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COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND

FOUNDATION Securing philanthropic support for CSI to reach its highest level of academic excellence

ANNUAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2009

JULY 1, 2008 TO JUNE 30, 2009


Message From The President Greetings! It is my pleasure as the President of the College of Staten Island to introduce the CSI Foundation Fiscal Year 2009 Annual Report. The many great strides the College has made in the past year are made possible through the work of the Foundation, its dedicated Board members, and all of our generous donors. This past spring marked the largest graduating class in CSI’s history. Our graduates are being hired by prestigious firms and going to some of the finest graduate schools in the country. Our commitment to providing a world-class education with a renowned faculty places CSI as a true leader among the sister schools of The City University of New York. The growth of the College, the enrichment of the educational experience for our students, and service to the community continue to be some of our priorities. This past year has been full of noteworthy accomplishments, such as our Green Campus Project, which is making the CSI campus more environmentally friendly. The Staten Island Breast Cancer Research Initiative continues to make a positive impact on breast cancer incidence and mortality through education and research. The supercomputer mentioned in my letter to you last year has become a reality, and I am proud to say that CSI now has high-capacity computational stations on campus that are fully operational and available to all faculty and students. CSI has a long and distinguished history of success and achievement that we continue to build upon and enhance each year. We look forward to making even greater strides this year with your continued assistance. Thank you to our outstanding faculty, our hard-working students and their very supportive families, our caring staff, the tireless Foundation Board, and, of course, our tremendously involved and generous family of alumni and donors! Together, we are helping to write CSI’s story of success. Sincerely,

Tomás D. Morales, PhD President

CSI Commencement 2009

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Message From The CSI Foundation Board President The primary mission of the CSI Foundation is to secure philanthropic support from concerned and motivated friends for the advancement of CSI. With your tremendous assistance, we have done just that. Even in these hard economic times, financial support for CSI has continued, and the importance of each person’s gift has been intensified. Your gift has a crucial impact on our students specifically and on the College’s continuing development in general. The Board of the CSI Foundation has worked tirelessly to gain the support of our alumni, government officials, and the Staten Island community to anchor CSI as a great center of educational, social, and cultural opportunities. Consider some of CSI’s FY 09 (July 1, 2008 – June 30, 2009) endeavors: •

Secured the bright future of our stellar nurses with the Brooklyn Home for Aged Men/Nancy K. Munson $200,000 Scholarship Endowment

Invested in and fostered the development of future engineers through high school workshops with generous help from National Grid, bringing the field of engineering to life for many students who would not normally have access to such programs

Continued to find support for the Staten Island Breast Cancer Research Initiative, in which researchers and educators at CSI are working toward reducing breast cancer incidence and mortality on Staten Island None of this great work would be possible without you and our amazing family of donors. On behalf of

the Board, and the faculty, staff, and students of CSI, I would like to express my deepest gratitude to you for giving so generously from your time, your wallet, and your heart. Our successes are fueled by you! Sincerely,

Robert S. Cutrona, Sr. Board President

CSI’s Mallory Amenieros drives for a layup against York College.

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Nursing Program Receives $200K For Scholarships The Brooklyn Home for Aged Men presented CSI with $100,000 for creation of the Brooklyn Home For Aged Men/Nancy K. Munson Scholarship Endowment. The endowment will support nursing students who are pursuing careers in geriatric care and will provide support in perpetuity. The gift was matched through a U.S. Department Of Education challenge endowment as part of the College’s Title 3 grant, making the total endowment $200,000. The endowment is named in honor of Nancy K. Munson, Board

working right now in various areas of community health and nurs-

President of the Brooklyn Home for Aged Men, and was presented

ing homes and they can use the assistance that this is going to give

to the College in November 2008. Ms. Munson was instrumental

them.”

in the establishment of the scholarship fund and had stated, “We

CSI offers many diverse degrees in nursing including a Master

would like to see that young people go in the direction of taking

of Science (MS) in Gerontological Nursing, an Advanced Cer-

care of the elderly. Since CSI has a very good Nursing program,

tificate in Cultural Competence, and a Doctor of Nursing Science

we wanted to help finance it.”

in association with the CUNY Graduate Center. Nurses who suc-

Noting that the Brooklyn Home for Aged Men has been serving

cessfully complete programs at CSI are well prepared to meet the

senior citizens since 1878, CSI President Dr. Tomás Morales said,

needs of culturally diverse individuals, families, and communi-

“Today, we at CSI can continue the mission of serving the elderly

ties, and will have a competitive edge in the changing environ-

by providing future nurses with the tools they need to provide

ment of health care.

important geriatric care.”

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CSI recently completed the construction of a new on-campus

Dr. Mary O’Donnell, Chair of the Department of Nursing, un-

facility, where nursing students will experience simulated hospital

derscored the importance of this endowment for the College’s

scenarios in a controlled environment. Here, students will work

nursing students and the community. “The endowment is going

with the new Laerdal SimMan Patient Simulator, a life-size man-

to educate many nurses in the field of gerontology. There’s a great

nequin on which students can perform medical procedures. Funds

need for geriatric nurses right now; the geriatric population is

for this facility were generously granted by New York State Sena-

growing by leaps and bounds. The students are enthused. They’re

tor Andrew J. Lanza.

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“CSI houses superb laboratories, studios, and classrooms, and is home to a world-class team of dedicated faculty,” said President Morales. “We are dedicated to the art of teaching and the science of research by promoting discovery, disseminating knowledge, cultivating minds, and nurturing the human spirit. We are very grateful to the Brooklyn Home for Aged Men. This wonderful gift, and the challenge endowment match from the U.S. Department of Education, will help us further fulfill our mission.”

Nancy Kay Munson, June 22, 1936 - May 3, 2009 Nancy Kay Munson was a friend and great supporter of the CSI community. As President of the Brooklyn Home for Aged Men, Ms. Munson was the driving force behind creating an endowment for CSI nursing students pursuing careers in geriatrics. Erika Hellstrom, Associate Executive Director of the CSI Foundation, said, “As a friend, she will truly be missed, but her memory will continue on at CSI with the Nancy K. Munson Scholarship. Nancy was determined to attend law school at a time when not many women were studying law; in fact, she fondly recalled camping outside the dean’s office at Brooklyn Law School in order to get admitted to the program. Her tenacity proved successful; she was the only woman in her law school class, graduating at the top of her class. I truly hope the CSI Nancy K. Munson scholars will carry her legacy, her tenacity, and lead the way in the field of geriatric nursing.”

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National Grid Funds CSI Program To Inspire Future Engineers Don’t be fooled by the high school students playing with LEGOs®; they are actually doing some serious learning. Thanks to a series of workshops led by College of Staten Island Professor Neo Antoniades through the College’s Department of Engineering Science and Physics, high school students across Staten Island are being introduced to engineering design through hands-on study. Through the generous support of National Grid, a pilot program of engineering workshops was introduced last year as part

and engineering, all areas that are critical to the core business of our company.”

An electrical engineer by training, Professor Antoniades teach-

portunities, such as attending Broadway shows or participating

es engineering courses at CSI with a focus on mentoring under-

in conferences. Through the support of generous partnerships

of CSI’s Liberty Partnerships Program (LPP), which offers a wide

Engineering is a subject that many students do not consider

graduate students toward graduate work in engineering and

similar to the one CSI has with National Grid, students are given

range of instructional, enrichment, and support services to aca-

pursuing simply because they do not know much about it. This

careers in science. Just as he has encouraged many CSI students

the opportunity to explore their interests and learn how a college

demically disadvantaged students at four of Staten Island’s public

is where Professor Antoniades comes in. Through the program he

to pursue their interests in science, Professor Antoniades is now

education can help them to achieve their goals. About 75 percent

secondary schools: Curtis High School, New Dorp High School,

administers, students have the opportunity to not only be intro-

paving the way for high school students to consider a college ma-

of students who are in the LPP go on to college, with many choos-

Port Richmond High School, and Susan Wagner High School.

duced to the study of engineering, but also work on engineering

jor in engineering or related fields. Through his four, two-hour

ing CSI as the place to build a strong foundation for their future.

CSI first received a $5,000 grant from National Grid, but the suc-

projects that involve such elements as robots and engineering mi-

workshops held on Saturdays throughout the academic year, Pro-

National Grid invests in the communities that it serves, forming

cess of the pilot program has enabled CSI to receive an additional

crocontrollers in order to learn the basic concepts of engineering

fessor Antoniades is teaching students that one is able to have a

long-term relationships with organizations dedicated to energy,

$15,000 for the continuation of the engineering workshops.

design. During the pilot program, a group of 20 students attended

serious career doing “fun stuff.”

education, or the environment. CSI’s commitment to educating

Loretta Smith, U.S. Corporate Giving Director for National

workshops, which offered a hands-on opportunity far above and

Since 1989, the LPP at CSI has worked to ensure that at-risk

academically at-risk students is a mission that National Grid is

Grid, said, “National Grid has a long history of supporting the

beyond what they receive in their regular science curriculum. To

students are given ample opportunities both in and out of the

proud to support, forming a partnership that CSI is proud to

communities we serve and we’re committed to initiatives that fo-

the pleasant surprise of all involved, the students were quite taken

classroom that will increase their confidence and encourage them

uphold.

cus on energy and education. We are happy to partner with the

with Professor Antoniades’s workshops, to the point where more

to make decisions that will help them to build a brighter future for

College of Staten Island to expand the Liberty Partnerships Pro-

than a few students mentioned that they would be interested in

themselves. LPP is a comprehensive program, providing in-school

gram to introduce youngsters to careers in science, technology,

pursuing a career in engineering.

tutoring, college counseling and mentoring, and enrichment op-

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Breakfast With Bloomberg “One of our three key goals with NYC Service is to ensure every young person in New York City is taught about civic engagement and has an opportunity to serve. It is wonderful to see the students of the College of Staten Island thinking critically about their city and how they might help improve and support their community. I commend them for their dedication and enthusiasm and encourage them to make civic engagement a part of their lives.” -Michael R. Bloomberg On March 19, 2009, CSI President Dr. Tomás Morales and 15

life and work ethic, as well as the current political and financial

CSI students were invited to City Hall for a private breakfast with

climates. The Mayor spoke about his early career in corporate real

Mayor Michael Bloomberg. In attendance were students from a

estate, and gave the students sound advice about maintaining a

variety of CSI programs including Student Government, New

good work ethic by always being on time and diligent, as well

Student Orientation, SEEK, and the Macaulay Honors College.

as the importance of “giving credit to those who help you.” The

The Mayor was greeted by the enthusiastic group of students, and

breakfast was followed by a private tour of City Hall. The tour

shortly after a brief photo session, he welcomed them into the

showcased City Hall’s historic architectural significance, New

Governor’s Room for a quintessential New York breakfast of ba-

York City Council Chambers, and the building’s many one-of-a-

gels and smoked salmon.

kind paintings and sculptures.

Mayor Bloomberg was interested in hearing about the students’

“This was a great honor for our College and especially for our

experiences within CUNY and more specifically, their experiences

students,” said President Morales. “Through their questions and

at CSI. The students came prepared with a series of questions for

their answers to the Mayor’s questions, they demonstrated the ex-

Mayor Bloomberg. They asked about the Mayor’s pre-political

ceptional high quality of CSI students.”

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CSI Foundation Mentoring Our Students The CSI Foundation Board of Directors, along with CSI President Dr. Tomás Morales and other College officials, met with students from the College’s Emerging Leaders Program at Staten Island’s Hilton Garden Inn. The Program is a selective and competitive program for students who have achieved high academic standards. The students are deeply involved in the Staten Island community and are developing the leadership skills necessary to succeed in the future. Students from a variety of backgrounds and majors were repre-

were paired with a Board member who is involved in a career area

sented at the mentoring breakfast. The gathering was coordinated

that correlated to the student’s major. According to Theodora Rex-

by the Foundation’s Associate Executive Director Erika Hellstrom

hepi, a CSI Political Science major, “The Board members were

and Foundation Board Member Dolores Morris in order to engage

extremely helpful and ready to pass on their knowledge.”

the Board with the student body that they serve. Mrs. Hellstrom

As the breakfast came to an end, CSI Foundation Board mem-

stated, “It’s important for us to interact and create a relationship

ber Richard Nicotra, Chairman/CEO of The Nicotra Group, gave

with the students of the College. It allows them a fantastic op-

a series of closing remarks showcasing his unique pathway to suc-

portunity to sit down with the Island’s top entrepreneurs, CEOs,

cess, providing the students with the motivation to excel.

and community leaders.” Participating student Linda Gomez, an

In his opening remarks, President Morales told the students,

Early Childhood Education major, spoke of her anticipation to

“One of the most valuable assets your career can have is a good

“spark a mentoring relationship with a community leader.”

mentor.” By the end of the breakfast, the students truly under-

After a brief introduction from President Morales, the students

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stood the value of the day’s exchange.

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Breast Cancer Research Initiative At CSI Seeks To End Deadly Disease Breast cancer is an epidemic on Staten Island. In fact, Staten Island not only has the highest breast cancer mortality rate among the five New York City boroughs, but it also has one of the highest death rates due to the disease in the entire state. In an effort to see these dismal statistics improve, the research staff at the Staten Island Breast Cancer Initiative (SIBCRI) at CSI works to find the causes of these high rates of breast cancer, as well as to inform and educate the Staten Island community about early detection and prevention. Donna Gerstle, Director of CSI’s Center for Environmental

The research of the SIBCRI considers breast cancer from three

While there are many issues on which politicians do not see

people attending and raising over $12,000 for the endeavor. The

Science and Adjunct Professor, is a co-principal researcher for

points of view. First, the disease is studied on an epidemiological

eye to eye, breast cancer research is one topic for which they will

day was filled with activities for the entire family, as well as doz-

SIBCRI. Professor Gerstle’s dedication to the research team is

level, examining the lifestyles and risk factors of a control set of

gladly reach across the aisle to support. In fact, in 2008, a bi-

ens of vendors offering everything from food and beverages to

fueled by her sincere interest in getting to the bottom of the breast

individuals living on Staten Island from 1980 to 2006. Second,

partisan effort of the New York City Council garnered SIBCRI

juggling and face painting.

cancer epidemic in the town in which she was born and raised.

the initiative looks at environmental factors that may influence

$80,000 in funding for research. An additional $50,000 was re-

When Professor Gerstle speaks about her work with the SIB-

“This is not about me. This is not about you,” Professor Gerstle

mammary tissue development. Third, an education in early detec-

ceived from State Senator Andrew Lanza, and Staten Island Bor-

CRI, it is with great emotion, not only because of her dedication

says, insisting that the work she and the team does goes far above

tion and prevention is provided to the community at large, with

ough President James Molinaro also donated generously toward

to breast cancer research, but also because of her appreciation for

and beyond any of their individual career aspirations; rather, it is

health care providers, community organizations, elected officials,

equipment needed for research.

the support of the CSI community. “This would not be possible

about putting an end to a deadly disease that ravages both women

and schools on board to spread the message about mammograms

The CSI community is also a great proponent of SIBCRI. On

and men. In addition to Professor Gerstle, the team at the SIBCRI

and breast self-exams. Professor Gerstle mentions that while teen

October 11, 2008, CSI held its first annual Fall Festival on the

consists of Dr. Alfred Levine, Engineering Science and Physics

girls might find breast self-exams the subject of much giggling, it

Great Lawn, with proceeds going to the SIBCRI. The event, which

Professor; Dr. Jimmie Fata, Assistant Professor of Biology; and

is something that needs to be taught early and made a regular part

was also sponsored in part by the CSI Alumni Association and the

Dr. Michael Kress, Vice President for Technology Systems.

of their lives.

