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Local students on SUNY Oswego honor rolls


SUNY Oswego recently recognized Dutchess County residents as high academic achievers on its President’s List and Deans’ List for the fall 2020 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:


  • Sarah S. Berns, Red Hook, public relations

  • Hunter L. Cole, Tivoli, business administration

  • Ian Cooper, Hyde Park, vocational teacher preparation

  • Myra J. Jensen, Poughquag, public relations

  • Anna Makara, Poughkeepsie, chemistry

  • Samantha M. Pacheco, Wappingers Falls, online public relations

  • Lillian M. Pavord, Rhinebeck, biology


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:


  • Julianna Brophy, Wingdale, biology

  • Franklin J. Camacho, Poughkeepsie, computer science

  • Amanda M. Carvo, Hopewell Junction, childhood education

  • Megan L. Craig, Pine Plains, studio art – illustration

  • Adrian Cruz, Rhinebeck, psychology

  • Byron Davis, Poughkeepsie, criminal justice

  • Alyssa M. DeMichael, Wappingers Falls, wellness management

  • Bradley T. Holen, Rhinebeck, graphic design

  • G Lamoree, Wappingers Falls, marketing

  • Kaitlyn M. Lemmey, Hopewell Jct, business administration

  • Michelle E. Lent, Hopewell Junction, human resource management

  • Allison E. Loeffel, Red Hook, human development

  • Jeremy M. Lynch, Fishkill, broadcasting and mass communication, cinema and screen studies

  • Christian J. McCarthy, Pawling, finance

  • Amber C. Porro, Hopewell Junction, business administration

  • Leticia M. Preciado, Dover Plains, zoology

  • Tyler R. Reschke, Hopewell Junction, marketing, finance

  • Sean M. Rivituso, Fishkill, history

  • Isabella Sanabria, Stormville, marketing

  • Ian G. Sheraden, Hyde Park, adolescence education

  • Katherine M. Speed, Poughkeepsie, meteorology

  • Claudia Steckmeister, Fishkill, zoology

  • Imani K. Tate, Pawling, business administration, finance

  • Tristan Telesfort, Poughquag, global and international studies


SUNY Oswego enrolls nearly 8,000 students in more than 110 academic majors 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.