Oswego dean's list for the fall 2014 semester

These local students have been named to the dean’s list for the fall 2014 semester at the State University of New York College at Oswego, with a grade-point average of 3.30 to 3.79:

Rachel M. Armony of Altamont, a freshman who hasn’t declared her major;

Carmella Genovesi of Altamont, a freshman who hasn’t declared her major;

Ashley T. O'Brien of Altamont, a senior in biology;

Justine T. Polonski of Altamont, a junior in journalism;

Andrew J. Baumgras of Delmar, a senior in creative writing;

Ronald J. Diego of Delmar, a sophomore in adolescence education;

Kristen A. Durlacher of Delmar, a sophomore in wellness management;

Brianna E. Ferrara of Delmar, a freshman in public relations;

Anthony E. Gornic of Delmar, a senior in creative writing;

Keith C. Martin of Delmar, a sophomore in software engineering;

Andrew J. Boyea of Schenectady, a senior in creative writing;

Gabrielle P. Domian of Schenectady, a sophomore in business administration;

Brandon R. Hoenig of Schenectady, a senior in business administration;

Daniel H. Lonky of Schenectady, a senior in broadcasting and mass communication;

Emily C. Sischo of Schenectady, a junior in political science;

Thomas R. Benson of Slingerlands, a senior in finance;

Robert J. Davies of Slingerlands, a senior in business administration;

Rhianna M. Franchini of Slingerlands, a sophomore in political science;

Joseph S. Hoffman of Slingerlands, a junior in marketing; and

Liam A. Bader of Voorheesville, a sophomore in creative writing.

More Student Kudos

  • These local students were named to the dean’s list from their college or university for the spring 2020 semester:
     

    — Jack Andrew of Schenectady, at State University of New York Morrisville, with a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher; and

  • GUILDERLAND — Alyssa Grogan, of Guilderland, earned a Ph.D. in molecular medicine from the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She successfully defended her thesis, “Investigating the pathophysiological significance of obscurin immunoglobulin domains lg58/59 in the heart.”

  • GUILDERLAND — Four Guilderland students have been recognized by the New York State School Music Association for their exemplary performances and were selected for the NYSSMA Conference All-State Music Ensembles:

    — Morgan Dempsey in Mixed Chorus;

    — Aidan Doyle in Instrumental Jazz;

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