Manhattan students are participating alongside other New York institutions in the CREATE Symposium.
School Of Engineering
Students from Christian Brothers Academy in Albany visited the College’s STEM facilities.
Students can earn an advanced certificate in green power and sustainable energy.
The women’s soccer standout has a chance at the top honor given to a women’s soccer scholar-athlete.
Civil engineers are helping the U.S. military maintain a safe environment.
The state-of-the-art STEM facility is now open.
The group received $8,500 in total scholarships.
The department is collaborating with Insplorion on new opportunities in cosmetics and biopharmaceuticals.
The best-selling author and philanthropist continues to support students from his alma mater.
The Gunn Medal is one of the College’s highest undergraduate honors.
Capuder will be the student speaker at the 2021 Undergraduate Commencement.
Cornelius J. Higgins ’62, Ph.D., is also the recipient of an honorary doctorate.
Díaz-López is currently enrolled in the mechanical engineering Ph.D. program at Johns Hopkins University.
These upgrades are part of a continuing effort to upgrade South Campus facilities.
A senior design project turned into a Department of Energy competition with 16 large universities.
The winning team took home $4,500 in prize money to help launch its startup.
The Manhattan College senior has spearheaded a number of initiatives on and around campus.
Four senior design students offered an idea on cooling data centers in the regional event.
The grant will assist a project to increase the transmission and storage of renewable energy.
This is the third year the organization has given scholarships to college students who live in New York City and Long Island.
Eight Manhattan College civil engineering students have been awarded scholarships from member firms and regions of the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York (ACEC New York).
Ellen Farrelly ’20 has been awarded Manhattan College’s Joseph J. Gunn ’30 Alumni Medal.
Miguel Díaz-López ’20 Named Manhattan College’s Undergraduate Valedictorian.
Manhattan College Names Hongbin Xu ’19, ’20 (M.S.) Spring Commencement Valedictorian.
Matthew L. Sweeney ’21, a civil engineering major, is the first Manhattan College student to receive a prestigious honorable mention from the Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation.
Graduate students are invited to learn more about Manhattan College’s graduate programs from home.
The celebration begins with Gayatri Gopinath delivering the annual Women and Gender Studies lecture.
The chemical engineering major reflects on her Manhattan College experience and looks forward to beginning her career.
Students and faculty teamed up to investigate how human activity delays the subway.
Manhattan College’s School of Engineering recently established a new laboratory for cosmetic engineering graduate students within the chemical engineering department.
Study abroad trips held during the January intersession provided unforgettable experiences for Manhattan College students traveling during winter break.
A Bronx resident, Rogalewski is an electrical engineering major and mathematics minor.
Under the guidance of Jeanette Brown, Manhattan College's civil and environmental engineering students are learning practical solutions to everyday issues.
Manhattan College mechanical engineering students and faculty collaborate to design a motorized car seat that is safe for kids.
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.
Farzana Begum ’20 gained industrial experience that mirrored her lab work on campus.
Civil and environmental engineering students are part of New York’s plan to move toward a carbon neutral city.
$1 million will go toward the fourth phase of Leo renovations.
Kelly oversees all operations and policy for the detachment hosted at Manhattan College.
In her 18 years with the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, Amanda Rogers ’01, P.E., has practically seen it all. But her latest project has her spanning — and scaling — the world’s busiest bridge.
Aravind Suresh, Ph.D., earned a major grant from the National Science Foundation.
Using his degrees in aerospace and mechanical engineering, Tyler McCloskey '17, '18 (M.S.) helps manage the military sector of his new career.
After transferring to Manhattan College, Shew landed a job in the field of her choice.
A mechanical engineering major, Diaz is one of 496 students nationwide to gain the award.
Throughout the year, the Manhattan College community will reflect on the meaning of the Lasallian tradition.
Graduating seniors Giuseppe Costanza and Samantha Rosado led a year-long relief effort in Puerto Rico beginning in 2017.
A team of civil engineers from Purdue University and Manhattan College is providing support after wildfires struck.
Engineering alumnus Bruce Walker ’92 is a top-level executive working at the Department of Energy.
Susan Gallardo will discuss her work in Asia on Monday, April 8.
The winning idea is an app that connects automobile drivers to mechanics.
Manhattan College faculty and students are using engineering education to develop future STEM leaders.
Students can learn about programs in education and health, engineering, science and business.
A community-engaged learning class encourages students to ask questions about food.
