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KCU History and Pre-Law Students Win at the Kentucky Regional Phi Alpha Theta Conference
Senior Daniel Lewis Takes First Place
Kentucky Christian University (KCU) history and pre-law majors participated in the Kentucky Regional Phi Alpha Theta Conference on Saturday, March 9, 2013. Six KCU students presented papers at the state-wide conference, which hosted undergraduate and graduate students from both public and private colleges and universities from across the commonwealth. KCU senior, Daniel Lewis' paper titled States' Rights and Federalism: The Madisonian Legacy in the Nullification Crisis 1828-1832 took first place in the undergraduate paper division.
As the first honor society on KCU's campus, this is the second time KCU students have presented at the regional meeting. Dr. Nathan Coleman, chapter advisor stated, "This was a proud day for KCU! Not only did we have the largest delegation of students present at the conference, one of our seniors took first place."
This is one of many of the accomplishments KCU history and pre-law program students have made. As a premier Christian institution, the history/pre-law program has a long track record of successfully preparing students for careers in law, history, education, and more.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
For more information about the history/pre-law program at KCU, please contact Dr. Nathan Coleman at 1-606-474-3223.
Founded in 1919, Kentucky Christian University is nestled in the foothills of Appalachia. Kentucky Christian University, located in Grayson, KY, is a private Christian university that offers bachelors and masters degrees through nine academic programs. Tours of the University are scheduled by appointment with the Admissions Office at 606-474-3266.