Coronat Scholars' Achievements

June 6, 2018

Truman Scholarship: Dina Eldawy ('19) received the Truman Scholarship in recognition of her community service, academic accomplishment and commitment to a career of public service.
Read the full news story about Dina at SU News.

Rememberance Scholars: Dina Eldawy ('19) and Kathryn Munster ('19) were named as 2018-2019 Rememberance Scholars
Read more about the Remembrance Scholars at SU News.

Fulbright Scholars: Zainab Abdali ('18) received an English Teaching Assistantship in Kenya and Angie Pati ('18) received an English Teaching Assistantship in South Africa

Junior Travels to Arizona for Conference

Maizy Ludden

April 27, 2017

Maizy Ludden ('19) was awarded the Udall Scholarship along with summer undergraduate research funding from the Syracuse Biology Department.  She will travel to Arizona for the Udall Scholars Conference and will continue to work on her geography/biology research.

Read more at SU News.

Junior Elected as Student Association Vice President

April 21, 2017

Angie Pati ('18) and running mate James Franco were elected to lead the 61st Legislative Session of The Student Association.

Read the full story from the Daily Orange.

Senior Publishes Poetry Collection

Farrell Greenwald Brenner ’17

January 11, 2017

Farrell Brenner's ('17) poetry collection, "Diatribe from the Library", was recently published by Headmistress Press.  She also received the Chancellor's Award for Public Engagement and Scholarship.

Read more at AS News.

ACC Meeting of the Minds Conference features Junior Coronat

The ACC Meeting of the Minds Conference highlights students from each of the 15 ACC schools presenting their research and creative work. This year’s conference will be held for the first time at Syracuse University. This photo shows team members from 2015.

April 4, 2016

Farrell Brenner's ('17) was selected as one of seven Syracuse students to present personal research at the 2016 ACC Meeting of Minds Conference alongside six other Syracuse student projects. Farrell is studying women's and gender studies and citizenship and civic engagement and will be presenting her personal research project "The Aryan-Passing Women and Girl Couriers of the Jewish Resistance Movement in Nazi-Occupied Poland" at the Conference which will be held at Syracuse University from April 8th to the 10th.  Farrell will be a Gila Slifka intern at the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute at Brandeis University this summer.

Read more at SU News.

Metro-Atlanta Teach for America Corps by Na’Tasha Webb-Prather, '11

January 12, 2016

I will forever be indebted to the Coronat Scholars program for allowing me to make the most of my collegiate experience without financial worry. While in college I participated in the Study Abroad program on three separate occasions and was able to spend Spring Break in Brazil, a Fall semester in Madrid, and a summer in Paris. My world and my mind were opened to new levels and new possibilities because of these opportunities, and because of Coronat!

Upon graduating in May of 2011 I entered the Metro-Atlanta Teach for America Corps where I was committed to working tirelessly to close the achievement gap for students in less affluent communities. For two years I served as an 8th grade Special Education teacher and taught Science and Social Studies. It was a trying experience, but a humbling and gratifying one as well. I loved my students and my colleagues but I grew to strongly dislike the system. Education in this country is broken, and unfortunately the people who impact students the most, teachers, aren’t the ones making the decisions. Because the Coronat program fortified my leadership skills, not being heard was not an option. With that, I am attending Law School as an entering 1L at the University of Georgia.

Syracuse University senior receives prestigious international Marshall Scholarship

John Giammatteo visits a camp near the Thailand-Myanmar (Burmese) border inhabited by Myanmar refugees

November 24, 2010

Syracuse University senior John Giammatteo was named a 2011 Marshall Scholar by the Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission of Great Britain. The highly selective and prestigious award is presented annually to up to 40 intellectually distinguished young Americans to support their graduate study in the United Kingdom.

Giammatteo, a dual anthropology and magazine journalism major in SU’s College of Arts and Sciences and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, is the first SU student to receive a Marshall Scholarship.

Read more at AS News.