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SUNY Canton Students Inducted into Golden Key Honour Society

Wednesday, May 4th, 2011

The Golden Key International Honour Society recently inducted SUNY Canton’s top four-year students.

“I congratulate each of our Golden Key Honor Society students for their success and commitment to their SUNY Canton Education,” said SUNY Canton President Joseph L. Kennedy. “I further encourage them to take the knowledge that they have acquired here and use it to create a plan to fulfill their dreams.”

The top 15 percent of third and fourth-year students in each of the College’s bachelor’s degree programs were invited to join the Honour Society during SUNY Canton’s inaugural induction ceremony.

Among the students inducted were:

  • Katelyn D. Anthony, a Criminal Investigation major from Spencerport, N.Y. Anthony is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • Ryan P. Barry, an Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems major from Canton, N.Y. Barry is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • Adam M. Benedict, a Legal Studies major from Norfolk, N.Y. Benedict is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Rebecca R. Blackmer, a Finance major from Colton, N.Y. Blackmer is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • Jamie L. Blauvelt, a Criminal Investigation major from Berkshire, N.Y. Blauvelt is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Dawn M. Bogdan, a Management major from Cortland, N.Y. Bogdan is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • Daniel P. Bovay, an Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems major from Massena, N.Y. Bovay is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • Joshua T. Burgert, a Criminal Investigation major from Middlesex, N.Y. Burgert is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • Kenneth A. Burwell, a four-year Nursing major from Gouverneur, N.Y. Burwell is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Emily E. Bush, a Sports Management major from Ogdensburg, N.Y. Bush is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Erick Cox, an Energy Management major from Buffalo, N.Y. Cox is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Brianna L. Daniels, a Finance major from Philadelphia, N.Y. Daniels is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Alicia M. Fefee, a Criminal Investigation major from Norwood, N.Y. Fefee is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Jenessa M. Fenton, a Health Care Management major from Ogdensburg, N.Y. Fenton is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Matthew J. Foote, an Energy Management major from Norfolk, N.Y. Foote is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • William R. Francis, a Criminal Investigation major from Albion, N.Y. Francis is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Loretta L. House, a Legal Studies major from Canton, N.Y. House is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Evan Johnson, an Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems major from Cooperstown, N.Y. Johnson is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Melissa M. Keller, and Health Care Management major from Tonawanda, N.Y. Keller is scheduled to graduate in December 2011.
  • Jenean A. Love, a Legal Studies major from Groveland, N.Y. Love is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Sally E. MacDonald, a Management major from Richville, N.Y. MacDonald is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • Bradley W. Marmon, an Energy Management major from Forestport, N.Y. Marmon is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Krista M. Marshall, a Criminal Investigation major from Canton, N.Y. Marshall is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • Justin C. Martin, a Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems major from Lowville, N.Y. Martin is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • Matthew D. Merritt, a Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems major from Remsen, N.Y. Merritt is scheduled to graduate in December 2011.
  • John S. Nemeth, a Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems major from Glenfield, N.Y. Nemeth is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • Jessica L. Noble, a Management major from Granville, N.Y. Noble is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Diana R. Norman, a Graphic and Multimedia Design major from Canton, N.Y. Norman is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • Lee J. Numbers, a Management major from Galway, N.Y. Numbers is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • Jana L. Pasquarella, a Dental Hygiene major from Schenectady, N.Y. Pasquarella is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Kasey L. Penoyer, a Dental Hygiene major from Fabius, N.Y. Penoyer is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Nathaniel R. Pietropaolo, a Criminal Investigation major from Rochester, N.Y. Pietropaolo is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Heather E. Reszka Miller, a Funeral Services Management major from Longmont, Colo. Reszka Miller is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • Michael D. Rittberg, a Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems major from Laguna Hills, Calif. Rittberg is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Sean M. Robinson is an Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems major from Redwood, N.Y. Robinson is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • Ashley M. Savino is a Criminal Investigation major from Auburn, N.Y. Savino is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • Chris D. Trombley is an Energy Management major from Champlain, N.Y. Trombley is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Barry A. Wells is a Legal Studies major from Riverton, NJ. Wells is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.
  • Michael J. Wilson is a Management major from Kinderhook, N.Y. Wilson is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Matthew J. Wissman is a Criminal Investigation major from Forestburgh, N.Y. Wissman is scheduled to graduate in May 2012.
  • Christopher A. Yates is a Finance major from Gloversville, N.Y. Yates is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.

