College news, May 16

Graduates

Berry College — Alexis Draut of Danville earned a BA in religion and philosophy.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln — Dustin Michael Mosko of Harrodsburg earned a master of fine arts from the office of Graduate Studies.

Texas State University College of Applied Arts — Koryn Nicole Wilcher, bachelor of science in nutrition with emphasis of dietitics. She is the daughter of Kyn and Erin Wilcher of Burgin, and Anthony and Vivian Barba of San Antonia Texas. She is the granddaughter of Gerald and Ann Wilcher of Danville.

University of the Cumberlands — Jeremiah Brown of Crab Orchard, bachelor of science; Crystal Buis of Liberty, master of arts in education; Pamela Carey of Liberty, master of arts in education; Kathy Clark of Lancaster, master of arts in education; Jonathan Cook of Stanford, bachelor of science; Steven Cook of Hustonville, master of business administration; Zachery Cope of Hustonville, bachelor of science; Pamela Gooch of Stanford, master of arts in education;  Kristopher Grasham of Stanford, education specialist; 

Andrew Groves of Danville, master of arts in education; 

Bridget Hahn of Lancaster, master of arts; 

Ashley Hayes of Liberty,master of arts in teaching.

Also, Sarah Hunt of Danville, bachelor of science; 

McKayla Jones of Windsor, bachelor of science education; Travis Kern of Danville, master of arts in education; Roxanne Mullins of Crab Orchard, master of arts in teaching; Samantha Erin Payne of Crab Orchard, bachelor of science; Rachel Pingleton of Parksville, bachelor of science; Theodin Powers of Lancaster, bachelor of science; Brandon Preston of Danville, master of arts in teaching; Ann Reynolds of Danville, master of arts in teaching; Kathy Sanders of Harrodsburg, master of arts in education; 

Christopher Skinner of Harrodsburg, master of business administration; Tyler Stidham-Padgett of Waynesburg, bachelor of science; Ann Tungate of Lancaster, master of arts in teaching; Caleb Wetmore of Harrodsburg, master of arts in education; Matthew Willoughby of Liberty, education specialist.

Carter graduates from EKU

Emily Carter graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors from Eastern Kentucky University on Saturday, May 12, 2017.

She has been named to the dean’s list as well as the president’s list while attending EKU. Emily served as President of EKU’s Chapter of Tau Sigma National Honor’s Society during her senior year. She received a BA in general studies with a minor in psychology and plans to pursue her master’s in industrial organizational psychology. She is the daughter of Rick and Ann Carter of Danville.