Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Alfred University (Alpha Lambda Kappa)

17 March 2012: Christopher Churchill, Jennifer C. Futterman, Shannon Godlove, Max J. Houy, Tesla L. Parker, Erin L. Paterson, John P. Ronan, Jack P. Styles, Jonathan D. White.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi)

28 February 2012: Brian M. Abdo, Christopher Steven Bare, Joel Jason Barbara, Steven Tyler Bentley, Taylor Elizabeth Berrier, Paul Adam Borowicz, Brandi Nicole Bounds, Benjamin Burnette, Mary Catherine Cappiello, Jessica Carbon, Kayla Ashton Carrouth, lan J. Clontz, Allison Gray Cranfill, Robert S. Grace, Jennifer Diane Hammond, Jason Linwood Hauser, Joy Elizabeth Jones, Emily Stewart Long, Taylor Matthew McKusick, Sharon Ardel Moore, Meghann Elena Murphy, Joseph Keaton Patterson, Jerry D. Pitts, Brindley Polk, Jennifer Leigh Roberson, Lauren Roland, Ashley Caroline Sedlak, Clark Anderson Sellers, Robert Jordan Sharpe, Erica Whitney Sheaffer, Derek James Shook, Stacie Lynn Siers, Lindsey M. Spleet, Chelsea Diane Stone, Tiffany Nicole Teague, Morgan Christine Tedrow, David Charles Trapp, Sage Velazquez, Megan Elizabeth Waters.

Auburn University (Kappa Pi)

24 February 2012: Brittany N. Brooks, Robin L. Brown, Amanda P. Cameron, Grant R. Campbell, Katie D. Campbell, Benjamin P. Casey, Samuel D. Christensen, Rebecca M. Eckstein, Molly M. Elefante, Alexandria N. Gonzalez, Warren C. Howell, Yvette M. Jones, Kyle J. Kopsick, R. Jordan Ray, Kirk M. Rentz II, Kevin J. Rose, Marian A. Royston, Helena N. Stover, Robert P. Whitehead.

Augustana College-Illinois (Alpha Pi)

17 May 2012: Adrianna Gonzalez, Mason William Kienzle, Brian M. Schroeder, Anna K. Tunnicliff.

Aurora University (Alpha Nu Omicron)

23 March 2012: Keely M. Haag, Andrew Patton, Laura J. Russman, Peter G. Schaub, Heather A. Smith.

Ball State University (Mu Beta)

6 December 2011: Nancy Lee Clark, Elizabeth Wakefield.

Bellarmine University (Alpha Xi Rho)

15 March 2012: Joseph Bernard Cecil, Kara Marie Dischinger, Ryan Christian Ecken, Eric Miles Hoffman, Nathan Christian Juhl, Patrick Henderson Lemieux, Margaret H. Mahoney, Thomas Joseph Milan, Nickholas Aaron Pendergraft, Robert G. Pfaadt, Eric P. Roorda, Jonathan Patrick Smith, Timothy K. Welliver, Aaron Michael Williams, Morgan Jean Ziegler.

Brenau University (Tau Eta)

6 April 2012: Irina R. Burlack, Julia Lima Ferreira, Fatima C. Talavera.

Brigham Young University-Provo (Beta Iota)

4 April 2012: Madison Elizabeth Belnap, Marilee Carlin, Tyler Creer, Joshua Fell, Nanci Johnson, Bradley Kime, Jordan Mangum, Aaron Sanborn.

California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo (Alpha Nu Gamma)

12 March 2012: Matthew Brown, Amy Cote, Kristina Foster, Sarah LeDuff, Katherine Sanine, Nicola Williams.

California State University-Channel Islands (Alpha Xi Kappa)

2 March 2012: Jevin R. Chase, Melanny N. Conde, Zachary F. Cote, Patrick Dane Holt, Fay Lamarra, Wade A. Perkins, Madison N. Petrin, Leonardo D. Zendejas.

California State University-Dominguez Hills (Tau Epsilon)

22 February 2012: Stephanie Bailey, Gabriel A. Cabrera, Francis Cook, Brian Crandall, Christopher Daley, Vicente Jurado, Shannon E. Lopez, Jonathan Neeper, Natasha Rioux, Sara Smith.

California State University-Los Angeles (Eta Xi)

26 February 2012: Linda Baughn, Viviana Bobadilla, Milena Champagne, Christina Cline-Chavez, Andrea Corrales, Jimmy Del Rio, Kathryn Helen Faulkner, Elizabeth Fragosa, Natalie Fraire, Carrie L. Glenn, Cassandra Joffre, Rafael Mazon, Krystal Messer, J. Lydia Neeley, Stefan Ogbac, Geoff Pogue, Collette Salvatierra, Elvin Salvatierra, Aeden Sutherlin, Andrea Sutterfield, Dalvin D. Tsay, Jesse C. Vega.

California State University-Northridge (Theta Tau)

18 January 2012: Edan Ben-Moshe.

California State University-San Marcos (Alpha Zeta Chi)

10 December 2011: Rowdy Bossard, Makaela Gilbert, Morgan R. …

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