 

Golden Key International Honour Society was founded in 1977. There are approximately 375 chapters worldwide. In New York, there are Golden Key Chapters at Cornell University, Rochester Institute of Technology, the University at Buffalo, United States Military Academy at West Point, Columbia University, among many other State University of New York and private colleges.

 

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SUNY Canton Adds Golden Key Honour Society for Bachelor’s Students

Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

Golden Key SealTop students in SUNY Canton’s bachelor’s degree programs will now be recognized as members of the Golden Key International Honour Society.

The top 15 percent of third and fourth-year students in each of the College’s bachelor’s degree programs have been invited to participate in the College’s inaugural induction ceremony at 5 p.m., April 5th in the Richard W. Miller Campus Center’s Kingston Theater.

“Our four-year student population is swelling,” said SUNY Canton President Joseph L. Kennedy. “With the increase of students came the need for an honor society to recognize their dedication and commitment to education. We found the Golden Key Honour Society fit our needs and will enable us to grow and foster a continuing commitment to exemplary academics.”

The Golden Key International Honour Society offers its members over $600,000 annually through scholarship and award programs. The society also promotes College and community service opportunities to help students grow personally and gain leadership experience.

“When we began the transition to a four-year College nearly a decade ago we began seeing more students who wanted to participate in scholarly societies,” said Janice C Robinson, an Associate Professor of accounting and business and the primary faculty advisor for the local chapter of the society. “The Golden Key Honour Society places a great emphasis on leadership, mirroring SUNY Canton’s own educational values and ideals.”

She said she hoped many students who have earned acceptance into the College’s two-year honor society would join the College’s Golden Key chapter as they continue their education in four-year programs.

Golden Key International Honour Society was founded in 1977. There are approximately 375 chapters worldwide. In New York, there are Golden Key Chapters at Cornell University, Rochester Institute of Technology, the University at Buffalo, United States Military Academy at West Point, Columbia University, among many other State University of New York and private colleges.

The College also has local chapters of: Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society for two year students; Chi Alpha Epsilon National Honor Society for students in academic development programs; Alpha Phi Sigma National Honor Society for criminal justice and criminal investigation students; Sigma Beta Delta National Honor Society for business, management and administration professionals; and Tau Alpha Pi National Honor Society for students in engineering technologies.

Media inquiries should be directed to Gregory Kie, Media Relations Coordinator, or call 315/386-7528.


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SUNY Canton Criminal Investigation Students Join Honor Society

Monday, December 15th, 2008

The SUNY Canton Chapter of the Alpha Phi Sigma National Criminal Justice Honor Society recently welcomed several new members.

Student lighting candles during Honor Society ceremony.

Student lighting candles during Honor Society ceremony.

“There are many levels of pride associated with being inducted into an honor society,” noted Steven V. Gilbert, Associate Professor of Criminal Investigation and Alpha Phi Sigma faculty advisor. “There is a personal pride in one’s own accomplishments, coupled with a pride in one’s peers, in addition to the pride in knowing that you are part of an organization that rewards success.”

Among those inducted into the SUNY Canton Omega Upsilon chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma Honor Society were:

 ·      Sapphire Isaac of Brooklyn

·      Chad Sherman of Louisville

·      Ashley Savino of Auburn

·      Mike Bronson of Brasher Falls

·      Chuck Calorusso of Potsdam

·      Diane LaRue of Ogdensburg

In addition to recognizing student success at the honor society induction, two scholarships were awarded to deserving students in the program.

“The Flora Bertram Geller scholarship was established to award a student who has demonstrated a strong background in ethics and motivation within the Omega Upsilon chapter,” Gilbert said. “And I personally fund the Gilbert Forensic Science Scholarship to support a student who shows a strong aptitude in forensics.”

The Flora Bertram Geller scholarship is funded by Barbara Geller Gilbert and Larry Geller in memory of their mother. Barbara presented the scholarship during the induction ceremony.

