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Officials of SCC, Union College establish 2+2 program

2013-04-03 - Somerset, KY - Photo by Allison Horseman. SCC photo. Officials from Union College and Somerset Community College (SCC) gather to reaffirm existing program agreements and establish a new one in social work. Front row, from left: James M. Davis, Somerset Community College Counselor; Dr. Andelys Wood, Union College Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs; Lois McWhorter, SCC Associate Dean; Sharon Whitehead, SCC Dean of Arts and Sciences; Dr. Carolyn Payne, Chair of Union College's Department of Business. Back row, from left: Jon Burlew, SCC Associate Dean; Dr. Sarah Hendrix, Director of Union College's Social Work Program; Dr. Marcia Hawkins, Union College President; Dr. Tony Honeycutt, SCC Provost; Dr. Robert Armour, Chair of Union College's Department of Criminal Justice.
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