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Extending an International Hand

Rajesh Adhikari, Associate Director of International Student and Scholar Services, was instrumental in securing a donation of Indian food for the 21 international students remaining in the residence halls. The food was donated by Alpana Shah, CEO of AMTRADE Inc. in NYC. Raj also helped in the distribution of the safely packaged food items. Said one student, "We really enjoyed the food. It was a nice treat. But most of all, we truly appreciated Raj's effort to make us feel at home."

Cathlynne Valmores ’16

Thankful for the Support

Cathlynne Valmores ’16 works at The Valley Hospital and is currently in studying in Ramapo’s MSN Family Nurse Practitioner program. She has collaborated with the College’s undergraduate nursing program as an adjunct clinical instructor for senior nursing students. “I am thankful for all the support from Ramapo and the community, and I want to give a special shoutout to the Wyckoff Girl Scout troop for donating headbands to the hospital!”

Alumnus on the Job

Alumnus on the Job

William Gannon ‘11, a current first-year MBA student at Ramapo, is employed at Ports America in Jersey City as a Terminal Operations Planner. He is standing in front of a vessel carrying multiple containers that hold thousands of COVID-19 testing kits. Says Gannon, “I would like to thank all the men and women working at the ports to help keep the economy moving during these challenging times.”

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