Joseph Dibble of West Winfield and Toby Harmon of Hartwick were named to the Clarkson University spring semester president’s list and named to the dean’s list were Hannah Marie Gigliotti of West Winfield and James Wait of Cherry Valley.
The Otsego County Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution recently presented Good Citizen awards to Rebecca Marmorato, a senior at Cooperstown Central School and Samantha Harvey, a senior at Milford Central School.
The DAR bases its Good Citizen award on dependability, service, leadership and patriotism. The award consists of a pin, certificate and check that recipients are to use toward furthering their educations.
Kyle Amsden of Cooperstown was named to the dean’s list at SUNY Buffalo for the spring semester.
The following area students graduated from Clarkson University in Potsdam.
Albert D. Wait of Cherry Valley received a Bachelor of Science degree with distinction in environmental engineering, civil engineering.
James Reynolds Wait of Cherry Valley received a Bachelor of Science degree with distinction in physics.
Jacob Eric Kroll of Richfield Springs received a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering.
Although government directives prevented Clarkson from having its usual May commencement celebrations in Potsdam, the university’s plan is to host on-campus commencement ceremonies on Aug. 15, with the finalization of those plans by June 30, based on health directives at that time.
UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT
Emilia Dolan of Cooperstown was awarded her degree during the University of Vermont’s 220th commencement ceremonies.
The academic achievements of the class were saluted online with remarks from UVM President Suresh Garimella, Vermont Governor Phil Scott and university and state leaders.
Carson Haney of Hartwick graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in communication science and disorders and a minor in psychology on May 9, from Nazareth College in Rochester.
PAUL SMITH’S COLLEGE
Matthew Merritt of West Winfield was awarded a bachelor’s degree in natural resource conversation and management from Paul Smith’s College on May 9.