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Area students named to Dean’s List at Paul Smith’s College

PAUL SMITHS, NY – The following area students were named to the Dean’s List at Paul Smith’s College during the spring 2013 semester. Each earned a semester average of 3.3 or higher to receive this distinction:

Claire Atkinson of Pulaski, N.Y.; Atkinson majors in fisheries and wildlife sciences. Atkinson was also named an Adirondack Scholar, having achieved a cumulative average of at least 3.8.

Ashlee Danley of Fulton, N.Y.; Danley majors in baking and pastry arts. Danley was also named an Adirondack Scholar, having achieved a cumulative average of at least 3.8.

Richard DeLong of Mexico, N.Y.; DeLong majors in integrated studies. DeLong was also named an Adirondack Scholar, having achieved a cumulative average of at least 3.8.

Rebecca Forman of West Monroe, N.Y.; Forman majors in hotel, resort and tourism management. Forman was also named an Adirondack Scholar, having achieved a cumulative average of at least 3.8.

Jacqueline Martin of Fulton, N.Y.; Martin majors in culinary arts. Martin was also named an Adirondack Scholar, having achieved a cumulative average of at least 3.8.

Colin Etherington of Oswego, N.Y.; Etherington majors in environmental science.

Anthony Filiberto of Central Square, N.Y.; Filiberto majors in hotel, resort and tourism management.

Gabrielle Filiberto of Central Square, N.Y.; Filiberto majors in hotel, resort and tourism management.

Patrick Hanks of Pulaski, N.Y.; Hanks majors in hotel, resort and tourism management.

Brandon Horner of Phoenix, N.Y.; Horner majors in culinary arts and service management.

Brandon Morey of West Monroe, N.Y.; Morey majors in biology.

Kyle Nellis of Lacona, N.Y.; Nellis majors in fisheries and wildlife sciences.

About Paul Smith’s College

At Paul Smith’s College, it’s about the experience. The college, which is on the shores of Lower St. Regis Lake, is the only four-year institution of higher education in the 6-million-acre Adirondack Park of New York State. Our programs, in fields including hospitality, culinary arts, forestry, natural resources, entrepreneurship, the sciences, and several others, draw on industries and resources available in our own backyard while preparing students for successful careers anywhere. On the Web: www.paulsmiths.edu