Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Allegheny College (Alpha Eta Chi)

28 April 2011: Courtney Lynn Alderman, James R. Baker, Matthew H. Darrow, Nathaniel J. Ehrman, Amy M. Frake, Brennan T. Hamilton, Alexa S. Hight, Abigail I. Kmiecinski, Jocelyn S. Levis, Courtney Elizabeth Rice.

Ball State University (Mu Beta)

28 April 2011: Renee Atkinson, Bianaca Brammer, Thomas J. Draper, Nicole Griffetts, Matthew LaFlash, Andrew Luce, Ashley Martin, Eliot B. Reed, Sadie Jean Ritchie, Jennifer Tellman.

Bradley University (Gamma Beta)

4 May 2011: Rachel Borgman, Thomas Carroll, Katherine Childs, Hannah Elger, Rebecca Gordon, Aidan Killian, Robert Lugiai, Jyl E. Mason, Nicole R. Rathert, Chloe Samuels, Brian Wake.

Brandeis University (Alpha Epsilon Omicron)

11 May 2011: Adam B. Cohen, Joshua D. DeFuria, Marc Cameron Eder, Sarah Epstein, Samuel Fuchs, Anna L. Gardner, Julia C. Heckman-Mark, Samuel Hughes, Melanie Jolson, Cheryl Leibowitz, Helen Mac, Michael Newborn, Rachel Sier, Govind Sreenivasan.

California State University-Dominguez Hills (Tau Epsilon)

28 April 2011: Michael P. Chartrand.

California State University-San Bernardino (Alpha Delta Nu)

17 June 2011: Thomas Hagen, Fanny Perez Rico, David G. Shanta, Erica M. Ward.

Campbell University (Alpha Iota Alpha)

5 April 2011: Anthony Ross Harrington.

Clark Atlanta University (Alpha Eta Upsilon)

4 May 2011: Lauren D. Brisbon.

College of Saint Rose (Alpha Lambda Omega)

1 May 2011: Joseph E. Conway, Keith Cronin, Ryan J. Donovan, Heidi Epting, Chelsea E. Evanyke, Kevin Gannon, Ryan James Hoffman, Erin K. Hunt, Sarah M. Klein, Anna Lis, Garret H. Mulrain, Kaylee M. Pagano, Christopher C. Ponthokkan, Amanda Rozsavolgyi, Rebecca E. Tommell, Joseph V. Torregiani, Kevin Towle, Richard White.

College of Wooster (Alpha Beta)

2 May 2011: Bonnie Berg, Lauren Camacci, Kelly Epstein, Nicholas Fedorchuk, Nora Furstenberg-Carroll, Catherine Gillette, Daniel Grantham, Raymond Horn, Emily Keedy.

Culver-Stockton College (Alpha Eta Lambda)

27 September 2011: MaryKate Barkley, Brant Beckman, Donald Gee, Kaitlyn Gutheil, Samantha Heinrich, Aaron Henke, Anna Martin, Kenneth Salsman, Stephen Schindler, Jordan Smith, Michael Strande, Jake Wengerski, Catherine Trainor, Erin Webster, Kristen Weischedel.

CUNY-Brooklyn College (Alpha Epsilon Beta)

1 June 2011: Keisha Amsterdam, Steven Calco, Jacqueline D'Agostino, Benjamin Long, Joseph McClellan, Abdul Basir Muhammad, Ilya Ryvin, Laura Vasquez, Christopher Vellios, Melissa Wright.

CUNY-Queens College (Beta Tau)

11 May 2011: David Hirsch, Pepa Tanousis.

Dickinson State University (Alpha Lambda Pi)

26 April 2011: Terry R. Harker, Sarah H. Heinle, Amber N. Lien, Lane C. Thompson, Amanda J. Weber, Katherine J. Wipf.

Eastern Washington University (Omega Psi)

15 June 2011: Lynnae E. Daniels, Christopher J. Drewel.

Georgetown University (Beta Pi)

2 May 2011: Kevin P. Frazier.

Georgia Southern University (Pi Alpha)

6 June 2011: Galia Al-Amiri, Justin G. Brantley, Aaron D. Dilday, Ashley D. Ellington, Kimberly E. Farris, Rebecca M. Fortenberry, Darryl Keith Gentry, Sarah R. Gibson, Kasee E. Godwin, Anna Kathleen Hendrix, Shannon Hines, Kimberly Knipe, Michael R. Lamb, Garrett E. Litton, Taryn J. Mason, Thomas J. McIntyre, Keith D. Murdock, Joseph D. Myers, Carlos A. Pugh, Daniel P. Ryan, Areli A. Saucedo, Lauren J. Schoenecker, Chelsea T. Smith, Jesse Michael Vaudo, Thomas C. Waters, Zachary David Watson, Margaret M. Westbrook, Morgan L. Wojihowski.

Immaculata University (Alpha Alpha Rho)

15 April 2011: Richard K. Girkin.

James Madison University (Tau Pi)

17 December 2011: Mark E. Grant.

Long Island University (Epsilon Omega)

27 April 2011: Daniel Gelbinovich, Jaroslaw Maliniak. …

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