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September 4, 2013

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Marnie Reynolds of Plattsburgh has been inducted into the International Education Honor Society Kappa Delta Pi at Nazareth College, Rochester. She is a senior.

SUNY Oswego has awarded a $6,000 Dean’s Award to Mary Catherine Mazzella of Peru. The award recognizes past academic achievement and potential for success. She is a graduate of Peru Senior High School and will attend SUNY Oswego. 

The following area residents earned undergraduate and graduate degrees and certificates of advanced study at The College of Saint Rose in Albany: Matthew Henderson of Cadyville, Bachelor of Arts; Andrew Matott of Rouses Point, Bachelor of Arts; Nicole Blair of Saranac, Bachelor of Arts; Tennyson Snyder of Wilmington, Bachelor of Arts; Casey Loughan of Plattsburgh, Bachelor of Science; Allison Bruso of Chateaugay, Bachelor of Science;  Sherrilynn Guffey of Mineville, combined Bachelor of Science/Master of Science; Kenneth Stay of Plattsburgh, Master of Business Administration; Jenna Mayette of Plattsburgh, Master of Science in Education and Douglas Racette of Saranac Lake, Master of Science in Education.

Leigh Anne Connors of Lake Placid has been named to the Plymouth State University Dean’s List in New Hampshire. Students must achieve a GPA between 3.5 and 3.69 to achieve placement.

Nicole Lagree of Bloomingdale received a degree in Animal and Equine Science & Management from Morrisville State College, and Nicole LaFountain of Chazy was awarded a degree in massage therapy and has been named to the President’s List for the spring semester.

Keegan Ryan and Maile Sapp, graduates of the Class of 2013 from Beekmantown Central School, are the recipients of the National Scholar Athlete Award from the U.S. Army. Ryan will attend St. John Fisher College with an Honors, Trustee and SJFC scholarship. Sapp will attend Harvard University with a faculty scholarship.

Beekmantown Central School graduate Ian Dwyer of West Chazy and a member of the Colgate University, Hamilton, Class of 2014, is one of 150 students conducting research on and off campus this summer as a paid research fellow. Dwyer’s research is in the Ho Tung Visualization Lab with the guidance of IT Professor Joseph Eakin. 

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