THE STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT / THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK / ALBANY, NY 12234

 

TO:

The Honorable the Members of the Board of Regents

FROM:

Johanna Duncan-Poitier

COMMITTEE:

Higher Education and Professional Practice

TITLE OF ITEM:

Conferral of Degrees

DATE OF SUBMISSION:

January 14, 2004

PROPOSED HANDLING:

Action (Consent Agenda)

RATIONALE FOR ITEM:

Standard procedure: Ed. Law 224 and Regents Rule 3.46

When for-profit degree-granting institutions are sold, degree-granting authority reverts to the Board of Regents

STRATEGIC GOAL:

Goal 2

AUTHORIZATION(S):

 

 

SUMMARY:

 

          Attached are recommendations with respect to conferral of degrees.  Until the Regents have reauthorized the following institution to award degrees, all academic awards are to be conferred on graduates by the Regents.

 

Globe Institute of Technology, Inc.

                     

          The Office of Higher Education has determined that the candidates listed in the attachment have satisfied all the requirements for the awards indicated.

 

Recommendation:  I recommend that the Regents take the following action:

 

VOTED, that the awards indicated be conferred upon the individuals as listed for Globe Institute of Technology, Inc.

 

Attachment

 

 

 

 


GLOBE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, INC.

 

          Globe Institute of Technology, a proprietary institution, was authorized by the Regents to confer Associate in Occupational Studies (A.O.S.) and Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degrees in 1996, the Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.) degree in 2000, and the Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree in 2002. Globe also offers certificates in business and computer-related disciplines. In 2003, all shares of Globe Institute were transferred to new shareholders.  Until the Regents have reauthorized Globe Institute of Technology, under its new ownership, to award degrees, all academic awards are to be conferred on graduates by the Regents.

 

Bachelor of Business Administration

 

197.       Chervonyy, Yuriy

198.       Day, Donald

199.       Imranov, Musa

200.       Iskhakova, Alfiya

201.       Javkhlan, Munkh-Ochir

202.       Kornienkol, Anzhelika

203.       Krol, Anna

204.       Nistor, Yelena

205.       Pukhao, Phramahathamin

206.       Ross, James

207.       Rugovac, Yelena

208.       Tsui, Mei-Hung

209.       Yurchenko, Tatyana

 

Bachelor of Technology

 

210.       Engalytcheva, Olga

211.       Gevorgyan, Aghavni

212.       Holder, Marlon

213.       Idowu, Ezekiel

214.       Ivanov, Alexander

215.       Janjic, Milos

216.       Kobar, Olga

217.       Larin, Tatiana

218.       Nejmi, Yassine

219.       Nikitina, Olga

220.       Ologun, Olapado

221.       Ruiz, Jhan

222.       Shahin, Jennifer

223.       Tanasescu, Anamaria

224.       Tang, Victor

225.       Tendeng, Birahim

226.       Yampolskaya, Anna

227.       Zineb, Jad


 

Associate in Applied Science

 

228.       Biggers, Roscoe

229.       Butler, Brian

230.       Cambridge, Alwin

231.       Carrion, Michael

232.       Daughma, Kemmar

233.       Falkovich, Alexander

234.       Festa, Vincent

235.       Garcia, Eduardo

236.       Good, Shamel

237.       Holeyfield, Jason

238.       Igel, Emiliya

239.       Jackson, Anthony

240.       Jacques, Lovely

241.       Jiang, Min

242.       Jones, Eric

243.       Kelly, Charly

244.       Kelly, Sharell

245.       Kotik, Vadim

246.       Lepitkova, Biljana

247.       Martinez, Wilson

248.       Mitchell, Shkiem

249.       Munford, Robyn

250.       Nichols, Jamal

251.       Ortiz, Rafael

252.       Patterson, Shakia

253.       Pilozo-Rivera, Gloria

254.       Popotte, Thamar

255.       Prendergast, Ezra

256.       Shabat, Farida

257.       Stevens, Inga

258.       Sukhnandan, Chandvakalli

259.       Thompson, Chelsey

260.       Whitely, Kenrick

261.       Zinoukhova, Elena

 

 

Associate in Occupational Studies

 

262.       Garcia, Joseph

263.       Hyacinth, Njoku

264.       Kleyman, Igor

265.       Lapoukhov, George