Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University

SHERP Scholarship Donors

SHERP students benefit from the generosity of donors to two designated scholarship funds: the Bill Burrows SHERP Scholarship Fund and the Marianne D. Mattera MedPage Today SHERP Scholarship Fund.

 Bill Burrows SHERP Scholarship Fund

Sean Mulligan (SERP 1) presents Bill Burrows with a poster listing many of the places alumni have gone to work during the first 25 years of the program Burrows founded in 1982.

The Bill Burrows SHERP Scholarship Fund, named for our founding director, the celebrated aerospace journalist William E. Burrows, provides vital tuition-remission scholarships for deserving SHERP students, based on need and achievement. Supporters may contribute online via this secure site or send a check made out to New York University, with 'Bill Burrows SHERP Scholarship Fund' written in the lower left corner. The address is: Bill Burrows SHERP Scholarship Fund c/o Carter Journalism Institute, 20 Cooper Square, NY, NY 10003. Contributions are used solely for scholarships (no administrative overhead), and are tax-deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law.

Our generous donors, listed by year of contribution:

2013 -- Molika Ashford, Damaris Christensen, Francie Diep, Cecilia Marie Dobbs, Catherine Dold, Lisa Drayer, Emily Driscoll, Dan Fagin, Rosemarie Foster, Laura Geggel, Lisa Hofflich, Jennifer Moser Jurling, David Levitan, Eileen McCaffrey, Ivan Oransky, Cynthia and Ivan Pereira, Genevra Pittman, Antonio Regalado, Nitasha Sharma, Ben Stein, Robin Sussingham, Jane Treuhold, Victor Winkler, Karen McNulty Walsh, Edyta Zielinska

2012 -- Molika Ashford, Erik Badia, Joelle Bentley, Laura Carter, Damaris Christensen, David Corcoran, Maria Crocitto, Aimee Cunningham, Karen de Seve, Lisa Drayer and David Strumeyer, Dan Drollette, Apoorva Mandavilli Easdon, Dan Fagin, Thomas Ferraro and Julia Kozakova, David Fishman, Rosemarie Foster, Dana Frisch, Peter Geller, Robina Gokongwei-Pe, Brenda Goodman, Joyce Gramza,  Adam Hadhazy, Karen Heller, Scott Hensley, Robert Lee Hotz, Jeremy Hsu, Brett Israel, Ferris Jabr, Jennifer Moser Jurling, Jason Kahn, Julia Karow, Perri Klass, Maria Kolesnikova, Lindsey Konkel, Emily Laber-Warren, Dave Levitan, Tariq Malik, Eileen McCaffrey, Don Monroe, Brian Nadel, Lori Oliwenstein-Kluger, Ivan Oransky, Cynthia and Ivan Pereira, Andrea Quinn, Antonio Regalado, Gerald Regan, Rachael Rettner, Mary Roach, Leslie Wiman Rose, Lora Sporny and Oscar Golodetz, Chana Stiefel, Carina Storrs, Dawn Stover and Jay Letto, Peter Svensson, Amanda Urban, Karen McNulty Walsh, Molly Webster, Janet Weinrib

2011 -- Catherine Dold, Christine Duncan, David Fluhrer, Rosemarie Foster,  Elyse Grusky, Ivan Oransky, Karen McNulty Walsh

2010 -- David Fluhrer, Ivan Oransky, Margaret Russell, Jonathan Teyan, Rachel Trobman, Karen McNulty Walsh

2009 -- Martine Dardignac, David Fluhrer, Ivan Oransky, Karen McNulty Walsh

2008 -- Peter Fairley, David Fluhrer, Ivan Oransky

2007 -- Querida Anderson, Joelle Bentley, Corey Binns and Bjorn Carey, Bill Burrows, Gloribel Delgado, Dan Fagin, Rosemarie Foster, Alexander Goren, Joyce Gramza, Jason Kahn, Mei Yu Kaps, Brooke Kroeger, Tien Shun Lee, Joan Malespina, Damian McNamara, J.R. Minkel, Ivan Oransky, Gerald Regan, Diana Romero, Leslie Wiman Rose, Dawn Stover and Jay Letto, Noriko Takezaki, Jane Treuhold, Luba Vikhanski, Karen McNulty Walsh, Cheryl and David Weinstock

 

 Marianne D. Mattera MedPage Today SHERP Scholarship Fund

The late Marianne D. Mattera was an award-winning medical journalist and the managing editor of MedPage Today.

The Marianne D. Mattera MedPage Today SHERP Scholarship Fund was established in 2014 through the generosity of MedPage Today and friends and family of the late Marianne Mattera, a distinguished medical journalist and the managing editor of MedPage Today. The fund provides tuition-remission scholarships to SHERP students who show exceptional promise in medical journalism. During her 30-plus year career as a medical journalist, Marianne Mattera won a record 18 awards from the Association of Business Information and Media Companies. She was a wise mentor to many young journalists, and in that spirit her colleagues have established this fund. Supporters may contribute online via this secure site or send a check made out to New York University, with 'Mattera SHERP Scholarship Fund' written in the lower left corner. The address is: Marianne D. Mattera MedPage Today SHERP Scholarship Fund c/o Carter Journalism Institute, 20 Cooper Square, NY, NY 10003. Contributions are used solely for scholarships (no administrative overhead), and are tax-deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law.