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Richard recieves Education pin at CU December ceremony

Devin Richard of Columbia received a pin for P-5, Elementary Education at Campbellsville University's School of Education pinning and hooding ceremony in December, 2021.

Devin Richard is a 2019 graduate of Adair County High School. She is the daughter of Jamie and Sharon Richard.

The pin the students receive is in the shape of a puzzle piece, which represents a piece of the School of Education Conceptual Framework that describes the education program. The School of Education's hooding and pinning ceremony began in 2011 at the recommendation of Kappa Delta Pi, an international honor education society.

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CU School of Education holds pinning and hooding ceremony

2022-01-18 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Kelsey Overall.
Devin Richard of Columbia was among the students honored in Campbellsville University's School of Education pinning and hooding ceremony in December, 2021.

From left are Laura Mays, Adrian Levisohn, Sydney Pinkham, Savannah Ramos, Devin Richard, Samantha Rogers, Payton Blades, Kali Hasty, Kelsey Baker and Dr. Dottie Davis, associate professor of education.

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