The professional construction organization recognizes the longtime civil engineering professor.
Civil & Environmental Engineering
A variety of students and alumni are putting their knowledge to work on South Campus.
Matthew Billings carries on the Lasallian mission through running.
The Higher Education Capital Matching Grant will be used toward the continued South Campus upgrades.
The civil engineers emerged victorious and earned bragging rights for the year.
Manhattan College students gain recognition from ACEC New York metropolitan chapter.
The future three-story facility will modernize the facilities supporting the College’s engineering and science programs.
The newest campus addition is the cornerstone of Manhattan College’s modernization of facilities, supporting its engineering and science programs.
Manhattan College alumni contribute to the new Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, the largest bridge in New York State history.
Manhattan College’s long-running engineering awareness program returns to campus in June.
Mentors have proven to be an invaluable resource for female engineering alumni, faculty and students.
The students collaborated with New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
Manhattan College is the only school nationwide with two student scholarship recipients.
The students will continue the College’s mission of service and social justice.
The American Council of Engineering Companies honors Manhattan College students for their academic success and work experience.
The scholarship fund will support civil engineering students in preparation for their careers.
JustPeace invited four speakers of different disciplines to share their perspectives on the Dakota Access Pipeline build for World Water Day 2017.
Matthew Bennett ’15 departed New York City for the North Pole after being stationed at Eielson Air Force base following graduation from the AFROTC program.
Lizette Richardson ’84 is the first female to serve as the superintendent of Lake Mead National Recreation Area, a 1.5 million-acre area that spans Nevada and Arizona.
In conjunction with the Manhattan College Mentor Program, internships and post-graduate jobs, AECOM has been a popular career destination for engineers working in the construction industry.
Manhattan College students research the environmental effects of exposing portions of the Saw Mill River to sunlight.
The School of Engineering adds to its substantial catalog of postgraduate courses.
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.
Manhattan College's Summer Research Program includes five students working on Lasallian-focused research projects, plus a collaboration with students from Bethlehem University.
John Abbatangelo '16 and civil and environmental engineering professors are partnering with The Friends of Van Cortlandt Park to contribute to the Wetland Stewardship for a Healthier Bronx project.
Led by Goli Nossoni, Ph.D., Manhattan College students are working toward developing a more sustainable infrastructure.
The Manhattan College community heard perspectives from several College faculty members at the Crisis in Flint: A Panel Discussion event on March 22.
Longtime engineering professor directs popular and comprehensive program for high school students.
Jim Avery ’80 is reducing San Diego Gas & Electric’s greenhouse emissions by adding wind and solar power, as well as other sustainable energy sources, to its portfolio.
Manhattan College, along with the Water Environment Federation and the Water Environment Research Foundation, will host the forum from Aug. 9-11.
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.
Six students to take on year-long volunteer positions; one to enter Catholic seminary.
John Tudisco ’15 chronicles his final days leading up to Commencement.
Nearly 200 students competed in the first-ever engineering competition, which included a series of four engineering challenges.
Ishmael Mejia ’16 describes his current internship with the New NY Bridge and relays plans for after graduation in 2016.
College receives nearly $600,000 to fund education of future engineers.
Learning Across Borders and Disciplines: Engineering Students Deliver Safe Drinking Water to Refugees in Mexico City
During a collaborative course with Universidad La Salle in Mexico City, 12 engineering students engaged in service projects that helped further their understanding across cultures and curriculums.
Henry Read ’15 and Joe Muccin ’15 developed mapping systems for a safe and sustainable future.
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.
Robert Sharp, Ph.D., P.E., was recently recognized as a Board Certified Environmental Engineer.
Manhattan College’s Civil and Environmental Engineering department hosted a half-day seminar on NYC-area infrastructures.
Summer program encourages high school students to pursue majors in engineering and science by introducing them to a variety of disciplines before college.
Phil T. Pulaski ’76 gave the keynote address at the 61st annual environmental engineering alumni club dinner.
Dean of Manhattan College’s School of Engineering Accepted as Fellow of Environmental and Water Resources Institute
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) will recognize Tim Ward as a Fellow at the World Environmental & Water Resources Congress.
From April 26-28, the Jaspers participated in the steel bridge-building and concrete canoe competitions
College mourns construction industry icon, philanthropist
Alberto Morgante, one of 60 undergraduates selected for prestigious academic convention, builds miniature tunnels and exposes them to explosions to simulate potential terrorist attacks
College will present Thornton with honorary doctorate during ceremony
As caretaker of the iconic George Washington Bridge, Andrea Giorgi Bocker ’80 serves as a role model to women entering the civil engineering field.