The winning team took home $4,500 in prize money to help launch its startup.
Economics & Finance
Manhattan College faculty and students are working to help each other build a strong financial foundation.
Two seniors offer face masks and other clothing items on the e-commerce website they launched together.
The O’Malley School of Business now offers concentrations to emphasize career tracks in analytics and global business.
O’Malley School of Business faculty are aiming to bridge financial gaps for high school and college students.
The Honors Program offers seminar-style core classes, a capstone research project and career-related networking activities.
Manhattan College faculty are working to enhance finance knowhow for students and the greater Bronx community.
Manhattan College hosted its fifth annual Business Analytics Competition.
The longtime Manhattan College professor will retire in May with a long-lasting impact.
Pietrzak used Manhattan College connections to create a new business model.
Students from all five undergraduate schools are conducting Manhattan College research in 2018.
Students from near and far came to Riverdale to analyze the city’s contracts and budget.
Marshall Strawbridge ’21 is thriving in Manhattan College’s government and economics departments.
The largest gift in College history will support what will be known as the O’Malley School of Business.
School of Business field study course in India aims to cultivate actionable change.
The College Fed Challenge provided a forum for Manhattan College students to evaluate the nominee to the country’s central bank.
School of Business students created a business and marketing plan for the store, enhancing offerings to the College community.
Manhattan College students are working with the Northwest Bronx Resource Center to assist the local community with their income taxes.
With eye on top prize, economics and finance professor has a greater goal of empowering student participants.
Dylan McLaughlin ’16 and John Trieste ’16 recently attended and presented at the 32nd annual meeting of the American Real Estate Society in Denver. The pair of finance majors shared their research on the impact of unconventional monetary policy on mortgage rates, and in particular, quantitative easing, which is attributed to a large amount of research developed after the financial crisis.
Winners Megan McKee ’17 and Daniel Hey ’19 will develop their respective startups with the expert feedback and $250 award from the event.
The student-organized event invited College students and faculty, as well as members of the community, to discuss topics that focused on ways of improving the world and your sense of self.
Business students work with the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program at the Northwest Bronx Resource Center for the rest of tax season.
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.
Eric Brody ’10 and Ben Hart ’11 founded Qinetic, a website offering free virtual fitness classes.
Jared Boyles ’16 received a fellowship award from The Dispute Resolution Research Center at Northwestern University during the International Association for Conflict Management conference.
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.
The finishing touch on the College’s state-of-the-art finance lab prepares business majors to succeed in a challenging employment industry.
Robert Bacchioni ’14 gets an insider’s look at NYC’s professional league sports.
Students from various academic disciplines learned about the stock market from inside the New York Stock Exchange.
"The New York Times" bestselling author Charles Geisst uses the day’s news to teach students the ins and outs of finance.
Rokas Kirlys ’14, developed a new skill set while conducting summer research.
Notable Expert on Public Financial Institutions Will Deliver Gargano Lecture at Manhattan College on April 18
Thomas Stanton will discuss why some firms thrived and others failed following the recent economic collapse
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.