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“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens


can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.� Margaret Mead Anthropologist (1901-1978)

CSI Softball Team Wins the CUNYAC Championship May 2007

Greetings! I am delighted to introduce the 2006-2007 Annual Report from the CSI Foundation. Every year, CSI’s reputation grows both locally and worldwide, invigorated by our standards of academic excellence, our talented and dedicated faculty, and the extraordinary achievements of our students and graduates. My predecessor, Marlene Springer, retired from her 13-year presidency this past August with an outstanding legacy. For example, in September, the first full class of students entered the Verrazano School at CSI, an innovative and challenging program for high-achieving students. In addition, CSI’s Master Plan for the upcoming decade is moving forward, and as we grow, we continue to enjoy a very special relationship with the people of Staten Island and New York City. Through the efforts of our Center for the Study of Staten Island, Staten Island Project, the College works together with members of our community to maintain a socially, economically, and intellectually vibrant Staten Island. And, CSI is now home to Athena, one of the

fastest supercomputers in the region; researchers at CSI now have unprecedented computing power to solve complex problems in fields of study ranging from traffic modeling to quantum mechanics. These initiatives, and indeed all programs at CSI, are geared toward providing more and better opportunities for our students, who, at the end of every day, remain our highest priority. We exist both for and because of them, and their success is our primary motivation. Drawn to our outstanding faculty, our beautiful campus, and our world-class facilities, more and more students each year come to CSI to expand their horizons and realize their goals. They are grateful to you, the members of our community who share in CSI’s mission and vision of excellence, and I look forward to our continued work together.




Best wishes,

Tomás D. Morales, PhD President




has been instrumental in the formation and success of CSI. A ceremony, attended by CSI administration, faculty, alumni, community members, and dignitaries from the entire state, was a fitting way to conclude an exceptionally bright chapter of Senator Marchi’s life, and commence one that is equally promising. The event marks the most successful fundraising special event by the CSI Foundation, raising more than $180,000.

First and foremost, I would like to thank each and every donor whose generosity and diligent volunteer efforts have enabled the CSI Foundation, Inc. to achieve its third consecutive year of raising in excess of $1 million. This year, much of our focus in terms of special events revolved around the retirement of Senator John J. Marchi, a legendary figure in the New York State Senate, where he served with distinction for 50 years. For nearly six decades, he has been a tireless advocate for Staten Island and the City of New York. His firm commitment to education at all levels

Through the effort of Elizabeth Dubovsky, Executive Director, the scope of our relationship with the Staten Island Foundation continues to expand and evolve. Its commitments through the end of fiscal year 2006 – 2007 make it the leading foundation source of support, having contributed in excess of $500,000 to CSI’s mission-critical objectives. Concluding its final year as a sponsor, the Staten Island Foundation has generously supported the SEEK Strategies for Success Program for five years. As pioneers of the program, and the sole underwriter of this tremendous effort, it has ensured that generations of students at PS 57 and IS 49 are equipped with the skills necessary to succeed in their young academic careers.

Through the generosity and imagination of Seth Edwards, Vice President of Community Relations, JP Morgan Chase has established an entrepreneurial club at IS 49 as an extension to Strategies for Success, in order to provide children of disadvantaged backgrounds financial literacy skills that they can adopt and apply to their own lives. Through a $20,000 grant, this club creates a handson opportunity for students to learn about important banking issues, such as creating accounts, money and credit management, identity theft, and general business administration. Both CSI and IS 49 recognize the effect that this club can have on the participating students and their choice of career, lifestyle, and future financial situation.

The Richmond County Savings Foundation, led by Cesar Claro, Executive Director, through funding for the Literacy Teaching Training Center and the Center for the Arts, marks its most significant financial commitment to the Foundation in the history of our partnership. Thanks to its generosity as the sole sponsor of the Literacy Center, CSI will provide students and educators, in both CSI and the Staten Island community, access to the latest technological advances. Providing such resources to students in the early stages of elementary education will prove to have a profound impact on their ability to reach their academic potential. Their commitment to Center for the Arts is exemplary and support for this season has grown to $25,000.

The Staten Island Foundation is refocusing its efforts in support of CSI and the community, by sponsoring research on Visioning, a process that would engage the community in developing a plan for the borough’s future, through a $25,000 grant. In addition, the Staten Island Foundation has funded a continuing education initiative, by sponsoring the Adult Learning Center.

Dr. Michael Shugrue, one of CSI’s most generous benefactors continues to champion the arts at CSI. During the past year, he has underwritten several memorable performances, led by the Philharmonic Quintet of New York and the Canaan Chamber Ensemble, as well as the performance and address to CSI Phi Beta Kappa Associates by Judith LeClair, Principal Bassoonist of the New York Philharmonic. These events continue to

JULY 2006


The Center for the Study of Staten Island, Staten Island Project (CSI-SIP) completed the Staten Island Social Capital Community Benchmark Study, the most comprehensive social science poll of the attitudes and behavior in the Borough’s history. The 25 minute survey of nearly 1,000 residents measured levels of trust, community participation and the nature of personal and familial relationships.

CSI launches a new Website for the school’s 12 varsity sports. Features of the interactive site include live in-game statistics for CSI home games, archived statistical information, and daily updates for members and students regarding building hours and group fitness classes.

Due in large part to the tremendous generosity of the Walt Disney Company Foundation, CSI’s Engineering Department had a great year. Through the tireless efforts of the DiFranco family and WABC-TV’s President and General Manager, J. David Davis, a $64,000 gift was secured toward the Donald DiFranco Memorial Scholarship. Donald DiFranco, a CSI alumnus, was a dedicated WABC broadcast engineer who tragically passed in the attacks of September 11, 2001. This scholarship endowment, which with help of family and friends, exceeded its goal of $100,000, supports deserving students seeking education in Engineering/ Information Technology at the CSI. I’d also like to thank fellow board member Samir Farag, who established an endowment of $30,000 for students pursuing an education in business/engineering.

I am proud to announce the addition of two new Foundation board members: John Alexander, Chairman and CEO of Northfield Bank, with deep ties in the local community and a pioneer of the non-profit internships at CSI; and, Richard Prinzi ‘93, a partner of the accounting practice of Integrated Financial Service, Inc., and former long-standing President of the CSI Alumni Association. I am certain that these two new board members will play an instrumental part in driving the mission of the Foundation.


draw remarkable attendance, as they offer rare opportunities to experience world-class acts, free of charge. Nearly nine hundred guests attended the Philharmonic Quintet of New York in the Springer Concert Hall, which was second in attendance for a CSI Foundation event, behind only the inaugural New York Philharmonic event a year ago.

While it is easy to marvel in our success, it is important that we continue to raise funds toward programs that will enrich the academic experience at CSI. I take this opportunity to thank, once again, all of CSI’s dedicated supporters, and urge all alumni, friends, and community members to help us maintain the momentum we have built. Sincerely,


James Easley President

SEPTEMBER 2006 CSI President Dr. Marlene Springer announces that she will be stepping down at the end of this academic year, after 13 years at the helm.

The Walt Disney Company Foundation makes a $64,000 gift to the Donald DiFranco Memorial Scholarship, named in memory of the former WABC-TV employee and CSI graduate who died in the tragic attacks on September 11, 2001.




John J. Marchi is a legendary figure in the New York State Senate where he served with distinction for the past 50 years. He was first elected in 1956 and since then, served in many leadership posts in the senate. The relationship between Senator Marchi and the College is long-standing and profound. As a proponent of higher education in his borough, Marchi once said that “writing the legislation in the 1970s to make the College of Staten Island a senior college within the CUNY system is one of the accomplishments of which I am most proud.” As the Staten Island Advance noted, “Without Marchi, it’s doubtful that CSI itself would exist.” Senator Marchi secured the College’s 204-acre campus at Willowbrook. Throughout the years, Senator Marchi advocated for state dollars to improve the College’s services, expand course offerings, and conduct vital research. He left to the College his collection of papers that are now preserved in the John J. Marchi Archives. CSI awarded Senator Marchi an honorary doctor of laws degree at its 2006 Commencement exercises.

The announcement of Senator Marchi’s retirement prompted the College of Staten Island to honor his service. Befitting the Senator’s life work and intellectual interests, on November 29, 2006, CSI renamed the building that houses the Department of Political Science, Economics, and Philosophy, John J. Marchi Hall. The dedication initiated an all-day examination and celebration of the Senator’s vast contributions to the College and the community. The morning began with a program of testimonials from then President Marlene Springer, CSI President Emeritus Edmond Volpe, Professor Emeritus Daniel Kramer, and Cardinal Edward Egan, the archbishop of New York, who referenced Senator Marchi as “Staten Island’s first citizen.” The ceremony was highlighted by a musical tribute to the Senator composed by Assistant Professor David Keberle. Learning of the news of the dedication, former Governor Mario Cuomo remarked, “He deserves it, that’s for sure. He’s won the respect of both sides of the aisle, without a question.”

OCTOBER 2006 U.S. Congressman Vito Fossella announces a six-year $3.6 million federal grant to CSI’s Discovery Institute to provide support, training, and tutoring assistance to struggling students and their teachers in a half-dozen schools.

Retired English Professor Michael Shugrue brings the Philharmonic Quintet of New York, a chamber subset made up of NY Philharmonic members to Center for the Arts. The concert was made free to nearly 900 guests due to Dr. Shugrue’s generosity.

One moderator, Professor Jeffrey Kroessler, observed, “Senator Marchi picked issues that were not tangential or parochial. He got involved with issues that he knew had legs-that were of genuine importance.” Following the conference, the Senator and his wife, Maria Luisa, were honored at a gala celebration at the Hilton Garden Inn of Staten Island. Proceeds from the evening will support CSI’s newly established endowed position, the Senator John J. Marchi Visiting Scholar in Public Affairs. The position will bring to the College researchers and practitioners with experience in fields such as transportation, housing, and social services that are relevant to the Borough’s public policy concerns.

NOVEMBER 2006 The CSI Women’s Center is named in honor of Bertha Harris, who taught in the Humanities Division of Richmond College from 1972 to 1977. Her third novel has the following dedication: “Lover is for my students, past and present, in the Women’s Studies Program at Richmond College, CUNY”

The daughters of the late Florence Ucelli join the recipient of the scholarship named in her honor at the Donor Scholarship Reception at President Springer’s home.

Over 400 guests heard remarks and reminiscences from distinguished leaders who came to offer tribute to the Senator. Speakers included: former Mayors Edward Koch and David Dinkins, U.S. Senator Charles Schumer, Congressman Anthony Weiner, New York’s Vice Consul General of Italy Giovanni Favilli, and former chair of the New York State Council on the Arts, the late Kitty Carlisle Hart. Senator Schumer put John Marchi’s career in historical perspective. “Senator Marchi,” Schumer said, “personified the ‘Greatest Generation.’ From the day he was elected to the day he retired, he never lost his integrity.” In summation of his career, former Mayor Dinkins remarked, “I know of no other elected official who is as highly regarded as Senator John J. Marchi.” That evening, Senator Marchi’s successor, Senator-elect Andrew Lanza, recognized the example Marchi set. “In all his successes, his battles and fights, he’s always brought dignity and grace, and I pray that I will be able to emulate that.... He’s Staten Island’s original champion.”


The day continued with a conference sponsored by CSI’s Center for the Study of Staten Island called, “On the Merits: The Distinguished Career of John J. Marchi.” A notable group of academics, public servants, and journalists, many of whom had worked with the Senator in the past, discussed the defining events of Marchi’s career in the context of the transformation of New York State and Staten Island over the last half-century.





Thanks to a $45,000 grant from the Richmond County Savings Foundation (RCSF), the College of Staten Island now has vastly improved tools to spread literacy throughout Staten Island. The generous grant has funded the development of a state-of-the art, comprehensive literacy clinic/resource center, named the Richmond County Savings Foundation Literacy Training Center. The Center will provide comprehensive facilities for present educators seeking certification, equip future educators with the most sophisticated literacy training, and provide local pre-K to 12 students with an unparalleled learning environment.

