Macaulay Opportunities Gala

Dean Mary C. Pearl and the Macaulay Foundation Board invite you to an evening of inspiring stories, amazing performances, and the chance to create new opportunities together for our students.

Monday, 16 April 2018

PROGRAM: 6:00 pm – Cocktail Reception
7:00 pm – Dinner Program
9:30 pm – Program Concludes
Location: Bohemian National Hall
321 East 73rd Street
New York, NY 10021
Entertainment: Deewane, Macaulay’s Bollywood hip-hop dance ensemble
The Macaulay Triplets, a cappella performance group
Attire: Festive Cocktail Attire
Master of Ceremonies: Colby Minifie
Auctioneer: Lucas Hunt

Bids will be accepted for 4 exclusive experiences:

  • 4 tickets to see the New York Islanders and ride the famed Zamboni
  • Mentoring lunch for you and a colleague with social entrepreneur, philanthropist, and highly-regarded New York businesswoman Marcy Syms
  • Dinner for four with General (Ret) David Petraeus, Visiting Professor of Public Policy at Macaulay Honors College 2013-2016, at the historic Metropolitan Club
  • Behind-the-scenes tour of the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History with astrophysicist Dr. Charles Liu for you and 3 others.
For Additional Information: Janet Fu, Assistant Director of Strategic Events
(212) 729-2910
janet.fu@mhc.cuny.edu

OPPORTUNITIES GALA SPONSOR
Goldman Sachs

HONORARY BENEFIT COMMITTEE
David Coulter
Matthew Goldstein
Ann M. Limberg
William E. Macaulay
Anthony E. Meyer

Adeola Akinrinade, ‘05
Leon Baburov ’13 and Sandra Sher ‘13
Thomas Brigandi, ‘12
Jason Cohen, ‘07
Jennifer Cohen
Yosef Ibrahimi, ‘05
Regan McCarthy
Ryan Meltzer, ‘07
Mary Pat Ryan
Anita Sonawane, ‘11
Angela Torrenti, P ‘20

About Macaulay Honors College

Ranked as one of the top ten honors colleges in the nation, Macaulay provides exceptional students with a rigorous education drawing on the vast academic resources of the nation’s largest urban university and the rich cultural diversity of New York City. Our students represent the top 4% of the 13,000+ incoming freshmen on eight CUNY campuses, including Baruch, Brooklyn, City, Hunter, John Jay, Lehman, and Queens Colleges, and the College of Staten Island.

With close guidance from a team of dedicated advisors, Macaulay students design a highly personalized academic program with access to classes in more than 400 majors across the CUNY system. All Macaulay students must either study abroad, participate in an approved internship, or conduct independent research. Underwritten entirely by private philanthropy, Opportunities Funds support these activities by providing students with dedicated travel and fellowship funds. In addition, Macaulay students who are residents of New York State receive a full-tuition merit scholarship.

 

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Thanks to underwriting from our foundation board, 100% of all revenues will directly support student fellowships for research, study abroad, and internships.