, Corbin, KY


February 1, 2012

EKU Fall 2011 Graduate and Award List



Mendy Nicole Terry, Rockholds, AA, Police Studies

Alicia Lavon Calton, Williamsburg, BFA, Art

Valerie Rose Lee, Williamsburg, BA, History

Ashley Lynn Partin, Williamsburg, BS, Elementary Education Teaching, Magna Cum Laude

Haley Marie Stark, Williamsburg, BBA, Marketing

Shonda Lynn Tucker, Williamsburg, BSN, Nursing (Post-RN)

Mattie Ann Vanover, Williamsburg, ASN, Nursing

EKU 2011 Fall Dean’s List

Listed by name, hometown, school year, major


Kendra Rachelle Gray, Artemus, FR, Biology Pre-Medical Science

Michelle Whitney Alsip, Barbourville, FR, Pre-Nursing

Elizabeth Hope Barnes, Barbourville, SR, Gen Studies in Arts & Sciences

Alan Michael Campbell, Barbourville, SR, History

Christopher Lee Gibson, Barbourville, SO, Geology

Morgan Olivia Lockard, Barbourville, JR, History

Erica Shawnee Mills, Barbourville, JR, Elementary Education Teaching

Jayme Michelle Mills, Barbourville, SR, Occupational Science

Mary Joyce Morris, Barbourville, JR, History

Brittany Shantay Partin, Barbourville, SO, Undeclared

Joshua Aaron Patterson, Barbourville, SR, Health Services Administration

Michael Jay Powers, Barbourville, FR, General Studies

Leah Denise Sizemore, Barbourville, FR, Undeclared seeking 4 year

Keshia Darlene Smith, Barbourville, SR, Social Work

Zachariah Nathaniel Smith, Barbourville, JR, Correctional & Juv Jus Studies

Misty Dawn Liford, Bimble, SR, Elementary Education Teaching

Amber Nicole Vaughn, Bimble, FR, Biology Pre-Medical Science

Jacqueline Nicole Dean, Flat Lick, SO, Social Work

Kaela Lynn Grubb, Flat Lick, SR, Child and Family Studies

Rebecca Hazelena Merida, Flat Lick, SR, Elementary Education Teaching

Joseph William Napier, Flat Lick, SR, Criminal Justice

Raven Brooke Jordan, Girdler, FR, Pre-Nursing

Samantha N. Colwell, Gray, SR, Special Education

Brigetta Anne Crawford, Gray, SR, Art

Andrew Michael Fore, Gray, FR, Computer Science

Lauren Elizabeth Gibson, Gray, FR, Pre-Nursing

Mary Katherine Masters, Gray, SR, Elementary Education Teaching

Kiker Aaron Moses, Gray, JR, Emergency Medical Care

Chelsea Miranda Smith, Gray, SR, Elementary Education Teaching

Jonathan Lloyd Smith, Gray, JR, Gen Studies in Justice & Safe.

Staci Nicole Nantz, Woodbine, FR, Pre-Nursing

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