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Founded in 1776, The Phi Beta Kappa Society, the oldest and most respected undergraduate honors organization in the United States, fosters and recognizes excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. Outstanding students from all curricula are eligible for election as juniors or seniors.

(Note: Marquis Scholars, selected from among Lafayette’s most-promising applicants, receive a special financial-aid award and other important benefits.)

Members of the Class of 1999 invited to join this spring:

Karen L. Berrierhttp (mechanical engineering), Mount Laurel, N.J. (Marquis Scholar)

Jason N. Blum (philosophy and religion), Mount Laurel, N.J. (Marquis Scholar)

Isabel C. Cabarcas (psychology and Spanish), Hialeah, Fla. (Marquis Scholar)

Weng Fang Cao (chemical engineering), Westerly, R.I. (Marquis Scholar)

Megan I. Dunn (English), Lewisberry, Pa. (Marquis Scholar)

Wendy K. Erdly (government & law), Turbotville, Pa.

Shayne L. Figueroa (American Studies), Charleston, S.C.

Ileen R. Gitelson (economics & business), Pittsfield, Mass.

Evan R. Gordon (computer science), Monmouth Junction, N.J.

Christina L. Griffin (Russian & East European Studies), Randolph, N.J.

Melissa A. Harrington (behavioral neuroscience), Easton, Pa.

Stacey S. Johnson (psychology and economics & business), Scarsdale, N.Y.

Marina Kiriyeva (computer science), Brooklyn, N.Y.

Lucy W. Kuria (electrical engineering), Nairobi, Kenya

Barbara J. Lyons (A.B. in engineering), Bridgewater, N.J.

Steven T. Mathe (economics & business), Hasbrouck Heights, N.J.

Alison B. Miller (anthropology & sociology), White Plains, N.Y.

Kevin C. Murphy (government & law and English), Staten Island, N.Y.

Jeremy S. Parker (history), Washington, D.C. (Marquis Scholar)

Bradley A. Plotner (government & law), East Petersburg, Pa.

Sarah L. Proffitt (mathematics-economics), Arcadia, Calif. (Marquis Scholar)

Jennifer E. Rogers (biology), Sandy Hook, Conn.

Lauren N. Slusser (economics & business), Allentown, Pa.

Lisa B. Steirman (government & law), Westfield, N.J.

Jennifer S. Wess (psychology and Spanish), Needham, Mass.

Christine E. Wilkens (psychology and government & law), Toms River, N.J. (Marquis Scholar)

Jeffrey P. Wren (English), Severna Park, Md.

Members of the Class of 1999 invited to join last spring:

Efe B. Arkayin (mechanical engineering), Istanbul, Turkey

Eva C. Borden (mathematics and Spanish), Hawley, Pa. (Marquis Scholar)

Daniel J. Cline (biochemistry), Stockton, N.J. (Marquis Scholar)

Petya N. Ivanova (mathematics and French), Karlovo, Bulgaria

Karen M. Khatchadourian (government & law and Spanish), Norwood, N.J.

Yoek Nam Khor (electrical engineering), Penang, Malaysia

Olena O. Kramar (economics & business and international affairs), Khmelnitsky, Ukraine

Rajesh R. Nadakuditi (electrical engineering), Maharashtra, India

Edward L. Russo (economics & business), Hackensack, N.J.

Yang Teng (chemical engineering), Harbin, China

Renaldo A. Trancoso (mechanical engineering), Brooklyn, N.Y.

Dmitry V. Yakimchuk (economics & business and German), Greystone, N.Y.

Members of the Class of 2000 invited to join this spring:

Stephen E. Dorsch (chemical engineering), Baltimore, Md. (Marquis Scholar)

Jennifer L. Hansen (chemical engineering), Alburtis, Pa.

Jade B. Jaggers (biology), Boyertown, Pa.

Jessica C. Marvin (biology), Branchburg, Pa. (Marquis Scholar)

Mary Kate McCulle (biology), Havertown, Pa. (Marquis Scholar)

Peshala V. Pahalawatta (electrical engineering), Peradeniya, Sri Lanka

Stephen D. Phillips (economics & business), Berkeley Heights, N.J.

Carolyn H. Ryder (geology), Pitman, N.J. (Marquis Scholar)

Rachel E. Pilling (five-year, two-degree program in International Studies and engineering), Deer Isle, Maine (Marquis Scholar)

Teresa R. Schroeder (government & law and economics & business), Renton, Wash. (Marquis Scholar)

Perrin M. Wilson (biology), Hardwick, N.J. (Marquis Scholar)

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