SUNY Potsdam recognizes area scholars for academic excellence

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POTSDAM — The State University of New York at Potsdam recently named 1,046 students to its president’s list and 245 students — both lists including several local students — to for the fall 2020 semester.

President’s list:

Brooklyn Berne, of New
Hartford, biology;

Ashley Calhoun, of Vernon, music education;

Dawson Damuth, of Oriskany Falls, exploratory/undeclared;

Maryanne Dobreski, of
Holland Patent, childhood/early
childhood education;

Austin Dropkin, of New
Hartford, business admin.;

Madison Dropkin, of New
Hartford, community health;

Cullen Harrington, of Blossvale, art studio;

Gabby Hobika, of New
Hartford, exercise science;

Danielle Hughes, of
Whitesboro, music education;

Austin Hutchins, of Oriskany Falls, mathematics;

Rebecca Matte, of Rome, music education;

Laura Mosman, of Taberg,
business administration;

Stevissa Nellenback, of West Leyden, mathematics;

Cassie Nipe, of Waterville,
biochemistry;

Morgan Schalizki, of Camden, physics;

Ryanne Solinsky, of Waterville, music education;

Kayla Warren, of Sherrill,
geology;

Maurice Williams, of Utica, music education; and

Brianna Yaghy, of Utica, music education.

Dean’s List

Stephanie Brenon, of Sherrill, psychology;

Joshua D’Angelo, of Cleveland, computer science;

Cedes Doherty, of Marcy, English/creative writing;

Isaac Martin, of Boonville, archaeological studies; and

Hannah Reigi, of Marcy,
biology.

Founded in 1816, The State University of New York at Potsdam is one of America’s first 50 colleges — and the oldest institution within SUNY.

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