Friends of CSI, was a resounding success, with more than 10,000

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without Dr. Morales,” Professor Gerstle says of the President’s continued support for the research initiative.

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CSI Becomes A Greener Campus The College of Staten Island is focusing on ways to protect the environment and to decrease the College’s carbon footprint. These new changes will help CSI become a greener campus to be enjoyed by all.

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CUNY’s Sustainability Council, spearheaded by Chancel-

One of the first positive strides was the short message placed at the

lor Mathew Goldstein, was established in response to Mayor

bottom of all campus emails, “Think green before you print this

Michael Bloomberg’s PlaNYC. This project included the Mil-

email,” which has become a familiar reminder to students, faculty,

lionTreesNYC initiative, in which one million new trees will be

and staff when accessing their CSI email. Being both mindful of

planted and cared for throughout the city over the next decade.

the amount of paper used on campus and being careful with the

The College was eager to take part in the city’s goal of a mil-

disposal of paper and other waste help to create a campus-wide

lion trees by planting 1,550 new trees on CSI’s 204-acre campus.

awareness of CSI’s recycling efforts. The College has developed

The beautification project allowed the College to receive the most

recycling centers in each building, while the Office of Buildings

trees out of the CUNY institutions, given the size and location of

and Grounds is working to ensure that paper recycling is carried

the campus.

out in an efficient manner.

In March 2008, The University Council met to develop a plan

The College is also focusing on a greener curriculum. CSI’s

that will make CUNY the greenest university in the United States.

Center for Environmental Science (CES) offers courses in its

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Clean Air Education Program for students interested in protecting the environment. The program also provides a greater understanding of the environment among school children by educating their teachers in environmental science, providing them with lesson plans and materials that they can use in the classroom. Recently, CSI Environmental Science majors had the opportunity to educate two Con Edison executives about how the Clean Air Education Program works and why it is effective. Con Edison’s Senior Vice President of Customer Operations Marilyn Caselli said, “This is a remarkable platform that’s so robust when it comes to saving the environment.” Through the CSI Foundation, Con Edison provided a grant to fund this course built to educate school teachers throughout Staten Island and Brooklyn. Ms. Caselli cited the importance of education in creating a healthier attitude toward the planet. Not long ago, the College was awarded $410,000 in a Job Access and Reverse Commute Grant from the New York State Department of Transportation for the Staten Island Ferry Shuttle. In addition to providing a stress-free commute for students and staff, the grant promotes the reduction of the greenhouse gas emissions that would otherwise be increased if people drove their cars. For those who prefer to drive, CSI has developed a Rideshare Program to ease congestion on the roads. The Rideshare matches people in carpools in an attempt to reduce auto emissions that pollute the air. CSI President, Dr. Tomás Morales notes, “The College of Staten Island believes that all of its initiatives will help the CSI campus and the Staten Island community to create more sustainable energy environments, which will eventually make the world a healthier place to live.”

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Environmental Justice Conference Hosted By CSI’s Center For Environmental Science And Con Edison The Center for Environmental Science hosted the first conference of its kind at CSI, “Environmental Justice: History, Issues, and Outlook,” in May 2009. The conference, sponsored by Con Edison, was a forum that brought together professionals from the government, academic, non-profit, and private sectors to discuss environmental justice issues. The term “Environmental Justice” refers to the social move-

Kit Kennedy, Chief of the Environmental Protection Bureau, and

to Astoria, Queens. Attorney John M. Scagnelli represented the

munity members, activists, and affiliates of government and

ment that developed from grass roots, community-based organi-

Special Deputy Attorney General for Environmental Protection

firm Scarinci & Hollenbeck by presenting an overview of an en-

nonprofit agencies, along with College of Staten Island faculty,

zations in reaction to environmental hazards that have disparately

in the New York Attorney General’s Office. Panelists discussed

vironmental justice case concerning the impacts of noise pollution

staff, and students. Professor Donna Gerstle of the Center for

affected communities of low-income populations. For more than

a variety of topics concerning the environmental justice move-

involving the FAA Metropolitan Airspace Redesign Project. Dr.

Environmental Science concluded the conference by articulating

three decades, environmental justice activists have worked to

ment, indicating that the traditional notions of the movement that

Alfred Levine, Engineering Science and Physics Professor, spoke

to the audience that developments and advancements in technol-

change the global understanding of the environment, which has

focused on inequalities of facility citings have shifted with time.

about the role of academic institutions as a community resource.

ogy–along with improvements, accessibility, and dissemination

come to be understood as [the place where we live, where we

Ross Brady, Senior Attorney and Counsel for the Interstate En-

Judith Baron, Vice Chair Representative of the State of New York

of educational information– allow us to advance the future of the

work, and where we play.] As a result, the environmental move-

vironmental Commission, led the first panel with a presentation

on the Interstate Environmental Commission, shared her perspec-

environmental justice movement and embrace a more systematic

ment now includes consideration of [urban disinvestment, homes,

focusing on access to information and the importance of public

tive as a citizen activist who became involved in an interstate

approach.

jobs, neighborhoods, and communities,] as well as the protection

awareness of environmental activities, including the citizens’

environmental agency, highlighting the importance of coopera-

The conference was a success, accomplishing the goal of pro-

and conservation of the natural world and its resources. Further-

“right to know.” Panel participants examined risk analysis and

tion and an ongoing dialogue between government and citizens.

viding attendees with both an understanding and appreciation of

more, environmental justice shapes international, national, and

assessed impacts involving environmental justice case studies.

Meagan Devereaux, Chief of Staff for Borough President James

the dynamics of environmental justice issues. Furthermore, par-

local policies and regulations in an effort to redress and mitigate

Dr. Michael Kress, Vice President for Technology Systems, pro-

P. Molinaro, presented the success story of how political influence

ticipants acquired a greater awareness of the various information-

the negative impacts and harm of environmental decision-mak-

vided a risk analysis and associated hazards of the transportation

on Staten Island helped to close the Fresh Kills Landfill.

al resources available to them through governmental, educational,

ing. The morning commenced with a keynote address given by

of liquefied nitrogen gas from the Rossville area of Staten Island

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The diverse audience was comprised of elected officials, com-

and not-for-profit institutions.

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Senator John J. Marchi May 20, 1921 - April 25, 2009 On April 25, 2009, the College of Staten Island lost a good friend, Senator John J. Marchi. As a consummate statesman and tireless leader, Senator Marchi’s legacy is unmatched, and no institution benefited more from his dedication than CSI. His unwavering support and advocacy helped build the foundation of CSI, making him a true founding father of the campus and community. Senator Marchi, a native Staten Islander, made education at

Professorship. Much like Senator Marchi himself, holders of the

every level an important focus in New York. He was a member of

Marchi Visiting Professorship will in the truest sense bridge the

many committees that examined a variety of educational issues

gap between academia and the community by analyzing ideas of

from school decentralization to public school funding. Perhaps

practical importance, in his words, “on the merits.”

his crowning achievement in education was to secure the property

In 2006, Senator Marchi received an Honorary Doctor of Laws

of the former Willowbrook State School and help to transform it

degree from the College of Staten Island for his lifelong endeav-

into what is now the 204-acre campus of CSI.

ors to improve the quality of life for everyone in the borough. The

In 1999, Senator Marchi donated a collection of his papers to

same year, Building 2N on the CSI campus was renamed John J.

CSI. The Marchi Papers in the CSI Library Archives & Special

Marchi Hall. A plaque hangs in the lounge on the first floor ac-

Collections include correspondence, reports, news clippings,

knowledging donors to the Marchi Professorship surrounded by

press releases, legislative bills, and subject files from 1965 to

photos of Marchi serving the people and the borough.

1998. The donation of his collection prompted Former Assem-

CSI has had the privilege of having Senator Marchi as a friend

blyman Eric Vitaliano and the late Former Assemblywoman

for many decades. His influence and steadfast encouragement in-

Elizabeth Connelly to do the same. Current sitting elected offi-

fused every milestone and achievement the College has reached.

cials have also committed this type of donation to the Archives &

Senator Marchi’s intelligence, integrity, and dedication were of

Special Collections at the CSI Library. Senator Marchi’s donation

particular inspiration, and his commitment to public service has

and his subsequent support established the Archives & Special

been of immense value to the people of Staten Island, New York

Collections as the most important resource for the study of Staten

City, New York State, and beyond.

Island’s political history.

The John J. Marchi Environmental Science Scholarship Fund

Over the years, Senator Marchi continued to ensure that CSI

was established at CSI by family and friends in memory of the

would receive the necessary funding to improve services, ex-

Senator. One outstanding CSI student will be awarded the schol-

pand course offerings, and conduct vital research. When Senator

arship each academic year based on his or her intent to continue

Marchi retired from the New York State Senate in 2006, CSI hon-

the work started by Senator Marchi to preserve and protect the

ored his service and continued his approach of thoughtful, vig-

environment of Staten Island.

orous analysis of public affairs with the John J. Marchi Visiting

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The Decade Of Science The Decade of Science is a CUNY-wide initiative introduced by Chancellor Matthew Goldstein in 2005. CSI is proud to be a part of this ground breaking program, which works to renovate and upgrade older science facilities, as well as build new laboratories and fund additional resources on CUNY campuses throughout the five boroughs.

Marches On At CSI CSI Science And Technology Faculty Bookshelf The College of Staten Island has a plethora of highly credentialed faculty and staff from around the world who are dedicated to providing a rich and integrated learning experience for their students. Our professors engage regularly in research, publications, and creative

Q&A With Professor Alejandra Alonso Dr. Alejandra Alonso is an Associate Professor of Biology at CSI. She earned a Doctorate in Biochemistry and is currently

What does it mean for CSI students to work on this research with you?

completing Post-doctoral work in Neuroscience at the Center for

I welcome students at all levels. I have students at the under-

Developmental Neuroscience and Developmental Disabilities on

graduate level, at the master’s level, and at the doctoral level. We

campus. Dr. Alonso has been working in the field of neurodegen-

work as a team, and they do whatever they can depending upon

eration and Alzheimer’s disease for the past 18 years. Here, Dr.

their level and ability. I like to think that they are very excited

Alonso answers some of our questions regarding CSI’s role in the

about doing the research. Some of them have never been in a labo-

Decade of Science and what she hopes CSI’s science programs

ratory, working with microscopes. For the doctoral students, it’s

will be like in the year 2015.

more than that; they are trying to develop their own careers. They have the opportunities of getting into research.

What does having the support of CSI and CUNY mean for you as a faculty member? This is great. I wanted to have the opportunity of doing my research, and the College has given me the chance. The students benefit too; they come and help in my research. It makes me excited because we are trying to unravel the mechanism of neurodegeneration, and we are trying to establish models that will allow us to try drugs and other experiments in order to stop this terrible disease [Alzheimer’s]. How did you come to choose Alzheimer’s disease as the focus of your work? Almost everyone has known or been close to someone with Alzheimer’s disease. When you see how the person deteriorates, it’s really devastating. It’s very hard to stop, but we just keep on trying to find a cure; we just keep working on that.

work to keep up with developments in their disciplines as well as to publish their contributions. Professors have contributed to enhancing CSI’s reputation with the publication of their books and articles in major journals and scientific magazines.

A Molecular Approach to Discerning the Phylogenetic Placement of the Enigmatic Snake Xenophidion Scheferi among the Alethinophidia By Frank T. Burbrink & J.R Lawson

Frank T. Burbrink, Associate Professor of Biology, focuses on understanding phylogenetic (that is, organ-

isms showing evolutionary relationships) within various snake, lizard, and amphibian groups and species. His article with J. R Lawson, “A Molecular Approach to Discerning the Phylogenetic Placement of the Enigmatic Snake Xenophidion Scheferi among the Alethinophidia” was published in the Journal of Zoology.

Inapproximability and FPTAS for Scheduling with Availability Constraints By Yumei Huo & Hairong Zhao

Yumei Huo, Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department, recently published this work with the help of

Hairong Zhao. Her article was accepted by the journal Theoretical Computer Science. This journal focuses on a range of topics dealing with computer science. Its focus leans more on the mathematical and abstract aspects of computing. The Handy Astronomy Answer Book By Charles Liu

Charles Liu is an Associate Professor of Engineering Science and Physics. His new book, The Handy As-

tronomy Answer Book, is an easy-to-comprehend guide on how to understand the basics and complexities

of the language of Astronomy. The National Science Teachers Association comments that this book is, “A valuable resource that can be used by both teachers and students as a reference or read from cover to cover.”

Thermally Induced Transition between Open and Closed Spherical Pores in Ordered Mesoporous Silicas By Michal Kurk & Chin Ming Hui

Michal Kurk, Assistant Professor in the Chemistry Department, has many papers that have been featured in peer-

reviewed journals. “Thermally Induced Transition between Open and Closed Spherical Pores in Ordered Mesoporous Silicas” is one paper that he co-authored with Chin Ming Hui. Another paper, “Synthesis of Ultra-Large-Pore SBA-15

Silica with Two-Dimensional Hexagonal Structure Using Triisopropylbenzene as Micelle Expander” was produced with

Liang Cao and Tiffany Man. It was published in the journal Chemistry of Materials, which is dedicated to the research of chemistry, chemical engineering, and material science.

