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Potsdam names top students

POTSDAM - The State University of New York at Potsdam recently honored students who excelled academically in the Fall 2010 semester, by naming 850 students to the President's List.

The students included:

Luke Barber, a Philosophy major from Tupper Lake; Mackenzie Bencze, a Community Health major from Tupper Lake; Brooke Chartier, a Literature/Writing major from Tupper Lake; Alisha Courtney, a Childhood/Early Child Ed major from Tupper Lake; Kathleen Guiney, a Childhood/Early Child Ed major from Tupper Lake; Amanda Jones, a Literature/Writing major from Bloomingdale; Rachel King, an Art Studio major from Tupper Lake; Brittany Pratt, a Childhood/Early Child Ed major from Bloomingdale; Megan Crowningshield, a Sociology major from Elizabethtown; Kaitlyn Gibson, a Sociology major from Elizabethtown; Chelsea Hughes, a Psychology major from Elizabethtown; Stephanie Marcotte, a Mathematics major from Willsboro; Darren McGreevy, a Physics major from Wilmington; Daniel Mitchell, a Business Administration (BS) major from Elizabethtown; Joshua Mowery, a Business Administration (BS) major from Elizabethtown; Madeline Phillips, a Spanish major from New Russia; Trever Sheehan, a French major from Jay

To achieve the honor of being on the President's List, each student must have satisfactorily completed 12 numerically graded semester hours that semester with a minimum grade point average of between 3.5.

SUNY Potsdam also recently honored students who excelled academically in the Fall 2010 semester, by naming more than 400 students to the Dean's List. The students include: Richard Cerminara, a Business Administration (BS) major from Vermontville; Renee Cloutier, a Psychology major from Tupper Lake; Megan Fortier, a Literature/Writing major from Tupper Lake; Jennifer Friend, a Biology major from Tupper Lake; Robert Kristoffersen, a Business Administration (BS) major from Tupper Lake; and Nicole Saltis, a Psychology major from Bloomingdale.

To achieve the honor of being on the Dean's List, each student must have satisfactorily completed 12 numerically graded semester hours that semester with a grade point average of between 3.25 and 3.49.

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