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.
Manhattan College is increasing its efforts to include more community-based learning courses in the curriculum and forge more dynamic local partnerships.
School of Education & Health students become teachers, counselors and health professionals during intensive hands-on training.
Carlos Morales ’14 and Michael Scire ’13 entered the same FDNY class after previously working as resident assistants on campus.
Corine Fitzpatrick, Ph.D. and Lisa Toscano, Ed.D. will lead the Center.
The recognition allows the kinesiology department to provide a professional support network.
Manhattan College senior Dylan Gray was a featured panelist at New American Colleges & Universities panel.
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.
Organized by those enrolled in a new course, entitled Kinesiology & Public Health (KIN 375), the campaign includes events encouraging the school community to get up, get out and have some fun if for no other reason, their health. Throughout the semester, students participate in these and other projects that explore the relationship between kinesiology and a person’s overall wellness.
Exercise science major Shannon Garrity ’15 is investigating the epidemic of falling in older adults with Louis DePasquale ’73 and professor of kinesiology Lisa Toscano ’79 to validate a fall assessment tool comprised of a series controlled pushes—what they call waist-pull perturbations.
Softball Captain and Physical Education Major of the Year to Deliver Valedictory Address at Undergraduate Commencement
Newtown, Conn., resident Katherine Bowen ’14 receives Donald J. Carty Valedictory Medal.
A conversation with Manhattan College's dean of education set Tammy Wood Miller ’91 on a path of helping those with special needs, including her six adopted children.
Shawn Ladda addresses how many schools in New York City are not meeting the state’s guidelines at a recent briefing.
Maria Toscano ’14, a Jasper Research Scholar, conducted summer research on a topic that changed the course of her life.
College Renames Department of Physical Education and Human Performance to the Department of Kinesiology
With a growing number of programs and courses being offered, the department of Kinesiology name change further encompasses the expanding field.
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.