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CSI Foundation Donors July 1, 2008 - June 30, 2009 Christine Cea, PhD ‘88

President, Friends of CSI Board

Vice President, CSI Foundation Board New York State Board of Regents

$100,000 and Above Brooklyn Home For Aged Men United States Department of Education $40,000 to $99,999 Carnegie Corporation of New York CSI Auxiliary Services Corporation Gordon Di Paolo and Lorraine Di Paolo Research Foundation of CUNY Richmond County Savings Foundation State of New York Department of Taxation & Finance Texas Instruments $25,000 to $39,999 Anonymous Coca-Cola Bottling Company of New York Inc Con Edison JCC of Staten Island JPMorgan Chase Foundation Jean G. Roland, ACSW Michael F. Shugrue, PhD $10,000 to $24,999 National Grid NCAA NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Staten Island Chamber of Commerce Staten Island Economic Development Corp Switzer Foundation

“CSI is in the business of nurturing and educating future leaders. Contributing scholarship support to its students is an investment in our own future.”

$5,000 to $9,999 John W. Alexander and Janet Alexander Cicatelli Associates Inc CSI Alumni Association Stanley Friedman Lily Auchincloss Foundation Inc Northfield Bank Pall Corporation Thomas Rauen III and Patricia Rauen Retna Ltd Richmond County District Attorney United Way of New York City Rose M. Volpe YMCA of Greater New York $2,500 to $4,999 American Campus Community Services American Safety Consultants LLC Cadwell Laboratories, Inc. Christine D. Cea, PhD ‘88 and Peter Cea Comptroller State of New York Expert Clinical Benchmarks LLC Samir A. Farag and Lisette Farag Joseph A. Franzese ‘88 and Ann Marie Franzese Kidney & Urology Foundation of America Inc David Kiersznowski Vincent Priolo and Carmen Priolo Mark Rogers

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St. John’s University Staten Island Yankees Time Warner Cable Visiting Nurse Association of Staten Island Stamos O. Zades, PhD $1,000 to $2,499 Allen C. Bentson Agency Inc Anaconda Sports Inc Philippa Arno-Jones Asia Society David Berman Breezin HVAC Inc Bridget Capasso Robert A. Catalano Commerce Bank June M. Como ‘76 and Anthony Como Council on the Arts Humanities for Staten Island Robert Cutrona, Sr. and Jennifer Cutrona The David Foundation Jerry DeLuca Angelina DiFranco Elite Dental of Staten Island Inc Evelyn Marshall Scholarship Association Geraldine Ferrari Dayse Franco Joan E. Hartman Robert E. Huber and Frances X. Paulo Huber Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship Byung-Hoon Kim, MD and Sungnae Kim Brian J. Laline and Carol Laline Robert Langford Maimonides Medical Center March Of Dimes Foundation Patrick McDermott and Susan McDermott Arthur J. Merola, DPM ‘85 Tomás D. Morales, PhD and Evy A. Morales Carmine A. Morano and Liz Morano Dolores Morris and William Morris III My Sports Dreams LLC NBM Development, LLC Richard Nicotra and Lois T. Nicotra ‘75 James P. Padula Rapid Lube of Connecticut, Inc. Anthony G. Rappa Mary F. Regan’72 and James F. Regan ‘71 Mary Beth Reilly Rescare Inc Joseph Ricciutti ‘94 Wachovia Securities Peter J. Salvatore and Gail Salvatore Samuel I Newhouse Foundation Inc Margarita Schwartzman Svetlana Shermeta Signature Bank Barbara L. Solan ‘62 Michael B. Sturm ‘74 and Rachael Sturm Victory State Bank Waldman Management Corp WDG Architecture PLLC

Wheaton College Sally W. Williams $500 to $999 Anthony Como Associates Atlantic Salt Inc Richard Aulicino Carol Baginski Joseph J. Barreca ‘99 Bartello Development Corp Basketball Travelers Inc Angelina Bongailas Louise O. Brinskelle ‘80 and Louis J. Brinskelle Harold T. Broderick, Jr. ‘72 Care For Seniors LLC Robert Carlson Angelina Carvalhal Karen M. Cocchi ‘04 Darren Corona Patricia A. Cuzzocrea ‘70 and Joseph Cuzzocrea D’Agostino & Associates Michael R. Daniels Anthony J. DeFazio and Theresa C. DeFazio Jack Deitch, Esq. and Irene Deitch, PhD C. Marilyn DeSario and Louis DeSario Robert Dudley Patricia Fazio First Transit, Inc Robyn Frahm Free Lighting Corporation - SI William Fritz, PhD and Bonnie Fritz, PhD Lora Giacomoni Joseph Gnerre and Jill Gnerre Golden Touch Transportation of NY Inc. Francine D’Amato Hatipoglu Doreen M. Inserra, CPA Island Ford David Katz Laura Kennedy and Henry Kennedy Deborah L. Kennedy ‘79 Blazej Kruczkowski Judith Kuppersmith Lee & Amtzis LLP MacKoul & Associates Paul Maloney Manfredi Motors, Inc. Linda C. Marino ‘80 Kyra Marsigliano Barry Masterson Lois Miani Mon Cheri Hair and Nail Inc. Patrick Monitello Steven J. Morton Joseph Motta, MD Mu Upsilon Chapter Sigma Theta Tau New York Panthers Softball Inc The Nicotra Group LLC Bozena Niebrzydowska ‘08 Northfield Bank Foundation Michael O’Donnell

Robert D. O’Mara ‘70 and Linda S. O’Mara Steven P. O’Neill Edyta Ostrowska Anna Papageorge Frank Pepe and Marianna Pepe Lisa Pere Physicians First Messages Inc. John A. Pitera Richard M. Prinzi, Jr. CPA ‘93 and Angela Prinzi Steven Pugliese Robert Ramsey William M. Roane ‘87 John M. Ruffe, Jr. ‘74 Michael Sansone and Maribel Sansone Milton Santiago Diane Savino Kathleen Schwartz ‘87 Eric Scribner SI Bank & Trust/Sovereign Bank Gail Simmons, PhD Starlight Pics Stephen Stearns Jack Stern, Esq. Stevens Institute of Technology Sweetbrook Nursery & Garden Center Atara Tambor The Theodore A. Atlas Foundation, Inc. UBS Financial Services Wohl & O’Mara, LLP Karen Wolber ‘87 Michele Yacovello $250 to $499 Amber Lite Electric Corp Beverly Garcia Anderson ‘82 and Lawrence Anderson Rita Angel Elias Arout, Jr. and Margaret Arout Idamiss Arroyo Art Lab Inc. Ronald R. Avis Kimberly A. Avis ‘90 and Victor P. Avis, DDS Axis Global Logistics Linda Barulich Daniel J. Beaton ‘89 Nancy Myers Benbow ‘73 and Christopher Benbow, Esq. Sarah E. Benesch Joel J. Berger, PhD and Judith I. Berger ‘85 Murray Berman Rhoda Blau Holly Block Borough of Manhattan Community College Raffaele M. Branca Aubrey T. Braz Call It A Wrap Patricia A. Carroll ‘85 Jonathan J. Chui ‘98 Citicorp Cathy Clark

Community Resources/Special Tees Con Edison Matching Gift Program Harold P. Conley ‘77 and Audrey Conley ‘80 Sebastian Costa Norma D’Arrigo and Charles D’Arrigo Frances D’Atria-Romano ‘70 and Frank P. Giordano ‘72 Decker Decker Dito & Internicola LLP Irene J. DeNave and Frank DeNave Mary E. DeRosa ‘77 Margaret Dianora ‘84 Nicholas L. Dianto, DC ‘01 and Linda C. Dianto, CTRS CLP ‘74 Stephen G. Dignam ‘76 and Rhea K. Dignam Rita DiMartino ‘76 Frank J. Dito Eger Health Care and Rehabilitation Center Equity Valuation Associates Jimmie Fata, PhD Kathryn M. Fazio ‘87 Formedia Inc Friars Club Margaret Galligan and Thomas Galligan Kathleen E. Galvez ‘87 and Arnold E. Galvez Donna B. Gerstle ‘84 and Michael A. Gerstle Christopher T. Gigliotti ‘98 and Marissa Gigliotti ‘01 Gayle S. Gomez ‘75 Manuel Gonzalez ‘05 Helen M. Granatelli ‘75 Joe Gulino Timothy Hampton Alex Hecht, DDS Erika Hellstrom and Christopher Hellstrom ‘99 Charles F. Hermann III Hidden Talent Art & Framing Inc Hillel at CSI Ann Holcomb IBM Corporation Matching Gifts Program Jackson Lewis LLP Mae Jeon Linda John ‘93 Edward C. Josey ‘64 Aaron Kaiser and Lois Kaiser Rosa Kelley Hugo J. Kijne, PhD and Eva Irene Kijne Grace Y. Kwong ‘79 Richard R. Labbate ‘70 and Anna L. Labbate Anne LaRocco-Stora ‘85 Lebanon Valley College Sumari Leman Liberty Mutual Meirav Liv-Ari Ann Lubrano, PhD and Gerard Lubrano Suzanne Lutz ‘07 Evelyn E. MacDonald ‘77 Mandolin Brothers Ltd. John Marley and Marion B. Marley Vincent R. Martire and Nerina Martire ‘95 Naveed Masani

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Catherine McCarthy ‘68 and Stephen McCarthy McDonough Media LLC Lillian M. McIsaac ‘06 Menorah Chapels Inc Anne Mondello and Frank Mondello Barbara Morgenbesser Grace M. Murphy New York Sports Club Nicotra Hotel I LLC Catherine “Mac” O’Callaghan 1986 Odyssey America Reinsurance Corporation Michele Oetting John Palmeri and Josephine Palmeri ‘94 Lorraine Pellecchia-Strusinski ‘84 and Rudy Strusinski Carl A. Perrino Mary J. Peters ‘83 and Frank Peters Grace Petrone The Players Choice Camps Inc Brent Posner Sherry Posner Potter & LaMarca LLP Francine Raggi ‘85 Rosabianca & Associates PLLC Jerald Rosenbloom and Nan M. Sussman, PhD Richard I. Rosenkranz, Esq. The Royal Press Saint Teresa’s Youth Activities Frank Scafuri III Scaran Oil Service Co., Inc. Donna M. Scimeca ‘02 and Anthony Scimeca David Seeley Select Services Agency Inc Linda Sharib ‘02 SI Kitchen Cabinet Mfg Inc Loretta A. Smith ‘97 Carol A. Sorensen ‘71 and Richard E. Sorensen Spare Pair II Vision Center Bruce I. Spender ‘67 Staten Island Board of Realtors Inc. Staten Island Heart Society Inc Staten Island Mall Staten Island Medical Rehab PC Staten Island University Hospital Staten Island Zoological Society Inc. Paige Stuhlman ‘05 Jack Sturn Survival Thru Education Inc Beverly Taki and Louis Taki Thomas P. Tellefsen ‘77 Total Electrical Distributors, Inc. Tuscarora Service Company LLC Thomas G. Tyburczy ‘73 and Susan Tyburczy Juliet Ucelli Manuel P. Vara ‘73 Visions/Services for the Blind & Visually Impaired Wagner College $100 to $249 A Little Bit Country A&M Builders of NY Inc Carlton J. Abbott ‘65 Abbott Fund Matching Grant Plan The Actor’s Harbor Theatre

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Nazeer Adb-Almumen Sampson O. Afuape ‘89 Aga Tech Associates LLC Marie Aiello Mary Alavarces Mary Louise Alavarces Ron Aldinger and Deanna Aldinger Grace E. Alexander ‘74 Alice Austin House Museum Marion Allen ‘92 Alpha Animal Health PC Lana Amber Amboy Car Care Inc Joanne Ambrogi Diane P. Amodeo ‘91 Chrisanthi Anastopoulou ‘01 Evelyn M. Anderson ‘66 and Thomas R. Anderson Peter Anderson Mary E. Andrews ‘85 and Robert J. Andrews ‘87 John Antonopoulos, PhD and Emily Antonopoulos ARA Consultants Inc Netty Arguello Armory Inn Inc Christabell J. Arrindell ‘88 Arrochar Pharmacy Inc AT&T Foundation Peter Atshaves Iona Ayers-Couttien ‘03 M. David Bahr, CPA, PC The Bank of New York Mellon Krystle Barbieri Barbara A. Barone Judith C. Barral ‘73 Danielle Barry Jane M. Bartels Lorraine Basey Lauren Bass Michael Baybusky Arnold Beiles Beth M. Bellmyer ‘76 and Charles Bellmyer Alan I. Benimoff ‘67 Charles Bennetti and Suzanne Bennetti ‘00 David Bentson Carol Berardi and Rocco Berardi Thomas O. Bergendale ‘85 and Diane Bergendale Nicholas Bernini and Loretta A. Bernini Constance Beyer ‘85 and Frederic B. Beyer Haik Biglari ‘76 and Julie Biglari Jerome S. Birch and Ina Birch Miriam L. Birchard ‘75 and Pepper Birchard Lauren Bivona ‘05 Blue Arrow Swim Club Bob Finkelstein & Associates Inc David M. Bonamo ‘89 Maryann Boulton ‘95 Margaret Bowman ‘75 Edith E. Boyd ‘82 and Harold George Boyd Boys and Girls High School Barbara A. Braisted ‘89 and James P. Braisted Bridal Estates Inc Brooklyn Style Catering Inc Alicia Brown Shirley Brownstein ‘74 and Herman Brownstein Rosetta G. Bunch and Louis M. Bunch ‘75

Michelle Buonacore-Artz and Keith Artz Robert Burns Mark Bushey C & S International Insurance Brokers Inc Eddie A. Calla ‘87 Janet M. Callahan and Francis J. Callahan John C. Caminito ‘67 and Laraine Caminiti Liana Candrilli Frank M. Cangemi Debra Cantoni ‘79 and Lawrence Cantoni Caraballo Business Licensing Services LLC Mary Carcaterra Peter Cardillo Tracey Carlson ‘98 Pamela J. Carlton Sally Carp ‘81 and Richard Carp Lois E. Cartmell ‘82 and Henry Cartmell George Casazza Nancy Casey Castellano’s House of Music Inc Gloria Castellucci ‘02 Fairfid M. Caudle Robert Celi Normajean Cesario ‘87 and Vincent Cesario Michael Chiacchiero ‘90 and Christine Chiacchiero Children at Play Preschool John J. Cincotta, Sr. Marilyn Cirrone and Philip Cirrone Peter M. Cisyk ‘98 Dorothy A. Clark Alla M. Clark, RN ‘82 Classic Pharmacy, Inc. David Close ‘89 Kenneth J. Coffin and Joann M. Coffin Judith Cohen ‘81 Mary A. Cole ‘81 Mary C. Collaso Kathy Collyer Computer & Parts Unlimited Inc Robert V. Connelly Alice L. Conolly, RN ‘98 Robert W. Cook ‘63 and Deborah Cook Marion Coolen Marvin Cooper Janet Coriasco and Joseph Coriasco Richard Corno and Lucy Aloise Corno Berta Couture James R. Coyle and Claire Coyle Laura Craig ‘80 and Edward H. Craig Margaret J. Crooks ‘69 John Paul Culotta ‘73 and Louisa Vezza Culotta Joan K. Curran ‘83 Irmgard Cusumano Jack Dabdoub Jesse Dambacher Milagros M. Dambrosi Dance Sensations Dance Studio Inc Barbara Daniszwki Margaret M. De Gaeta ‘72 Louis Deangelis Deborah A. Valentine Agency Inc Sonja Debs ‘71 Matthew Deliberti ‘74 Tony Dellasandro

