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Area scholars receive degrees at Clarkson

Posted 6/25/22

Several local residents were among nearly 800 students receiving degrees at Clarkson University at its spring 2022 commencement exercises.

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Area scholars receive degrees at Clarkson

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POTSDAM — Several local residents were among nearly 800 students receiving degrees at Clarkson University at its spring 2022 commencement exercises.

They include:

  • Kyle J. Aserian, of Durhamville, bachelor’s degree with distinction, mechanical engineering;
  • Nicole A. Campbell, of Rome, master’s degree, physician assistant;
  • Adam J. Clemons, of New Hartford, bachelor’s degree with distinction, electrical engineering;
  • Alexander J. Cotter, of Oriskany Falls, bachelor’s degree, mechanical engineering with materials engineering minor;
  • Brenna Jo Kokosenski, of Utica, bachelor’s degree with great distinction, chemical engineering with chemistry minor, materials engineering minor;
  • Raigen Linsey, of Boonville, bachelor’s degree with distinction, chemical engineering with materials engineering minor;
  • Kylee L. Long, of Camden, bachelor’s degree, psychology;
  • Kaitlyn M. Rabe, of Rome, bachelor’s degree with distinction, mathematical economics with business minor;
  • Roger Risley, of Utica, bachelor’s degree, mechanical engineering;
  • John T. Sargent, of Rome, bachelor’s degree with great distinction, mechanical engineering with mathematics minor;
  • Daniel G. Scott, of Camden, bachelor’s degree with distinction, civil engineering; Brendan L. Phillips, of Marcy, bachelor’s degree with distinction, in innovation and entrepreneurship;
  • Noah R. Smith, of Stittville, bachelor’s degree, chemical engineering;
  • Joshua T. Stuhlman, of Whitesboro, bachelor’s degree great distinction, civil engineering; and
  • Christina M. Williams, of Rome, bachelor’s degree with distinction, engineering and management with project management minor.

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