New scholarships provide invaluable support for students
Donors are making important investments in our high-quality students by establishing scholarships. Here are just a few examples:
● Eve and Jeffrey Tucker Presidential Scholarship, established by Jeffrey S. Tucker ’84, and his wife, Eve B. Tucker ’85, for students in the Binghamton University Scholars Program. The program recruits and retains freshmen who are among the top 2 percent of Binghamton applicants.
● Richard S. Sarumi Memorial Scholarship, established by Sola Sarumi and his daughter, Lisa Lewis, in memory of Lewis’ brother and Sola Sarumi’s son for students in the Binghamton University Gospel Choir. Although Richard Sarumi did not complete his studies at Binghamton, the family established the scholarship because he had such a positive experience during his two semesters on campus.
● Elizabeth “Lisa” Reese Scholarship, funded in large part by David G. Reese in memory of his wife, with the support of her former students. Lisa Reese was a nurse practitioner in private practice in Susquehanna Valley and a faculty member in the Decker School of Nursing. She is celebrated for her commitment to the profession of nursing and her enthusiasm for patient care.
● Anthony ’94 and Jennifer Nappo Management Scholarship, established by alumnus Anthony Nappo and his wife, Jennifer. The scholarship supports incoming School of Management freshmen in the top 10 percent of their graduating high school class.