The Trustees of the W.W. Smith Charitable Trust awarded Manor College with a one year, $49,000 scholarship program grant for the upcoming academic year. The grant is more than a 60 percent increase over prior years at Manor.
Chelsey Phraner tells current students at Manor College to join clubs. It might sound cliche, she says, but it helps you open up to others.
The Abington resident believed Manor College helped her discover a love for the community around her.
As the head of a veterinary externship program, Mary Anne Evans saw how a Manor College education carries a different meaning.
Last week, Dental Hygiene students participated in a statewide “Informative Poster” competition at the Pennsylvania Dental Hygienists Association annual Keystone Dental Health Conference. There were 44 student poster presentations, and monetary awards were presented to the top 10 teams. Two Manor students, Amy Deng and Duongchanthra Bopa, came in 7th place for their presentation entitled: “Could There Be a Correlation Between Alzheimer’s and P. Gingivalis?” All of the Dental Hygiene students also participated in special student events that the Association sponsored on Saturday. The conference was a great opportunity to network with students from other PA schools, and served as a nice introduction to dental hygiene‘s professional association.