, Corbin, KY


February 1, 2012

EKU Fall 2011 Graduate and Award List



Bridget Amanda Owens, London, BS, Elementary Education Teaching

Robin Renee Owens, London, BA, Paralegal Science, Cum Laude

Danielle Reed, London, BS, Criminal Justice, Magna Cum Laude

Christopher Dale Rollins, London, ASN, Nursing

Naomi Anne Rose, London, MAED, School Counseling

Wesley Clinton-Douglas Schell, London, BS, Geology

Kayla Jatyi Shannon, London, BSW, Social Work, Cum Laude

Erin Nicole Shifflet, London, BS, Agriculture

Christopher James Swinford, London, BBA, Accounting

Kimberly Anne Walker, London, BBA, Accounting

Jessica Nicole Wells, London, BS, Clinical Laboratory Science

Crystal Lynn Williams, London, ASN, Nursing

William David Wombles, London, BS, Career & Tech Ed, Teach, Magna Cum Laude

Alonda LaShawn Wright, London, BS, Wildlife Management

Courtney Brooke Wright, London, BA, Gen Studies in Arts & Sciences

Brittany Nicole Barton, Corbin, BSW, Social Work, Magna Cum Laude

Tiffany Nicole Bays, Corbin, BS, Elementary Education Teaching

David Garrett Chumbley, Corbin, BBA, Management

Julie Ann Faulkner, Corbin, ASN, Nursing

Randall Flanary, Corbin, BS, Career & Tech Ed, Teach

Ashleigh Noelle Freitag, Corbin, BS, Criminal Justice

Brenda Gail Gray, Corbin, BA, Gen Studies in Health Sciences

April Denise Haley, Corbin, BS, Elementary Education Teaching, Cum Laude

Tony D. Harris, Corbin, MAED, Secondary Education

Vanessa Lynn Hinkle, Corbin, ASN, Nursing, With Distinction

Christin Michelle Johnson, Corbin, BS, Sp Educ Teach/L&B Disord P-12

Autumn Lee Lawson, Corbin, ASN, Nursing

Candace Lynn McClung, Corbin, BS, Elementary Education Teaching, Magna Cum Laude

Brittany E. Morgan, Corbin, ASN, Nursing

Jared Alan Norvell, Corbin, BA, History

William Guy Reed, Corbin, BA, Gen Studies in Health Sciences

Cassie Rynea Rose, Corbin, ASN, Nursing

Ashley Eryn Scott, Corbin, BS, Criminal Justice

Morgan Kate Shelton, Corbin, BA, Gen Studies in Arts & Sciences

Jessica Danielle Taylor, Corbin, BA, Gen Studies in Arts & Sciences

Candice Adale Williams, Corbin, MS, Correctional & Juv Jus Studies

Mendy Nicole Terry, Rockholds, BS, Criminal Justice

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