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sponsored
programs@jjay.cuny.edu
 

Susy Mendes
Director
212-237-8447
smendes@jjay.cuny.edu

Amrish Sugrim-Singh 
Assistant Director 
212-237-8449
asugrim-singh@jjay.cuny.edu


Suroojnarine (Darryl) Singh 

Grant Administrator 
646-557-4867
susingh@jjay.cuny.edu

Cherryanne Ward
Grants Assistant
212-621-3718
cward@jjay.cuny.edu

Physical Address:
Office of Sponsored Programs
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
555 W. 57th Street, Suite 601
New York, NY 10019

Mailing Address:
Office of Sponsored Programs
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
524 West 59th Street
New York, NY 10019

 Each month, the Office of Sponsored Programs will spotlight a different PI and their research. If you are interested in being featured in our next spotlight, please email sponsoredprograms@jjay.cuny.edu  . Please be sure to provide us with an abstract (3-5 paragraphs) about your research, explanation of your recent project, the amount your project (s) were funded for, special events that you are hosting or coordinating, obstacles or challenges you faced during the application process, if applicable, and a photo of yourself  

 

 

Barry Nemeroff

STEP Director

Since 1989, the College’s Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP), currently led by its Director Barry Nemeroff of the Science Department, has been encouraging middle and high school students towards careers in the STEM fields, and directing and counseling these students toward interest in the NYS licensed professions, including the allied health professions. Mr. Nemeroff came to John Jay after a 36-year career as a science teacher and a guidance counselor with the New York City Department of Education to lead the STEP program. The STEP Program is an academic enrichment program sponsored by an annual grant from the New York State Education Department, geared toward increasing the participation of historically-underrepresented minorities, as well as economically-disadvantaged youth in the STEM fields. The Program improves student readiness for college and careers in these fields.  There are over 50 such programs throughout New York State including the Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP), which Mr. Nemeroff also plans to apply for this coming year.