Award Announcement: Ledford Scholarships

Wednesday, March 18, 2015



 Contact: Allyson Hall



Congratulations:  The Colonel Lee B. Ledford Scholarship Awardees!


The Appalachian College Association (ACA) is pleased to announce the awardees for the 2015 Colonel Lee B. Ledford Scholarship.  The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance for students enrolled at ACA member institutions with summer research in the fields of laboratory and field work, interviews, analyzing special collections, and participant observation, etc.


  • Alderson Broaddus University, Ottie Barr
  • Berea College, Timothy Kelley
  • Carson-Newman University, Corey Bray
  • Emory & Henry College, Jordan Bennett
  • Emory & Henry College, Stephanie Edwards
  • Emory & Henry College, Taylor Moxley
  • Emory & Henry College, Bailey Williams
  • Emory & Henry College, Matthew Wingfield
  • Ferrum College, Blake Carter
  • Ferrum College, Jacqueline Fox
  • Ferrum College, Jessa King
  • Ferrum College, Rachel Scott
  • King University, Haley Felts
  • Lee University, Timothy Douhne
  • Lee University, Ruth Freeman
  • Lee University, Ricardo Wilhelm
  • Lincoln Memorial University, Summer Boyce
  • Lincoln Memorial University, Joshua Vestal
  • Lincoln Memorial University, Jacob Wright
  • Maryville College, Brandon Denney
  • Maryville College, Parker Dryia
  • Maryville College, Bethany Evans
  • Maryville College, Caitlin Jennings
  • Maryville College, Cody Kidd
  • Maryville College, Camilla Loggins
  • Maryville College, Thomas Moore
  • Maryville College, Allison Peeler
  • University of Pikeville, Wesley Barnett
  • University of Pikeville, Valerie Eversole
  • University of Pikeville, Molly Frank
  • University of Pikeville, Lindsey Gilbert
  • University of Pikeville, Dalton Hammond
  • University of Pikeville, Logan Lucas
  • University of Pikeville, Christopher Ward
  • Wheeling Jesuit University, Rachel Wadell





The Appalachian College Association is an organization of 35 independent liberal arts institutions that provides expanded and enhanced learning opportunities to faculty and students for the purpose of serving the educational and economic well-being of the people and communities of Central Appalachia. This educational consortium offers a wide variety of academic, research, scholarship, library and travel programs serving more than 54,000 students and 4,000 faculty in Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. The Appalachian College Association is an independent 501 (c)(3) incorporated organization.