Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Alpha Alpha (Lehigh University) AA

21 April 1998: Philip S. Adelman, Andrew William Conner, Jill Ann Kinney, Nathan Kmieciak, Sara E. Nowlin, Melissa A. Poole, Karyn Richman.

Alpha Alpha Epsilon (Kennesaw State University) AAE

5 June 1998: James C. Jirka.

Alpha Alpha Mu (University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College) AAM

18 June 1998: James A. Keillor, Elias Rodriguez, William A. Velto.

Alpha Alpha Omega (Centenary College of Louisiana) AA [Omega]

20 November 1997: Dionne M. Procell, Jonathan I. Sadler, Katherine E. Slaikeu, James Van Doren; 7 April 1998: Kyle A. Crookes, Jon E. Veen.

Alpha Alpha Omicron (Drew University) AAO

10 May 1998: Michael Manske.

Alpha Alpha Pi (Iona College) AA [Pi]

18 May 1984: James T. Carroll; 5 May 1995: J. Foy; 1 May 1998: Anthony A. Garritano.

Alpha Beta Beta (Washburn University of Topeka) ABB

9 November 1997: Teresa J. Malone, Shane A. Stremming; 19 April 1998: Wendi M. Bevitt, Randall L. Brink, Erin R. Gerber. Matthew D. Hustead, Kenneth C. Lassiter, Lawrence M. Marchant, Chris L. Schiffelbein.

Alpha Beta Delta (Western Michigan University) AB [Delta]

2 April 1998: Elaine Bradley, Ann C. Chiumino, Jamie A. Dewey, Joseph Guy, Lindsay E. Mills, Joseph S. Pellerito, David Smith, John Spendow, Elizabeth Timmerman, Daniel W. Zander.

Alpha Beta Epsilon (University of Hawai'i at Manoa) ABE

24 February 1996: Clay A. Poupart; 15 May 1998: Micah C. Aid, Julie A. Czulewicz, Erika S. Donegan, Darlene B. Dunston, Robert A. Fish, Annastasia M. Friend, Colette L. Honda, Christine A. Ichimura, Scott E. Mudd, Colin K. Sunada, Kimberly A. Tsumoto.

Alpha Beta Gamma (University of Alaska at Anchorage) AB [Gamma]

6 December 1997: Judith A. Cooper, Steven W. Elder, Gena Graham, Andrew Hund, Annaliese L. Jacobs, David Maloney, Kassi McWilliams, Angela G. Reavis, Brian Russell, Keith B. Sohler, Barbara L. Wilt; 1 March 1998: Mary Harding, Lois A. LaGarce, Sara M. Summerfield.

Alpha Beta Kappa (Washington University) ABK

24 April 1998: Amanda J. Hingst, Zevi Solomon.

Alpha Beta Tau (Keene State College) ABT

2 June 1998: Jane S. Powers.

Alpha Beta Upsilon (Lynchburg College) ABY

22 April 1998: Mary S. Dunnett.

Alpha Beta Zeta (Dickinson College) ABZ

29 April 1998: Stephen M. Caramenico, Leann J. Fawver, Stephen M. Gensemer, Debra Henneberry, Erik D. Michael, Jennifer P. Simmons, Leah A. Soibel, Michael C. Verber, Genevieve S. Ward.

Alpha Delta Omicron (California State University, Chico) ABO

9 May 1998: Norman Bateman, Glen M. Davis, Laura Dockery, Mitch Giles, Russell Hammond, Jonathan Jones, Donald R. Joughin, Julie Kuhn, Samuel T. Laird, Anthony Musante, Susan M. Nasise, John Stevens, Wade Walker, Richard Whittington, Georgette Wilbur, Martha Wilson, Melynie Withington.

Alpha Delta Phi (Christian Brothers University) AB [Phi]

4 May 1998: Artur Hadaj, Kristina L. Jenkins.

Alpha Delta Rho (University of Houston--Clear Lake) A [Delta] P

1 October 1998: Lou Ann McCool.

Alpha Epsilon Eta (Furman University) AEH

15 September 1998: Sarah Malcolm Blosser, David Lane Dothard.

Alpha Epsilon Lambda (California State University, Stanislaus) AE [Lambda]

31 May 1998: Dawn Holloway.

Alpha Epsilon Omega (St. Cloud State University) AE [Omega]

9 May 1998: Tim Bladow.

Alpha Epsilon Omicron (Brandeis University) AEO

4 May 1998: Maricruz R. Aguayo, Shari T. Askenas, Adam Z. Barbanel-Fried, Nicole B. Biguenet, Jacqueline Braun, Perry Bridger, Yehudah L. Buchweitz, Sarah S. Doob, Amos R. Esty, Michael I. Feinberg, Scott E. Friedman, Kimberly N. Gazes, Steve D. Geskos, Dana S. Gross, Lee E. Hamway, Uriel D. Heilman, Francis C. …

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