Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Armstrong Atlantic State University (Sigma Theta) 20 April 2007: Kerry J. Buchan.

Ball State University (Mu Beta) 30 July 2007: Melissa Kay Booth, Erin E. Hamilton, James Bradley Hickey, Donald L. Irby, Sylvester Moore-El, Matthew M. Neer, Amanda Renee Rybarczyk, James B. Shaw, William Yount, Jr.

Bethany College-WV (Mu Epsilon) 13 August 2006: Katrina M. Boley, Nicole Brown, Jerad L. Call, Thomas John Cipoletti, Jo-Ellan Decker, Jessica Dewitt, Bethany L. Freed, Kenneth Hopper, Kayla Kreuger, Christopher C. Palo, Charles B. Peoples, Vanessa D. Plumly, Edward Sloane III, Joseph Sprumont III, Laura Thorne, Carla Vandzura.

Brandeis University (Alpha Epsilon Omicron) 7 May 2007: Charlotte E. Benham, Zahava Blaustein, James A. Blum, Stefan C. Borst-Censullo, Matthew A. Brown, Michael G. Cohen, Michael Jacob Dax, David Naftali Ejdelman, Christopher Farrell, Jonathan Lewis Fischer, Emily R. Kadar, James H. Kahler, Joshua D. Karpoff, Philip Eliot Keisman, Kiran Rashmi Patwardhan, Joseph B. Pincus, Sarah M. Pipes, Rebecca Arlene Reiman, Wendi A. Safran, Nicole Brooke Salzman, Kaila Knight Schwartz, Ariel Strauss, Sara Iris Weiner, Abby J. Yanoff, Beth C. Zweig.

Butler University (Pi Tau) 26 April 2007: Christopher Chapman, Stephen M. Christopherson, Lydia A. Jones, Donald E. Jones, Amanda L. Smith.

California State University-Sacramento (Rho Xi) 14 April 2007: Jonathan M. Abernathy, Darcie R. Adams, Stephen W. Campbell, Kasey J. Dell, Michael S. Gabbe-Gross, Jessica Sara Jami, Brittany L. Lanning, Colin McDonald, Laura Mikelbank, Lindsey B. Phillips, Dustin B. Robins, Annie Snider.

Campbell University (Alpha Iota Alpha) 21 August 2007: Lee Arthur Drum, Jr.

Clark Atlanta University (Alpha Eta Upsilon) 6 September 2007: Shirley A. Waters-White.

Cuny-Queens College (Beta Tau) 10 May 2007: Paola Gutierrez, Adelina Morelli, Arkadiy A. Murdakhayev, Nycole Pettit, Robert A. Reidel, Heather Smith, Jennifer Wang.

Depaul University (Phi Delta) 27 April 2007: Michael T. Abraham, Caitlin S. Cakora, Andrew R. Cells, Alison Flatley, Philip Ghalioungui, Michael A. Gianfortune, Amy J. Greiner, Erin T. Harmett, Dave M. Kornecki, Damir Kozlica, Emily A. McNish, Michael B. Mishler, Steven E. Padal, Guadalupe A. Perez, Eve P. Porcello, Sandra O. Sasal, Natalie Shure, Nilda Vargas, Patrick J. Wickens, Emily Ann Wright.

Emmanuel College (Eta Theta) 14 September 2007: Matthew C. Hickey.

Emory University (Phi Tau) 10 April 2007: Andrea K. Cerulli, William Steven Cossen, Mary Y. Dudzinsky, Emily R. Fedeles, Steven L. Foy, Charles P. Gaetano, Felicia C. Goodman, Robert E. Hale, Josiah B. Heidt, Jacob L. Houmand, Eva M. Land, Jessica A. Levy, Meris Moore Lutz, Marc A. Pinto, Scott E. Rosenberg, Liz K. Saluke, Eric S. Schaffer, Ethan Z. Schiff, Lisa Patterson Spees, Christina C. Welsch, Ian Whittle, Matthew C. Zorn.

Fayetteville State University (Alpha Iota Eta) 1 May 2007: Hazel Marie Dozier.

Florida A&M University (Alpha Lambda Rho) 27 July 2007: Tarell J. Baldwin, Kimberly Brown, Christopher Daniels, Sheena Harris, Rudy Jean-Bart, Katrina R. Sims, Daria Willis-Joseph.

George Washington University (Phi Chi) 11 June 2007: Daniel W. Hamilton.

Georgia College & State University (Chi Lambda) 1 September 2007: Sara Abis, Albert Bernard III, Vanessa Boldeu, Aaron Gibbs, Margaret Christine Grover-Soles, Katherine Hunter, Nathan Kane, Angela Pitts, Tanya Saylor, Kelly Sowers.

Georgia Southwestern State University (Alpha Kappa Chi) 27 April 2007: Mary Kathryn Blankenship, Christopher Cowles, David Edmiston, Lawrence Gregory, Jamie Lineberry, Jessica Mathews, Chase McKinnon, Melissa Milliron, Brandi Morrow, L'etrice Peaco, Meredith Brooke Reagan, Laura Robinson, Matt Shemwell, Jessica Thompson, Jennifer West, Samuel Adam White.

Heidelberg College (Delta Gamma) 2 May 2007: Adrea Dottavio, Ashley M. …

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