Students graduate from Clarkson University

Clarkson University awarded over 750 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees to students from 27 states, 22 countries and 57 New York state counties, this spring. (An additional 338 students received degrees this past winter and summer.)

The ceremonies included several awards and a surprise guest speaker, NY Sen. Chuck Schumer.

Alison Davis of Brewerton received a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering, computer science minor.

Matthew D’Angelo of Cleveland received a bachelor of science degree with distinction in civil engineering.

Katherine Tulowiecki of Hastings received a bachelor of science degree in biology.

Randall Novak of Pulaski received a bachelor of science degree with great distinction in environmental engineering, civil engineering, mathematics minor.

Samantha Corcoran of Pulaski received a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering.

Althea Henderson of Fulton received a bachelor of science degree in biomolecular science, biology.

Elizabeth Boulais of Fulton received a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering.

Madden Rowlee of Fulton received a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering, business minor.

Mark Taormina of Oswego received a bachelor of science degree with great distinction in communication.

Taylor Montgomery of Oswego received a bachelor of science degree with great distinction in global supply chain management, project management minor.

Carrie Yurkon of Oswego received a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering, mathematics minor, biomedical engineering minor.

Collin Reff of Richland received a bachelor of science degree in physics, electrical engineering minor, mathematics minor.

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