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Cumberlands Student James Brock Receives Award for Service to Campus and Community


Williamsburg, Ky – University of the Cumberlands (UC) presented the T. E. Mahan Memorial service award to James Brock (London, KY) during the annual Honors Day ceremonies on April 25th, 2011 in the O. Wayne Rollins Center. He is the son of James and Rhonda Brock of London, Ky.

Brock is a double major in both Accounting and Religion. He is a student member of both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and of the Kentucky society of Certified Public Accountants.

Currently he is an ordained minister and serves as minister of youth for the East Pittsburg Baptist Church in London, Ky.

His participation in campus activities include leadership positions in numerous campus organizations including serving as the past president of Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society for freshmen and president-elect for the Sigma Beta Delta National Honor Society for Business and Administration.

One nominator commented, “Jake’s greatest strength is that of character. He is honest, sincere and diligent. He always conducts himself in an ethical and respectful manner, and it is all combined with a most pleasant and winsome personality.”

The T. E. Mahan Memorial service award is awarded to a man of the junior class who possesses the qualities which indicate the potential for outstanding contributions to her community as well as manifesting the best qualities of potential service to society. Each candidate must possess good academic standing and accords herself with the high moral standards of the University.