Celebrated chef and television host Lidia Matticchio Bastianich delivered the Commencement address and Alixandria James ’23, was the graduating class valedictorian.
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James has spent her four years in college serving others and excelling academically.
Former FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro delivered the Commencement address and Oscar Leon ’21, ’22 (M.S.) was the graduating class valedictorian.
A public health major and Truman Scholar, James will be the student speaker at Undergraduate Commencement.
The program helps the campus community maintain healthy physical activity and fitness.
The best-selling author continues supporting students at his alma mater.
Sister Remigia Kushner and Sister Mary Ann Jacobs Honored for their Contributions to Catholic Education
Their careers in education at Manhattan College have been dedicated to leadership and service.
Prospective students and families invited to visit campus and begin exploring their Jasper journey.
The O'Malley School of Business and the schools of Continuing and Professional Studies, Education and Health, Engineering, Liberal Arts, and Science all offer programs that are designed specifically to prepare students for their careers.
Bowers will graduate with a master’s degree in school counseling.
O’Connell currently teaches at P.S. 81, minutes away from campus.
James is one of 58 students nationwide to be named a 2022 Truman Scholar.
The College is one of 63 schools to earn gold status for the healthy-living program.
James is recognized for her commitment to public health.
The Education and Health honor society is recognized for its efforts in the community.
Micaela Beatty ’21 received a distinguished service award from the Phi Epsilon Kappa honor society.
The best-selling author and philanthropist continues to support students from his alma mater.
Ian Levy, Ed.D., and school counseling students are using an offbeat approach to reach their students.
The Gladys Brooks Foundation is supporting the department with a $145,000 grant.
The event will be hosted by the Center for the Study of the Future of Education.
Raina Cunzio '20 and Amber Saracino '20 helped the New Rochelle school district prepare for the fall.
Tekeyah Sears, Ed.D., MPH is the program director of the allied health/public health programs at Manhattan College.
Graduate students are invited to learn more about Manhattan College’s graduate programs from home.
The graduating senior includes student teaching and being part of the Jasper Dancers among her favorite Manhattan College memories.
Kaishian is preparing for a career in the public health by pursuing a master’s degree in health policy at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health.
The childhood/special education major reflects on her time at Manhattan, showing gratitude for all that has been and looking forward to the future.
Tekeyah Sears, Ed.D., MPH is the program director of the allied health/public health programs at Manhattan College.
Three graduating seniors received Fulbright awards in the 2019-20 academic year.
Kinesiology faculty will train student teachers for the e-cigarette prevention program.
Study abroad trips held during the January intersession provided unforgettable experiences for Manhattan College students traveling during winter break.
The new major will incorporate two tracks in community health and health care administration.
On October 30, Brackett will talk about how emotional intelligence affects learning and decision-making.
The College’s campus will turn into a maze of trick-or-treat delights for local children.
Twenty students will receive a James Patterson scholarship for the 2019-20 academic year.
Manhattan students who completed projects this summer presented their findings to the public on Sept. 26-27.
Manhattan’s latest interdisciplinary projects highlight the many upsides to crossing academic lines.
The Gunn Medal is one of the College’s highest undergraduate honors.
Graduating seniors Jordyn DiCostanzo, Emma Kaishian and Caroline Kane helped conduct a walkability assessment this semester in Yonkers that prioritized street safety for children and the disabled.
Three Manhattan College graduating seniors have earned Fulbright English Teaching Assistant awards.
Their visit from April 14-20 strengthened an academic partnership between Universidad de La Salle and the College.
Graduating senior David Caiafa teaches yoga and mindfulness to help New York City teens prepare for the future.
A kinesiology major, Stallings will graduate in May.
Manhattan College faculty and students are using engineering education to develop future STEM leaders.
The minor is designed to create critical thinkers for the digital age.
Students speak on the valuable connections they maintain after the semester is over or in some cases, after graduation.
Porricelli and Dowler will discuss their classroom styles and how to connect with students at all levels.
Students can learn about programs in education and health, engineering, science and business.
A winter break volunteer experience in Michigan helped business student and graduating senior Olivia Gartland understand the reality of the Flint water crisis.
Scott was the keynote speaker at the kickoff dinner on Monday, February 4.
Manhattan College’s Teacher Opportunity Corps has placed students into a variety of teaching positions.
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The interdisciplinary event will focus on the art of multiple perspectives.
The Manhattan College community dedicates a community artwork to commemorate the life and legacy of St. John Baptist de La Salle for the Tercentenary.
The best-selling novelist and Manhattan College alum continues to give back.
The College’s campus will turn into a maze of trick or treat delights.
Students present on topics in liberal arts, business, health, science and engineering.
The founder of Hour Children, Sister Tesa will share ideas to end intergenerational incarceration.
Lee Seguin ’21 (M.S.) is working to increase the availability of mental health services.
In its inaugural year, the W.I.S.E. (Women Inspiring Successful Enterprise) professional development summer internship program was a resounding success.
Student veterans and engineering programs highlighted as standout programs.
Manhattan College graduates are landing jobs in their desired fields with strong salaries.
Fun Fact: 75% of Manhattan College freshmen live on campus — making Move-in Day kind of a big deal!
The sophomore education major received an REU grant from the National Science Foundation.
Forbes rates Manhattan College among the top 10 Catholic colleges and universities.
Students involved in the extracurricular improvisational comedy troupe Scatterbomb develop the social prowess to excel both personally and professionally.
Two recent grads prepare for the Catholic priesthood, as one becomes a Brother.
An interdisciplinary program has given neighboring high school students a taste of potential STEM careers and an early look at higher education.
Plucker is the co-author of Excellence Gaps in Education: Expanding Opportunities for Talented Students.
On Friday, Oct. 27, students in the School of Education will coordinate fun Halloween events for local residents.
Manhattan College students will share their research on current issues in a wide variety of disciplines
A study abroad group relations experience helps students develop invaluable skills at a renowned hub for mental health training.
From July 24 – 28, the Center for Academic Success hosted its seventh annual Summer Literacy Institute, an immersive learning experience that this year helped 30 rising high school seniors in New York City plan for college.
The Manhattan College student and former Marine was the Veteran of the Game on Aug. 1.
More than 120 education professionals from Pakistan to Papua New Guinea visited Manhattan College in June to attend the Buttimer Institute, an annual program that delves deeper into the aspects of our Lasallian Catholic heritage.
The Spring Commencement valedictorian, Brancale earned a 4.0 grade point average in the mental health counseling program, while completing three different fellowships.
The longtime School of Education and Health professor will be moving on to the next chapter of his life at the end of the spring semester.
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.
The program allows students to receive certification to practice nuclear medicine in any state.
Brother Robert Bimonte, FSC, and Nicholas M. Michelli will discuss brain function and social justice during events in March and April.
Predicting your love life doesn’t require ESP, tarot cards or a crystal ball. Preferred conflict styles predict relationship success.
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.
Center for the Study of the Future of Education to Host Diana Reyna, Deputy Brooklyn Borough President
The talk continues the Center’s mission to highlight worldwide educational issues.
The recognition allows the kinesiology department to provide a professional support network.
As an associate professor, Nicholson has helped the school thrive for more than two decades.
From June 29 - July 2, some of the nation's brightest minds will come to the Riverdale campus.
School of Education and Health adds to catalog of graduate-level counseling, leadership, and education programs.
Faculty, students and alumni are making a difference in a wide range of settings, locally and globally.
Four College students share their experiences working in journalism, education, fashion, and technology.
The author of What the Best College Students Do will lead a workshop on teaching and learning.
Manhattan College senior Dylan Gray was a featured panelist at New American Colleges & Universities panel.
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.
April 28 was a day of firsts for Manhattan College students and eighth graders from City Island in the Bronx, who spent the afternoon learning history, algebra and other subjects from our soon-to-be-teachers.
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.
Payne will visit campus on March 25 and Kozol on April 22.
Manhattan College will offer two new programs designed to help students fill special education teaching positions in high schools.
Manhattan graduate student Fred Muniz Jr. ’16 is working to open a clinic that specializes in veteran family counseling.
DREAM University, a new five-week literacy and physical education program at Manhattan College, helps students maintain skill sets and active lifestyles during the summer.
College obtains funding to support and promote engineering education for middle and high school teachers.
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.
The College’s School Building Leadership program will assist in implementing $1 million Strengthening Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Grant Program.
The new degree trains students at top NYC hospitals in diagnostic X-ray imaging.
Manhattan group spends winter break volunteering at Lasallian high school with Brothers Augustine Nicoletti and James Wallace.
Shawn Ladda addresses how many schools in New York City are not meeting the state’s guidelines at a recent briefing.
More than 100 students were recognized for their academic merit and leadership at the Fall Honors Convocation.
Education students coordinate fun activities and trick-or-treat stops around campus.
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.
New tenure-track professors will join faculty in the Schools of Arts, Business, Education and Health, Engineering and Science.
Kappa Delta Pi students embark on a two-week tour of educational institutions in Turkey.
Recipients of the James Patterson Scholarship take on new challenges with degrees in hand.
Teacher John O’Neill ’86 co-created the musical "Letters to Daddy" to make students more aware of the day-to-day challenges kids face in effort to curb the rise in bullying.
Megan McShane, Kathryn Merry, Clare O’Connell and Kathleen O’Malley will begin a year of service this fall.
Nearly 1,000 bachelor's and master's students awarded degrees.
More than 100 students were recognized for their academic merit and leadership.
As the class of 2013 prepares to head out into the world, 13 seniors tell us about their plans for after graduation and reflect on what made their Manhattan College experience special.
Our New York City location provides Manhattan College students with the unique opportunity to intern at world class organizations while still in school. Here are some success stories from recent student interns.
Several alumni advance to fill superintendent positions at Catholic schools throughout New York State.