Tanner completes bachelor's degree
Ashley Malone Tanner graduated cum laude from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla., with a Bachelor of Science in human factors psychology.
As a student at the university, she was a member of Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society, Psi Chi Psychology Honor Society and the National Residence Hall Honorary, holding high leadership positions within each organization.
She also served as a representative to the Embry-Riddle Resident Student Association and worked with Up â??til Dawn, a student fundraising group for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, as public relations chair and as student director.
She has been on the National Dean's List and the Embry-Riddle Dean's List, and she was nominated to Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges for three years. In December 2007, she received the Most Outstanding Graduating Senior Award from the Human Factors and Systems Department and the award for the best senior project, for which she was project leader.
Through Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Tanner was a recipient of the Frank and Novie Adams Scholarship, a Women in Excellence Scholarship, and a Transfer Student Scholarship. She also received a Clark County Music Alumni Scholarship for the duration of her undergraduate years.
In her last undergraduate semester, Tanner studied abroad with the Semester at Sea program, where she visited 12 countries: Brazil, South Africa, India, Mauritius, Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, China and Hong Kong, Japan, Costa Rica, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. While in each port, she participated in a variety of service projects, including Habitat for Humanity in South Africa, an orphanage visit in Cambodia, a handicap home in Malaysia, and a service visit to a school in India.
Tanner will attend graduate school in the fall. She is a graduate of George Rogers Clark High School, the daughter of Tracy Tanner, and the granddaughter of Kay and Don Tohill of Winchester.
Winchester students graduate from Georgetown College
The following students from Winchester were among the 276 seniors who participated in Georgetown College's commencement exercises on May 10:
Bachelor of Arts:
James Wendell Bush, son of Renee Bush of Winchester
Andrea Scott Durbin, daughter of Scott and Sheila Durbin of Winchester
Matthew Ryan Graham, son of Joe and Billie J. Graham of Winchester
John Maurice Hendricks, son of John and Mary Hendricks of Winchester
William Paul Joslin, son of Harold and Paula Joslin of Winchester
Sarah Marie Moberly, daughter of Pamela Moberly and Bentley Moberly of Winchester
Ryan Jackson Moss, son of Hal and Dana Moss of Winchester
Bachelor of Science:
Amy Michelle Chamberlain, daughter of Richard and Laura Chamberlain of Winchester
Robert Charles Grant, son of Constance Grant of Winchester
Jonathan Dewayne Napier, son of Lonnie and Patricia Pendleton of Winchester
Bethany Ellen Smahaj, daughter of John Smahaj and Linda Smahaj of Winchester
Ryan Dane Snowden, son of Dane and Linda Snowden of Winchester