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University at Albany lauds local scholars

Posted 11/5/19

ALBANY — UAlbany has welcomed nearly 5,700 new Great Danes to campus for the fall of 2019. Of the new students, some 2,700 freshmen, from 28,000 applicants, make up the Class of 2023. Approximately …

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University at Albany lauds local scholars

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ALBANY — UAlbany has welcomed nearly 5,700 new Great Danes to campus for the fall of 2019. Of the new students, some 2,700 freshmen, from 28,000 applicants, make up the Class of 2023. Approximately 1,400 transfer students and 1,550 graduate students are also joining the campus community this fall.

Among those attending the university include the following area students, listed by hometown:

Boonville

Katherine Roos, graduate student, Gender and Sexuality Studies; and

Vanessa Slone, undergraduate;

Clinton

Christine Bord, graduate student, Literacy;

Michael Cancilla, undergraduate;

Richard Heintz, undergraduate;

Erin Kirk, undergraduate;

Brandon Koehler, undergraduate;

Anna Salerno, undergraduate, Sociology.

Holland Patent

Abram Snyder-Bellinger, undergraduate.

New Hartford

Alyssa Burline, undergraduate;

Natalie Burns, undergraduate;

Kiana Kennedy, undergraduate;

Lauren Kolek, undergraduate, Criminal Justice;

Brynn Stopczynski, graduate student, Public Health.

New York Mills

Max Goracy, undergraduate;

De’Janique Pettigrew, undergraduate.

Rome

John Adams, graduate student, Public Health Fundamentals and Principles;

John Buchanan, graduate student, English;

Jeremy Fargas, undergraduate;

Anthony Malloni, graduate student, Public Health;

Jalen Robertson, undergraduate.

Waterville

Kennedy Gillette, undergraduate.

Whitesboro

Lucas Casab, undergraduate; and

Wayne Williams, undergraduate student.

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