Heather Biamonte of Marcy received the Flora Bertram Geller scholarship and Caitlyn Hill of Ontario won the Gilbert Forensic Science Scholarship. “Caitlyn was recently accepted as a student affiliate with the American Academy of Forensic Sciences,” Gilbert said. Alpha Phi Sigma is the only National Criminal Justice Honor Society for Criminal Justice Majors.

The society recognizes academic excellence of undergraduate, graduate, as well as doctorate level students. Among its core goals and values are to promote academic excellence in order to make the Criminal Justice System and its practitioners more effective and ethical.

SUNY Canton offers a wide variety of career-driven bachelor’s, associate, and certificate programs, as well as three master’s degrees in conjunction with SUNYIT, Utica. Most of SUNY Canton’s new four-year programs are designed so students can take them on-campus, online, or both. SUNY Canton OnLine features more than 100 courses online each semester. The college’s athletic teams belong to the NAIA’s Sunrise Conference, enabling students to compete in their respective sports for four years.

Media inquiries should be directed to Gregory Kie, Media Relations Coordinator, or call 315/386-7528.

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SUNY Canton Lauds Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Inductees

Friday, November 14th, 2008

SUNY Canton students were recently recognized for their academic excellence through their induction into the Lambda Eta chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society.

Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa was formed in 1918 and has become the largest and the most prestigious honor society serving associate-level students around the world.

As members, students must maintain a high grade point average and stay involved with the community through service-oriented projects.
Among the Fall 2008 inductees were:

  • Chiara Ashley, an Office Technology major from Madrid
  • Jason Astafan, a Nursing major from Carthage
  • Rebecca Beaudoin, a Nursing major from Massena 
  • MacKenzie Belden, an Early Childhood major from Ogdensburg
  • Adam Benedict, a Legal Studies major from Norfolk
  • Rebecca Blackmer, an Accounting major form Colton
  • Cara Bonno, a Nursing major from Massena
  • Genny Bush, a Nursing major from Gouverneur
  • Brooke Colby, a Nursing major from Norwood 
  • Victoria Damour, an Accounting major from Churubusco 
  • Trudy Foote, a Business Administration major from Canton
  • Zachary Fuller, a Construction Technology Management major from Norwood
  • Nicole Gordon, a Nursing major from Norwood
  • Margaret Haggerty, a Nursing major from Ogdensburg
  • Kristina Kaiser, an Early Childhood major from Colton
  • Richard Kolvik, a Construction Technology Management major from Morris
  • Katherine LaFaver, a Nursing major from Lisbon
  • Rober LeFevre, a Civil Engineering Technology major from Morrisonville 
  • Lucy Oshier, a Nursing major from Waddington
  • Amber Parmeter, a Nursing major from Norfolk
  • Nicole Parrish, an Accounting major from DeKalb Junction
  • Brian Pinkerton, an Electrical Engineering Technology major from Ogdensburg
  • Christin Powers, a Physical Therapist Assistant major from Canton
  • Melody Reed, an Accounting major from Norwood
  • Diane Reese, a Business Administration major from Edwards
  • Erica Rizzo, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Oneida.
  • Jamieka Rowe, a Nursing major from Hermon
  • Natasha Trefry, an Office Technology major from Potsdam
  • Jennifer Walck, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Watertown 
  • Tara Wood, a Dental Hygiene major from Camden
  • Amy Wright, a Nursing major from Ogdensburg

Induction into Phi Theta Kappa is among the highest honors available to undergraduate students.

SUNY Canton offers a wide variety of career-driven bachelor’s, associate, and certificate programs, as well as three master’s degrees in conjunction with SUNYIT, Utica. Most of SUNY Canton’s new four-year programs are designed so students can take them on-campus, online, or both. SUNY Canton OnLine features more than 100 courses online each semester. The college’s athletic teams belong to the NAIA’s Sunrise Conference, enabling students to compete in their respective sports for four years.

Media inquiries should be directed to Gregory Kie, Media Relations Coordinator, or call 315/386-7528.

