North Country residents named as presidential scholars at Clarkson University
Thursday, February 7, 2013 - 1:05 pm

POTSDAM -- The following students were named presidential scholars for the fall 2012 semester at Clarkson University.

• John Allison, a senior majoring in electrical engineering, from Potsdam.

• Molly Ball, a junior majoring in environmental science and policy, from Hammond.

• Benjamin J. Collard, a junior majoring in biology and pre-physical therapy, from Ogdensburg.

• Jessica Cunningham, a freshman majoring in biomolecular science, from Massena.

• Sara Deschaine, a The Clarkson School student majoring in biology, from Potsdam.

• Danielle A. Easton, a senior majoring in engineering and management, from Gouverneur.

• Bryant M. Farley, a freshman majoring in business studies, from Gouverneur.

• Rachel D. Fisher, a freshman majoring in biology, from Ogdensburg.

• Matthew J. Flynn, a junior majoring in political science, from Canton.

• Rachel E. Fulton, a junior majoring in history, from Colton.

• Emily A. Gonthier, a freshman majoring in environmental engineering, from Norfolk.

• Cassandra L. Grace, a sophomore majoring in business studies and pre-physical therapy, from Potsdam.

• Tyler D. Hitchman, a freshman majoring in biomolecular science, from Hannawa Falls.

• Crescent M. Islam, a senior majoring in biomolecular science, from Potsdam.

• Nicole R. Johnson, a senior majoring in global supply chain management, from Massena.

• Olivia M. Langevin, a sophomore majoring in biology and psychology, from Oswegatchie.

• Joseph A. Lestingi, a junior majoring in mechanical engineering, from Potsdam.

• Brad A. Mason, a junior majoring in global supply chain management, from Colton.

• Keagan M. McGovern, a senior majoring in mechanical engineering, from Canton.

• Kimberly Oakes, a freshman majoring in electrical engineering, from Brasher Falls.

• Alycia C. Short, a freshman majoring in biology, from Norfolk.

• Corey R. Snider, a sophomore majoring in engineering and management, from Massena.

• Claire M. Sweeney, a senior majoring in biology and pre-physical therapy, from Canton.

• Mitchell G. Tubbs, a sophomore majoring in computer engineering, from Massena.

• Ruisheng Wang, a junior majoring in mechanical engineering, from Potsdam.

Presidential Scholars must achieve a minimum 3.80 grade-point average and carry at least 14 credit hours.