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April 16, 2007

Farmingdale State Students Awarded Scholarships

On March 21, 2007 The Farmingdale Foundation and Alumni Association Student Scholarship Reception was held in Roosevelt Hall's Multi-Purpose Room at Farmingdale State College. Over $84,000 worth of scholarship money was awarded to 57 students at the reception. Farmingdale State President Dr. W. Hubert Keen was pleased to announce that outstanding students from various disciplines were awarded the Presidential Scholarship. The Presidential Scholarships are awards funded through a payroll deduction option that Farmingdale State faculty and staff members choose to join.

This year's recipients were:

  • Salvatore Ascione, Ornamental Horticulture-Landscape Development, Bayside
  • Dave Brown, Computer Engineering Technology
  • Christopher Byron, Management of Technology, Lindenhurst
  • Steven Campbell, Management of Technology, Massapequa
  • Pasquale Cioffi, Computer Programming & Information Systems, Brooklyn
  • Andrew Glaser, Architectural Technology, Lindenhurst
  • Kasey Jonathan Homer, Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement, Bellmore
  • Nicole Hubiak, Nursing, Massapequa Park
  • Elena Ning Hui Lee, Visual Communications,
  • Dominick Lollo, Automotive Engineering Technology,
  • Alyssah Mohammed, Dental Hygiene, Elmont
  • Kaitlin Mooney, Bioscience, Bayport
  • Rodrigo Osorio, Aeronautical Science-Professional Pilot, Astoria
  • Sean Roubal, Architectural Technology, Levittown
  • Matthew Schlameuss, Management of Technology, Massapequa Park
  • Justin Sit, Automotive Engineering Technology, Brooklyn
  • Shannon Sprague, Health Studies,
  • Kayla Tedesco, Visual Communications, Massapequa Park
  • Alexander Weber, Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement, West Islip

The Farmingdale College Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation that provides financial assistance in advancing the purposes and development of the College. The Foundation provides scholarships, faculty development grants, and support of programs and projects that are not funded by the State budget. The Alumni Association is a not-for-profit corporation which provides a positive link between graduates and the College.