Lincoln Co. students named to EKU President’s List

Published 12:55 pm Thursday, August 15, 2019

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RICHMOND, Ky. — Eastern Kentucky University has announced that 1,655 students earned President’s List honors for the Spring 2019 semester.

The List includes the following Lincoln County students:

Bobbie Jo Brown, Stanford, senior, Accounting; Megan Misha Reynolds, Stanford, senior, Apparel Design & Merchandise; Kayla Michelle Mullins, Stanford, senior, ASL & English Interpretation; Kendrew L. Scott, Stanford, junior, Business; Ramona Gaye Reardon, Stanford, senior, Child and Family Studies; Timothy Allen Davis, Waynesburg, junior, Computer Science; Brett Kyler Hall, Waynesburg, freshman, Criminal Justice; Rae Mikala Carter, Crab Orchard, senior, Deaf/ Hard of Hearing Ed; Jessie M. Ferguson, Crab Orchard, senior, Elementary Education Teaching; Bailey Conner Adams, Stanford, sophomore, Elementary Education Teaching.

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Kaitlyn Makenzie Lane, Stanford, senior, English Teaching; Zachary Todd Salyers, Stanford, senior, Finance; Kaitlyn Dawn Stoltman, Stanford, senior, Geographic Information Science; Landrea Mae Smith, Crab Orchard, senior, Middle Grade Education; Mckenzie Paige Ross, Crab Orchard, junior, Middle Grade Education; Kensey Logan Godbey, Stanford, junior, Physical Education; Kelci Marie Young, Stanford, sophomore, Pre-Occupational Science; Emily Jewell Evans, Stanford, senior, Psychology; Courtney Nicole Noland, Stanford, senior, Spanish; Kristie R. Collett, Crab Orchard, senior, Special Education Teaching; Jacob Nathaniel Mason, Crab Orchard, senior, Statistics.

The President’s List was established to recognize outstanding academic achievement by full-time undergraduate students who attain a perfect 4.0 GPA 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.”