Please join me in congratulating the following EOF scholars, graduates, and staff from the: liberal arts colleges, Douglass Residential College (DRC), Mason Gross School of the Arts (MGSA), School of Arts and Sciences (SAS), Rutgers Business School (RBS), the School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR), and Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy (EJBSPPP), on their special accomplishments inside and outside of the classroom. 

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The SAS EOF Program is featured in the SAS News Digest:

349 students (32.3%) made their School's Fall 2023 Dean’s List

206 SAS EOF Scholars were honored at the 2023 Office of the Secretary of Higher Education in New Jersey Graduate Award Ceremony. 106 were honored for earning cumulative grade point averages of 3.2-3.49 and 100 were honored for earning cumulative grade point averages above a 3.5.

Shirmean Begum, BPS, PharmD., SAS ’17 is a pharmacist at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.

Franchesca Cifeuntes, MA, MBA, DC ’07 earned her MBA from Penn State Smeal College of Business.

Nicolette Brito-Cruz (DRC) is this year’s recipient of the C. Maxene Vaughters-Summey Prize, named in honor of the inaugural EOF Director of the Douglass College EOF Program.

Victor Familia SAS ’23 is the Coordinator of Global Events-Ticketing Operations for Major League Baseball. Mr. Familia is pursuing a master’s degree in Global Sports Business at Rutgers University.

Christopher Herasme RBS ’19 is an Accounting Associate at Societe Generale-Corporate and Investment Banking.

Simone Mack-Bright, MA, RC ’96 is a Class of 2024 Rutgers Alumni Association’s Loyal Daughter.

Suleica Randall, JD, SAS ’14 is a Senior Specialist, Data Privacy and Compliance at Brother USA.