St. Lawrence University Students Named to Dean’s List
The following students have been selected for inclusion on the Dean’s List for academic achievement during the Fall 2019 semester at St. Lawrence University.
Emily Burns of Tupper Lake. Burns is a member of the Class of 2023.
Gabrielle Collins of Whippleville. Collins is a member of the Class of 2020 and is majoring in mathematics.
Connor Farmer of Saint Regis Falls. Farmer is a member of the Class of 2021 and is majoring in government.
Jacquelyn Garso of Lake Clear. Garso is a member of the Class of 2020 and is majoring in statistics.
Joseph Larabie of Saranac Lake. Larabie is a member of the Class of 2023.
Colleen McKernan of Dickinson Center. McKernan is a member of the Class of 2023.
Emily Mose of Dickinson Center. Mose is a member of the Class of 2022.
Skylar Ratcliffe of Dickinson Center. Ratcliffe is a member of the Class of 2021 and is majoring in chemistry and mathematics.
Elmira College Dean’s List for Winter 2020 Term
Elmira College released its Dean’s List for Academic Achievement for the Winter 2020 Term. The Dean’s List recognizes full-time undergraduate students who were registered for at least 12 computable credit hours and who earned a term grade point average of 3.6 or higher. Students recognized include:
Devon Beaudette, of Tupper Lake, NY
Haley Raville, of Malone, NY
SUNY Canton Recognizes Top Scholars at Virtual Honors Convocation
SUNY Canton students received academic awards at the college’s Daniel G. Fay Honors Convocation.
For the first time in college history, Honors Convocation was held in a virtual format to correspond with stay-at-home directives used to combat COVID-19. Professor Emeritus Fay joined college officials to celebrate students’ success in video presentations.
“I know you’ve already mastered the criteria of scholarship,” Fay said. “I now challenge you to develop the skills you have been given to ensure your impact on others lasts beyond your time in college. Congratulations on your achievement.”
Honors Convocation is named annually to recognize a retired faculty member who continues to serve SUNY Canton, its students, and the local community. Fay was an accounting faculty member at the college for half a century. He has been a Canton Town Councilman. He is currently a St. Lawrence County Legislator and an area business owner.
The event celebrated students with the top GPA for their class year in their major. More than 180 students representing SUNY Canton’s 31 bachelor’s degree, 20 associate and 3 certificate programs received an award.
“This semester has presented students with a challenging set of circumstances,” said Peggy A. De Cooke, the college’s provost and vice president for academic affairs. “Today, we applaud your efforts to rise to these challenges. Adjusting to a new academic landscape of virtual classes, phone conferences, online labs, and video conferencing has been anything but easy. However, you have persevered, and you’ve excelled. You should be extremely proud.”
A special website with all the honors recipients and video addresses is available at https://www.canton.edu/honors_convocation/.
Area students who received awards include:
Thomas M. Ventiquattro, a freshman in SUNY Canton’s Engineering Science 2+2 program from Burke.
Trey R. Barnes, a sophomore in SUNY Canton’s Engineering Science 2+2 program from Chateaugay.
Tristan M. Dibble, a junior in SUNY Canton’s Homeland Security program from Chateaugay.
Jacob T. Bero, a senior in SUNY Canton’s Electrical Engineering Technology program from Hogansburg.
Noel L. Bloomfield, a junior in SUNY Canton’s Nursing-BS program from Malone.
Cole Fountain, a freshman in SUNY Canton’s Homeland Security program from Malone.
Molly R. Johnson, a sophomore in SUNY Canton’s Nursing-BS program from Malone.
Jake Rabideau, a freshman in SUNY Canton’s Cybersecurity program from Malone.
Brynn M. Nelson, a freshman in SUNY Canton’s Nursing-BS program from North Bangor.
Jordan Carr, a senior in SUNY Canton’s Finance program from Paul Smiths.
Jacob Moore, a sophomore in SUNY Canton’s HVAC Trades program from Saint Regis Falls.
Jennifer Ward, a senior in SUNY Canton’s Sustainable Energy Technology program from Vermontville.