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Local students on SUNY Oswego President’s List

OSWEGO, NY – Several area residents have been named to the President’s List for the spring semester at SUNY Oswego.

Showing academic achievement, with their class year and major in parentheses, are:

Randy Kieffer of County Route 65 in Bernhards Bay (senior, operations management and information systems)

David Owens of State Route 370 in Cato (junior, art)

Page Owens of State Route 370 in Cato (senior, childhood education)

Audrey Stryker of Hillview Drive in Cato (junior, biology)

William Cook of U.S. Route 11 in Central Square (senior, public justice)

Julie English of Dry Bridge Road in Central Square (senior, wellness management)

Elizabeth Jenners of Kellar Road in Central Square (senior, childhood education)

Clayton Munger of North Main Street in Central Square (senior, creative writing)

Laura Murtha of County Route 33 in Central Square (senior, adolescence education)

Bethany Piquet of North Auringer Road in Constantia (senior, public justice)

Clarissa Bawarski of Cedar Street in Fulton (junior, theatre)

Noah Carroll of Hannibal Street in Fulton (senior, wellness management)

Rachel Cary of West First Street South in Fulton (senior, biology)

Tyler Crandell of Stoney Robbey Road in Fulton (junior, marketing)

Brittani Danquer of Hawthorne Road in Fulton (senior, public relations)

Joshua Drake of State Route 3 in Fulton (senior, biology)

Alyssa Gauthier of Silk Road in Fulton (senior, teaching English to speakers of other languages)

Casey Holden of West Fourth Street North in Fulton (sophomore, public justice)

Brittany McCann of Chipper Drive in Fulton (senior, art)

Anika Perkins of County Route 35 in Fulton (senior, wellness management)

Brittanie Rose of Cole Road in Fulton (senior, childhood education)

Dustin Trimble of State Route 3 in Fulton (junior, business administration)

Rose Ward of Voorhees Street in Fulton (senior, accounting)

Bethany McMillen of Wiltsieville Road in Hannibal (senior, biology)

Allyssa Harmer of Skylane Drive in Hastings (senior, accounting)

Heather Bianco of Fintches Corners Road in Martville (senior, childhood education)

Tara Fleming of Hamilton Street in Mexico (senior, applied mathematical economics)

Logan Killian of Fravor Road in Mexico (junior, public justice)

Nicholas Powers of Pumphouse Road in Mexico (senior, physics)

Holly Rhoads of Lee Road in Mexico (senior, childhood education)

Jacob Sciortino of Munger Hill Road in Mexico (senior, political science)

Jonathan Silva of State Route 3 in Mexico (senior, public justice)

Bianca Slivinski of Green Road in Mexico (senior, childhood education)

Jason Snider of Wayne Street in Mexico (junior, history)

Hannah Valentino of County Route 6 in Mexico (sophomore, biochemistry)

Emily Yerdon of County Route 64 in Mexico (sophomore, childhood education)

Ryan Pekarek of P.O. Box 136 in Minetto (senior, art)

Karly Babcock of East Eighth Street in Oswego (senior, childhood education)

Laura Brazak of County Route 20 in Oswego (senior, political science)

Brittany Burns of Parkhurst Road in Oswego (senior, psychology)

Anne Cali of West Third Street in Oswego (senior, human development)

Shannon Cilento of Leavitt Road in Oswego (junior, global and international studies)

Adam Clawson of West Albany Street in Oswego (senior, psychology)

Luzmaria Cruz of West Oneida Street in Oswego (senior, art)

Danielle Currier of County Route 1 in Oswego (junior, English)

Kristan Davis of Hillcrest Drive in Oswego (junior, communication and social interaction)

Emily DiFabio of County Route 53 in Oswego (senior, childhood education)

Paul DiVita of West Myers Road in Oswego (senior, business administration)

Joseph Fitzsimmons of East Bridge Street in Oswego (senior, information science)

Luke Hinman of West Third Street in Oswego (senior, information science)

George Hort of Phillips Road in Oswego (junior, psychology)

Taisha Laird of Swift Street in Oswego (junior, graphic design)

Danielle Limer-Nies of Birch Lane in Oswego (senior, global and international studies)

Andrew Maczonis of West Fifth Street in Oswego (sophomore, accounting)

Jordan Mangano of West Fifth Street in Oswego (senior, adolescence education)

Kali Purt of Lakeshore Spur Road in Oswego (senior, business administration)

Theodore Reifke of Oconnor Road in Oswego (senior, risk management insurance)

Zachariah Schrecengost of County Route 4 in Oswego (senior, computer science)

Kayla Skipper of County Route 85 in Oswego (junior, human development)

Brittany Sperino Horsford of West Third Street in Oswego (senior, creative writing)

Kassidy Thomas of West Third Street in Oswego (junior, public justice)

Ethan Walker of County Route 4 in Oswego (sophomore, biochemistry)

Kevin Wiltsie of County Route 4 in Oswego (junior, psychology)

Martin Dann of French Street in Parish (sophomore, physics)

Aericka Pawlikowski of County Route 58 in Parish (senior, anthropology)

Michael Peters of Kipp Road in Parish (sophomore, political science)

Alysia Schreyer of Dutch Hill Road in Parish (junior, psychology)

Mary Bergman of County Route 6 in Phoenix (senior, wellness management)

Thomas Huffaker of Frenchmans Creek Drive in Phoenix (sophomore, information science)

Kenneth Roffo of Wallace Road in Phoenix (junior, physics)

Danielle Aguilar of Lake Street in Pulaski (senior, accounting)

Andi Lebeau of County Route 62 in Pulaski (senior, anthropology)

Students who achieve grade averages of 3.80 and above on the 4.00 scale are named to the President’s List, the top 8.3 percent of Oswego students.

Admission to SUNY Oswego is competitive. U.S. News Media Group counts SUNY Oswego among the top public regional universities in the North for 2013, and the Princeton Review includes Oswego in its 2013 college guidebook “The Best Northeastern Colleges,” as well as its 2013 list of “best value” colleges and universities nationally.

A 152-year-old comprehensive college in the State University of New York system, Oswego enrolls about 8,000 students in its College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; School of Business; School of Communication, Media and the Arts; and School of Education.

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