Newest Phi Beta Kappa inductees

Phi Beta Kappa recently inducted 38 students from the College of Liberal Arts. Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest honor society in the liberal arts and sciences.

  • Megan D. Adler, Public Relations and Rhetorical Advocacy
  • Jessica M. Bair, History Honors
  • Colleen W. Barrett, Comparative Literature/English
  • Kara A. Bekelya, Law and Society
  • Joseph D. Berner, Law and Society
  • Sarah E. Bube, Mass Communication
  • Sarah M. Cameron, Psychology/Law and Society
  • Lauren M. Cascio, Public Relations and Rhetorical Advocacy
  • Brianna C. Castle, Economics/Political Science
  • Elana N. Cutter, English Secondary Teaching
  • Mallory A. Deardorff, Law and Society
  • Vanessa L. DiStefano, Public Relations and Rhetorical Advocacy
  • Marsalene E. Duncan, Professional Writing
  • Andrew R. Edwards, Japanese
  • Katie R. Felix, Spanish
  • Alice T. Feslier Holmes, Political Science
  • Alexandra B. Furman, Anthropology
  • Meghan E. Grady, Public Relations and Rhetorical Advocacy
  • Olivia M. Hagedorn, History
  • Emily J. Handy, English
  • Christian T. Herring, Philosophy
  • Laura B. Kompara, Spanish
  • Stephanie Kuch, Classical Studies
  • Bhimsupa Kulthanan, History
  • Molly E. Longest, Public Relations and Rhetorical Advocacy
  • Kellye M. Longgood, Art History
  • Bradley S. Ludwig, Organizational Communication
  • Amber C. Millikan, English Secondary Teaching
  • Trinity C. Overmyer, Professional Writing
  • Rebekah G. Pastor, Communication/Human Relations
  • Daye Dawn B. Phillippo, Creative Writing
  • Claire M. Pickett, Public Relations and Rhetorical Advocacy
  • Mary R. Rackar, Anthropology
  • Melissa A. Robertson, Interdisciplinary Film/Video
  • Johnna S. Wiens, General Communication
  • Alison G. Wylam, Public Relations and Rhetorical Advocacy
  • Lindsey G. Zachman, Art History
  • Sara M. Zou, Political Science

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