POTSDAM, NY — The following Clarkson University students received awards at the annual University Recognition Day ceremony in April.
Danielle Faivusof Oswego, N.Y., a senior majoring in biology and psychology, received the following awards:
Biology Department Outstanding Leadership & Service Award: Given to the biology major who has demonstrated outstanding participation in departmental events and leadership in campus organizations. The recipient will receive a monetary award and have his/her name engraved upon a plaque that is on display in the Department of Biology.
Kyle J. Connellyof Bernhards Bay, N.Y., a senior majoring in mathematics, received the following awards:
The R. Gerald Bradshaw Award in Computer Science: Given to the junior computer science major who has made a noteworthy contribution in computer science while at Clarkson.
Allison Faye Pandichof Constantia, N.Y., a sophomore majoring in communication, received the following awards:
The Communication & Media Sophmore Award: This award is given to a sophomore with the highest GPA average in his or her Communication courses. The recipient is presented with a commemorative certificate.
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