November 2010 NEWSLETTER




Manhattan Announces Marketing and Identity Initiative

Last month, Manhattan College formally announced that the College has engaged the services of SME, Inc. to conduct the new marketing and identity initiative. The project will provide market insights, benchmarking, an evolved brand identity, a new website, and a new branding campaign for the College.

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Manhattan Community Remembers Brother Leo Michiels, F.S.C.

Brother Leo Michiels, F.S.C., a resident at De La Salle Hall in Lincroft, N.J., and beloved chemistry professor at Manhattan College, died peacefully after a lengthy illness on Oct. 9, 2010, at the age of 82.

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Engineering Conference Room Named in Honor of Manhattan Alumnus

Nicholas J. Bartilucci

Nicholas J. Bartilucci ’54, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Dvirka and Bartilucci Consulting Engineers (D&B), was honored on Sept. 15 for his lifetime of service, commitment and accomplishment.

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Become a Friend of Lasallian Link on Facebook

The Christian Brothers Conference, an organization that spreads the Lasallian mission and links the districts in the United States and Toronto, recently launched a new Facebook page to further connect Lasallians and share news more quickly.

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Security Educates the College During Fire Safety Week

From Oct. 25-29, the offices of safety, security, risk management and residence life, circulated daily fire safety tips and instructions to the Manhattan Community during Fire Safety Week.

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Two Manhattan College Faculty Pilot CRS Resource

Margaret Groarke, Ph.D., professor of government and director of peace studies, and Cory Blad, Ph.D., professor of sociology and director of urban affairs, are connecting their students to fair trade and economic justice issues through the Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Global Solidarity Network.

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Engineering Students Help To Build Playground in Yonkers

Ten civil and environmental engineering students spent two days in September helping to build a playground in Trevor Park in Yonkers, N.Y.

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