Lyman T. Johnson Awards
Lyman T. Johnson Awards
The Lyman T. Johnson Association is UK’s African American alumni association. For many years, UK’s colleges selected a current student for the Torchbearer award and a successful graduate for the Torch of Excellence award. Many of the recipients for the College of Communications and Information Studies have come from the school.
Torch of Excellence: Joker Phillips, ADV, UK Athletics
Torchbearer: Ashley Jackson, JOU
Torch of Excellence: Eric Brown, TEL, UK’s Gatton School of Business and Economics
Torch of Excellence: Troy Body, JOU, Office of the Governor of Kentucky
Torchbearer: Naitore Kiogora, ISC
Torch of Excellence: Cathy Black, JOU, CBS News
Torchbearer: Sherrell Watson, ISC
Torch of Excellence: Angela Tuck, JOU, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Torchbearer: Leslie Hollerman, ISC
Torchbearer: Quintessa Peake, TEL
Torch of Excellence: E.J. Mitchell II, JOU, Nashville Tennessean
Torchbearer: Barhonda Dickerson, ISC
Torch of Excellence: Lisa A. Brown, JOU, UK School of Journalism and Telecommunications
Torch of Excellence: Angelo B. Henderson, Wall Street Journal
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