Manhattan College hosted its fifth annual Business Analytics Competition.
The Gunn Medal is one of the College’s highest undergraduate honors.
Wiedemann will learn about commercial revitalization and develop leadership skills.
Quhshi will speak on behalf of the class of 2019 at Undergraduate Commencement; Maresca will be the student speaker at Spring Commencement.
The international studies major will travel to Panama this summer.
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.
Three Manhattan College graduating seniors have earned Fulbright English Teaching Assistant awards.
A kinesiology major, Stallings will graduate in May.
Ali is one of 262 students nationwide to receive this award.
Mentored by Rostislav Konoplich, Ph.D., the physics major was able to spend a summer at CERN in Switzerland.
The Manhattan College senior is one of 174 students honored across the U.S. and Canada.
Manhattan College produced a 97 percent GSR for the cohort with 10 programs attaining a perfect 100 GSR.
Matthew Billings carries on the Lasallian mission through running.
Pietrzak used Manhattan College connections to create a new business model.
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.
Fun Fact: 75% of Manhattan College freshmen live on campus — making Move-in Day kind of a big deal!
Kaiyun Chen ’19 and Tim Gress ’19 advocated with local representatives on international issues.
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.
The sophomore education major received an REU grant from the National Science Foundation.
Five members of the class of 2018 have been accepted at service-based organizations.
The Joseph J. Gunn ’30 Alumni Medal is known as Manhattan College’s most prestigious undergraduate award.
Micaela Bishop ’18 and Ryan Quattromani ’18 have worked closely with the surrounding community.
Manhattan College students gain recognition from ACEC New York metropolitan chapter.
Battocchio will receive the Carty valedictory medal and speak on behalf of her classmates at Commencement.
A student in the organizational leadership program, Krishnan will speak on behalf of her classmates at Spring Commencement.
The Manhattan College team took home the top prize for the second consecutive year.
Marshall Strawbridge ’21 is thriving in Manhattan College’s government and economics departments.
A team of Manhattan chemical engineering students construct a plan to bring power and clean water to a Lasallian grade school in Puerto Rico.
A history and peace studies major, Rebhahn is an active leader on campus.
From March 18 - 24, the College will host a series of events that aim to address women's issues worldwide, and empower women in their personal and professional lives.
Students in the O’Malley School of Business continue to volunteer in the borough.
Students involved in the extracurricular improvisational comedy troupe Scatterbomb develop the social prowess to excel both personally and professionally.
Matt Marcello traveled all over New York City at a summer internship that gave him unique, valuable experience.
The College Fed Challenge provided a forum for Manhattan College students to evaluate the nominee to the country’s central bank.
The group came together with other young people to address timely issues in the context of Catholic faith tradition.
Danielle Baik and Anthony DePinho gained valuable research experience in Massachusetts this summer.
Manhattan College is the only school nationwide with two student scholarship recipients.
Manhattan College alum and best-selling author James Patterson ’69 will give twenty students academic scholarships for the 2017-18 school year.
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.
An advanced communication course led to a transformative 11-week paid summer internship with West Harlem nonprofit, SoHarlem.
A study abroad group relations experience helps students develop invaluable skills at a renowned hub for mental health training.
The Manhattan College student and former Marine was the Veteran of the Game on Aug. 1.
Business students traveled to the Amazon to research sustainable development.
A survey from the Office of Career Pathways shows a large majority of Manhattan College graduates landing in their chosen fields.
Rising seniors Mia Bertoli and Timothy Hamling receive scholarships in memory of Brother Francis Bowers, FSC.
An international studies major with a concentration in global issues and a minor in Spanish, Balaj will travel to Spain this summer.
The students will continue the College’s mission of service and social justice.
Ochoa-Figueroa is Manhattan College’s first Fulbright finalist since 2004.
The Joseph J. Gunn ’30 Medal is one of the College’s highest undergraduate honors.
With one-on-one tutorials from faculty mentor Dr. Musa Jafar, a diverse team of students discovers the art and science of decision-making.
The American Council of Engineering Companies honors Manhattan College students for their academic success and work experience.
The Spring Commencement valedictorian, Brancale earned a 4.0 grade point average in the mental health counseling program, while completing three different fellowships.
With support of college and greater NYC community, Therese Kelly ’17 launched a closed-loop organic waste recycling program on campus.
