At the college level
Posted: Wednesday, July 27, 2011 8:40 pm
The Messenger 07.27.11
Betsy Appleton of Union City recently graduated cum laude from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville with a bachelor of arts degree in political science and a minor in business administration.
She is the daughter of Cathy Cox and Thomas Appleton and graduated in 2007 from Union City High School.
Ms. Appleton currently resides in Nashville, where she will be entering law school in the fall at Belmont University.
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Three Obion County students have been awarded scholarships for the 2011-12 academic year to attend the University of Tennessee at Martin.
Kacee Eaves, daughter of William and Kimberly Eaves of Troy, received the UT Martin Transfer Scholarship. She will be a junior.
Rachael Holloway, daughter of Tim and Cecilia Holloway of Obion and an incoming freshman, received the Chancellor’s Award and the Music/Choral Scholarship.
William Regen, son of Linda Lewis of Union City and Jerry Regan, received the UT Martin Transfer Scholarship. He will be a sophomore at UT Martin.
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Mark Bell of Union City has been named MBA recruiter for Bethel University’s College of Professional Studies.
At the McKenzie college, Bell will be responsible for visiting with West Tennessee industries, corporations, associations and individuals seeking educational opportunities through Bethel University’s master of business administration degree.
He also coordinates with local businesses, chambers of commerce and public libraries to host or participate in information sessions, career fairs and education fairs.
Bell formerly served as store manager for E.W. James and Sons Super-markets in Union City, where he resides. He holds an associate of arts degree in business administration from American InterContinental University in Atlanta and a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Kaplan University in Davenport, Iowa.