In Memory of Sebastian J. Raciti
1934 – 2003
For 31 years, Sebastian Raciti, known as Sib, served in various roles that were instrumental in the development of Ramapo College. One of the founding faculty — he arrived in Ramapo College’s second year — he held various posts during his tenure including director of the School of Metropolitan and Community Studies, dean of the School of Administration and Business, vice president for Academic Affairs, vice president of Institutional Advancement and professor of economics. He was also the director of the Governor’s School for International Studies, a summer program for gifted high school students. In his administrative roles, he helped design new academic programs, raised funds to support new initiatives and scholarships, and recruited new faculty. He earned bachelors, masters and Ph.D. degrees from Fordham University.
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The 11th Annual Raciti Memorial Lecture: BLS, the Labor Market, and You
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