Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Auburn University (Kappa Pi)

26 February 2010: Johnny S. Baugh, Yancy J. D. Bush, Joshua L. Crowley, Abigail R. Day, Sarah E W. Fisher, Leslie A. Galati, Patrick B. Graham, Shannon N. Kipphut, Lauren N. LaRue, Jeffrey C. Lollar, Kenneth C. Lorang, Travis E. Lynch, Angelica D. Marini, Thomas T. McClendon, Lawrence U. McLemore, Hesper E. Meidlinger, John M. Merrill, Jr., Thomas M. Messersmith, Raymond L. Nichols, Christopher M. Tidwell, Allison M. Whitfield.

Auburn University-Montgomery (Chi Psi)

12 March 2010: Rebecca Morris, John Patrick Stokes V, Ann Toothman, Tracy Wilson.

Aurora University (Alpha Nu Omicron)

20 March 2010: Daniel Albrecht, Steven Brummel, Haile Christofferson, Adam Louis Chunn, Sandra K. Erickson, Casey M. Lemberg, Michael Livorsi, Holly M. Spencer, Eric Stotko, Mary Varoni.

Baylor University (Tau Beta)

18 March 2010: Adeola Aro, Jennifer Atwood, Briana Bacon, Jennifer Benninghoff, Meghan Lindsey Byerly, Michael DeSonier, Errett Dickerson, Jeannie Fair, Emily Goedecke, Catharine Hoffman, Alan Khalaf, Priscilla Martinez, Molli Masaniai, Genevieve McCoy, Ryan Nolan, Evan Patterson, Maria Rassokhina, Megan Sanchez, Kimberly Thurman, Rachel Tristan.

Belmont University (Xi Alpha)

16 November 2009: Sarah Vorholt.

Berea College (Alpha Gamma Delta)

21 March 2010: Mary Pflanze Benami, Rheanna Jo Bixler, Kristopher Lawrence Brown, Susan Elaine Buie, Courtenay Jo Burns, Adam Keith Reffett, Jami Carol Setters, Samantha A. Williams.

Berry College (Omicron Epsilon)

26 October 2009: Katelyn Boykin, Kelsey N. McKernie, Zachary Evan Parker, Kelly W. Petronis, Kaylyn M. Wade.

Biola University (Alpha Alpha Alpha)

18 November 2009: Katie Lyn Brookens.

Brigham Young University-Hawaii (Xi Delta)

4 March 2010: Beau Boice, Nathan Hembree, Jennifer Holsten, Abby Jordan, Michelle Mitchell, Seini Namuaira, Destinee Robinson, Kumakaleikini Soon, Suzanne Tuttle, Adam Walton.

Brigham Young University-Idaho (Alpha Kappa Xi)

26 February 2010: Autumn Erickson, Ryan K. Evans, Mike Hodges, Megan Mary Holt, Marianne Moulton, James W. Schwartz, Steven Keith Thomas.

Brigham Young University-Provo (Beta Iota)

10 December 2009: Kimberly Barnes, Aaron Christensen, Brittany Jackson-Hardy, Jeff Pierce, Joshua Satterfield.

Bryant University (Alpha Nu Lambda)

24 March 2010: Brendan Colten, Celissa Fonseca, Michael King, Meredith Kinscherf, Jennifer Sherman, Kurt A. Spear.

Buffalo State College (Chi Alpha)

1 May 2008: Christopher Wittmeyer.

California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo (Alpha Nu Gamma)

2 March 2010: Jeff Blackwell, Caroline Cornell, Arthur Gracia, III, Ashlyn James, Erin Newman, Sarkis Peha, Rosalie Platzer, Seferina Ramirez, Leslie Tos.

California State University-Los Angeles (Eta Xi)

13 February 2010: James A. Aguilar, Amarilla Blondia, Diana Clarke, Nicolas Deantoni, David Jamison, Kelly Khalaf, Hayley Knapp, Rachel Kreisel, Elizabeth Kronbeck, Heidi Mejia, Christine Nguyen, Maricarmen Sanchez, Ana Sanchez, Luke C. J. Sargent, Karen Ter-Sarkisian, Lori Wilson.

California State University-San Marcos (Alpha Zeta Chi)

23 February 2010: Stephanie Brimson, Christine Ferber, Jessica Fernandez, William Goeltz, Brittany Loft, Timothy Mezin, Hannah Thomas.

California University of Pennsylvania (Pi Kappa)

9 December 2009: Jessica Boyle, Sean Carnathan, Justin Grimm, Victor Masciarelli, Jeremy Naccarato, Eric Peccon, Justin Piper, Jesse Qualk, Andrew Shimko, Casey Shoup, Mark Viecelli, William Zinn.

Carnegie Mellon University (Upsilon Kappa)

15 April 2010: Huma Ali, Julia Hanby, Jose F. Ormaza, Jacqueline L. Sizemore, Anand Subramanian.

Centenary College of Louisiana (Alpha Alpha Omega)

9 March 2010: Kristin Leigh DiGioia, Kelly Kathleen Dunnigan, Emily Jeanne McManus, David M. …

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