Cesar Claro, Executive Director of the Richmond County Savings Foundation, explains the importance of the Center, “We acknowledge that literacy proficiency provides the essential foundation for learning in all subject areas. The clinic will provide teacher candidate students with technologically advanced resources for teaching literacy.” Underscoring his foundation’s commitment to CSI, Claro adds, “Richmond County Savings Foundation is proud to assist the College of Staten Island in their efforts to make integrating technology and education a priority through several recent projects: the RCSF Science Teacher Training Center and the RCSF Mathematics Teacher Training Center.” The Center’s most significant potential impact will lie in providing crucial resources to students in the early stages of elementary education that will have a profound impact on literacy across subject areas. While the College envisions the Center to serve readers and writers in the community who have underperformed, relative to national standards, it will also serve CSI’s teacher candidates well in providing them with the experience, exemplary context, and certification for

Retired English Professor Michael Shugrue funds a lecture and reception featuring Thomas Lynch, an author of Booking Passage: We Irish and Americans, The Undertaking, Still Life in Milford, and Bodies in Motion and at Rest.

teaching literacy to pre-K to 12 students. The Center has been equipped with a range of print sources for pre-K to 12 learners, with a particular emphasis on content-area texts. It also enhances undergraduate and graduate learning opportunities in all of the College’s programs (early childhood, childhood, adolescence, and special education) and provides the opportunity for faculty research and community outreach. In choosing materials, the Center selected engaging and authentic reading sources (rather than curriculum materials) to promote lifelong learning. In addition, in keeping with the latest technology, the Center is equipped with computers and resources to support the technological skills for reading, interpreting, and sharing knowledge. The electronic text sources for pre-K to 12 participants have been selected carefully so that they reflect fully and provide for the diversity of the local demographic profile, with attention to race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, special needs, and language. The Center has placed a particular emphasis on choosing sources for the challenged reader to include highinterest/high-level content written for developing reading levels. A comprehensive

Alumni and friends gather at CSI’s Green Dolphin Lounge for Peace Train, A Sixties Cabaret, a networking party hosted by the CSI Alumni Association (CSIAA).

collection of sources with this focus is invaluable to our students, teachers, and the community. The new Center will serve as a place to run clinics to support students of all levels in the community, as part of coursework held after school, and for our teacher candidates to borrow resources for use in their respective fields. Many members of CSI’s diverse student body of more than 12,500 students will take advantage of the Center’s materials, including the College’s graduate-level students, in their research and project development. Over 1,200 students participating in the Education curriculum will have access to the stateof-the-art resources, approximately 100 teachers annually will use the Center to receive their respective certifications, and 15 CSI faculty members will utilize the new Center as an outlet for their literacyrelated research interests. Currently, CSI faculty, led by Professor Liquing Tao, are formally reaching out to dozens of schools serving local pre-K to 12 students for participation commitments.

Sandra Gambetti, Assistant Professor of History at CSI, has been very busy lately, not only trying to gain insight into the origins of 12 plaster casts of the Parthenon’s western frieze that now belong to the College, but, along with Craig Manister from the Department of Performing and Creative Arts, is also overseeing their restoration so that students, staff, and visitors to CSI may enjoy them, and learn from them. Thus far, one cast has been completely restored, and another four are undergoing renovation. Gambetti reports that the casts were made in Boston by the P.P. Caproni & Brother company some time between 1892 and 1927. Although she states that it is difficult to trace the exact origins of the casts, Gambetti theorizes that they might be the result of a combination of two other molds—those recreated from original molds commissioned by Lord Elgin in 1802, which were stored at the British Museum, and another set, the so-called Merlin molds, which were created in 1872. The resulting casts corrected flaws and faults to portray a more accurate depiction of the original frieze.

Gambetti is also investigating how the Caproni factory gained access to the molds so that it could produce the casts, but presently, she notes that she can only speculate on this because the factory’s archives were destroyed many years ago. According to Gambetti, the British Museum’s formatore (the person responsible for the Museum’s molds), Domenico Brucciani, whom the Museum allowed to hold most of its molds in his place of residence, eventually started his own company. After his death in 1880, his company continued, and it is possible that the founder of the Caproni factory gained access to them as he traveled throughout Europe in search of molds for his company. As for the more recent history of the casts, Gambetti discovered that they originally belonged to the Staten Island Academy, acquired through a private donation. The Academy displayed the casts in the main hall of the institution’s library. In the early 1970s, the Academy moved from its original location in St. George, leaving the casts in an abandoned building that was eventually scheduled for demolition. Pat Passlof and Arthur Levine, professors

at (what was then) Richmond College, which was located across the street from the Academy, came to the casts’ rescue, storing them in an unused room until 1994, when they moved to the present-day CSI campus, and the Atrium of the Center for the Arts (CFA).

As work continues on four of the 12 casts, Gambetti hopes that funding will be found to restore the remaining seven casts so that they may be displayed in their proper order in the CFA, and serve as touchstones for students of classical and Greek history.

DECEMBER 2006 CSI honors New York State Senator John J. Marchi for his 50 years of service to the College and the community with Marchi Day.

CSI Biology Professor Tom Brown and Department Chair Richard Veit, along with college researchers, determine how factors such as urban sprawl and pesticide spraying, meant to combat the West Nile virus, impact migratory and breeding bird populations. The project was made possible by an $18,000 grant from Con Edison.







were created with A Very Special Place, the Center for Independent Living, the Seaman’s Society, and the New York Foundling. The ticket subsidy project for the 2006-2007 season was made possible through the generosity of the Richmond County Savings Foundation, Time Warner Cable, and the Staten Island Rotary Foundation.

Since its inception in 1997, the Center for the Arts (CFA) has grown into a nearly $1.2M operation for the Staten Island community and its neighbors. The CFA hosts an annual, multidisciplinary performing arts series, from SeptemberMay, designed to engage a diverse audience. Each year, the CFA aims to present a rich mix of artists and entertainers from Staten Island, the U.S., and abroad. To date, the CFA has presented 270 artists and artist groups with audiences totaling 110,000. The 20062007 Performing Arts Series consisted of 19 shows with a total audience figure of

nearly 10,000, featuring artist companies from China, England, Ireland, Canada, the U.S., and metropolitan New York. This season provided opportunities for local artists to be showcased, including the Staten Island Ballet and the premiere of SunDog Theatre at the CFA with the Family Series performance, Charlotte’s Web.

In April 2007, Jeanette Vuocolo was appointed Director of the CFA. She has created projects and programs that celebrate new work by innovative artists for the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the New York Foundation for the Arts, among others. Her plans for 2007-2008

will bring a theme of “Island Culture,” for a season of thoughtful and challenging performances and special projects for children and adults, rooted in creativity and community. Major funders of the Center for the Arts include the Richmond County Savings Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation of New York (made possible by an anonymous donor), the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Senator John J. Marchi, Time Warner Cable, and the Staten Island Rotary Foundation. In addition, the CFA proudly recognizes the support from its growing membership and playbill advertisers.

In an effort to advance community outreach, this year the CFA formalized a ticket subsidy distribution program that enables disadvantaged borough residents the opportunity to attend the CFA performances at no cost. Partnerships

JANUARY 2007 Borough President James P. Molinaro delivers the 2007 State of the Borough Address at the Center for the Arts.

NYS Assemblyman John W. Lavelle dies at the age of 57 after serving in the assembly since 2001. He was a tireless advocate for higher education and friend of the College of Staten Island and CUNY.

The Center for the Study of Staten Island, Staten Island Project (CSI-SIP) brings to bear faculty research and expertise on the borough’s public policy challenges, thereby deepening the connection between the College and the community. Many members of the College faculty are at work on research projects that will yield insights about Staten Island, better equipping residents and policymakers with the information they need to make informed decisions about the future of the borough. One of the Center’s most ambitious projects is the Staten Island Social Capital Community Benchmark Study. With the generous support of the Staten Island Foundation, nearly 1,000 Staten Islanders were polled about their personal and social attitudes and behavior. The results provide a rich and intimate portrait of borough residents. The poll asked questions such as “Do you trust your neighbors?” “How often do attend community meetings?” and “How would you rate your community?” Since this same survey has been administered in cities across the country, “benchmarks” are available to compare Staten Island’s results against those of other communities and against national averages.

The results of the survey were the subject of the Center’s April 2007 policy conference, Building Community on Staten Island in the 21st Century. Leaders from the not-for-profit and civic sectors, academic researchers, and the College community gathered to learn about the efforts in other parts of the country to strengthen community ties. Most recently, the Center has been involved with a “learning circle” of scholars and community leaders seeking to develop practical applications that strengthen community bonds. The connection between housing and transportation systems will be the subject of the Center’s fourth annual policy conference in 2008. A good portion of the day will be devoted to a discussion of the results of a forthcoming Center working paper that analyzes affordable housing policy on Staten Island. This has received support from State Senator Diane Savino, Assemblyman Michael Cusick, and the late Assemblyman John Lavelle. Other Center projects include a sociological study of the Staten Island Ferry led by Assistant Professors Jeffery Bussolini and Ananya Mukherjea of the Education Department that examines

various dimensions of this important borough institution, including the behavior of commuters, staff, and tourists. The health of the Arthur Kill, the tidal straight separating Staten Island from New Jersey, is the subject of the Center project led by Associate Professor William Wallace of the Biology Department examining the composition of metal contaminants in the water. Both projects are supported by grants from State Senator Andrew Lanza. In the field of teacher education, a Centerfunded initiative will sharpen the research skills of aspiring teachers in the College’s undergraduate program by involving them in data collection and analysis of Staten Island schools.

FEBRUARY 2007 Borough President James P. Molinaro allots $325,000 for infrastructure improvements and special projects at CSI, including $135,000 for a transportation modeling and visualization laboratory.

CSI-SIP looks to continue to expand the number of faculty research initiatives in the next year, as well as deepen and expand the connections between the College and the community.

MARCH 2007 CSI launches the Verrazano School, an Honors Program and extension of the learning communities model that the College debuted in 2003. It is a school within a school that provides academically excellent students with a rigorous educational experience.

The CSI Library Rotunda was renamed in honor of former CSI President Edmond L. Volpe, cementing his legacy as an educator and visionary administrator.







In the fall of 2001, CSI’s Search for Education and Knowledge (SEEK) Program collaborated with the community in an effort to offer academic assistance to at-risk intermediate school children, creating a pilot project called Strategies for Success. Today, the program continues to thrive, working to promote the development and application of effective learning strategies and study skills essential to academic success within the population of economically disadvantaged college students at CSI, as well as for children at IS 49 and PS 57, both Title 1 public schools located in Stapleton. Tutors/mentors come from the SEEK program at CSI, which was designed for students who have the potential to excel in college, but may need academic support

and/or financial assistance. The SEEK Program has enrolled nearly 230,000 low-income students since its inception forty years ago. Without the unique support and guidance offered by SEEK, most of these students would not have had the opportunity to earn a college degree. Gloria Garcia, SEEK Program Director notes, “The Strategies for Success Program affords SEEK students the opportunity to have a connection with the world of work, and helps them clarify their career paths.” The 2006-2007 fiscal year marks the end of support from The Staten Island Foundation for Strategies for Success. The foundation has been the lead sponsor since its inception, granting a total of $265,000. Elizabeth Dubovsky, Executive Director of The Staten Island Foundation

has been involved since the program’s start. “Since foundations are only as successful as the organizations they fund, helping CSI’s Strategies for Success Program has been a win all around. Local elementary and intermediate school children have been helped by CSI students who have in turn benefited from helping these children and having their own study skills reinforced. The children have college student models and mentors and some of the college students have been motivated to pursue teaching and social work as careers. The college has hit a home run for disadvantaged young people and The Staten Island Foundation is pleased to have helped.”

to learning and access the supports they need to graduate. “We know that having a connection to a positive role model early in life is a critical asset, and that’s why Strategies for Success resonated with us,” says Ms. O’Neal-Dunham.

The program will continue in both IS 49 and PS 57 with funding this fiscal year for fall 2007 from the United Way of New York City, JP Morgan Chase, the Robert Bowne Foundation, Experian, and the JCC Beacon Program through the New York City Department of Youth and Community Development. Kathryn O’Neal-Dunham, Director of Grant Making at the United Way, recognized the importance of this project as the United Way of New York City is committed to helping young people overcome barriers

Strategies for Success continues to be supervised by Professor Gloria Garcia, SEEK Program Director, and coordinated by Georgia Landrum and Jennifer Sullivan.

APRIL 2007 Richmond County Savings Foundation generously grants the Center for the Arts $25,000 for the spring season of performances.

Retired Professor Michael Shugrue brings culture to the borough for the third time this year, sponsoring a concert in the CFA by the Canaan Chamber Ensemble.

In addition to the mentoring and tutoring activities, a financial literacy component will be added to the 2007-2008 academic year at IS 49, due to a generous grant from JP Morgan Chase. The JP Morgan Chase Entrepreneurial Club will reach out to students in an exciting and motivating manner, providing them with financial literacy skills that they can adopt and apply to their own lives.

their movement through cell membranes. While at Weizmann, Dr. Naider worked closely with acclaimed chemist Ephraim Katzir, one of the founding scientists of the Institute, who in subsequent years became the fourth president of Israel. Naider’s career path was clearly moving toward working for a major company as a chemical engineer; however, he chose to pursue a career as an educator. Naider said, “I decided that my first love was the quest for knowledge and sharing that quest with young minds. So, I chose academia where I would have the freedom to pursue those goals.”

Fred Naider, Leonard and Esther Kurtz Term Professor and CUNY Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, has had an illustrious career for more than 30 years as a CSI faculty member. Professor Naider combines the qualities of an extraordinary researcher and teacher, and remains one in a handful of scientists who has had continual funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for over 30 years. Naider is a chemist by training who has spent the best part of his distinguished career

studying peptides, a family of molecules formed by linking amino acids in a certain order. Peptides are ubiquitous in biological systems and are currently used in the manufacturing of drugs. His lab at CSI builds “designer” peptides, which he supplies to research labs around the world. In addition to his work in the United States, Naider spent many years working at Israel’s Weizmann Institute of Science. His research there focused on biological projects, with a specialty in peptide interactions with cells and

CSI-SIP (Staten Island Project) holds its annual conference on quality of life issues, sponsored by Councilman Michael McMahon. The conference featured results of a major survey of social capital, which was funded with a $75,000 grant from the Staten Island Foundation.

