Class of 2013

Emily Kate Eisenhower

Emily is a graduate of Cocke County High School. At ETSU she served as the President of Alpha Delta Pi, Associate Justice on the SGA Student Court, Preview and Orientation Leaders board member, was a member of President’s Pride, and was a representative on the Student Organization Leadership Council for Medical Professions Advisement.  She also co-founded and was President of the Pre-Optometry Club at ETSU.  Emily was a member of the Chemistry Club, the American Medical Students Association, Relay for Life Committee, and several honor societies. In the community she volunteered at Healing Hands Health Center and the Southern Appalachian Ronald McDonald House.  Having graduated Summa Cum Laude from ETSU, she is currently in her second year at the Southern College of Optometry, in Memphis.

Cheyna Haas Galloway

Cheyna is a 2009 graduate of North Greene High School.  On campus, Cheyna served as Vice-President of the ETSU Forensics and Debate Team, was a member of both ETSU’s Climbing Club and ETSU Prevention through Education, Awareness, and Knowledge of Suicide (ETSU PEAKS), and played on numerous intramural teams.  Cheyna also founded and served as President of the ETSU chapter of “To Write Love on Her Arms” (TWLOHA), which seeks to raise awareness regarding depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide.  In the spring of 2011 she was named Chapter Leader of the Year during a national awards ceremony and Outstanding Organizational President at the ETSU Summit Award ceremony.  ETSU’s TWLOHA chapter was named national Chapter of the Year for 2011 and 2012.  Cheyna graduated in May 2014, having double-majored in Clinical Psychology and Philosophy, with a minor in Sociology.  She plans to pursue a doctorate in Clinical Psychology to prepare her for a career in psychological research.

Craig Woods Mitcham

Craig graduated from Dobyns-Bennett High School.  At ETSU he served as a member of President’s Pride, the Preview and Orientation Leader Organization (POLO), a worship leader at the Wesley Foundation, an Admissions Ambassador, and was a member of ETSU’s first-ever Atlantic Sun Championship Men’s Soccer team as a student-athlete.  In the summer of 2011, he participated in ETSU’s Study Abroad Program in Rome.  After graduation, Craig worked as a Certified Ophthalmic Assistant at the Regional Eye Center.  Following his work at The Regional Eye Center Craig was accepted into medical school; he is currently a second year medical student at Liberty University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine in Lynchburg, VA.  Craig plans a career in medicine that will allow him to serve the underprivileged, both locally and globally.

Shianne Grace Murray

Shianne graduated from Mitchell High School.  A member of the American Medical Students Association, Chemistry Club, President’s Pride, Phi Sigma Pi Honors Fraternity and Alpha Omega Christian fraternity, she served as the president of the Centennial Hall Council for two years and as a Senator and a member of the Concert Committee for SGA.  Shianne also served on the Leadership Board for ETSU’s Habitat for Humanity and has been very involved in intramural sports.  She served as a Registered American Heart Association First Aid and BLS CPR Instructor and volunteered in the Cuddler Program in the Neonatal ICU at the Johnson City Medical Center.  Shianne graduated as a Health Science Major with a Women’s Studies minor, and plans a career in medicine, focusing on women’s health.