SUNY Oneonta Recognizes Students

More than 700 students have been awarded scholarships at the annual scholarship dinner held on April 4. SUNY Oneonta‘s scholarship funds total over $60 million and are the result of contributions from donors, corporations and foundations. It is the largest endowment among SUNY comprehensive four-year colleges.

Steven Estes of Melville, NY (11747) – College at Oneonta Foundation 20th Anniversary Scholarship and funds from the Science Discovery Center Endowment

Nicholas Frankel of Dix Hills, NY (11746) – Elin J. Stene Endowed Fund for Music Scholarships

Jacob Goldstein  of Huntington Station, NY (11746) – Dorothy A. Wemple ’36 Scholarship

Hannah Kaplan of Commack, NY (11725) – Steven Edelstein ’79 Scholarship in Honor of Dr. Foster Brown and James E. Guzewich ’74 and Nora J. Guzewich ’74 Scholarship

Samantha King of Northport, NY (11768) – John J. Doherty ’87 Scholarship

Megan Lipps of Deer Park, NY (11729) – Dorothy Amsden Payton ’37 Scholarship

Isabella Marx of Dix Hills, NY (11746) – Daniel Michaels Memorial Scholarship

Shannon McGovern of Huntington Station, NY (11746) – Class of 1960 Scholarship and Milon J. and Helen Ormiston Bundy ’31 Scholarship

Elle Pierce of Huntington, NY (11743) – Dorothy A. Wemple ’36 Scholarship

Kristen Reynolds of Commack, NY (11725) – Alumni Association 9/11 Memorial Scholarship

Temima Shames of Deer Park, NY (11729) – Alumni Association Scholarship

Domenica Spadoni of Dix Hills, NY (11746) – Dorothy A. Wemple ’36 Scholarship

Kente Graduation Recognition

Over 160 students were celebrated as part of the Kente Graduation Recognition Ceremony at SUNY Oneonta.

Sponsored by the Department of Africana/Latino Studies, the Office of Equity and Inclusion and the Office of Student Diversity and Advocacy, the annual ceremony recognizes the achievements of SUNY Oneonta‘s diverse student population-African American, Latino, Asian and Native American (AALANA) students and non-AALANA Over 160 students were celebrated as part of the Kente Graduation Recognition Ceremony. Sponsored by the Department of Africana/Latino Studies, the Office of Equity and Inclusion and the Office of Student Diversity and Advocacy, the annual ceremony recognizes the achievements of SUNY Oneonta‘s diverse student population-African American, Latino, Asian and Native American (AALANA) students and non-AALANA students and allies.

Ashley Mancino of Huntington,  – Bachelor of Science in Psychology.

Nicole Rowe of Melville, NY – Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology.

Lauren Scott-Mohammed of Huntington Station – Bachelor of Science in Fashion and Textiles.

Senior Service Awards

A total of 43 SUNY Oneonta students received 2019 Senior Service Awards recognizing their commitment to volunteerism. Seniors who completed at least 350 hours of service through the college’s Center for Social Responsibility and Community (CSRC) were recognized during a reception on May 10.

The following area students earned the award:

Christina Denker of Huntington

Nicole Rowe of Melville

SUNY Oneonta is a mid-size, public, liberal arts and sciences college with a pre-professional focus. The college enrolls approximately 6,000 students in a wide variety of bachelor’s degree programs and a number of graduate certificates and degrees.

 

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