HARROGATE — Over 250 students were recognized at Lincoln Memorial University's 2014 Student Awards and Recognition Program in April. At the ceremony $540,000 of donor funded endowed and annual scholarships were awarded.
Among the honored students were Andrew Lyles and Sydnie Anderson of Cleveland.
Lyles received the Mary Logan Scholarship and the Mary Wilcox Scholarship.
Anderson received the Ken and Christine Edds Endowed Scholarship.
Lincoln Memorial University is a values-based learning community dedicated to providing educational experiences in the liberal arts and professional studies. The main campus is located in Harrogate.
For more information about the undergraduate and graduate programs available at LMU, contact the Office of Admissions at 423-869-6280 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Roane State Community College
HARRIMAN — Three area students made the dean's list at Roane State Community College for the spring 2014 semester.
Emily Lenna and Kayla Schrank of Decatur and Leila Pursell of McDonald earned grades good enough to earn spots on the list.
To be eligible for the Dean's List, a student must attain at least a 3.5 GPA while attempting 12 or more semester hours of college-level courses.
Roane State is a two-year college providing transfer programs, career-preparation programs and continuing education. Founded in 1971, the college has campuses in Crossville, Harriman, Huntsville, Jamestown, Knoxville, LaFollette, Lenoir City, Oak Ridge and Wartburg.
For more information, visit roanestate.edu or call 1-866-GO2-RSCC.
Tennessee Tech University
COOKEVILLE — The hard work of more than 4,000 students has earned them places on Tennessee Tech University’s dean’s list.
The following Bradley County students made the list: Abigail T. Coulthard, Alex Joseph Prohaska, Allison Elizabeth Clowers, Allyson Lee Kimball, Anna Kathleen McFarland, Brandon Skylar Conway, Chelsea L. Hall, Dana LaShae DeLong, Daniel Terry Pierce, Derek L. Snyder, Devon Nicole Vaughn, Garrett M Wallace, Haden Thomas Hamilton, Isaac S. Beaty, Jacob Bryant Rollins, James Edward Barnett, Joby Dale Haney, John B. Kimball, Joseph D. Cannon, Justin M. Jones, Luke E. Shattuck, Madelyn Kay Walker, Matthew L. Bishop, Melissa A Goncalves, Melissa A. Cumby, Meredith Rachel McDuffee, Morgan Taylor King, Morgan Taylor Bennett, Nicholas Allen Hape, Rae Anne Allen, Robert Anthony Giarla, Robyn A. Varner, Rudy Lynn Beaty, Ryan Taylor Adkins, Samantha D. Partin, Shane Patrick Foley, Stephenie Charlene McKinney, Toye Alexandrian Clark, Travis Dale Weatherford, Tyler Joseph Brock, Victoria R. Espinoza and William Andrew Nicholas.
The following Polk County students made the list: Allen S. Uhlik and Lydia Grace Triplett.
The dean’s list recognizes the university’s top academic performers. To be included on the list, a student must be attending the university full time and earn a GPA of at least 3.1 on the 4.0 scale.
The state’s only public technological university, TTU offers more than 40 bachelor’s and 20 graduate programs to more than 11,000 students. With hundreds of student activities ranging from clubs and organizations to community service projects, intramurals and Greek Life, TTU offers a full campus experience to students from around the world. Founded in 1915, Tennessee Tech is about an hour east of Nashville in Cookeville. Learn more at www.tntech.edu.