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Molly Campbell, of Red Creek, was named to the spring 2018 dean’s list at Bob Jones University in Greenville, South Carolina. To be eligible, students must earn a 3.0-3.74 semester GPA. Campbell studies business administration.
Kayleigh Ground, of Palmyra-Macedon High School, signed her letter of intent to play lacrosse in fall 2018 with Kent State University in Kent, Ohio. She will join the Division I school as a member of its first women’s lacrosse team. Ground is a member of the Section V championship team.
Alex Wahl, of Palmyra-Macedon High School, received the 2018 Community Foundation Section V Harvey E. Anderson Scholarship. The award grants up to $4,000 to a senior student “who has been diligent in academic and athletic endeavors and exhibits self-motivation and extraordinary effort.”
Bjarne Nielsen, of Ontario, received a fellowship for a summer 2018 research project at St. Lawrence University in Canton. Nielsen, an anthropology and music major, will conduct research titled “Music and Language Preservation on the Tonawanda Seneca Reservation.”
Brian Staton, of Macedon; Sarah Couperus, of Marion; Brianne Weichbrodt, of Newark; Hailey Hasseltine and Cody Martini, of Palmyra; and Ayden Wickman, of Sodus, graduated in spring 2018 from SUNY Fredonia.
Carly Vecchiotti, of Macedon; Elisabeth Wilson, of North Rose; and Baylee Saba, of Ontario, presented at the 2018 SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference at SUNY Oneonta. Saba presented “Human Resources Management Implications of Implementing the International Labor Standards in the U.S.” Vecchiotti presented “Inhuman Target: Zombies, Gun Culture and White Masculinity.” Wilson presented “Options for a Comprehensive Pedestrian Plan for SUNY Oneonta.”
Kyle Power, of Newark; Jacob Habecker, of Palmyra; and Danielle Gugino and Holden Maiorana, of Walworth, graduated in May 2018 from SUNY Potsdam.