Binghamton honors

These local students received academic honors from Binghamton University by making the university's dean's list for the Spring 2013 semester:

Casey A. Becerra of Altamont, at the at the Harpur College of Arts and Sciences;

Joshua S. Turner of Voorheesville, at the Harpur College of Arts and Sciences;

Ryan S. Ference of Slingerlands, at the Harpur College of Arts and Sciences;

Sara E. Nelson of Schenectady, at the Harpur College of Arts and Sciences;

Benjamin Michael Laraway of Altamont, at the Harpur College of Arts and Sciences;

Lawrence Joseph Jasenski of Schenectady, at the Harpur College of Arts and Sciences;

Elizabeth R. Drooby of Schenectady, at the Harpur College of Arts and Sciences;

Joshua R. Kraushaar of Slingerlands, at the Harpur College of Arts and Sciences;

Lawrence Paul Gerchikov of Slingerlands, at the Harpur College of Arts and Sciences;

Mercedes Jade Domian of Schenectady, at the Harpur College of Arts and Sciences;

Erika R. Niner of Voorheesville, at the School of Management;

Arianna Dianne Sokaris of Slingerlands, at the Decker School of Nursing;

Michael John Costello of Slingerlands, at the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Science;

Erin Catherine Barnes of Schenectady, at the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Science;

Matthew E. Reiss of Schenectady, at the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Science; and

Kevin D. Quinn of Berne, at the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Science.

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