, Corbin, KY


February 1, 2012

EKU Fall 2011 Graduate and Award List

CORBIN — EKU 2011 Fall Graduates List

Listed by Name, Hometown, Classification Degree, Major, Institutional Honor

Carla Francis Lawson, Artemus, BS, Police Studies

James D. Lawson, Artemus, BS, Criminal Justice

Teresa L. Corey, Barbourville, MBA, Business Administration

Kevin Joey Curnutt, Barbourville, BA, Sociology

Kevin Joey Curnutt, Barbourville, BS, Psychology

Lindsay Shea McFerrin, Barbourville, BSW, Social Work

Ernest Bernley Messer, Barbourville, BS, Criminal Justice

Rebecca Mynekia Partin, Barbourville, ASN, Nursing

Joshua Aaron Patterson, Barbourville, BS, Health Services Administration, Magna Cum Laude

Mindy Sue Smith, Barbourville, MAED, Middle Grade Education,

Kaela Lynn Grubb, Flat Lick, BS, Child and Family Studies, Cum Laude

Tamara Denise Brock, Gary, BS, Criminal Justice

Tamara Denise Brock, Gary, AA, Police Studies

Danielle Renee Black, Gray, BS, Environmental Health Science

Ethan T. Whitlock, Hodgenville, BS, Criminal Justice

Troy Cecil Evans, East Bernstadt, BS, Criminal Justice

Ashley Mae Noe, East Bernstadt, BS, Middle Grade Education, Cum Laude

Sitha C. Salyers, East Bernstadt, BS, Child and Family Studies, Cum Laude

Heather Dawn Bailey, London, BSN, Nursing

Adrienne Sibert Bray, London, BS, Elementary Education Teaching

Brett Lee Coffey, London, BA, History Teaching

Ashley Dare Cornett, London, BS, Physical Education

Carly Anne Davis, London, BSW, Social Work

Fred Edward Ellis, London, BS, Criminal Justice, Cum Laude

Jonas Andrew Ertel, London, BA, Gen Studies in Health Sciences

Pamela Renae Fugate, London, ASN, Nursing

Darren Shane Garland, London, BBA, Accounting

Casey Nicole Gilbert, London, BA, Gen Studies in Arts & Sciences

Michael Logan Howell, London, AA, Police Studies

Roger Wesley Hughes, London, BS, Physical Education

Delena Gail Johnson, London, BS, Environmental Health Science, Magna Cum Laude

Kristen June Jones, London, BA, Gen Studies in Business & Tech

Robyn M. Jones, London, BS, Biology Pre-Veterinary Science

Mae Nicole Lawson, London, BA, Gen Studies in Education

Ashley Chamayne Lewis, London, BS, Elementary Education Teaching, Magna Cum Laude

Amber Marie McWhorter, London, BFA, Art

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