Masters Candidates Celebrated with Special Hooding Ceremony

Masters Candidates prepare for commencement ceremony

EKU's Department of Applied Engineering and Technology celebrates spring 2017 graduates. The department is pleased to announce that 15 students have completed their Master's program in Applied Engineering and Technology Management.

In a special hooding ceremony, Master of Science candidates were recognized before friends and family during the CBT Fall Convocation. The evening ceremony was held in EKU's Alumni Coliseum on Friday, May 12th.

The department offers Master of Science degrees in Career and Technical Education (CTE) and applied Engineering and Technology Management (AETM). Receiving their hoods were:

  • Robert L. Barnes, CTE/Technical Education Administration
  • Kimberly S. Bruce, CTE/Occupational Training & Development
  • Matthew A. Colwell, AETM/Applied Engineering & Technology Management
  • Steven C. Conley, AETM/Construction Management
  • Melissa C. Couch, CTE/Occupational Training & Development
  • David W. Curtis, Steven C. Conley, AETM/Construction Management
  • William E. Durr, CTE/Technical Education Administration
  • Anthony M. Friend, AETM/Network Security Management
  • Robert P. Greene, CTE/Technical Education Administration
  • Tina M. Keehn, CTE/Occupational Training & Development
  • Ronald D. McCarty, AETM/Construction Management
  • Jon M. Preneta, AETM/Applied Engineering & Technology Management
  • Angela Sams, AETM/Applied Engineering & Technology Management
  • Catlyn E. Treadway, CTE/Technical Education Administration
  • Leonard P. Vinas, AETM/Network Security Management

Published on May 12, 2017

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