by Lisa Saca, PR Student Writer
MILLIGAN COLLEGE, TN (December 10, 2001) – Nineteen students from Milligan College have been selected as national outstanding campus leaders and named to the 2002 edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities And Colleges.
Campus nominating committees and editors of the annual directory have included the names of the following Milligan students based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success:
Natalie D’Ann Black, an early childhood education major from Dayton, OH;
Kevin Scott Bobrow, a Bible ministry major from Lenexa, KS;
Daniel Shay Dabney, a Bible ministry major from Louisville, KY;
Laura Michelle Danhauer, a business major from Lexington, KY;
Pedro Costa Figueira, an exercise science major from New York, NY;
Misty Lyn Fry, a communications major from Mt. Gilead, OH;
Courtney Jo Gardner, a biology major from Greenwood, IN;
Rebecca Lee Ann Gootee, a history major from Louisville, KY;
Ashley Jean Greer, a math major from Houston, TX;
William Edward Hauck, a business and youth ministry major from Spencerport, NY;
Christina Ann Hensley, an accounting and computer information systems major from Erwin, TN;
Regina Eadie Holtman, a history and communications major from Fayetville, GA;
Nevan Andrew Hooker, a communications major from North Vernon, IN;
Anna Lee Johnson, an elementary education major from Colorado Springs, CO;
Emily Rebecca Luetscher, a nursing major from Cary, IL;
Portia Monique Morrison, a biology major from Roan Mountain, TN;
Drane Andrew Parker, a Bible ministry major from Milligan College, TN;
Kent Michael Pettit, a Bible ministry major from Columbus, IN;
Natalya K. Seals, a business major from Johnson City, TN.
They join an elite group of students from more that 2,300 institutions of higher learning in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and several foreign nations. Outstanding students have been honored in the annual directory since it was first published in 1934.