Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Adelphi University (Zeta Delta)

30 April 2009: Stephanie Bordoy, Ashley M. Casella, Ariana Cassa, Dominic Castiello, Thomas Dapolito, Melanie B. Derschowitz, Johnpaul Di Fava, Melissa Di Leonardo, Jonathan Steven Feltheimer, Sophia Fetter, Daniel S. Franchese, Carmela M. Gandolfo, Benjamin L. Goldberg, Christopher A. Hoffmann, Christina Illig, Nicole A. Jacoberger, Stelios Karakonstantis, Matthew Kennedy, Allen B. Louissaint, Kristopher J. Nosworthy, Nicole A. Rodriguez, Yuliya Slavinskaya, Andrea M. Socci, Nicholas Tomasso, Bryan G. Watt.

Adrian College (Omicron Tau)

27 April 2009: Matthew English.

Albany State University (Omicron Theta)

17 April 2009: Sandra B. Gay, Alexander Johnathan David Mack.

Albion College (Zeta Xi)

30 April 2009: Douglas J. Bosin, Kristin Nicole Butler, Ronald M. Catoni, Delores A. Duff, Mallory Rose Fellows, Louis T. Kraus, Kelly A. Lamson, Jessica Lela Ann Smith, Elizabeth Anne Thornton, Emily Leigh Weller.

Albright College (Kappa Beta)

27 May 2009: Melony Alcorn, Alex J. Bolaski, III, Margot E. Collins, Christopher Hopkinson, James Graham McMillan, Greg Pfeffer, Josh Rebello, Kyle J. Torrens, Joanna Lee Voortman.

Allegheny College (Alpha Eta Chi)

21 April 2009: Nicholas S. Balzer, Lauren Carol Birsic, Kathleen M. Creehan, Lindsey M.

DiLoreto, Katelyn M. Dornburg, Nicole E. Fuhrman, Lisa Erin Gleason, Bruce G. Harvey, J. Paul Hendrickson, Sean M. Jozwiak, Alexia L. Kime, Christopher J. Kopec, Justine Danielle Kostrub, Sarah J. Kropp, Brittany J. Leonard, Kara A. Martin, Giulia E. Molinaro, Tanya Nocera, Anne E. Nybo, Bryan D. Sciulli.

Alma College (Lambda Psi)

1 April 2009: John Fillmore, Brianne Jennings, Erin Mctntyre, Morgan Rudd.

Anderson University (Alpha Iota Iota)

21 April 2009: Lawrence Aucker, Courtney R. Betmer, Richard G. Bowman, Wesley G. Cate, Emily N. Clark, Jessica Combs, Lauren N. Householder, Russell L. Jarrell, David G. Kirschman, Nicholas A. Lawrence, Brooke N. Mark, Shaun M. Payne, Adam W. Renner, Lauren M. Roberts, Marcus E. Smith, Andrew J. Vibbert, Leah M. Wiley, George Zachary Williams.

Angelo State University (Xi Zeta)

7 May 2009: Andrea M. Dawson, William H. Mitchell, John Marshall Perry, Joshua R. Tindell, Heather E. Wylie.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi)

16 April 2009: Lauren Adcock, Kaitlyn E. Bertsch, Melissa Lynn Bradian, Cynthia Veronika Brodowska, Amy Caroline Burton, Amy Butler, Jonathan Drew Carpenter, Michael Stephen Cochran, Leslee Ann Cornelius, Chelsea Nicole DiLoreto, Kathryn L. Easter, Lori Eggers, Tracy Eugene Gurley, Zachary Haggerty, Walter Miles Harris, Roy Duncan Hopper, Michael Jacobs, Samuel Robert Jenkins, III, Kelly Roland Martin, Caroline E. Mauch, Margaret Page McLaughlin, Carrington Andrew DePaul Perry, Seth Tyler Phillips, Richard Thomas Post, Jr., Edward Thomas Rabin, Rebecca Elaine Richard, Amanda Ellen Self, Alison L. Shea, Ian Lee Silberman, Robert Marshall Simpson, Jennifer Lauren Smith, Katie Elizabeth Smith, Christa Michelle Vincent, Leslie Elizabeth White, Catherine Clare Williams.

Aquinas College (Theta Rho)

16 April 2009: Will Eberle, Rachel Koval, Craig O'Neill, Doug Seites, Jennifer Williams, Beth Yahne.

Arizona State University (Iota Gamma)

4 May 2009: Carlos Alvarez, Rebecca Baird, Candance Camphor-McLemore, Kevin James Christiansen, Jr., Nicole Cuccinotto, Dave Cullop, Katherine Erhart, Michael Fitzgerald, Jose Angel Gonzales, Emily Marie Harris, Lance Ingwersen, Kendra Kennedy, Glenn LaBranche, Yan Mann, Pamela Mason, Joan Miller, Pete Pearson, Michael Redante, John Rosinbum, Cole Tonge, Louis Weimer, Jeffrey Wheatley.

Arkansas State University (Eta Chi)

7 April 2009: Jeremy M. Bolden, Barry L. Branscum, Noah P. Brewer, Kevin M. Downum, Donald Tracy Evans, William Loy Newberry, Barbara A. …

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