Jan. 16, 2012
For Immediate Releas
By Linda Waggener, marketing and media relations coordinator
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – Dr. Darlene Eastridge, dean, welcomed graduates and their families to Campbellsville University’s Carver school of Social Work and Counseling pinning ceremony Dec. 14 in The Gheens Recital Hall.
Debbie Carter, field director and assistant professor of social work, introduced bachelor of social work graduates to be pinned.
Bachelor of social work degree recipients were: Leslie Carver, Campbellsville, Ky.; Terra French, Greensburg, Ky.; Emily Harlan, Campbellsville, Ky.; Bridgette Honaker, Somerset, Ky.; Heather Keith, Monticello, Ky.; Alison Lee, Hopkinsville, Ky.;
Amber Lowe, Monticello, Ky.; Almeta McGlothlin, Somerset, Ky.; Erin Price, Loretto, Ky.; Amanda Powers, Mt. Sherman, Ky.; Hannah Thompson, Lexington, Ky.; Tina Tooley, Louisville, Ky.;
Jason Underhill, French Lick, Ind.; Michaela Vaillant, Louisville, Ky.; Ashley Ware, Russell Springs, Ky.; and Rebecca Wright, Greensburg, Ky.
Master of science in counseling degree recipients were: Kristin Garrett, Bluefield, Va.; Daniel Hall, Campbellsville, Ky.; Kim Jackson, Louisville, Ky.; Yenisei Martinez, Louisville, Ky.; Miranda Melton (Kellum), DePauw, Ind.; and David Rutledge, Louisville, Ky.
In presenting the students from CU’s regional center in Somerset, Anne Adcock, assistant professor of social work, said, “Even though we are a satellite center, our Somerset graduates grasp the feel of the mission of CU; they are true Christian servant leaders. Three are going straight into our Carver School master’s program.”
Darrell Locke, assistant professor of social work, presented the students receiving their pins from the CU Louisville Education Center and said, “They completed the bachelor’s program at LEC, and I’m really proud of them.”
| Commencement day activities kept MSC graduates from
attending the ceremony; however Dr. Kellie Cody,
assistant professor of social work, did recognize Daniel
Shane Hall, of Campbellsville, who Cody said he had the
good fortune to have as a student from bachelor’s through
master’s. (CU Photo by Linda Waggener)
Dr. Kellie Cody, assistant professor of social work, introduced MSC recipient Daniel Shane Hall, Campbellsville, Ky., with a special note, “I’m fortunate to have seen a few of my students go all the way from undergraduate to their bachelor’s degrees and then to complete their master’s,” he said.