Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Abilene Christian University (Zeta Beta)

21 January 2009: Jennifer Carroll, Lindsay Klar, Douglas Mann, Briana Ribble, Lauren Stark.

Agnes Scott College (Alpha Theta Psi)

24 November 2008: Anne E. Cunningham, Rachael V. Harper, Arianne S. Kahn, Kera N. Lovell, Michelle K. Redmond, Molly T. Roza, LaShundra D. Tucker-Allen, Esther I. C. Wallace, Charlotte W. Wolfe, E. Shelby Zimmer.

Albright College (Kappa Beta)

1 December 2008: Shea Stevens.

Alfred University (Alpha Lambda Kappa)

28 February 2009: Hannah M. Certis, Rebecca J. DeCristofaro, Amy C. DeNisco, Nathanial O. Ford, Ann E. Halbert-Brooks, Allyson L. Pirrung, Christopher M. Romanchock, Kristy M. Sirianni, Paul M. Vetter.

American University (Epsilon Psi)

13 November 2008: Adam Barnhart, Nathan Braccio, Rebecca DeWolf, Caleb Enerson, Zachary Faden, Samantha Gibson, Jeremy Kaufman, John Little, Katelyn Miller, Laura O'Friel, Julie Oswald, Tauntan Paine, Emily Poster, Daniel Quinley, Stephen Rudd, Jonathan Terrell.

Angelo State University (Xi Zeta)

15 December 2008: Thomasa Francisca Bocanegra, Zachary Dowdle, Jessica A. LaMirand, Micah A. McDowell, Timothy D. Richardson.

Arizona State University (Iota Gamma)

30 January 2009: Collin Agni, Adin Armey, Jennifer Ballistrea, Adam Boyd, Jennifer Hanson, Ashlie Leon, Brett Livingood, Jennifer Lloyd, Brenna Penrod, Lauren Romero, Natalie Wilcoxen, Cory Williams.

Auburn University-Montgomery (Chi Psi)

23 February 2009: Kevin James Taylor.

Augusta State University (Alpha Eta Xi)

14 November 2008: Brett Carter, Matthew Freier, Rebekah Harris, Jamie M. Kimball, Melinda McKew, Travis Wagner, Praseedha J. Woods.

Baldwin-Wallace College (Delta Upsilon)

22 March 2009: Katelynn Elizabeth Carver, Holly Jeanne Clark, Eric David Hinkle, Tyler William Holzworth, Brittany Lynn Kornokovich, Timothy William Kovach, Riley Ann Moran, Kevin R. Radigan, Breanne Veronica Taylor.

Baylor University (Tau Beta)

2 March 2009: John Coffer, Joshua DeWalt, Anna Edlund, Richard H. Fair, Taylor Floyd, Joshua Haaland, Daniel Hoover, Emily Ivy, Laura Oliver, Brian Reed, Jennifer Shimada, Cassie Stokes, Abigail Worland, Tyler Yates.

Berry College (Omicron Epsilon)

17 November 2008: Shawn Carroll, Amber Rickman, Katherine Wells.

Bloomsburg University (Mu Psi)

17 December 2008: Amanda Balz, Laura E. Buffone, John M. Kubik, Kimberly A. Martin, Timothy M. Mazer, Justin M. O'Brien, Jard D. Snyder, Christina M. Stover, Zachary J. Weaver, Shannon W. Witmer, Todd M. Wolinsky.

Bowie State University (Sigma Lambda)

20 November 2008: Cheryl Regina Braddy, Ronald Lee Carter, Kyle Jared Edwards, Kathy Richelle Fry, Courmey Cecelia Hobson, Virginia L. Hockey, Shanique Lorraine Lewis, Laura V. Matias, Mark Sylvester Young.

Briar Cliff University (Alpha Gamma Eta)

10 December 2008: Matthew Chicoine, Kathleen Kruckenberg, Kelli Rae Langel, David Stoos, Joanne Rae Sweeney.

Brigham Young University-Provo (Beta Iota)

11 December 2008: Rebecca Aaron, Kristen Clark, John Clayton, J. Taylor Finell, David Golding, Terrie Hathcock, Daniel Hess, Daniel Kirkpatrick, Erin Knutson, Kristy Pack, Nathanael Paynter, Trevor Petersen, Nathaniel Pickett, Kathryn Price, Ben Raty, Christopher Rawlins, Amber Rogers, Joseph Seeley, Corey Smallcanyon, Ardis Smith, Clifford Strieby, Timothy Wright, Peter Wright.

Butler University (Pi Tau)

11 December 2008: Reid Gregory Dvorak, Jessica L. Nelson, Jennifer B. Rajpura, Melanie N. Ramsey, Lindsay Elizabeth Rump, Laura C. Weiskopf.

California State University-Bakersfield (Psi Zeta)

26 April 2008: Fernando Jara, Elise Palos.

California State University-Fresno (Alpha Kappa Beta)

20 March 2009: Delia Centeno, Danielle C. …

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