Four juniors, 32 seniors are inducted into Phi Beta Kappa
For the third year, the Delta Chapter chose to elect a limited number of juniors to the national honor society – as is standard practice among many other chapters – to establish a continuing Phi Beta Kappa presence on campus. Founded in 1776, Phi Beta Kappa is the nation’s oldest academic honor society. It has chapters at 280 colleges and universities, and more than 600,000 members.
Newly inducted Phi Beta Kappa members are:
Class of 2013
Brittany Rose Nicholls of San Jose, Calif.
Catherine Ann O’Keefe of Tuckahoe, N.Y.
Ashlynn Victoria Parker of Monkton, Md.
Eric Joseph Spioch of Westminster, Md.
Class of 2012
Matthew David Arnold of Ellicott City, Md.
Hope Erin Battista of Crofton, Md.
Matthew Joseph Berube of Honey Brook, Pa.
Melissa Marie Black of Atglen, Pa.
Joanna Clare Boccio of New York, N.Y.
Scott Aaron Camuto of Westfield, N.J.
Gregory Justin Carloss of Westminster, Md.
Anna Rose Cueto of Hagerstown, Md.
Michael Samuel Donders of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Megan Kathleen Franey of Marriottsville, Md.
Anna Riedl Galloway of Millersville, Md.
Rhaelynn Michelle Givens of Mount Vernon, Wash.
Lauren Elizabeth Hamby of Westminster, Md.
Robert Adam Herbstsomer of Finksburg, Md.
Wendy Farley Howe of Memphis, Tenn.
Marisa Diane Hrbal of Erie, Pa.
Musa Imakando of Lusaka, Zambia
Justin Kenneth Jones of Silver Spring, Md.
Jennifer Marie Kotowski of Jarrettsville, Md.
Sara Marie Krome of Union Bridge, Md.
Louis Nathaniel Lachman of Woodstock, Md.
Edward Nathaniel Lasher of Newark, Del.
Jenna Renee Little of Westminster, Md.
Megan Patricia McCole of Hanover, Pa.
Katherine Patricia Restrepo of Wyomissing, Pa.
Allison Victoria Short of Woodstock, Md.
Danielle Ashlyn Sirk of Littlestown, Pa.
Julie Christine Thommen of Carlisle, Pa.
Rachel Frances Walega of Ambler, Pa.
Leanna Elizabeth Webb of Eldersburg, Md.
Steven Vincent Wheeler of Hanover, Pa.
Nathan Paul Wuertenberg of Big Cove Tannery, Pa.