Blind since the age of 5, Evans is a published author and graduated with an English major, a history minor and a medieval studies minor.
Participants of the College-wide event contributed to numerous community service projects in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens on April 29.
Longtime adviser and co-founder of Earth Negotiations Bulletin encourages students to think globally but act locally.
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.
An environmental science major, Sigue was honored for her work in advocating for local causes and strengthening the Bronx community.
Held on April 7, the first annual Lasallian Women’s Conference focused on women and sexuality, sexual assault and prevention, and ideas for a future resource center that caters to women’s issues.
A panel discussion during Manhattan College’s annual Peace Week offered examples of how the U.S. military propagates peace during wartime, as described by students and alumni who served.
Manhattan College students research the environmental effects of exposing portions of the Saw Mill River to sunlight.
Cesar Tapia ’08, ’17 (M.S.) leveraged his engineering background and on-campus ITS job to earn a NASA internship.
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 represented the United States at the National Model United Nations Conference in Washington, D.C. from Nov. 11-13 and earned a Distinguished Delegation Award.
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.
Best-selling author James Patterson ’69 established scholarship program to assist 10 juniors and 10 seniors at his alma mater.
A growing two-day conference hosted by the School of Business places Manhattan College as a thought leader in the field of business analytics.
Lindenhurst, N.Y., resident will study the Irish language in the Gaeltacht regions of Ireland.
A communication and government double major, Heinitz is recognized for her leadership and service to the College community.
A native of Monroe, N.Y., Trieste will deliver the valedictory address at Undergraduate Commencement on Sunday, May 22.
Freshman honored as one of 218 community-engaged students to receive prestigious award.
The men’s golf, women’s basketball and softball programs were recognized after ranking among the top 10 percent in the NCAA's multi-year Academic Progress Rate report.
Winners Megan McKee ’17 and Daniel Hey ’19 will develop their respective startups with the expert feedback and $250 award from the event.
Ten students attended the prestigious festival, boosting their own skills and the College’s reputation in the theater world.
A budding pop star on two continents, Ali Isabella ’19 is studying the business of music at Manhattan College.
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.
In partnership with Creative Art Works, students will create the first public piece of art at Manhattan College on a wall below Founders Bridge.
Manhattan College senior Dylan Gray was a featured panelist at New American Colleges & Universities panel.
Jenifer Martin ’17 will study abroad in Madrid after receiving the award.
Led by Hany Guirguis, Ph.D., seven Manhattan College students earned a place in the Fed College Challenge’s finals, the College’s best showing ever.
Eight Manhattan College students earned an outstanding delegation award – the highest award a group can receive – at the National Model United Nations international conference in Olomouc, Czech Republic during Thanksgiving week.
Best-selling author James Patterson ’69 established annual scholarship program given to 10 juniors and 10 seniors at his alma mater.
Selma Chirouf ’16 is pursuing an M.S. in organizational leadership from Manhattan College while raising her two-year-old daughter and continuing efforts for climate change awareness.
Students inducted into prestigious Epsilon Sigma Pi honor society during event.
Manhattan’s students honored for ongoing sustainability projects.
Olivia Siller ’18 works alongside family to promote the mission of her father’s legacy, The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation.
International studies majors report to the United Nations headquarters to attend intergovernmental meetings and prepare briefs that often go directly to mission ambassadors.
Six students to take on year-long volunteer positions; one to enter Catholic seminary.
Four first generation college students reflect on their experiences at Manhattan and how they’ve navigated through and acclimated to college life.
For the first time, the College’s highest undergraduate student honor goes to two deserving seniors.
The College community, faculty, family and friends gathered from May 14-17 to celebrate the accomplishments of more than 1,000 students receiving master’s and bachelor’s degrees from the Schools of Arts, Business, Education and Health, Engineering, Science, and Continuing and Professional Studies.
As they turn their tassels, members of Manhattan College’s Class of 2015 reflect on the last four years and what it really means to be a Jasper.
Biology major one of 201 community-engaged college students to gain prestigious honor.
The student body receives honor based on commitment to a sustainable campus.
Mommy, MS and Me, a new children’s book written by religious studies major Stephanie Garcia ’15, is designed to create a dialog.
Business students to volunteer with the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program at the Northwest Bronx Resource Center in the Bronx for duration of tax season.
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy, Manhattan College students will volunteer at several sites across the Bronx, Manhattan and Queens.
