Students named to Who's WhoAustin Peay State University has selected the following students for inclusion in Whos Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges for the 2008-09 academic year:
Austin Peay State University has selected the following students for inclusion in Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges for the 2008-09 academic year:
Elesia Adams, a biology and prephysical therapy major, Clarksville; Patrick Armstrong, communication major, Lebanon; Teresa Barnhill, a graduate student in the education program, Clarksville; Jason Bell, computer science and information systems major, Ashland City; Wesley Bradford, music major, New Johnsonville; Chelsea Burkhart, English major, Indian Mound; Callie Collins, business and marketing major, Clarksville; Wimberly Cottrel, elementary education major, Clarksville; Mary Couch, history major, Prospect; Casey Green, math education major, Clarksville; Tammy Hassell, political science major, Vanleer; Samantha Henderson, social work major, Clarksville; Alisha Jerles, psychology major, Clarksville; Lois Jones, communication and public relations major, Clarksville; Allison Jowers, pre-med and chemistry major, Bolivar; Jonathan Kenner, English major, Clarksville; Elizabeth Kurtz, sociology and geography major, Oak Ridge; Andrew Lewis, history and political science major, Clarksville; Ginger McQuiston, communication major, Cedar Hill; Michael Northington, mathematics and physics major, Clarksville; Joy Pigott, corporate communication major, Clarksville; Deana Porretta, health and human performance major, Clarksville; Jennifer Shapiro, biology and premed major, Memphis; Sara Tate, nursing major, Greenbrier; Sarah Thompson, elementary education major, White House; Brittany Via, chemistry and business major, Newbern; and Brie Vogt, French major, Clarksville.
“Students who have been selected for membership this year are truly outstanding leaders on both the Austin Peay State University campus as well as within the greater Clarksville and surrounding communities,” said Gregory Singleton, dean of students at APSU.
All students selected for membership will be recognized publicly on April 10, 2009, at the annual Student Organization and Leadership Awards ceremony. -- Barry Williams