Class of 2015

Sierra Alexis Galloway

A graduate of Science Hill High School, Sierra earned acceptance into ETSU’s College of Nursing and plans – after graduation in December 2015 – to practice nursing in Asheville, North Carolina.  Sierra is an active supporter of Autism Speaks, Rapha House, and the American Diabetes Foundation.  At ETSU, she works with incoming students as a New Student and Family Programs Intern through the Student Affairs Office; she is also a member of Student Nurses Association and the President’s Pride student ambassadors program.  Along with her fellow Roan seniors (and the University’s support), Sierra helped start a new tradition–ETSU’s first ever Senior Class Gift.  She greatly enjoys supporting this great University, promoting school spirit, and every aspect of being an ETSU Buccaneer!

Victoria Ashley Howard

Victoria Howard is a graduate of Sevier County High School and graduated Magna Cum Laude from ETSU, majoring in Health Sciences with a concentration in Microbiology.  During her time at ETSU, she served as Recruitment Advisor, Vice President, President, and Buc Up Committee Chair of the Epsilon Xi Chapter of Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity, while also working as an optometric assistant.  Victoria studied abroad in India and traveled to Haiti to participate in eye clinics in remote villages.  She was recognized with numerous awards from her fraternity, and was chosen for the “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges” award.  Victoria is now pursuing a Doctor of Optometry degree from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, and hopes to continue volunteering with local and international eye clinics throughout her life.  Aside from class work, Victoria enjoys photography as a hobby.

Zachary Lynn McCamey

Zach is an alumnus of West Greene High School, where he served as a class officer for four years and as secretary and president of the Student Council.  He graduated Summa Cum Laude from ETSU in May 2015, with the distinction of having earned a perfect 4.00 GPA throughout his college career.  At ETSU, Zach was appointed as Chief Justice of the Student Government Association by two consecutive administrations; he also served as Vice-President of the Pre-Law Society, was a Preview and Orientation leader, and was chosen as a student representative on a Vision 125 task force that helped develop ETSU’s vision for the next twenty-five years.  Heavily involved in the intramural sports program on campus, he captained his team to multiple “Centennial Cup” intramural championships.  During his senior year, Zach was selected to intern with local law firm, Hunter Smith & Davis, LLP.  He is currently in his second year at the Wake Forest School of Law.

Michael Donald Stallard

Michael graduated from Dobyns-Bennett High School where he participated in football, weightlifting and track.  At ETSU, he was a member of President’s Pride, Preview and Orientation Leaders Organization (POLO), served on the St. Jude Up Till Dawn board, and was also a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta honor fraternity.  Michael was also been very involved in campus intramurals as a member of the team that won two consecutive “Centennial Cup” championships. Having graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in Health Sciences, in May 2015, he will be a member of Quillen College of Medicine’s Class of 2019, and plans to specialize in emergency medicine.

Alicyn Rebekah York

A 2011 graduate of Daniel Boone High School, Alicyn is a political science major and public health minor who served as ESTU’s Student Government Association (SGA) Secretary/Treasurer for the 2013-2014 academic year, as an Associate Justice, and on numerous campus committees. Also involved in many other aspects of student life and Greek life on campus, Alicyn served as Membership Education Vice President and Music Chair in Alpha Delta Pi sorority, and as a Panhellenic Delegate.  As President of College Republicans, she led that organization during a year in which it was recognized as the “Most Improved Student Organization” on campus.  Alicyn served as Vice President of Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society, was a Preview and Orientation (POLO) leader, and a student ambassador with President’s Pride; she also served as an ETSU student representative on the Washington County Government Affiliations Committee.  ETSU’s nominee for the Truman Scholarship Program in 2014, she also earned recognition in “Who’s Who in American Universities & Colleges” that year.  Alicyn taught piano and worked in the Academic Resource Center (ARC) on campus, earning the “Student Worker of the Year” award within the Division of Student Affairs; she was also recognized as one of ETSU’s 2015 “Health Heroes.”  Having interned with the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, she now works in Washington D.C., in the Office of U.S. Senator Bob Corker.  Her parents are Robert and Robin York of Mount Carmel.