Riley Plenge named college marshal for August commencement
Riley Plenge will be the College of Health and Human Development college marshal for the August 2016 commencement ceremony, where she will receive a bachelor’s degree in human development and family studies. She will be escorted by faculty marshal Steffany J. Fredman, assistant professor of human development and family studies.
Following graduation Plenge will serve as an academic services assistant for the football team at the University of Kentucky. She also hopes to pursue her master's degree in sport management while at the University of Kentucky.
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