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05-30-2008


Cumberlands Announces Hutton Scholars

WILLIAMSBURG, Ky.- University of the Cumberlands is proud that 39 members of the Class of 2008 were named Hutton Scholars at Commencement on May 3.

Named for Dr. Edward L. Hutton, nationally noted business leader and long-time friend of UC, The Hutton Leadership and Community Service Program is a four-phase program providing leadership training and community service opportunities for all undergraduate students. The requirement for graduation includes the completion of the Insights Program during the first semester of enrollment, the successful completion of Lead 100 Leadership Seminar, and a minimum of 40 hours of community service following the seminar. Seniors who have participated in the optional fourth phase of community service, a minimum of 200 hours of service while at UC, receive the distinction of graduating as Hutton Scholars.

 Jennifer Belcher  Bradley Bell  Joshua Bowman  Mikeal Brooks  Deseree Cazares  Ashley Clark  Joshua Combs  Heather Conley  Nickie Dugger  Jonathan Fister  Alyssa Fuller  Christopher Honeycutt  Felix Koch  William Lethcoe III  Daniel Lowe  Clinton Masters  Tiffany Meadors  Jolina Miller  Robert Moehling  Andrew Morrison  Kathryn Murphy  Ashley Murray  Amanda McGee O’Banion  Mary Osborne  Bethany Ott  Jordan Patton  Christopher Peace  Nicholas Philpot  Cierra Powers  Heather Powers  Joshua Price  Bryan Reed  Jonathan Silverman  Erin Slocum  Katherine Stienbarger  Sarah Strunk  Emily Sturgill  Kristen Summers  Timothy Wix

Hutton, a leader in every sense of the word and an individual who personifies exemplary leadership practices, has provided support for the Leadership and Community Service Program since its inception and has been the university’s most vocal cheerleader as it strives to provide practical training for its students. He also has provided vision and support for the Hutton Center for Leadership Studies, the Hutton Townhouses, Hutton Woods and Hutton Woods II Communities, Hutton Hall, and, most recently, the Hutton School of Business.