Former Manhattan College students created an online rewards app using their proprietary cryptocurrency, Munchcoin.
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The O’Malley School of Business now offers concentrations to emphasize career tracks in analytics and global business.
The Honors Program offers seminar-style core classes, a capstone research project and career-related networking activities.
Manhattan’s latest interdisciplinary projects highlight the many upsides to crossing academic lines.
Quhshi will speak on behalf of the class of 2019 at Undergraduate Commencement; Maresca will be the student speaker at Spring Commencement.
The winning idea is an app that connects automobile drivers to mechanics.
Ali is one of 262 students nationwide to receive this award.
Rose Klimovich, a faculty member in the O’Malley School of Business, has studied Amazon’s impact on the retail economy.
Stephen Ribuffo ’77 plays a crucial role at the Port of Alaska in Anchorage.
Pietrzak used Manhattan College connections to create a new business model.
The business alumna from Riverdale has built an illustrious career in advertising upon two prevailing principles: client relationships and data-driven results.
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.
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.
Four recent graduates from Manhattan College prove that a staunch commitment to our cities and the nation can yield success in the professional sphere.
Business students traveled to the Amazon to research sustainable development.
Recent college graduates of the Schools of Liberal Arts, Business, Engineering and Science begin their careers working at top brands in the world's most stylish industries.
What do Ads and MRIs Have in Common? Whether you’re designing MRIs or ad campaigns, data analytics will help drive your decisions.
School of Business students created a business and marketing plan for the store, enhancing offerings to the College community.
With New York City’s startup culture as a backdrop, Jaspers form a hub of creativity and innovation right here, on campus.
Two years after graduating from Manhattan, Andres Oreamuno '14 founded City Square Tours, the first hop-on, hop-off tour bus company in San José.
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.
The Manhattan College senior is active in the community while performing well in the classroom and excelling for the Jaspers' softball team.
Jared Boyles ’16 received a fellowship award from The Dispute Resolution Research Center at Northwestern University during the International Association for Conflict Management conference.
Six students to take on year-long volunteer positions; one to enter Catholic seminary.
For the first time, the College’s highest undergraduate student honor goes to two deserving seniors.
Interior designer Anthony Baratta will speak at the college on April 28.
Former Jasper basketball player Rhamel Brown left behind an incredible legacy as a leader and a winner prior to beginning his professional basketball career in Israel.
Contemporary Marketing Issues (MKTG 421) explored the multibillion-dollar fashion industry in spring 2014.
An internship took Shannon Butler ’16 all the way to NYC Fashion Week.
Marketing major Getanjali “Gigi” Morel ’14 finds foreign markets for industry magnate.
Graham Rose ’14 tests decision-making skills in the real world.
School of Business professors Mary Michel and Janet Rovenpor recently authored a nationally recognized case study and gave their students a first-hand look.
A group of students are the first Manhattan College undergraduates to travel to India as part of a global business marketing course.
More than 120 students, faculty and staff traveled to 10 destinations around the world during the winter intersession through Manhattan College study abroad programs, field study seminars and L.O.V.E. trips. This year’s trips featured some of most unique learning opportunities to date.