College news for June 20

June 21, 2004


Campbellsville University: Megan Smith of Harrodsburg has been awarded an associate of science degree in general studies; Candice Russell of Hustonville has been awarded a bachelor's degree in elementary education/primary-5 and graduated summa cum laude; Jennifer Green of Lancaster has been awarded a bachelor's degree in Biblical studies with a minor in communications/journalism and graduated summa cum laude; Lindsay Ball of Lancaster has been awarded a bachelor's degree in health education with a minor in environmental science and graduated magna cum laude; Casey Young of Perryville has been awarded a bachelor's degree in elementary education/primary-5 and graduated cum laude; Bryan Gross of Stanford has been awarded a master's degree in social science degree with areas of study in psychology and sociology.

University of Louisville: Julie Wysong graduated cum laude with a bachelor's degree in sociology. She plans to attend graduate school in the fall. She is the daughter of Jim and Susan Wysong.


Furman University: Elizabeth L. Scutchfield, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Scott Scutchfield of Danville.

National College of Business and Technology: Ella Lynette Gullett, daughter of Phyllis Thomas of Danville and the late Calvin Thomas of Lexington, received a diploma in medical transcription. She received highest honors and was named to the 2003 dean's list. She is a 1990 graduate of Boyle County High School, a 1998 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University and is employed by Danville Physical Therapy in Danville. She is the wife of Timothy Gullett.


University of Alabama at Birmingham: Daniel K. Greene, son of Susan and Clarence Greene of Danville, has earned a Ph.D. Greene performed his doctoral research in the field of cell biology in the laboratory of Dr. Anne Woods. His work focuses on understanding how cells interact with their environment and long-term applications of his studies may lead to better understanding of the changes cells undergo in diseases such as cancer and arthritis. Greene is a graduate of Campbellsville High School and the University of Kentucky, where he earned his bachelor's degree in biology. Greene will matriculate to Cornell Law School in the fall. He is the grandson of Kenneth Long of Harrodsburg.

Dean's list

Western Kentucky University: Danville, Allison R. Elmore, Renita N. Pennington, Sonya M. Selby, Michael A. Overmyer and Amanda J. Caldwell; and Perryville, Kelly R. Russell.

Centre College: Swope Munday, son of Ted and Myra Swope Munday of Stanford and a graduate of Lincoln County High School. He also is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. George Alfred Swope of Stanford.


Campbellsville University: Philip Wysong received a full-tuition scholarship. He graduated from Boyle County High School with a 4.0 grade point average and received the outstanding math student award. He is the son of Jim and Susan Wysong.

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