EKU announces Fall 2016 President’s List

Published 1:03 pm Thursday, March 16, 2017

Eastern Kentucky University has announced that 1,661 students earned President’s List honors for the Fall 2016 semester.
The President’s List for the Fall semester includes 18 local students. Those students were:
Rebecca Anne Garrison, Waynesburg, sophomore, Criminal Justice
Kristie R. Collett, Crab Orchard, sophomore, Danville High School, Special Education Teaching
Lyndsey Keith Cook, Waynesburg, senior, Boyle County High School, Fam & Cons Sci Teaching
Halie Cheyenne Stephens, Crab Orchard, senior, Lincoln County High School, Elementary Education Teaching
Elizabeth Anne Lawrence, Crab Orchard, BS, senior, Rockcastle County High School, Elementary Education Teaching, Cum Laude
Elesha Ann Hilbert, Stanford, junior, Thomas Carr Howe High School, Recreation & Park Admin
Natasha Elezabeth Bohlman, Crab Orchard, senior, Rockcastle County High School, Public Health
Ashley Faye Frith, Stanford, senior, Lincoln County High School, Elementary Education Teaching
Jacob Nathaniel Mason, Crab Orchard, junior, Lincoln County High School, Mathematics
Alaina Drew Mills, Hustonville, senior, Lincoln County High School, Middle Grade Education
Sara Ashley Adington, Kings Mountain, junior, Lincoln County High School, Statistics
McKenzie Paige Hounshell, Stanford, junior, Psychology
Rachel Louise Atwood, Stanford, senior, Public Health
Jessie Katelyn McGuffey, Stanford, sophomore, Lincoln County High School, Elementary Education Teaching
Carly Elisabeth Walls, Waynesburg, freshman, Lincoln County High School, Undeclared seeking 4 year
McKenzie Nicole Hensley, Stanford, freshman, Lincoln County High School, Chemistry
Megan Regina Turner, Stanford, freshman, Lincoln County High School, Psychology
Matthew Ruggless, Stanford, junior, Geography
The President’s List was established by the University to recognize outstanding academic achievement. It is bestowed upon full-time undergraduate students who attain a perfect 4.0 grade point average for a semester.
“All of us at EKU are committed to academic excellence and the success of our students,” EKU President Michael Benson said, “and we are especially pleased to recognize those students who have excelled to the point of perfection during a semester’s work.”