SUNY ONEONTA

Nick Baker of Cooperstown is getting hands-on lab experience through a summer research project at SUNY Oneonta. According to a media release, the biochemistry junior and Assistant Professor Ron Bishop (chemistry and biochemistry) are studying the interactions of Marcellus shale and hydrofracking chemicals in an effort to better understand the rock’s buffering capacity. 

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

Kyle T. Meyer of Cooperstown was named to the spring semester dean’s list honors at Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island.

EMERSON COLLEGE

Kaitlin Curtis of Cooperstown, a marketing communications student, was honored at the 39th annual EVVY Awards presented online by Boston’s Emerson College on May 29.

Modeled after the Oscars and Emmys, award categories included projects in journalism, theater, post production and audio, communications and marketing, performance writing, television and film. 

PURCHASE COLLEGE

The following area students were named to the spring semester dean’s list at Purchase College. Christian Alexander and Lydia Williams, both of Cooperstown and Milleta Andela of Richfield Springs. 

SUNY DELHI

The following area students graduated from SUNY Delhi in a virtual ceremony held June 27. Karen Armao of Worcester received a master’s degree in nursing administration. Ava Baker of Cooperstown received an associate degree in nursing. Carmen Booan of Cooperstown received an associate degree in mechatronics design. Ronnie Hamic of New Berlin received an associate degree in electrical construction & instrumentation. Brett Hanslmaier of New Berlin received an associate degree in culinary arts. Neil Palmatier of Hartwick received a bachelor’s degree in information technology management. Alisia Pierce of Cooperstown received an associate degree in nursing. Liza Rathbun of Cooperstown received an associate degree in nursing. Nicholas Robinson of West Winfield received an associate degree in electrical construction & instrumentation. Courtney Smith of Milford received a bachelor’s degree in nursing. Amy Townsend of Cooperstown received a bachelor’s degree in nursing. Joseph Zaengle of Cooperstown received an associate degree in nursing.

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