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SUNY Canton Honor Society Supports Renewal House

Friday, October 31st, 2008

 

RENEWAL HOUSE DONATION – SUNY Canton’s Lambda Eta Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society members recently made a donation to the St. Lawrence Valley Renewal House as part of their Project Graduation. Through Project Graduation, Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) chapters all over the United States and Canada collect donations of canned goods and children’s books for area service organizations during their commencement activities. Pictured are (l to r) back row, Jacob Neely, PTK President and an air conditioning engineering technology major from Syracuse; Kelly Forsyth, counselor and women’s group facilitator at Renewal House; Amy Robinson, legal advocate at Renewal House; Ilene Burke, director of Renewal House; Brad VanPatten, PTK senator and an air conditioning engineering technology major from Madrid; Brandon Baldwin, PTK advisor and assistant professor of automotive technology; front row, Michaela Young, PTK advisor and secretary in the president’s office; Linda Akatsu, PTK secretary and veterinary science technology major from Brooklyn; and Cassandra Hamilton, PTK vice president for leadership and a veterinary science technology major from Hannawa Falls.

SUNY Canton offers a wide variety of career-driven bachelor’s, associate, and certificate programs, as well as three master’s degrees in conjunction with SUNYIT, Utica. Most of SUNY Canton’s new four-year programs are designed so students can take them on-campus, online, or both. SUNY Canton OnLine features more than 100 courses online each semester. The college’s athletic teams belong to the NAIA’s Sunrise Conference, enabling students to compete in their respective sports for four years.

Media inquiries should be directed to Gregory Kie, Media Relations Coordinator, or call 315/386-7528.

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SUNY Canton Scholars Join Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

Monday, November 5th, 2007

More than 25 students were inducted into the SUNY Canton Lambda Eta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society.

Dr. Kenneth Erickson, Interim Dean of the school Liberal Studies, was the keynote speaker at the college’s recent induction ceremony. He explained his pride in the honor society’s new members by highlighting their ability to reason and their aptitude to think coherently and logically.

“The world needs people like you,” he said. “The world needs people who are emboldened by reason who will speak truth to power. When I look at all of you I feel pride. But, more importantly when I look at you, I see hope.”

He further challenged the students to take the high road even though it may not be easy.

Among the students who joined Phi Theta Kappa during the Fall 2007 were:

  • Michael Adamitey, a Computer Information Systems major from Staten Island.
  • Christine Belgarde, an Office Technology major from Potsdam.
  • Cortney Brunet, an Office Technology major from Hermon.
  • Aidan Charbonneau, a Business Administration major from Manchester Center, VT.
  • Angela Craig, an Occupational Therapy Assistant major from Rensselaer Falls.
  • Sapphire Isaac, a Criminal Justice major from Brooklyn.
  • Alissa Jatsenti, an Accounting major from Estonia.
  • Gina Kearns, an Accounting major from Massena.
  • Craig Kirkpatrick, an Automotive Technology major from Russell.
  • Christine Langtry, a Nursing major from Chippewa Bay.
  • Brenea Moroney, an Early Childhood major from Lacona.
  • Nicole Noble, a Nursing major from Ogdensburg.
  • Jennifer Pirie, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Russell.
  • Holly Rogers, an Accounting major from Walworth.
  • Lillian Roy, a Business Administration major from Norfolk.
  • Christopher Sarsfield, a Nursing major from Canton.
  • Heather Smith, a Nursing major from Potsdam.
  • Mark Talamo, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Oswego.
  • Trey Theobald, an Engineering Science major from Victor.
  • Shanna-Kay Townsend, a Health Science Career Studies major from Bronx.
  • Michael Trefry, an Accounting major from Redwood.
  • Sarah Turner, an Engineering Science major from Oswego.
  • Julie VanderWiel, a Criminal Justice major from Malone.
  • Emberstar Wakefield, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Potsdam.
  • Henry Wason, an Engineering Science major from Ogdensburg.
  • Britney Wilkins, an Early Childhood major from Brasher Falls.
  • Crystal Wroblewski, a Health Science Career Studies major from Grand Island.

Phi Theta Kappa has recognized academic excellence since 1918 and has become the largest and the most prestigious honor society serving associate-level students around the world. As members, students must maintain a high grade point average and stay involved with the community through service-oriented projects.

