Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Alma College (Lambda Psi)

10 April 2013: Matthew Paul Bison Compo, Amanda K. Craig, Alaina M. Dague, Carrie M. Frame, Jared Levi Groeneveld, Riley O. Hubbard, Ethan D. Lindgren, Autumn Genevieve Ouellette, Claryce Porzondek, Lindsey C. Schmidt, Haley M. Schriber, Neil Erickson Youngdahl.

Ball State University (Mu Beta)

30 April 2013: Ashley Cornwell, Brittany Held, Erik Jones, Julia Ricci, Michael Smith.

Brandeis University (Alpha Epsilon Omicron)

24 May 2013: Marc J. Alsina, Debra Friedmann, Joshua Hillel Kaye, Malorie Elyse Letcavage, Linda Li, Lee A. Nisson, Jonathan P. Ostrowsky, Isaac J. Rabbani, Maya Missouri Riser-Kositsky, Michael L. Rock, Nicole Lee Tiger, Richard L. Weisbach, Jolie Rose Whitebook.

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

16 April 2013: Siebren Bangma, Patrick Cullen.

California State University-Bakersfield (Psi Zeta)

27 April 2013: Kenneth Antoniono, Leah Rebekah Avila, Tariana Carpio, Ron Cook, Kim Borjon Kartinen, Brittany Lange, Frank John Martinez, Clinton James Parrish, Cynthia Peterson, Jeff Provencher, Jesse Stevens, Matthew Tesoriere.

California State University-Sacramento (Rho Xi)

1 May 2013: Gregory P. Bradshaw, Tyrone Brown, Terry JoAnn Davis, Jeremy Duvall, Sheri Epps-Frederito, Daniel E. Johnson, Elizabeth Nichole Lynch, Mary Claire Morin, David L. Moyer, Brittani R. Orona, Lon Rohlfing, Samuel M. Skow, Timothy Tadlock, Kelley J. Vincent, James Wood, Caitlin M. Young.

California State University-San Bernardino (Alpha Delta Nu) 19 March 2013: Nicholas K. Ankney.

Canisius College (Iota Lambda) 15 May 2013: Abigail V. Fronckowiak, Samantha C. Garson, Thomas J. Krause, Shannon E. Lunney, Victoria A. Murty, Victoria E. Niedzielski, Christopher R. Notaro, Amanda L. Oppermann, Christopher Joseph Rider, Stefan T. Sirko, Lindsey Lauren S. Visser.

CUNY-Brooklyn College (Alpha Epsilon Beta)

1 September 2013: Arsalan Alam, Michael Bavalsky, Robert Cammiso, Douglas Concha, Amanda Glantz, Joseph Kozdraski, Ebru Oktayer, John Owens, Julia Steiner, Emma Timothee.

CUNY-College of Staten Island (Alpha Xi Theta)

4 June 2013: Gregory Scott Lella.

Dowling College (Alpha Kappa Epsilon)

8 May 2013: Sharon Cohen, Megan A. Emanuelo, Aidan J. Pagano, Michael Pearce.

Eastern Washington University (Omega Psi)

30 June 2013: Ayana M. Croft, Joshua R. Gallegos.

Georgetown College-Kentucky (Gamma Sigma)

25 April 2013: Kyle Bobrowski, Mary Dowdy, Emily Krick, Zachary Robke, Breanna Stratton.

Georgetown University (Beta Pi)

24 May 2013: D. James Heine.

Graceland University (Mu Gamma)

15 June 2013: Joseph L. K. Stouffer.

Hiram College (Alpha Iota Pi)

2 May 2013: Melissa C. DeWater, Carrie Dyer, Rebecca R. Dyer, Sheila M. Henry, Starlene L. Hunter.

Kean University (Omega Alpha)

16 April 2013: Gregory Angelino, Jillian Baczyk, Stephen Balzer, Josh Biringer, Diane Boccella, Matthew Boehler, Brian Bogan, Dylan Brown, Joseph Campanella, Norman Michael Capiral, Andrew Caulfield, Michael Clark, Michael Collins, Andrew P. Cowan, Jessica Crimaldi, Malcolm Cumberbatch, Tim David, Ashley Davis, Michael De Angelo, Anthony Del Pino, Samantha Fetzer, Michael Delgadillo Figueiredo, Tracy Fiorianti, David Garatino, Johanna Garcia, Barbara Gaud, Chloe Mae Gesslein, Lauren N. Hill, Pare Hoffman, Matthew Roy Huneke, Thomas M. Hunt, Mark J. Keelan, Danielle Koebli, Michele Konar, Alex M. Lukasiuk, Kathleen C. Mattsson, Louis Mazzella, David McKay, Steven Migliaccio, Elizabeth Montalvo, Colleen Morris, Robert F. Muller, Jr., John P. Murphy, Mary A. NesSmith, Harry D. Oliveros, Michael Palmerson, Jeffrey Porter, Dana Reynolds, Michael Romanelli, Tiffany Sanders, John Sengotta, Kathleen Mary Sirois, Matthew Smith, Ksenia Starikov, Lauren Staub, Stephanie Valente, Alli Voigt, Robert V.

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