The Record (Bergen County, NJ)
Date: 04-14-1993, Wednesday
Section: ALL COMMUNITY SECTIONS
Edition: All Editions -- 3 Star, 2 Star P, 2 Star B, 1 Star Late, 1 Star Early
Column: ON CAMPUS
BERGEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Dr. Philip C. Dolce of Ridgewood, dean of social sciences
and communication arts, has been named to the Bergen County Police
Training and Education Advisory Board by Bergen County Executive William
'Pat' Schuber. Dolce, whose term on the board will end on Jan. 31, 1995,
is host of the weekly radio series 'Suburbia: The American Dream and
Dilemma' and author of a book by the same title.
BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC
James Scott McCann, a drummer who will enter the Boston
college as a professional music major, has been awarded a Berklee
Professional Scholarship for 1993-94. McCann is from Oradell.
Seth Friedman, a junior majoring in art history and English
at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y., participated in Boston
University's London Internship Program last semester. The Harrington
Park student interned for the Royal Academy of Art in addition to taking
Matthew Stenerson, a senior from Norwood majoring in film at
Boston University, interned with MediaLabs in conjunction with MTV as
part of the semester abroad.
Dora Czike, a sophomore from Ramsey, is a member of Alpha
Lambda Delta national honor society and newly inducted member of Kappa
Alpha Theta soroity.
Corinne Latyak, a junior from Waldwick majoring in
elementary education, has been elected treasurer of the Student
FASHION INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Samantha K. Senack, a menswear student, earned the
third-prize cash award in a student competition sponsored by Wellington
Leisure Products Inc., a Georgia-based water sports company that owns
the logo to The America's Cup.
Senack, who grew up in Oakland, designed fashionable, functional
vests for men, women, and children in the waterskiing, fishing, and
boating categories of the competition.
Vice president of the institute's Menswear Club who works as a
part-time design assistant with a fashion design company, Senack
received the Leonard N. Pollatschek Memorial Award for outstanding
potential in the menswear industry in 1992.
Miles O'Meara, a junior from Bergenfield, has been elected
president of the college's chapter of Bacchus/Gamma, an alcohol
Elaine Janet Steiniger of Saddle Brook participated in
Senior Show I in the university's Sharadin Gallery. The exhibit featured
the work of students who will graduate this spring or summer with a
bachelor of fine arts degree in communication design.
Melissa Nussbaum, a sophomore from Tenafly, will appear in a
Music at Lehigh production on Sunday at the Bethlehem, Pa., campus. The
program, 'An Afternoon of Musical Theater,' will feature scenes from
operas and musicals.
The 1993 edition of 'Who's Who Among Students in American
Universities and Colleges' will include Susan L. Berkowitz of
Bergenfield, Jennifer M. Gentile of Franklin Lakes, Lori Norian of
PENN STATE UNIVERSITY
Erin Smith, a senior from Ridgefield majoring in health
education and counseling, is beginning an internship with the AIDS
Project of Center County, Pa. She will assist the director with AIDS
education programs for local schools, businesses, and organizations and
supervise a high school Peer AIDS Education Group.
ST. LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY
Cynthia L. Ondrick, a graduating senior who plans to study
community and learning in international artists colonies, has received a
1993 fellowship from the Thomas J. Watson Foundation. Her research will
take the Waldwick student to New Zealand, Israel, Ireland, and the
Ondrick is a member of the fine arts honorary society at the
Canton, N.Y., university, which has purchased her artwork for its
Timothy M. Captain, a freshman chemistry and physics major
from Paramus, spent the interterm studying in England with the Indiana
university's honors English class. Captain is a recipient of Taylor's
WESTMINSTER CHOIR COLLEGE
Vanessa Conde, a voice performance student from Teaneck,
placed sixth in the sophomore women category of the National Association
of Teachers of Singing competition.
WILLIAM PATERSON COLLEGE
Seniors Lissette Garcia of Ridgefield and Michelle Hartman
of Wyckoff have been selected for the 1993 edition of Who's Who Among
Students in American Universities and Colleges.
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