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Thomas D. O’Malley ’63, former chairman of Manhattan College’s board of trustees, has provided the largest gift in Manhattan College history: $25 million to increase student scholarships and grants, support innovative teaching and research, and enhance and diversify learning opportunities within Manhattan College’s School of Business, now known as The O’Malley School of Business.
Manhattan College faculty, students and staff have submitted reflections that describe their spiritual journey throughout Lent.
The Office of Career Pathways has started a women’s professional development summer internship program, Women Inspiring Successful Enterprise, to develop female emerging leaders and empower them to advance professionally. The program was funded through a gift made by Jim Boyle ’61.
Students in the O’Malley School of Business are working with University Neighborhood Housing Program’s Northwest Bronx Resource Center to provide free tax preparation to low income families throughout the borough.
Two chemical engineering students and one communication student competed in the UniGame, an international business competition that gave the students the opportunity to create a proposal that helped Ben & Jerry’s tackle real business needs.
Manhattan College’s new Summer Day Camp is designed to advance the interests and creativity of children in math, science, arts, computer science and reading. The on-campus program will take place from Monday, June 25 to Friday, August 17 between 9am and 5pm, with open houses available from mid-March to early May.
Senior Rich Williams was announced as one of 128 student-athletes from all 32 Division I college basketball conferences for the inaugural 3X3U National Championship to take place in San Antonio, Texas during the Men’s Basketball Final Four weekend.
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