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Sixty-nine 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 35 seniors and 34 juniors. They will be recognized along with more than 100 students receiving academic awards and prizes at the annual All-College Honors Convocation April 17.

This brings to 96 the total number of current Lafayette students in Phi Beta Kappa, including 27 seniors who were invited to join as juniors last spring

Members of the Class of 2005 invited to join as seniors this spring

Timothy J. Byrnes ’05 (biology)
West Chester, Pa.

Elizabeth K. Cassidy ’05 (government and law/geology)
Norwalk, Conn.

Jeffrey R. Crowe ’05 (chemical engineering)
Norwalk, Conn.

Ingrid L. DeVries ’05 (biochemistry)
Hopewell Junction, N.Y.

Andrea S. Dietz ’05 (international affairs/Spanish)
Scituate, Mass.

Peter M. Gagliano ’05 (economics and business)
Flushing, N.Y.

Emily E. Gould ’05 (international affairs/French)
Northport, N.Y.

Michael A. Greenfield ’05 (economics and business)
Needham, Mass.

Emily W. Groves ’05 (English)
Madison, N.J.

Matthew J. Haddad ’05 (government and law)
Leonardo, N.J.

Logan M. Hickey ’05 (American studies)
New York, N.Y.

Meghan E. Jackson ’05 (French/philosophy)
Tokyo, Japan

Meredith L. Jeffers ’05 (English)
Latham, N.Y.

Nina M. Kane ’05 (anthropology and sociology)
Upper Black Eddy, Pa.

Jessica L. Lenza ’05 (religious studies/music)
Hackettstown, N.J.

Amalie Lomartire ’05 (biology/Spanish)
Highland Park, Ill.

Karen L. Mandel ’05 (psychology/women’s studies)
Irvington, N.Y.

Andrew R. McCarthy ’05 (international affairs/economics and business)
Marysville, Ohio

Jenny D. Moerschbacher ’05 (A.B. engineering)
Selinsgrove, Pa.

Chrystie L. Neidhardt ’05 (government and law/English)
Whippany, N.J.

Daysi C. Pereira ’05 (Spanish)
West New York, N.J.

Michelle D. Railsback ’05 (anthropology and sociology)
Harvard, Mass.

Brendan M. Rivage-Seul ’05 (international affairs/Spanish)
Berea, Ky.

Suzanne M. Ryder ’05 (English)
Pitman, N.J.

Shreedhar Sasikumar ’05 (economics and business/international affairs)
Trivandrum, Kerala, India

Steven R. Schrum ’05 (history)
Flanders, N.J.

Maura E. Scolere ’05 (biochemistry)
Clarks Summit, Pa.

Dhiraj Sharma ’05 (economics and business/mathematics)
Hetauda, Nepal

Stephanie M. Shelton ’05 (international affairs)
Sharon, Mass.

Alexis F. Siemons ’05 (communications and culture)
Moorestown, N.J.

John C. Stephenson ’05 (government and law)
Kintnersville, Pa.

Michele L. Toplitz ’05 (Spanish/anthropology and sociology)
Wyckoff, N.J.

Mark C. Torres ’05 (economics and business/international affairs)
Schiphol, Netherlands

Gozde Ulas ’05 (B.S. biochemistry/A.B. French)
Nicosia, Cyprus

Barbara L. Woodfin ’05 (English/French)
Mendon, Mass.

Members of the Class of 2005 invited to join as juniors last spring

William H. Bishop ’05 (economics and business/government and law)
Blue Bell, Pa.

Amanda H. Bochner ’05 (international economics and commerce/Spanish)
Westwood, N.J.

Susan P. Bothwell ’05 (neuroscience)
Warminster, Pa.

Michael J. Bruno ’05 (economics and business/English)
Massapequa Park, N.Y.

Megan J. Coyer ’05 (neuroscience)
Slippery Rock, Pa.

LeAnn M. Dourte ’05 (mechanical engineering)
Lebanon, Pa.

Josie A. Dykstra ’05 (English/government and law)
Doylestown, Pa.

Hart N. Feuer ’05 (economics and business/German)
Portland, Ore.

Emily L. Fogelberg ’05 (economics and business/history)
Plymouth, Minn.

Brian Geraghty ’05 (history/religious studies)
Hanover, N.H.

Amy R. Goldstein ’05 (neuroscience)
Latham, N.Y.

