Education news in brief
Students to attend Clarkson University
POTSDAM — The following are students who will be attending Clarkson University, St. Lawrence County, in the fall as members of the class of 2025.
Brianna Bruce of Dolgeville, will be majoring in chemistry.
Grace Hoffman of Nelliston, will be majoring in innovation and entrepreneurship.
Becca Kaminski of Amsterdam, will be majoring in civil engineering.
Olivia Kennedy of Fort Plain, will be majoring in mechanical engineering.
Parslow graduates from Emporia Univ.
EMPORIA, Kan. — Emily Lynn Parslow of Fonda, recently graduated from Emporia State University with a master’s degree in health, physical education and recreation.
Students graduate from SUNY Canton
CANTON — The following students recently graduated from the State University of New York at Canton, St. Lawrence County.
Isabel S. Gonzalez and Kayla R. Traskos, both of Amsterdam, both earned an associate of applied science in veterinary science technology.
Ian R. Halloran of Broadalbin, an associate of occupational studies in heating, ventilation, air conditioning trades.
Gregory S. Reid of Dolgeville, a bachelor of business administration in management.
Daniel Brown, mechanical engineering technology, and Allison M. Ramsey, graphic and multimedia design, both a bachelor’s degree and both of Fort Plain.
Kendrick Jackson, an associate of applied science degree in criminal justice, and Kimberly A. Simpson, a bachelor of business administration in finance, both of Gloversville.
Addison C. Nellis, a bachelor of business administration in sports management, and Allison Ricci, a bachelor’s degree in criminal investigation, both of Johnstown.
Gina M. Insogna of Northville, a bachelor’s degree in legal studies.
Emily Oeser of Palatine Bridge, a bachelor’s degree in game design and development.
Seth D. Bly of St. Johnsville, a bachelor’s degree in civil and environmental engineering technology.
Rachel Schlicht of Sprakers, an associate of applied science and a bachelor’s degrees in veterinary science technology and veterinary technology.
Students named to Hamilton dean’s list
CLINTON — The following students were named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Hamilton College, St. Lawrence County.
Amanda Clifford of Esperance, Schoharie County, a sophomore, is a graduate of Fonda-Fultonville Central High School.
Avery Cook of Fonda, recently graduated and majored in creative writing.
Quinn Jones of Fort Plain, a junior, majoring in government and Hispanic studies, is a graduate of Fort Plain Central School.
To be named to the dean’s list, a student must have carried throughout the semester a course load of four or more graded credits with an average of 3.5 or above.