Endowment continues the Fentons’ supportive legacy.
Results of a Manhattan College career survey indicate students’ progress in securing a full-time job and/or enrolling in a graduate or professional school within nine months of graduation.
Biology major one of 201 community-engaged college students to gain prestigious honor.
Biology major Zachary Scheid ’15 is harnessing mathematical formulas to project the mortality of an icon of the American Southwest: the saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea), in collaboration with Lance Evans, Ph.D., professor of biology, and Mark DeBonis, Ph.D., assistant professor of mathematics.
Under the guidance of her adviser, Dr. Mayer, biology major Sana Saeed '15 is conducting a research project on the interactions between anti-malarial and anti-retroviral medications.
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.
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.
Mechanical engineering student Simon Mysliwiec ’14,’15M is working with professor biology professor Lance Evans and mechanical engineering professor Zahra Shahbazi during the summer to determine the mechanical properties of 30 different tree species.
This summer, Jasper Research Scholar Angelica Romero conducted student-faculty research with collaboration from the Harbor School.