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Chi Alpha Epsilon Honor Society Welcomes New Members

Wednesday, April 25th, 2007

Chi Alpha Epsilon honor society recently inducted 26 SUNY Canton students for their academic performance, announced President Joseph L. Kennedy.

Chi Alpha Theta

SUNY Canton’s Chi Alpha Epsilon chapter recognizes the academic achievements of students in the College’s Educational Opportunity Program and those being served by the College’s Student Support Services. Its purposes are to promote continued high academic standards, to foster increased communication among its members, and to honor academic excellence achieved by those students.

Tifani Bartwitz

HONOR STUDENTS - Tifani Bartwitz, a SUNY Canton Computer Information Systems student from Fort Edward stands with her peers at the Chi Alpha Epsilon Honor Society induction Ceremony.

The honor society’s motto is “The tassel is worth the hassle.”

  • Amma Amponsah, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from the Bronx. Amponsah is a 2005 graduate of Dodge Vocational High School.
  • Anna Atchie, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Canton. Atchie is a 1996 graduate of Harrisville Central School.
  • Brenda Bacon, an Information Technology major from Dekalb Junction. Bacon is a 1992 graduate of Hugh C. Williams Sr. High School.
  • Tifani Bartwitz, a Computer Information Systems major from Fort Edward. Bartwitz is a 2005 graduate of South Glens Falls Central High School.
  • Crystal Collins, a Criminal Justice major from Brooklyn. Collins is a 2005 graduate of Boys and Girls High School.
  • Chastity Davis, a Nursing major from Richville. Davis is a 1997 graduate of Gouverneur High School.
  • Charlene Edmonds, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from New York City. Edmonds is a 2005 graduate of Frederick Douglass Academy.
  • Kimberly Ellison, a Health Science Career Studies major from Ogdensburg. Ellison is a 1993 graduate of Forest City Regional High School.
  • Lisa Farr, an Office Technology major from Hailesboro. Farr is a 1984 graduate of Beaver River Central School.
  • Zachary Fitzgerald, an Electrical Engineering major from St. Regis Falls. Fitzgerald is a 2005 graduate of Saint Regis Falls Central School.
  • Chantal Guild, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Ogdensburg. Guild is a 2004 graduate of Ogdensburg Free Academy High School.
  • Juan Hernandez, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Canton. Hernandez is a 1985 graduate of Carey High School.
  • Javon Joslyn, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Bronx. Joslyn is a 2004 graduate of Foreign Lang Academy of Global Street.
  • Jason Lajoie, an Electrical Construction & Maintenance major from Heuvelton. Lajoie is a 2004 graduate of Lisbon Central School.
  • Dale Martin II, a Civil Engineering Technology major from Canton. Martin is a 1999 graduate of Ogdensburg Free Academy High School.
  • William Mensah, a Technology Management major from Bronx. Mensah is a 2005 graduate of Evander Childs High School.
  • Brenda Merrifield, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Canton.
  • Donna Peterson, a Criminal Justice major from Canton.
  • Jennifer Pirie, a Liberal Studies major from Russell. Pirie is a 2005 graduate of Hugh C Williams Sr. High School.
  • Kristina Schober, an Early Childhood major from Dekalb Junction. Schober is a 2004 graduate of Hermon-DeKalb Central School.
  • Emma Siaw, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Bronx. Siaw is a 2004 graduate of Park East High School.
  • Jeanne Tatro, a Health Science Career Studies major from Gouverneur. Tatro is a 1980 graduate of Taconic High School.
  • Charitie Thornhill, a Criminal Justice major from Ogdensburg. Thornhill is a 2001 graduate of Taconic High School.
  • Henry Wason, an Engineering Science major from Ogdensburg.
  • Stephanie Williamson, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Vernon Center. Williamson is a 2003 graduate of Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Senior High Schools.

Honorary Inductees were:

  • Vice President of Student Affairs Daniel Sweeney.
  • Assistant Professor of Academic Development John Ohst.

 

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Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Adds 53 SUNY Canton Students

Friday, March 30th, 2007

SUNY Canton students were recently recognized for their academic excellence through their induction into Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society.

