Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Abilene Christian University (Zeta Beta)

22 October 2009: Charles Brazell.

Agnes Scott College (Alpha Theta Psi)

16 November 2009: Megan R. Beyer, Kathryn A. Clark, Charlotte L. Cue, Anna M. Dillard, Emily K. Schrum, Catherine J. Varner, Kimberly L. White.

Angelo State University (Xi Zeta) 30 October 2009: Jennifer A. Dickens, Andrew D. Dienerr, Lori A. Garrahan, Heather B. Perry, Jim Alan Waters.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi)

19 November 2009: Sara Anne Babcock, Brandi Lynn Brink, Amanda Mae Buring, Calen Randolph Clifton, Natalie Dale, Craig Dixon, Sara Courmey Fletcher, Astrid Gonzalez, William Tyler Grove, Jaime LeAnne Hager, Tamia Kyana Haygood, Matthew Clay Holloway, Natalya Hopper, Stephanie A. James, Amanda Lee Johnson, Clarence Jeffrey Jones, .Justin Taylor Leath, Joseph B. Ledbetter, Jessica Leigh McClamrock, Jonathan Patrick McDonald, Taylor Ashton Misenheimer, Julianne M. Oroukm, Kerry Anita O'Rourke, Zachary Wayne Painter, Ryan Dene Pandoff, Eleni Papadis, Alyssa LeAnn Parrish, Justin Philbeck, James Zachary Stephens, Harry Stewart, Stacey Marie Stewart, Peter Lee Wilson, Scott Andrew Wofford.

Arizona State University (Iota Gamma)

21 September 2009: Sandra Goodall, Amy T. Long, Ashley Satterwhite.

Arkansas State University (Eta Chi)

11 November 2009: Daimy L. Brustrom, Terry Bryeans, Roy Carroll, Nathaniel Conley, Colby M. Edwards, Zachary Elledge, Anthony Foreman, Thomas Henry, Simon Hosken, Elroy M. Lewis, lII, Robert W. Martineau, Jr., Eldon Samuel Redus, Jonathan H. Willard.

Asbury College (Phi Sigma)

12 November 2009: Chelsea G. Gates, Ethan J. Kelly, Heather M. Krauss, Karissa A. Marken, Coleman L. Marshall, Calvin E Nurge, Sarah B. O'Shea, Kayla E. Stephens, Anna E. VonGruenigen, Himella L-J Wells, Nathan R. Yardy, Jerica S. Yingling.

Ashland University (Omicron Zeta)

21 October 2009: Kimberly Marie Coates, Caitlin R. Dalton, Joshua P. Distel, Kevin M. Kearns, Allison L. McGuire, Joseph Matthew Sypolt, Andrea G. Wiebe, Matthew A. Yuko.

Austin Peay State University (Theta Delta)

17 November 2009: Clinton J. Chapman, Phillip B. Holland, Michael Tyler Howard, Jerrus Landon Mason, James Z Swafford, Jr., J. Logan Tomlin.

Barry University (Xi Kappa)

17 November 2009: Anthony Dalessio, Nicholas Giardina.

Baylor University (Tau Beta)

27 October 2009: Stephen L. Ballard, Katherine Braun, Alexa Jayne Carter, Christopher Clark, Shannon M. Eichblatt, Justin Hardegree, Sara Kincaid, Matthew Nigg, Josh Nordt, Sara Richards, Jordan Riley, Andrew Rollo, Lindsay Smith.

Belmont University (Xi Alpha)

16 November 2009: Bailey Christine Cooke, Samuel Blake Swafford, Bonnie Jane Wertelecky.

Biola University (Alpha Alpha Alpha)

18 November 2009: Austin Castellaw, Renae S. Chance, Abigail Cliff, Laura Dahl, Katie Geleris, Laurel MacLurg, Daniel Anthony Menjivar, Dustin Saunders, Kendrick S. Shu, Emily Kathleen Stamp, Rachel Toberty.

Boston College (Theta Alpha)

29 October 2009: William Loyd Lacy.

Briar Cliff University (Alpha Gamma Eta) 14 December 2009: Kendra Collins, Joshua Jay Elbert.

Brigham Young University-Idaho (Alpha Kappa Xi)

10 November 2009: Diana Dehart Dickerson, Spencer Duncan, Megan Fuller, Lyle Hamblin, Joseph Silver Kurth, Benjamin Wescott Mientus, Rebecca Smith.

Brigham Young University-Provo (Beta Iota)

10 December 2009: Chase Arnold, Cameron Berrett, Tim Coons, Ryan Coyne, Lee J. F. Depperman, Philip Greenan, Taylor Greene, Rebecca Johnson, Jennifer Kerr, Tyler King, Jonathan Luke, Jeffery Mahas, Mitchell T. McClellan, Margaret Elizabeth Sexton, Joel Sherlock, Mark Daniel Swenson, Jeffrey S. Tucker, Paige Amanda Tuft, Katherine White, Jared T. Williams.

Buffalo State College (Chi Alpha)

11 December 2009: Lauren Asbach, Robert Brylinski, Danielle Burns, Zack Damstetter, Daniel Darnley, Frank V. …

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