2012 Distinguished Alumni Award David R. Shearman. As a 2008 UC Blue Ash College graduate, David Shearman has already distinguished himself, in the classroom and across the globe. David didn’t allow a military deployment to sideline his educational goals. Despite
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David R. Shearman
distinguished himself, in the classroom and across the globe. David didn’t
allow a military deployment to sideline his educational goals. Despite
being called away in 2006 to serve a second tour of duty in Iraq, David
returned in 2008 to complete his Liberal Arts degree at UC Blue Ash
College. “He was one of those students who stand out from the first day,
and then fulfills the promise with hard work and dedication,” recalls UCBA
Foreign Language Department Chair, Deborah Page. After completing his
program, David transferred to Georgetown University’s School of Foreign
Service, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Foreign Service. He now
holds the position of Veterans Office Coordinator at Georgetown University
where he is working on a master’s degree in Security Studies.
Beyond his educational accomplishments, David has shown tremendous
distinction in serving his country, and has received numerous awards and
honors associated with his military service. Most recently, he was awarded
the Bronze Star for bravery, acts of merit or meritorious service. David has
been awarded a Purple Heart, three Army Commendation medals, four
Army Achievement medals and was named Soldier of the Month twice
and Noncommissioned Officer of the Month once.