Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Agnes Scott College (Alpha Theta Psi)

3 December 2007: Hannah L. Alley, Minda L. Anderson, Tara E. Brinkman, Rachel A. Bunker, Erica R. Camp, Alice E. Ferron, Sarah L. Jones, Nazish A. Mithaiwala, Elizabeth E. Mullaney, Leah A. Richier.

American University (Epsilon Psi)

8 November 2007: Patrick Alfonzo, Elizabeth Atkinson, Charles Blair, Justin Broubalow, Michael Burgtorf, Katherine Denney, Courtney Esposito, Emily Feldstein, Steven Greenstein, Alexander Jillions, Marquita Johnson, Samantha Losben, John Manthe, Katherine Masters, Jessica Mlotkowski, Tim Moore, Laura Neff, Sara Nichols, Ayah Nuriddin, Matthew Pembleton, Jennifer Pollack, Meghan Rafferty, Timothy Ritz, Anne Rothfeld, Sarah Simpson, Alise Smith, Michael Souza, David Wilezol, Tamara Wolf.

Andrews University (Omicron Lambda)

18 November 2007: Thomas Hartman, Joy C. Nugent.

Angelo State University (Xi Zeta)

21 November 2007: Amy M. Fields, Johns W. Graham, III, Wesley A. Jones, Samantha Christine Lund, K. Michela Noble, David C. H. Pedersen, Carrie L. Rivera, Brent R. Royal, Reagan E Sweat, Travis L. Taylor.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi)

13 November 2007: Daniel Belk Adams, James Michael Andersen, Christopher Thomas Anthony, Jennifer Rose Baldwin, Richard Kyle Britt, Jennifer Cohen-Jordan, Timothy John Davin, Katrin Dell, Angela Denise Johnson, Jeremy Michael Land, Timothy Patrick McGrath, Teresa Brame Pearman, Thomas D. Perry, II, Joshua Paul Sain, Caitlin Marie Troutman, Robert Allen Whitley, Carly Youngman.

Arizona State University (Iota Gamma)

1 November 2007: Katherine Brown, Nelson Mixon, William B. Oren, Randall Scott Reed, Donna Ruiz y Costello, Adam Tompkins, Gabriela M. Traxler, Robin Valencia, Rachel Vondrasek.

Arkansas State University (Eta Chi)

14 November 2007: Angela Alexander, Jeff Bickerstaff, Nan L. Bridges, Edna Faye Futch, Jennifer R. Hurt, Louis Intres, Heather M. McNamee, Sandra J. Morgan, Amber Hope Mullins, Matthew Pearson, Michael A. Smith, Wesley M. Underhill, Kylie Wickerham, Christina L. Woods.

Arkansas Tech University (Alpha Theta Gamma)

5 December 2007: Jessica Ballou, Ryne Ballou, Mary Buchman, Sara Chronister, Jerryl Davis, Tara Malone, Joshua Onasch, Beau Pumphrey.

Ashland University (Omicron Zeta)

22 October 2007: Lauren K. Arnold, Behrooz K. Y. Avari, Colleen N. Carper, Angela M. Cook, Amber Cover, Jeremy R. Eikenberry, Stephanie J. Helle, Nicole M. Kostura, Kendra R. Kromer, Victoria Suzanne Livingston, Megan E. McCarthy, Amy J. Proulx, Stacey M. Sadowski, Jamie Lauren Spero, Brett W. Stern, Chelsea M. Voracek, Melinda F. Will-Edgington, Hallie R. Wolff, Adam M. Wright, Valentina Yvonne Wysocki.

Austin Peay State University (Theta Delta)

6 December 2007: Richard W. Croddy, Julia M. Dittrich, David G. Nelson, Jerrie Denise Richards, Timothy M. Stephenson.

Ball State University (Mu Beta)

30 July 2007: James B. Shaw.

Baylor University (Tau Beta)

6 November 2007: Aaron Bae, Ryan Gallerani, Alisha Hash, Philip Hubbs, Athena Jaharis, Sara LaBrea Long, Erik Martes, Allen Reese, Nolan Smith.

Belmont University (Xi Alpha)

22 October 2007: Albert Gandy, Tara Hamlin, Clinton Harris, Nathan Huguley, Abigail Mathias, Leslie McClure, Emily Siami.

Biola University (Alpha Alpha Alpha)

25 October 2007: Christine Austin, Thomas Gabler, Stephen Hale, Heidi Myers, Claudia Perez, Corban Quigg, Janet Valencia.

Bloomsburg University (Mu Psi)

14 November 2007: Tory William Bright, David J. Robinson.

Brigham Young University-Idaho (Alpha Kappa Xi)

31 October 2007: Jolene Bricker, Roy Preator Brown, Alissa Davis, Leslie Jane Deacon, Heath Dowers, Conrad Troy Elliot, Holly Engstrom, Alyson Morris, Jake Nilsen, Brenda Peterson, Pamela Porter, Anya Rohbock, Steven Foster Sheppard, Amanda Stauffer, Erin Tolbert, Adam Vincent, Matthew Wilson. …

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