Program News


Recent News

 April 20, 2021 
Congrats to PHR/IS double major Dorian Provencher, whose paper African and Western States’ Approach to Human Rights: A Theoretical Analysis of State Behavior in the HRC’s Universal Periodic Review was accepted to two political science conferences!
 March 4, 2021 
Jessica Blatt’s 2018 book is featured in university book clubs and diversity initiatives.
 November 30, 2020 
For the first time, the Department of Academic Writing is offering a brand new upper level course this spring: Professional Writing Across Disciplines.
 October 29, 2020 
Spring 2021 Writ 102 topics have been decided!
 September 25, 2020 
The departments of Politics and Human Rights, in collaboration with International Studies, Social Sciences Assembly and more, are hosting an exciting array of speakers and discussions this semester.
 August 4, 2020 
Associate Professor of Academic Writing, Tahneer Oksman, Ph.D., along with her co-author Seamus O’Malley, have been awarded the CSS Prize for Edited Book Collection for their book, The Comics of Julie Doucet and Gabrielle Bell (University of Mississippi Press, 2019).
Wenqi Huang '20 before her presentation, Are You Hungry? The Role of Food in China's Rising Economy  March 24, 2020 
Each spring, Marymount Manhattan College’s Honors Day Colloquium showcases top research from across the disciplines and hosts induction ceremonies for campus and academic-based Honor Societies, as well as the Barry Commoner Lecture on the Environment.
 March 9, 2020