, Corbin, KY


February 1, 2012

EKU Fall 2011 Graduate and Award List



Brittany Emma Philpot, Woodbine, JR, Social Work

Dennita Renee Taylor, Woodbine, SO, Middle Grade Education

Kendra A. Croley, East Bernstadt, SR, Psychology

Kristy Sue Hubbard, East Bernstadt, JR, English Teaching

Brian K. Neal, East Bernstadt, SR, Middle Grade Education

Alyssa Allison Radford, East Bernstadt, SR, Chemistry Pre-Pharmacy

Tommy Brandon Radford, East Bernstadt, SR, Elementary Education Teaching

Sitha C. Salyers, East Bernstadt, SR, Child and Family Studies

Anna Lynne Schneider, East Bernstadt, SR, Comparative Humanities

Elizabeth Marie Schneider, East Bernstadt, SO, Psychology

Frankie Lee Smith, East Bernstadt, SR, Correctional & Juv Jus Studies

Tyler Andrew DeWitt, Keavy, JR, Biology Pre-Medical Science

Shannon Michelle Moore, Keavy, SR, Special Education

Hannah Mae Robbins, Keavy, SR, Criminal Justice

Tess Auriel Angel, London, JR, Psychology

Michelle Burlene Asher, London, JR, Social Work

Wesley Jacob Bill, London, SO, Pre-Nursing

Wendy Dawn Brown, London, SR, Nursing

Emily K. Bruner, London, SR, Communication Disorders

Erika Paige Burchett, London, SO, Pre-Nursing

Randy Lee Burns, London, SR, Clinical Laboratory Tech

Mallory Lynn Christian, London, SO, Biology Pre-Medical Science

Holly Nicole Cloud, London, SO, Social Work

Katie Jane Collett, London, JR, Sp Educ Teach/L&B Disord P-12

Christon Andrew Cornett, London, SO, Wildlife Management

Kathryn Marie Corso, London, FR, Child and Family Studies

Lindsey Rachele Damron, London, SR, General Dietetics

Donald L. Doty, London, SR, Technology

Margaret Grace Doty, London, SO, Sport Management

MacKenzie Lee Durham, London, JR, Elementary Education Teaching

Fred Edward Ellis, London, SR, Criminal Justice

Joseph Richard Fanella, London, JR, Sociology

Leann Laree Faulconer, London, SR, Elementary Education Teaching

Jessica Nicole Fields, London, SR, Elementary Education Teaching

Nicholas Howard Fields, London, SR, English Teaching

Savannah Lynn Fields, London, FR, Pre-Occupational Science

Lindsay Jo Floyd, London, JR, Elementary Education Teaching

Jennifer Deanna Gross, London, JR, Criminal Justice

Kathleen Ann Haas, London, SR, Social Work

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