04/13/2018

College News, Student and Alumni News

 

STUDENT AWARDS

Thamara Jean, above, ’18 (Hunter) won a Rhodes Scholarship. READ

CUNY has announced that four of the eight recipients of the Jonas E. Salk Scholarships for the study of medicine and biomedical sciences are Macaulay students. The award provides $8,000 to each student to defray the cost of their medical and graduate research studies.

Lisset A. Duran ’18 (John Jay) will go to Princeton
Anan Kazi ’18 (City) will go to SUNY Downstate College of Medicine
Daniela Mikhaylov ’17 (Hunter) will go to Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Lily Lee ‘18 (Brooklyn) will go to SUNY Downstate College of Medicine

Karishma Malhotra (Baruch), Isabel Gouse (Hunter), and Melissa Lent (Hunter), all class of 2020, won Jeannette K. Watson Fellowships. READ

Claire Lynch (City), Victoria DiTomasso (Hunter), Michael Mazzeo (Hunter), and Marielle Ray (Hunter), all class of 2018, have received  Fulbright English Teaching grants.

Janice Lee’18 (Baruch) won a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.

 

ALUMNI AWARDS

Tamar Lichter ’17 (Queens) has won a National Science Foundation Award in algebra, number theory and combinatorics; she received an NSF honorable mention in 2017 and is also the winner of a 2016 federal Goldwater Scholarship.

Allegra N. DePasquale has won a NSF Honorable Mention in biological anthropology.

Matthew LoCastro ’17 (Hunter) won a Luce Scholarship for Economic Development and Infrastructure

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