Phi Theta Kappa

SUNY Canton President Joseph L. Kennedy was the keynote speaker at the Spring 2007 induction ceremony. He encouraged the students to look to the many alumni who used the knowledge and work ethic they learned at SUNY Canton to create highly successful careers.

“Confidence, competitiveness, and the willingness to take a chance are among the key factors along the road to success,” Kennedy said. “You, as new members of Phi Theta Kappa honor society, have already learned how to be successful students. I encourage you to take the next step and be successful alumni.”

Phi Theta KappaPhi Theta Kappa has recognized academic excellence since 1918 and has become the largest and the most prestigious honor society serving associate-level students around the world.

As members, students must maintain a high grade point average and stay involved with the community through service-oriented projects.

Students who joined SUNY Canton’s Lambda Eta chapter of Phi Theta Kappa during the Spring 2007 Semester include:

  • Joseph Adams IV, a Nursing major from Madrid.
  • Alison Barnard, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Oswego.
  • Catherine Beyette, a Business Administration major from Ogdensburg.
  • Brittany Blais, a Nursing major from Brasher Falls.
  • Edward Bolster, a Motorsports Performance and Repair major from Massena.
  • Julie Bradley, a Nursing major from Norfolk.
  • Katelyn Briggs, a Business Administration major from Hermon.
  • Tonya Buddie, an Engineering Science major from Cato.
  • Eric Bush, an Electrical Construction and Maintenance major from Brasher Falls.
  • Charles Calorusso, a Criminal Justice major from Potsdam.
  • Alison Campbell, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Canton.
  • Lee Case, an Electrical Engineering Technology major from Peru.
  • Jessica Cornell, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Henderson.
  • Anna Cox, a Nursing major from Gouverneur.
  • Anthony Degristina, a Mortuary Science major from Burlington Flats.
  • Jennifer Delles, a Mortuary Science major from Canton.
  • Sharifa Dewar, a Criminal Justice major from Brooklyn.
  • Jenni Durham, an Office Technology major from Fine.
  • Amanda Ellsworth, a Health Science Career Studies major from Fort Covington.
  • Obinna Erike, a Computer Information Systems major from Uniondale.
  • Daniel Fredendall, a Civil Engineering Technology major from Holley.
  • Tina Freeman, a Nursing major from South Colton.
  • Elizabeth Hancock, a Nursing major from Cobleskill.
  • Jordan Hartle, an Engineering Science major from Gouverneur.
  • Robert Herman III, a Criminal Justice major from Himrod.
  • Marshall Himes, a Mechanical Engineering Technology major from Mexico.
  • Maryann Howells, a Nursing major from Dekalb.
  • Andrea Johnson, a Business Administration major from Canton.
  • James Judware, an Electrical Engineering Technology major from Massena.
  • Jon LaClair, a Civil Engineering Technology major from Evans Mills.
  • Kevin McAdoo, an Engineering Science major from Hermon.
  • Danny McDermott, a Nursing major from Massena.
  • Christopher Mesick, a Motorsports Performance and Repair major from Chazy.
  • Holly Millemon, a Nursing major from Ogdensburg.
  • Brendon Miller, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Colton.
  • Amber Neal, a Business Administration major from South Otselic.
  • Christopher Perrigo, a Mechanical Engineering Technology major from Gouverneur.
  • Matthew Sanford, a Criminal Justice major from Tupper Lake.
  • Jessica Sawyer, a Dental Hygiene major from Raymondville.
  • Heidi Sharkey, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Oswego.
  • John Shea, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Malone.
  • Chad Sherman, a Criminal Justice major from Norfolk.
  • Alysia Smith, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Glens Falls.
  • Joni Smith, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Massena.
  • Marisa Spath, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Queensbury.
  • Adam Szeluga, a Mortuary Science major from Lockport.
  • Amy Thompson, an Office Technology major from Potsdam.
  • Jessica Todd, a Nursing major from Canton.
  • Rebecca Trythall, a Veterinary Science Technology major from East Syracuse.
  • David Tulloch, a Criminal Justice major from Canton.
  • Jillian Ward, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Lisbon.
  • Bethany Webster, a Nursing major from Ogdensburg.
  • Brittany Williams, a Mortuary Science major from Harpursville.

