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Wayne County students on SUNY Oswego honor rolls

SUNY Oswego recently recognized several Wayne County residents as high academic achievers on its President’s List and Deans’ List for the spring 2022 semester.

President’s List students are those attaining semester grade-point averages of 3.8 or higher while carrying required academic credits. Students on the President’s List include:

  • Natiley Allen, Macedon, zoology
  • Cydney J. Gromoske, Clyde, art
  • Melanie M. Higgins, Lyons, broadcasting and mass communication
  • Megan R. Jock, Wolcott, cinema and screen studies, English
  • Marisa J. Mucci, Walworth, graphic design
  • Brian J. Noger, Williamson, accounting
  • Alexis N. O’Neil, Lyons, childhood education
  • Maisie D. Powers, Clyde, childhood education
  • Sabrena N. Sauve, Lyons, criminal justice
  • Rosalie T. Siracuse, Walworth, teaching English to speakers of other languages, linguistics

Deans’ List students are those attaining semester grade-point averages between 3.3 and 3.79 while carrying required academic credits. Students on the Deans’ List include:

  • Cody Adair, Ontario, sociology, political science
  • Phillip Carrigan, Clyde, business administration (online) 
  • Peyton N. Daeffler, Macedon, wellness management 
  • Maliq Gilliam, Sodus, human development 
  • Justin R. Harter, Ontario, political science 
  • Yessemili C. Hernandez, Newark, adolescence education, Spanish
  • Kerel Kelly, Lyons, marketing 
  • Ella K. Lester, Lyons, broadcasting and mass communication 
  • Rylee T. Lisieski, Williamson, zoology, illustration
  • Ignacio R. Mateo, Clyde, broadcasting and mass communication 
  • Peter W. McDorman, North Rose, graphic design 
  • Cassie L. Prinsen, Macedon, Spanish, English
  • Zachary R. Rodrick, Newark, broadcasting and mass communication 
  • Sean E. Schukraft, Walworth, software engineering 
  • Aria Smith, Lyons, business administration 
  • Ethan J. Sonneville, Williamson, computer science, information science
  • Hannah Ward, Wolcott, public relations 

SUNY Oswego is a 161-year-old comprehensive college in the State University of New York system. The college enrolls more than 7,000 students in more than 170 academic programs across its College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; School of Business; School of Communication, Media and the Arts; and School of Education. For more information, visit oswego.edu.



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