Five Questions with Benjamin Suro '04

Benjamin Suro ’04 is the principal of Dwight Morrow High School in the Englewood Public School District in Englewood, New Jersey. In the two years he has held this position, he has worked diligently to serve his school’s 1,200 students who hail from both urban and suburban settings. Like many school administrators, he has seen staff and students in his district face the challenges of the pandemic head on and learn to adapt to the ever-changing education landscape. Throughout it all, he lives by the following tenant: to be a true leader, do not just seek answers, but look for inspiration.

 

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News & Headlines

Why phillip Grant '08, CEO of the World's Largest Wholesale produce market, supports the mercy college mav friendly market

Where do most New Yorkers get their fresh produce? Odds are it comes through the Hunts Point Produce Market, the world's largest wholesale produce market located in Bronx, NY. Thousands of pounds of fruits and vegetables arrive daily, sourced from local farms and international importers. From there it's distributed across the region -- not only to retailers and restaurants, but also to food pantries, soup kitchens and directly into the hands of hungry people.

 

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Mercy college awarded $4.9 Million grant from U.s. department of education to educate a more diverse workforce in stem fields

Mercy College announced it has been awarded a new grant from the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) under the agency's Title III Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI) STEM and Articulation Program. Funding for the five-year project, known as STEM Ready, is expected to total $4,928,344. Dr. Stuart Sidle, dean of the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Mercy College, is project director.

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Upcoming Events

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Dedication of the Michele S. Lee Library for lifelong learning

Please join us virtually for the Michele S. Lee, M.S. '06 Library for Lifelong Learning dedication ceremony.

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