Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Alvernia College (Alpha Eta Rho)

13 May 2005: Michael Hoshour, Jessica Kutza.

Augusta State University (Alpha Eta Xi)

14 May 2005: Christal A. Black, Mary Angel Cleary, Mary Jane Clements, Pamela B. Davis, Tracy Dozier, Mary Mastrolia, Matthew H. S. Powell, Randal C. Pyers, Howard M. Rosen, John R. Shirley, James H. Steed, III, Tina Tiller-Dyers, Patrick Timmons.

Ball State University (Mu Beta)

18 April 2005: Jill M. Augustine, Seantae M. Byers, Patricia Lee Clevenger Brand, Lisa Dolato, Marcy L. Hall, Michael J. Harford, Jason R. Lofthouse, David McClain Lundrum, Misha R. McHenry, Jacob Y. Moore, Trina S. Moser, James C. Reidy, Glenn L. Rusher, Aaron H. Stone, Kerri M. Stone, Richard Allan White, Andrea L. Wiese, Judith Anne Williams, Byron L. Wright, Daniel Young.

Belmont University (Xi Alpha)

3 May 2005: Christina McWilliams, Emily Pope, Ned Robertson, Tara Sherfield, Elizabeth Timbs, Kristal Wicks, Lauren Williams.

Bethany College-Kansas (Upsilon Eta)

4 May 2005: Blake Gibson, Andrea Ohlman.

Bradley University (Gamma Beta)

4 May 2005: Josh Faas, Brooke M. Farnam, Doug Fetterman, Ben Juvinall, Kristin Keigley, Matthew Michel, Matthew Mitrovich, James Nolan, Kyle Sater, Nicole Shervino, Kristen Ulbricht, Jean Wilkerson.

Brandeis University (Alpha Epsilon Omicron)

9 May 2005: Carrie Ann Bilodeau, Skylar A. Buchanan, Guillaume O. Buell, David Eric Cutler, John Charles DeWitt, Justin Keith Gelfand, Michael Porter Goldsmith, Alex Howard Goone, Leah Adrienne Hagler, Tobias S. Harris, Lauren A. Kessler, Allyson B. Levine, Kara E. Lord, Matthew J. Louik, Rebecca Y. Mandell, Gary Stephen Padula, Noah A. Rachlin, Gary Matthew Rubin, Richard Jay Rubin, Elan Jared Schefflein, Dena Helen Shaffer, Steven P. Shamah, Joshua R. Itzkowitz Shifrinson, Joseph Shmulewitz, Andrew Taylor Simpson, Mu Zhou.

Bridgewater State College (Nu Nu)

6 May 2005: Ashley A. Alabiso, Joan L. Brooks, Caitlin M. Brophy, Eric R. Carlson, Jason Michael Coulombe, Krista Marie Daley, Ian G. Delahanty, Kathryn M. Gauvin, Philip R. Gerard, Jessie Lynne Horton, Stephanie M. Hunt, William B. Kulas, Debora A. Llanes, John R. O'Neill, Timothy A. Pittman, Casey L. Rekowski, Christina A. Remick, David Bradley Ryman.

California State University-Northridge (Theta Tau)

1 July 2005: Maria Bonilla, Bojan Bosanac, Jennifer Dandurand, Richard Harding, Heather Hays, Anne Huddleston, Jeff Johnson, Jordan Justis, Diane Lawrence, Lauren McConnell, Tony Nixon, Anthony Peraza, Jennifer Rutledge, Bryan Sanders.

California State University-Sacramento (Rho Xi)

11 May 2005: Kenneth W. Anderson, Jillian M. Azevedo, James A. Banyai, Amy J. Carson, Tawasky L. Carter, Doyle A. Christensen, David E. Cochran, Jamie L. Collins, Rae M. Davis, Christopher R. Deutsch, Stephanie R. Dingley, April Farnham, Abigail B. Feely, Russell M. Fehr, Todd Edward Fisher, John T. Fraser, Norma J. Garrett, Emily A. Gerber, Andria M. Giorgi, Janessa E. Gonsalves, Nathan A. Hallam, Amanda L. Hansen, Todd E. Holmes, Angelique M. Huttonhill, Jennifer L. Kepke, Ryan Ladd, Edward L. Metzler, Mindy L. Narvaez, Megan K. Phillips, Erik L. Pratt, Sharon S. Quinsland, Natalie E. Remedi, Lyall H. Rifle, Susan A. Snider, Valerie J. Swartz, Chad D. Thurston, Veronica R. Wagner, Joyce A. Young-Kelly.

Campbell University (Alpha Iota Alpha)

24 June 2005: Lola Vickey Lawson.

Carnegie Mellon University (Upsilon Kappa)

4 August 2005: Robin Dearmon Jenkins.

Central Washington University (Tau Iota)

14 May 2005: Nathaniel Currey, Riva Dean, Cory Ertel, Morgan Leech, Russell Marquis, Nicole Mozingo, Erik Nielsen, Danielle Robbins, Adam Schatz, Scott Schumaier, David Sheldon, Erik Shimizu, Matthew Spray.

Christian Brothers University (Alpha Delta Phi)

6 May 2005: Ernest J.

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