A winter break volunteer experience in Michigan helped business student and graduating senior Olivia Gartland understand the reality of the Flint water crisis.
Rising high school juniors and seniors have the chance to learn about Manhattan College’s STEM programs.
The Manhattan College senior is one of 174 students honored across the U.S. and Canada.
2018 Year in Review
The professional construction organization recognizes the longtime civil engineering professor.
From all of us at Manhattan College, we wish you a Merry Christmas, blessed New Year, and a happy and healthy holiday season.
The Manhattan College community dedicates a community artwork to commemorate the life and legacy of St. John Baptist de La Salle for the Tercentenary.
A variety of students and alumni are putting their knowledge to work on South Campus.
Matthew Billings carries on the Lasallian mission through running.
The best-selling novelist and Manhattan College alum continues to give back.
From Yelping the greatest slice of New York City pizza near campus to balancing your academic and extracurricular interests.
Students present on topics in liberal arts, business, health, science and engineering.
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!
Two teams of Manhattan College students worked with a New York State agency to improve workplace efficiency for disabled people.
The Higher Education Capital Matching Grant will be used toward the continued South Campus upgrades.
While living together in a community in Lee Hall, freshmen in the Arches program take one class together per semester that incorporates service projects and cultural excursions in New York City.
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.
A poster presentation and alumni panel brought together more than 200 mechanical engineers.
The civil engineers emerged victorious and earned bragging rights for the year.
Manhattan College students gain recognition from ACEC New York metropolitan chapter.
The future three-story facility will modernize the facilities supporting the College’s engineering and science programs.
The Manhattan College team took home the top prize for the second consecutive year.
The newest campus addition is the cornerstone of Manhattan College’s modernization of facilities, supporting its engineering and science programs.
Forbes rates Manhattan College among the top 10 Catholic colleges and universities.
A team of Manhattan chemical engineering students construct a plan to bring power and clean water to a Lasallian grade school in Puerto Rico.
Manhattan College alumni contribute to the new Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, the largest bridge in New York State history.
A team of Manhattan students recently placed in the Top 10 of the UniGame, an international business contest from the owners of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.
Manhattan College chemical engineers have the opportunity to intern and work at a number of organizations locally and nationally.
Manhattan College’s long-running engineering awareness program returns to campus in June.
Heidi Furey is part of a National Science Foundation grant focused on the dilemmas surrounding autonomous vehicles.
Mentors have proven to be an invaluable resource for female engineering alumni, faculty and students.
Two recent grads prepare for the Catholic priesthood, as one becomes a Brother.
The students collaborated with New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
Manhattan College is the only school nationwide with two student scholarship recipients.
Manhattan College students will share their research on current issues in a wide variety of disciplines
From May - August, five seniors from Palestine lived on campus and became part of the College community as active participants in the Summer Research Program at Manhattan.
The College continues to maintain its status as a top choice among Northeast colleges.
Earning a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering proved an unlikely path to brand building for one College alumnus who partnered with two former classmates to build a premier business-consulting group in New York City.
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.
The students will continue the College’s mission of service and social justice.
The Joseph J. Gunn ’30 Medal is one of the College’s highest undergraduate honors.
The American Council of Engineering Companies honors Manhattan College students for their academic success and work experience.
The Manhattan College team captured a $10,000 prize.
Students and faculty aim to assist custodial workers with physical and developmental disabilities.
The scholarship fund will support civil engineering students in preparation for their careers.
JustPeace invited four speakers of different disciplines to share their perspectives on the Dakota Access Pipeline build for World Water Day 2017.
Matthew Bennett ’15 departed New York City for the North Pole after being stationed at Eielson Air Force base following graduation from the AFROTC program.
Lizette Richardson ’84 is the first female to serve as the superintendent of Lake Mead National Recreation Area, a 1.5 million-acre area that spans Nevada and Arizona.
In conjunction with the Manhattan College Mentor Program, internships and post-graduate jobs, AECOM has been a popular career destination for engineers working in the construction industry.
The widely acclaimed program for high school students runs during June and July.
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).
Cesar Tapia ’08, ’17 (M.S.) leveraged his engineering background and on-campus ITS job to earn a NASA internship.
The School of Engineering adds to its substantial catalog of postgraduate courses.
The College is one of the recipients of a $70 million grant plus matching funds from the Department of Energy for in-kind project support.