Professor Naider remains honored by the longtime support of the Kurtz family and the Kurtz Foundation through the Leonard and Esther Kurtz Term Professorship. His relationship with the family transcends many years. After he secured his bachelor of science and master of science degrees from Cornell University in 1966, Naider continued on to Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn for further graduate studies. While there, he worked under Dr. Murray Goodman, a renowned polymer/peptide chemist. During this time, Dr. Leonard Kurtz was an important

sponsor of Dr. Goodman’s research. When Dr. Goodman left Polytechnic in 1970, Naider maintained his working relationship with Dr. Kurtz. According to Professor Naider, Dr. Kurtz was originally a board-certified radiologist. He left this profession to serve as president of a medical product business, Deknatel Inc. Deknatel produced a number of innovative products, one of which was a combination of synthetic Dacron and Teflon into a surgical suture that would pull smoothly through tissue. Eventually Pfizer Inc. acquired Deknatel and promoted its important medical products. Dr. Kurtz and his sons then concentrated their energies on a new venture, BioResearch Inc., a research and development company. Upon Leonard Kurtz’s death in 1991, his son Dr. Robert Kurtz took control of BioResearch Inc. and continued the family tradition of supporting Dr. Naider’s work through the Leonard Kurtz - Ester Kurtz Term Professorship at CSI, which was established in 2002. Since then, the professorship has provided continuous funding in support of the innovative polymer and biopolymer chemistry programs at CSI.

CSI Friends holds their annual literary brunch, featuring CSI professor and author Sylvia Kahan, who read excerpts from her novel, Music’s Modern Muse.







“If you seek Edmond Volpe’s monument, just look around,” said Norma D’Arrigo, at the dedication of the Edmond L. Volpe Rotunda in the College of Staten Island Library. D’Arrigo, former President Emerita of the Friends of CSI, added, “I am proud to have been a founding member of the Friends…but I have no illusions. We were the Friends…but Ed Volpe is its premier friend…He has touched us all, and we are all better for his friendship.” Her remarks were part of a dedication ceremony on March 11, 2007 that formally recognized Dr. Volpe’s 20 years of service to the College as President, and 40

years as faculty member and administrator at The City University of New York, service highlighted by the consolidation of CSI’s predecessor institutions, Staten Island Community College and Richmond College. Dr. Marlene Springer, Volpe’s successor, remarked, “I was especially pleased to reap the benefits of all his hard work. I was following in the footsteps of a very fine leader. He challenged those who said it couldn’t be done and kept his eye on the goal. Dr. Volpe has been a tireless and positive force for CSI.” The program continued with a cocktail reception in the Rotunda, where a portrait

of Dr. Volpe was unveiled next to a plaque that reads, “In honor of the first president of the College of Staten Island and in recognition of his outstanding and enduring legacy.” For years, Volpe engaged in complex and delicate negotiations that led to the crowning achievement of his presidency, the completion of the new, unified campus. For 15 years, in a complicated regulatory environment with restricted budgets, Dr. Volpe fought to secure a facility fitting for the college that he, his faculty, and administrative colleagues had created. Volpe enlisted a coterie of educational, political, and community leaders to work as partners in advancing this ambitious project. There is no doubt, that he and former State Senator John J. Marchi are the two individuals who are largely responsible for securing the state-of-the-art, 204-acre campus that the community enjoys today. At the groundbreaking, then Governor Cuomo announced that the CSI campus would be the largest single-phase construction project in the history of the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York. The new campus was dedicated on October 14, 1993.

MAY 2007 CSI Phi Beta Kappa Associates hold their annual book awards ceremony honoring top performing seniors majoring in traditional liberal arts subjects. Judith LeClair, Principal Bassoonist of the NY Philharmonic gave the address and special performance for the awardees.

The CSI softball team wins the CUNYAC championship with a 3-1 victory over visiting defending champion Hunter College.

Under Dr. Volpe’s stewardship, the Center for International Service was born, with its faculty and student international exchange programs, and programs of study abroad for undergraduates. Dr. Volpe honored Soviet dissident Yuri Orlov, welcomed one of the earliest delegations of educators from the People’s Republic of China, and oversaw the arrival of the first group of foreign students from Nigeria in 1979. The Staten Island Advance noted with its coverage of the naming of the Edmond L. Volpe Rotunda, “Almost everything on the Willowbrook campus can be attributed to the vision of Volpe.”

On Thursday, May 10, 2007 the CSI Foundation sponsored its first-ever Planned Giving Luncheon, entitled “Leaving a Lasting Legacy.” The event was held at CSI’s Park Café as a result of an overwhelming demand exhibited by the response of over 100 CSI alumni and friends during the year. Guests participated in an interactive luncheon, which was not only informative and engaging, but provided first-hand knowledge on how CSI donors can leave their lasting legacy at CSI. Mr. Stephen Imperato, Future Funds (the CUNY-appointed planned giving consultants), presented donor vehicles including wills/bequests, charitable gift annuities, gifts of real estate, and much more. “There are so many people who want to give back to CSI by making a very significant gift, but feel they can’t unless they have a large amount of disposable cash. This is a misconception,” said Imperato. “There are planned giving techniques that can help CSI supporters at any giving level. They can make their legacy gift and improve their own financial or tax situation in the process.”

The CSI Alumni Association holds an evening of relaxation, fun, and spa treatments at Pilo Arts in Brooklyn.

DISCOVERY INSTITUTE In a powerful testament, former CSI Professor Dure Jo Gillikin shared her personal motivation for establishing CSI’s first ever Charitable Gift Annuity. “My gift to CSI will benefit the newly established Bertha Harris Women’s Center and its patrons. I sincerely hope that many of you will find a reason to make a similar commitment.” Planned giving is a unique, and mutually beneficial way to engage in philanthropy. While a donor’s generosity impacts generations of CSI students, one can also secure his or her family’s well-being. Plans are underway for a second luncheon in spring 2008.

Teachers have the enviable, yet daunting, task of stimulating the minds of their students and imparting knowledge. However, by the time they prepare curriculum, spend long days in the classroom, and then go home to grade papers, they often find little time to stay on top of the latest teaching innovations and methods. In an effort to alleviate this problem, particularly in regard to technology for classroom use, CSI’s Discovery Institute hosted its Second Annual Summer Technology Conference for Middle School Mathematics Teachers last August.

and more important in the teaching of mathematics and science, especially at the middle school level where teachers are not as much exposed to technology as at the high school level.” She adds that the Conference also gives teachers from different parts of the country and other areas of the world a chance to get together and learn from nationally recognized educators. The Conference, modeled after the Mathematics, Science, and Technology Conference for high school teachers at Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire, welcomed 70 participants and leaders from 16 states and six countries. Besides staying on top of their game as teachers, participants were able to earn graduate credit from The City University of New York (CUNY) and Webster University in St. Louis.

Irina Lyublinskaya, Director of the Discovery Institute, explains the objectives of the Conference, “The objectives are to introduce teachers to the innovative use of technology. As you know, applications change and technology becomes more

CSI and the ISOLA program honor Senator Diane Savino, Councilman Jim Oddo, Robert Cutrona, and Margaret Ricciardi with an evening of Italian opera arias. Funds raised help send deserving CSI students to Italy for study abroad.







exceptional relationship with members of the Staten Island community. We are delighted that Dr. Cea has been elected the fifth president of the Friends, and look forward to expanding these relationships even further.” “Our mission has always been to explore ways to acquaint our Staten Island community with the life-enriching educational and cultural resources that CSI has to offer,” Dr. Cea said. “I will see that we continue with this mission and in addition, strengthen our support by engaging the interest of other community leaders to join in our efforts.”

Dr. Christine Cea of Emerson Hill was elected president of the Friends of CSI, an association of community members dedicated to helping the College of Staten Island realize its goals and educational mission.

This year, the Friends of CSI held its annual literary brunch, featuring CSI faculty member and author, Sylvia Kahan, who read excerpts from her novel Music’s Modern Muse. In addition, the Friends of CSI collectively donated a number of children’s books to the Children’s Center on campus in December 2006.

“The College has long been grateful for the efforts of the Friends of CSI,” said Dr. Marlene Springer, the former College president. “For over 35 years, their events have been instrumental in developing CSI’s

Dr. Cea, with a lifelong dedication to higher education and serving the Island’s disabilities community, belongs to various organizations that support the disabled. She is a vice chair of the Staten Island

Developmental Disabilities Council and a member of the board of directors of the Staten Island Mental Health Society. A 1988 graduate of CSI with a bachelor’s degree with honors in psychology, Dr. Cea also holds a doctoral degree in developmental psychology from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Fordham University. She completed a postdoctoral fellowship as associate director of the Developmental Disabilities Project at Fordham’s Center for Ethics Education, and is presently a research scientist at the New York State Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities (IBR).

JUNE 2007 Mayor Michael Bloomberg delivers the address at CSI’s 31st Commencement to the 2,277 graduates.

CSI’s Center for the Arts receives a grant in the amount of $25,000 from an anonymous donor through the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

with four or five board members into the organization that now has three or four staff people in the office and a virtually full board of almost 30 members, and hundreds of volunteers.” Prinzi is currently a partner at Integrated Financial Service, Inc., an accounting practice that provides tax, accounting, financial planning, forensic accounting, legal, and other consulting services to individuals and small businesses. His commitment to the College will continue with his role as a board member of the CSI Foundation.

After seven years as the CSI Alumni Association (CSIAA) president, Richard Prinzi ’93, resigned from his position to become a member of the board of directors of the CSI Foundation. Prinzi, who had been president since 2000, and an Association board member since 1995, reflects on his tenure as CSIAA president as “a wonderful experience. I got to work with some very talented individuals. I took the Alumni Association from a grassroots, very small, one part-time employee organization

This year, CSIAA hosted a variety of events inviting alumni, students, and community members to participate. CSIAA celebrated the music of the 1960s, holding the first CSI Cabaret Night in October, and hosted an annual Holiday Networking Party in December. In May, Elena Solitario ’82, owner of the Pilo Arts Day Spa, graciously hosted “Spring into Beauty,” an evening of pampering spa treatments, held annually. The evening featured informational presentations on skin care by two physicians, and two alumnae won grand prize trips to spas in Bologna and Tuscany. Another annual event, CSI Alumni Night

After five years of generous support from the Staten Island Foundation, the Strategies for Success after school academic mentoring program at IS 49 and PS 57 finds new support from the JP Morgan Chase Foundation, United Way, and the JCC Beacon Program through the NYC Dept. of Youth and Community Development.

at the Richmond County Ballpark, saluted the class of 2007. The opening day game saw the Staten Island Yankees take on the Brooklyn Cyclones. In support of the College community the CSIAA organized and participated in various on-campus activities. Two student workshops, on the path to medical school, with Dmitry Volfson DO, ’02, and on skin care, with Gloria Castelucci ’02, medical esthetician, gave students a chance to learn from expert alumni. In May, the CSIAA board of directors donated $3,000 to CSI Athletics to support student athletes, at their Annual Athletics Awards Dinner, presented Outstanding Student Leadership Awards to four graduating students at the Annual Student Awards Ceremony, and welcomed alumni as they returned to campus to participate in the Commencement procession.

to be the new president of the board of directors of the College of Staten Island Alumni Association. Having worked with our veteran board members for a number of years, I know them to be dedicated volunteers, and our newly elected board members have already shown an eagerness to be active.” She adds, “It is my belief that this enthusiastic board will be able to reach out to more of our alumni and instill in them a sense of pride and an eagerness to remain connected to this College.”

Cynthia DiMarco, Esq. ’72, ’74, has been elected the president of CSIAA. A native Staten Islander and CSIAA board member for ten years, DiMarco has also served as the board’s recording secretary and vice president. DiMarco, a lawyer, who specializes in real estate, wills and estates, and business law, says, “I am honored




The CSI Foundation raised in excess of one million dollars for the third consecutive year with a total of $1.567 million.



Dr. Marlene Springer served as President of CSI from 1994 to 2007. In her 13 years of leadership, Dr. Springer advanced campus technology, established public-private partnerships, initiated an international distance education program, developed an international high school on campus, increased the College’s enrollment to record levels, and strengthened academic standards. She made CSI a recognized leader locally, nationally, and internationally. Former provost Dr. Mirella Affron remembers the beginning of her tenure as a “very propitious moment” that came with a new campus, new opportunities for hiring, and an ethos of collegial vitality. President Springer oversaw the replenishment of the faculty due to retirements and the addition of new faculty lines: over 57% of CSI’s faculty were appointed between 1994 and 2006. Over the years, Dr. Springer maintained a beautiful campus under the considerable challenges of placing 21st-century demands atop an 85-year-old infrastructure. At her urging, The City University of New York (CUNY) last year approved the process through which the College is now engaged


in developing a new Facilities Master Plan. Through this plan, CSI now has the opportunity to address its considerable growth since the original Master Plan of 1986, and to develop facilities to better serve the changing needs of its students. Also, due largely to Dr. Springer’s vision, preparations for adding residence halls to the campus are also underway. This dynamic addition will transform campus life, provide new options to students who ordinarily would not have attended CSI in the past, and enrich and further diversify the campus community. Dr. Springer is sought after internationally for her perspectives on women’s leadership, and was selected as one of only four U.S. delegates to the Annual International Forum of Female Presidents in Higher Education in Beijing; she is also one of only seven U.S. college presidents who founded The Oxford Conclave on Global Ethics. The Conclave, at Oxford’s historic Balliol College, involves intense collaborative study of global trends such as population growth, resource management, technological change, knowledge development, economic integration, conflict patterns, and

HIGHLIGHTS FROM PRESIDENT MARLENE SPRINGER’S TENURE The CSI Honors College was founded in the fall of 1997. In 2002, CSI joined the CUNY Honors College. Each year the applicant pool has grown larger and academically stronger.

