Memorial Funds

Scott Anderson

During his 19 years as Vice President for Administration, Planning & Finance, Granville Scott Anderson distinguished himself as a hardworking, hard-driving, invaluable and forward-looking administrator. He never allowed any challenge to deter him from finding a solution that was in the best interest of the college. Scott was a graduate of the City University of New York. He received an Associate of Arts degree from Queensborough Community College in 1971. He went on to earn his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Queens College. In 1996, he received his Masters in Higher Education Administration degree from Baruch College. Scott had an enormously varied career at CUNY. In 1971 he began his service at CUNY. From 1971 to 1980 he served in a variety of positions at the CUNY Central Office, the final position being Executive Assistant to the Deputy Chancellor of the City University of New York. In 1982 Scott accepted a position at the City College of New York. He served as the Chief of Staff for the Office of the President. In January of 1987 he returned to CUNY Central to serve as Project Manager and Special Assistant to the Director of CUNY’s Office of Admissions Services. He then served as the Interim University Director of Student Affairs from December 1990 to August 1992, at which time he was appointed to serve as the Deputy Director of CUNY’s Office of Admission Services. In 1994, Scott left CUNY Central and began his association with BMCC. His first appointment at BMCC was to serve as Deputy to the President. He was subsequently appointed to serve as the Director of Human Resources and Labor Designee. He served in this capacity until October 2000 when he assumed the position of Vice President for Administration, Planning and Finance.

Make a donation to the G. Scott Anderson Memorial Fund.


Sadie Bragg

Dr. Sadie Bragg was recognized for her contributions to the field of mathematics and worked closely with faculty and staff to meet the needs of BMCC students through Phi Theta Kappa, ASAP and many other groups. Dr. Bragg earned an M.A. and Ed.D. from Teachers College, Columbia University, and joined BMCC in 1970 as a mathematics lecturer in the Manhattan Opportunity Center (MEOC). In 1982, she joined the faculty of the BMCC mathematics department and in 1989, became the college’s Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for Curriculum and Instruction. In 1996, Dr. Bragg was promoted to the role of Vice President of Academic Affairs and in 2014, she retired as Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs. Actively involved in mathematics education at local, state and national levels, Dr. Bragg authored or co-authored more than 60 mathematics textbooks for K-14 as well as numerous other publications, presentations and papers. She served on committees including the Advisory Board to the Education and Human Resources Directorate of the National Science Foundation (NSF). She was instrumental in leading two-year colleges into a global dialogue through the International Congress of Mathematics Education (ICME), and partnered with George Ekol, a mathematics educator from Uganda, to present at the ICME conference in Monterey, Mexico in 2008.

Make a donation to the Sadie Bragg Memorial Fund.

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