Manhattan College senior River Castelonia ’17 co-founded Havenlabs in January 2016, a nonprofit focused on helping military veterans.
A paper co-written by Kevin Lynch ’17 and Joseph Majeski ’16 is the result of the Jasper Summer Research Scholars program.
Two things Manhattan College is well known for – social action and its engineering program – came together this summer to help solve water issues around the world.
In collaboration with mechanical engineering professors, four students successfully replicated an Adolphe Sax mouthpiece for a saxophone.
Manhattan College's Summer Research Program includes five students working on Lasallian-focused research projects, plus a collaboration with students from Bethlehem University.
Manhattan College's Summer Engineering Awareness Program continues to receive accolades.
John Abbatangelo '16 and civil and environmental engineering professors are partnering with The Friends of Van Cortlandt Park to contribute to the Wetland Stewardship for a Healthier Bronx project.
Since its founding by Charles H. Thornton ’61, the ACE Mentor Program has helped hundreds of high school students learn about STEM fields.
Phillip Stack ’16M, a graduate chemical engineering student at Manhattan College, discovered that Star Wars can be a whole lot more than a classic Sci-Fi Hollywood franchise. It can be used to teach the complex laws of thermodynamics.
After receiving dozens of business proposals, the Business School selected eight finalists to present their ideas Shark Tank style — in front of a panel of professors, peers, and business professionals — and compete for a grand prize of $250 in each category: business and social.
Led by Goli Nossoni, Ph.D., Manhattan College students are working toward developing a more sustainable infrastructure.
Chemical Engineering Graduate Students Assist Congress, National Laboratory to Reduce Country’s Carbon Footprint
Manhattan College students are using College labs and equipment to help solve a nationwide issue.
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.
Longtime engineering professor directs popular and comprehensive program for high school students.
Four College students share their experiences working in journalism, education, fashion, and technology.
Manhattan College senior Dylan Gray was a featured panelist at New American Colleges & Universities panel.
Mechanical engineer utilizes his education and love for coffee to continue the success of his family’s 35-year-old business in the Bronx.
With an increased focus on expanding STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education to the classroom, more than a dozen high school teachers gathered on Sept. 19 to further develop their engineering skills at Manhattan College.
Gennaro Maffia, Ph.D., professor of Chemical Engineering, presented highlights from sustainability projects he’s conducted all over the world with the help of his students at Manhattan College’s World Water Issues and Solutions event.
Jim Avery ’80 is reducing San Diego Gas & Electric’s greenhouse emissions by adding wind and solar power, as well as other sustainable energy sources, to its portfolio.
Manhattan College, along with the Water Environment Federation and the Water Environment Research Foundation, will host the forum from Aug. 9-11.
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.
John Tudisco ’15 chronicles his final days leading up to Commencement.
The dozen Manhattan College students affiliated with its newly minted Engineering Scholars Training and Retention (STAR) Center translated some pretty complex physics topics into teenage-speak last week with lemons, eggs and other household items for a group at Riverside High School in Yonkers.
Nearly 200 students competed in the first-ever engineering competition, which included a series of four engineering challenges.
John McAvoy ’80 serves as chairman and CEO of Con Edison, the culmination of a 34-year career with the energy giant.
Ishmael Mejia ’16 describes his current internship with the New NY Bridge and relays plans for after graduation in 2016.
College receives nearly $600,000 to fund education of future engineers.
Mechanical engineering students Cathleen Giordano ’17 and Antonio Rosa ’15, supplemental instructors in Manhattan College’s Center for Academic Success, recently presented this discovery and more to the College Reading and Learning Association at Fitchburg State University in Massachusetts.
The student body receives honor based on commitment to a sustainable campus.
George Giakos, Ph.D., to receive the 2014 IEEE-USA Professional Achievement for Individuals Award in May.
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.
Learning Across Borders and Disciplines: Engineering Students Deliver Safe Drinking Water to Refugees in Mexico City
During a collaborative course with Universidad La Salle in Mexico City, 12 engineering students engaged in service projects that helped further their understanding across cultures and curriculums.
Electrical engineering major Sean O’Donnell ’85 uses the skills he honed at Manhattan College to build and restore pipe organs around the country.
The College honored Carbonell on Monday, Nov. 24 with a plaque unveiling ceremony.
Henry Read ’15 and Joe Muccin ’15 developed mapping systems for a safe and sustainable future.