In 2004, CSI inaugurated its Center for Engineered Polymeric Materials (CePM), funded by NYSTAR with a five-year $2.5 million grant. CSI was one of two distinguished colleges in New York State to receive the grant.

In 2005, CSI inaugurated the CSI High School for International Studies in partnership with the Asia Society and the NYC Department of Education, with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The school continues to draw the greatest number of applications of any new small high school in New York City.

It is not surprising, then, that Dr. Springer’s presidential tenure at CSI was also marked by a commitment to expanding the international programming of the College, with the goal of preparing students to appreciate the pluralism of U.S. society and to thoughtfully communicate and contribute in a global economy. Under her leadership, CSI’s Center for International Service grew such that in 2006, 672 students were sponsored to study abroad, and CSI now maintains 25 active international partnerships worldwide.

From the stage, Deputy Borough President Edward Burke remarked, “The legacy President Springer has left is truly remarkable, and it is a fitting tribute that this concert hall be named in her honor. She has brought the College into the 21st century, literally and technologically. Staten Island is a better place because of Dr. Springer, and her legacy is going to last in the hearts and minds of all who came to know her.”


institutional governance, and considers their implications for higher education.

When President Springer announced her retirement, the Staten Island and CSI communities gathered several times to mark her commitment and dedication to this borough and its residents. The final event celebrating her tenure took place on August 16, 2007, when the Concert Hall in CSI’s Center for the Arts was officially renamed the “Springer Concert Hall.” The dedication was made possible through a generous grant in Dr. Springer’s honor by Borough President James P. Molinaro.

The Verrazano School was piloted in spring 2007, offering high-achieving students the opportunity to be part of a dynamic, academically motivated learning community while enjoying the benefits of a comprehensive public institution within CUNY.

Over the past 13 years, CSI has revised its general education requirements and added bachelor’s degrees in social work and information systems; a bioinformatics option to the biology bachelor’s degree; master’s degrees in biology, history, adult health nursing, and business management; and, with the CUNY Graduate Center, doctorates in physical therapy and nursing.


In 2007, a new $700,000 supercomputer, named Athena for the Greek goddess of wisdom, was funded by CUNY and came to the CSI campus at no cost. The supercomputer is several times more powerful than any computer system within the CUNY campuses, giving CSI computational power to perform world-class research.






State Operating Budget Does not include fringe benefit costs, utilities, or capital expenditures.

$ 61,976,000

$ 66,265,800

$ 71,644,500(*)

CSI Foundation, Inc. Amount Raised Total Assets at June 30, 2007

$ 1,176,425 $ 3,215,902

$ 1,380,499 $ 3,696,789

$ 1,567,000 $ 4,244,353

CSI Scholarships & Awards Includes scholarships held by CSI Foundation and College of Staten Island Fund, which were raised prior to 1995 and are stewarded by the Business Office. Total Assets Scholarships Awarded

$ 4,940,402 $ 225,425

$ 5,516,396 $ 204,689

$ 6,121,774 $ 226,423

$ 691,914

$ 786,138

$ 851,023

2004-2005 Number + Awards 92 / $ 11.2 million

2005-2006 Number + Awards 80 / $ 11.7 million

2006-2007 Number + Awards 85 / $ 8.9 million

Building Program Support Gifts support CSI Programs Library Acquisition Emerging Leaders Undergraduate Research Stipends Athletic Initiatives Faculty Grants & Contracts Includes federal, state, city, and CUNY


(*) Net of retroactive collective bargaining PS funding

CSI AT A GLANCE, 2006-2007 Enrollment Undergraduate - 11,263 Graduate - 1,050 By Attendance Full-time - 64% Part-time - 36%

By Age Under 20 - 33.5% 20 to 24 - 37.1% 25 to 29 - 10.6% 30 to 39 - 10% Greater than 39 - 8.8%

By Gender Female - 60.6% Male - 39.4% By Ethnicity American Indian/Native Alaskan - 0.1%

Asian/Pacific Islander - 9.9% Black, non-Hispanic - 11.6% Hispanic - 12.7% White, non-Hispanic - 65.7% By Current Residence Staten Island - 75.4%

Other NYC Boroughs - 23.2% Other NY State - 0.5% Outside of NY - .9% Tuition Per Semester Undergraduate Full-time - $2,000 Graduate Full-time - $3,200

COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND PRESIDENT’S CABINET David M. Podell Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost Angelo Aponte Vice President for Finance and Administration Carol L. Jackson Vice President for Student Affairs Richard I. Truitt Vice President for College Advancement/Executive Director, CSI Foundation Michael Kress Vice President for Technology Systems


John Mazza President ADAK Contractors & Consultants, Inc.

Marilyn Caselli Senior Vice President Customer Operations Consolidated Edison

Patrick F. McDermott President McDermott & Thomas Associates

Christine D. Cea, PhD ’88 (Secretary) Associate Director, Development Disabilities Project Institute of Basic Research

Michael J. Miglino Vice President of Business Development ADCO Electrical Corporation

Robert S. Cutrona, Sr. (Vice President) President Project-One Services, Inc.

Carmine A. Morano President and CEO The PerfectHealth Insurance Company

Norma D’Arrigo Community Activist

Dolores N. Morris Vice President HBO Family

Harry P. Doherty Chairman The Staten Island Foundation, Inc. James M. Easley (President) Vice President & General Manager Staten Island Mall Samir Farag President Worldwide Electronic Corporation Joseph A. Franzese ’88 (Treasurer) Chief Financial Officer Bank of Ireland Wholesale Financial Services

Frank Naso Vice President The Naso Corporation Richard Nicotra Chairman/Chief Executive Officer The Nicotra Group Richard Prinzi ‘93 Partner Integrated Financial Services, Inc. Peter Salvatore Retired Managing Director Spear, Leeds, & Kellogg

FRIENDS OF THE COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Christine Cea, PhD, President Beverly Garcia-Anderson, First Vice President Eileen Pryor, Second Vice President Anthony DeFazio, Treasurer Carl Perrino, PhD, Recording Secretary Nancy Myers-Benbow, Corresponding Secretary Past Presidents Carol Berardi Norma D’Arrigo, President Emerita Mary Regan Giovanna Scano Tomás D. Morales, PhD, ex-officio President College of Staten Island Richard Truitt, ex-officio Vice President for College Advancement College of Staten Island Lia Kudless, PhD, ex-officio Special Assistant to the President College of Staten Island CSI ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Cynthia DiMarco, Esq. ’74 President Gerard McAuley ’95 First Vice President

Matthew Greenfield, PhD, ex-officio Assistant Professor of English College of Staten Island

Bruno J. Savo Vice President Savo Brothers, Inc.

Judith M. Hoffman Administrative Director New-Co Management Corporation

Tomás D. Morales, PhD, ex-officio President The College of Staten Island

Lophney Knight Vice President, Global Technology Marsh, Inc.

Richard I. Truitt, ex-officio Executive Director CSI Foundation

Robert Huber Director of Marketing and Communications

Christopher Loiacono ‘88 Tax Partner Eisner, LLP

Sally W. Williams Retired Chief, Staffing Division U.S. Office of Personnel Management (Philadelphia Region)

James Raggi ’70 Corresponding Secretary

President Tomás D. Morales, PhD

Director of Development Anthony R. Zic

CSI Foundation Board President James M. Easley

Associate Director of Foundation and Corporate Relations Erika Schaefer-Hellstrom

Contributing Writers: Erika SchaeferHellstrom, Terence Mares, Robert Huber, Anthony Zic

CSI Advancement Office 2800 Victory Boulevard, 1A-401 Staten Island, NY 10314 718.982.2365

Thomas Tyburczy Deputy to the President for Administrative Services Lia Kudless Special Assistant to the President Francisco Soto Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences Gail Simmons Dean of Science and Technology

Vice President for College Advancement CSI Foundation Executive Director Richard I. Truitt

CSI Foundation Coordinator Donna Lindsey

Contributing Photographers: Bill Higgins, Donna Lindsey, Ken Bach, Jennifer Lynch, Donna Garambone, Veronica Carle Designed by Corbalis Design

Arthur Merola, DPM ’85 Second Vice President Louise Brinskelle, CPA ’80 Treasurer Phyllis Minacapilli ’91 Assistant Treasurer Theresa C. Marro ’89 Recording Secretary

CSI Alumni Association 2800 Victory Boulevard, 1A-111 Staten Island, NY 10314 718.982.2342


THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK BOARD OF TRUSTEES Benno C. Schmidt, Jr., Chairman Valerie Lancaster Beal Philip Berry John S. Bonnici Wellington Z. Chen Kenneth E. Cook Rita DiMartino Freida Foster-Tolbert Joseph J. Lhota Randy M. Mastro Hugo M. Morales Kathleen M. Pesile Carol Robles-Roman Marc V. Shaw Jeffrey S. Wiesenfeld Carlos Sierra, ex-officio Manfred Philip, ex-officio


MAKING A DIFFERENCE CSI Foundation Donors $40,000 and up Asia Society Columbia University CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Gordon and Lorraine DiPaolo Dure Jo Gillikin Richmond County Savings Foundation The Staten Island Foundation The Walt Disney Company Foundation $25,000 to $39,999 Samir A. and Lisette Farag David Jeffer Northfield Bank NYT Capital, Inc. Michael F. Shugrue United Way of New York City $10,000 to $24,999 3M AT&T Public Affairs Barnes & Noble College Booksellers Bi-National Science Foundation College of Staten Island Hon. Michael Cusick Melissa Esposito JPMorgan Chase Keyspan Robert J. Kurtz, MD Hon. John Lavelle Hon. Michael McMahon National Endowment for the Arts NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Margaret Ricciardi ‘86 David Rockefeller $5,000 to $9,999 AAUW - Educational Foundation ABILITY Magazine American Campus Community Services American Educational Research Association Brooklyn Home For Aged Men Columbus Citizens Foundation, Inc. Con Edison CSI Alumni Association Eisner LLP Fred W. and Phyllis A. Erikson Exhibition Prints Expert Clinical Benchmarks, LLC

Federation of Employment & Guidance Services Calvin Holder Christopher J., CPA ‘88 and Michele Loiacono New York State United Teachers Hon. James Oddo RBC Dain Rauscher Kathryn K. and Steve Rooney Sovereign Bank Staten Island Advance Switzer Foundation Texas Instruments Time Warner Cable Edmond L., PhD and Rose M. Volpe $2,500 to $4,999 ABM Co. of NY Manhattan ADAK Contractors and Consultants, Inc. Coca-Cola Bottling Company of New York, Inc. Commerce Bank CSI Association, Inc. CSI Sports & Recreation Center Angelina DiFranco Experian Deborah Franzblau and Jerry D. Tersoff Friends of John Marchi Greater Syracuse Chamber of Commerce, Inc. Hilton Garden Inn of Staten Island IBM Corporation Matching Gifts Program Island Adworx Advertising DBA/ Communication Associates The Latin School of Chicago NBM Development, LLC New York Buddhist Vihara Foundation, Inc. NSF/SENCER The PerfectHealth Insurance Company Staten Island Chamber of Commerce Staten Island Day Camp Inc. Staten Island Mall Staten Island University Hospital Visiting Nurse Association of Staten Island Stamos O. Zades

$1,000 to $2,499 Aaron Plumbing & Mechanical Systems ABCO Maintenance, Inc. Agilent Technologies, Inc. John W. and Janet Alexander Allen C. Bentson Agency Inc. Area Cooperative Educational Services Art Lab Inc. Maria Beckner Board of Education, Township of Mount Holly Janine Brager Janelle L. Burns Cadwell Laboratories, Inc. Marilyn and Matthew Caselli Christine D. ‘88 and Peter Cea Mary Chrampanis Karen M. Cocchi ‘04 Commerce Bank Con Edison Andrew ‘69 and Sandra Conti Robert, Sr. and Jennifer Cutrona Norma and Charles D’Arrigo Daniel M. and Mary Jane Davis Maria Dias District Council 37, AFL-CIO Harry P. and Roberta L. ‘72 Doherty James M. and Cathy Easley The Edmund Niles Huyck Preserve, Inc. Uysal Emel Equity Valuation Associates Evelyn Marshall Scholarship Association FedEx Ground Package System Coleen Flynn Lou and Barbara Foleno Joseph A. ‘88 and Ann Marie Franzese Robert L. Freedland, PhD Friends of the College of Staten Island Bonifacio Garcia HBO - Home Box Office, Inc. Robert J. Helbock, Esq. HIP Health Insurance Plan of Greater New York Mrs. Judith M. Hoffman and Richard Hoffman Huttner Pasqualini Post #1367 American Legion Integrated Financial Services, Inc. Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship James Jennings Jewish Communal Fund

