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Students named to HVCC Dean’s List

TROY — More than 1,200 students were named to the fall 2018 Dean’s List at Hudson Valley Community College. The Dean’s List recognizes those full-time students and part-time students registered for at least six college credits who have a term average of 3.00 to less than 3.50 and who received no grade of “D,” “F,” “I,” “Z,” or “W” on their record for that term. Students must have completed at least 12 college credits successfully. Local students include:

  • Ena Ashdown of Greenwich, nursing;
  • Madeline Clifton of Cambridge, electrical technology: semiconductor manufacturing technology;
  • Jacquelyn Dunham of Cambridge, liberal arts and science: humanities and social science;
  • Lucas Winchester of Cambridge, physical education studies;
  • Hannah Coltrain of Corinth, EMT — paramedic;
  • Peyton Cornell of Fort Edward, surgical technology;
  • Mallory Follo of Fort Edward, dental assisting;
  • June Marshall of Fort Edward, individual studies;
  • Arianna Nassivera of Fort Edward, individual studies;
  • Christopher Carpenter of Gansevoort, mechanical engineering technology;
  • Hayden Chapman of Gansevoort, overhead electric line worker;
  • Bryce Dittrich of Gansevoort, non-matriculated;
  • Emily Dougherty of Gansevoort, individual studies;
  • Jae Fish of Gansevoort, non-matriculated;
  • Rafael-Enrique Holguin of Gansevoort, marketing;
  • Jacob Rafferty of Gansevoort, non-matriculated;
  • Heather Rivera of Gansevoort, radiologic technology;
  • Emily Rugari of Gansevoort, teaching assistant;
  • Nicole Trainor of Gansevoort, dental hygiene;
  • Madeline Viger of Gansevoort, marketing;
  • Colton Weatherwax of Gansevoort, non-matriculated;
  • Daniella Licari of Glens Falls, accounting;
  • Seth Batty of Greenwich, liberal arts and science: humanities and social science honors track;
  • Hayley Brownell of Greenwich, early childhood;
  • Jackson Crawford of Greenwich, liberal arts and science: humanities and social science communications (media) track;
  • Kristin Irish of Greenwich, mortuary science;
  • Joshua James of Greenwich, business administration;
  • Immanuel Manera of Greenwich, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Mackenzie Moy of Greenwich, business administration;
  • Samantha Kill of Hudson Falls, nursing;
  • Katie Morehouse of Hudson Falls, mortuary science;
  • Shane McCabe of Lake George, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Mark Mellon of Lake George, automotive technical services;
  • Christopher Zabel of Middle Grove, automotive technical services;
  • Justyn Granger of Putnam Station, construction technology;
  • Cole Mars of Putnam Station, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Kimberly Chamberlin of Queensbury, computer-aided drafting;
  • Crystal Havens of Queensbury, dental hygiene;
  • Brian Kelly of Queensbury, EMT — paramedic;
  • Lauren Kline of Queensbury, individual studies;
  • Alyssa Leroux of Queensbury, individual studies;
  • Brandon Leroux of Queensbury, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Owen Snowball of Queensbury, automotive technical services;
  • Connor Spellburg of Queensbury, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Nolan Ackerman of Schuylerville, non-matriculated;
  • Gary Alikonis of Schuylerville, EMT — paramedic;
  • Leah Siska of Schuylerville, dental hygiene;
  • Jeffrey Wood of Schuylerville, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Tanner Main of Shushan, advanced manufacturing technology;
  • Christopher VanAlstyne of Shushan, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Alicia Collodi of South Glens Falls, individual studies;
  • Jeremy Elder of South Glens Falls, heating/air conditioning/refrigeration technical services;
  • Kevin Tracy of South Glens Falls, electrical construction and maintenance; and
  • Adrian Trollip of South Glens Falls, advanced manufacturing technology.

HVCC announces fall President’s List

TROY — More than 1,800 students were named to the fall 2018 President’s List at Hudson Valley Community College. Each fall and spring term, the college’s President’s List names those full-time students and part-time students registered for at least six college credits who have a term average of between 3.5 and 4.0 and who received no grade of “D,” “F,” “I,” “Z,” or “W” on their record for that term. Students must have completed at least 12 college credits successfully. Local students include:

