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alumni bulletinboardDo you have a new book that was just published? Are you a part of a production you would like to invite alumni to? If you have special news that you would like to share with your fellow alumni, contact the Office of Alumni Relations & Annual Giving. We can help post notices about events, happenings, and other items of interest to share with alumni! A link can be created on our monthly e-newsletter & other social media.

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Office of Alumni Relations & Annual Giving
alumni@mville.edu

914-323-7235



New Alumni Publication, "Revisioning Mission: The Future of Catholic Higher Education"

Alumni PublicationCongratulations to Dr. Suzanne Dale Wilcox `59, MA `66, along with her husband, Dr. John Wilcox, and Dr. Jennifer Lindholm of UCLA, who have recently published the book, Revisioning Mission: The Future of Catholic Higher Education.

Click on the link below to read Suzanne's description of her new publication as well as the press release.

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Magazine Article on Martha Myers by Professor Ara Fitzgerald

Ara FitzgeraldManhattanville Professor & Chair of Dance and Theatre, Ara Fitzgerald was asked by the new online magazine, Realize, to write an article on her mentor, dance teacher Martha Myers (Manhattanville honorary degree recipient).

Click here to view the article!

Also, view the original web version of this special interview!

 
The Economic Freedom Institute Lecture 2013

Frederick MischkinWednesday, March 27, 2013
7:00pm; West Room, Reid Castle
The Economic Freedom Institute Of Manhattanville College Presents a lecture by: Dr. Frederic S. Mishkin
“Central Banking After the Crisis”

The lecture will explore where central banking is heading after the recent financial crisis.  First it will discuss the central bank consensus before the crisis and then will outline the key facts learned from the crisis that require changes in the way central banks conduct their business. 

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International Film Festival 2013

Confronting the Past: An International Festival of Films


Date:
February 25-28 & March 4-7, 2013
Time: All films will be screened at 7 pm. The special screenings that start at 6 pm
Location: The Berman Center Theater

Admission is FREE! A Q & A will follow the screenings.

Co-sponsors – African Studies, Asian Studies, Communication Studies, French, German, International Studies, Italian, Spanish & Latin American Studies
The Film Festival is being sponsored by Sue Weil ‘10

Click here to view the full schedule for this special event!

 
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