Russell Johnson Aaron and Lois Kaiser Kamco Supply Corp. Lawrence J. and Karen Karam Byung-Hoon and Sungnae Kim Susan Kornish Clare R. ‘74 and Daniel C. Kramer Land Planning & Engineering Consultants Langley School, Inc. Lee & Amtzis LLP R. Randy Lee Lehman College Judy L. Leybourn John Mazza Patrick and Susan McDermott McDermott & Thomas Associates Carmine A. and Liz Morano Dolores Morris Frank and Danielle ‘98 Naso The New York Community Trust New York State AFL-CIO Richard and Lois T. ‘75 Nicotra William Ocasio Ocean Park Estates Ltd. Ovas Building Corp. Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program Anthony Picciano Rampulla Associates Architects Richmond County Savings Bank Robert Bowne Foundation Jean G. and Albert E. Roland Kristin Rowe Peter J. and Gail Salvatore Bruno and Deborah Savo Scaran Oil Service Co., Inc. Miriam M. ‘79 Schreiber David and Anna Mae Seeley Terra Shirvanian SI Bank & Trust/Sovereign Bank Barbara L. Solan ‘62 Cynthia A. Somma ‘82 Marlene Springer St. John’s University Staten Island Economic Development Corp. Staten Island Rotary Foundation Pauline Tang Richard I. Truitt Thomas G. ‘73 and Susan Tyburczy

UBS Financial Services Loretta M. Ucelli United New York Sandy Hook Pilot’s Benevolent Association Verizon New York Victory State Bank Jean ‘70 and Saul Weisser Hugh, Sr. and Camille White Sally W. Williams Wohl & O’Mara, LLP Jeanie C. Y. Zhou $500 to $999 Mirella, PhD and Charles Affron AHEPA Chapter 349 Fund, Inc. AHEPA Educational Foundation Aldona Fire American Golf Corporation Anaconda Sports, Inc. Roger L. Anderson Atlantic Salt, Inc. Automated Financial Systems, LLC Reginald Ayers Fatu Bangura Joseph J. Barreca ‘99 BayWay Lumber William M. Birenbaum Board of Education of the City of New York Rosemarie Caiazzo ‘88 Center Stage Productions The Chapin School, Ltd. Christine Cipriano ‘93 Gregory Codoner James Collins Committee to Re-Elect Judge Straniere Robert Conigliaro Cooper Robertson & Partners Sarah Corfield Claudia Corradini Council of School Supervisors and Administrators Kathleen Cumiskey Stephen G. ‘76 and Rhea K. Dignam Eden II Enrichment Through the Arts Eurotech Construction Express Abstract Services Inc. Catherine Farinacci Michael Fazio Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

First Transit, Inc. Kathleen Flahive William C. and Joan H. Frederick Donna B. ‘84 and Michael A. Gerstle Kievon Harper Health Plus PHSP, Inc. Rachel A. Hudelson Island Ford Marina Jackman Carol L. Jackson, PhD and Emile Schreiber Indira Jasaraj J. Caldwell Corp Christopher Keddy Konica Minolta Business Solutions USA, Inc. Emily Lam Manfredi Motors, Inc. Marchi’s Restaurant, Inc. Maribellax Group Ltd. Robert Marraccino Marstay Ltd. Marymount School of New York Menicucci Villa & Associates PLLC Michael Mesheriakov ‘01 Lisa Moleta Mon Cheri Hair and Nail Inc. Jay and Ilona Mostel Joseph and Joan Motta Muirfield Capital Management LLC New York Board of Education New York City Partnership Foundation New York Container Terminal, Inc. The New York Foundling New York State Court Officers Association North American Data Forms Northside Middle School Anthony Nuzzolo Robert D. ‘70 and Linda S. O’Mara Robyn Paganucci Pall Corporation Soraya Pejko Physicians First Messages Inc. Pitta Bishop Del Giorno & Dreier LLP Francis and Dianne Powers Preferred Mechanical, Inc. Richard M. Prinzi, Jr. ‘93 Robert and Ericka Pritchard David Rader Richmar Controls & Services Co., Inc. Roberta and Allan Weissglass Foundation

Rotary Club of South Shore Russo Picciurro Maloy Insurance S&E Building Materials Inc. Fawzy M. and Loulou T. ‘86 Saleem, JD Sandy Ground Historical Society Paul Savage Sean Downes Attorney at Law Richard Simeone Kim Simonetti Cathy Smith Bruce I. Spender ‘67 Staten Island Board of Realtors Inc. Staten Island Leadership Institute Stephen Stearns Gaby Stuart, PhD Sweetbrook Nursery & Garden Center Manuel P. Vara ‘73 Salvatore Vigilante Wagner College Waters Corporation Weichert Realtors Vitale Sunshine Beatrice Weiss Alexander Zaitsev, PhD $250 to $499 Carlton J. Abbott ‘65 Jennie Alvira Mary Angell John, PhD and Emily Antonopoulos Peimin ‘99 and Albert Appel Mary Ellen Arrington A. Charles Aspromonte Vernice P. ‘86 and Roger Augusty Sarah E. Benesch Rocco and Carol Berardi Joel J., PhD and Judith I. ‘77 Berger Murray Berman Breezin HVAC, Inc. Elaine Buirkle John W. Burtner ‘74 Anthony Cappiello Jennifer Cappiello Lynn Cappiello Gail Wodkiewicz and Frank J. Cardella Mohomad Carim Lois E. ‘82 and Henry Cartmell Rosario P. Castioni ‘85 and Janet Bonnett Peggy Chan Robert E. Chiles, PhD Joshua Chung

Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities Con Edison Matching Gift Program Robert V. Connelly Cooley’s Anemia Foundation Inc. Staten Island Chapter Sandi Cooper and John M. Cammett Janet and Joseph Coriasco Joan and Angelo Cuneo David M. Curcio Davler Media Group LLC Anthony J. and Theresa C. DeFazio Stella and Jerry DeLuca CSI Department of Physical Therapy Mary E. DeRosa ‘77 Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation Jack Diamond Nicholas L., DC ‘69 and Linda C. ‘74 Dianto, CTRS CLP Wayne Diesel Direct Land Services Corp. James J. Dorney David B. Ebbin Diane G. and Robert Edelman Regina Emilio Robert L. Epstein ‘72 Expedite-Dem Inc. Extell Development Company Peter G. Finn, KHS ‘71 Madeline J. ‘75 and Michael Fiore Floyd Holloway, Inc. Alice F. Forman Kathleen E. ‘87 and Arnold E. Galvez Silvana Gambino Anne and Eugene Garaventa The Goodman Family Foundation Joan E. Hartman Deborah M. Hartnett ‘80 Christopher ‘99 and Erika Hellstrom High School for Service & Learning John and Susan Hudacs JCC of Staten Island Wilma P. Jones Steve Kaj Kingsborough Community College Roberta and Edwin Klibaner Lophney H. Knight ‘85 L & M Sound Design Liberty Mutual Ann, PhD and Gerard Lubrano Evelyn E. MacDonald ‘77

John J. and Maria Luisa Marchi Michael Meyer Frank J. Molinaro ‘94 Alice Monaco Kerri Mulqueen Fred and Anita Naider John and Lucille Nikolai Nutritional Management Services Oakley, Inc. Diane O’Donnell ‘00 June L. and William A. Olsen Samuel Oluwole Pella Windows & Doors Carl A. Perrino David M. Podell Louis S. and June C. Pryor Glenn Rand ‘97 Mary Beth Reilly Calvin ‘84 and Willie Mae Rice Crystal Rivera Roslyn Leon Rosenberg Nelly Ruben Russo, Scamardella, & D’Amato John Sangiorgio Douglas Schreiver Elizabeth M. Seder Gail Simmons, PhD SITG LLC. South Shore Country Club Staten Island Care Center LLC Staten Island Project Staten Island Yankees Staten Island Zoological Society Inc. Robert and Ruth Straniere Chandrani Suraweera Michael Terracino Three Act Play Ltd. Thrifty Exterminating Theresa Torre Hans A. and Victoria E. Werner Wonica Financial Services, Inc. Wyatt Technology Corporation Mohamed Yousef Elite Ziegelman $100 to $249 Wilma A. and Clinton G. Abrams John F. and Diwoaux W. Adrian Afternoons Restaurant Corp. Morris O. Ailey ‘77 Alesi Enterprise, Inc.

Steven L. Alfano ‘92 Marion Allen ‘77 Mimi D. ‘78 and Thomas Aloia Larry and Dorothy Ambrosino John J. and Theresa Amodio Chrisanthi Anastopoulou ‘01 Evelyn M. ‘66 and Thomas R. Anderson Beverly ‘82 and Lawrence Anderson Steve Anderson Delise Andrews Carrie Annable Rachael A. Annunziato Linda ‘75 and Angelo J. ‘79 Aponte Alyce ‘91 and Constantine S. ‘90 Arniotes, CLU Elias, Jr. and Margaret Arout Christabell J. Arrindell ‘88 Claudia Balach Joyce A. Baldassarri Richard W. Baldwin ‘71 Dean C. and JoAnn Balsamini Vincent Barbato Bario’s Caterers Robert Barone Pamela Bartels Raffaela Bartone Joan T. Bauer Daniel J. Beaton ‘89 Alan Becker Bedford Construction Corp. Christopher, Esq. and Nancy ‘73 Benbow Gina Beneduce Alan I. Benimoff ‘67 Thomas O. ‘85 and Diane Bergendale Bernard Herold & Co., Inc. Martin B. ‘72 and Patricia K. ‘91 Berntsen David J. ‘85 and Mary Besignano Frederick M., EdD and Teris W. Binder Jerome S. Birch Miriam L. ‘75 and Pepper Birchard Peter Black Elsie S. Blackshear ‘84 Blue Arrow Swim Club Boardwalk Hotel Group Helen Bolton David M. Bonamo ‘89 Eleanore Borrelli Carmela Brandofino Everett Breland ‘70 Louise O. Brinskelle ‘80 and Louis J. Brinskelle

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Elizabeth M. Karsa Glenna A. ‘87 and George Karyczak David Kasden Loretta ‘80 and Howard Kasper Adolph Katz Jerry H. ‘67 and Lenore Katz Ensi ‘88 and Louis Kaufman Kevin R. Kavanagh ‘83 Elvira M. Kelly Kathleen Kelly Richard L. ‘80 and Frances M. Kent Linda A. Kennedy ‘80 and James L. Kerr Lorraine Kevra Joan A. ‘79 and Thomas J. Kielty, Jr. Ayano Kindaichi Mary F. King ‘78 Annmarie Kirschner Arleen ‘79 and Arthur M. Klapper Marcia Klein Denise Kligman Elizabeth ‘03 and Kenneth Klingele Monica Knoll Philip Kohn Joseph Kosinsky Carla ‘92 and Gamil Kostandy Sasha and Joan B. Koulish Elizabeth Koutras ‘77 Steven and Eileen T. Kovach Jessica Kratz ‘02 Kathryn J. Krause-Ingulli ‘81 and Robert Saa Mary Kudella Marcia P. Kulick Elise J. Kump ‘74 Rosalind A. Kurland ‘92 Polina Kurovskaya Joan C. ‘89 and Raymond D. ‘79 Kurtis Georgia Lake Ralph J. Lake, Jr. ‘67 Eugene K., Esq. ‘70 and Lillian Lamb Concetta L. LaMorte ‘84 Leonora Landi Lisa V. Laney Tricia ‘97 and Richard G. Langelotti Ira Langer Lourdes O. Lapinid Jim Lardiere Linda B. LaRocca ‘01 Vincent LaSorsa Verna ‘70 and James Lauria Albert and Josephine Lauro Ann M. Lautner ‘92 Dorothy and Richard P. Leanza Sheldon ‘61 and Sheila Lebowitz Robert V. Lenney

Maureen T. Leo Robert, Sr. ‘87 and Laura Leonardi Marie Leone Virginia W. and Laurent J. Leong Charles J. and Nancy H. Lercara Roseann Lesko Anne Levesque ‘74 Denise R. Levin ‘75 Arnold E. ‘75 and Elaine ‘72 Levine Andrew Levy Helene C. ‘80 and Martin Lewis Albert Liguori ‘94 Vincent ‘91 and Josephine Lima Linda G. Lipscomb ‘79 Sherri T. and Jerod M. ‘71 Loeb Lawrence N. ‘60 and Anita Lofaro Rosemary Loffredo ‘96 Patricia A. Lomando ‘72 Othniel Lopez ‘68 Camille M. ‘84 and Michael Luciano Irene Ludwig Rachel Lurie Robert A. Lurie ‘85 Patricia M. ‘81 and Timothy R. ‘86 Lutz Mikhail Lvovskiy Maryann ‘96 and James Lyons Edwin I. ‘91 and Surekha Madari Irene Magnani ‘99 Beatrice D. Magnuson ‘79 Janet Magnuson ‘03 Daniel F. Magrino ‘02 James E. Maher Mary R. Mahoney ‘87 Lian Xin Mai Lila B. ‘94 and Henry Majewski Marguerite E. Mallette George Mallon William Manciocchi Joyce Mandel ‘02 Rose Manfredini Leonard T. Mangano ‘71 Manhattan Data, Inc. Robin Mankel Roseann and Mario ‘97 Manna Barbara Marcello Lisa ‘79 and Donald Marchesiello Carol Marcus Linda C. Marino ‘80 Simone A. ‘82 and Mary Marino Virginia Marino ‘77 Robert Marquez ‘67 Joseph Marretta, Jr. ‘69 and Sandra Manfra Marretta Janet M. and Robert E. Marsh

