The Harry and Barb Charlton Newcomer Scholarship covers registration and hotel costs to the SUNYCUAD Educational Conference June 2-5 in Rochester, NY. Scholarship applications must be submitted to Charlton Scholars Committee Chair Scott Titus at email@example.com by March 27, 2020.
Scholarship winners will be personally congratulated and recognized at the conference. For more information on the program contact Scott Titus.
This program is designed to offer professional development opportunities to new advancement professionals employed at SUNY institutions. Specifically, eligible applicants include: (1) professionals who have been in their professional field less than three years total, and (2) professionals who have changed from one discipline to another within the last three years. (For example, this means moving from publications to alumni work or from community relations to fundraising. It does not mean moving from one type of work to another in the same discipline, i.e. annual fund to major gifts.) Those who have applied to be Charlton Scholars, but did not receive the award, may re-apply as long as they still meet other newcomer eligibility criteria.
A panel of past SUNYCUAD presidents determine the recipients. Winners will be judged on:
2019 Charlton Scholars
Rhiannon Da Cunha
Alumni Engagement Coordinator
Alexis N. Donnelly
Assistant Director of Stewardship
Spencer D. Morgan
Associate Director of Development
Fredonia College Foundation
Digital and Social Media Manager
Assistant Director, Alumni Engagement
Eliza J. Pionessa
The College at Brockport
ABOUT HARRY AND BARBARA CHARLTON
The late Harry Charlton and his late wife Barbara served the State University of New York in a variety of posts from the State Teacher’s College at Oswego to Central Administration. Over that time, they played a pivotal role in the gestation, development and success of the State University of New York Council for University Affairs and Development and its predecessors, SUNY/CURC and the PR Council. In recognition of their past service as a member, past president, Central Office liaison, executive secretary, and executive secretary emeritus, the Board of Directors of SUNYCUAD established the Harry and Barbara Charlton SUNYCUAD Newcomer Scholarship Program at its 1993 annual meeting.