Elon’s Phi Beta Kappa chapter welcomes 53 new members

Top arts and sciences students were honored at an April 16 ceremony.

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Fifty-three Elon University students were inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest and often considered the nation’s most prestigious honor society, during a dinner and ceremony on April 16. Jonathan Rosenberg, chief technologist for Skype, was the keynote speaker.

Phi Beta Kappa has established chapters at 280 colleges and universities in the United States, representing only 10 percent of the nation’s institutions of higher learning. Each year, the top 10 percent of arts and sciences graduates at these institutions are selected for membership. A new chapter at Elon University, the Eta Chapter of North Carolina, was installed on April 13, 2010.

Inducted during the April 16 ceremony were the following:
Emily Dawn Ash
Rachel Conant Banner
Daniel Martin Baquet
Sophia Elizabeth Bauers
Rebecca Robbins Berube
Melissa Leigh Bryant
Morgan Dane Cannino
James Abner Carroll
Casey-Marie Claude
Amanda Lee Coe
Grant Christian De Roo
Lauren Nicole Deaver
Katharine Elizabeth Donovan
Sara Katherine Edwards
Sabrina Doreen Fogleman
Kristin Ellen Genszler
Jessica Marie Gibian
Kelly Ann Giffear
Caitlin Anne Glosser
Cody MacKenzie Greene
Kaitlin Elizabeth Henze
Mary Katherine Hinshaw
Virginia Ann Huth
Phyllis Marie Jarrell
Rachael Elizabeth Jones
Katherine Elizabeth Kenney
Daniel Anthony Koehler
Simone Melania LaHood
Charles Edward Loeser
Kaitlyn Leigh Maier
Katherine Dorothy McCaughey
Kelly Madison McNamara
Emily McMillen Mooney
David Jonathan Muñoz
Katelyn Elise O’Dunne
Jonathan Marshall Ordog
Zachary Andrew Power
Kathleen Elizabeth Price
Alison Brown Schiffli
Brett James Schuchardt
Lauren Ann Segerdahl
Marissa Rose Semon
Kathryn Hagan Seringer
Lora Leigh Sigmon
Katherine Grady Spruill
Lauren Wood Stranahan
Jensen Thomas Suther
Freda Lauren Thompson
Courtney Elise Whalen
Danielle Nicole Whitman
Jeffrey Daniel Wojewoda
Meghan Elizabeth Zapiec
Kelly Christine Zug

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