KNOXVILLE – Johnson University and its individual schools presented awards and recognized students in the last chapel of the semester, April 25.

There were approximately 200 students that made the Dean’s List. This consisted of those who carried at least 12 credit hours and held a grade point average of 3.67 to 4.00. Out of those students, 47 achieved a 4.00 for the Fall 2018 semester.

Beth Ridge was awarded the Friends of Students Award for being so dedicated and invested in the students of Johnson University.

17 seniors who served as Presidential Ambassadors were recognized. These seniors were Hannah Baker, Nathan Bloomfield, Ashley Curtis, Austin Garrett, Cameron Jeffries, Hunter Long, Zach McPherson, Sara Martin, Yeni Martinez, Isaac Morris, Rebekah Owsley, Shae Pierre-Jean, Nick Ridenour, Jacob Smith, Jordan VandenHeuvel, Lauren Warden, and Julia Yule.

Scholar Athletes, All-Region Teams, All Americans, and the Pete Maravich Award Recipient, Taylor Gilpin, were recognized.

In addition, the School of Arts and Sciences, School of Bible and Theology, School of Business and Public Leadership, School of Communication and Creative Arts, School of Congregational Ministry, School of Intercultural Studies, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and the Templar School of Education provided awards and scholarships to students.

Posted by Jenna Stahlman

Jenna Stahlman is Editor-in-Chief of the Royal Scribe. She is studying mass communications at Johnson University. Although she was born and raised in Northwestern Pennsylvania, her heart is in Tennessee. She enjoys spending time with her horse, hiking, photography, writing, and fishing.

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