Students named to Clarkson University dean’s list

POTSDAM — The following local students have been named to the dean’s list for the fall 2020 semester at Clarkson University:

Rocco Cannata III of Brewerton, a senior majoring in mechanical engineering.

Zachary Mayer of Brewerton, a junior majoring in mechanical engineering.

Taylor R. Wicks of Brewerton, a senior majoring in psychology.

Chris Blount of Sandy Creek, a junior majoring in engineering and management.

Sarah Dahar of Oswego, a senior majoring in chemical engineering.

Josh Joseph Dynka of Central Square, a senior majoring in chemical engineering.

Abigail Frances Faul of Oswego, a freshman majoring in biology.

Makenna Elizabeth Gadway of Bernhards Bay, a sophomore majoring in mechanical engineering.

Chloe Harvey of Oswego, a senior majoring in biology.

Gwynneth Howell of Sterling, a junior majoring in mechanical engineering.

Connor Robert Joyce of Oswego, a junior majoring in innovation and entrepreneurship.

Alexander Paul Koproski of Oswego, a freshman majoring in engineering and management.

John Roger Pluff of Parish, a sophomore majoring in physics.

Connor Raham of Pulaski, a senior majoring in mechanical engineering.

Cassie Romeo of Oswego, a junior majoring in computer engineering.

Skyler Carlee Strobel of Sterling, a junior majoring in chemical engineering.

Ella B. Wolf of Constantia, a freshman majoring in computer engineering.

Dean’s list students must achieve a minimum 3.25 grade-point average and also carry at least 14 credit hours.

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