Clyde’s research in development and poverty alleviation will benefit Salvation Army’s mission.
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 and faculty spent the month of April volunteering in New York City. In doing so, they carried out the Manhattan College mission, which inspires us to lead and serve our community.
Manhattan College chemical engineers have the opportunity to intern and work at a number of organizations locally and nationally.
Heidi Furey is part of a National Science Foundation grant focused on the dilemmas surrounding autonomous vehicles.
Bryan Wilkins, Ph.D., a faculty member in the Biochemistry department, is working on chromatin remodeler complexes in living cells.
A faculty member in the philosophy department, Bollert is highly regarded by his students and peers.
A Manhattan College faculty member will also receive the annual Costello Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Manhattan College is the only school nationwide with two student scholarship recipients.
Professor Lance Evans tracks the decline of a Southwest American symbol with the help of student researchers.
Longtime adviser and co-founder of Earth Negotiations Bulletin encourages students to think globally but act locally.
Harr has spearheaded on-campus efforts with Catholic Relief Services and Fair Trade organizations.
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.
After 13 years at Manhattan College, Brother Augustine will lead the Ethiopian Catholic University of Saint Thomas Aquinas.
Religious studies professor has been a member of the College’s faculty since 2002.
Corine Fitzpatrick, Ph.D. and Lisa Toscano, Ed.D. will lead the Center.
After the Rio Games, media interested in the next Summer Games have turned to Manhattan College’s Paul Droubie, Ph.D.
Pottinger is the first Manhattan College faculty member to receive the prestigious Berlin Prize.
As an associate professor, Nicholson has helped the school thrive for more than two decades.
During Harrison’s time at Manhattan, the School of Continuing and Professional Studies has developed into a vital pillar of the College.
The outgoing dean of the School of Education and Health, Merriman will receive an honorary degree at the Commencement exercises on Saturday, May 21.
Longtime engineering professor directs popular and comprehensive program for high school students.
The Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation honors Manhattan College's Richard Kirchner, professor emeritus of chemistry and biochemistry.
Nominated by one of his students, Br. Patrick is honored for 38 years of service to Manhattan College.
Since 1988, Br. Robert has made a wide-ranging impact on his alma mater.
McManness brings 36 years of experience to the position.
Edwards honored for article in the Journal of Medieval History.
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.
‘Modernism and Mobility,’ a new book by Manhattan College professor Bridget Chalk, Ph.D., investigates the peculiar relationship between documentation and the individual.
Suzanne Cope, Ph.D., published a new book “Small Batch: Pickles, Cheese, Chocolate, Spirits and the Return of Artisanal Food”
Nominated by his students, the longtime Manhattan College professor was honored at the annual Costello Lecture series.
Walters will oversee the Mary Alice and Tom O’Malley Library.
Professor Investigates Connection Between Virtual Worlds in Video Games and Religion; Fosters Student Research and Publications
Robert Geraci releases new book on how video games might play a role in the religious options of modern life and publishes paper with student as a result of NSF grant.
Award-winning author and historical adviser releases new book.
Maria Maust-Mohl, professor of psychology, and a leading authority on animal communication and behavior, hopes to learn more about the sounds animals make and how the environment affects these sounds for species in zoos and in the wild.
Brennan O’Donnell receives prestigious literary award on June 4.
Brennan O’Donnell elected to Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities Board of Directors.
Brother Thomas Scanlan and Christian Brothers leaders to receive honorary doctorate degrees on Feb. 13.
Robert Sharp, Ph.D., P.E., was recently recognized as a Board Certified Environmental Engineer.
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.
Br. Francis’ longtime and wide-ranging service helped shape the future of Manhattan College
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.
Manhattan College President Selected as Featured Speaker at the Westchester Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Annual Dinner
Irish society will hold annual black-tie dinner on March 14
Rostislav Konoplich, Ph.D. travels to and from Geneva to collect data from the Large Hadron Collider as part of the team working on the Higgs boson discovery.
Manhattan College theologian John R. Wilcox, professor emeritus of religious studies, recently published a book outlining the challenges Catholic colleges and universities face with diminishing numbers of clergy members on campus.
Financial historian Charles Geisst, Ph.D., Ambassador Charles A. Gargano Professor of Economics and Finance at Manhattan College, will publish his 19th book, Beggar Thy Neighbor: A History of Usury and Debt, on March 4. Beggar Thy Neighbor recounts the major debt revolutions of the past to the most recent financial crises.