Anne Demarzo ‘06 Dependable Auto Repair Inc Joseph DeSilva Mary DiMaggio Donna Dimino ‘90 Gabrielle Dixon DMAS Adisa Dodo Clarisse Domingo Dongan Hills Veterinary Practice Walter T. Dornfest John J. Dresser ‘93 Evelyn Drucker Howard S. Duchan ‘73 and Marsha T. Duchan Robert C. Dunne, Jr. Robert Edelman and Diane G. Edelman Nancy M. Edelman ‘78 and Michael Edelman Ralph Edwards Vanessa Edwards-El Adele B. Eines and Isaac Eines Debra Emigholz ‘86 and Karl R. Emigholz ‘81 Robert L. Epstein ‘72 Angelita Erguiza Emmanuel Esperance Dorothy H. Evensen ‘71 Grace Ann Fank Jennifer Farina Chad Farley Donna J. Fauci ‘96 and Vincent Fauci Catherine Fazzolari ‘81 Alex Feinberg Mary G. Ferry William Figuccio ‘71 and Cathleen Figuccio John J. Filippelli ‘74 Filippo Painting Peter G. Finn, KHS ‘71 Victoria A. Fioravante ‘99 Fiorello Landscaping Inc Neil M. Fishman John Fitzpatrick Richard M. Flanagan, PhD Ruth Flanagan ‘77 Elaine D. Flynn ‘98 and Tony E. Flynn Mary M. Fontana Barbara A. Ford-McIvor ‘96 Forest Pizza Restaurant Inc Maria Forlano Rosanna Forlano Joan C. Francis ‘70 Frumkin Lukin & Zaidman CPA PC Donnamarie Fulco ‘77 Patricia Gabbett and Cecil M. Norton Gabbett III Gaeta Interior Demolition Inc Dennis Gaffigan Dante Galan Galante Home Improvement Inc Valerie Gall Donna S. Gallagher ‘93 and Peter Gallagher Ron Galluccio Cathy Galman Garber’s Do It Best Hardware Garibaldi Meucci Museum Gateway Arms Realty Corp. Joan Gavin

Gemma Zaloom Automotive Inc Ronald Geraghty and Patricia Geraghty Margaret Geraghty Paul Germano ‘08 Alexandra Gerovich Richard Geurtsen Bessie L. Giannopoulos ‘81 and Vasilios A. Giannopoulos ‘81 Louis G. Gianvito, MD Russell J. Gilkeson ‘69 and Jill Gilkeson Charlene Gill Patricia M. Given ‘86 Nataliya Gnatkiv Go An Go Inc Adam Godaire Gold Mine Jewelers Jay A. Goldberg Friends of Marty Golden 2002 Jack Goldwasser and Joan Goldwasser Karen Goodell ‘99 and Harry N. Goodell Samantha Goodman Grand Plaza Cafe Corp Greater New York Councils 640 Neila Green Neil W. Greenberg Janet Grillo Grillz LLC Suzette Gross Patricia Guerrino and Eric F. Guerrino ‘71 H&R Block Alfred N. Hadaway ‘78 and Annette Hadaway Lois S. Haldeman ‘90 Warren Hales Jason S. Handelman ‘01 Helen M. Hannan Laura Harris-Chwastyk ‘71 and Thomas F. Chwastyk Ruth C. Haskell ‘73 Mary Lou Hasson Catherine Healey Robert Hecht Carmen Hendricks-Guy Michael Henken and Irene Henken Evelyn M. Henry ‘72 Robert G. Herrmann ‘83 and Joan B. Herrmann Steven T. Higgins ‘71 Virginia E. Hill ‘86 Alma P. Hill ‘90 Eileen M. Hodges ‘94 and Joseph Hodges Sheila M. Horton ‘73 Mehdie Hossain ‘91 and Joonay Hossain Janele Hyer-Spencer IFEC LP Shirley Ikefugi Michael Iosue Ali Virani Carmen Irizarry ‘04 Derek Ishmael Island Fuel Oil Dorothy A. Isola ‘98 It’s Greek To Me Louis G. Jacobi David Jacobs and Carol Jacobs JAK and Sons Building Corp

Jennifer Jankauskas

June M. Como, RN ‘70

Adjunct Professor, Nursing

“The reason that I give to the Foundation is that I feel it is very important to support an institution that has nurtured me through the years. I began as an undergraduate in the mid ‘70s in the Associate Degree Nursing program, a program that set me on a wonderful life trajectory within nursing and academia. I also completed my second master’s degree here and have taught as adjunct and now full-time. I have seen both sides of our institution and since I can give back through my support, maybe other students will be able to realize their dreams as I realized mine. Thank you for the opportunity to be able to give.”

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Gordon Di Paolo

Assistant Professor, Business

“If one has good fortune in life one also has an opportunity to share it with others, an opportunity to give something back. Also, I am fortunate to have a job that I love. I consider it a privilege to be able to do what I do. Hence, my pleasure to give back to CSI.”

Bernadette Johannesen Kenneth Johnson Wilma P. Jones, PhD Annie M. Jones ‘77 Barbara Kaestel ‘74 Thomas T. Kaleekal ‘88 Hyunsook Kang ‘04 Linda L. Kantor ‘74 Barbara Kaufer Margaret D. Kelly and John J. Kelly Dorothy A. Kenny King Henry Entertainment Inc Roberta Klibaner and Edwin Klibaner Elizabeth Klingele ‘08 and Kenneth Klingele

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Joan Knighton Vullnet Kolari, JD ‘98 Faye Koszta ‘89 Redina Kote Sandra Krales Michael E. Kress, PhD ‘75 and Bernadette Kress Coleen P. Kumar ‘02 L & S Party Express Charles LaCerra, PhD and Sylvia LaCerra Ladder 78 Engine 155 Commissary Constance B. Lane and William J. Lane Audrey Lanzo Michele Larson Francis J. Lasalla ‘87 Steven J. Lasser Lefty’s Corner Gary Lemberg Thomas Lennon Bernice Leopold and Robert B. Leopold Josephine Levantino Alfred M. Levine Vivien Li ‘04 Elaine Liberatore Maureen Liberth ‘76 Sheila Lipton Phyllis A. Litwinka Eileen Long Kevin B. Love Frances Lowney ‘86 Patrick Lung Timothy R. Lutz ‘86 and Patricia M. Lutz ‘82 Alan M. Lyons Dorothy M. Lyons ‘79 Macmanz Inc Michael Maffattone ‘83 and Sandy Maffattone Vikas Maggon John Maher Maintenance Pros Inc Maira Real Estate Inc Ian Maksik Meirav Malachovsky Elsie Maldonado Elizabeth A. Malone ‘80 and Edward Malone Nora A. Maloney ‘79 Renee Mancini ‘78 and Valentine Mancini Eleanor A. Maren Margret Ultra Home Care Inc William M. Marsh ‘72 Luann Martin ‘82 Elaine Martino Mary Martino ‘75 Rondu Mason Celia Matos Patricia Matusiewicz Joseph May, Jr. ‘74 Carol D. Mc Carthy ‘70 Ellen McCarthy Charmagne McDonald Karen McLaughlin Margaret McOlvin ‘96 and Dan McOlvin Beverly McVicar Meislohn-Silvie Funeral Home Inc Joseph K. Mendez ‘78 Elizabeth Mercado

Ricci Merendino Ann Merlino, PhD Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner & Smith Inc Paula Meyer Michael Meyers Allan S. Meyers, Esq. Joan M. Migliori ‘90 Brian Mignola Mile Billing & Staffing Inc Trevor Mills ‘72 Ruth Mingoia Virginia G. Minucci Frances Mitilieri Mitoushi Sushi Modell’s II Inc Kelly A. Moed ‘87 Radhakrishna Mohan Francesca C. Molanphy Frank J. Molinaro ‘94 John Monaco Stacy Mondone Robert P. Mone ‘74 and Marie I. Mone ‘73 Matthew Morell Donna M. Morelli ‘72 Maureen A. Morgan ‘71 Patricia A. Morgenthaler and Fred W. Morgenthaler Jay Mostel and Ilona Mostel Motek Development Corp Mary Mousmoutis ‘76 Victoria T. Mrozinski ‘73 Marie Mulea and Rocco Mulea Carolyn Mullen David G. Murphy ‘75 Paul Murtha Robert Naeder Fred Naider and Anita Naider Michele Neelakantappa Noreen A. Nelson, MD ‘76 and James H. Nelson, MD Deborah Nemoyten Keith Nersten Brenda Ness-Cooper New York Community Bank New York Life Foundation Robert M. Novo, DDS Nu-Dimensions Auto Body of Staten Island Inc Augustus Nuzzela ‘77 Ob Gyn Associates Nadine O’Brien Aurora N. Ocampo Robert Ocasio Barbara O’Donnell Simpson Margaret O’Grady Joan C. O’Hare ‘86 Linda V. Oliverio June L. Olsen and William A. Olsen Claire Olsen, MSW ‘80 Clifford R. Olson ‘65 One Three Sports Margaret A. O’Regan Brid O’Shea Samuel K. Osho ‘04 Own-A-Home Realty Corp Ralph A. Pacchiano, Jr. ‘90

Susan G. Pace ‘03 Alfred S. Pantaleone Papa Real Estate I LLC Blaise F. Parascandola, Esq. Pasquale Parisi William Parrott and Jacqueline Parrott Andrew Passeri Paul B. Passero ‘79 and Sarah A. Passero Marie P. Patel, RN ‘93 James E. Patella ‘79 Chin Hung Peang Donald Pelka and Edith Pelka Ingrid Pellicon ‘81 and John Pellicone Miriam T. Perez-Lai ‘76 Maria A. Perou Jonathan R. Peters and Nancy Peters Kenneth R. Pierce ‘67 and Josephine Pierce Patricia Pignataro Anthony L. Pignataro ‘81 and Patricia Pignataro Joseph F. Pisicolo ‘84 Orest Polishchuk Jerry N. Pollio and Dorothy A. Pollio Deborah Popper Regina Porter Stella Porto ‘91 Post Exterminating Co Inc Richard G. Powers PPR Restaurant Inc Premier Credit Solutions Corp Helen Prendergast Princeton Charter School, Inc. Glennaro Priolo Peter Priolo Fannie I. Proskefalas Eileen Pryor ‘92 and James W. Pryor Prudence Puglisi Vincent Puleo Joseph P. Quinlan ‘73 and Maureen Quinlan William C. Quinn ‘77 and Edna Quinn R. Ippolito Distributing LLC Gloria A. Ramos ‘75 and Alex Ramos Parbattie Rampersad Rampulla Associates Architects Leif Ranestad ‘67 Laurie Raps Margaret Rauen James Realbuto ‘07 Yomeri Recio ‘09 Linda E. Reese Norman E. Reid ‘92 and Susan Reid Margaret Ricciardi ‘86 Aaron Richman Richmond Elevator Company Inc Richmond Road Ravioli Inc Robert DeFalco Realty Janet G. Robinson ‘83 Kathleen M. Rode ‘90 and William M. Rode Regina Rodriguez Edward F. Ronckovitz ‘70 and Nancy F. Ronckovitz ‘87 Henry Rosario ‘75 Donna Rotunno David E. Rubin ‘86 Jacqueline Ruddy, RN ‘95

Lee S. Ruffett and Sally Ruffett John W. Russell, Jr. ‘76 and Lauraine A. Russell Rosalie Russell Charlotte Russell Anthony Sacco Sak & Rampulla LLP Lisa Salhany ‘99 Salmon Real Estate Sandra A. Sanchez ‘91 John Sangiorgio Caryl Santore ‘07 and Albert Santore Patricia Saur Joseph Sblendorio ‘86 Anthony Scaglione, Architect Joann Scamardella, RN ‘80 George Scarpelli and Connie Scarpelli Maureen Schlaeger Lorraine Schweitzer and Jack Schweitzer Marc E. Scollar, Esq. Monica E. Scott ‘92 Catherine Scotto Kalia Shalleck Ursula Shapiro and Martin G. Shapiro John J. Shea ‘80 Desmond Sheehan Barbara Sheehan ‘85 Margaret L. Sheehy ‘90 and Brian Sheehy Lynne M. Sherman Katherine Shorr Gina Sismilich Sisters of Charity HealthCare System Skyline Construction & Contracting Corp Margaret R. Smith ‘71 and Clarence H. Smith Lorraine C. Smith ‘70 and Joseph M. Smith Thomas L. Smith ‘78 John L. Soldini ‘77 and Dina M. Soldini ‘77 Beth Carol Solomon ‘90 AE Sook Song David Sorkin Kenneth J. Spamer ‘80 and Joyce Spamer Carmine Spatola Donna Ann Spatz ‘83 and Gene Spatz Lauren Spielman Marlene Springer Piotr Sroczynski ‘94 Harold M. Staack, PhD ‘69 and Yachiyo Staack The Staaten Jennie Staiti Joel Stakofsky, MD Tom Stanley Salvatore Starace ‘06 Staten Island Audiological Services PC Staten Island Community Tennis Center Stat-Land Burglar Alarm Systems & Devices Inc Senada Steinman ‘08 Theresa R. Stillo, BSLC ACLS ‘95 Lewis Stolzenberg and Irene Stolzenberg Stop & Stor Jeffrey N. Strauss ‘87 and Paulette Strauss Anthony Striano Harold F. Sullivan Elizabeth Susalis Alice Suslowitz Ciro R. Taddeo ‘69

Terry Tarangelo James Tarangelo ‘87 Fran Tassone ‘05 Suzanne Taugher ‘02 and Miguel Taugher Greta Tedesco ‘92 Ten Toes of Staten Island LLC Laura Tenenbaum Thomas M. Terracino ‘82 and Deborah A. Terracino Terri L. Aurigemma ‘74 Thomas Granello Insurance Agency Inc Thomas K. Kowalski Insurance Agency Inc Three One Two Inc Three Stars Corp Barbara Torres Travel with the Experts Ltd Matthew R. Tricorico Teresa Trimarco and Michael Trimarco Troost Bros Inc United New York Sandy Hook Pilot’s Benevolent Association University Physicians Group PC UPE Inc Lelah G. Urban and Kenneth H. Urban Angelita Valeroso Van Alphen Bros., Inc. Tinamarie Veniscofski Colleen Verdi-Colandrea Anton Vilinskiy Roberta Vogel, PhD John Vokral, PE ‘63 and Carole Vokral Nancy R. Vomero ‘89 and Edward M. Vomero ‘85 Angela Ward Stephanie Watson Elena T. Wee Frank Weile Staci J. Weile ‘94 Roberta and Allan Weissglass Foundation Rhonda M. Whitfield ‘84 Kathleen C. Widlund and Alvar A. Widlund Thomasina Williams ‘82 and Charles Williams Lana Williams Williams Eye Works Inc Albert Wolf Vicky Wortman Cheryl C. Wu ‘90 Maria Xenakis Mohamed Yousef and Lena Yousef Bari Zahn Zarrilli & Associates, Inc. Paulina Zaslavskaya Alan Zimmerman Joseph Zona, DDS Eleanor Zorfas Margaret Zwiren ‘01 Up to $99 Jerod M., Loeb PhD ‘71 and Sherri T. Loeb Clinton G. Abrams and Wilma A. Abrams Devin K. Accetta Claudette Adamo James J. Adinolfi ‘91 and Mary Adinolfi Janna Adler ‘07 Joyce A. Adorno ‘06 and Enrique Adorno Mary Jean Agalio ‘88

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Mary M. Agresto ‘00 Kristine Ahl Ali Ahmed Mark A. Aiello ‘77 Latresi Alexander ‘01 Christina Alexiou Shirley A. Allen ‘95 Laure-Anne Alston ‘02 Elisabeth A. Altruda ‘81 and Paul F. Altruda Lisa Alvinez Larry Ambrosino and Dorothy Ambrosino Roberta L. Amerosa ‘03 and Robert A. Amerosa Michael A. Ammirato ‘73 and Linda Ammirato Linda Andersen ‘05 Mary Andrews Raymond Anello and Claudia ‘93 Anello Iona A. Angevin ‘90 Patricia Annarumma ‘02 and Salvatore Annarumma Linda Antico Michael J. Aponte ‘76 Patsy Argenziano ‘81 and Jane Argenziano Jerome A. Armani ‘71 and Gabriella Armani Deirdre Armitage, PhD Geraldine Armstrong Marcia Arnone Susan E. Ascolese ‘02 and Stephen A. Ascolese Rosemary Assenso ‘96 Virginia Attanasio ‘81 Vernice P. Augusty ‘86 and Roger Augusty John G. Babich ‘71 Duccio Baldari Debra Balinski ‘06 Lynn A. Ball ‘70 and James Ball Susan Ballinger Dean C. Balsamini and JoAnn Balsamini Dean L. Balsamini Mervyn Bamby and Gail Bamby Bank of America Matching Gifts Diane L. Baratta ‘77 Henry J. Bardel ‘75 Edith Barnes, PhD Maria Barone Ronald Barranco ‘95 Anita Barri Dorothy A. Barron ‘74 Alice Barrow Dawn M. Barry ‘07 Pauline Baselice ‘97 Larry Basile Lewis P. Bassin ‘01 Frank Battaglia, PhD Kathleen M. Battiste ‘82 and Paul Battiste Joan T. Bauer Thomas H. Baur ‘71 and Barbara Baur Virginia Beaton and Silvio Beaton Helen E. Beattie Damian A. Begley ‘76 Stephen A. Beinert ‘96 Brenda L. Bell ‘71 Bernadette Bellantoni ‘78 Juritta Bellaragione ‘70 Terence Bellew, Jr. ‘92 Bonnie A. Bender ‘73 Jean Bennett

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Dawn Bentivegna Jennifer Benvenuto ‘01 and Anthony Benvenuto Flora Berisha ‘03 Vjolca Berkani ‘97 Nicholas F. Berlingieri ‘79 William Bernhardt Marc Bertha Carole A. Bertoldo ‘74 David J. Besignano ‘85 and Mary Besignano Danielle Beyers Abrar A. Bhatty ‘96 Thomas Biggs Frederick M. Binder, EdD and Teris W. Binder Miriam Biren ‘74 Judith Bischoff ‘90 Susmita Biswas ‘95 Carolyn A. Bivona ‘93 and Leonard C. Bivona Elsie S. Blackshear ‘84 Doyley O. Blackwood ‘74 Maryanne Blaine ‘91 Claude R. Blanchet ‘71 Gloria Blatt Catherine M. Blue Charles J. Bock, Jr. Angelina Boffardi ‘75 Phyllis Bole ‘77 Nadine Boles ‘91 and Robert J. Boles ‘91 William C. Bommer ‘67 Clare M. Bonafede ‘87 and Vincent Bonafede John Bono ‘83 and Bernadette M. Bono Sandra R. Bookbinder ‘87 and Harold Bookbinder Therese A. Booras Barbara K. Borek ‘72 and Theodore S. Borek Ann Borik ‘99 and Michael J. Borik Jane E. Borsare ‘87 Vivian Boscia and Thomas D. Boscia George E. Bouquio ‘85 William L. Boutin ‘81 Frances J. Bove Kenneth C. Bovo ‘71 Howard F. Bowe, Jr. ‘81 Arlene Boyarsky Christine M. Boyer Robert J. Brandt and Turid S. Brandt Dawn Bray ‘67 Edwin C. Brech ‘75 and Catherine Brech Sylvia Breitberg Margaret A. Brennan Beatrice Breslaw Rocco E. Brienza Vincent C. Brigande ‘92 Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, Inc. Linda J. Brizendine ‘98 and Gordon Brizendine Joyce Donna Brown ‘83 and Jim Brown Robert Brown Janet Brown Jessica Bruschi ‘99 and Louis A. Bruschi ‘05 Barbara Buckley ‘74 Renu Budhraja Richard Buegler ‘01 Ernest Buehler and Trophy M. Buehler Darlene Burch ‘92 Diane M. Burdge ‘73 and Richard A. Burdge Marlena L. Burek ‘97

Concetta Burgess ‘80 Florence Burrus ‘85 Carmen A. Bushey ‘76 and Leonard L. Bushey Sandra L. Bush-Kratz ‘90 Asrine Butler ‘78 Patricia C. Byrne ‘88 Rhoda B. Cahill ‘87 Rosemarie Caiazzo ‘88 Jean Callahan-Scarcella Thomas M. Callow and Elaine Callow ‘88 Robert Calungsod Estela Camacho Elizabeth Cammarano ‘74 Christopher Campbell Frank Campione, Jr. ‘98 and Melinda Campione ‘94 Elizabeth Canale and Joseph Canale Tracy Cannatella ‘09 Barbara A. Cannizzaro ‘81 and Mark C. Cannizzaro Joseph A. Cantalupo ‘86 Lana Capuozzo ‘79 Phyllis Caputo, RN ‘90 Lina Carames ‘78 Salvatore Carangelo ‘82 Lewis Carbonaro ‘00 John M. Carbone ‘89 and Alisa Carbone Ellen G. Carbone ‘75 Alice M. Cardamone ‘96 and Francis J. Cardamone Kathleen A. Carletti-Smith ‘79 and Kevin Smith Lois Carlson Kathryn Carse Angela Cartmell-McGlyn ‘00 and James F. McGlyn ‘05 Anna Mary Caruso Jeanne Casanovas ‘80 Lorraine D. Casella ‘89 and Robert F. Casella ‘80 Nick Caselli Theresa Cassano ‘08 Barbara J. Castaldo ‘79 Agatino Cataldi ‘05 Anthony M. Catania ‘77 and Nancy Catania Rosemarie Cattuti Roberta C. Cavendish Carol Celauro Dolores A. Celentano ‘80 and Dominick J. Celentano Cerebral Palsy Association of NYS Walter W. Chadwick ‘88 and Margaret M. Chadwick Charmaine Chance Bruce Chandler Claire Chesnoff ‘94 and Harold Chesnoff Maria Cheung Susan Chew ‘06 Ludwin F. Chicaiza ‘98 Ivy K. Chin ‘99 and Kenneth Chin Bee Choy Christine Liquors Inc Melanie Christon ‘87 Siuwang Chu ‘74 Joanne C. Cimino ‘97 Elizabeth Cincotta ‘80 and John Cincotta Joanne Cipolli ‘00 Nicole L. Cirillo ‘01 Philip Cirrone

The City of New York CJ Fashions Virginia J. Clarke ‘99 and John C. Clarke Livingston B. Clayton, Jr. ‘77 Amy C. Clegg ‘97 John D. Clements ‘91 and Barbara G. Clements Ann M. Clinton ‘79 Kathleen A. Clouse-Strebel ‘74 Barbara C. Coffey ‘78 and Thomas J. Coffey Eileen R. Coffey ‘89 Carmen Cognetta Jeffrey Cohen, CPA Bruce J. Cohn ‘74 and Janet Cohn Agathe Coismain ‘80 Jesse D. Colchamiro ‘76 Nancy Cole Francisco M. Collado ‘09 Vance Collins ‘08 Phyllis B. Collins ‘72 Marguerite Colonna ‘85 Jacquelyn L. Colucci ‘76 Carol Competiello Salvatore J. Conforti ‘87 Marie K. Connelly ‘74 Dawn Connolly Michael J. Contardo ‘82 and Theresa Contardo Sandi Cooper Jayne Cooper ‘80 Carolyn Corbo and Pasqual Corbo Vincent L. Cositore ‘70 Anna T. Cosme Margaret M. Cottone ‘91 Catherine Covino and Lee S. Covino ‘77 Jane E. Coyle ‘83 Kerri Coyne Maryanna P. Crawford ‘94 and David G. Crawford Allyn J. Crawford, Esq. Nina Critti ‘87 and Paul Critti John Crivelli Theodora M. Cross ‘06 CTR NY Jane M. Cuccurullo ‘99 and Anthony Cuccurullo Patrick Cullen Laurie Cullenen ‘02 and Mark Cullenen Kathleen Cumiskey Joan Cuneo and Angelo Cuneo Frances Curiazza Alison Curtis ‘04 Marilyn Cutick John Cutrona Roy A. Cutter Rose Dalessio ‘75 Lourdes P. D’Alessio ‘79 Diane P. D’allegro, MD Carole J. Dalton Joyce Daly Maryann D’Amato-Fanale ‘79 and Joseph Fanale Paul D’Ambrosi Denius D’Amico Adrienne Y. D’Angelo ‘88 and Carl D’Angelo Teresa D’Aquila and Joseph D’Aquila Dolores N. D’Aquisto, RN ‘84 Sheila B. Dattilo Mary Davis

John A. De Meis ‘76 and Grace De Meis Barbara Deacon ‘00 Richard Decker ‘80 and Susan Decker David S. DeFazio ‘73 and Gail DeFazio James Degruccio Mary Ellen Degruccio Dorothy M. DeHaven ‘75 and James R. DeHaven Kathleen Deignan Marjorie DeJesus Brooke Delaney ‘06 Maureen DeLeo Barbara J. DellaSalla ‘91 and James DellaSalla Rose Marie Dello Russo Anna M. DeLuca ‘77 Normajean A. DeMaio ‘84 Gladys N. Denizard ‘69 Marie Dente ‘76 Joyce DeRosa ‘74 and Michael DeRosa Maria DeSantis and John DeSantis Maria J. Destefano ‘84 and Richard Destefano Kathleen A. DeVarso ‘71 Barbara C. Devita-Doyle ‘87 and Sean Doyle ‘99 Rita Diamond Portia Diamond and Harold E. Diamond Scott D. Diamond ‘02 Richard P. Diaz ‘89 and Ellen Diaz Raymond Diaz ‘81 Salvatore DiBenedetto ‘95 and Toni-Ann DiBenedetto Theresa Dick ‘00 and John Dick John A. DiClemente ‘78 Patricia DiFilippo ‘94 and Joseph DiFilippo Louisa Digerolamo ‘07 Michael Digiovanna Patrick J. DiLillo ‘74 and Christine DiLillo Harry D. Dinella, USA (Ret.) ‘70 Nicholas DiTommaso ‘01 Vera Dizpinziere Kathleen Doherty John F. Doherty, PhD ‘82 and Nancy Doherty Sandra Dolan ‘89 and Bob Dolan Rita Donlon, PhD ‘78 and Michael J. Donlon Eileen M. Donovan ‘73 Serena Dowding Barbara Dreisch ‘90 and Ronald Dreisch Antoinette Drew Daniel T. Driscoll ‘69 Rebecca Dubin ‘91 and Alan P. Dubin Eileen Duffy Brian Duffy Liliann Duggan Carolyn I. Dujmich Raymond P. Dunleavy and Mary M. Dunleavy Kathleen Dunn ‘05 Margaret P. Dunphy ‘77 Katherine Early Adelbert F. Eberhardt Irma Ellis ‘79 Donna M. Ellis-Glemaud ‘95 Nanci J. Engel-Pollak ‘84 David E. Ervast, Sr. ‘68 Lisa A. Esposito Danny W. Fackovec ‘98 Olusola Fadare ‘94

Arthur J. Merola, DPM ‘85

CSI Alumni Association Board

“Education will always give an opportunity or two. The realization of those opportunities comes from a reflection on the time spent during the education process at CSI. If you had the opportunity to share this process with other individuals, you still would be learning. When a donation to the Foundation is made, whether it be to programs such as Nursing, the Arts, or the many other scholarship programs offered at the College, you are continuing the process. Everyday we must learn at least one thing new, so it is said. Why not contribute then to continue it? You will make a difference. Then when someone says Thank You, you’ll know why.”

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Fran Mitilieri

Assistant Athletic Director

“I believe in higher education and in supporting an institution that has supported me. As a grad student and member of the College community, I have realized the value of what the College offers its students, as well as the entire College family.”

