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SUNY Adirondack announces Spring 2014 President's List
(QUEENSBURY, NY – May 29, 2014) – SUNY Adirondack President Dr. Kristine D. Duffy has announced the recipients of the College’s President’s List honoring those full-time students who maintained 4.0 grade-point averages for the Spring 2014 semester.
A full-time student is defined as a student who is carrying twelve or more credits.
The following students were honored for this accomplishment:
Argyle – Robert Arnold, Melanie Marino, Kathryn McGeoch and Matthew Stevens.
Ballston Spa – Steven Koebrich and Morgan Woodcock.
Brant Lake – Nathaniel Burke.
Buskirk – Renee Markowicz-Yattaw.
Cambridge – Kiley Merecki.
Corinth – Samantha Eggleston.
Fort Edward – Ronald White.
Gansevoort – Brittany Law.
Glens Falls – Andre Brown, Sandra Bushey, Christopher Charpentier, Charles Harrington and Jason Porter.
Granville – Stephanie Kilburn and Diane Roy.
Greenfield Center – Tyler Elliott.
Hudson Falls – Elicia Trello.
Lake George – Elizabeth Belyea and Courtney Oswald.
Lake Luzerne – Shelby Backus.
Newcomb – Mechelle Roy.
Paradox – Holly Bruce.
Queensbury – Jeremy Brown, Shelby Driscoll, Daniel Gaiser, Jacey Graywolf, Alana Keane, Bryce Lipinski, Nathan Lowell, Kate Mu, Hahnah Saroff and Kaiya Tamlyn.
Salem – Damon Krach.
Saratoga Springs – Amie Bossong, Nathan Rhyne, Daniel Roll, Lindsey Sabatka, and Devon Stegman.
South Glens Falls – Evelyn DeSantis and Megan Tracy.
Warrensburg – Nastassia Wescott.
Whitehall – Ashley Bakemeier and Keri Trevellyan.
Woodbourne – Julian Giaimo.
Orlando, FL – Brooke Rappaport.
With locations in Queensbury, Wilton, and online, SUNY Adirondack is a growing campus of the nation’s largest university, the State University of New York. SUNY Adirondack serves students via its credit and Continuing Education programs.