 

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SUNY Canton Salutes Students Inducted into Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

Monday, February 5th, 2007

SUNY Canton students have been recognized for their academic excellence through their induction into Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society.

Phi Theta Kappa

“When a student is inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, they are receiving an extraordinary scholarly recognition,” said SUNY Canton President Joseph L. Kennedy. “It is both a top-mark of academic and civic success.”

Phi Theta Kappa has recognized academic excellence since 1918 and has become the largest and the most prestigious honor society serving associate-level students around the world.

As members, students must maintain a high grade point average and stay involved with the community through service-oriented projects.

Students who joined SUNY Canton’s Lambda Eta chapter of Phi Theta Kappa during the Fall 2006 Semester include:

  • Luke Barber, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Tupper Lake.
  • Jason Bellinger, an Electrical Engineering Technology major from Canton.
  • Matthew Bovay, a Business Administration Major from Hermon.
  • Carrie Burnor, a Nursing major from Massena.
  • Kyle Couperus, a Nursing major from Heuvelton.
  • Leslie Dardaris, a Nursing major from Potsdam.
  • Chastity Davis, a Nursing major from Richville.
  • Mbaye Diop, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Brooklyn.
  • Anthony Friot, a Computer Information Systems major from Rensselaer Falls.
  • Lori Gilbert, a Mortuary Science major from Gouverneur.
  • Krista Hess, a Nursing major from Lisbon.
  • Carrie Jesmer, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Gouverneur.
  • Jessica Jones, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Chaumont.
  • Sarah Kelley, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Gouverneur.
  • Garrett Mastic, an Automotive Technology major from Peru.
  • Sheena McBroom, a Criminal Justice major from Rensselaer Falls.
  • Laurie Miranda, a Health Science Career Studies major from Antwerp.
  • Kyle Moulton, a Criminal Justice Major from Winthrop.
  • Brandon Murray, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Raymondville.
  • Andrew Newtown, a Construction Engineering Technology major from Winthrop
  • Melissa O’Neil, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Fort Drum.
  • Corey Olmstead, an Engineering Science major from Russell.
  • Karl Ortmeyer, a Technology Management major from Potsdam.
  • Donna Peterson, a Criminal Justice major from Canton.
  • Colleen Pichette, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Vestal.
  • Cassandra Portolese, a Electrical Construction and Maintenance major from Massena.
  • Lisa Reno, a Nursing major from Rensselaer.
  • Tinisha Selvy, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Gouverneur.
  • Mariam Shabbir, a Nursing major from Miami, Fla.
  • Carrie Shaffer, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Fairport.
  • Emma Siaw, a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies major from Bronx.
  • Dennis Snell, a Computer Information Systems major from Potsdam.
  • Kimberley Sorrell, a Nursing major from Massena.
  • Jeanne Tatro, a Health Science Career Studies major from Gouverneur.
  • Brittany Terrance, a Liberal Arts and Science: General Studies major from Norfolk.
  • Daniel Thomson, a Veterinary Science Technology major from Endicott.
  • Okyere Twumasi, a Nursing major from Canton.
  • Jamie White, an Early Childhood major from Russell.
  • Stephanie Williamson, a Health Science Career Studies major from Vernon Center.
  • Leslie Wilson, a Nursing major from DeKalb Junction.
  • Zachary Wojciechowski, a Civil Engineering Technology major from Webster.

The Honorary Inductee for the Fall 2006 Semester was Michaela M. Young, Secretary 1 in the President’s Office. Young was nominated for her continuing support of the honor societies endeavors.

 

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SUNY Canton Honor Society Donates to CAVA

Monday, January 29th, 2007

CAVA CHECK PRESENTATION — The SUNY Canton Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society (PTK) recently presented a $100 donation to Citizens Against Violent Acts, Inc., (CAVA) in Canton. Pictured are (l to r) CAVA Program Manager Carrie Tracy and Director Carrie Whalen receiving a check from PTK President Adam Serra. Serra is a Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies student from Potsdam.

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