The Gulko-Stellenwerf Scholarship Endowment was created by Professor Anita Stellenwerf, who joined the Ramapo College faculty in 1984. She was an Associate Professor of Accounting in the Anisfield School of Business until her retirement in 2017. Professor Stellenwerf was an advocate for establishing the Master of Science in Accounting.
During her tenure at Ramapo, Professor Stellenwerf was an active participant of the ASB Scholarship Committee. The purpose of the scholarship is to benefit Accounting students with financial need.
- Financial need as determined by Foundation financial aid policy
- A student enrolled in the Masters of Accounting program is preferred
- A student in the MBA program with a concentration in Accounting
- An undergraduate accounting major
- A GPA of 2.8+
Nicole Jaskot is an Accounting major from Ringwood, N.J. She was inducted into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) her freshman year and has earned Dean’s List status several times.
Nicole is a Captain on the Women’s Lacrosse team, a Peer Facilitator, a member of the Accounting club, and a member of Chi Alpha Sigma, the National College Athlete Honors Society.
She currently works at Gerson and Associates, an accounting firm, and will continue her career there after graduation. She also plans to become a Certified Public Accountant.
Nora Coppers is an Accounting major from Newton, N.J. She has a 3.9 G.P.A and was awarded Dean’s List every semester from Fall 2015 to Spring 2018. She was also inducted into the Beta Gamma Sigma International Business Honor Society last semester.
On campus, Nora is very active as the President of the Accounting Club, student leader in the Peer Facilitator Program and as Treasurer of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. She has been working with professors and other organizations on campus to increase student involvement in the Accounting Club.
Nora has also been involved as a Student Aide in the Office of Specialized Services as the initial point of contact for professors and students with questions. She plans on pursuing her Masters in Accounting after graduation and eventually pursuing a career as a Certified Public Accountant.
Michelle Tunney is an Accounting major from River Edge, N.J. She is a member of the College Honors Program and the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society. She has made the Dean’s list three times in the past two years.
On campus, Michelle is very active as the treasurer of Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity and the Vice President of the Ramapo College Enactus team. She has also participated in multiple leadership programs such as “Leaders in Service” and SAIL (Sophomores Advancing in Leadership).
Michelle furthers her love for being involved on campus by working at the Center for Student Involvement as the student manager of the CSI Design office. She is excited to study in Paris during the Fall 2018 semester.
After graduation she hopes to pursue her master’s degree and become a CPA.
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