Student Honors & Scholarships

Sigma Pi Sigma Honor Society

The following students have been inducted to the Sigma Pi Sigma Honor Society:

2011-2012 Inductees

Morgan Ennis

Grant Sendlewski

Eric Simmons

Josiah Zulkosky

2010-2011 Inductees

Anthony Di Pietro

Michael Eramo

Jonathan Levine

Joseph Lewkowicz

2009-2010 Inductees

James Benway

Paul Tom

Scott Suriano

2008-2009 Inductees

Peter Anderson

Joe Belarge

Luke D'Imperio

Timothy Kelley

Amanda Madden

Ashley Renko

Rebecca Shea

2007-2008 Inductees

Steven Bayne

Paige Harris

Joshua Hewlett

2006-2007 Inductees

Michael Bartels

Robert Barton

Andrew Greene

2005-2006 Inductees

Patrick Cole

Corey Lemley

Graham Ostrander

Tom Ross

2004-2005 Inductees

John Collins

Tom Davis

Joel Peterson

2003-2004 Inductees

Kyle Haupfleisch

Shaun Hurley

Jacob Masker

Sean Timmons

Dustin Winn

2002-2003 Inductees

Karen Norton

Steven Stewart

Joshua Vanderpol

2001-2002 Inductees

Michael Cornell

Chung Wong

Scholarships

Douglas and Dorothy Scott Fielder Scholarship

Congratulations to Kimberly Cushman '17, the first recipient, in 2014-2015.

Michael P. Merilan Scholarship

The Michael P. Merilan Scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Michael Merilan, the long-time Dean of the Division of Arts and Sciences and college astronomer. In his 25 years of service to SUNY Oneonta, Dr. Merilan was tireless in his efforts to share his love of astronomy with members of the college and local communities. This scholarship is awarded to a junior or senior astronomy student with an exceptional record of academic and scholarly work. Contact Dr. Joshua Nollenberg for more information.

Congratulations to Michael P. Merilan Scholarship winners:

  • Raymond Hartman (inaugural recipient, 2013-2014)
  • Katherine Carpenter (2014-2015)
  • Science Discovery Center Scholarship

    The A.J. Read Science Discovery Center (SDC) is a hands-on physical science museum located on the first floor of the Physical Science Building. The founding director, Albert Read, opened the SDC in 1990 and worked with his family and the college to establish an endowment to support the SDC. The endowment provides two scholarships for students in science education who show a strong affinity for encouraging creative hands-on exploration in their teaching. Contact Dr. Paul French for more information.

  • Wang Scholarship

    Established in honor of Dr. Charles T. P. Wang's memory, this scholarship is awarded to a freshman physics major whose first-semester academic work shows exceptional promise. Additional awards are given to upperclassmen based on exceptional academic and scholarly work. Contact Dr. Michael Faux for more information. The following students received the Dr. Charles T. P. Wang Scholarship in recognition of academic excellence in physics.

2014-2015

Andrew Schlottman

Timothy Kilmer

Cheuk Hei Lee

Christopher Nistico

2013-2014

Timothy Kilmer

Christopher Nistico

Raymond Hartmann

Joseph Ivanov

2012-2013

Amanda Peloso

Raymond Hartmann

Anthony Di Pietro

2011-2012

Anthony Di Pietro

Michael Eramo

Jonathan Levine

Morgan Ennis

2010-2011

Michael Salerno

Scott Suriano

Luke D' Imperio

2009-2010

Scott Suriano

Peter Anderson

Amanda Madden

2008-2009

Amanda Madden

Joshua Hewlett

Paige Harris

2007-2008

Michael Bartels

Steven Bayne

Graham Ostrander

2007-2008

Patrick Cole

Corey Lemley

Graham Ostrander

Tom Ross

2006-2007

Robert Barton

Peter Hoffman

2005-2006

Kyle Haupfleisch

Joel Peterson

2004-2005

Patrick Cole

Peter Hoffmann

Patrick Brosnan

Sarah Gilbert

Kar Him Chiu

John Collins

2003-2004

Julie Arrighi

David Kelly

2002-2003

Karen Norton

Sean Timmons

Kyle Hauptfleisch

Sabrina Santangelo

2001-2002

Vance Yakubec

Rachel Sardo

Michael Cornell

Chung Wong

Steven Stewart

2000-2001

Christopher Boyd

Richard Gray

Jason Blydenburgh

Michael Cornell

Dr. Sam Molnar Award

Kyle Hauptfleisch received the Dr. Sam Molnar Award, which is the highest academic award that can be given to a male athlete in the SUNYAC. It is presented annually to a junior or senior athlete with the best combination of academic and athletic ability.

Research and Internship Opportunities

Other opportunities exist for students to assist in campus laboratory and/or research activities if their interests coincide with current faculty efforts. Some of our students have also obtained prestigious summer internships at other universities and at national labs to further enhance their undergraduate preparations.

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