Colleges across the country are recognizing students from Byron Bergen Junior Senior High School for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from Byron Bergen Junior Senior High School, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplishing. (see more)
Colleges across the country are recognizing students from Byron Bergen Junior Senior High School for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from Byron Bergen Junior Senior High School, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplishing.
Clarkson University awarded nearly 800 bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees to students from 34 states, 26 countries and 60 New York state counties, this spring. (An additional 275 students received degrees this past winter and summer.)
Degree-seeking undergraduate students are eligible for Dean's List if their term GPA is greater than or equal to 3.400; they do not have any grades of "Incomplete", "D" or "F"; and they have registered for, and completed, at least 12 credit hours.
Morrisville State College recently announced the students who were named to the Dean's List for the Spring 2018 semester. To be named to the Dean's List, a student must achieve an average of 3.0 to 3.99 for the semester and complete 12 credit hours.
Genesee Community College's Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society inducted new members at the Celebration of Excellence held on Tuesday, May 8 in the new Richard C. Call Arena. Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society serves to recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and provide opportunities for individual growth and development through scholarship, leadership, and service.
The following people recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.
Through the Leadership Certificate Program, students are empowered to learn about and practice their skills to prepare for leadership roles on campus and in their future careers, communities and families. The mission of this program is rooted in a commitment to developing and enhancing a personal philosophy of leadership, a greater sense of self, an increased ability to relate to others, and deeper understanding of inherent responsibilities of active citizenship. This mission is accomplished through understanding and application of specific leadership theories and models through an online platform as well as service learning experiences, volunteerism, and active engagement in the college community.
Clarkson University has announced recipients of endowed, sponsored, and Share Clarkson scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year.
More than 600 students earned endowed scholarships at Baldwin Wallace University this fall. BW has a long history of endowed scholarship support from alumni, faculty, trustees and friends. More than 385 named scholarships provide over $3 million to help students attend, persist and graduate from BW. Endowed scholarships vary in their requirements with many specifying financial need, a course of study, involvement on campus or a commitment to excellence in a particular field.
More than 3,000 new and transfer students began their higher education at Hudson Valley Community College when the fall semester began on Monday, Aug. 28.
Sarah Donovan was recently presented with the Robert Ewing Senior Prize in History at Lycoming College's annual Honors Convocation in April. The award is given to the senior with the highest grade point average in history.
Orientation Leaders (OLs) are current students who work over the summer as GCC ambassadors assisting with summer orientation programs for first-time or transfer students, and their parents & family members. OLs continue to serve throughout the year as mentors and share their experience as successful students to aid in the transition process for incoming students.
Liberty League commissioner Tracy King has announced that 222 winter sport student-athletes have qualified for the league's 2016-17 All-Academic Teams in their respective sports. A total of 32 RIT student-athletes earned All-Academic honors for the winter season.
Lebanon Valley College students get the chance to play college sports at a high level while pursuing their intellectual and career goals, and enjoying other interests. While competing for conference championships and earning national rankings, our student-athletes have the flexibility to double major, study abroad, and pursue internships--opportunities that will inform their lives long after their playing careers end.
GCC students appear in a dinner theatre production, "The Mystery of Edwin Drood", in the Stuart Steiner Theatre, November 12-15, 2015.
GCC students appear in satirical comedy "Vampire Lesbians of Sodom" in the Stuart Steiner Theatre, October 16-19, 2014.
"Each year, a select group of students is called forward to accept one of the most prestigious awards the academic community can bestow -- selection to Who's Who Among Students. This exclusive honor is conferred by more than 1,000 schools in all 50 states and the District of Columbia and is symbolized by the presentation of an award certificate" - https://whoswhoamongstudents.com/about
On May 9, 2014, over 120 students were recognized for a variety of achievements at the 25th Annual Student Awards Banquet. The Student Awards Banquet is hosted by Student Activities at the end of each academic year. The event celebrates student achievement, athletic successes, club and organization involvement, and success in Student Government and Student Activities.
Lebanon Valley College is pleased to announce that the following students have been accepted for admission at The Valley.
The following Clarkson University students completed internships last summer:
Genesee Community College Foundation scholarship recipients and their families and Foundation donors gathered in the Conable Technology Building at the Batavia Campus, on Monday evening, September 14, 2009 to meet, greet, and share stories of student achievements and career aspirations. The evening's events ran from 5:00PM - 7:00PM with a special presentation at 5:30PM. For this year's reception, two successful alumni were invited to share their stories and experiences at Genesee that guided them on the road to success. Distinguished alumni, Paula M. Savage, '76 and James D. Hunt, '89 were the featured speakers for the evening. Paula Savage, a resident of Batavia, is the director of Tourism Sales for Visit Rochester (formerly the Greater Rochester Visitors Association). She is a Certified Travel Councilor and has received the Merits of Two Worlds award from the Robert Schumann Foundation in 2000, as well as the Supplier Member of Distinction by the (OMCA) Ontario Motor Coach Association. She serves as a trustee for the OMCA Education Fund. She was also presented with a Certificate of Appreciation by the US Department of Commerce in 2000 for development of Underground Railroad Tours. In 1990, she organized the first International Peace Garden, which led to the creation of the International Peace Garden Foundation that now spans five continents. The International Peace Garden Foundation is a nonprofit organization, established to advance global friendship and international understanding through the creation of peace gardens and cultural exchange programs. She graduated with an Associate's degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management and was named to Genesee's Alumni Hall of Fame in 2007. James Hunt is a 13 year veteran of the New York State Department of Conservation (DEC) and serves in Wyoming County with his K-9 partner Matz. Hunt received an Associate's degree in Criminal Justice from Genesee in 1989 and continued on to the University at Buffalo for a Bachelor's degree in Legal Studies. Currently residing in Wyoming County, James grew up in Orchard Park and started his career with the DEC in Long Island. He was recognized as the 2008 Conservation Officer of the Year by the Northeast Conservation Law Enforcement Chief's Association and was awarded, along with K-9 partner Matz, the 2008 Public Servant of the Year by the Erie County Conservation Society. He married to his wife Darlene and has two sons, Josh (6) and Nathanial (4). This year, nine new scholarships were awarded to Genesee students. The new scholarships included the Rosalie "Roz" Steiner Scholarship, the NYS Federation of Home Bureaus in honor of Gay Tidd, the Kristine Burkhardt '03 Memorial Nursing Scholarship, the M.P. Lyon '02 Scholarship, the Albert J. Brightenfield '78 Scholarship, the Claire Gsell 2009-2010 Scholarship, the Gioiosa Family Scholarship, the Town of Batavia Volunteer Firefighter Scholarship and the Benjamin Franklin Volunteer Firefighter and EMT Scholarship. The following students along with their hometowns and the scholarship they were awarded are listed below: