Clarkson University recognizes local dean’s list scholars

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POTSDAM — The following local students have been named to the dean’s list for the fall 2020 semester at Clarkson University:

Ray C. Banks, of Rome, senior, civil engineering;

Ryan L. Bell, of Forestport, senior, software engineering;

Katherine R. Bennett, of New Hartford, freshman, mechanical engineering;

Adam J. Clemons, of New Hartford, junior, electrical engineering;

Carl J. Graziadei, of Oriskany, junior, mechanical engineering;

Jenny L. Halukiewicz, of Camden, senior, business intelligence/data analytics;

Alexander Jackson, of Boonville, sophomore, mechanical engineering;

Brenna Kokosenski, of Utica, senior, chemical engineering;

Caleb Lisowski, of Boonville, freshman, software engineering;

Gregory T. Lyon, of Blossvale, senior, mechanical engineering;

Raigen McGahey, of Boonville, junior, chemical engineering;

Michael B. Miller, of Whitesboro, sophomore, aeronautical engineering;

Hailey J. Millington, of Rome, sophomore, biology;

Jacob C. Mucitelli, of Utica, freshman, business studies;

Todd C. Mull, of Marcy, senior, mechanical engineering;

Anne Nguyen, of New York Mills, senior, financial information/analysis;

Joe Pedone, of Utica, senior, civil engineering;

Brendan L. Phillips, of New Hartford, junior, innovation/entrepreneurship;

Dylan B. Richard, of Barneveld, junior, aeronautical engineering;

Dominic J. Romano, of Oriskany, senior, electrical engineering;

Tyler Ruhmel, of New Hartford, senior, aeronautical engineering/mechanical engineering;

John T. Sargent, of Rome, junior, mechanical engineering;

Breanna S. Schremmer, of Clinton, freshman, biology;

Daniel G. Scott, of Camden, junior, civil engineering;

Andrew Sins, of New Hartford, junior, computer engineering;

Trent J. Spina, of New Hartford, senior, mechanical engineering;

Josh T. Stuhlman, of Whitesboro, junior, civil engineering;

Andrew R. Thomas, of New Hartford, senior, civil engineering;

Christina M. Williams, of Rome, junior, engineering/management; and

Samuel Woodworth, of Boonville, senior, computer science.

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