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June 7, 2011

University of the Cumberlands recognizes students at the 52nd Honors Day Convocation Monday, April 25

CORBIN — University of the Cumberlands inducted Alyssa Burke (Corbin, KY) in the Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Who's Who is open to Juniors and Seniors who have been selected by the faculty and staff. These students have excelled in one or more of the following areas: participation and leadership in academic and extracurricular activities; citizenship and service to the school and community; and potential for future achievement.

University of the Cumberlands recognized Amber Paul (Rockholds, KY) with the Honors Award.

University of the Cumberlands inducted Casey McKee (Corbin, KY) into the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society. McKee also received the Honors recognition.

University of the Cumberlands recognized Amy Vann (Corbin, KY) with the Honors award.

University of the Cumberlands recognized Ashley Cupp (Corbin, KY) with the High Honors award. Students who receive the High Honors recognition must maintain a 3.85 GPA.

University of the Cumberlands inducted Candice Sizemore (Corbin, Ky) into the Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society. Sizemore was also recognized for High Honors.

University of the Cumberlands inducted Cherry Rose (Corbin, Ky.) into the Sigma Delta Pi Honor Society.

University of the Cumberlands inducted Dillion Reed (Corbin, Ky.) into the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society. Reed was also recognized for Honors. .

University of the Cumberlands inducted Elizabeth Carroll (Rockholds, KY) in to the Sigma Tau Delta honor society.

University of the Cumberlands inducted Eric Greer (Corbin, KY) into the Sigma Beta Delta National Honor Society.

University of the Cumberlands inducted Greg Hummel (Rockholds, KY) into the Beta Beta Beta Honor Society, Psi Chi Honor Society and Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

University of the Cumberlands inducted Jefferson Davis (Corbin, KY) in to the Sigma Beta Delta honor society.

University of the Cumberlands inducted Jerel Callihan (Russell Springs, KY) into J. T. Vallandingham Scholastic Honor Society and the Alpha Kappa Honors Society. Callihan was also honored with the Honors award.

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