Macaulay Honors College Announces 2010 Chancellor’s Awards

May 18, 2010 | Macaulay Honors College

The 2010 Chancellor’s Awards for Academic Excellence have been announced by Sylvia Tomasch, PhD, Associate University Dean of Academic Affairs for Macaulay Honors College. The Chancellor’s Awards are awarded to each junior in the Macaulay Honors College at CUNY who has earned a cumulative grade point average of 3.9 by the end of the fall term of the junior year.

The Chancellor’s Award for Academic Excellence recipients at Brooklyn College (with majors in parentheses) are: Ilya Ryvin (History), Rachel Bass (Accounting), Majid Sahin (Chemistry, Physics), Jonathan Lin (Sociology), Zujaja Tauqeer (History), Susan Chen (Art, Psychology), Bailey Lustig (Business, Management And Finance), Ling Cheung (Anthropology), Emily Lin (Art, Political Science), Miriam Harari (English), Christina Squitieri (Creative Writing, Political Science), Amena Bhutta (Psychology), Abraham Rudy (Accounting, Business, Management And Finance), Adiba Ishak (Chemistry, Computer And Information Science), Diana Haddad (Psychology), Michael Podolsky (Business, Management And Finance), Ankuri Desai (Biology, Psychology).

The Chancellor’s Award for Academic Excellence recipients at Baruch College (with majors in parentheses) are: Leonel Arias (Finance), Manjinder Singh (Marketing Management), Mohammad Islam (Accountancy), Yuliya Shaova (Finance), Alice Moy (Finance), Noorulain Siddiqui (Accountancy), Jessica Lee (Marketing Management), Angelo Bucolo (Finance), Hao Jin (Accountancy), Dmitry Kucher (Finance), Diana Yan (Accountancy), Galina Aynbund (Accountancy), Wendy Huang (Finance), Steven Chang (Actuarial Science), Lyudmila Bangiyeva (Finance), Rachel Vincent (Liberal Arts – Ad Hoc).

The Chancellor’s Award for Academic Excellence recipients at City College (with majors in parentheses) are: Norma Perez-Hernandez (English), Samema Sarowar (Chemistry, Political Science), Akshai Sarma (Computer Engineering), John Ettikkalayil (Biomedical Engineering), David Liu (Chemical Engineering), Priya Puliyampet (Psychology), Barbara Beacom (Chemistry), Stephen Ma (Chemical Engineering), Zoe Spanos (Biology).

The Chancellor’s Award for Academic Excellence recipients at Hunter College (with majors in parentheses) are: Mariana Weisler (Music), Jared Greenfield (Political Science, Special Honors Program), Pooja Shah (Psychology), Rusmat Priyam (Biological Sciences Major I), Alyssa Arroyo (Theatre), Boris Fligelman (Chemistry Major Ii, Political Science), Simone Caccamo (Philosophy), Kristan Melo (English Literature, Psychology), Christina Marinelli (Archeology), Sara Zweig (English Literature, French), Edvard Skripochnik (Psychology), Carol Braha (Childhood Ed, Grades 1-6 – Quest, English Language Arts), Tracy Neiman (Media Studies, Special Honors Program), Catherine Vuong (Biological Sciences Major I), Marcus Ng (Biological Sciences Major I), Jessica Pham (Childhood Ed, Grades 1-6 – Quest, English Language Arts), Sabrina Fong (Political Science), Justina Lekhraj (Chemistry Major Ii, History), Nushin Khan (Biological Sciences Major I), Kimberly Happich (Psychology).

The Chancellor’s Award for Academic Excellence recipients at Lehman College (with majors in parentheses) are: Tihela Feit (Art History, English), Christina Dumitrescu, Annie Tran (Psychology), Angela Ho (History).

The Chancellor’s Award for Academic Excellence recipients at Queens College (with majors in parentheses) are: Janet Kljyan (Economics, Urban Studies), John Restrepo (Spanish), Seungyun Rhee (Psychology), Jennifer Polish (Biology, History), Anita Sonawane (Economics), Kimberly Seiler (Psychology, Urban Studies), Melissa Kashizadeh (Accounting), Maha Akhtar (Graphic Design), Angelie Thomas (Graphic Design), Anam Ahmed (Chemistry), Chelsea Palladino (Psychology), Ioana Oniceag (History), Erika Rogawski (Communication Sci & Disorders), Abigail Hoffman (Studio Art), Kamran Mumtaz (Economics, Mathematics), Leora Horowitz (English), Marya Tambawala (Media Studies)

The Chancellor’s Award for Academic Excellence recipients at the College of Staten Island (with majors in parentheses) are: Jenna Calderon (Music), Regina Miller (Biology), Ilyssa Silfen (English), Brian Kateman (Biology).

Macaulay Honors College at The City University of New York offers an exceptional academic and co-curricular environment for the best and brightest students, who come from all parts of New York and around the world. Macaulay students enroll in one of seven CUNY senior colleges (Baruch, Brooklyn, City, Hunter, Lehman, Queens and Staten Island). Through the unique Macaulay advising program each student develops a coordinated, individualized academic program that includes research, global learning, graduate and professional mentoring, community engagement, and close faculty-student collaboration. Selected for their top high school records and leadership potential, every Macaulay student receives a full-tuition scholarship, a laptop and technology support, a $7,500 study grant to pursue global learning and service opportunities, and a Cultural Passport that provides access to more than 200 museums, libraries, and other treasures around New York City. With the admission of the Class of 2014, Macaulay marks the beginning of its tenth year. For more information about Macaulay Honors College, see macaulay.cuny.edu.