Press-Republican

August 8, 2013

Students: Aug. 8, 2013


Press-Republican

---- — Nicholas Trombley of Morrisonville graduated cum laude from Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Mass., with a Bachelor of Science degree from the university’s College of Arts and Sciences. His major was mathematics.

Local students who have been named to the Dean’s List at Castleton College, Castleton, Vt., are Emilio Cibula of Peru, Tanner LeCuyer of Plattsburgh,Juliann Mandy of Ticonderoga, Sondra Olds of Chazy and Megan Schryer of Ticonderoga.

Rachel Hurley of West Chazy received a Master of Social Work degree during commencement ceremonies at Widener University, Chester, Pa. Widener University is a private, metropolitan university that connects curricula to social issues through civic engagement.

SUNY Oneonta has named the following area students to the Dean’s List: Anna Finucane of Essex, Sean Conery of Plattsburgh and Emily Manchester of Plattsburgh.

The following students have been selected for inclusion on the Dean’s List for academic achievement during the spring semester at St. Lawrence University, Canton: Corinne A. Becker of Saranac Lake, biology;Michael J. Brewer of Saranac Lake, biology; Emily E. Crawford of Morrisonville, philosophy and mathematics; Alex J. Fredette of Plattsburgh, psychology; Amanda L. Hamilton of Keeseville; Kayla J. Hebert of Keene Valley, psychology and history andEmily E. Keable of Chazy, economics and government; Alex E. King of Morrisonville, psychology; Krysten A. Koktowski of Plattsburgh, government and psychology; Anna J. Kowanko of Upper Jay; Chelsey A. Legacy of Burke, mathematics; Ashleigh L. Lord of Ellenburg Center, psychology; Katherine L. Mazdzer of Saranac Lake, global studies and Francophone studies; Brittany R. McDonald of Altona, psychology; MacKenzie R. Miller of Lake Placid; Hannah R. Parker of Vermontville, English; Maureen B. Pellerin of Ellenburg Depot, environmental studies-English; Maria R. Trummer of Saranac Lake, government and Francophone studies; and Koby K. Wolfe of Plattsburgh, economics and mathematics.

The University of Albany awarded an estimated 3,100 degrees in undergraduate and graduate degrees. Local students who received degrees include Laura Bolan of Newcomb, Master of Public Health; Dustina Wiktorko of Ticonderoga, Master of Social Work; Rebecca Columbeof Plattsburgh, Master of Social Work; Kenneth Meese of Plattsburgh, Bachelor of Science; Hayden Frechette of Plattsburgh, Bachelor of Science; Lauren Grady of Plattsburgh, Bachelor of Arts; Sophie Whalen of Plattsburgh, Bachelor of Arts; Alexis Sims of Plattsburgh, Bachelor of Science; Cynthia Jennett of Plattsburgh, Master of Social Work; Genevieve Hill of Cadyville, Bachelor of Arts; and Eithne McCarthy of Champlain, Certificate of Graduate Study and Master of Arts; Elizabeth Vincelette of Champlain, Bachelor of Arts; Donovan Adams of Champlain, Bachelor of Arts; Corine Giroux of Chazy, Bachelor of Science; Susan Allott of Elizabethtown, Certificate of Graduate Study; Amanda Goodfellow of Mooers, Master of Social Work; Ryan Huchro of Moriah, Bachelor of Arts; Michael Novelli of Peru, Bachelor of Arts; Karl Bechard of Rouses Point, Bachelor of Science; Meggan Sheehan of Westport, Bachelor of Arts; and Amanda Holzer of Wilmington, Master of Public Administration.