Monday, April 29, 2013
The College of Mount Saint Vincent organizes the annual Scholarship Tribute Dinner
to unite leaders in business, government, and other industries
to raise scholarship funds for students of extraordinary ability but limited means.
Last year, the College raised a record of more than $700,000
in scholarship funds through the Scholarship Tribute Dinner.
Typically the College raises more than $500,000 each year through the event.
Join us for this special annual event and help our students reach their dreams.
Attend or Support the 2013 Scholarship Tribute Dinner
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C. Edward (Chuck) Chaplin
President, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer MBIA Inc.
William J. Fishlinger, Esq.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, WRM America
Carmen J. Lawrence
Partner and Co-Head Securities Enforcement and Regulation Practice, Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP
Deryck A. Palmer
Senior Partner and Co-Chairman Financial Restructuring Department, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
The College’s record of educating talented students, primarily from the NYC metropolitan area, is impressive. For the past five years, total student enrollment has increased: we currently have more than 1,700 undergraduates and nearly 300 graduate students.
Nearly 50 percent of Mount graduates are the first generation in their families to attend college. A National Science Foundation-funded study in 2010 showed that the College of Mount Saint Vincent has the highest graduation rate in the country for Latino students in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
The College also ranked first among the 25 Hispanic Serving Institutions identified in the study as models of effective practices.
U.S. News and World Report recently lauded the College as having among the best loan repayment rates in the country for colleges and universities serving high need students.
Washington Monthly named the College of Mount Saint Vincent #26 nationwide in Social Mobility, measured by greater than expected graduation rates for high need students. Only 7 percent better rated colleges and universities served nearly as many students from high need backgrounds.
Read more about the College of Mount Saint VincentOur Alumnae/i
The Mount's prominent alumnae/i include:
- Corazón Aquino '53, former President of the Philippines
Honorable Miriam Naveira de Rodon '56, former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of
- Dr. Julianne L. Imperato-McGinley '61, Associate Dean for Translational Research and Education at Weil Cornell Medical College
- Dr. Margaret A. Dames '65, Superintendent of Schools and Director of the Office for Education for the Dioceses of Bridgeport, CT
- Dr. Matthew Arduino '79, Chief of the Environmental and Applied Biology section, Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion, of the National Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Rosemary Berkery '75, Vice Chairman of UBS Wealth Management Americas and Chairman of
UBS Bank USA
- Noreen M. Culhane '72, Retired, Executive Vice President of New York Stock Exchange Euronext
- Noreen Doyle '71, a member of the Board of Directors of Credit Suisse Group ADS, the Newmont Mining Corporation, QinetiQ Group PLC., and Rexam PLC
- Rosemary Fath Steel '50, former Chairman of the Board, KA Steel Chemical Inc.
- John Caruso '82, Senior Vice President, ABC Television Network Sales