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UC Announces Christian Leadership Scholarship Recipients

Williamsburg, KY - The University of the Cumberlands (UC) is pleased to announce that 29 students have been named Christian Leadership Scholarship honorees and have been awarded a $1,000 scholarship for the 2011-2012 academic year.

UC’s Christian Leadership Scholarship program exists to acknowledge the contributions of deserving students to their churches and to other Christian organizations. In doing so, the university is making an investment in the lives of the students selected for these scholarships and in the future of the organizations they represent.

The 2011-12 recipients are: Luke Atkeson (Galena, OH), Zachary Batts (Knoxville, TN), Rachel Cook (Stanford, KY), Taryn Culverhouse (Oneida, TN), Sara England (Versailles, KY), Olivia Farmer (Hyden, KY), Stephanie Farmer (Barbourville, KY), Kimberly Farr (Kennesaw, GA), Aimee Glover (Germantown, OH), Joseph Haaff (Rockport, IN), Michael Hair (Paducah, KY), Jordan Hampton (Pineville, KY), Rachel Hampton (Hopkinsville, KY), Dalton Hutton (Mt. Vernon, KY), Chase Jackson (Manchester, KY), Brooke Johnson (Corbin, KY), DeAndra King (London, KY), Christopher Lowrie (Williamsburg, KY), Matthew Maher (Corbin, KY), Carrie Norris (Somerset, KY), Cassity Riffe (Thornton, KY), Travis Rogan (Johnson City, TN), Rachel Sims (Crab Orchard, KY), Caleb Stoffle (Seymour, TN), Travis Sulfridge (Williamsburg, KY), Katelyn Turk (Bowling Green, KY), Daniel Upchurch (Corbin, KY), Caitlyn Walden (Williamsburg, KY), and Jada Wilson (Winfield, TN).

Believing that the most meaningful and rewarding life is one that is spent in service to others, UC has implemented this Christian Leadership Scholarship program to enhance the commitment that individual students are making to provide leadership to various Christian organizations.

Located in Williamsburg, KY, University of the Cumberlands is an institution of regional distinction, which currently offers four undergraduate degrees in more than 40 major fields of study; nine pre-professional programs; nine graduate degrees, including two doctorates, a specialist, and six master’s degrees; certifications in education; and online programs.