Phi Alpha Theta Instates

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Phi Alpha Theta Instates


Alpha (University of Arkansas)                               [Alpha]
  25 April 2000: Marian E. Hendrickson, Steven
  Quoss, Kimberly Roll, Leslie G. Stearns.

Alpha Alpha Alpha (Biola University)               [Alpha Alpha Alpha]
  16 November 2000: Sarah M. McLaughlin.

Alpha Alpha Iota (Liberty University)               [Alpha Alpha Iota]
  31 October 2000: Mark X. Daly, Jennifer
  E. Gardner, Case), G. Golden, Brent M. Nieter, Emily M. Payne.

Alpha Beta Alpha (Randolph-Macon College)           [Alpha Beta Alpha]
  16 May 2000: Rebecca F. Joyner.

Alpha Beta Beta (Washburn University of Topeka)      [Alpha Beta Beta]
  12 November 2000: Michelle J. Herrin.

Alpha Beta Epsilon (University of Hawaii, Manoa)  [Alpha Beta Epsilon]
  5 April 2000: Jamie L. Dvorak, Christopher B.
  Johns, Gwen Y. Kushiyama, Grace Y. Lo, Bendikte Sketting,
Duchess S. Steffany, Jennifer M. Young.

Alpha Beta Gamma (University of Alaska, Anchorage)  [Alpha Beta Gamma]
  7 March 2000: Sarah M. Curtis.

Alpha Delta Beta (Saint Joseph's College)           [Alpha Delta Beta]
  28 November 2000: Blaire M. Henley, Brian J. Mathis.

Alpha Delta Mu (LaGrange College)                     [Alpha Delta Mu]
  15 November 2000: Carrie B. Cato, Deborah
  L. Jackson, Jessica L. Schmidt.

Alpha Delta Psi (McKendree College)                  [Alpha Delta Psi]
  23 October 2000: Donna J. Clayton, Gary L. Green,
  Linda A. Isbell, Malina A. Johnson, Sarah O. Mueller,
Matthew C. Sherman.

Alpha Delta Rho (University of Houston, Clear Lake)  [Alpha Delta Rho]
  15 October 2000: Thomas C. Cook, Stephen
  F. Lopez, Frances L. Sellers; 18 February 2001: Mary M. Arnold,
Joanne E. Bell, Nathan J. Collins, Diane M.
Tincher, Debra F. Cooper, Billie F. Ford, Jerry E. Hamric.

Alpha Epsilon Chi
(University of Maryland University College)        [Alpha Epsilon Chi]
  22 December 2000: Kristin A. Rickard.

Alpha Epsilon Epsilon
(East Tennessee State University)              [Alpha Epsilon Epsilon]
  17 November 2000: Jamie B. Price.

Alpha Epsilon Eta (Furman University)              [Alpha Epsilon Eta]
2 October 2000: James A. Taylor III.

Alpha Epsilon Gamma (Yale University)            [Alpha Epsilon Gamma]
  11 February 2001: Stephen Amdur, Adam Benforado, Gregory Bennett,
Ally Brundige, Michael Buchwald, Michael Buck, Geraldine Campbell,
Rebecca Carlin, Sonya Chandrasekaran, Christine Chu, Craig DeLaurier,
Ronald Desantis, Robert Doyle, Elizabeth Edmondson, Ramin Fatehi,
Marie Filotti, Christopher Fregiato, Andrew Gass, Usha-Kiran Ghia,
Angela Gi, Nina Giuliano, Andrea Goldberg, William Goldman, Kristy
Greenberg, Batsheva Greer, Ralph Haberli, Maya Hamilton, John Herrmann,
Ethel Higonnet, Grace Ho, Alex Hoffman, Faiza Issa, Nicole Itano,
Lien Johnson, Angelica Jongco, Daniel Keen, Chaeri Kim, Lauren Kinnee,
Aaron Kogan, Wai Keng Kwok, Kyle Labush, Jessica Lee, Thomas
Leineweber, Francisco Maldonado, Joshua Marks, Peter Mazza, Brian
McCarthy, John McWilliams, Kavita Menon, David Mish, Todd Moen, Michael
Murawczyk, Adam Nadborny, Steve Nam, Leslie Neeland, Brian Neff,
Barbara Niederkofler, William O'Grady, Bess Oransky, Brian Pedersen,
Lauren Perlgut, David Plattner, Margaret Rimsky, Jacob Rubin, Kimberly
Sargent, Daniel Schinnerer, Deborah Schmuhl, Dave Schuchinski, Daneil
Serviansky, Xu Hui Shen, Loren Smith, Leigh Speilberg, Rafael Trujillo,
James Waldinger, John Walker, Lisa Weinberger, Margaret Williams,
Rebecca Williams, Ashley Wisneski, Keet Meng Wong.

Alpha Eta Omicron (Seattle University)             [Alpha Eta Omicron]
  1 December 2000: Phoebe J. Bosworth.

Alpha Gamma Chi (University of Central Florida)      [Alpha Gamma Chi]
  29 October 2000: Loren A. Kinsella.

Alpha Gamma Gamma (University of Colorado)         [Alpha Gamma Gamma]
  1 November 2000: John A. Martinez.

Alpha Gamma Iota (Le Moyne College)                 [Alpha Gamma Iota]
  14 February 2001: Maria F. Reynolds. … 

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