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Students Named to Clarkson University Dean’s List

POTSDAM, NY – The following students have been named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2014 semester at Clarkson University:

Monica M. George of Oswego, N.Y., a junior majoring in chemical engineering.

Daniel M. Wahl of Fulton, N.Y., a junior majoring in chemical engineering.

Kasey P. McConnell of Pulaski, N.Y., a senior majoring in communication.

Zara L. Schmidt of Mexico, N.Y., a junior majoring in digital arts and sciences.

Joseph J. Dobiac of Pulaski, N.Y., a senior majoring in electrical engineering.

Emily A. Baum of Martville, N.Y., a senior majoring in engineering and management.

James E. Godzwon of Constantia, N.Y., a sophomore majoring in engineering and management.

Tyler M. Virkler of Phoenix, N.Y., a junior majoring in engineering and management.

Joshua Dean Williams of Cleveland, N.Y., a sophomore majoring in engineering and management.

Daniel I. Bellinger of Pulaski, N.Y., a senior majoring in environmental science and policy.

Samantha M. Muller of Hastings, N.Y., a senior majoring in innovation and entrepreneurship.

Colton J. Braun of Fulton, N.Y., a sophomore majoring in mechanical engineering.

Keefe Ryan Wallace of Cato, N.Y., a sophomore majoring in mechanical engineering.

Jacob Sereno of Oswego, N.Y., a junior majoring in psychology.

Brian J. Garrett of Phoenix, N.Y., a sophomore majoring in software engineering.

Dean’s List students must achieve a minimum 3.25 grade-point average and also carry at least 14 credit hours.

Clarkson University launches leaders into the global economy. One in five alumni already leads as a CEO, VP or equivalent senior executive of a company. Located just outside the Adirondack Park in Potsdam, N.Y., Clarkson is a nationally recognized research university for undergraduates with select graduate programs in signature areas of academic excellence directed toward the world’s pressing issues. Through 50 rigorous programs of study in engineering, business, arts, sciences and health sciences, 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 engineering innovation with enterprise.