image
Wed, Mar 29, 2017 12:26 PM
Wednesday, March 8, 2017 issue
Big Sandy Area students earn degrees from MSU

MOREHEAD Thirteen Lawrence County, 23 Johnson County and seven Martin County students earned their degrees from Morehead State University during the 2003 Spring Commencement exercises.

Graduating with honors from Louisa were Jenny Elizabeth Roberts, Louisa, Bachelor of Social Work, Magna Cum Laude; and Desiree Dawn Willis, Louisa, Bachelor of Social Work, Magna Cum Laude.

Graduates also include Sarah A. Adkins, Louisa, Bachelor of Music Education; Tonya Denise Castle, Ulysses, Master of Arts in Education; Bryan Lee Cook, Morehead, Bachelor of Arts; Sean Michael Harris, Louisa, Master of Business Administration; Karen Scott Hay, Louisa, Bachelor of Arts; Bruce Vincent Humphrey, Louisa, Master of Arts; David B. Keene, Louisa, Bachelor of Arts; Jennifer Denise Maggard, Louisa, Bachelor of Arts; Marlena Faye Scott, Louisa, Bachelor of Arts; Mary Anne Vinson, Louisa, Bachelor of Arts; and Robert Chadwick Williams, Louisa, Bachelor of Arts.

Graduating with honors from Johnson County were Christopher Allen Daniel, River, Bachelor of Science, Magna Cum Laude; Catherine Ann Estep, Volga, Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude; Alison Lee Ferguson, Flat Gap, Bachelor of Science, Magna Cum Laude; and Tarah Breann Williams, Salyersville, Bachelor of Arts, Summa Cum Laude.

Graduates also include John M. Brown, Paintsville, Master of Arts; Amy M. Case, Nippa, Master of Arts in Education; Amy Michelle Conley, Wittensville, Master of Arts in Education; Eula Mae Conley, Paintsville, Bachelor of University Studies; and Adam Crum, Paintsville, Master of Arts.

Also, Teresia Lynn Crum, Inez, Master of Arts in Education; Melanie L. Davis, River, Bachelor of Social Work; Danny Harmon, Offutt, Bachelor of University Studies; Leigh Ann Jeffiers, Nippa, Master of Arts in Education; Linda Gail Keathley, East Point, Bachelor of Social Work; David A. Lemaster, Paintsville, Master of Arts; Misty Renee Lemaster, Stambaugh, Associate of Applied Science; Misty L. McCarty, Paintsville, Master of Arts in Education; Greta Meek, Oil Springs, Educational Specialist; Marie F. Moore, Thelma, Bachelor of Social Work; Diana Lee Pack, Hager Hill, Master of Arts in Education; Amanda L. Pinson, Paintsville, Bachelor of University Studies; Kevin Todd Simpson, Hager Hill, Bachelor of Music Education; and Sharon Kay Welch, Whitehouse, Bachelor of Social Work.

Graduating with honors from Martin County were Emily Regenea Bowen, Inez, Bachelor of Social Work, Cum Laude; and Kristen June Evans, Inez, Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude.

Graduates also include Kimberly E. Buskirk, Inez, Bachelor of University Studies; Dena Rechele James, Inez, Master of Arts in Education; Brandon T. Ross, Maysville, Bachelor of Science; Melissa A. Ward, Tomahawk, Bachelor of Arts; and Ashley D. Webb, Lovely, Bachelor of Arts.

To earn a degree Cum Laude, a student must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 to 3.59 on a 4.0 scale. To earn a degree Magna Cum Laude, a student must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.6 to 3.89 on a 4.0 scale.

Appalachian Regional Health Care
schools
WMS lists final honor roll
MSU Student Activities Council has new members
Students honored by U.S. Achievement Academy
Fort Gay alumni plan dinner, golf tourney
Site Search


The Big Sandy News