Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

Adelphi University (Zeta Delta)

16 April 2008: Lorraine E. Alexis, Steven Benner, Daniel S. Burke, Sarah A. Carbone, Dominick A. Carillo, Michael T. Cataldo, Jennifer F. Cohen, Colin R. Cotter, Colleen Day, Jenna Hess, Heather Lyn Kaupke, Robert E. Mante, Daniel A. Mazzella, Timothy A. Mueller, Carlo J. Nerko, Lauren N. Nozdrovicky, Matthew Ogden, Anthony C. Rotundo, Andrew J. Small, Martha A. Sosnowski, Karine Camelia Steadman, Nicholas Thulke, Gregory Yaguda.

Albany State University (Omicron Theta)

28 April 2008: Daa'iyah N. Salaam, Arpeja P. Shorts, Natalia L. Sisroe.

Alfred University (Alpha Lambda Kappa)

3 May 2008: Doris R. Dunham, Laura A. Jantzi.

Allegheny College (Alpha Eta Chi)

21 April 2008: Micalyn R. Antonacci, Daniel M. Austin, Amanda L. Balthaser, Erika M. Eckburg, Cathleen K. Flanagan, Noah R. Goodling, Christine N. Heagy, Rachel L. Jurkowski, Kyrie A. Kowalik, Erica A. Lombardo, Douglas C. Maloney, James C. McHolme, Adam S. Napora, Amy L. Negley, Jessica M. Pennisi, Joel R. Petersavage, Elizabeth A. Rohr, Aurora M. Schul, Mark M. Smeltz, Crystal L. Smith, Ashley E. Steckel, Elizabeth A. Stern.

Anderson University (Alpha Iota Iota)

20 April 2008: Jeffrey W. Brunnemer, Ronald Carter, Amanda M. Cowgill, Deborah E. Evans, Stephanie Diane Francis, Jalie Gayle Herman, E. Brooke Hynds, Aaron Kaczmarek, Lanette Rachel Kuhn, Mary Catherine Lopolito, Jaimie Lynn Pope, Samantha L. Smith, Kristina L. Unis, Tara Ann Wiedrick.

Angelo State University (Xi Zeta)

1 May 2008: Alicia M. Campbell, Codi D. Craddock, Jamie L. Jackson, Lauren Mikela Moss-Ukena.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi)

24 April 2008: John B. Bradley, David S. Gill, Rebecca Ashley Jones, Joshua Manning, Brittany Meredith Martin, Jonathan L. Morton, Jamie L. Walker.

Aquinas College (Theta Rho)

10 April 2008: Michael Billings, Seth D. Brodbeck, Maria E. Filice, Ashlyn N. Mausolf, Luke Sprunger.

Arcadia University (Iota Theta)

25 April 2008: Stephen Bruning, Kristin Campellone, Karstie Davis, Anthony Dominick, Ross Sterling Green, Andrew Johnsen, Mary McKee, Caitlin Rooney, Jonathan Squire, Gerri Venditto, Michaela Zurbach.

Arizona State University (Iota Gamma)

18 April 2008: Paul Bergelin, Kelli Marie Collins, Megan Erickson, Royce Gildersleeve, Shawn R. Hyde, Joshua Rand-Castillo, Zoe Sarabo, Drusilla Stobinske, Peter D. Van Cleave, Bradley Wiles.

Arkansas State University (Eta Chi)

10 April 2008: Blake D. Brown, Jason M. Brown, Kellie Bryan, John Hantke, Clayton Mitchell, Patricia L. Ochoa.

Arkansas Tech University (Alpha Theta Gamma)

17 April 2008: Laurie A. Gagne, Kimberly Ann Pittman, John Steele, James R. Wheeler.

Armstrong Atlantic State University (Sigma Theta)

20 February 2008: Corrie Hand, Samanthis Q. Smalls.

Assumption College (Alpha Epsilon Rho)

8 April 2008: Stephanie Camerlengo, Emily Clough, Megan Dumas, Ian Ferguson, Jessica Hautsch, Jeffrey Latham, Joanna Mayhew, Shawn Murray, Rebecca Petty, Katherine Tothill.

Auburn University (Kappa Pi)

27 February 2008: Laci S. Fralish, Laura C. Glassford, Susan M. Gray, Michael P. Johnson, Andrew R. Morgan, Maureen E. Osborne, Abby L. Sayers, Christine M. Seigler.

Auburn Univ-Montgomery (Chi Psi)

6 May 2008: Donald Seth Henry.

Augsburg College (Alpha Mu Lambda)

29 April 2008: Mallori L. Hansen, Kathryn Hardy, Emily A. Jensen, Leif Kopietz, Laura C. Olsen, Christina R. Quick, Cassandra Roschen.

Augusta State University (Alpha Eta Xi)

29 November 2007: Margaret Somers Anderson, Timothy Handley, Nathaniel Johnson, Thomas G. Moss, Michael S. Skuza, Sean Stanhill, Michael W. Wallace.

Austin College (Alpha Mu Rho)

8 May 2008: Jesse Booher, Michael Carlson, Hailey Cunningham, Elizabeth Elliott, Alvaro Escorcia, Russell Fetzer, Megan Fukumoto, James Hannan, Aaron Hawkins, Steven Hayes, David Hernandez, Isabel Hernendez, Ian Keeble, Erin McKenas, Zachary Owens, Sarah Powell, Fernando Rubio, Jr. …

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