Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Adelphi University (Zeta Delta)

29 April 2010: Jennifer J. Abramowski, Erica Abrams, Caitlin Baer, Theodore Bellear, Kyle B. Blackmer, Amanda Breen, Daniel DiGiuseppe, Alyssa E. DiGregorio, Jillian E. Dire, Thomas D. Fucella, Jessica Guarneri, William Patrick Hayes, Elina Kats, Brian M. Kelly, Joanna Kurylo, Steven Joseph LaMonica, Catherine Massowd, Ashley B. McGowan, Lesly Y. Mejia, Andrew Redash, Matthew K. Saccaro, Katelyn J. Salisbury, Ashley M. Sanalitro, Lauren N. Sellitto.

Adrian College (Omicron Tau)

5 May 2010: Kyle Austene, Cambray Sampson.

Albany State University (Omicron Theta)

21 April 2010: Olubunmi Bamidele Ijose, Sakinia Moore, Stefon Plummer, LeeAnnderia C. Weaver.

Albion College (Zeta Xi)

7 May 2010: Shannon Kathleen Crocker, Heather A. de Bari, Chelsea R. Denault, Rebecca M. Denison, Sarah V. Fifield, Andrew P. Neagoe, David G. Tillery, Lisa M. Winters.

Alfred University (Alpha Lambda Kappa)

3 April 2010: Stephen Burger, Sonrisa Crespin, Timothy O'Toole, Mikenna Pierotti, James Poorman, Grace Rajnovic, Nicholas Walker.

Allegheny College (Alpha Eta Chi)

22 April 2010: Emily R. Benner, Claire R. Berkley, Anna L. Bitting, Andrea N. Charbonnel, Catherine E. Conway, Hannah S. Dunlop, Christopher N. Elnicki, Katy E. Gongaware, Brittany L. Huey, Zada J. Johnson, Elizabeth P. Keene, Timothy L. Reeves, Jennifer A. Schad, Forrest M. Smith, Evan T. Woods.

Alma College (Lambda Psi)

16 April 2010: Joseph Caporale, Noelle Evans, Kay Janette Fitzsimmons, Hunter Christian Hill, Eva Marie Schneider, Brian G. Wagner.

Alvernia University (Alpha Eta Rho)

14 May 2010: Kayla Andrechick, Emily Berret, Richard Engle, Muriel Eshbach, Gerald Powell, Stephanie Topiarz, Adam Tranquillo, Stephen Walsh.

Anderson University (Alpha Iota Iota)

14 April 2010: Caleb J. Addle, Gina M. Farmer, Hannah D. Peltier, Jacob A. Schreiner, Caitlin E. Stuart, Nicholas A. Zehner.

Angelo State University (Xi Zeta)

21 April 2010: Matthew C. Aycock, Sterling A. Brown, Kerry A. Buchanan.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi)

15 April 2010: Lauren Allen, Genevieve Marie Austin, Aaron Joseph Backfield, Jason Thomas Balcome, Winston Augustus Blair, Joshua Lee Bowman, Dean Robert Boyle, Jonathan Robert Callahan, Molly Elizabeth Caudill, Hillary Elizabeth Coffman, Austin James Coleman, Sara Virginia Council, James Anthony Currie, Jr., Samuel Jordan Gunnells, Heather Leianna Heath, Meagan Aileen Jerome, Dorothea Johnson, Nathan Love, Robert Lewis Mason, Jasmin A. McFayden, John Claiborne McKnight, Cameron Myers, Jessica LeighAnne Nipper, Lauren Nichole Nix, Brickey Nuchols, Richard Jay Reid, Caleb Thomas Robertson, Eric Neil Scott, Chelsea Keaton Sigmon, John Stallings, Hunter McNair Thomas, Kelly Ann White, Hayley Lanren Wood, Andrew Yarchin.

Aquinas College (Theta Rho)

21 April 2010: Stephanie Defouw, Samuel Johnson, Richard Bryan Willits.

Arcadia University (Iota Theta)

13 May 2010: Nicholas Adams, Christopher Anderson, Larissa Arico, Sara Bearzi, Bernice Crawford, Matthew Dalrymple, Nicole DiNiglio, Jessica Fastidio, Jennifer Gray, Hiroki Kato, Andrew Kempe, Sydney McGinnis, Katherine Nelson, Ashley Stofflet, Samantha Troyer, Susan Urbanski.

Arkansas State University (Eta Chi)

2 April 2010: Emily Renee Carroll, Shelby Elledge.

Arkansas Tech University (Alpha Theta Gamma)

19 April 2010: Crystal L. Bowles, Daniel O. Caudle, Jacob A. Cragg, Janetta G. Freeman, Amber D. Hodges, Tyler D. Jackson, Erica M. Kauffman, Pam Kirk Killins, Cody McBride, Jo Ellen Miller, Benjamin Pace, Melissa L. Roe, Ronald D. Rogers, Tom Snizek, Katherine N. Sperry, Brian Wilson, Megan D. Wyllia.

Armstrong Atlantic State University (Sigma Theta)

30 April 2010: Melissa A. Bahr, Thomas P.

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