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Thirty-five Adair Co. residents earn degrees from LWC

Complete article contains lists of Adair County, KY graduates and degrees earned. Graduates from Casey, Cumberland, Green, Metcalfe, Russell and Taylor to be added soon.

By Mariah Stearns

Thirty-five Adair County residents received undergraduate or graduate degrees at Lindsey Wilson's 103rd commencement ceremony, held Saturday, May 14, in Biggers Sports Center.

Local students earned Associates, Bachelors and Masters degrees in disciplines ranging from nursing and biology to education, interactive design, business and criminal justice.

Bill Goodman, Kentucky Hall of Fame Journalist and Host of KET's Kentucky Tonight, shared insights from his many years of experience in the commencement address.

Congratulations to the following graduates:

  • Robert Barnes earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration

  • James Berry earned an Associates degree in Health Science

  • Haley Burton earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Middle Grades Education 5-9

  • Rachel Byrd earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology

  • Tanner Caldwell earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration

  • Tori Collins earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice

  • Abigayle Colon earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing

  • Lauren Crawhorn earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services and Counseling

  • Sarah Davis earned a Master of Arts degree in Counseling and Human Development

  • Seth Dunbar earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Middle Grades Education 5-9

  • Laura Feese earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication

  • Bernard Graham earned a Bachelor of Arts and Science degree in Psychology and Psychophysiology

  • Norma Hadley earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Contract/Multi-Disciplinary

  • Lauren Janes earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing

  • Ashley Jeffries earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing

  • Sydney Martyne earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Teacher Education

  • William Masters earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sustainability & Energy Apps

  • Chelsea Miller earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychophysiology

  • Anthony Moor earned a Master of Arts degree in Interactive Design

  • Rachel Overby earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services and Counseling

  • Emily Redmon earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology

  • Whitney Redmon earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing

  • Elizabeth Smith earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Middle Grades Education 5-9

  • Huston Smith earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services and Counseling

  • Lauren Smith earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing

  • Emily Sneed earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology

  • Sarah Streeval earned a Master of Education degree in Human Services and Counseling

  • Joshua Taylor earned an Associates degree in Business Management

  • Shannon Trent earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing

  • Clay Turner earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Christian Ministries

  • Hali Wheat earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration

  • Brooklyn Willis earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services and Counseling

  • andrew Wright earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Recreation/Tourism & Sports Management

  • Earl Young earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice

  • Fatima Yousufi earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Contract/Multi-Disciplinary.



This story was posted on 2016-05-18 08:34:16
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Welcome Back, Lindsey Wilson College Students!!!
Columbia/Adair County has missed you. You've come home to a warm, welcoming community for your Fall Semester. The community wishes you the greatest Success. We hope you'll find a college hometown as wonderful as the one you left. (Suggestion homework this weekend recommended by JIM: Encore Classic: Gordon Crump - 'How I discovered Columbia . . . ')

 

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