Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Abiline Christian University (Zeta Beta)

18 October 2011: Melissa Anderson, Tyler Burton, Michelle Cornell, Mackenzie North, Lacy E. Rountree.

Agnes Scott College (Alpha Theta Psi)

10 November 2011: Kathryn Dean, Sara Home, Meghan Joyce, Shauntia Lovett, Jenessa McElfresh, Anna Williams, Dieyi Xiao.

Angelo State University (Xi Zeta)

4 November 2011: Charles W. Bowen, II, Sarah W. Elliott, Meghan J. Harp, Candace G. Meares, Daniel Peterson, Morrissey G. Pickles, Amanda L. Ramon, Carolyn Dawn Simon, Cory M. Stevens, Ashley Wingert.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi)

26 October 2011: Ian T. Alexander, Alexander Michael Baldy, Korey Wayne Buelin, Christopher Benjamin Cole, Kimberly Lauren Collier, Stephen Michael Deck, Ashton Dillard, James C. Dobbins, Taulby Hawthorne Edmondson, Emily Elizabeth Edwards, Harrison Martin Fletcher, Christopher Tyler Grimmett, Elissa Renee Happel, Caleb Joseph William Hill, Katherine Prentice Horine, Haley Nicole Kearns, Kelly Ann Kitson, Mary Lynne Krekelberg, David Andrew Lassiter, Christopher Beau Lockard, Ryan Alexander Love, Kevin Robert McConnell, Victoria Faith Parnell, Caitlin Rose Patton, Samantha Gayle Plocica, William Evans Price, Ashley Nicole Rector, Carrie Elizabeth Simms, L. Christopher Smithey, Morgan Victoria Southern, Abigail Renae Starnes, Caitlin Marie Troutman, Michael J. Turner, Nick Waldrop, Alexandra Catherine Wallace, Michelle Kristine Waters, Emily L. Welker, Celia Elizabeth Whitley.

Arizona State University (Iota Gamma)

4 October 2011: Tina Kempken, Rachel Manley, Chelsea Rosalyn Rubin, Michelle Ann Savage, Brianna Theobald.

Arkansas State University (Eta Chi)

16 November 2011: Jamie Fleming, John Franks, Jeremy Dean Quador.

Armstrong Atlantic State University (Sigma Theta)

2 December 2011: Emily E. Beck, Margo D. Blewett, Jessica A. Busby, Kristen V. Campbell, Oscar Crosby, Melissa C. Gibbs, Anna Kay Gibson, Jason T. Hewitt, Larrysha D. Jones, William W. McLaughlin, Anna K. Reiter, Laura L. Waller.

Asbury University (Phi Sigma)

24 October 2011" Catherine Susan Barnes, Jeanette M. Brown, Joshua E. Bynum, Andrew Payne Clarke, Lisa S. Darrough, Briana Richardson, Kelsey Lynn Robinson, Ruth Lydia Slagle, Katelyn Rose Wilson, Tyler Malachi Zweifel.

Ashland University (Omicron Zeta)

2 November 2011: Ariel L. Bissell, Joseph K. Griffith, II, Emily A. Jeppesen, Johanna Mateo, Thamirys Mendes-Lunardi, Brennan J. Ney, Kristine Mary Novicki, Tyler E. Owens, Lindsey Michelle Richey, Halley E. Suit, Erin C. Sutter, Robert B. Woodward, Marc Lee Zimmerman.

Auburn Univ-Montgomery (Chi Psi)

4 November 2011: Faye Brooks, Elizabeth Elder, Jennifer Kellum, Graydon Rust, Julie M. Wojszynski.

Augustana College-Illinois (Alpha Pi)

7 October 2011: Michael Shaun Rogers.

Austin Peay State University (Theta Delta)

8 December 2011: Elaine E. Berg, Lori E. Buchanan, Maria Calia, Christina Chester-Fangman, Robert Shaffer Disney, John William Evangelist, Scott J. Fliss, Gina J. Garber, Becky J. Lambert, John M. McFarland, Brian P. Moore, Jonell C. Nicholson, Joe Pitts, Chelsea N. Savage, Pamela Taylor, Kelly Wilkerson.

Baylor University (Tau Beta)

3 December 2011: Jennifer Browder, Courtney Catt, Hannah Haney, Mandy King, Millicent Lierman, Jacquelyn Martin, William Presley, Elizabeth Reynolds, Matthew Snyder, Michelle Velius, Jonathan Von Speecken, Michael Yope.

Belmont University (Xi Alpha)

19 October 2011: Mary Lyn Albritton, Amanda Buckner, Zeke W. Cain, Matthew S. Craft, Steve Gallo, Christopher Earl Goodwin, Abigail L. Henry, Kyle L. Moyer, Seth R. Ross-Granda, Sydney Houser Smith, David Suell.

Berry College (Omicron Epsilon)

20 October 2011: Haley M. Fortune, Erin E. King.

Biola University (Alpha Alpha Alpha)

3 November 2011: Melanie R. …

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