Kevin J. Fair Dorothy T. Faison ‘86 and Thomas A. Faison Joseph C. Falco ‘70 and Carmela T. Falco David Falk and Madeline Falk Jason Famularo ‘06 Donna J. Fanelli ‘93 and Louis Fanelli John R. Farinella ‘80 Arlene T. Farren Deborah Farse Fashion Institute of Technology Suraia Fattah Joanne J. Fealey ‘76 Josephine Fedele ‘00 and Joseph Fedele ‘74 Kathleen Feola ‘05

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Joan Feraco and Angelo Feraco Susan P. Fernandez ‘88 and Joseph Fernandez Jean Ferrantino-Canlon Joseph V. Ferraro ‘92 and Stephaine Ferraro Adrienne A. Ferretti Eileen Ficara Jacqueline Finegan Susan Finkelstein ‘78 and Richard Finkelstein Eileen M. Finn ‘83 Jon L. Fiorella ‘71 and Mildred Fiorella ‘69 Natalie Fischetti and Anthony Fischetti Marie Fittipaldi Ann Marie C. Flanagan and Aubrey B. Flanagan ‘98 Ira J. Fleck ‘66 Bridget Foley Betty J. Ford ‘80 and Andrew Ford Forest Plaza Pizza Corp Maria Formica Bernadette Forster ‘79 and Robert D. Forster Janis A. Forsyth ‘71 Joan Fortunato Aldo J. Fossella ‘77 David Frankel Melissa Franz ‘91 and Kenneth Franz Moses Freed Robert L. Freedland, PhD Margaret A. Friscia ‘84 and Joseph A. Friscia Marguerite T. Fuller and Andrew Fuller Rosemarie Gaffar Kathleen M. Gaffney ‘85 and Michael Gaffney Jerry Gagliano Julie C. Gallagher ‘92 Patricia Z. Galletta ‘76 Robert C. Galli ‘75 Cecilia Gallo Jean Gallo Gad Gamzo Gloria M. Garcia Fedalia L. Gardiner ‘80 Beth A. Gargiulo ‘95 Barbara Ann Gattullo ‘72 Linda B. Gavioli and Bruce J. Gavioli ‘83 Marlene A. Geisler ‘05 Chris Geissler Marguerite Gennaro ‘79 and Nicholas Gennaro Dennis R. Genovese ‘73 and Marilyn Genovese Alter Gertner Charles Giardina Victoria Gibbons ‘79 Gloria Gibbons ‘83 Linda G. Gibney ‘71 and John B. Gibney Joan Giebelhaus ‘77 Eileen Gigliotti Vicky Gimbleman David J. Giovanelli ‘71 Helen Giovanucci Jo Ann M. Giustino ‘74 Harriet Glazer and Marvin H. Glazer Consuela J. Gloznek and Joseph Gloznek John P. Gobinski ‘66 and Lena Gobinski ‘66 Donna M. Godek ‘79 Babette Goffin Marjorie J. Goldberg ‘88 and Herman Goldberg Theresa M. Golden ‘85 and Timothy J. Golden

Myron Goldman Sue Ann Goldman ‘70 and Robert Goldman Ellen J. Goldner and Stephen J. Goldner Lydia Goolsby ‘72 Venis Gordon John Gordon ‘99 and Anne Gordon Lawrence I. Gordon ‘69 Carolyn A. Gordon ‘81 Christine Gould ‘06 Virginia Grady ‘77 Jeanne Gragnani Alice G. Graham Kathleen A. Graham ‘77 Madelyn Marabello Graves ‘79 and Mark Graves Timothy G. Gray and Maria C. Gray Michael F. Green ‘71 Mary Lou Greene and Bradford Greene Elizabeth Gregg, RN ‘85 and William Gregg Christine Gregorio Josephine Greico Barbara Griffiths ‘04 Robert Gritz Megan Grogan ‘09 Patricia Groom Jerome Grushkin Thomas Guarcello Amy Guarcello Phyllis Guglietta ‘98 Catherine A. Guidera ‘06 and Joseph Guidera John C. Gustafsson Richard Haas Florence Haefner Judith A. Hafner ‘95 and Howard Hafner Pamela Halpin Virginia C. Hamilton and Robert J. Hamilton Mary Hanley ‘85 Mary S. Hannan ‘03 Gloria Haramis Gregory J. Harden ‘78 Pat Harrison Muriel A. Hassel ‘71 and Frederick T. Hassel, Jr. ‘70 Rita A. Hasselbacher ‘73 and Jacob Hasselbacher Peter D. Haugk ‘67 James Hayden and Lydia Hayden Maureen A. Hayes ‘82 Frances T. Hayes ‘90 Joseph Hegel ‘02 Barbara E. Heins ‘90 and Joseph R. Heins Paul F. Henar and Laura J. Henar Robert Hennessey Miguel A. Henriquez ‘05 Lance J. Hermus ‘92 and Iva B. Hermus Maria Hernandez ‘00 Valerie A. Hill ‘88 and Barlow G. Hill Eve Hodes ‘80 Ellen Hoehn ‘90 and Alex J. Hoehn Barbara A. Hoffman ‘75 and Steven Hoffman Jennie C. Hoffmann and Richard R. Hoffmann John D. Hogan and Celide Hogan Norma B. Holmes ‘80 Edith G. Holtermann ‘75 Celeste A. Horai ‘80 and Russell Horai Karen S. Horne ‘99

Mercedes E. Horton ‘75 Marion T. Hudson, MS RNC ‘86 and Mark R. Hudson ‘03 Carol Huey Edith E. Hugentobler Marian T. Hughes ‘84 and John Hughes Viola Huston Simone Iacona Catherine Iadicicco and Dominick Iadicicco Marie Iengo Michele Imbornone John Imperio, MD Independent Association of Accountants of Staten Island Inc Maria Infante Susan Ingravallo ‘05 Integrated Financial Services Inc Rosemarie Izzo ‘90 and Steven Izzo Denise M. Jacoby ‘04 Marian L. Jaffe ‘00 and Robert Jaffe Albina Janesky Tina M. Jefferson ‘97 Darlene K. Jefferson, CSN ‘71 Marianne Jeffreys Carol Jehle Jewelry Depot Jimmy Max Joann’s Deli Carol F. Jochnowitz and George Jochnowitz Jane Jones Irene Joris Carole Josephs ‘69 Jennifer Joyce Thomas Joyce and Mary Ellen Joyce Elizabeth Joyce ‘02 and Terrence Joyce Moira Juliano ‘06 Theresa Jungmann Martin Kalve ‘91 Joanne M. Kane ‘79 Kathleen Kane-Caneco ‘89 and Joseph Caneco Carol Kanowicz and Robert J. Kanowicz ‘76 Susan Kantor and Stanley Kantor Rinat Kapoya-Levin ‘06 Cynthia A. Karczewski ‘95 and William Karczewski Reba Kastel Leonard Katcher and Gail ‘76 Katcher Alexander Katimbang ‘87 and Merle S. Katimbang Kevin R. Kavanagh ‘83 Edward J. Keegan ‘81 Diane M. Kelder Nora Kelley, PhD Elvira M. Kelly Mary E. Kelly Richard L. Kent ‘80 and Frances M. Kent Judit Kerekes Joan A. Kielty ‘79 and Thomas J. Kielty, Jr. Roberta King Jonathon King Mary F. King ‘78 Toni Lynn Kirby Jeanne B. Kish ‘75 Margaret Kittel ‘84 Arleen Klapper ‘79 and Arthur M. Klapper Geraldine Knell

Marie H. Kokkonen ‘73 Deji Komolafe Steven Kovach and Eileen T. Kovach Daniel C. Kramer and Richenda Kramer ‘74 Roberta Ellin Kranz ‘95 Felicia A. Krause ‘81 Mary Ann Kress Ellen Krieger and Martin Krieger Rosalind A. Kurland ‘92 Daniel Kurzweil Lona K. Kusz Linda Kvetkoff Caroline Laguidice Gerald X. Lamb ‘85 Patricia A. Lane Melissa Lanza ‘02 Annmarie Lanza-Bisciello ‘80 and Neil Bisciello Lourdes O. Lapinid Linda B. LaRocca ‘01 Laura Hannan ‘84 and Jeffrey Hannan Launderall LLC Carol A. Laurie ‘91 and Mark Laurie Kathleen A. Lavelle ‘94 Lawrence Woodmere Academy Lynda K. Le Suer ‘73 Marcela Leahy ‘02 and James Leahy Dorothy Leanza and Richard P. Leanza Sheldon Lebowitz ‘61 and Sheila Lebowitz Beth Leggio Vicki Lehrer Richard L. Leide ‘73 and Dorothy Leide Tobias Lenza ‘03 Dean M. Lenzini ‘93 and Christine Lenzini Virginia W. Leong and Laurent J. Leong Brian D. Levine, Esq. ‘70 and Theresa Levine Arnold E. Levine ‘75 and Elaine Levine ‘74 Louise Levine ‘05 Peggy I. Levine ‘76 Jerry Levine ‘82 Margaret Lunney Lewis, PhD ‘73 and John H. Lunney Lewis Lynne Libert ‘09 Elizabeth Licata Karen E. Liedy ‘76 and Louis L. Liedy, Jr. ‘85 Annette J. Ligot ‘70 Donna M. L’Insalata ‘88 and John C. L’Insalata Elizabeth B. Linton and Daniel J. Linton Daniel R. Lippiello Linda G. Lipscomb ‘79 Carol A. Lisa ‘71 Debbie Lloret Theresa M. Lobritto ‘89 Lawrence N. Lofaro ‘60 and Anita Lofaro Rosemary Loffredo ‘96 David W. Lohman ‘72 and Rachael L. Lohman Mario J. Longabardi Barbara Looft and Harold O. Looft Jessica Lopa ‘02 Othniel Lopez ‘68 Josephine Lopresti and Ralph E. Lopresti ‘74 Kenneth A. Lorentzen ‘96 and Lise A. Lorentzen ‘92 Elaina Lovascio ‘04 Lisa Lubrano ‘06

Patricia Ann Lunny ‘71 Patrick Lunt Maria Luongo Robert A. Lurie ‘85 Margaret G. Lutfey ‘81 and Albert Lutfey Anne B. Lind Luthmann ‘75 and Robert J. Luthmann Maryann Lyons ‘96 and James Lyons Pamela MacWilliams ‘65 and James MacWilliams Melissa Madalone ‘06 Joan Maddaluno Janet Magnuson ‘07 Beatrice D. Magnuson ‘79 Daniel F. Magrino ‘02 Roberta Maida ‘92 and Joseph Maida Pui Mak ‘05 Margaret Maksimowich ‘99 Louise M. Malarkey Eufemia A. Maldari ‘74 Antoinette Manfredi Leonard T. Mangano ‘71 David Mangeim Rosanne Mangione ‘84 William J. Manigault ‘63 Michael L. Manna Manor Road Restaurant Corp Allan March Lisa Marchesiello ‘79 and Donald Marchesiello Carol Marini Mark R. Marino Leonard Marino Virginia Marino ‘77 Maureen Markoe Ellen M. Marks ‘73 Myra Marks ‘90 Antoinette T. Marten ‘80 Margaret Massoni Robert Mathews Elizabeth Matos-Sanchez Erica Mattera ‘01 Matthew Funeral Home & Cremation Services Inc Teresa M. Mazza-Dingman ‘76 Angela McClintock John C. McCracken and Irene M. McCracken Marilyn J. McDonald and Patrick McDonald Catherine M. McDonald ‘78 Janice McDonnell ‘75 Anne McDowell ‘96 Virginia B. McGee ‘84 Erin M. Mcgovern Mary E. McGrath Iris B. McGrath ‘71 Eileen McGrath ‘74 William McLaughlin Doris R. McLaughlin James D. McManus ‘68 Mary Ellen McMorrow William P. McNamara ‘72 Elizabeth M. McNulty Jeannette McNulty ‘86 Audrey McQuillen ‘80 Marlene D. Mead Kathleen Meaghan Susan Mee

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Conrad H. Meibauer ‘74 Irene J. Melchior ‘80 and Anthony S. Melchior Arlene Mele Pasquale Meleleo ‘04 Louis Melfi and Marianne Melfi Erica Melville ‘58 John W. Merrell ‘72 and Dolores Merrell Michael Mesheriakov ‘01 Andrea Messina-Smargiassi Toby Messrie ‘90 and Isis Messrie Maryann Meunier Louis Meyer Jack Miceli ‘58 and Beate Miceli Midland Pharmacy & Healthcare Products Inc Edward C. Mikol ‘80 Joan Miller Florence V. Miller ‘97 Richard Milne , Jr. and Robin J. Milne Phyllis Minacapilli ‘91 Michele Minardi Joan N. Miraldi ‘67 and James Miraldi Patricia L. Mishkin ‘81 Grace Mitchell Catherine Mitchell ‘75 MJ Reimans Hardware Inc John F. Mohr ‘05 Cheryl Mojica Brenda A. Montalbano ‘84 Angela Montalto ‘95 Dorothy C. Mooney ‘89 Kenneth L. Moore ‘06 Theresa M. Morace ‘76 Carol Moragas John J. Moran Marguerite M. Moran Chinedum Mordi Carolyn Morelli Maria N. Morgado and Daniel G. Morgado Eileen F. Morgan-Schacht ‘77 Russ J. Morisi ‘07 and Laura Morisi Michael P. Morrell ‘70 and Anne Marie Morrell Andrea H. Morris, PhD Mary Morrissey ‘05 Margaret Moscariello ‘90 Frederick Moscowitch ‘76 and Linda Moscowitch Wendy Moses ‘00 MT Fashion USA Inc Thomas A. Mulholland ‘90 Joy T. Mullen Patricia Mulligan Kathleen Murray Kevin Murray ‘97 Charles Nadel Peter J. Napolitano, Esq. Linda M. Naradovy ‘84 Elyse Nass ‘73 Kathleen T. Nastasi ‘75 Natural Resources Protective Association Mary Lou Nelles Virginia Nelson ‘06 Veronica Nestel and Robert Nestel Robert H. Newmark ‘70 and Kristina J. Newmark ‘73 Frances Foon Yee Ng ‘89 and Siukit Ng

