JACKSON, Tenn. – May 14, 2001 – The following Union University seniors were recently named to "Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges."
Tristin Abair of Somerville, Tenn.; Autumn Alcott of Murray, Ky.; Mandy Bell of Jackson, Tenn.; Maggie Bible of Savannah, Tenn.; Julie Boyer of Everett, Wash.; Julie Ann Bradfield of McKenzie, Tenn.; Robert Braese of Germantown, Tenn.; Richard Clark of Franklin, Tenn.; Laura Crabb of Harrisburg, Ill.; Regan Craig of Brownsville, Tenn.; Christina Crouse of Cordova, Tenn.; Jamie Curry of Cordova, Tenn.;
Joshua Drake of Goodlettsville, Tenn.; Jennifer Escue of Nashville, Tenn.; Janel Ewing of Placerville, Cal.; Brittney Herndon of Jackson, Tenn.; Elizabeth Hill of Ft. Myers, Fla.; Jonathan Hoover of Adamsville, Tenn.; Jason Hurt of Paducah, Ky.; Jeremy Isaac of Memphis, Tenn.; Martha Koellein of Jackson, Tenn.; Alisha Lehmkuhl of Gleason, Tenn.; Leslie Leslie of Jackson, Tenn.; Rebekah Lollar of Bartlett, Tenn.;
Stephanie Mabry of Jackson, Tenn.; Michelle Malloy of Franklin, Tenn.; Melody Maxwell of Collierville, Tenn.; Jeffrey McKenzie of Southaven, Miss.; Brent Morris of Charlotte, Tenn.; James Mosley of Paris, Tenn.; Lori Neal of Mansfield, Tenn.; Andrew Nichols of Jackson, Tenn.; Ellen Penny of Jackson, Tenn.; Matthew Pigg of Willow Springs, Mo.; Kami Reddin of Reagan, Tenn.; Carla Rose of Hendersonville, Tenn.;
Mindy Sellers of Bradford, Tenn.; Ruth Shaver of Tukwila, Wash.; Sarah Jane Smith of Jackson, Tenn.; Caleb Trent of Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Joshua Trent of Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Lauren Tucker of Millington, Tenn.; Lauren Tucker of Millington, Tenn.; Brandy Tulo-Lang of Marion, Ill.; Hannah Vergossen of Jackson, Tenn.; Christin White of Medina, Tenn.; Kristin Wicker of Naples, Fla.; Lisa Williams of Huron, Tenn.; Chad Wilson of Paris, Tenn., and Melissa Yau of Memphis, Tenn.
"More than 1,400 colleges throughout the United States annually participate in the program, which recognizes outstanding students on the basis of scholarship, leadership ability, character and community service," said Dr. Carla Sanderson, Union's provost and vice president for academic affairs.
The students were honored in a special recognition chapel during the month of May.
Sara B. Horn,