Antoinette T. Marten ‘80 Jeannette M. ‘73 and Robert Martin Joan B. ‘70 and Leroy Martin Nerina ‘92 and Vincent R. Martire Frank A. ‘76 and Mary Martucci Jeannie Masterson Robert Mathews Don Mathieson Jacob Mathieu Kelly A. Mattarelliano Michael W. ‘75 and Nilsa A. Matthew Eleanor Mattina Lucille Mattiola-Baron Bryant Mau Concetta ‘73 and Philip Mauro Fred Mavaro Nina Mazur Debra L. ‘85 and Robert F. ‘89 Mazzarella Frank J. ‘88 and Susan Mazzella Salvatore Mazzucco Barbara Mc Carthy Carol D. Mc Carthy ‘70 John C. and Irene M. McCracken Denise and Gerard C. ‘95 McAuley Shelia McClintock-Fraser Dorothy M. and Robert J. McCormack Virginia B. McGee ‘84 Ann A. ‘74 and Martin McGowan Eileen McGrath ‘74 Mary E. McGrath Elsie ‘83 and Cynthia McLemore James D. McManus ‘68 Allison McMorrow Claudia McNally Robert A. ‘87 and Celia McNeill Lillian A. McNichol ‘74 Jeannette McNulty ‘86 Kevin McQuade Marisol Medina Lucy Meglio ‘03 Conrad H. Meibauer ‘74 Bess Mei-Ling Fan, CPA Maria ‘04 and Byron Meister Irene J. ‘80 and Anthony S. Melchior Louis and Marianne Melfi Erica Melville ‘58 Mahesh Melwani Joseph K. Mendez ‘78 Estelita C. and Edmundo Mendiola Isaias and Cary K. Mercado Russell Merendino Nancy Merola Merrill Lynch

Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation - Matching Gifts Program Toby ‘90 and Isis Messrie Louis Meyer Marsha Meyer Brenda and Leslie Meyerberg Microsoft Matching Gifts Adriana Savino Miller Jodie Miller Lenore Miller Phyllis Minacapilli ‘91 Joan and Philip Minardo Nathan J. ‘72 and Johanna D. ‘77 Minucci Patricia L. Mishkin ‘81 Salvatore and Barbara Montalto Mary Ellen A. Montalvo ‘74 Moore Technical Consulting Group, Inc. Charles L. and Linda G. Moran Terence G. Morgan ‘72 Phyllis ‘79 and Alex Morris Margaret Moscariello ‘85 Frederick ‘76 and Linda Moscowitch Cini Mottola ‘05 Winnie Mou Mary Mousmoutis ‘76 MPG Glass Co. MTV Development Group LTD. Edwin Muentes Marie and Rocco Mulea Thomas A. Mulholland ‘90 Helen Muller Florence M. ‘77 and Gerald Mulvaney Salvadore Mungcal Manuel Munoz John D. Murphy ‘58 Patricia J. Murphy Teresa Murphy Annie Murray Victoria M. Muscianisi ‘71 Salvatore Musiello Thomas Naples Joseph Nappi Linda M. ‘84 and Paul Naradovy Kathleen T. Nastasi ‘75 Nandakumar Nayar Mary Lou Nelles Steven Neski Veronica and Robert Nestel Robert and Theresa Neville Marcia L. Newcombe ‘77 Regina Newman Robert H. ‘70 and Kristina J. ‘73 Newmark

Frances Foon Yee ‘89 and Siukit Ng Kate F. Nielsen ‘86 Jerry Noia ‘78 North Shore Waterfront Conservancy Paul Nugent Sergio ‘06 and Irma Nusfaumer Carol Obler ‘76 Candice O’Brien Aurora Nazareno Ocampo John M. O’Dowd ‘69 Seung M. Oh Georgiana Oliveri ‘92 Linda V. Oliverio Janet S. Olonko, RN ‘74 Barbara A. ‘86 and Taube Olsen Debra A. ‘93 and Raymond ‘75 Olsen William A. and June L. Olsen Kathleen A. ‘85 and Kenneth D. Olson Walter R. O’Neil ‘76 John R. and Anna Oppenheimer Martin J. and Marilyn E. O’Reilly Daniel P. ‘71 and Judith ‘71 Orlando Patricia D. ‘86 and Robert A. Orlando, Jr. Robert A. ‘86 and Patricia Orlando Barbara Ortiz Jose L. Ortiz ‘71 Chantelle O’Toole Laurie D. Owens Carmen M. and Elliott Oxhorn Ralph A. Pacchiano, Jr. ‘90 Kathleen and Steven Palmieri Linda A. ‘86 and Neal Palmieri Bart F. Panettieri ‘02 Diane Paolillo Antoinette Patafio Fred Patelsky ‘78 Audrey C. Patton Nancy A. Paugh Geralyn J. Paulsen ‘89 Jacqueline Paulson Raymond and Joanne Pavia Marlon Pavon Jose Luis Paz Adam Pearlman Melvin Pedersen ‘71 Olav J. Pedersen ‘74 Robert Peirano Joanne M. Pellegrino ‘71 Arnold Peltz Phyllis Penner Rachel Pepe Maryann Percaccio Benjamin J. and Nancy H. Pernick George ‘92 and Joan Perretti

Carol Perri Patricia and John Peterkin Matthew S. ‘83 and Eileen Peters Margaret R. Petrillo Robert Petrocelli Patricia and Nicholas P. Petropoulakos Robert Pettolino Aleyamma ‘83 and Philip Philip Alison M. ‘80 and Steven R. ‘81 Phillips Amelia M. ‘86 and Paul R. Piccione Diane E. Picco ‘97 Gwendolyn L. ‘82 and Fritzgerald Pierre-Louis Joseph Pifalo Patricia Pignataro Mitchel Pilnick Barbara ‘99 and Martin T. Pincar Vincent L. Pirro ‘75 Joseph and Vivian Pisani Barbara R. Pisetzner ‘91 Joseph F. Pisicolo ‘84 Joanna ‘77 and Natale Chris Pizzolo Eugene A. Plummer Bernard Polanski Jose Polit Audrey Ponzio Deborah Popper Stephen E. ‘83 and Sandra Poris Maria Portalatin Susan E. Porter ‘69 and Howard Snyder James L. Powell ‘96 Richard G. Powers Barbara ‘93 and Joseph Pravato Michael Premus Leo Priola ‘06 Margaret L. ‘73 and John M. Quinn Linda A. ‘73 and Micheal Quintavalle Teresa Ramella Gloria A. Ramos ‘75 Rapid Permits Laurie Raps Edward ‘93 and Patricia Rasa Sally Sierra Ratigan ‘95 and James A. Ratigan Faith ‘88 and Steven Ratner Joan M. Recco Mary M. Reda Jean Reiss ‘83 Kyle Reiter Pearl Remily Mark Reuling Angelo Reyes Nanci E. Richards ‘05 Donald Richardson

Richmond University Medical Center Richard and Sallyanne Rimpici Daniel Rivera Eric Robinson Sandra Robinson Elena Rodriguez Linda ‘91 and Larry Rogando Vicki J. Roitman Hildegard E. Romano ‘81 James and Genevieve Romano Minerva Romero Gladys Rondinelli Liza Rosado Andrew Rosalbo Charles Rosenbaum Lenore Rosenberger Jerome and Diane Rosenbluth Lucille A. ‘96 and Thomas A. Ross Richard Rossi ‘81 Gail ‘98 and Robert Rostawanik Iris R. ‘88 and Alan Rothstein Julia Ruocco Irene Ruotolo ‘71 Michael E. ‘78 and Margaret M. Russo Angela M. Ryan Brenda Ryan S.I Home Builders, Inc. Laura Saba Suzanne I. ‘94 and Richard Salinardi Sallie Mae, Inc. Gerd T. Salvesen ‘86 William E. Samuels Amanda Sanguinedo Dorothy Sanguinedo ‘76 Kimberly Sanguinedo Kathleen ‘80 and Thomas Santo Kristine Santorelli Vincent Santorelli Millie Sardone Deborah Sarria Pauline C. and Michael P. ‘70 Sasso Cathleen S. Savery ‘69 and Thomas P. Campbell Judith L. ‘97 and Anthony Savoca Betty Saw ‘99 Janet A. Scaffa ‘75 Maryann Scampas ‘75 Frank W. Scarangello, Jr. ‘86 John T. Scarpaty Joan Schenck-Prideaux, PhD ‘75 Stuart M. ‘74 and Linda Scherer Fay S. Schiff ‘76 Gisela Schilling-Chanda Deborah H. Schlackman ‘99

Maureen Schlaeger Mark Schlossber Jerome Schorr David Schribman Mary A. ‘70 and Hal S. ‘69 Schwartz Rebecca and Howard Schwartz Patricia E. Schwimer Albina Scrofani Barbara L. Sekulski ‘72 Patricia ‘76 and Chester Sellitto Shirley B. ‘76 and Montgomery P. Selman Julianne Seremeta Afrodite Seretis Loreta Seymour, DDS ‘75 Ruth Sharton Michael Shattan Susan B. Shavitz ‘87 Dorothy S. ‘85 and John B. Shay John J. Shea ‘80 Kathleen A. Shea Molenies L. Sheeko ‘77 Jack Sherman Lynne M. Sherman Jo A. ‘76 and Jethro Shifrin Louis W. Siani Sarah Sigler Colleen Sikorski Evelyn Silverman Ricardo R. Simmons ‘92 Mary E. Simone Susan I. Simonson ‘72 Lawrence Singer Cynthia W. and Edward Sittler Mary J. ‘73 and Nelson Sizemore Loretta A. Smith ‘97 Mercedes Smith Pauline SobelMan Robert Solberg Salwa Soliman Ida and Vincent Solomita Howard J. Solomon ‘75 Ann Sorena Susan L. Sorola ‘69 Gary Sparago ‘85 Spartan Embroidery Robert Spezzano Mary D. ‘72 and Nicolas Spilotro Harold M. ‘69 and Yachiyo Staack Regina A. Stafford ‘77 Julia Stanzione Staten Island Center for Independent Living, Inc. Bonnie Steele Marian A. ‘79 and Robert J. Stegmann

Susanne and Hans B. Steiner Gerald F. Sterlacci ‘97 Frederick M. ‘73 and Connie B. Stern Cynthia Stolzenthaler Catherine R. Stone ‘89 Kathleen A. Strebel ‘74 Aline Strobl Joel Sturm Norma Suika Edward J. ‘91 and Jean Sullivan Eileen Sullivan Keerthi ‘01 and Chandrani Suraweera Alice Suslowitz Edith and Alfred Susskind Laura A., Esq. ‘93 and Mike Sword Christine Tacoronte Jeffrey M. ‘75 and Shelley M. Taffuri Tanning Loft Jaina Tarantino ‘04 Keevin G. ‘75 and Linda ‘71 Tash Antoinette Taubman Fe’ C. Taylor ‘74 Jane Taylor Edward B. Tennant ‘75 Bernard Tepper Michael Terracino Mary Lou and Richard Terranova Louis L. Terruso ‘87 Jaclyn Tesoriero Catherine and Douglas L. Theobald Theresa M. Thingelstad ‘87 Sandra E. ‘82 and Stephen H. Thomas Susan S. ‘90 and Sunny Thomas John J. Thompson ‘06 Kimberly Thompson ‘07 Bobbie Tierney Suzanne Timbrouck Diane, PhD ‘78 and Jeffrey Tirado-Lampert, MD Matthew Titone Ben Tomaino Ralph, CPA ‘72 and Sandra G. Torgerson Gilerto Torres Alex Toustolug Kathleen and Joseph Tramontana Mary Tramutola Carmen Tripo Barbara Tromer Dina Trotta Eileen Tucker ‘89 Hannah Turay-Selli, RN ‘94 Frances Turner ‘90 Joyce Turner Jessica Tybursky

Tyndale Bar & Grill, Inc. Barbara S. ‘72 and Jerry Underhill United State Government - Department of Treasury Grace Vaccaro Inova Valerio-McLoughlin Darlene Vasquez Angelita Vazquez ‘89 Grace M. Venanzini Margaret ‘94 and Thomas Ventrudo Marilyn A. Verna ‘78 Jiuseppe ‘76 and Lucille Vicenti Beatrice Victor Diane M. ‘93 and Fred Viggiano Richard ‘72 and Mary Virgilio Joseph and Judy Vitrano Vito N. and Maria L. Vitrano Loretta Volpe Nancy R. ‘89 and Edward M. ‘85 Vomero Evans L. Waithe Arthur Waldhorn Dawn T. ‘77 and Kevin A. Walker Larry P. Walker ‘75 Mary Anne ‘73 and Rory Walsh Michael Walsh Vincent A. Walsh Eric A. Walters Steven Wandy Pei Wang Darien Ward Stephanie Ward ‘06 Virginia R. Warner Denis A. Watkins ‘75 Bernice S. ‘79 and Eugene Waxman Sidney ‘71 and Cynthia Waxman Trudy ‘85 and Donald Weber Allison M. Weck-Parkinson ‘87 and Charles Parkinson Paula Weckesser Edward ‘92 and Fay I. Wegener Beverly Weiner Jeffrey Weiner Shia Weinfeld Anita and Joseph Weisenfeld Denise Weisinger Ronald S. ‘75 and Francine Weiss Ann Welden ‘75 Joan L. Wettenstein ‘84 Christine White Antoinette D. Whittet ‘72 Donna J. Williams ‘99 Larry Williams Loretta T. Williams Edward Wilson

