For the second year in a row, a student from the College of Nursing and Health Professions was named USI's Homecoming Queen. Holland Davis, a senior studying Dental Hygiene, was crowned during halftime of the USI men's basketball game on February 15.
Meet the three CNHP students who were on the 2020 Homecoming Court:
Holland Davis is a senior Dental Hygiene major from Newburgh, Indiana. She spends most of her time in the Dental Hygiene Clinic on campus or working at the David L. Rice Library. She is involved in the Honors Program, American Dental Hygiene Association, Black Student Union, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Timmy Global Health, Women Unlocked Student Ambassadors, and she is a Resident Assistant in O'Daniel South.
Elizabeth "Libby" Buckmaster is a junior at USI and is studying Diagnostic Medical Sonography with a minor in Biochemistry. She has served as a Resident Assistant for two years, an Emerging Leaders Program Assistant, a Student Ambassador and has held the position of College of Nursing and Health Professions Representative in the Student Government Association. After college, Elizabeth plans to pursue a Master of Health Administration (MHA) degree.
Tate Talbott is a senior Nursing student at USI. He has been involved on campus as an AMIGO, a mentor for the Honors Program and Nursing Program, a Morale Leader for Southern Indiana Dance Marathon for Riley Hospital and a member of LULA. He currently serves as lead nursing tutor and is involved in many other organizations. Tate plans to graduate in May 2020.