POTSDAM, NY – The following students received awards during the spring semester at Clarkson University:
Anna Guinta of Oswego, a senior majoring in environmental health and sciences:
Ise/Ehs Outstanding Service Award: This award is provided to the student who has provided outstanding support to the Institute for a Sustainable Environment in its many activities, including lab support, performance as a teaching assistant, and overall support of the Institute’s mission and goals.
Eric Charles Hillpot of Pennellville, a senior majoring in biology:
The Biology Department Outstanding Research Award: The recipient of this award is selected by consensus of the Biology Department faculty members. The award is given to a student who has done significant research as demonstrated by conference or seminar presentations, and who is completing a summary thesis or publication.
Althea R. Henderson of Fulton, a senior majoring in biomolecular science:
The Commendable Service Award For Seniors: A limited number of Commendable Service Awards are presented annually to freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, graduate students, faculty, staff and administration members who have demonstrated quality in service to their area/organization. The award candidate should be a well-rounded individual who excels in all aspects of college life and is especially dedicated to serving his or her organization.
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