Press-Republican

February 22, 2014

Paul Smith's College Dean's List released


Press-Republican

PAUL SMITHS — A number of area students were named to the Dean's List at Paul Smith's College for the fall semester.

Each earned a semester average of 3.3 or higher to receive this distinction; Adirondack Scholars achieved a 3.8 average or higher:

Nicholas Desroches of Morrisonville, culinary arts and service management, also named an Adirondack Scholar; Christopher Griffin of Gabriels, culinary arts and service management, also named an Adirondack Scholar;Michael Huyler of Ray Brook, in surveying technology, also named an Adirondack Scholar; Joshua Pierce of Elizabethtown, fisheries and wildlife sciences, also named an Adirondack Scholar;Amber St. Andrew of Altona, biology, also named an Adirondack Scholar;Marjorie Waterson of Lake Placid, hotel, resort and tourism management, also named an Adirondack Scholar; Lisa Zvingowaniseyi of Paul Smiths, hotel, resort and tourism management, also named an Adirondack Scholar; Allison Beebie of Plattsburgh, baking and pastry arts; Benjamin Bishop of Saranac Lake, parks, recreation and facilities management; Emily Brosseau of Peru, hotel, resort and tourism management; Adam Bullis of Plattsburgh, forestry; Mark Calderone of Paul Smiths, forestry; Connor Filion of Morrisonville, forest technology; Marin George of Saranac Lake, natural resources sustainability; Richard Hammack of Plattsburgh, recreation, adventure travel and ecotourism; Shelby Lunan of Brushton, integrative studies; Derek Osgood of Saranac Lake, natural resources management and policy;Sean Patton of Lake Clear, biology; Matthew Pelkey of Lake Clear,  business management and entrepreneurial studies; Duncan Rochester of Champlain, surveying technology;Jacob Sporn of Bloomingdale, business management and entrepreneurial studies; Shelby Treadwell of Saranac Lake, business management and entrepreneurial studies; Michael Tuthill of Vermontville, recreation, adventure travel and ecotourism; Robert Williams of Saranac Lake,culinary arts and Kristopher Wilson of St. Regis Falls, hotel, resort and tourism management.