Students make Herkimer list

HERKIMER – Herkimer College recently awarded academic honors to 491 students for the fall 2014 semester. Of those students awarded honors, 320 were named to the dean’s list for earning a grade-point average between 3.25 and 3.79.

Local students include:

Robert J. Cobb Jr. of Dolgeville, business: business administration.

Shane E. Conklin of Fort Plain, computer network technician.

Maxamillian U. Crawford of Dolgeville, computer network technician.

Darin Adam Darling of Dolgeville, business: business administration

Marcus Todd Failing of Fort Plain, liberal arts and sciences: general studies.

Michael James Fancher of Gloversville, liberal arts and sciences: general studies.

Elijah N. Hill of Johnstown, digital filmmaking.

Thomas Alson Smith II of Gloversville, criminal justice: forensic investigations.

Matthew Charles Harvey VanValkenburgh Jr. of Johnstown, radio-television broadcasting.

Kelsey L. Bombard of St. Johnsville, liberal arts and sciences: general studies.

Alexis Christine Capasso of Gloversville, business: sports and recreation management.

Cara Lynn Clouthier of Canajoharie, business: sports and recreation management.

Cassandra Marie Daley of Dolgeville, business: marketing.

Sarah Kathryn Denero of Fultonville, liberal arts and sciences: science.

Breanna Mae Dunn of Dolgeville, liberal arts and sciences: science.

Devon E. Fahy of Fort Plain, liberal arts and sciences: general studies.

Kari L. Foster of Dolgeville, business: accounting.

Caitlyn Emery-Louise Frye of Broadalbin, criminal justice: forensic investigations.

Heather Hoffman of Inlet, criminal justice: economic crime.

Rebecca Ann Loucks of Cherry Valley, liberal arts and sciences: science.

Megan Nicole Moore of Gloversville, human services.

Samantha Marie Rackmyre of St. Johnsville, communication arts: music industry.

Tamara Taylor Romeyn of Fort Plain, business: business administration.

Sydney M. Stanley of Esperance, business: business administration.

Lindsay Catherine Therrien of Johnstown, liberal arts and sciences: social science.

Korena Danielle Thornton of Johnstown, criminal justice: crime and intelligence analysis.

Samantha June Ward of Dolgeville, criminal justice: crime and intelligence analysis.