The following students from Northern New York were named presidential scholars for the spring semester at Clarkson University, Potsdam.

Adams Center

Gavin Prevatt, chemical engineering

Brownville

Emily Diefendorf, financial information and analysis

Camden

Mitchell Zhang, mechanical engineering

Canton

Sarah Dominy, global supply chain management

Ricky Howley, engineering and management

Galen Oey-Langen, biomolecular science

Carthage

Amanda Gaebel, civil engineering

Andrew Gaebel, civil engineering

Castorland

Chantal Gerow, civil engineering

Chazy

Phoebe Christopher, political science

Clayton

Sean Heagerty, electrical engineering

Colton

Summer Scovil, interdisciplinary social sciences

Rachael Vaccaro, psychology

Copenhagen

Hope Woodruff, chemical engineering

Glenfield

Patti-Ann Strait, psychology

Mariah Simons, biology

Nicholville

Megan Converse, biology

Lake Placid

Addie Friedlander, biology

Madrid

Austin Lanning, mechanical engineering

Massena

Kate Derouchie, psychology

Tyler Eddy, electrical engineering

Logan Flynn, business studies

Moira

Rachael Meacham, mechanical engineering

Rebecca Meacham, chemical engineering

Ogdensburg

Ian Morrow, chemical engineering

Paige Weston, biology

Parish

Mikenzie Barankovich, chemical engineering

Jenna Brockett, chemical engineering

Potsdam

Ashwin Ajit, computer science

William Bergan, business studies

Katie Colbert, psychology

Alison Ettinger-Delong, interdisciplinary liberal studies

Dominic Frascatore, chemistry

Izzi Grasso, computer science / data science

Claire Maciel, communication / interdisciplinary liberal studies

Clara Maine, computer science

Adam Romlein, computer engineering

Anise Sago, interdisciplinary liberal studies

Silas Smith, university studies

Zach Woods, mechanical engineering

Pulaski

Randall Novak, civil engineering / environmental engineering

Russell

Jason Burke, civil engineering

Saranac Lake

Phillip Buck, aeronautical engineering

Tupper Lake

Andrew Trudeau, biology

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