Using their expertise on water filtration systems, two students and their professor visited a Lasallian school and Brothers community to advise on infrastructure.
Just 11 years out of college, Josephine Zurica ’03 was named the new principal of Dagher Engineering.
Three students and their professional mentor traveled to the village of Mbirbua on the first of five trips to build a bridge for the community.
Milo Riverso ’81 and 13 alumni mentors from STV Group, Inc., took Manhattan students behind-the-scenes at the World Trade Center.
William Fife ’67 received the American Society of Civil Engineers’ 2014 Metropolitan Section Civil Engineer of the Year Award for his years of service.
Manhattan's course catalog offers endless opportunities for students to engage in non-traditional learning through hands-on experiences outside of the classroom.
Manhattan College Cultivating Next Generation of Science, Technology, Engineering, Math Students and Educators
A new center for educators backed by the National Science Foundation, combined with Manhattan’s tried and true programs for high school students, keep the College at the forefront of STEM education.
College obtains funding to support and promote engineering education for middle and high school teachers.
Manhattan's 60+ student clubs, organizations and honor societies take Jaspers from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to the top of the George Washington Bridge.
Mechanical engineering student Simon Mysliwiec ’14,’15M is working with professor biology professor Lance Evans and mechanical engineering professor Zahra Shahbazi during the summer to determine the mechanical properties of 30 different tree species.
The minor will address practical and theoretical issues to inform students about ethical challenges.
Dominick Servedio, executive chairman of STV Group, will also receive honorary doctorate degree during May 17 ceremony.
Jiddu Tapia ’03 is the CEO of Salka LLC, a renewable energy company that develops, constructs and arranges financing for wind farms and solar power plants.
With the support of his Jasper family thousands of miles away, Enrique Sola ’09, ’11 is providing the needy of his native country with food, clean water and the greatest gift of all — an education.
Manhattan College is sending donations, water filters and prayers to the Philippines following Typhoon Haiyan.
Manhattan College’s Civil and Environmental Engineering department hosted a half-day seminar on NYC-area infrastructures.
More than 100 students were recognized for their academic merit and leadership at the Fall Honors Convocation.
College selects 18 students as the 2013-2014 recipients of scholarships established by best-selling author James Patterson ’69.
William A. Thornton ’60 was elected to the National Academy of Engineering, and the College will honor him on Oct. 30 with a plaque unveiling ceremony.
The free event for high school juniors and seniors begins at 9 a.m. and includes a panel presentation, tours of laboratories, and a luncheon.
Jasper Summer Research Scholar Michael Michalczyk ’14 discovers a systematic approach to inquiry.
New tenure-track professors will join faculty in the Schools of Arts, Business, Education and Health, Engineering and Science.
Summer program encourages high school students to pursue majors in engineering and science by introducing them to a variety of disciplines before college.
Engineering alumna-turned-lawyer Noreen Krall ’87 oversees Apple's intellectual property around the globe.
Manhattan College launches Jasper Summer Research Scholars program and awards grants to 10 undergraduates conducting research with faculty members throughout the summer.
Recipients of the James Patterson Scholarship take on new challenges with degrees in hand.
Phil T. Pulaski ’76 gave the keynote address at the 61st annual environmental engineering alumni club dinner.
Bronx resident receives highest undergraduate student honor.
Nearly 1,000 bachelor's and master's students awarded degrees.
More than 100 students were recognized for their academic merit and leadership.
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.
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.
From April 26-28, the Jaspers participated in the steel bridge-building and concrete canoe competitions
Alberto Morgante, one of 60 undergraduates selected for prestigious academic convention, builds miniature tunnels and exposes them to explosions to simulate potential terrorist attacks
College’s Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers learn about Deputy Chief Ruben Beltran’s sophisticated crime-fighting methods
College will present Thornton with honorary doctorate during ceremony
The Energy Dynamics of Green Buildings course is preparing mechanical engineering students with the tools and knowledge necessary to break into a career in green energy design.
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.
Following her internship at L’Oréal USA Sara Jones ’13 was offered a job which she'll start after graduation.
As caretaker of the iconic George Washington Bridge, Andrea Giorgi Bocker ’80 serves as a role model to women entering the civil engineering field.
Manhattan College offers a vast assortment of courses across all of its disciplines in arts, business, education and health, engineering, and science that pertain to the environment, sustainability, environmental policy and justice. The following is a peek at a few of these courses, majors and minors.