Special to The Register

University of the Cumberlands is proud to congratulate its newest graduates.

The school's fall/winter graduates include 27 from Madison County.

n Tyler Williamson of Berea received their Education Specialist in Principal

n Bill Turner of Richmond received their Master of Business Administration in

n Kayla Clevenger of Richmond received their Education Specialist in Principal

n Lorrie Cavanah of Berea received their Bachelor of Science in Psychology

n Nicole Jeck of Berea received their Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership

n Kelly Terry of Waco received their Associate of Science in Human Services

n Kayla Dillon of Richmond received their Bachelor of Applied Science in Public Health

n Ryan Westhoff of Richmond received their Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

n Katherine Meade of Richmond received their Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

n Stephanie Haydon of Richmond received their Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice & Psychology

n Leslie Crane of Berea received their Bachelor of Science in Nursing

n Brittany Lucas of Richmond received their Bachelor of Science in Nursing

n Jennifer Rose of Bereareceived their Bachelor of Science in Psychology

n Shelbi Poole of Berea received their Education Specialist in Director of Special Education

n James Middleton of Richmond received their Master of Science in Global Business with Blockchain Technology

n Kendra Shuman of Richmond received their Master of Arts Education in School Counseling

n Alesha Alexander of Richmond received their Master of Arts Education in School Counseling

n Erin Muse of Berea received their Master of Arts Education in School Counseling

n Mitchell Golden of Richmond received their Master of Arts Education in Teacher Leader

n Chelsea Bullard of Berea received their Master of Arts in Teaching

n Joseph Grove of Berea received their Master of Arts in Teaching

n David Perry of Richmond received their Master of Arts in Teaching

n Jackson Feezell of Berea received their Master of Arts in Teaching

n Julie Poynter of Waco received their Master of Arts in Teaching

n Olivia Walden of Richmond received their Master of Arts in Teaching

n Kameron Presnell of Richmond received their Master of Arts in Teaching

n Jordan Hendrix of Berea received their Master of Business Administration in

The university wishes these students all the best in their future endeavors. Well done, Patriots!

University of the Cumberlands is one of the largest and most affordable private universities in Kentucky. Located in Williamsburg, Cumberlands is an institution of regional distinction offering quality undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, and online degree programs.

Learn more at ucumberlands.edu.

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