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Congratulations to the 2021-2022 Office of Student Engagement Scholarship Recipients!

Contributed by Jess Shapiro on 04/29/21 

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The Office of Student Engagement staff are happy to recognize students at Ithaca College who excel in the areas of leadership, service, involvement in the life of our campus, and academic success. We are pleased to highlight outstanding students and to recognize the good work they have done to make Ithaca College a community that thrives, and one that so many of us are proud to call home.  Please congratulate the following students who are recipients of one or more Office of Student Engagement Scholarships for next academic year!

  • Kathryn Andersen, Class of 2022
  • Danielle Castellano, Class of 2022
  • Cara Cirino, Class of 2022
  • Julia Dath, Class of 2022
  • Taylor DeMarco, Class of 2022
  • Alexandra De Sousa, Class of 2023
  • Lindsay Grubb, Class of 2022
  • Leticia Guibunda, Class of 2022
  • Madison Kramer, Class of 2024
  • Michal Lullo, Class of 2022
  • Grace Madeya, Class of 2023
  • Abby McGuire, Class of 2023
  • Erin Pedersen, Class of 2022
  • Sheila Wallis, Class of 2023
  • Connor Watson, Class of 2023
  • Aliana Zabel, Class of 2023

Congratulations to all these scholarship recipients!  You can view more about the scholarships and winners on our website.

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