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August 4, 2013

Students: Aug. 4, 2013

Local students who received degrees from Ithaca College include Maria Sanchez-Freeman of Champlain, School of Health Sciences and Human Performance, speech language path and audio major; <\Bz24>Joseph Engelbrecht of Rouses Point, School of Humanities and Sciences, physics major; Jilliam Kowalowski of Plattsburgh, School of Business, business administration major; Christopher Barnes of Plattsburgh, School of Business, legal studies major; Bryan LaRoe of Saranac Lake, School of Health Sciences and Human Performance, health care management major; and Cayla Cluckey of Saranac Lake, School of Humanities and Sciences, social studies/teaching major.

The following area students graduated from Paul Smith’s College: Thomas Bartiss of Vermontville, Bachelor of Science, forestry; Benjamin Goff of Elizabethtown, Associate of Applied Science, surveying technology; Frederick Hapgood of Mooers, Associate of Applied Science, surveying technology; Brett Leidner of Plattsburgh, Bachelor of Science, natural resources management and policy; Sarah McKenney of Saranac Lake, Bachelor of Arts, environmental studies; Sean Pierce of Saranac Lake, Associate of Applied Science, arboriculture and landscape management; Marina Potter of St. Regis Falls, Associate of Applied Science, integrated studies; Quinn Shabow of Saranac Lake, Associate of Applied Science, baking and pastry arts; and Brian Sousa of Rouses Point, Associates of Applied Science, hotel and restaurant management.

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