Sophomore’s Historical Research Becomes Published on the History News Network

Alyssa Spinosa hopes to eventually attend law school after graduating from MC. ALYSSA SPINOSA/COURTESY By: Jocelyn Visnov, Editor-in-Chief Alyssa Spinosa has shed light on the legacy of recently deceased feminist icon Charlene Mitchell. With the help of Professor Adam Arenson, Ph.D, Spinosa’s research on Mitchell was recently published to the History News Network.  Spinosa is a sophomore majoring in history with a minor in philosophy. … Continue reading Sophomore’s Historical Research Becomes Published on the History News Network

Summer Research Inspires Students to Follow Their Passions: Research Scholars Present Their Findings to the College

by Michevi Dufflart & Alyssa Velazquez Staff Writer & Editor This past Thursday and Friday, a diffusion of knowledge occurred in the Kelly Commons as the works and findings from over 75 student research projects conducted over the summer and past year were showcased. Their research covered a wide range of topics such as the transhumanist elements displayed in anime artwork, studies of worker cooperatives and … Continue reading Summer Research Inspires Students to Follow Their Passions: Research Scholars Present Their Findings to the College

Summer Scholars Reflect on Projects

Every summer at Manhattan College a handful of students conduct research projects of their choice, with the assistance of a professor within their department. Of the multiple programs that MC offers, The Lasallian Research Scholars allows students to apply for a stipend to pursue a project within a specific area of Lasallian ideas. One of these scholars was Angela Benevenia, a senior sociology and English … Continue reading Summer Scholars Reflect on Projects

Engineering Students Compete for a $75,000 EPA Grant

A team of Manhattan College engineering students will travel to Washington, D.C., in one week to compete for a $75,000 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Manhattan College’s team hopes to win this grant with their proposal for sustainable concrete. The EPA’s program is called P3 and stands for people, prosperity and the planet with the goal of designing solutions for a sustainable future. … Continue reading Engineering Students Compete for a $75,000 EPA Grant

Two National Science Foundation Grants Awarded to Manhattan College Faculty

The National Science Foundation has awarded Manhattan College faculty two grants to fund particle physics research and to launch an Engineering Scholars Training and Retention Center at the college. Rostislav Konoplich, Ph.D. and professor of physics will use the funds to conduct further research on the Higgs boson particle, while Sister Mary Ann Jacobs, Ed.D., assistant professor of education and Zahra Shahbazi, Ph.D., assistant professor … Continue reading Two National Science Foundation Grants Awarded to Manhattan College Faculty