Leonard P. Winkler Rachel Witkin Worldwide Tickets and Labels, Inc. Anna Wu Juliana Yanushefski ‘75 Lynne Yip Barbara J. Youngman ‘90 Tak L. Yuen ‘86 Robert Yurman Randa, Esq. ‘86 and Vratislav Zagzoug-Pechota Judith ‘98 and Ralph Zampella Eileen M. ‘75 and Louis Zanelli John Zapantis Sharon Zhang ‘02 Suiling Zheng Karen G. Ziegast ‘98 Gertrude ‘91 and Milton Zlotnick Anthony P. ‘90 and Carol J. Zupo GIFTS-IN-KIND 4imprint, Inc. ABILITY Magazine ADAK Contractors and Consultants, Inc. American Golf Corporation Boardwalk Hotel Group Bocelli’s Restaurant Chelsea Piers Management Co. Euro Pizza II Exhibition Prints Hilton Garden Inn of Staten Island Calvin Holder Il Pomodoro David Jeffer Richard Johnson Concetta ‘73 and Philip Mauro New York Sports Club NFL Properties, Incorporated Oakley, Inc. Pilo Arts-Day Spa Eileen ‘90 and James W. Pryor South Shore Country Club Staten Island Advance Tanning Loft Thrifty Exterminating Michael Walsh George K. ‘73 and Valerie Wonica Anna Wu

MEMORIALS AND HONORS 2006-2007 Maung Aung Memorial Award CSI Computer ScienceDepartment CSI Office of Technology Systems Susan, PhD ‘89 and Steven Imberman Roberta and Edwin Klibaner Bertha Harris Women’s Center John F. and Diwoaux W. Adrian Evelyn B. Barish, PhD Robert E. Chiles, PhD Sandi Cooper and John M. Cammett Claudia Corradini Mary E. DeRosa ‘77 Rita ‘76 and Michael J. Donlon Peggy Elvin ‘75 Madeline J. ‘75 and Michael Fiore Elizabeth Foley Gloria M. Gasper ‘71 Dure Jo Gillikin Audrey Glynn Sue Ann ‘70 and Robert Goldman Annette M. ‘77 and Kenneth Grieco, MD Laura Harris-Chwastyk ‘71 and Thomas F. Chwastyk Myra Hauben Judith I. Jacoby ‘71 Denise R. Levin ‘75 Phyllis ‘79 and Alex Morris Marcia L. Newcombe ‘77 Linda A. ‘73 and Micheal Quintavalle Sandra A. Sanchez ‘91 Cathleen S. Savery ‘69 and Thomas P. Campbell Fay S. Schiff ‘76 Elizabeth M. Seder Loreta Seymour, DDS ‘75 Donald DiFranco Memorial Scholarship Adrienne Armenio Victor and Sandra A. Arnone A. Charles Aspromonte Robert Barone CSI Alumni Association Angelina DiFranco Helen DiFranco Karen A. Dondorf Frank and Catherine Fatale Donna L. and Kevin Garambone, PE Erika and Christopher ‘99 Hellstrom Leonora Landi Robert R. LaRusso, DC

Albert and Josephine Lauro Donna R. and James Dean Lindsey Jennifer Lynch and John Baldassarre Alfred S. and Rose Mancuso Salvatore and Barbara Montalto Maryann Percaccio Pitney Bowes Employee Giving Programs P. Kay Ponder Sarah Sigler Evelyn Silverman Phillip H. Sorace Richard I. Truitt Joseph and Judy Vitrano Vito N. and Maria L. Vitrano The Walt Disney Company Foundation Ely Stock Scholarship Donna Dimino ‘90 Evelyn Marshall Scholarship Fund Evelyn Marshall Scholarship Association Fitzpatrick Engineering Lecture Estate of James L.G. Fitzpatrick Florence Ucelli Scholarship Fund Norma J. and R. L. Dagna Madeline Parlato Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program Pfizer Inc. Loretta M. Ucelli Frank & Margaret Ricciardi Scholarship Fred W. and Phyllis A. Erikson Margaret Ricciardi ‘86 Friedland Scholarship College of Staten Island Harris Goldberg Memorial Scholarship Joel J., PhD and Judith I. ‘77 Berger Hugh White Jr. Memorial Scholarship Shari Aroyo Eleanore Borrelli Lawrence and Marion Charleston Kenneth J. and Joann M. Coffin Sandra Cruz Leonie Gilpin Arlene Kakoulas Leancia O. Kearns Maryann Meunier Jay and Ilona Mostel

Helen Muller Carmen M. and Elliott Oxhorn Angelo Reyes Helen and Marvin Szterenfeld Gussie A. Vallario Hugh, Sr. and Camille White John Esposito/Frank Walter Building Futures Memorial Scholarship Melissa Esposito John J. Marchi Visiting Scholar in Public Affairs ABCO Maintenance, Inc. ADAK Contractors and Consultants, Inc. Mirella, PhD and Charles Affron Allen C. Bentson Agency Inc. Larry and Dorothy Ambrosino Roger L. Anderson Rachael A. Annunziato AT&T Public Affairs Vernice P. ‘86 and Roger Augusty Dean C. and JoAnn Balsamini Bedford Construction Corp. Alan I. Benimoff ‘67 Murray Berman Bernard Herold & Co., Inc. Frederick M., EdD and Teris W. Binder Dr. William M. Birenbaum Helen Bolton Carmela Brandofino Calvanico Associates Robin Carey Lois E. ‘82 and Henry Cartmell Center Stage Productions Children at Play Preschool The Childrens Harbor Montessori School Victor Cocozziello Columbus Citizens Foundation, Inc. Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities Committee to Re-Elect Judge Straniere Con Edison Robert V. Connelly Andrew ‘69 and Sandra Conti Cooley’s Anemia Foundation Inc. Staten Island Chapter Cooper Robertson & Partners Sandi Cooper and John M. Cammett Council of School Supervisors and Administrators CSI Alumni Association CSI Association, Inc. CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation

David M. Curcio Michael R. Daniels Norma and Charles D’Arrigo Daniel M. and Mary Jane Davis Anthony J. and Theresa C. DeFazio Stella and Jerry DeLuca Irene J. and Frank DeNave Wayne Diesel District Council 37, AFL-CIO James J. Dorney David B. Ebbin Eden II Eisner LLP Timothy G. Ellis Enrico Caruso Museum of America, Inc. Expedite-Dem Inc. Express Abstract Services Inc. Extell Development Company Samir A. and Lisette Farag Arlene T. Farren Michael Fazio Peter G. Finn, KHS ‘71 Richard M. Flanagan Floyd Holloway, Inc. Joseph A. ‘88 and Ann Marie Franzese William C. and Joan H. Frederick Robert L. Freedland, PhD Friends of John Marchi Friends of the College of Staten Island Kathleen E. ‘87 and Arnold E. Galvez Lisa I. Ganesh ‘96 Anne and Eugene Garaventa Donna B. ‘84 and Michael A.Gerstle Kenneth M. Gold, PhD The Goodman Family Foundation Gary D. Gotlin ‘63 Rosemary J. Greco Joan E. Hartman HBO - Home Box Office, Inc. Robert J. Helbock, Esq. Christopher ‘99 and Erika Hellstrom Dorothy Helm Hilton Garden Inn of Staten Island Susan and William Holak John and Susan Hudacs Susan, PhD ‘89 and Steven Imberman Integrated Financial Services, Inc. Carol L. Jackson and Emile Schreiber David Jaffe Wilma P. Jones Diane M. Kelder Keyspan Hugo J., PhD and Eva Irene Kijne Kingsborough Community College

Roberta and Edwin Klibaner Lophney H. Knight ‘85 Clare R. ‘74 and Daniel C. Kramer Michael ‘75 and Bernadette Kress Jeffrey Kroessler, PhD Lia Kudless, PhD Land Planning & Engineering Consultants Alice Lanzi Hon. John W. Lavelle Lee & Amtzis LLP Lehman College Alfred M. Levine Liberty Estates Corp. Liberty Mutual Christopher J., CPA ‘88 and Michele Loiacono Ann, PhD and Gerard Lubrano Margaret, PhD ‘73 and John H. Lunney Lewis Marchi’s Restaurant, Inc. Maribellax Group Ltd. Robert Marraccino Gerald E. McLaughlin Christopher and Madelyn B. Mega Menicucci Villa & Associates PLLC Ann Merlino, PhD Joseph and Joan Motta Fred and Anita Naider NBM Development, LLC New York City Partnership Foundation New York Container Terminal, Inc. The New York Foundling New York State AFL-CIO New York State Court Officers Association New York State United Teachers John and Lucille Nikolai North American Data Forms Northfield Bank Laura Nowak Anthony Nuzzolo Ocean Park Estates Ltd. Mary Ann ‘80 and Francis O’Donnell Ovas Building Corp. Inez Palladino Pella Windows & Doors Pitta Bishop Del Giorno & Dreier LLP David M. Podell Nancy Pouch Francis and Dianne Powers Robert and Ericka Pritchard Professional Staff Congress Ptl. Rocco Laurie Memorial Scholarship Fund

RBC Dain Rauscher Research Foundation of CUNY Calvin ‘84 and Willie Mae Rice Richmond County Savings Bank Richmond County Savings Foundation The Richmond Group at Smith Barney Syed Rizvi RJW Brokerage Corp. Robert DeFalco Realty Roberta and Allan Weissglass Foundation David Rockefeller Kathryn K. and Steve Rooney Rotary Club of South Shore Russo Picciurro Maloy Insurance Russo, Scamardella, & D’Amato S.I. Parent Magazine Sagona Landscaping Ltd. Fawzy M. and Loulou T. ‘86 Saleem, JD Peter J. and Gail Salvatore Sandy Ground Historical Society Paul Savage William and Miriam M. ‘79 Schreiber Elizabeth M. Seder David and Anna Mae Seeley Michael F. Shugrue Gail Simmons, PhD Snug Harbor Cultural Center Francisco Soto, PhD Sovereign Bank Ann M. Spratt St. John’s University Professor Ruth Stark and Professor Abraham Malz Staten Island Advance Staten Island Board of Realtors Inc. Staten Island Care Center LLC Staten Island Chamber of Commerce Staten Island Inter-Agency Council for Aging, Inc. Staten Island Mall Staten Island Museum Staten Island Project Staten Island University Hospital Robert and Ruth Straniere Nan M., PhD and Jerald Sussman Kathryn Talarico Miriam R. and Eric R. Tausner Ann and Louis Torino, Jr. Trattoria Romana Richard I. Truitt UBS Financial Services United New York Sandy Hook Pilot’s Benevolent Association Van Alphen Bros., Inc.

Verizon New York John Verzani Victory State Bank Visiting Nurse Association of Staten Island Joseph P. Viteritti Edmond L., PhD and Rose M. Volpe Wagner College Simone Wegge Weichert Realtors Vitale Sunshine Hans A. and Victoria E. Werner Sally W. Williams Thomasina ‘82 and Charles Williams Wohl & O’Mara, LLP Mohamed Yousef Stamos O. Zades Kramer Scholarship Fund Clare R. ‘74 and Daniel C. Kramer Kurtz Term Professorship Robert J. Kurtz, MD Petrides Scholarship Fund College of Staten Island Samir & Lisette Farag Scholarship Samir A. and Lisette Farag Shugrue Cultural Development Fund Jo Anne K. and Duane DeVries Joan E. Hartman Mary F. and Harry G. Miller Michael F. Shugrue Sipp Scholarship Fund The Staten Island Foundation Soo K. Kim Scholarship Byung-Hoon and Sungnae Kim Volpe Library Endowment Carlton J. Abbott ‘65 Mirella, PhD and Charles Affron John J. and Theresa Amodio Marie E. ‘03 and George Anderson Jerome A. ‘71 and Gabriella Armani Joseph J. Barreca ‘99 Raffaela Bartone Carol and Rocco Berardi Miriam L. ‘75 and Pepper Birchard Helen Bolton Jessica ‘99 and Louis A. ‘05 Bruschi Lois E. ‘82 and Henry Cartmell

