Eastern Ky. Univ. announces Fall 2016 Dean’s List

Published 1:30 pm Thursday, March 30, 2017

Eastern Kentucky University has announced that 3,723 students earned Dean’s List honors for the Fall 2016 semester.
The list of local students included on the Dean’s List follows:
Rebecca Anne Garrison, Waynesburg, sophomore, Criminal Justice
Kristie R. Collett, Crab Orchard, sophomore, Danville High School, Special Education Teaching
Courtney Layne Martin, Stanford, senior, Special Education Teaching
Destiny Le’Joi Routt, Stanford, senior, Pre-Child and Family Studies
Savannah Nicole Martin, Stanford, AGS, senior, Lincoln County High School, Child and Family Studies              
Lyndsey Keith Cook, Waynesburg, senior, Boyle County High School, Fam & Cons Sci Teaching
Lindsay Morgan High, Stanford, senior, Boyle County High School, Elementary Education 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
Joshua Nicholas Tolar, Stanford, senior, Lake Park High School, Risk Management & Insurance 
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
Christopher Jacob Carter, Crab Orchard, senior, Economics
Jacob Nathaniel Mason, Crab Orchard, junoir, Lincoln County High School, Mathematics
Brittani Paige Taylor, Crab Orchard, junior, Health Services Administration
Remonica D’Shay Garr, Stanford, senior, Lincoln County High School, Public Relations
Alaina Drew Mills,  Hustonville, senior, Lincoln County High School, Middle Grade Education
Amber Mckinzie Sears, Stanford, senior, Boyle County High School, Recreation & Park Admin
Jeremy Tyler Parsons, Stanford, senior, Lincoln County High School, Occupational Science
Sara Ashley Adington, Kings Mountain, junior, Lincoln County High School, Statistics
McKenzie Paige Hounshell, Stanford, junior, Psychology
Joshua Scott Lasure, Stanford, junior, Lincoln County High School, Criminal Justice
Caitlin Haley Noel, Stanford, sophomore, Danville High School, Geology
Kristen Hope Roark, Stanford, sophomore, Lincoln County High School, Pre-RN Pre-Nursing
Joshua Lee Sims, Kings Mountain, junior, Lincoln County High School, Criminal Justice
Logan Tyler Smith, Stanford, junior, Management 
Landrea Mae Smith, Crab Orchard, sophomore, Lincoln County High School, Chemistry
David Clark Bridgman, Stanford, sophomore, Lincoln County High School, Political Science
Rachel Louise Atwood, Stanford, senior, Public Health
Jessie Katelyn McGuffey, Stanford, sophomore, Lincoln County High School, Elementary Education Teaching
Kaitlyn Makenzie Lane, Stanford, freshman, Lincoln County High School, English Teaching
Elizabeth Kaye Padgett,  Stanford,  freshman, Garrard County High School, Accounting
Isaiah Michael Carpenter, Stanford, freshman, Lincoln County High School, Computer Science
Leah Renee Maddox, Crab Orchard, freshman, Lincoln County High School, Middle Grade Education
Katie Annette Adams, Crab Orchard, freshman, Rockcastle County High School, Pre-RN Pre-Nursing 
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
Jordan Emmanuel Denson, Stanford, freshman, Lincoln County High School, Physics
Matthew Ruggless, Stanford, junior, Geography   
To achieve Dean’s List honors at Eastern, students attempting 14 or more credit hours must earn a 3.5 grade point average out of a possible 4.0. Students attempting 13 credit hours must earn a 3.65 GPA, and students attempting 12 credit hours must earn a 3.75 GPA.
“We are always pleased to recognize outstanding academic achievement at Eastern Kentucky University,” said EKU President Michael Benson.