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New Members of Phi Beta Kappa To Be Inducted

Publication Date: 4/25/2011

 

 

The Rhodes College Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa (Gamma of Tennessee) is pleased to announce that the following students from the class of 2011 have been invited to join the Society as Members-in-Course.

 

Victoria Adcock, Greek and Roman Studies and Theatre
Joshua Anderson, Biology
Sarah Allen, Neuroscience
Catherine Appleton, Economics and Mathematics
Nicole Baker, Music
Noah Black, English
John Bryant, English
Brent Butgereit, Economics
Hunter Chandler, Economics and Business
Christopher Dorsett, Neuroscience
Tiffany France, Religious Studies
Katelyn Foster, Biology
Kimberly Harn, History
William Hunt, English
Kathryn Johnson, English
Aya Kato, Chemistry
Caroline Lee, Chemistry
Brennan Lowery, International Studies
Christine Lu, Economics and Business
Matt McCulloch, Neuroscience
Erinn Ogburn, Music
Allison Price, Biology
Michael Pluta, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Sarah Rogers, Greek and Roman Studies and Economics
Jacob Smith, Art
Sarah Smith, International Studies
Charles Tyler Turner, Music
Dev Varma, English
Meghan Wilcox, Art
Daniel Williford, French and History

The following six other members of the class of 2012 accepted membership during their junior year: 
Shelby Long, International Studies
Andrew C. Miller, English
Morgan Rote, Economics and International Studies
Emily Sellers, International Studies and Political Science
Alexander Tong, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
James Evan Tyler, Neuroscience

The chapter is also pleased to announce the invitation to Membership-in-Course of the following members of the class of 2012:
Colin Antaya, Philosophy
Michelle Currie, Greek and Roman Studies
Regan Humphrey, Psychology
Stephanie Milazzo, Music

Election to Membership-in-Course in Phi Beta Kappa is based upon a record of excellence in the study of liberal subjects.  Rhodes has had a Phi Beta Kappa chapter since 1949. The chapter congratulates all the members-elect for their exceptional academic accomplishments.

New members of Phi Beta Kappa will be inducted in a ceremony that will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, May 13 (the day of the baccalaureate ceremony), in the Blount Auditorium of Buckman Hall. 

The annual luncheon will follow the induction ceremony at approximately 12:15 p.m. in the Rollow Dining Hall of the Burrow Refectory.

Members of the Rhodes College community are invited to attend both of these events.  Those wishing to make luncheon reservations should contact Dr. Susan Satterfield (satterfields@rhodes.edu, Department of Greek and Roman Studies) for details.

Tags: Campus Life, Honors, Students

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