Catholic Relief Services recognizes Manhattan College’s commitment to social justice through a wide range of student-led programs and events.
College honors 20 juniors and seniors as the 2014-15 recipients of scholarships established by best-selling author James Patterson ’69.
After a successful rooftop garden pilot internship program, Manhattan College students shared their urban gardening skills with the greater Bronx community.
A group of Jaspers were immersed in the culture and education of the Central American country through one of the College’s newest L.O.V.E. trips.
Manhattan's course catalog offers endless opportunities for students to engage in non-traditional learning through hands-on experiences outside of the classroom.
Once a Valhalla Viking and now a Manhattan Jasper, Anthony Amiano ’15 advocates for education reform as a member of the Valhalla School Board.
Academic research takes many students beyond the traditional classroom to field sites on mountaintops and below the sea, in courses like BIOL 409: Marine Biology.
Elaina and Gianna Petrone, from the class of 2009, both recently graduated from medical school.
Inspired by World Cup research, mathematics majors apply mathematical techniques to measure the teamwork on the women’s soccer team.
More than 1,000 Jaspers received their diplomas May 17-18, 2014, in Riverdale, N.Y.
Anthony DiCesare, Tegan Nelson, Carlos Orbe, Ivy Seraphin and Kathleen White will begin a year of service this fall.
Keansburg, N.J., resident receives Joseph J. Gunn Alumni Medal on May 15.
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.
Glen Rock, N.J., Resident and Former College Athlete to Deliver Valedictory Address at Spring Commencement
Valedictorian Kelly Keane ’00, ’14 graduates with a master’s degree in mental health counseling.
As the class of 2014 prepares to enter the real world, five seniors divulge post-graduation plans and reflect on what it means to be a Jasper.
Dominick Servedio and Carolyn Woo will speak at two spring commencement ceremonies and receive honorary degrees.
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.
Jorge L. Valle Sanchez ’14 finds footing in the entertainment industry.
Graham Rose ’14 tests decision-making skills in the real world.
Robert Bacchioni ’14 gets an insider’s look at NYC’s professional league sports.
Manhattan College business majors benefit from diverse and unique internship opportunities.
School of Business professors Mary Michel and Janet Rovenpor recently authored a nationally recognized case study and gave their students a first-hand look.
Courtney Slack ’14, a 2013 intern at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, spent a semester teaching 20th century Jewish history and the Holocaust to New York City youth.
Manhattan College’s Model UN Team participated in the national conference in Washington D.C., gaining valuable experience and recognition.
More than 100 students were recognized for their academic merit and leadership at the Fall Honors Convocation.
Jasper Summer Research Scholar Kathryn Wojtkiewicz ’14 joins a centuries-long dialog with her sights on the future.
Jasper Summer Research Scholar Michael Michalczyk ’14 discovers a systematic approach to inquiry.
This summer, Jasper Research Scholar Angelica Romero conducted student-faculty research with collaboration from the Harbor School.
Maria Toscano ’14, a Jasper Research Scholar, conducted summer research on a topic that changed the course of her life.
Ten students complete the inaugural summer program, which awards grants for undergraduate research conducted with faculty members.
Rokas Kirlys ’14, developed a new skill set while conducting summer research.
This summer, three interns are expanding the rooftop garden to grow organic produce in an effort to keep local food costs low.
In hopes of becoming an ophthalmologist like his father, Jerry D'Aversa ’14 traveled to Grenada to assist with sight-restoring surgeries.
Bronx resident receives highest undergraduate student honor.
Nearly 1,000 bachelor's and master's students awarded degrees.
Jennifer Player ’13 graduates with MBA and delivers valedictory speech.
Perry Rizopoulos ’13 and Pelham, N.Y., resident, receives Donald J. Carty Valedictory Medal.
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.
Panel of business experts offer critiques in first School of Business “shark tank.”
Twelve undergraduates join 190 others across the country to help make a difference
Each spring, Manhattan College students are immersed in international policy with a visit to UN headquarters in New York City and a docket of issues to resolve.
For the fourth consecutive year, Manhattan College business students partnered with the IRS to provide free tax preparation services to low-income families in the Bronx.
Jennifer Garcia ’13 excels in prestigious legislature internship program with Assembly Member Linda Rosenthal
Gardens on the rooftop of the parking garage and next to the residence halls produce food for campus cafeterias and provide hands on learning experiences for students.