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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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Michael Caslin `80 to Lead Expansion of NJ Nonprofit

 Michael Caslin, Class of 1980Michael Caslin is a distinguished leader in the world of entrepreneurship and recently joined the team at Rising Tide Capital as the Managing Director of Strategy and Development. He graduated from Manhattanville College in 1980, where he double majored in Economics and Political Science.

Congratulations and best of luck to Michael!

pdfClick here to learn more about Michael’s special achievement.

 
"Never Leave Home Without your Manhattanville Tote Bag" by Janet Collins `56

Tote BagJanet Collins, Class of 1956, attended her 55th Reunion last May and reconnected with many of her friends and classmates. She shares with us her chance encounter with a fellow Manhattanville graduate, and reminds us of the continuity of the Manhattanville spirit that is within us at whatever stage we are in life!

 

pdfJanet_Collins_Tote_Bag_Story.pdf

 
Professor Juliette Wells to Present in the Faculty Lecture Series

everybodys janeFaculty Lecture Series
“Face to Face with Jane Austen”
by Professor of English, Juliette Wells
Wednesday, April 11th
Library, Manhattanville College

Congratulations to Professor Juliette Wells on the publication of her new book, Everybody's Jane: Austen in the Popular Imagination.

View advance reviews on the website of the publisher, Continuum.

Inspiration for Professor Wells' book came out of her courses on Austen, including her First-Year Seminar on Pride and Prejudice and my English course "Jane Austen and Popular Culture."  Research for the book was made possible by a sabbatical leave and summer grants.
 
A celebration of the book's publication took place on Wed., April 11th, at 7 p.m., in the Current Periodicals Room of the Library, as part of the Library's Faculty Lecture Series.  Juliette gave a presentation, titled "Face to Face with Jane Austen,"  on the topic of recent portraits of Austen.  Books were available for purchase and signing.

 
Joan Ranieri-Certain `79, Illustrator of Creative Children's Book Series

Joan Ranieri-CertainIn "The Adventures of Scruffles: Little Dog, Big World," Joan Ranieri-Certain '79, illustrator, has created the whimsical world of Scruffles—a funny little dog who explores his newly discovered world in an unexpectedly amusing way. From painting the deck with his tail and finding a new friend in the mirror to watering a car to help it grow, Scruffles charms children and adults of all ages. Available through Amazon or directly through scrufflesadventures.org, this seven-chapter book is the compilation of Ranieri-Certain's first five adventures in this children's book series along with the addition of two new installments.
 

Check out Scruffles latest adventure!Adventure of Scruffles

Follow Scruffles on Facebook!

Read a recent article on Joan's local presentation and book signing.

 
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