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UC Students Elected into Phi Beta Kappa

McMicken College of Arts and Sciences and Carl H. Lindner College of Business inducted 66 students between the two colleges.

Date: 4/24/2014 12:00:00 AM
By: Robert Pasquinucci

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UC’s McMicken College of Arts and Sciences and Carl H. Lindner College of Business recently recognized 66 students for their acceptance into Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest honorary society. 

Phi Beta Kappa was founded in 1776 and recognizes extraordinary achievement in the liberal arts and sciences. The honor is reserved only for the most superior students who have achieved 3.9 GPAs. Phi Beta Kappa has more than half a million members and chapters at 283 American colleges and universities. 

The list of students comprises qualifying students in the top 10 percent of December and April graduates, plus the top qualifying juniors. 

Amanda Hatch, Toledo, Ohio, Anthropology & German Studies
Amanda Collins, Columbus, Ohio, International Affairs
Angela Galli, Edgewood, Ky., Chemistry & Spanish
Ankita Sharma, Loveland, Ohio, Biology
Avni Amratia, Sidney, Ohio, Biology
Catherine Schneider, Union, Ky., Psychology
Chelsea Iles, Fayatteville, Ohio, Neuroscience Biology  
Christopher Schmahl, Loveland, Ohio, Political Science
Daniel Macovei, Cincinnati, Physics
David Eichert, Cincinnati, History
Elizabeth Bosken, Cincinnati, German Studies
Emily Blatz, Cincinnati, Ohio, Biology
Emily Macintyre, Muncie, Ind., Journalism
Emma Mack, Cincinnati, Chemistry (ACS)
Heather Nester, Lima, Ohio, Communication & Psychology
Jillian Leedy, Cincinnati, English (Rhetoric and Professional Writing)
Jonathan Burkhart, Lexington, Ky., Political Science
Kara Bailey, Williamsburg, Ohio, Africana Studies & Anthropology 
Katelyn Marples, Fairfield, Ohio, Psychology
Kathryn Berling, Cincinnati, Communication & Journalism
Kristine Bauer-Nilsen, Cincinnati, Biology
Kunal Karani, Dayton, Ohio, Philosophy
Malvika Sharma, Loveland, Ohio, Biochemistry
Mary Odafe, Lorain, Ohio, Psychology
Matthew Woodruff, Findlay, Ohio, History
Matthew Bova, Kettering, Ohio, Mathematical Sciences & Economics
Megan Stephenson, Medina, Ohio, Arabic Language and Culture & Psychology 
Melissa Schirmer, Centerville, Ohio, English (Rhetoric and Professional Writing)
Michael Moriarty, Canton, Ohio, Communication & Organizational Leadership
Michelle Martinez, Cincinnati, Classics
Nicholas Seay, Toledo, Ohio, History
Nitya Sreevalsan, West Chester, Ohio, Neuropsychology
Olivia Donnelly, Cincinnati, Communication
Rachael Rose, Chardon, Ohio, Communication
Rachel Meeks, Burlington, Ky., Judaic Studies
Sarah Jernigan, Fairfield, Ohio, Communication
Sarah-Louise Dawtry, Cincinnati, History
Spencer Fogelman, Milford, Ohio, Chemistry
Timothy Broening, Milford, Ohio, Political Science & Economics
Toral Vaidya, Mansfield, Ohio, Biology
Veronica Flowers, Cincinnati, Environmental Science
Zachary King, Louisville, KY, Mathematics & Physics
Malynda Messer, Miamisburg, Ohio, Biology
Alexander Nurre, Cincinnati, Chemistry
Nicholas Brehm, Middletown, Ohio, Psychology
Courtney Danser, Twinsburg, Ohio, Communication & Journalism
Bradley DePaoli, Cincinnati, Biology
Carrie Ertel, Cincinnati, Political Science
Rachel Fender, West Chester, Ohio, Psychology
Andrew Frankart, Mason, Ohio, Biology
Jaymee Heineke, West Chester, Ohio, Sociology & Psychology
Nicholas Herrmann, Cincinnati, Biology
Ellen Gruber, Minster, Ohio, Philosophy & Political Science 
Shelby Jones, Maderia, Ohio, Economics
Jefferson Kisor, Lawrenceburg, Ind., Philosophy
Destiny Miller, Dublin, Ohio, Biology
McKenzie Roedig, Florence, Ky., Psychology
Daniel Ruter, Cincinnati, Biology
Alexis Shull, Cincinnati, English
Peter Stiver, Cincinnati, International Affairs & Political Science
Stephanie Vanyo, Strongsville, Ohio, Psychology & German Studies
Lindsay Webb, Cincinnati, Biochemistry
Jill Wolf, Mason, Ohio, International Affairs
Yasmin Chilton, Springfield, Ohio, Communication
Amy Felix, Cincinnati, Psychology
Sri Rajamouli, Mason, Ohio, Biology

An initiation ceremony was held for these students on April 10. Several Phi Beta Kappa scholarships were also awarded at that event. 

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