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September 20, 2018

Area Residents Named to SUNY Cortland Fall 2011 Dean’s List


CORTLAND, NY  – The following area residents were named to the Dean’s List at SUNY Cortland for the Fall 2011 semester:

Scott Bullard, a sophomore Athletic Training major from Fulton, N.Y.

Alicia Lockwood, a senior Early Childhood/Childhood Education major from Fulton, N.Y.

Kyle Martin, a senior Political Science major from Fulton, N.Y.

Alicia Nipper, a senior Physical Education major from Fulton, N.Y.

Nicole Aylesworth, a junior Childhood Education major from Cato, N.Y.

James Lampman, a senior Kinesiology: Fitness Development major from Cato, N.Y.

Amos Webb, a freshman Kinesiology: Fitness Development major from Central Square, N.Y.

Jeremy West, a senior Physical Education major from Central Square, N.Y.

Emerald Brookins, a senior Adolescence Education: English major from Cleveland, N.Y.

Ronald Constanza, a senior Sport Management major from Hannibal, N.Y.

Christina Shannon, a senior Early Childhood Education major from Parish, N.Y.

Jennifer Fitzpatrick, a senior Recreation major from Phoenix, N.Y.

Brittani Sahm, a senior Sport Management major from Phoenix, N.Y.

Zachary Taillie, a sophomore Kinesiology: Fitness Development major from Phoenix, N.Y.

Emily Mullen, a sophomore Biology major from Sterling, N.Y.

Maxwell Parsons, a senior Athletic Training major from Sterling, N.Y.

Courtney Shoales, a junior Community Health major from West Monroe, N.Y.

Caryn Baxter, a junior Psychology major from Williamstown, N.Y.

Trisha Clark, a junior Physical Education major from Pulaski, N.Y.

Celia Douglass, a senior Inclusive Special Education major from Pulaski, N.Y.

Kristin Pulvermiller, a senior Early Childhood/Childhood Education major from Pulaski, N.Y.

Tricia Stevens, a senior Adolescence Education: Spanish major from Richland, N.Y.

Honorees must earn a grade point average of 3.3 or higher on a 4.0 scale, while completing 12 or more credit hours of classes during the semester.

More than 7,300 students are pursuing degrees within the College’s 61 undergraduate and 33 graduate academic majors. SUNY Cortland is home to the largest undergraduate teacher education program in the Northeast.

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