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UKNOYCE Fellows
Are you
interested in becoming a high school mathematics or science teacher?
Are you
currently a STEM major?
Are you
interested in teaching in Kentucky high schools?
If you answered
yes to any of the above questions, then you could be featured on
this page along with our UKNOYCE Fellows! For more information and application
information, please browse through this website!
Graduate NOYCE Fellows
Melissa
Brooks Emery Melissa is a
2008 Graduate of the MIC Program. She is currently teaching math
at Bourbon County High School.
Melissa earned her undergraduate degree in secondary mathematics
education from the University of Kentucky. 
Rachel Doom
Rachel is a 2008 Graduate of the MIC
Program. She is currently teaching math at
Scott County High School.
Rachel earned her undergraduate degree in secondary mathematics
education from the University of Kentucky. 
Sarah Hellems
Sarah is a 2008 Graduate of the MIC
Program. She is currently teaching math at
Franklin County High School.
Sarah earned her undergraduate degree in mathematics from
Concord University. 
Sean
Simmons Sean is a 2008
Graduate of the MIC Program. He is currently teaching science at
Lafayette High School
in Fayette County. Sean earned his undergraduate degree in
secondary science education from the University of Kentucky. 
Megan Vogel
Megan is a 2008 Graduate of the MIC
Program. She is currently teaching math at
Dunbar High School
in Fayette County. Megan earned her undergraduate degree in
secondary mathematics education from the University of Kentucky. 
Christy Williams
Christy is a 2008 Graduate of the MIC
Program. She is currently teaching math at
George Rogers Clark High School
in Clark County. Christy earned her undergraduate degree in
mathematics from the University of Kentucky. 
Garnett
Coy Garnett is a 2009 Graduate of the MIC Program. He is teaching science in Menifee County High School. Garnett earned his undergraduate degree in secondary science education from the University of Kentucky. 
Kayla Gifford
Kayla is a 2009 Graduate of the MIC Program. She is teaching math at Scott County High School. Kayla earned her undergraduate degree in mathematics from the University of Kentucky. 
Leigh Ellen Bristow
Leigh Ellen is a 2009 Graduate of the MIC Program. She is teaching math at Todd Central High School. Leigh Ellen earned her undergraduate degree in secondary mathematics education from the University of Kentucky. 
Erica Gegner
Erica is a 2009 Graduate of the MIC Program. She is teaching math at Harrison County High School. Erica earned her undergraduate degree in secondary mathematics education from the University of Kentucky. Erica will be certified in Chemistry and Mathematics. 
Chris Hawboldt
Chris is a 2009 Graduate of the MIC program. She is currently teaching math at Tates Creek High School in Fayette County. Chris earned his undergraduate degree in secondary mathematics education from the University of Kentucky. 
Dave Kelton
Dave is a 2009 Graduate of the MIC program. He is currently teaching at Owsley County High School. Dave earned his undergraduate degree in mathematics and physics from Centre College. He came to us by way of Lexmark. Dave will be certified in Physics and Mathematics. 
Matt Turner
Matt is a 2009 Graduate of the MIC program. He is currently teaching science at Dunbar High School in Fayette County. Matt earned his undergraduate degree in secondary science education from the University of Kentucky. 
Danielle Webster
Danielle is a 2009 Graduate of the MIC program. She is currently teaching math at Franklin County High School. Danielle earned her undergraduate degree in mathematics from Kentucky State University. 
Steven Reeves
Steven is a 2009 Graduate of the MIC program. He is currently teaching math at Jefferson County Virtual School. Steven earned his undergraduate degree in mathematics from the University of Kentucky. 
Master’s Degree Fellows
Joanna Howerton
Joanna is a current student in the MIC program. Joanna earned her undergraduate degree in mathematics from the University of Kentucky. 
Amanda Best
Amanda is a current student in the MIC program. Amanda earned her undergraduate degree in biology from the University of Kentucky. 
Derek Brown
Derek is a current student in the MIC program. Derek earned his undergraduate degree in biology from the University of Kentucky. 
Josephine Neff
Josephine is currently a postbacc student
in mathematics. Josephine earned her undergraduate degree in
religious studies from Principia College. She came to us by way
of the banking business 
Andy Jones
Andy is a current student in the MIC program. Andy earned his undergraduate degree in math from the University of Kentucky. 
Patrick Thomas
Patrick is a current student in the MIC program. Patrick earned his undergraduate degree in biology from the University of Kentucky. 
First Year NOYCE Fellows
Masa Radakovic
Masa is currently a senior in the University of Kentucky’s Biology Program. She will graduate with a biology degree in May 2010. 
David Little
David is currently a senior in the University of Kentucky's Math Program. He will graduate with a math degree in May 2010. 
Jesse Howell
Jesse is currently a senior in the University of Kentucky's Biology Program. He will graduate with a biology degree in May 2010.

Chad Jubela
Chad is currently a senior in the University of Kentucky's Mathematics Program. He will graduate with a biology degree in May 2010. 
Willie Turner
Willie is currently a senior in the University of Kentucky's Biology Program. He will graduate with a biology degree in May 2010. 
Brett Kidd
Brett is currently a senior in the University of Kentucky's Biology Program. He will graduate with a biology degree in May 2010.


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