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Honors Graduates at SUNY Rockland Community College Transfer to Top Universities

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

DATE: September 11, 2007

CONTACT: Lisa Saunders

(845) 574-4244

 

 

Honors Graduates at SUNY Rockland Community College Transfer to Top Universities

 

 

Suffern, NY - Graduates of the nationally recognized honors programs of SUNY Rockland Community College have begun their semesters this fall at some of the country’s top tier four-year colleges.

 

The Sam Draper Mentor/Talented Student Honors Program offers highly advanced academic pursuits to prepare students to transfer successfully to Ivy League and Tier One four-year colleges. The Management Development Program (MgD) is an Honors Program designed for the highly motivated student who plans to follow a career in business.

 

Top schools recruit SUNY Rockland honors students because the programs have a reputation for producing students with proven ability in a rigorous academic program.

 

Graduates of the Sam Draper Mentor/Talented Student Honors Program (M/TS)

University of Pennsylvania

Joshua Roberts, Suffern

 

Cooper Union

Orin Ben-Jacob (full scholarship), Spring Valley

Sanyeon Son (full scholarship), New City

 

Cornell University

Sarah Katavalos, Nyack

Igor Nikolskiy, New City

Jane Pluhowski, Nyack

Angelina Yucht, Orangeburg

 

Georgetown University

Adam Kostrinsky, Suffern

 

New York University

Roxana Bartolome, Palisades

Andrew Canariato, Garnerville

Michael Daly, Pearl River

Kristi Griffith, Chestnut Ridge

 

Bard College

Alexander Eriksen, So Nyack

 

Clark University

Rebecca Steinberg, Suffern

 

Fordham University

Jessica Gerardi, New City

Margaret McCarthy, Montebello

 

Iona College

Samantha Arena, Nanuet

 

London College of Fashion

Jane McTaggart, Sloatsburg

 

Manhattanville College

Richard Dunn, Haverstraw

 

Manhattan College

Kenneth Cosgrove, New City

James Hoepker, Suffern

 

Quinnipiac University

Gregory DeMarco, New City

 

Ramapo College, NJ

Michelle Buffardi, Suffern

 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Jie Wei Tan, Woodside

 

Temple University

William Dowling, Suffern

 

University of Miami

Daniel Birnbaum, New City

 

University of Wisconsin

Aylah Lowenstein, Monsey

 

SUNY/Binghamton University

James Byrne, Valley Cottage

Hannah Rice, Suffern

Ben Cohen, Spring Valley

Kelly Kossar, Warwick

 

SUNY/Stony Brook University

Lijo Samuel, New City

Sara Gilbert, Monsey

Aaron Solomon, Spring Valley

 

SUNY at Albany

Melissa Lamontanaro, Congers

 

SUNY at Buffalo

Pui Sum Lo, Nanuet

 

CUNY Baruch College

Ying Dong, Monsey

 

Graduates of the Management Development Program (MgD)

Cornell University

Angeline Stuma, Tuxedo Park

 

Babson College

Taryn Price, Chestnut Ridge

 

Boston University

Alexandra Markowski , Chestnut Ridge

 

Pace University

Christina Conte, Nanuet

Kathryn McGowan, Sloatsburg

 

St. Thomas Aquinas

Karolyn Cruz, Haverstraw

 

Iona College

Chris Facciola, Garnerville

 

University of Massachusetts

Alex Gomberg, New City

 

SUNY/Binghamton University

Kenneth Cassidy, Highland Mills

 

CUNY Baruch College

Mikhail Bayankin, Suffern

Nicholas Hair, Nyack

Lafar Mohamed, Spring Valley

Gina Pachlin, New City

 

For more information about the Sam Draper Mentor/Talented Student Honors Program, Liberal Arts and Sciences, call Dr. Cliff Garner, Professor, English, at 845-574-4715. For more information about The Management Development Program, call Catherine Roche, Associate Professor, Office Technology and MgD Coordinator at 845-574-4218, or visit www.sunyrockland.edu.

 

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Rockland Community College, a unit of the State University of New York, is located 25 miles northwest of NYC. The majority of its students transfer to four-year colleges, and many find immediate employment upon earning their associate's degree or certificate. The College also offers others, from preschoolers to senior citizens, the opportunity to simply learn something new. Quality education...at a price you can afford.

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