b'2020-2022 Distinguished Student ScholarsJordyn Bobzien Katelyn Hurst Elijah Alker Angelina EmmonsNew Friends & Family Memorial ScholarshipsACF of Greater Buffalo in Memory of Monte Dolce Scholarship The family of Monte W. Dolce, with the American Culinary Federation of Greater Buffalo and ACF-accredited NCCC / Niagara Falls Culinary Institute (NFCI), offers this scholarship for Culinary and Baking & Pastry Art students. This scholarship is offered in memory of Chef Monte Dolces life and his undying commitment to nurturing a love for culinary arts in others. NFCI, in conjunction with the ACF of Greater Buffalo, is focused on fostering cooks and chefs with knowledge, skills, and professionalism to high standards in the culinary industry.Briody Memorial Nursing Scholarship NCCC Foundation Board Member, Ann Briody Petock, made it possible for the Foundation to receive a permanently restricted endowed scholarship. The Briody Health Care Facility served the Lockport community for over 70 years, providing care to thousands of individuals in need of long-term care or rehabilitation. Mrs. Edna Quinlivan Briody opened the facility in 1946. For three generations, the Briody family welcomed patients and their families by providing personalized, compassionate care while preserving their patients dignity. This scholarship was made possible by the generous donations given in memory of loved ones who had resided at the Briody Health Care Facility.Mary Jane Quinby Nursing Scholarship The Connolly children; in loving memory of their mother, Mary Jane Quinby, established this scholarship. Mary Jane was an Adjunct Instructor who thoroughly enjoyed enriching the lives of students through nutrition classes for the NCCC Nursing program. Mary Jane was a Cornell alumna and a lifelong dietitian who shared her love for food in professional and personal areas. Mary Jane believed strongly in the pursuit of both formal and informal education as a vehicle to make the world a better place. She had a deep respect for traditional and non-traditional students all of whom balance a number of challenges to achieve an educational milestone. This scholarship will recognize the achievements of continuing nursing students.Carolyn Cianciosa Memorial ScholarshipCarolyn Cianciosas husband, Robert, established this scholarship to assist NCCC students in achieving their educational goals. Carolyn was a faculty member at NCCC for over 20 years until her retirement in 2012.She had a critical role in establishing the Radiologic Technology program and grew enrollment from 13 to 100 students. Her achievements were recognized by receiving the SUNY Chancellors Award for Excellence in Teaching in 1997 and the Dr. Carol Jamieson Award in 2011 for her dedication to the students and faculty of NCCC.32 NIAGARA COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE'