Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Alpha (University of Arkansas)                                        A

24 April 2001: Lisa Beckenbaugh, Jim Bird, Aimee Crochet, Jessica
Greene, Garrick Hildebrand, Rebecca Kastelberg, Karson Kuhlman, Kiley
Lynch, Sarah Malloy, Susana O'Daniel, David W. Paschal, Benjamin
Purvis, Laura Shafer, Mitchell Singleton, Alma Slikker, Rachel Smith.

Alpha Alpha (Lehigh University)                                      AA

26 April 2001: Derek Doeschner, Lynn M. Dukette, Kelly Engles, Cheryl
Foster, Erica L. Fregosi, Elizabeth Hazard, Mark E. Hoff II, Rachel
Levine, Suzanne Lupovici, Meghan McGarry, Kevin McKittrick, Jill
Merdinger, Mathews Pierson, Laura O. Rheinauer, James P. Ryan, Rosemary
Sherry, Lyle E. Stohler, Caroline P. Streicher, Samantha Vose, Jennifer
Walsh, Mary Wright, Michelle Zarrilli, Amber L. Ziemba.

Alpha Alpha Alpha (Biola University)                                AAA

16 November 2000: Kelly I. Husmann, Floyd J. Lima, Sarah M. McLaughlin;
28 March 2001: Gina Piek, Rebecca Thelin, Julie Watson; 17 May 2001:
Cory Colhouer, Candace Raffanti.

Alpha Alpha Beta (Saint Francis University)                         AAB

26 April 2001: Joseph A. Alianiello, Sara K. Hunter, Gretchen A.
Neugebauer, Aaron E. Onkst, Sarah T. Willson.

Alpha Alpha Delta (University of Rio Grande)                  AA[DELTA]

21 May 200l: Dayna M. Abbott, Brian J. Blain, Elizabeth A. Brown, John
Russell Davis, Jarod W. Lloyd, Eric Otto McLaughlin, Thomas Patete,
James C. Potter, Jian Sun, Jessica Sayre Williams.

Alpha Alpha Epsilon (Kennesaw State University)                     AAE

26 April 2001: Ariana Almaee-Nejadi, Shannon V. Ammons, Heidi E.
Bafford, James M. Bearrow, Janice G. Berkholtz, Melissa G. Braswell,
Paula M. Chastain, Karin B. Gant, Edward Holcombe, Joshua C. Hurst,
Fred W. McCaleb, Amanda McGrew, Bonnie D. Milner, Cairistiona M.
O'Ryan, John D. Osborne, Patricia G. Riddlemoser, Stephen M. Swably,
Larissa M. Wiley, Aimee C. Willis, Dewi Wilson.

Alpha Alpha Eta (Virginia State University)                         AAH

4 April 2001: Vedet R. Coleman, Cary L. Goodman, Cassandra D. Jones,
Oluwatosin H. Sokoya, Jennifer E. Walker.

Alpha Alpha Gamma (Northwest Missouri State University)       AA[GAMMA]

1 March 2001: Andrew L. Harris, Brianne Kiger, Jenni M. Nourse, Catrina
G. Pelton, Ashley M. Thompson.

Alpha Alpha Iota (Liberty University)                               AAI

31 October 2000: Mark X. Daly, Jennifer E. Gardner, Paul W. Garner,
Casey G. Golden, James M. Kellaris, Brent M. Nieter, Emily M. Payne,
Myla Joy M. Singh, Jeffrey E. Taylor, Shanna J. Twigg; 22 March 2001:
Sarah G. Butcher, Levi J. Miller, Julleanna B. Outten, Rachel A. Silla,
Clell M. Smyth, Jesse W. Strong.

Alpha Alpha Lambda (Grove City College)                      AA[LAMBDA]

26 April 2001: Travis Christopher Barham, James D. Dunston, Kaye E.
MacKenzie, Erin L. Sherman.

Alpha Alpha Mu (University at Texas, Brownsville)                   AAM

18 April 2001: Elizabeth Baldwin, Yadira Lopez, Jesusa Perez, Aurora
Salinas, Michael Smith.

Alpha Alpha Phi (North Carolina State University)               AA[PHI]

1 May 2001: Whitaker L. Barrier, Robert P. Bowes, Lita D. Briscoe, John
L. Colbert, Jennifer L. Cunningham, Jennifer Davis, Julie E. Davis,
Joshua M. Dillon, Carrie V. Duran, Joshua G. Eckblad, Jennifer D.
Farley, Javan D. Frazier, Kylie E. Glover, Jennifer J. Hallman, Anne B.
McLean, Brian F. O'Shaughnessy, Jeffery M. Roper, David N. Walliser,
Christopher E. Will, Jeffrey A. Wuest.

Alpha Alpha Pi (Iona College)                                    AA[PI]

6 April 2001: Cynthia C. Bell, Samanta S. Brihaspat, Marta M. Carneiro,
Jane E. Murray, Brenda A. O'Riordan, Jessica L. Pannizzo, Stephen C.
Sherman, Bridget A. Skahill, Hasan A. Tariq, Michael F. Valenti, Barry
J. Whalen.

Alpha Alpha Psi (University of Vermont)                         AA[PSI]

30 March 2001: Patrick D. … 

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