The University of Pikeville will hold a special ceremony on Oct. 13 to honor its faculty members who are being inducted into the Distinguished Educators Hall of Fame this year.
Campus and community members are invited to
celebrate the achievements of these University of Pikeville educators, who have
stood out throughout their professional careers. The university created the
Distinguished Educators Hall of Fame in 2010 as a way to recognize faculty
members who have made significant contributions to learning and inspired
generations of students.
Inductees are also selected based on their impact on
the education field.
The 2016 class for the Distinguished
Educators Hall of Fame includes Vivian Carter, from Hazard; Christina
Crase, from Wayland; Lesley Cunningham, from Pikeville; Nikki Gearheart, from
Minnie; Carol Browning, from Pikeville; Christine Higgins, from
Hatfield; Susan Huffman, from Pikeville, Retha Hunt, from Belfry; Tammy Mills, from Pikeville; and Nell Spears, from Virgie.
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