Robert V. Connelly Andrew ‘69 and Sandra Conti Sandi Cooper and John M. Cammett Charles L., Jr. ‘79 and Leonida Croatman Joan and Angelo Cuneo Daniel M. and Mary Jane Davis Anne Demarzo ‘06 C. Marilyn and Louis DeSario Harold E. and Portia Diamond Nicholas L., DC ‘69 and Linda C. ‘74 Dianto, CTRS CLP Lorraine C. Donlon ‘76 Diane G. and Robert Edelman Robert L. Epstein ‘72 Aileen J. Fox Ann Marie and Joseph A. ‘88 Franzese Jane E. and Romaine Gardner Bruce M. Gillam Mary Lou and Bradford Greene Robert G. ‘83 and Joan B. Herrmann Carol L. Jackson and Emile Schreiber Jewish Communal Fund Annie M. Jones ‘77 Wilma P. Jones Aaron and Lois Kaiser Diane M. Kelder Nora Kelley, PhD Vullnet Kolari, JD ‘98 Charles, PhD and Sylvia LaCerra Phyllis A. Litwinka Christopher J., CPA ‘88 and Michele Loiacono Evelyn E. MacDonald ‘77 Louis Maisano Peter, Ph.D. and Anne M. ‘87 Mazzella Annette and Yale L. Meltzer Michael Mesheriakov ‘01 Phyllis Minacapilli ‘91 Thomas A. Mulholland ‘90 Fred and Anita Naider NBM Development, LLC The New York Community Trust Northfield Bank William A. and June L. Olsen Walter R. O’Neil ‘76 Leah D. Pallin-Hill ‘75 and Bryan H. Hill Judith E. Palm and David B. Swanson ‘86 Jacqueline Paulson Raymond and Joanne Pavia Carl A. Perrino Anthony Picciano Louis S. and June C. Pryor Edward Quinn Linda E. Reese

Roberta and Allan Weissglass Foundation Jean G. and Albert E. Roland Peter J. and Gail Salvatore Elizabeth M. Seder Barnett Shepherd Martha O., Esq. ‘70 and Ercument Shoemaker Michael F. Shugrue Robert H. Shullich ‘88 Barbara L. Solan ‘62 Cynthia A. Somma ‘82 The Staten Island Foundation Stephen Stearns Susan Stock Richard I. Truitt Manuel P. Vara ‘73 Edmond L., PhD and Rose M. Volpe Arthur Waldhorn Denis A. Watkins ‘75 Jean ‘70 and Saul Weisser Sally W. Williams Bayrei Wong ‘93 Stamos O. Zades COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

DEPARTMENT AWARDS DIVISION OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES BUSINESS Business Department Faculty Award for Excellence Sylwia LaSocka Rhoda and Bernard Blau Award Danielle Sirois Beverly Curry Memorial Award Raymond Marsh Lorraine and Gordon Di Paolo Management Award Roger Aguilera Martiza Lobo Gregory Tsinker Lorraine and Gordon Di Paolo Marketing Award Goldalene Braithwaite Erick Gecevice

Arleigh B. Williamson Liberal Arts Award Laura Betz

Andrew Esterly Award for Academic Excellence Annamarie Volpe

Clara and Arleigh B. Williamson Award Melissa Orlando

Charles Pinzolo Award Monica Perrault

Phi Beta Kappa Associates Award Karen Bellochi Patricia Brown Joseph Buttafuoco Sara Butler Mark Candella Anne Cona Carliann Costanzo Shorok Hassan Sabrina Kaufman Georgia Landrum Orli Meir Richard Pascale Carla Radigan Nancy Roman Anabel Sorrentino Maria Synan Outstanding High School Teacher Award JoAnne Nolemi Nanci Richards

Burton S. Player Award for Academic Excellence Roger Aguilera NewYork State Society of Certified Public Accountants Award (Bachelor’s Degree) Amanda Katz Wall Street Journal Achievement Award Jonathan Hernandez CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Award for Academic Excellence in Business Ilir Demiri EDUCATION Kopple C. Friedman Commencement Award Lisa Ginetto

Harris Goldberg Memorial Award Samantha Pettinato Judith Summerville Memorial Award Trish Franzen CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Award for Academic Excellence in Education Karen Bellochi ENGLISH Carson and Ruth Alexander Award Patrick Misciagna Maria Rigby Grace S. and Thomas Feola Award Joseph Buttafuoco Sabrina Kaufman Earl Jacobs Memorial Award Ashley Gianoulis English Honors Award Kaholy Vasquez Ely Stock Memorial Award Nancy DiCostanzo Jennifer Durando MA Award in English Jason Turetsky CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Award for Academic Excellence in English Thomas Riley HISTORY Professor Herbert Foster-James Sturm-Don Hausdorff Memorial Award Kay Paolucci Mary Russell Stanley Plastrik Memorial Commencement Award Andrew Robertson CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Award for Academic Excellence in History Sara Butler

MEDIA CULTURE Media Culture Department Award: Cinema Studies Richard Krysztoforski Alexis Lambright Media Culture Department Award: Communications Lucie Lauria Danielle Palladino George Custen Memorial Award Antonio Golan Elliot Rubenstein Memorial Award Adrian Ramos-Rocchio CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Award for Academic Excellence in Cinema/Communications Debra Santulli-Barone PERFORMING AND CREATIVE ARTS Performing and Creative Arts Department Award: Art John Ratel Performing and Creative Arts Department Award: Dramatic Arts Christopher Russell Performing and Creative Arts Department Award: Music Isidore Ramkissoon Ted McIrvine Memorial Award Isidore Ramkissoon CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Award for Academic Excellence in Performing and Creative Arts Wanda Calamia POLITICAL SCIENCE, ECONOMICS, AND PHILOSOPHY Donna Mayer Award for Academic Excellence Olga Dmitriyeva Robert Luttrell Oded Remba Memorial Award for Excellence in Economics Yuki Kumagai Yohan Skaria

Laura Schwartz Memorial Award for Excellence in Political Science Sean Parisi Daniel Park Robert J. Schwenk Political Science Award Mark Candella Excellence in Philosophy Award Bryan Burdick CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Award for Academic Excellence in Political Science, Economics, and Philosophy Anthony Castiello PSYCHOLOGY Anya Gabriela Kuppersmith Memorial Award Nathalia Nunez Richmond County Psychological Association Award Olga Zagika CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Award for Academic Excellence in Psychology Darren Siegel SOCIOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY, AND SOCIAL WORK Judith Balfe Memorial Award AlexanderWiden Emil Oestereicher Award in Sociology Rosanna DiLonez CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Award for Academic Excellence in Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work Nancy Roman DIVISION OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY BIOLOGY Biology Department Faculty Award Shorok Hassan Francoise Sidime

Biology Department Faculty Award and the Joseph and Eileen Carlton Memorial Fund for Service to the Biology Department Shorok Hassan Melvin Baumel Memorial Award in Medical Technology Sean Gordon CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Award for Excellence in Biology Iris Moore Joseph Vagvolgyi Memorial Award Einat Derner Francoise Sidime CHEMISTRY Chemistry Department Award Carliann Costanzo Patricia A.Nolan Award Julia Rando CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Award for Academic Excellence in Chemistry/Biochemistry Glenn Erski COMPUTER SCIENCE Maung Aung Memorial Award Daniel Agman Computer Science Department Award Sohaib Alhamayel Ken Liu Dider Mostofa Vadim Roginskiy MS in Computer Science Department Award Simon Gottesman Augustin Tuzhilin Award for Excellence in Computer Science Yevgeniy Belov CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Award for Outstanding Service in Computer Science Dennis Healy

ENGINEERING SCIENCE AND PHYSICS Giovanni S. Impeduglia Memorial Commencement Award Ilya Furer Soumitri Seshadri CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Award for Academic Excellence in Engineering Science and Physics Sameh Faltas ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES Henry Huang Memorial Award Mohammad Durrani Morris E. Levine Memorial Award Troy Johnson John Mulligan Memorial Commencement Award Diane Carolan MATHEMATICS Louis Blake Memorial Award Diana Kovalerchik Benedict Carlat Memorial Award for OutstandingWork in Mathematics Carliann Costanzo Dr.W. J. Leahey Award Kaitlyn Lang CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Award for Academic Excellence in Mathematics Diana Kovalerchik NURSING AAS Award in Nursing Olfat Ibrahim BSN Award in Nursing Louisa Digerolamo MS Award in Nursing Mary Thomas CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Award for Academic Excellence in Nursing Cristina Parasole

PHYSICAL THERAPY Physical Therapy Department Award Michael Castania Christodoulos Fysentou Physical Therapy Department Award Quynhmai Vu Joseph and Eileen Carlton Memorial Physical Therapy Department Faculty Award for Service in Physical Therapy Lizzette Magalong NewYork Physical Therapy Association Brooklyn-Staten Island District Meritorious Student Achievement Award Jerilee Scott Physical Therapy Faculty Award for Excellence in Physical Therapy Kristen Davilmar STUDENT SERVICES Award for Outstanding Service to the SEEK Program Chenting Chan CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Award for Outstanding Service to the Department of Student Services Ilya Furer John Conway Memorial Award Robin Catalano James Ortiz, Jr. Memorial Award Dana Miller Rehberg Memorial Award for Academic Excellence in Poetry Richard Fedey INTERDISCIPLINARY AWARDS CORE 100 Award Christopher Heath Lyudmila Polyak John Rey Environmental Science Award Daniel Lau

Honors in Science, Letters, and Society Lisa Maetta Monica Serrano Maria Synan Porsche Witherspoon Information Systems Aziz Ali Vasiliy Bessonov Dennis Healy Jan Linkovsky Dion McDonald Ohnmar Myint International Studies Daniel Clancy Women’s Studies Award Jennifer Pakulniewicz CSI FOUNDATION PRIZES Art Leslie Cable David Loncle Michelle Volpe Creative Writing Olympia Filosa Michael Jones Dramatic Arts John Gibson Andrew Robertson Jill Ward English, Speech, and World Literature Creative Writing Award Olympia Filosa Michael Jones Music Patricia Calabrese Steven Cipriano Kyeong Kim Steven LaRocca Patrice Panelli SAUNDRA FRANKEL MEMORIAL AWARDS Medical Technology (Bachelor’s Degree) Pik Yeung Nursing (Associate’s Degree) Vincent Sobal

Nursing (Bachelor’s Degree) Sonya Larsen Physical Therapy (Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree) Christodoulos Fysentzou OTHER AWARDS Melvin Baumel Memorial Basketball Award Mike Jones CSI Alumni Association Outstanding Student Leadership Award Dina Elsibay Arishna Ramphal Debra Santulli-Barone La Shon Stockton Female Athlete of the Year Award Bukurije Begai Male Athlete of the Year Award Eros Qama Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Carliann Costanzo Karamatou Yacoubou Djima Mohammad Usman Durrani Jason Ford Sabrina Kaufman Robert Luttrell Boney Matthew Iris Moore Fadeke Ogunbiyi Pik Yeung WSIA-FM Student Service Award Marissa Gessin Gabriel Lugo Student Government Student Service Awards – Faculty/Staff Jason Fein Ellen Krieger Lebbie Mallin Student Government Student Service Awards – Students Tina Bellocchio Annmarie Costella Alina Dorfman Jennifer Durando

Shawn Fisher Enrique Inocent Karolina Konarzewska Catherine Morelli Daphne Parrilla Mellissa Seecharan

Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work Outstanding Service and Contribution to the College by a Member of the Full-time Faculty Roberta Vogel

Graduates of CUNY Honors College: University Scholars Program at the College of Staten Island Sara Butler Linda Dolan Dina Elsibay Glenn Erski Shorok Hassan Radmila Ilyayeva Kaitlyn Lang Sonya Larsen Jennifer Miller Danielle Palladino Cristina Parasole Richard Pascale Julia Rando Frances Schulz Soumitri Seshadri Deepthi Thomas Erica Tortorice Amanda Venturi

Department of Student Services Outstanding Service and Contribution to the College by a Member of the Non-Teaching Instructional Staff in HEO Title Ralph Giordano

CSI Honors College Minna Cohen Vincent Fontana Tanya Gonzalez John Seguin DOLPHIN AWARDS Outstanding Scholarly Achievement by a Member of the Full-time Faculty Jay Rosen Department of Mathematics Outstanding Teaching by a Member of the Full-time Faculty Margery Cornwell Department of English Outstanding Teaching by a Member of the Adjunct Faculty Michael Christiano

Office of Campus Planning Outstanding Service and Contribution to the College by a Member of the Non-Instructional Staff in CLT and OIT Specialist Title Soa Dang Department of Chemistry Outstanding Service and Contribution to the College by a Member of the Non-Instructional Staff Maryann Pandullo Department of History Outstanding Service and Contribution to the College by a Member of the Non-Instructional Staff in Maintenance, Operations, and Security Jodi Merendino Director, Dining Services, Auxiliary Services Outstanding Service and Contribution to the College by a currently Enrolled Student Arishna (AJ) Ramphal HONORARY DEGREES Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa Alison R. Bernstein Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa Amy Goodman Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa Frances Hesselbein

COLLEGE AWARDS John W. Alexander Dr. Mohammad Khalid Charlie LaGanga Christopher Loiacono Carmine A. Morano Kathryn Krause Rooney Sherman Whipkey The College of Staten Island Foundation is grateful to the many donors listed on these pages who made contributions between July 1, 2006 and June 30, 2007. If we have inadvertently omitted or misspelled your name, please call us at 718.982.2365 so that we may update our records.

College of Staten Island/CUNY President Tomรกs D. Morales, PhD

CSI Advancement Office 2800 Victory Boulevard, 1A-401 Staten Island, NY 10314 718.982.2365

Annual Report 2007  

Annual Report 2007

Annual Report 2007  

Annual Report 2007