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Mark Nigido ‘06 Jerry Noia ‘78 Madeline A. Nolan ‘84 and Peter Nolan Joanne Norris ‘74 North Plainfield Board of Education Yvette R. Nugent ‘86 Catherine Kane Nyhus ‘92 Kathleen Oberfeldt ‘89 and Andrew Oberfeldt ‘84 Kenneth O’Brien Rosemary O’Brien Ray Ocello O’Connor Davies Munns & Dobbins LLP Denny Odea Dennys O’Dea ‘80 Mary O’Donnell Thomas B. O’Donnell Judith A. O’Donnell ‘67 John M. O’Dowd ‘69 Dennis O’Dowd ‘70 Joseph Cogan Glenna O’Hare Grace Olarte ‘05 Barbara A. Olsen ‘86 and Taube Olsen Carol Ann Olsen ‘76 and Peter Olsen Denise M. Olsen ‘91 and Neil Olsen Mary Olsen Debra A. Olsen ‘93 Kathleen A. Olson ‘87 and Kenneth D. Olson Marie O’Neill Martin J. O’Reilly and Marilyn E. O’Reilly Domenic Orndinelli Lillian S. Orrok ‘70 Michelle C. Ortiz Jose L. Ortiz ‘71 Donna Orvieto Fred Orvieto and Ann Orvieto Yvonne J. Osterlund ‘90 and Paul Osterlund Rewieda Othman ‘08 Susan M. O’Toole ‘81 Carol A. Ottesen ‘85 Faith B. Oviasuyi-Brown ‘06 Virginia Ozgar ‘94 Jacqueline A. Pagano ‘74 Vita Paino ‘00 and John Paino Gabrielle Palmieri Linda A. Palmieri ‘86 and Neal Palmieri Evelyn Palomba David J. Palughi ‘76 Dona M. Panagos Dibyendu S. Pandey ‘00 Rose Paniccioli ‘97 Sobh K. Panicker-Thomas, RN ‘05 Dorothy Paradzinski Joseph Parisi Jeffrey Parker Susan D. Pasternack ‘72 and Joel B. Pasternack Janice A. Pattison ‘94 Yvonne Payne ‘82 Jose Luis Paz Holly Pecora Melvin Pedersen ‘71 Olav J. Pedersen ‘74 Joanne M. Pellegrino ‘71 Rachel Pepe

Rosalie Pepe Patricia Peterkin and John Peterkin Joan S. Peters ‘84 and Allen A. Peters Mark A. Peters ‘76 and Mary Ann Peters Matthew S. Peters ‘83 and Eileen Peters Karen E. Peterson ‘92 and Gary Peterson Anna Petrak ‘83 Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program Amelia M. Piccione ‘86 and Paul R. Piccione Margaret M. Picerno ‘00 Trina L. Piercey ‘81 Gwendolyn L. Pierre-Louis ‘82 and Fritzgerald Pierre-Louis Rose Marie Pietsch Barbara Pincar ‘99 and Martin T. Pincar Denny Pizzini Dana Pizzo Josephine Plessl Bertram O. Ploog Yin Pongli ‘05 Maria Porcell ‘05 Stephen E. Poris ‘83 and Sandra Poris Port Washington Sandra L. Prather ‘81 Joan A. Press ‘78 Eleanor Preston ‘76 Leo Priola ‘06 Vincent Priolo, Jr. Eugene Prisco Loretta E. Prisco Joseph Procopio ‘74 Vienna Profeta Cecilia T. Proscia ‘96 Howard I. Prussack ‘70 and Madeleine M. Prussack Colleen J. Pugliese ‘83 Donna P. Pynn ‘87 and James P. Pynn James A. Quadrino ‘08 Mark Qualben and Lisa Qualben Ann Marie Quinn ‘86 Linda A. Quintavalle ‘76 Jocelyn Rabina Faye Radin George R. Radu, Jr. ‘88 Edith P. Raia ‘77 James P. Raichle ‘76 Edward Ranieri ‘04 Rosanne J. Raso ‘76 and Donald Raso Glennda M. Rassin, LMSW ‘82 and David K. Rassin, PhD Diane Rathgeber ‘69 and David Rathgeber Faith Ratner ‘88 and Steven Ratner Diane Rattien Lee B. Ravine ‘92 Arundhati Raychaudhuri Kathy Reale Charlotte L. Reed ‘72 and Twain M. Reed Candida Regine ‘98 Gail W. Reilly ‘74 Nanci E. Richards ‘05 Carlo Rizzi Rose A. Rizzi ‘72 Allison Roberts Margaret Robinson Josette Anne Roesch ‘84

Francine M. Roesch ‘85 Linda Rogando ‘91 and Larry Rogando Dianna M. Rogers ‘85 Angela Romano ‘93 and Anthony Romano Maria F. Romano ‘97 and Liberio Romano Hildegard E. Romano ‘81 Delilah Rosales ‘95 Lenore Rosenberger Lisa Rossman-Murphy ‘99 Joanna Rosso Gail Rostawanik ‘98 and Robert Rostawanik Lisa Rothman and Joseph Rothman, MD Terry J. Rowden, Jr. Ann M. Rummo ‘05 Julia Ruocco Lois Ruocco Irene Ruotolo ‘71 Paulette Russo ‘76 and Frank Russo Angela M. Ryan Linda Ryan ‘76 Marian Ryan ‘86 Nora Ryan ‘99 Diane Saia ‘06 Suzanne I. Salinardi ‘94 and Richard Salinardi Margaret A. Salzano, RNC ‘87 and Jerry Salzano Jeanette Sambataro Kathleen Santo ‘80 and Thomas Santo Betty Saw ‘99 Gaetana Scafuri ‘89 Scamardella Funeral Home, Inc. Michele Scammacca ‘91 Catherine Scannapieco ‘95 Frank W. Scarangello, Jr. ‘86 Barbara A. Schiano Fay S. Schiff ‘81 James Schirrippa Deborah H. Schlackman ‘99 Robert Schlaeger Ronnie A. Schmidt ‘72 and Sheldon P. Schmidt Valerie Schmutz Mary A. Schwartz, EdD ‘74 and Hal S. Schwartz ‘69 Helen A. Scibilia ‘99 Albina Scrofani Irene E. Scully ‘98 and James Scully Barbara Scundakis ‘05 Norman S. Seidman ‘92 Barbara L. Sekulski ‘72 Patricia Sellitto ‘76 and Chester Sellitto Erika Semidey ‘08 Maureen P. Senft ‘94 and Gregory Senft Joan F. Shaw ‘96 Amelia C. Shaw ‘97 Kathleen A. Shea Denise K. Sheehan ‘75 Molenies L. Sheeko ‘77 John Sheftick Barnett Shepherd Shore Road Striders Running Club Suzy Shu ‘81 Louis W. Siani Albert J. Silvestri ‘80 Michael Simmonds Mary E. Simone

Perry Simone Danna L. Sims ‘90 Maria Sinclair Saundra L. Sirmans ‘95 Deborah Sklar ‘95 Marshall Skopp Alan L. Smith, CH, RH ‘74 Vivian Snyder Maryellen Snyder ‘08 Gloria Solomon Suksoon Song Catherine Sorensen ‘78 and Frank Sorensen Richard F. Soyack ‘77 Ann Spahitz-Mackey ‘94 Gary Sparago ‘85 Stephanie Spero Sadie Stambler ‘72 Ellen Stark Gina Steiman Abraham J. Stern Frederick M. Stern ‘73 and Connie B. Stern George A. Stern, Jr. Stefanie Stingo ‘00 and Arthur Stingo Ina Stone ‘74 Walter B. Strauss, Esq. ‘74 and Luna Strauss Russell Strobel ‘05 Lynn Suarez Neil Sullivan Susan Sullivan Elizabeth G. Sullivan ‘84 Marianne Surasi ‘85 Anthony Susi and Mary Susi Stanley S. Suski Edith Susskind Angela Sutera ‘80 and Sam Sutera Arne K. Syvertsen ‘71 and Laura Syvertsen Helen Szterenfeld and Marvin Szterenfeld Jeanine Tardy Keevin G. Tash ‘75 and Linda Tash ‘74 Christine Taverna ‘09 Elmore R. Taylor ‘75 and Yvonne Taylor Margaret M. Terjesen ‘87 Louis L. Terruso ‘87 Audrey Tesora ‘06 Lynne M. Tetlus ‘79 Theresa M. Thingelstad ‘87 Zachariah C. Thomas Sandra E. Thomas ‘82 and Stephen H. Thomas Roberta Thomas ‘92 Helen Tierney ‘91 and John Tierney Marlene A.Tona ‘80 and John V. ‘81 Tona Janet Torre ‘75 Eileen J. Torricelli ‘78 Frank J. Toscano, Jr. ‘63 and Maria Toscano Mary Tramutola Mary A. Trapp ‘01 and Richmond J. Trapp Carmen Tripo Colleen Troiano ‘01 Mary Truesdel ‘05 Eileen Tucker ‘89 Rosemary Tung ‘69 Michael J. Tuohy ‘75 Jason Turetsky ‘07 Frances Turner ‘90

Michael Shugrue, PhD Professor Emeritus Former Dean

“The CSI Foundation allows me to share in the academic and cultural life of the College. It allows me to honor and foster individual faculty and students as well as programs and innovations. It supports the Shugrue Cultural Program, which brings outstanding musicians and other leading cultural figures to CSI.”

Pamela A. Turzo ‘75 Jessica Tybursky Diane B. Tyson ‘91 and Robert F. Tyson Lorraine Vaglio ‘76 Milton Valenta James V. Valente ‘94 and Cynthia Valente Claire Van Cott Brooke Van Horn Denise Van Tassell ‘95 and William Van Tassell Mary T. Van Valen ‘76 John L. Vaselli ‘03 and Jennifer Vaselli Vera E. Vaskis ‘98 Maria Vazquez Victoria Venezia ‘06

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Francisco M. Collado ‘09 Development Assistant

“As a recent graduate, I understand the value of scholarships and programs that are supported by Foundation donors. Many of CSI’s students rely on these scholarships and programs to achieve the academic excellence that this institution fosters. Being able to give back is the ultimate reward.”

Verizon Marilyn A. Verna ‘78 Diane M. Viggiano ‘93 and Fred Viggiano Joseph Vitadamo Loretta Volpe ‘74 Laura Gasparis Vonfrolio, RN ‘76 and Charles Vonfrolio Mary Walker Richard J. Walker ‘94 Carol A. Walsh ‘85 Eric A. Walters Qichen Wang Yi Wang Virginia R. Warner Gary N. Washington ‘78

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Ellen J. Washington ‘84 Bernice S. Waxman ‘79 and Eugene Waxman Penelope C. Weil ‘69 and Thomas Weil Anita Weisenfeld and Joseph Weisenfeld Ronald S. Weiss ‘75 and Francine Weiss Ann Welden ‘75 Judy A. Welsh ‘79 Richard M. Wexler ‘75 and Celia Wexler Harold M. Weymouth Christine White ‘02 John J. Widlund ‘92 and Xerna J. Widlund ‘91 Christine Widlund ‘05 Lorraine Wilbur ‘72 and Gary Wilbur ‘78 Donna J. Williams ‘99 Leonard P. Winkler Edward W. Winters ‘70 Maxine Wilson-Mizell ‘74 and Joseph Mizell Edward F. Wnuk Cheryl Wohlgemuth Norma S. Wolfe Audrey R. Wolfe ‘97 Eunice Woo ‘06 Jill Woods Kathleen Wright and James Wright Jean A. Wright ‘84 Patricia Wuensch ‘01 Alex Yang ‘81 and Anne Yang Juliana Yanushefski ‘76 Sookhee Yi ‘04 Betty J. Young ‘75 Barbara J. Youngman ‘90 Tak L. Yuen ‘86 Peter Yuskevich Violeta Yzeiraj Randa Zagzoug-Pechota, Esq. ‘86 and Vratislav Pechota Adam Zaid Vito E. Zajda ‘08 John T. Zajonc John L. Zangara ‘78 Raymond Zaniewski ‘76 and Christina Zaniewski Zhanyang Zhang ‘88 Louis Zichettello Donna-Lee Ziegeler ‘01 Gertrude Zlotnick ‘91 and Milton Zlotnick Carmela Zuckerman ‘97 Anthony P. Zupo ‘90 and Carol J. Zupo Elizabeth A. Zwingraf and Raymond V. Zwingraf ‘79 Gifts-in-Kind A & J Party Inflatables A.F. Bennett The Actors Workshop Adobe Blues Afternoone’s Vincent Albunio, Esq. Alfonso’s Pastry Shoppe All Wrapped Up Allstate Insurance Ziad Aloa American Golf Corporation Babies R Us Keyshawn Bailey

Beaver Brook Country Club Bella Vita II Bistro Boardwalk Hotel Group Lee Boody Build-A-Bear Workshop Cake Chef Canlon’s Restaurant Veronica Carle Elizabeth Castano Charmaine Chance Chelsea Piers Management Co. Michael Chiappone Greg Ciprut Con Edison CSI Alumni Association CSI Sports & Recreation Center Melissa Davis DeLeo’s Pizzeria Peter Delorenzo DeVita/Becker Physical Therapy PC Marie DiTomasso Doherty Enterprises LLC Dress Up Boutique Equal Balance Donna B. Gerstle ‘84 and Michael A. Gerstle Rebecca Gibson Gina’s Pizzeria Giovanni’s Restaurant The Golf Club at Mansion Ridge Goodfellas International Dance X-plosion Jimmy Max Joe & Pat Pizzeria Inc Dolores Karl King’s Restaurant & Pizza Cafe La Fontana Restaurant Lee Simms Chocolates Little Gym John Lorentzen Kenneth A. Lorentzen ‘96 Annette Lydon Manor House Miyako Peter Mullen New York New York Salon New York Sports Club The NY Jets LLC Oo La La Osaka Pilo Arts-Day Spa Portobello Cafe Carmine Priolo Vincent Priolo and Carmen Priolo Rob Pufahl Prudence Puglisi Rab’s Country Lanes Renato’s Pastry Shoppe Jamey Rimshnick RollerJam USA Inc The Rookery Brian Rowan Dolores Santangelo Michael Santoro and Donna Santoro

Maureen Markoe Myra Marks ‘90 Mary Martino ‘75 Trevor Mills ‘72 Michele Minardi Augustus Nuzzela ‘77 Ob Gyn Associates Michele Oetting Papa Real Estate I LLC Frank Pepe and Marianna Pepe Peter Priolo Vincent Priolo and Carmen Priolo Glennaro Priolo Mark Qualben and Lisa Qualben Thomas Rauen III and Patricia Rauen Margaret Rauen Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Select Services Agency Inc Stephanie Spero Salvatore Starace ‘06 Lynn Suarez Anthony Susi and Mary Susi Christine Taverna ‘09 Zachariah C. Thomas Matthew R. Tricorico Tuscarora Service Company LLC University Physicians Group PC

Jerry & Stella DeLuca Scholarship Jerry DeLuca

Anya Gabriela Kuppersmith Memorial Award Judith Kuppersmith

Soo K. Kim Scholarship Byung-Hoon Kim, MD and Sungnae Kim

Anita Conte Commencement Award Robert Langford Nan M. Sussman, PhD and Jerald Sussman

Lorraine & Gordan DiPaolo Scholarship in Management Rapid Lube of Connecticut, Inc.

Switzer Foundation Scholarship Switzer Foundation

Anthony Priolo Memorial Scholarship A&M Builders of NY Inc Ron Aldinger and Deanna Aldinger Diane P. Amodeo ‘91 Linda Antico Marcia Arnone Jane M. Bartels Charles J. Bock, Jr. Rocco E. Brienza Harold T. Broderick, Jr. ‘72 Christopher Campbell Peter Cardillo Theresa Cassano ‘08 Jack Dabdoub Diane P. D’allegro, MD Michael R. Daniels Louis Deangelis Margaret Dianora ‘84 Raymond P. Dunleavy and Mary M. Dunleavy Jennifer Farina Harriet Glazer and Marvin H. Glazer Christine Gregorio Janet Grillo Robert Gritz Virginia C. Hamilton and Robert J. Hamilton Evelyn M. Henry ‘72 Michele Imbornone Ladder 78 Engine 155 Commissary Tobias Lenza ‘03

Donald DiFranco Memorial Scholarship Angelina DiFranco

George Scarpelli and Connie Scarpelli Serenity Hair Studio Soundsation South Shore Country Club The Staaten Staten Island Chamber Music Players Staten Island Monuments Staten Island Yankees Superior Chocolate Symble Art Ten Toes of Staten Island LLC Thrifty Exterminating Time Warner Cable Town Sports International Vida Vintage Deli Water Falls Restaurant West Shore Inn Wild n Wooly George K. Wonica ‘73 and Valerie Wonica YMCA of Greater New York SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS Albert & Jean Roland Memorial Scholarship Jean G. Roland, ACSW Alumni Association Scholarship Fund Barbara A. Barone

Ely Stock Scholarship Donna Dimino ‘90 Evelyn Marshall Scholarship Evelyn Marshall Scholarship Association Florence Ucelli Scholarship Juliet Ucelli Harris Goldberg Commencement Award Joel J. Berger, PhD and Judith I. Berger ‘85 Harris Goldberg Memorial Scholarship Deirdre Armitage, PhD Joel J. Berger, PhD and Judith I. Berger ‘85

Joanne D’Amato Memorial Scholarship Frank D’Amato Michael R. Daniels Francine D’Amato Hatipoglu Donald Pelka and Edith Pelka John J. Marchi Environmental Science Scholarship John J. Dresser ‘93 Donna B. Gerstle and Michael Gerstle Dorothy A. Kenny Linda Ryan ‘76 Ann Torino and Louis Torino, Jr. Rose M. Volpe Louise Fontanarosa Memorial Scholarship James P. Padula Francine Raggi ‘85 Rhoda & Bernard Blau Commencement Award Rhoda Blau Samir A. Farag & Family Scholarship Samir A. Farag and Lisette Farag

The Brooklyn Home for Aged Men/Nancy K. Munson Scholarship Brooklyn Home For Aged Men Research Foundation of CUNY Warren Simmons Memorial Scholarship Warren Hales The College of Staten Island Foundation is grateful to the many donors listed on these pages who made contributions between July 1, 2008 and June 30, 2009. If we have inadvertently omitted or misspelled your name, please call the Office of Institutional Advancement at 718.982.2365 or email foundation@ mail.csi.cuny.edu so that we may update our records. Thank you for your support!

Hugh White Jr. Memorial Scholarship Krystle Barbieri Kenneth J. Coffin and Joann M. Coffin John Crivelli Maryann Meunier Fred Orvieto and Ann Orvieto Donna Orvieto Katherine Shorr Helen Szterenfeld and Marvin Szterenfeld

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Vullnet Kolari Alumni Association Highlight What is it that makes CSI alumni want to give back to their school? If you are Vullnet Kolari ’98, the memories of a dedicated faculty and a one-of-a-kind academic experience led him to return to campus as an active alumnus and as the newly elected President of the CSI Alumni Association. “I always wanted to be a lawyer,” says Kolari, and upon enter-

education not as preparing him for a specific career, but as an

ing CSI, he thought about pursuing political science and possibly

opportunity that would encourage him to hone skills that would

philosophy for his undergraduate degree. His faculty advisor was

benefit him in a variety of fields.

Anthony DeFazio Friends Of CSI Highlight Anthony DeFazio isn’t a graduate of CSI, but to hear the excitement in his voice when he speaks of the campus community, you would think he did spend time here as a student. Of course, he knows the College well because his children are graduates, but chances are he would have become involved with the Friends of CSI even if they hadn’t. Why? A lifelong Staten Islander, DeFazio is interested in helping the borough to become the best it can be. As a member of the Friends of CSI, he is doing just that. “We have two functions,” says DeFazio of the Friends of CSI

DeFazio’s commitment to the organization has not gone unno-

organization. “One is to make money for scholarships. The sec-

ticed. “Anthony DeFazio epitomizes what it means to be a friend,”

Dr. Michaela Richter, who told him that there just so happened to

“For me, it was definitely a rewarding experience just having

ond one is to get the word about the College to the community of

says Dr. Christine Cea, President of the Friends of CSI and a sci-

be a brand-new Bachelor’s degree program in Political Science

professors that absolutely cared about not only teaching, but cared

Staten Island.” He credits a friend with inviting him to become

entist at the New York State Institute for Basic Research. “His

and Philosophy. He immersed himself in the new program and

about the students,” he says of the CSI faculty. The “passion” his

a part of the organization, and he didn’t have to give the request

commitment to our school and to the Friends of CSI is evident in

supplemented his classroom education with an internship with the

professors had for teaching “was instrumental in helping me just

much thought. “What bigger thing on Staten Island [for which to

his work as Treasurer of our organization and in his promotion of

Parliamentarians for Global Action, as well as an internship in

develop as a human being.”

volunteer one’s time] than the College of Staten Island?” he says.

the College in the Staten Island community.”

Washington at the Voice of America, for which Kolari was cho-

Whether to remain an active member of the CSI community

DeFazio’s philosophy is shared by the other members of the

In DeFazio’s opinion, working to promote the College and raise

sen as part of the highly competitive CUNY Internship Program,

was never a question for Kolari. He volunteered for five years on

Friends of CSI who, like DeFazio, believe that the College has

funds is something that just makes sense. “CSI is the prime educa-

which selects only a handful of students CUNY-wide for summer

the Board of the Alumni Association and now looks forward to

a wealth of opportunities for both students and the greater com-

tional entity for Staten Island,” DeFazio says, noting that as a pub-

positions in the nation’s capital.

serving in his new capacity as President. The organization main-

munity. The organization dedicates itself to upholding the mission

lic institution, it offers a wide spectrum of programs and degrees

of the College, as well as creating opportunities for the greater

ranging from associate degrees all the way up through doctoral

Staten Island community to become involved with the educational

degrees. He explains that CSI has a high concentration of Staten

and cultural offerings on campus.

Islanders, and DeFazio feels that this is one of the main reasons

After graduating from CSI, Kolari went on to earn his JD and

tains a full calendar of on- and off-campus events that help cel-

International Law Certificate from Pace University in 2001. His

ebrate the lives, friendships, and careers that have been cultivated

path after law school, however, led him not toward a career at

by CSI. One of the most notable events—and one of which Kolari

a law firm, but one in insurance claims. He worked in claims at

was a great supporter—was the Alumni Hall of Fame Induction

CNA and AIG at the start of his career and more recently as claims

Ceremony that honored the 27 alumni who were lost on Septem-

counsel at Zurich American Insurance Company. He is currently

ber 11.

Fundraising is a major component of the Friends of CSI, and the group organizes various on-campus events that invite donors and

“You’re investing your money in the present Staten Islanders

friends to participate. In March, the Friends of CSI welcomed the

and how they will affect the future of Staten Island,” he says.

famous ‘60s pop singer Lesley Gore to campus, where she gave a

Thanks to the work of the Friends of CSI, the College and the

concert followed by an intimate champagne and wine reception.

greater Staten Island community can look forward to a great

Another opportunity is the Sunday Literary Brunch, which honors

future.

a Senior Claims Specialist at Freedom Specialty, a Nationwide

Kolari’s goal as President is one that is shared by other CSI

company. It’s a job that makes excellent use of his legal training,

graduates: to enhance the visibility of the Alumni Association in

as much of his caseload requires an attorney’s knowledge and ad-

the Staten Island community. By coming together with his fellow

vice, but one that he admits he didn’t actually anticipate during his

alumni, Kolari not only cherishes his own positive experience as

a recently published author and invites the public for a book sign-

days at CSI. He credits his faculty mentors, including Dr. Richter

a student at CSI, but he also enriches the spirit of the community

ing. The Friends of CSI will also play an active part in the newly

and Dr. Daniel Kramer, for encouraging him to see his college

that welcomes new students to campus each semester.

established annual fundraising gala.

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donors are drawn to contribute to CSI.

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Financial Statement

THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK BOARD OF TRUSTEES

College Of Staten Island/CUNY

Figures are based on fiscal years beginning July 1st and ending June 30th 2006-2007 State Operating Budget*

$71,644,500

2007-2008

2008-2009

$73,173,200

$82,421,300

CSI Foundation, Inc. $1,567,000

Amount raised Total liabilities and net assets at June 30

$4,146,741

$1,412,030

$1,380,839

$3,555,254

$4,038,442

CSI Scholarships and Awards** $4,739,576

Total scholarship and award assets

$226,423

Scholarships awarded Building Program Support***

$3,833,199

$4,171,515

$225,940

$231,484

$847,032

$1,134,524

$922,293

Faculty Grants and Contracts (Includes federal, state, city, and CUNY)

$8.9Million

$11.4Million

$9.8Million

*Does not include fringe benefit costs, utilities, or capital expenditures. **Includes scholarships held by CSI Foundation and College of Staten Island Fund, which were raised prior to 1995 and are stewarded by the CSI Business Office. ***Gifts support CSI Programs including Non-profit Internship Stipends, Undergraduate Research Stipends, the CSI Library, and Athletics.

By Gender Female……………......60.1% Male………………......39.9%

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By Ethnicity American Indian/ Native Alaskan……...….0.1% Asian/Pacific Islander...10.5% Black, non-Hispanic….11.5% Hispanic…………....…14.1% White, non-Hispanic….63.8%

President Robert S. Cutrona, Sr. President Project-One Services, Inc. Vice President Christine D. Cea, PhD ’88 Applied Research Scientist NYS Institute for Basic Research Secretary Samir Farag President Worldwide Electronic Corp. Treasurer Richard Prinzi, Jr., CPA ‘93 Partner Prinzi & Tapinis, LLC John W. Alexander Chairman and CEO Northfield Bank Marilyn Caselli Senior Vice President Customer Operations Consolidated Edison of NY Robert A. Catalano Director of Sales and Marketing Revelation Software

Joseph A. Franzese ‘88 Chief Financial Officer Bank of Ireland/ U.S. Representative Office

Tuition Per Semester Undergraduate Full-time……….…… $2,300 Graduate Full-time……….…… $3,680 By Attendance Full-time……….……. 66.3% Part-time……….……. 33.7%

By Age Under 20……….……. 34.7% 20 to 24………….…... 38.2% 25 to 29…………...…... 9.8% 30 to 39……………...... 8.1% 40 and Above................. 9.1%

William J. Fritz, PhD Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Milton Santiago Vice President for Finance and Administration Jerald Jones-Woolfolk, PhD Vice President for Student Affairs Barbara R. Eshoo Vice President for Institutional Advancement Executive Director, CSI Foundation Michael Kress, PhD Vice President for Technology Systems Ann Lubrano, PhD Deputy to the President and Chief of Staff

CSI FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Norma D’Arrigo Community Activist

CSI At A Glance Fall 2008 Enrollment Undergraduate …….....12,183 Graduate……………........909

Benno C. Schmidt, Jr. Chairman, JD Valerie Lancaster Beal Philip Alfonso Berry Wellington Z. Chen Rita DiMartino Frieda D. Foster-Talbot Joseph J. Lhota Hugo M. Morales, MD Peter S. Pantaleo, JD Kathleen M. Pesile Carol A. Robles Román, JD Marc V. Shaw Charles A. Shorter Sam A. Sutton Jeffrey S. Wiesenfeld Simone Lamont, ex-officio Manfred Phillipp, PhD, ex-officio

CSI PRESIDENT’S CABINET

Stanley M. Friedman Vice President, Government and Community Affairs Elauwit, LLC Brian Laline Editor Staten Island Advance John Mazza President Adak Contractors & Consultants, Inc. Patrick McDermott President McDermott and Thomas Associates

Carmine A. Morano Health Care Executive Dolores N. Morris Vice President HBO Family Richard Nicotra Chairman and CEO The Nicotra Group Joseph Rende Vice President National Grid Joseph M. Ricciutti ’94 President Staten Island Yankees Edgar Rios, Esq. Managing Partner Wenzi Capital Partners Peter Salvatore Retired Managing Director Spear, Leeds, and Kellogg Bruno J. Savo Vice President Savo Brothers, Inc. Thomas Scarangello General Manager Scaran Sally W. Williams Retired Federal Government Executive Tomás Morales, PhD, ex-officio President College of Staten Island Barbara R. Eshoo, ex-officio Executive Director CSI Foundation Erika E. Hellstrom, ex-officio Associate Executive Director CSI Foundation Roberta B. Vogel, PhD, ex-officio CSI Faculty

President Tomás D. Morales, PhD CSI Foundation Board President Robert S. Cutrona, Sr. Vice President for Institutional Advancement Executive Director, CSI Foundation Barbara R. Eshoo Director of Development Associate Executive Director, CSI Foundation Erika E. Hellstrom CSI Foundation Coordinator Lisa Pipitone Development Assistant Francisco M. Collado ‘09 Contributing Writers Terry Mares, Kenneth Bach, Erika Hellstrom, Francisco Collado ‘09, Elizabeth Murphy ‘09, Barbara Bellesi Contributing Photographers William Higgins ’76, Veronica Carle, Kenneth Bach, Francisco Collado ‘09 www.csialumniatlarge.org Check out our alumni Website for information on upcoming events and alumni news. Post a message or create a class profile on CSI’s new social networking site. www.csi.bncollege.com Show your CSI pride by ordering your College shirts, hats, and more at the CSI online bookstore! www.csitoday.net Stay up-to-date on all of CSI’s events, activities, photos, videos, and much more. www.csi.cuny.edu CSI Foundation 2800 Victory Boulevard, 1A-401 Staten Island, NY 10314 718.982.2365 foundation@mail.csi.cuny.edu

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