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Westchester college bucks national trend

Both the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center (NSCRC) have been reporting data showing the same thing:...

Manhattanville College President Geisler to retire

Geisler joined the college in October 2016.

Manhattanville and New York Institute of Finance forge new educational partnership

Through the New York Institute of Finance (NYIF) at Manhattanville College starting up this fall, students will be able to pursue a bachelor's or master's degree in finance or a master of education degree.

Elizabeth J. McCormack, nun who became Manhattanville College president, dies at...

McCormack was the subject of the 2012 biography "No Ordinary Life."

Debra Simons: Already lonely older adults are suffering under COVID-19 social...

Long before the emergence of COVID-19 social isolation and loneliness were already preexisting conditions in older adults.

Manhattanville, Mercy colleges offering help to former CNR nursing students

Mercy College has been approved by the New York State Education Department to provide increased degree offerings online and at its Dobbs Ferry, Manhattan and Bronx campuses.

Businesses, municipalities shared in $65.8M state REDC funds

The New York State Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) has issued a year-end report showing that it awarded $65.8 million in state financing to...

RPW Group buys 100 Manhattanville Road in Purchase

RPW Group has added another property to its portfolio: 100 Manhattanville Road in Purchase. Robert P. Weisz, president and CEO of RPW Group, told the...

‘Dinner and Dialogue’ for midsize businesses debuts at Manhattanville College

Aa second “Dinner and Dialogue” is set for Oct. 7, which will focus on health care.

Kickoff for breast cancer walk

Hundreds of breast cancer survivors, caregivers, volunteers, corporate and community members from across the lower Hudson Valley recently launched the 2018 season of the American Cancer Society’s campaign, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.

Sherie McClam & Andrea Kennedy: Sustainable thinking

Customers want a healthy planet and are responding to businesses that are mindful of the well-being of the world and all of its inhabitants. 

Suite Talk: Manhattanville president Michael Geisler talks design thinking, Westchester’s potential

“I would say design thinking emerged in reaction to the realization that even teams of experts will not always come up with a customer-friendly solution, as long as they all come from the same discipline," said Geisler.

Westchester schools named to best U.S. colleges list

“The fact that these ratings come from students, who after all are the experts, makes them all the more telling," said Cristle Collins Judd, president of Sarah Lawrence College.

Manhattanville College to launch Center for Design Thinking

By fall 2019, Manhattanville officials said the new center will launch on campus and design-thinking principles will be integrated into its undergraduate and graduate courses.

Women’s Leadership Institute hosts summit

The Women’s Leadership Institute of the Manhattanville College School of Business will be hosting its 4th Annual Women’s Leadership Summit: Dare to Be Bold on June 14.