Port Jefferson Station Resident Receives Commitment to Students Award During Berkeley College Faculty Recognition Dinner

 
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2018
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PORT JEFFERSON STATION RESIDENT RECEIVES
COMMITMENT TO STUDENTS AWARD DURING
BERKELEY COLLEGE FACULTY RECOGNITION DINNER

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Photo Caption (above): Professor Michael Rotundo, Math, Berkeley College School of Liberal Arts, receives the Commitment to Students Award during the 2018 Berkeley College Faculty Recognition Awards dinner, held on November 14, 2018, at The Terrace in Paramus, NJ. “To me, success is having no regrets with regard to one’s journey through life,” said Mr. Rotundo. “I try to pass that along to my students.” Mr. Rotundo is a resident of Port Jefferson Station, NY.  Below (L to R) are: Michael J. Smith, President, Berkeley College: Beth Castiglia, PhD, Provost, Berkeley College; Michael Rotundo; John La Valle, PhD, Professor, Psychology, Humanities and Social Sciences, Berkeley College School of Liberal Arts; and Kevin Luing, Berkeley College Board Chairman.   

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