Veronica Hart ’05 (economics and business/Spanish)
Sewanee, Tenn.

Matthew R. Hontz ’05 (mechanical engineering)
Bethlehem, Pa.

Eric J. Imhof ’05 (Spanish)
Palmyra, Pa.

Ekaterina A. Jager ’05 (B.S. electrical and computer engineering/A.B. mathematics-economics)
Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Erin M. Kenning ’05 (neuroscience)
Gulph Mills, Pa. (Marquis Scholar)

Usman S. Khan ’05 (B.S. electrical and computer engineering/A.B. mathematics-economics)
Karachi, Pakistan

Nicole M. Kozyra ’05 (art/English)
Marlton, N.J.

Lucas J. Landherr ’05 (chemical engineering)
Preston, Conn.

Christina E. Morgan ’05 (history and government & law/public health)
Flemington, N.J.

Laura C. Roberts ’05 (English/French)
Cornelius, N.C.

Blerta Shtylla ’05 (mathematics)
Tirana, Albania

Christine M. Steenman ’05 (history and government & law)
Mendham, N.J.

Inku Subedi ’05 (anthropology and sociology/psychology)
Ghorahi, Nepal

Meghan L. Sweeney ’05 (neuroscience)
Yardley, Pa.

Benton M. Wilmoth ’05 (government and law/international affairs)
Marysville, Ohio

Katharine C. Wolchik ’05 (B.S. mathematics/A.B. economics and business)
Randolph, N.J.

Members of the Class of 2006 invited to join as juniors this spring

Lauren B. Adinolfi ’06 (chemical engineering)
Hopewell Junction, N.J.

Andrew S. Baker ’06 (B.S. civil engineering/A.B. international studies)
Seattle, Wash.

Kari R. Barkley ’06 (mathematics)
Millstone, N.J.

Brandon M. Benjamin ’06 (government and law/economics and business)
Towanda, Pa.

Benjamin M. Berlow ’06 (psychology)
Palmerton, Pa.

Jason P. Blose ’06 (history)
Walnutport, Pa.

Jenna L. Bratz ’06 (mathematics)
Springfield, Pa.

Alisandra B. Carnevale ’06 (history)
Princeton, N.J.

Jacob M. Carson ’06 (mathematics)
New Richmond, Ohio

Teresa J. Cridge ’06 (biology/government and law)
Newtown, Pa.

Basar Eraksoy ’06 (mathematics-economics/international affairs)
Istanbul, Turkey

Laura E. Hagopian ’06 (chemistry)
Chelmsford, Mass.

Gregory A. Herchenroether ’06 (English/art)
Pittsburgh, Pa.

Judith A. Hirx ’06 (government and law/economics and business)
Milford, Mass.

Lauren E. Hugel ’06 (government and law/anthropology and sociology)
Bloomfield Hills, Mich.

Maureen E. Jackson ’06 (mathematics)

Tokyo, Japan

Sara T. Jay ’06 (history)
Oceanside, N.Y.

Richard C. Lear ’06 (French/government and law)
Stroudsburg, Pa.

Elizabeth J. Lilley ’06 (psychology)
Westwood, N.J.

Mark J. Lodato ’06 (electrical and computer engineering)
Hamilton, N.J.

Marianna R. Macri ’06 (English)
Malvern, Pa.

Jessica L. Memoli ’06 (psychology)
Port Washington, N.Y.

Jeffrey D. Mentzer ’06 (electrical and computer engineering)
Lebanon, Pa.

Erica L. Morabito ’06 (mathematics-economics)
Yorktown Heights, N.Y.

Marta Murczek ’06 (international affairs)
Reading, Pa.

Brendan A. O’Regan ’06 (government and law)
Ringwood, N.J.

Joshua R. Porter ’06 (electrical and computer engineering)
Pittstown, N.J.

Jesslyn S. Roebuck ’06 (English/international affairs)
Montgomery, N.Y.

Matthew J. Root ’06 (chemical engineering)
Benton, Pa.

Daniela V. Simova ’06 (B.S. biology/A.B. economics and business)
Sofia, Bulgaria

Brandon C. Stiles ’06 (economics and business)
Manchester, N.J.

Hannah H. Tuson ’06 (biochemistry)
Yorktown Heights, N.Y.

Sandamali P. Wijeratne ’06 (international affairs/English)
Mount Lavinia, Sri Lanka

Jessica H. Zafonte ’06 (biology)

Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

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