  • Shannon Eustis of Argyle, human services;
  • Tyler Pruiksma of Argyle, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Ashley Schloss of Brant Lake, polysomnography;
  • Logan Bashaw of Cambridge, liberal arts and science: humanities and social science communications (media) track;
  • Hosanna Davis of Cambridge, early childhood;
  • Thomas Henderson of Cambridge, civil engineering technology;
  • Kaye Lee of Cambridge, advanced manufacturing technology;
  • Michael Raffel of Cambridge, computer information systems;
  • David Isaac Robertson of Cambridge, engineering science;
  • Jocelyn Woodworth of Cambridge, non-matriculated;
  • Alexander DeLisle of Fort Edward, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Amanda Johnston of Fort Edward, dental assisting;
  • Derek Lyons of Fort Edward, non-matriculated;
  • Theresa Ferrotti of Gansevoort, non-matriculated;
  • Ashley Harrison of Gansevoort, physical sciences;
  • Stephanie Rogers of Gansevoort, accounting;
  • Madison Sanders of Gansevoort, diagnostic medical sonography;
  • Kate Truesdale of Gansevoort, mortuary science;
  • Jennifer Callahan of Glens Falls, non-matriculated;
  • Alicia Mabb of Glens Falls, diagnostic cardiac sonography;
  • Jessica Getty of Granville, individual studies;
  • Gillian Strothenke of Greenfield Center, architectural technology;
  • Kyle Welch of Greenfield Center, computer information systems web design and programming; Emma Bodner of Greenwich, EMT — paramedic;
  • Daniel Bosford of Greenwich, electrical technology: semiconductor manufacturing technology;
  • Robert Carr of Greenwich, engineering science;
  • Clare Fowler of Greenwich, liberal arts and science — mathematics and science;
  • Carson McKinley of Greenwich, criminal justice;
  • Amy Pollard of Greenwich, chemical dependency counseling;
  • Jeffrey Richards of Greenwich, electrical engineering technology — electronics;
  • Miranda Trombly of Greenwich, individual studies;
  • Adam DeBuque of Hague, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Aaron Palait of Hague, heating/air conditioning/refrigeration technical services;
  • Anna Murphy of Hudson Falls, human services;
  • Dale Trombley of Hudson Falls, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Hailey Tyminski of Hudson Falls, diagnostic cardiac sonography;
  • Anthony Guy of Middle Grove, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Bruce Hall of Middle Grove, civil engineering technology;
  • Erik Malanoski of Middle Grove, non-matriculated;
  • Adam Meyer of Middle Grove, clean energy management;
  • Jake Sicard of Middle Grove, non-matriculated;
  • Allison Wilcox of Middle Grove, individual studies;
  • Jordan Nichols of Porter Corners, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Bryan Zwijacz of Porter Corners, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Craig Granger of Putnam Station, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Scott Callanan of Queensbury, advanced manufacturing technology;
  • Amber Cary of Queensbury, dental hygiene;
  • Grafton Derryberry of Queensbury, polysomnography;
  • Nancy Dubarry of Queensbury, radiologic technology;
  • Christina Gumuka of Queensbury, surgical technology;
  • Patricia McGuire of Queensbury, individual studies;
  • Kylie Moy of Queensbury, civil engineering technology;
  • Nikita Purner of Queensbury, human services;
  • Jared Strong of Queensbury, public administration studies;
  • Spencer VanEpps of Queensbury, environmental science;
  • Matthew Wing of Queensbury, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Daniel LeClair of Salem, electrical construction and maintenance;
  • Dawn Pierce of Salem, surgical technology;
  • Andrew Ashdown of Schuylerville, engineering science;
  • Calvin Bordas of Schuylerville, non-matriculated;
  • Lucas Welch of Schuylerville, non-matriculated;
  • Karissa Yellen of Schuylerville, radiologic technology;
  • Jake Zdonick of Schuylerville, non-matriculated;
  • Alison Dawson of Shushan, chemical dependency counseling; and
  • Amber Ramey of Whitehall, individual studies.

Students named to the URI Dean’s List

KINGSTON, R.I. — The University of Rhode Island announced that more than 5,500 undergraduates have qualified for the fall 2018 Dean’s List. To be included on the Dean’s List, students must have completed 12 or more credits during a semester for letter grades with at least a 3.30 quality point average. Part-time students qualify with the accumulation of 12 credits with a 3.30 quality point average. The list includes students who have not yet declared their majors as well as those from all of the University’s undergraduate academic colleges. Local students include:

  • Michael Burkett of Gansevoort;
  • Ian Drexler of Greenfield Center;
  • Connor Lenihan of Lake George;
  • Molly O’Brien of Granville;
  • Brigid Perry of Gansevoort;
  • Nicole Petta of Queensbury; and
  • Sydney Tymula of Queensbury.

Students named to Hamilton Dean’s List

CLINTON — Local residents were named to the Dean’s List at Hamilton College for the 2018 fall semester. To be named to the Dean’s List, a student must have carried throughout the semester a course load of four or more graded credits with an average of 3.5 or above. Local students include:

  • Amelia Boyd of Cambridge, biology major; and
  • Natalie Davey of Lake George, a first-year student.

Newell is grad of Grove City College

GROVE CITY, Pa. — Noah Newell of Middle Grove is one of 39 seniors to earn their degree from Grove City College on Dec. 18. Newell earned a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science.

Students make Niagara U list

NIAGARA UNIVERSITY — Niagara University has named students to the Dean’s List for the fall 2018 semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List, a student must be registered for 12 credit-bearing hours and earn a grade point average of 3.25 or higher. Local students include:

  • Julia Freemire of Middle Grove;
  • Nathan Watkins of Corinth; and
  • Kelsey Moulton of Lake Luzerne.

SUNY Schenectady sets its Dean’s List

SCHENECTADY — Students have been named to the Dean’s List at SUNY Schenectady County Community College. Local students include:

  • Natasha Capobianco of Gansevoort;
  • Ryan Stovall of Greenfield Center;
  • Brian Cieply of Hudson Falls; and
  • Kaylie Dake of Queensbury.

SUNY Schenectady sets President’s List

SCHENECTADY — Students have been named to the President’s List at SUNY Schenectady County Community College. Local students include:

  • Gregory Cross of Fort Edward;
  • Vanessa Traver of Greenfield;
  • Rachel Clothier of Greenwich;
  • Daniel Arnold of Middle Grove;
  • Christopher Gliganic of Rock City Falls; and
  • Katelyn Zebrowski of Schuylerville.

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