Professor Beth Shipley at Park Place Gallery
April 25, 2017Beth Shipley was invited to exhibit in a group show, Lines of Flight, at Park Place Gallery in Brooklyn. April 28-May 25. Opening April 28, 7-9PM. 661 Park Place.
That’s a wrap!
April 24, 2017
Picture of alum Ashley Coppolino (2016) with Mariska Hargitay at the Law and Order: SVU wrap party where Ashley has worked for the past year as a Production Assistant.
Dr. Robert Bullard Delivers 2017 Barry Commoner Lecture on the Environment
April 24, 2017On Friday, April 21st, Dr. Robert Bullard – often called the “Father of Environmental Justice” – delivered the 2017 Barry Commoner Lecture on the Environment to an enthusiastic crowd in the Theresa Lang Theatre.
Kevin Gotkin presents “Disability Artistry, Disability Justice”
April 20, 2017On April 20th, Kevin Gotkin visited MMC as part of the Conversations on Diversity & Social Justice series. His presentation, “Disability Artistry, Disability Justice,” focused on the intersections of the Art of Disability, Disability Artistry, and Artful Justice.
Madison Weisend ’20 Awarded Boren Scholarship
April 19, 2017
Dr. Ann Jablon Receives 2017 Cornaro Award
April 19, 2017The Sons of Italy’s New York State Grand Lodge Foundation has recognized Dr. Ann Jablon, Professor and Chair of Communication Sciences and Disorders, with the 2017 Elena Lucrezia Cornaro Award.
Three Senior Art Majors in the Hewitt Gallery
April 16, 2017Senior art majors Rachel Keyser, Kerri Novick and Rebecca Palko exhibit in the Hewitt Gallery of Art. Keyser shows two bodies of work: Synesthesia, luster photo prints exploring the way the brain processes stimuli and Collective Disposition, a mixed media installation. Palko’s In the Flesh, a series of oil paintings and oil pastels, explores the senses as experienced through the body. Novick created Park Nights, a large-scale drawing to accompany her black and white photographs taken in Central Park.
In Memoriam: Eugene Lang
April 10, 2017Marymount Manhattan College friend and benefactor Eugene Lang, 98, passed away on April 8, 2017 at his home in Manhattan.
Biology Alumna Heads to Dental School
April 6, 2017Victoria McIlrath, who graduated with a B.S. in Biology in 2015, will attend the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in the fall.
MMC Hosts First Global Roundtable with Rutgers University
April 6, 2017The International Studies Department of Marymount Manhattan College welcomed the Rutgers Political Science Department and an impressive guest panel for a discussion on career development in the global arena.
Congratulations to Jennifer Acevedo
April 2, 20172017 Jeannette K. Watson Fellow
Alumni News: Heui Tae Yoon ’11 featured in ART SLANT
March 31, 2017
EWL Major Writes Off-Broadway Play, “Blue”
March 23, 2017English and World Literatures senior (and Playwriting double-major) Penny Pun’s short play Blue has been included in Pan Asia Rep’s NuWORKS 2017, as part of their six-performance run at The Studio Theatre on 42nd Street.
Career Services presents the Second Annual Career Summit
March 23, 2017Career Services and CityEdge will present the Second Annual Career Summit on Wednesday, March 29 from 11:00am-3:30pm. This professional and career development conference for students will encompass keynote speakers, a networking lunch, and breakout panels with industry professionals.
Nominations - 2017 SDA Leadership Awards
March 16, 2017It is once again time to recognize your fellow student club leaders, programs, organizations, and Advisors for all of the wonderful work they have done this year.
MMC Alum Works the Oscars!
March 15, 2017MMC Alum Danny Romanello got to live out a lot of people’s dream this February. He worked the Oscars, arguably the most exclusive film event of the season.
Professor Jim Holl at Cross Contemporary Art
March 14, 2017Jim Holl’s solo show “All The Living Things” is a direct, painterly response to natural phenomena. These small paintings will be published in an upcoming book and feature meditations on the intersection of science, art, symbol and archetypes.
Alumni News: Margaret Roleke in Chelsea Gallery show
March 14, 2017Tondo, Tondo, Tondo, at the Walter Wickiser Gallery in NYC, features work by studio art alumna, Margaret Roleke ’84.
Remembering Professor Joseph P. Clancy
March 1, 2017
Dr. Clancy was a professor and esteemed faculty member of the Marymount Manhattan College community for many years.
February 27, 2017
Each year at the end of the month of February the Student Development & Activities office hosts the Leadership Summit. This program is designed to benefit all students by engaging them with relevant content and outside presenters who are highly experienced and deeply passionate about their specialty.
Your Voice. Your Body. Our College. Be Heard!
February 24, 2017The Campus Sexual Climate Survey
Photographer Joseph Rodriguez Talks About Race, Ethnicity, Culture, and Photography
February 23, 2017Award-winning photographer Joseph Rodriguez shared his work with students, faculty, and staff in a packed Regina Peruggi Room.
Substania Jones kicks of the Spring Conversations on Diversity & Social Justice Series
February 10, 2017Founder and photographer for the photo-activism campaign The Adipositivity Project presented “The Adipositivity Project: Subverting the Tools of the Angst Industrial Complex” to a packed Regina Peruggi Room.
Academic Affairs Honors Outstanding Achievement by First-Year Students
February 8, 2017The Office of Academic Affairs hosted a reception to recognize the outstanding achievement of first-year students during their first semester at MMC.
MMC joins 28-Day Meditation Challenge
January 31, 2017
Sign up now to cultivate deeper happiness and peace of mind
Calling All CommArts Honors Day Students!
January 18, 2017
Students should submit any excellent work completed in 2016 (January, Spring, Summer, or Fall semesters!) to the 2017 Honors Day Colloquium by February 14, 2017. Students may submit one piece of work only (exception: students may submit one additional piece if created as part of a team, for a maximum of two submissions). All submissions must be accompanied by a Faculty Sponsor Form.
January 11, 2017
Marymount Manhattan College Peer Leaders (PLs) are student leaders who help new students become acclimated to MMC and the larger New York City community. Peer Leaders work with new students to provide them with a clear understanding of academic life and opportunities to become involved in the College community. The PLs are role models, advisors, friends, but most of all, they are peer mentors who care about the growth and development of incoming students.
Realabilities, The Puppet Show Musical
December 22, 2016On December 18th and 19th, Marymount Manhattan hosted Realabilities—The Puppet Show Musical, which uses Avenue Q style puppets to teach children kindness, empathy and understanding towards children with disabilities and their typical peers through a charming, humorous and beautiful 50 minute musical.
Dr. Eileen Doherty Named 2016 Teaching Excellence Award Recipient
December 14, 2016Congratulations to CMA’s own Dr. Eileen Doherty–Marymount’s 2016 Teaching Excellence Award recipient!!
Mellon Foundation Awards MMC New Presidents Grant
December 6, 2016
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded Marymount Manhattan College a $50,000 new presidents discretionary grant. President Kerry Walk has dedicated the funds to support faculty development in integrative and immersion pedagogies.