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Two Cayuga Students Win SUNY Chancellor's Awards

DATE: 04-26-2004

Cayuga Community College students Kathleen Kane of Auburn and Kelly Wells of Fulton were among the 245 students across the 61-campus State University of New York system who received the 2004 Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence. Nominees were screened through a rigorous selection process beginning at the campus level, and concluding in Albany. In addition to maintaining a high grade point average, winners of the Chancellor's Award must have made significant contributions to their campus community.

Saluting the winners, SUNY Chancellor Robert L. King said, “These students are among the State University's best and brightest. Their commitment not only to academic excellence, but also to serving the wider community, indicates they are likely to emerge as New York's future leaders. I am enormously proud of these students and very pleased to be able to recognize their accomplishments.”

The awards were presented at a ceremony at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center on April 19 in Albany. Each student received a framed certificate and a medallion that may be worn at commencement.