Jeremy has been accepted to The Washington Center for Summer Term - 2012 . He will be participating in the Advocacy-Service-Arts program. Jeremy has also been awarded a study abroad scholarship from the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program for the 2012 Fall Term.
Anna Maria Alfonso
Anna received 2 competitive national study abroad scholarships last year: the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship as well as the Freeman-ASIA study abroad scholarship. Additionally, she was selected to participate in the Fulbright-Hays GPA program through Bard College during the summer of 2011. It was a seven week intensive language program at Qingdao University in Qingdao, China with research practicum. Her work focused on the realities of factory women in the region.
She also spent last fall as an exchange student at Nanjing University in Nanjing, China.
Kathleen Brousseau '13 (Art History), along with nine other SUNY New Paltz students, was accepted to present her faculty-mentored research at the National Conference of Undergraduate Research held at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in April 2013. NCUR is very competitive in their selection but this year, SUNY New Paltz had a 100% acceptance rate of students. Kathleen will be presenting on Gothic Collegiate Architecture, focusing on architects Ralph Adams Cram and Eero Saarinen. Her faculty mentor is Art History professor Kerry Dean Carso.
Kathleen was accepted into the Graduate program at Syracuse University.
Ariana has received a summer internship with Congresswoman Lowey's office.
Kyle has received the RSCA (Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities) and David Lavalle travel grants to present his thesis at a theatre conference. This summer he will be interning at Yale as a resident advisor. And in the fall he will be attending Bowling Green State University for graduate school to pursue his masters in College Student Personnel.
Kimberly has been accepted into the University of Hudderfield study abroad program.
Ricardo is a current research assistant at the Center for Research, Regional Education and Outreach under Dr. Gerald Benjamin, distinguished Professor of Political Science. He is the winner of the 2011-2012 Cetrino Scholarship, paying full expenses for the academic year. Ricardo is also the Editor-in-Chief of Avant-Garde Magazine, the first women's magazine on the State University of New York at New Paltz campus.
Psychology/EvoS/Honors/Theatre/Anthro student Laura Johnsen has just been accepted to the Anthro PhD program at Binghamton with a FULL tuition remission and a sizable stipend!
Michael has received an internship at King Industries which is a Chemical Engineering Firm in Norwalk, CT. He will be working in the Research and Development department under a qualified chemical engineer assisting him or her in the testing of the chemicals they synthesize. He will also be participating in the scaling up of smaller chemical reactions.
Shanshe is a member of the Men's Soccer Team.
Shuping has received an internship through Geneseo Office of International Program, The Washington Center - Integrated Science and Policy Intership. The Washington Center offers a residential program in Washington, DC that includes an internship placement, an academic course taught in the evening, and a leadership forum including a lecture series, public policy dialogues on Capitol Hill, small group meetings, civic engagement opportunities and career development activities. Internship placements can be in government agencies, corporations, or non-profit organizations, such as the Department of Energy, the National Institutes of Health or the Smithsonian Institution.
Kate was accepted to study abroad this summer at Middlesex University in Great Britain.
Amy has studied abroad at Besancon France in Spring 2010. She will be student teaching in Queensland, Australia in Fall 2012. She also runs the after school program at Bright Beginnings Preschool for elementary students.
After college Kristofer will be moving to Boston for an americorp program and he was just awarded the SUNY Chancellors Award.
Alexandra has received the Gertrude M. Elliott Scholarship (renewable for the next two years).
Marissa has received the Chancellor's Award.
Miriam Ward has been awarded the 2013-2014 Richard Eaton Foundation Scholarship from the Broadcast Education Association. The Broadcast Education Association (BEA) is the professional association for professors, industry professionals and graduate students interested in teaching and research related to electronic media and multimedia enterprises. There are currently more than 2,500 individual and institutional members worldwide. BEA scholarships are awarded to outstanding students for study on campuses that are institutional members of the organization. The Broadcast Education Association awarded nine national scholarships for the 2013-2014 year.
Brianna was recently admitted to both NYU and the Greater Rochester Collaborative Masters of Social Work programs for Fall 2012 with plans to enroll in the GRC MSW program in Fall 2013 after deferring for a year. She also was recently nominated as one of four Department of Sociology "Outstanding Graduates," pending administration approval.
Elizabeth will be spending the Fall 2012 semester interning in Washington, D.C. through The College at Brockport Washington Program.