Over two dozens St. Lawrence County residents named presidential scholars at Clarkson University
Wednesday, June 14, 2017 - 8:53 am

POTSDAM -- The following students have been named presidential scholars for the spring semester at Clarkson University.

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

Charlie Edward Anderson of Parishville, a sophomore majoring in civil engineering.

Robert Ethan Cameron of Massena, a senior majoring in civil engineering.

Rory S Corcoran of Massena, a senior majoring in financial information and analysis.

Andrew Couperus of Ogdensburg, a senior majoring in physics.

Nicholas A. Crawford of Ogdensburg, a senior majoring in civil engineering.

Taylor Marie Dawley of Canton, a junior majoring in pre-physical therapy and psychology.

Tyler Eddy of Harrisville, a sophomore majoring in electrical engineering.

Mike Gagliardi of Canton, a sophomore majoring in financial information and analysis.

Felix Grimberg of Potsdam, a senior majoring in environmental engineering.

Leesa Isereau of Gouverneur, a junior majoring in electrical engineering.

Jason Jemison of Potsdam, a freshman majoring in computer engineering.

Marissa E. Manley of Massena, a senior majoring in global supply chain management.

Abigail V Matthews of Massena, a junior majoring in computer science / digital arts and sciences.

Chelsea Rae Mayo of Potsdam, a freshman majoring in psychology.

Austin John Milone of Harrisville, a sophomore majoring in political science.

Hunter D. Quant of Norwood, a senior majoring in computer science.

Adam J Romlein of Potsdam, a sophomore majoring in computer engineering.

Justin Andrew Ross of Ogdensburg, a junior majoring in mechanical engineering.

Arielle Alyse Stoian of Potsdam, a senior majoring in biology.

Emily Ann Sullivan of Norwood, a senior majoring in environmental health science.

Jeremy O. Teed of Potsdam, a senior majoring in environmental health science.

Kelsey Lynn Travis of Potsdam, a senior majoring in biology.

Jeremy Christopher Tremper of Parishville, a junior majoring in civil engineering.

Amanda R. Wells of Potsdam, a senior majoring in innovation and entrepreneurship.

Paige A. Weston of Ogdensburg, a sophomore majoring in biology and pre-physical therapy.