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Students Named Clarkson University Presidential Scholars

POTSDAM, NY — The following students have been named Presidential Scholars for the spring 2016 semester at Clarkson University:

Anthony J. Beers of Central Square, N.Y., a junior majoring in mechanical engineering.

Elizabeth Hazel Boulais of Fulton, N.Y., a sophomore majoring in chemical engineering.

Izzie Grace Bray of Lacona, N.Y., a senior majoring in physics.

Austin K. Donhauser of Fulton, N.Y., a sophomore majoring in civil engineering.

Gabrielle A. Griffin of Sterling, N.Y., a junior majoring in pre-physical therapy and psychology.

Benjamin G. Harrell of Oswego, N.Y., a sophomore majoring in civil engineering.

Althea R Henderson of Oswego, N.Y., a sophomore majoring in biomolecular science.

Eric Charles Hillpot of Pennellville, N.Y., a sophomore majoring in biology.

Olivia Mascaro of Central Square, N.Y., a junior majoring in political science and interdisciplinary social sciences.

Taylor B Montgomery of Oswego, N.Y., a sophomore majoring in global supply chain management.

Randall Francis Novak of Pulaski, N.Y., a sophomore majoring in civil engineering and environmental engineering.

Rachel Yerden of Redfield, N.Y., a sophomore majoring in chemical engineering.

Presidential Scholars must achieve a minimum 3.80 grade-point average and carry at least 14 credit hours.

Clarkson University educates the leaders of the global economy.

One in five alumni already leads as an owner, CEO, VP or equivalent senior executive of a company.

With its main campus located in Potsdam and additional graduate program and research facilities in the Capital Region and Beacon, New York, Clarkson is a nationally recognized research university with signature areas of academic excellence and research directed toward the world’s pressing issues.

Through more than 50 rigorous programs of study in engineering, business, arts, education, sciences and the health professions, the entire learning-living community spans boundaries across disciplines, nations and cultures to build powers of observation, challenge the status quo, and connect discovery and innovation with enterprise.