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LWC welcomes first doctoral students

2014-08-15 - Photo by Duane Bonifer. LWC photo.
Eight individuals from four states made history this week at Lindsey Wilson College when they became the school's first doctoral students. The eight students are enrolled in LWC's doctoral program in counselor education and supervision, which begins this fall. The 72-hour, weekend PhD program prepares leaders in the field of professional counseling. The students and faculty members were welcomed into the program Friday night by LWC President William T. Luckey Jr. at a reception held at the Emily Hundley President's Home. Seated, from left: students Leon Ellison of Cincinnati; Brian Jones of Wheatcroft, KY; Tamera Fenton of Berea, KY; Justine Bradley of Marion, Va.; Janet Barnes of Nashville, TN.; Darlene Vaughn of Woodlawn, VA; and Aaron Meriwether of Louisville, KY Not pictured: student William Bowling of Richmond, KY. Standing, from left: LWC School of Professional Counseling Director of Research Daya Singh Sandhu; Associate Professor of Counseling Jeff Parsons, program director; Vice President of Academic Affairs Bettie Starr; Luckey; School of Professional Counseling Associate Dean Jackie Montgomery; Assistant Professor of Counseling Edwin Gunberg; Associate Professor of Counseling Jennifer Williamson; and Associate Professor of Counseling Daniel Williamson. - DUANE BONIFER

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