AllisonBerg Class of 2009Allie Berg

Major: Communication & Media Studies and Psychology
Awards and Accolades: Summa Cum Laude; Equine Distinction
Hometown: Springboro, OH
Comments: The Equine Scholars Program is an organization that let me be the horse lover that I am, while also learning how others are keeping horses in their lives. It means friendship, learning and just plain fun!
Where is she now? Allie is attending graduate school at Marquette.


KatieDunham Class of 2009Katie Dunham

Major: Biology
Minor: Chemistry and Psychology
Awards and Accolades: Magna Cum Laude; Beta Beta Beta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Equine Distinction
Hometown: Amelia, OH
Comments: The Equine Scholars Program provided a good outlet for my interest in the equine world in college. I have met many new, engaging people through the Program who are interested in many different avenues within the equine world. The program has also opened me up to the business aspect of the equine world through field trips.
Where is she now? Katie is attending Forest Institute of Professional Psychology in Springfield, Mo., where she will get a Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology.


KateFitzgerald Class of 2009Kate Fitzgerald

Major: Psychology and Art
Awards and Accolades: Equine Distinction
Hometown: Versailles, KY
Where is she now? Kate is working for Holly Hepp as a working student. She is also taking some post-graduate classes, working on art pieces and riding.


SarahFrame Class of 2009Sarah Frame

Major: Business Administration and Communication & Media Studies
Awards and Accolades: Magna Cum Laude; Equine Distinction
Hometown: Mason, MI
Where is she now? Sarah is attending graduate school at Western Michigan University for an MBA.


AshleyPerkins Class of 2009Ashley Perkins

Major: Psychology
Minors: Child Development and Sociology
Awards and Accolades: Magna Cum Laude; Psychology Department Award
Hometown: Owenton, KY
Where is she now? Ashley is attending graduate school at the University of Kentucky in the School Psychology Program, a three-year specialist degree.