doc martens stockists State University College at Canton students earn scholarships
Lane A. Guanciale, of Baldwinsville, TJ Toyota the Cloce Family Endowed, majoring in automotive technology, and a 2014 graduate of Charles W. Baker High School; Connor E. Anderson, of Fayetteville, Modell Family Endowed, majoring in electrical technology, and a 2011 graduate of Fayetteville Manlius High School; and Ariel Mann, of Liverpool, Dollars for Scholars, majoring in liberal arts general studies, and a 2015 graduate of Liverpool High School.
Jessica Condon, daughter of Mark Condon, of Liverpool, earned the Hayner Hoyt Scholarship Program. She is a student at Cayuga Community College.
Hannah Gibson, of Syracuse, received the Denison Founders Scholarship at Denison University (Ohio). She is a graduate of Jamesville DeWitt High School.
Jake Kuryla, of North Syracuse, received the Enhancing Ecological Education Scholarship at Paul Smith’s College.
Emily Martens, of Jordan, received the Dr. A. John Walker Chorale Music award at Finger Lakes Community College.
The following students at State University College at Fredonia earn scholarship:
Anna Prince, of Tully, John J. and Helen B. Mancuso Scholarship, a junior majoring in history; Emily Moyer, of Baldwinsville, Fredonia Promise Award, a freshman majoring in childhood education; and Jade Williams, of Tully, Fredonia Promise award, a freshman majoring in communications and public relations.
of Liverpool, was awarded the Heritage Award for the 2015 2016 school years by University of Mount Union (Ohio).
Steven Mirabito, son of Lisa and Todd Mirabito, of Camillus, was awarded an RIT Presidential Scholarship for the 2015 2016 academic years. He is majoring in computer science at Rochester Institute of Technology in the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences.
The following students at Rochester Institute of Technology were awarded the Nathaniel Rochester Society Scholarship:
Anna Jensen, daughter of Mary and Hans Jensen, of Fayetteville, majoring in mechanical engineering; Matthew Miles, son of Maureen Miles, of Baldwinsville, majoring in computer science; and James Schmidt, son of Barb and Bob Schmidt, of Baldwinsville, majoring in finance.
The following students have received the Greater Syracuse Area Society of Women Engineers Scholarship:
Julie Kunnumpurath, Tully High School; Makenzi Herbst, Skaneateles High School, received the SRC Scholarship; and Deonna Jackson, Thomas J. Corcoran High School, received the Paula Relvea Memorial Scholarship.
The following students at State University College at Oneonta were awarded scholarships:
Daniel Boyd, of Brewerton, Presidential Scholarship, majoring in environmental science and is a graduate of Paul V. Moore High School; Chadwick Dunham, of Central Square, Catskill Scholarship, majoring in history and is a graduate of Paul V. Moore High School; Madeline Frank, of Syracuse, Presidential Scholarship, a graduate of Jamesville DeWitt High School; Benjamin Lupia,
of Cicero, Presidential Scholarship, majoring in criminal justice and is a graduate of Cicero North Syracuse High School; Claire McMahon, of Baldwinsville, Catskill Scholarship, majoring in fashion and is a graduate of Charles W. Baker High School; Hannah Millias, of Syracuse, Jessie Felsbury Kearney ’48 Scholarship, majoring in childhood education is a graduate of Cicero North Syracuse High School; Hannah Olds, of Baldwinsville, Presidential Scholarship, majoring in physics and is a graduate of Charles W. Baker High School; Marissa Rodriguez, of Liverpool, Presidential Diversity Scholarship, majoring in communication studies and is a graduate of Liverpool High School; Julie Steinhauer, of East Syracuse, Presidential Scholarship, majoring in international studies and is a graduate of East Syracuse Minoa Central High School; and Brianna Supensky, of North Syracuse, Dorothy A. Wemple ’36 Scholarship, majoring in English and is a graduate of Cicero North Syracuse High School.
Anna Porter, a native of Manlius, traveled to England for the Fulbright Summer Institute. She is an anthropology student at University of Buffalo.
Jessica Boyce, of Syracuse, received the “Ovation 2015: Unleased Potential” award by Baldwin Wallace University (Ohio).
Jacob O’Shea, originally from Rexford, honored as recipient of the National Law Enforcement Firefighters Children’s Foundation (NLEAFCF) Scholarship. He is a freshman majoring in music performance voice at Syracuse University. Jacob’s father, James J. O’Shea was a FDNY firefighter, who died in the line of duty on September 27,