JACKSON, Tenn. – March 20, 2002 – The following Union University seniors and December graduates were recently named to “Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges.”
Matthew Adams of Jonesboro, Ark.; NiKola Barjaktarevic of Jackson,Tenn.; Laural Barkley of Goodlettsville, Tenn.; Leslie Bryant of Germantown, Tenn.; Ty Bullington of Milan, Tenn.; Kasey Carty-Campbell of Canton, Ga.; Ann Clendenen of Brentwood, Tenn.; Amy Collier of Enterprize, Ala.; Sarah Davenport of Bartlett, Tenn.; Jonathan Dockery of Jackson, Tenn.; Tammi Gauldin of Dyersburg, Tenn.; Amanda Gibson of Adamsville, Tenn.; Jill Goodman of Murfressboro, Tenn.; Allison Graig of Millington, Tenn.; Elaine Green of Dalton, Ga.;
Johnna Green of Hickory, Ky.; Mary Haltom of Jackson, Tenn.; Marina Hardee of Memphis, Tenn.; Sarah Head of Conway, Ark.; Graham Hillard of Cordova, Tenn.; Russell Hilton of Henderson, Tenn.; Jonathan Hitt of Huntsville, Ala.; Angela Hodges of Huntington, Tenn.; Jennifer Huffines of Old Hickory, Tenn.; Jayme Leke of Trenton, Tenn.; Allyson Liberto of Columbia, Tenn.; Jennifer McClearen of Centerville, Tenn.; Adam McCollum of Jackson, Tenn.; Nicole McDowell of Linwood, Kan.; Sonya Mitchell of McKenzie, Tenn.; Davie Moore of Stanton, Tenn.; Alanna Morris of Murfressboro, Tenn.;
Betsy Morris of Eldorado, Ill.; Mary Mount of Henderson, Tenn.; Rachel Murray of Herrin, Ill.; Kristin Parks Eldorado, Ill.; Patricia Rush of Goodlettsville, Tenn.; Jessica Smith of White House, Tenn.; Julie Stephan of Martin, Tenn.; Kimberly Stewart of Greenfield, Tenn.; Philippe Sylvestre of Jackson, Tenn.; Cristy Thomas of Bethpage, Tenn.; Alisha Toy of Murfressboro, Tenn.; Joshua Wagner of Pennsville, N.J.; Mary Way of Jonesboro, Ark.; Jennifer Williams of Rockvale, Tenn.; Sunnie Williams of Lexington, Tenn.; Jessica Worrell of Goodlettsville, Tenn.; and Emily Yarbro of Finley, Tenn.
“What an honor it is to add high quality students from this campus to the esteemed Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges program,” said Carla Sanderson, Union’s provost. “The fifty-two students elected by the Union University faculty this year represent the best in leadership, citizenship and scholarship. We should all have great confidence in the future when considering the potential that these students take from here into the world.”
The students were honored in a special recognition chapel during the month of March.
Sara B. Horn,