Awards

The Monterosso Scholarship

ATTENTION: SOPHOMORES & JUNIORS

Wagner College is conducting a competition to award the Monterosso Scholarship. The Scholarship, a $5,000 award, will be presented to a Wagner student with junior or senior standing in the 2011-2012 academic year who has an interest in a career in public service. Sophomore students should apply to receive scholarship funding for their junior year and junior students should apply to receive the scholarship funding for their senior year. Students who received the Monterosso scholarship funding for their junior year may reapply for their senior year.

The award is in memory of the Honorable Vincent J. Monterosso, Class of 1963, who died in 2003. Mr. Monterosso dedicated his life to public service and this scholarship is intended for students who share in Mr. Monterosso’s commitment to the public good.

Interested students should submit:
· two letters of recommendation
· an essay (1500-2000 words) relating to their involvement in and commitment to some aspect of public service or public policy, and their career goals/aspirations (note: this should not be a research paper)
· their resume
DEADLINE TBA

The Monterosso Scholarship
The Center for Academic and Career Development
3rd floor, Union Building
For questions, contact Professor Pat Tooker; Dr. Patricia Moynagh, Government & Politics; or Dr. Alison Smith, History

 

Phyllis Andors Award for History

The Phyllis Andors Award for History is presented in honor of the late chair of the history and political science department; this award is presented to an outstanding student majoring in History.

Noor Hussain 2012

Kellyann Lynagh 2011

Laura Bellotti 2010

 

Verrazano Memorial Prize

The Verrazano Memorial Prize, donated by the Verrazano Memorial Committee, is presented to an academically outstanding History major.

Lacey Flint & Patrick Flanagan 2012

Anthony Cipriano 2011

Cassandra Brewer 2010

 

Christian P. Holmstrup History Award

The Christian P. Holmstrup History Award, funded by Dorothee Holmstrup in memory of her husband, the late Christian P. Holmstrup, Class of 1939, is presented to the student with the highest grade point average in history.

Giovanna Colasanto 2012

Laura Bellotti 2011

Nicole Mahoney 2010