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RIT Announces Spring 2016 Dean’s List

ROCHESTER, NY — The following local residents made the Dean’s List at Rochester Institute of Technology for the spring 2016 semester:

Hayden Avery of Oswego (13126), who is studying mechanical engineering.

Aaron Baxter of Oswego (13126), who is studying criminal justice.

Joshua Berlinski of Cato (13033), who is studying applied statistics and actuarial science.

Alaina Celeste of Oswego (13126), who is studying mechanical engineering.

Zachary Clark of Oswego (13126), who is studying information technology.

Cole Depuy of Fulton (13069), who is studying civil engineering technology.

Meagan Gage of Hannibal (13074), who is studying diagnostic medical sonography.

Madeline Galvin of Mexico (13114), who is studying industrial engineering.

David Hasto of Williamstown (13493), who is studying applied networking and systems administration.

Jonathan Kaplewicz of Oswego (13126), who is studying information technology.

Dallaslyn Lamb of Fulton (13069), who is studying film and animation.

Craig Lawton of Oswego (13126), who is studying environmental sustainability, health and safety.

Michael Leach of Pennellville (13132), who is studying furniture design.

Tyler Lisec of Oswego (13126), who is studying mechanical engineering.

Megan Mahaney of Oswego (13126), who is studying fine arts studio.

Jarrod Manwaring of Pulaski (13142), who is studying networking and systems administration.

David Mathes of Oswego (13126), who is studying packaging science.

Anthony Miuccio of Oswego (13126), who is studying mechanical engineering.

Sydney Ryan of Mexico (13114), who is studying packaging science.

Danielle Stone of Fulton (13069), who is studying electrical engineering.

Rachael Thormann of Williamstown (13493), who is studying computational mathematics.

Travis Whitaker of Mexico (13114), who is studying chemical engineering.

Nikolas Whiteside of Oswego (13126), who is studying game design and development.

Degree-seeking undergraduate students are eligible for Dean’s List if their term GPA is greater than or equal to 3.400; they do not have any grades of “Incomplete,” “D” or “F” and they have registered for, and completed, at least 12 credit hours.

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