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Forty-seven Lafayette students have been invited this spring to join The Phi Beta Kappa society, the oldest and most respected undergraduate honors organization in the United States. Founded in 1776, Phi Beta Kappa fosters and recognizes excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. Outstanding students from all curricula are eligible for election as juniors or seniors.

The new members include 28 seniors and 19 juniors. This brings to 59 the total number of Lafayette students in Phi Beta Kappa, including a dozen current seniors who were inducted as juniors last spring.

(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 2000 invited to join as seniors in Spring 2000

Huldah L. Adams (double major: psychology/music), Colonia, N.J. (Marquis Scholar)

Jennifer M. Au (mathematics), Pittsburgh, Pa.

George Beres (five-year, two-degree program, B.S. in chemical engineering/A.B. International Studies), Queensbury, N.Y. (Marquis Scholar)

Kathleen T. Boyer (mathematics), Catasauqua, Pa.

Julie L. Drendall (English), King of Prussia, Pa.

Anindya P. Gupta (computer science), Pune, India

Elizabeth M. Hahn (double major: International Affairs/Spanish), Hellertown, Pa.

Erin K. Hall (biology), Langhorne, Pa.

Nicole A. Herbert (double major: anthropology and sociology/art), Camp Hill, Pa.

Heather A. Kelly (biology), Coatesville, Pa.

Brian A. Macdonald (electrical engineering), Lansdale, Pa.

Cassandra L. Miller (anthropology and sociology), Southwick, Mass. (Marquis Scholar)

Karen E. Miller (double major: Spanish/International Affairs), Needham, Mass.

Dana N. Morris (psychology), Cherry Hill, N.J.

Nancy S. Nejman (biology), Meadowbrook, Pa.

Marian A. Nyako (biochemistry), Accra, Ghana

Jeffrey K. O’Neill (biology), Red Bank, N.J.

Robert M. Patterson (electrical engineering), Strasburg, Pa. (Marquis Scholar)

Arturo Pereira (two degrees: B.S. in chemical engineering/A.B. in economics and business), Caracas, Venezuela

Mandy L. Rabouin (mathematics), Piscataway, N.J.

Ian A. Rippke (electrical engineering), East Petersburg, Pa. (Marquis Scholar)

Matthew T. Sitomer (double major: psychology/American Studies), New Providence, N.J.

Jonathan D. Somma (biology), Brooklyn, N.Y.

Michele L. Spooner (biology), Maple Glen, Pa.

Jeffrey A. Stewart (history), Stratford, Conn.

Heather G. Stoltz (two degrees: B.S. in mechanical engineering/A.B. in Jewish Studies [individualized major]), Woodbridge, Conn.

Daniel M. Suffin (history), Wayne, N.J.

Andrew M. Weber (two degrees: B.S. in biology and A.B. in English), Clarks Summit, Pa. (Marquis Scholar)

Members of the Class of 2000 invited to join as juniors in Spring 1999

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)

Steven T. Mathe (double major: economics and business/government and law), Hasbrouck Heights, N.J.

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

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

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

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

Rachel E. Pilling (five-year, two-degree program: B.S. mechanical engineering/ A.B. International Studies), Deer Isle, Maine (Marquis Scholar)

Teresa R. Schroeder (double major: government and law/economics and business), Renton, Wash. (Marquis Scholar)

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

Members of the Class of 2001 invited to join as juniors in Spring 2000

Kevin L. Angelis (double major: government and law/economics and business), Davidsonville, Md.

Jason A. Cromer (computer science), Dillsburg, PA (Marquis Scholar)

Lee M. Dula (double major: International Affairs/economics and business), Hudson, Pa. (Marquis Scholar)

Scott J. Featherman (government and law), Elmira, N.Y. (Marquis Scholar)

Regina F. Galati (economics and business), McMurray, Pa.

Sarah A. Glacel (double major: Russian and East European Studies/International Affairs), Fort Hood, Texas (Marquis Scholar)

Shana M. Hennigan (economics and business), Moscow, Pa. (Marquis Scholar)

Navdeep S. Kalsi (chemical engineering), Albertsland, Denmark

Lisa A. Kendall (double major: economics and business/Spanish), Hebron, Conn.

Jessika H. Luth (double major: history/geology), Littleton, Colo. (Marquis Scholar)

Angela K. Neal (psychology), Germantown, Md.

Youlian A. Petkov (two degrees: B.A. in computer science/A.B. in economics and business), Sofia, Bulgaria

Andrew R. Platt (philosophy), West Chester, Pa. (Marquis Scholar)

Stephen G. Ryder (mechanical engineering), Pitman, N.J. (Marquis Scholar)

Amy L. Scott (psychology), Milltown, N.J. (Marquis Scholar)

Elena Y. Sidelnikova (economics and business), Moscow, Russia

Bora M. Tokyay (two degrees: B.S. in civil engineering/A.B. in international economics and commerce), Istanbul, Turkey

Shannon K. Tyburczy (double major: history/Russian and East European Studies), Nazareth, Pa.

Feiyu Wang (two degrees: B.S. in electrical engineering/A.B. in economics & business), Roseville, Minn.

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