After graduating from CUNY BA, Daniel Kennedy, a Fulbright finalist, was accepted to Clare College of Cambridge University for an M.Phil. degree in Arts, Culture and Education on a scholarship fully funded by The Cambridge Commonwealth Trust and the Cambridge Overseas Trust.
Yuki Azuchi’s experience as an immigrant and a woman in New York City led her to design her own study of the Asian and Asian American experience.
“I was ecstatic when I found CUNY BA, as it allowed me to pursue my passion for art and psychology without the boundaries of the traditional college experience. I am so grateful for the opportunities CUNY BA has provided.”
Guided by his faculty mentor, Professor Reiner Leist from the Hunter College Art Department, Piotr Hreska developed an Area of Concentration in “Photography and Writing,” merging the visual language of images with courses focusing on writing skills.
Aneta Bujno was able to pursue her varied interests in religion, environmental activism, social change, art and human development through her CUNY BA degree.
Sally Abdelghafar took a highly interdisciplinary approach to her study of global social justice. Her next step? The New York Teaching Fellowship and graduate school.
Sabina Ibarrola completed a self-designed major that blended contemporary dance and gender studies, under the guidance of Prof. Maura Donohue, Dance, Hunter College. She was a Watson Public Policy Fellow.
Michael Allamby has studied economics and accounting but he is much more than just a numbers guy.
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“CUNY BA makes interdisciplinarity, a raging trend in the upper echelons of academia, easily accessible to undergraduates.”
Cheryl Mazzeo hopes to study the relationship between signal transduction, tumor growth and other cellular processes when she enters Einstein as a Ph.D. student in the Biomedical Sciences program in fall 2012, where she has been awarded a substantial scholarship package.
“I plan to use the knowledge I gain in the classroom to understand the complex situation that has formed in Eastern Europe since the collapse of the Soviet Union, and to help search for solutions.”
Robert Riggs and his mentor, Prof. Curtis, Anthropology, John Jay have co-authored several journal articles and technical reports. Riggs has been accepted as a McCracken Fellow at NYU for the Ph.D. in Sociology.
“It is my obligation to understand the sociological issues that impact and are affected by housing, namely, poverty, racism and segregation, classism and capitalism, chronic physical and mental illness, and ex-offender re-integration.”
Ray Tebout has achieved his academic goals and has landed just the right job — Director of Counseling and Mentoring at the College Initiative.