, Corbin, KY


February 1, 2012

EKU Fall 2011 Graduate and Award List



Adria Lynn Kersey, Corbin, SR, Communication Disorders

Jamie Lynn King, Corbin, FR, Biology Pre-Medical Science

Stacie Michelle Lawless, Corbin, SO, Elementary Education Teaching

Selena Rose Laws, Corbin, SR, Social Work

Sonya Kay Mitchell, Corbin, JR, Social Work

Cynthia B. Money, Corbin, SR, Social Work

Lindsey Nicole Neeley, Corbin, SO, Biology Pre-Medical Science

Jessica Lynne Padilla, Corbin, JR, Pre-Nursing

Ankit Dinesh Patel, Corbin, FR, Criminal Justice

Gregory Tyler Prewitt, Corbin, SR, Criminal Justice

Whitney Ruth Proessel, Corbin, SO, History

Tarah Kareen Remy, Corbin, FR, Music

Ashley Eryn Scott, Corbin, SR, Criminal Justice

Gregory Kirk Smith, Corbin, SR, Fire/Arson & Expos Invest

Larry Gabriel Kenneth Warfield, Corbin, FR, Biology Pre-Medical Science

Melissa Carol Hill, Rockholds, SR, Middle Grade Education

Whitney Lee Pratt, Rockholds, SR, Elementary Education Teaching

Janet April Adkins, Williamsburg, SR, Gen Studies in Arts & Sciences

Aaron Paul Manns, Williamsburg, SO, Pre-Occupational Science

Jennifer Michelle Rose, Williamsburg, JR, Social Work

Billy Charles Shriner, Williamsburg, SR, Elementary Education Teaching

Stephanie Jean Skidmore, Williamsburg, JR, Correctional & Juv Jus Studies

Shara Faith Strickland, Williamsburg, SR, Elementary Education Teaching

Mackenzie Gabrielle Teague, Williamsburg, SO, Health Education

EKU 2011 Fall Dean’s Award

Listed by Name, Hometown, Classification, Major

Christopher Lee Gibson, Barbourville, SO, Geology

Jayme Michelle Mills, Barbourville, SR, Occupational Science

Kendra A. Croley, East Bernstadt, SR, Psychology

Kristy Sue Hubbard, East Bernstadt, JR, English Teaching

Tess Auriel Angel, London, JR, Psychology

Wesley Jacob Bill, London, SO, Pre-Nursing

Lindsey Rachele Damron, London, SR, General Dietetics

Ronnie Jarad Hicks, London, SR, Middle Grade Education

Landon Blake Jones, London, JR, Pre-Optometry

Lindsey Nicole Lewis, London, SO, Chemistry

Kristin Nicole Murphy, London, SO, Chemistry Pre-Pharmacy

Alison Leigh Owens, London, SR, Elementary Education Teaching

Sydney Keaton Pennington, London, SO, Pre-Nursing

Megan McKenzie Prewitt, London, SR, Occupational Science

Aaron Andrew Rose, London, SR, Recreation & Park Admin

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