Class of 2012

sean Sean McNeil Collins

Sean graduated in May 2012 with a degree in Physical Education and a concentration in Exercise Science. In May 2014, he graduated with a master's degree in Sustainable Design and Construction at Appalachian State University. He spent the summer of 2014 in Versailles, France, finishing a 2-year solar home project through ASU – and participating as a team member in the biennial Solar Decathlon Europe competition. Sean was married in August of 2013.

grace Grace Owen O'Neill McCord

Grace graduated in December 2011 with a degree in Human Services and a minor in Accounting. She is currently in the second year of a master's program at ETSU, pursuing a degree in Public Health with a concentration in Community Health. After finishing in December 2014, she and her husband Sean plan on pursuing international non-profit work within their fields of interest.

 
daniel Daniel Justin Miller

Daniel graduated in May, 2012, with a B.S. in Biological Sciences. At ETSU, he served as the Chief Justice of the SGA Student Court, President of the Preview and Orientation Leaders Organization (POLO) and as Advertising Manager of the campus newspaper, the East Tennessean. He was also a member of President's Pride and the Centennial Planning Committee, and participated in three medical mission trips to Mexico.  Daniel is currently attending optometry school at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Following his anticipated graduation in May 2016, Daniel plans to establish a private practice in Northeast Tennessee.

edwina Edwina Michelle Morris

Edwina graduated from ETSU in the spring of 2012 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and a minor in Leadership Studies.  While enrolled at ETSU she served in various leadership roles on campus and in the community of Johnson City while also being an employee at the National Healthcare Corporation in Johnson City.  She was a member of President’s Pride, American Medical Student Association, the Public Health Student Association, Admissions Ambassadors, and was co-president of the NAACP chapter at ETSU. She is starting the second year of a Master's of Public Health Program in Health Policy and Management, at the University of Tennessee, and holds a Quality Management position at the East Tennessee Children’s Hospital in Knoxville.