The Innovative Idea Competition endeavors to encourage students to think creatively by generating an idea for an exciting and practical product or service. The competition is open to all Manhattan College Students and students are encouraged to team up with students that might help their innovation.
Two Categories: Submissions will be entered under one of two categories: the Business Innovation category, and the Social Innovation...
Ever wonder what it takes to be successful? Want to learn how to tap into the greatness within? Come speak with high tech leader, entrepreneur, visionary and fellow Jasper, Dale Malik! Listen to his personal story of success and find out how you can find success in what you are passionate about.
Celebrate Irish heritage with a live performance by Guss Hayes and a lunch, along with the annual Irish Soda Bread Contest. The contest is free to enter and open to all. Submit entries by 11am to the Orientation Office on the 3rd floor of Kelly Commons.
Sponsored by the Diversity Committee.
If you are interested in working with children as a teacher, administrator, coach, counselor or a youth development specialist attend the 2015 Education Career Fair. We are targeting schools and organizations who are interested in hiring YOU. Save time scrolling through online positions and shake hands directly with recruiters making hiring decisions.
Visit manhattan.edu/educationcareerfair2015 to learn how to register and to see more...
There will be a “town hall” meeting regarding the College’s on-going Campus Master Plan study. All members of the College community are invited to attend.
During this meeting, our project consultants will update you on the various options that have been considered to date as well as solicit thoughts and input on the material presented. We look forward to receiving your input on this important project.
The pharmaceutical industry’s innovation and technology over the years have driven huge improvements in global health so who better to learn about these impressive changes than those who are making the difference.
Former high school teacher, principal and current educational consultant, Ruby Payne, will discuss “A Framework for Understanding Poverty,” also the name of her best-selling book. In her lecture, Payne will offer strategies for successfully raising student achievement and overcoming economic class barriers.
Sponsored by the Center for the Study of the Future of Education in collaboration with CMSA, the School of Education & Health, Kappa...
Gianmarc Manzione is a Puschart Prize-nominated poet and nonfiction writer whose work has appeared in The New York Times, The Paris Review, The Southern Review, Raritan and elsewhere. He earned an MFA in creative writing from The New School in 2004. He currently works as Editor of Bowlers Journal International, the oldest monthly sports magazine in the country.
In 2006, Parsifal Press published his debut collection of poems, This Brevity. He...
There are countless positions available at nonprofit organizations, and the work encompasses skills that can range from counseling, program management, budgeting and much more! Attend this panel, and hear from professionals working across a variety of organizations, and learn how you may do the same.