College news, June 28

Dean’s lists

Berea College — Nicholas Bottom of Harrodsburg, Aaron Clark of Harrodsburg, Miranda Flannery of Middleburg, Aaron Lange of Liberty, Sara Mullins of Harrodsburg, Elijah Nicholson-Messmer of Lancaster, Arres Reilly of Lancaster and Sarah Staat of Liberty.

Miami University — Olivia Ramsey, from Salvisa, she is earning a bachelor of arts majoring in biochemistry, premedical studies.

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology — Tyler Whitehouse, of Danville.

Graduates

Lindsey Wilson College — Hannah Hogue of Parksville earned a bachelor of art degree in human services and counseling; Keegan Kendrick of Danville earned a bachelor of art degree in social science teacher education; Shannon Overstreet of Parksville earned a bachelor of art degree in Christian ministries; Kaile Short of Perryville earned a bachelor of science degree in biology; Sammi White of Danville earned a bachelor of art degree in human services and counseling.

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology — Tyler Whitehouse, of Danville, graduated Cum Laude from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology with a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering with a software engineering minor. He is the son of Ray and Pam Whitehouse and grandson of Ken and Tina Whitehouse. Tyler has accepted an engineering position with Underwriters Laboratories in Northbrook, Illinois.

Fort Knox Federal Credit Union awards Roush Memorial Scholarships

Fort Knox Federal Credit Union awarded college scholarships to four outstanding 2017 high school graduates. Receiving the one-time $1,000 awards are: Rebecca Jeffries, Lincoln County High School in Stanford who will be attending Campbellsville College in the fall; also Seth Paul Newby, LaRue County High School; Brooke Lee Mahanna, North Hardin High; and Ramsey Deaton, Elizabethtown High School.

Rebecca Jeffries (left), Lincoln County High School graduate, is one of four Roush Memorial Scholarship recipients for 2017. The scholarships are sponsored by Fort Knox Federal Credit Union and presenting the scholarship is Rebecca Ates, Executive Vice President.