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Union University announces acceptance of graduates into professional programs

JACKSON, Tenn.June 6, 2002 – Union University recently announced the acceptance of eleven students to various professional programs. The eleven students vary in their medical emphasis, where they will go to medical school and what they majored in. The following is a list of the students and graduates and where they will be going to school:

Jessica Fielder, a Wenatchee, Wash. native, graduated with a bachelor of science in chemistry and will attend the Oregon Health and Science University School of Medicine. Jeffery Fletcher, a Paris, Tenn. native, graduated with a bachelor of science in chemistry and will attend the University of Tennessee at Memphis Dental School.

April Sumerlin Jones, a Bells, Tenn. native, graduated with a bachelor of science in chemistry and will attend the University of Tennessee at Memphis Pharmacy School.

BJ Jumper, a Palestine, Ark. native, graduated with a bachelor of science in chemistry and biology and will attend the University of Arkansas Medical School.

Sarah Mann, a Lobelville, Tenn. native, will attend the University of Tennessee at Memphis Physical Therapy School.

Alanna Morris, a Murfreesboro, Tenn. native, graduated with a bachelor of science in chemistry and biology and will attend the University of Tennessee at Knoxville Veterinarian School.

Sonya Mitchell, a McKenzie, Tenn. native, graduated with a bachelor of science in chemistry and biology and will attend the University of Tennessee at Memphis Medical School.

Matthew Pigg, a Willow Springs, Mo. native, graduated with a bachelor of science in mathematics and will attend the Southern College of Optometry.

Katie Randall, a Bloomingdale, Ill. native, was accepted into Midwestern University School of Pharmacy and Chicago School of Pharmacy.

Tonya Dotson Smith graduated with a bachelor of science in biology and will attend the University of Tennessee at Memphis Physical Therapy School.

Kimberly Beth Stewart, a Greenfield, Tenn. native, graduated with a bachelor of science in biology and will attend the University of Tennessee at Memphis Pharmacy School.


Media contact: Sara B. Horn, news@uu.edu, 731-661-5215

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