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KU chapter of Phi Kappa Phi inducts new members

Fri, 03/22/2019

LAWRENCE — More than 140 University of Kansas students were initiated into the KU chapter of the honor society of Phi Kappa Phi at the end of the fall 2018 semester. Phi Kappa Phi is the nation’s oldest and most selective honor society for students from all academic disciplines. Membership is by invitation only to the top 10 percent of seniors and graduate students and the top 7.5 percent of juniors.

“We are proud to announce this year’s PKP initiates,” said Professor Bryan Young, director of the University Honors Program. “These students have demonstrated a clear commitment to the love of learning through their academic achievements. I congratulate each on their accomplishments and look forward to the contributions they will make to society.”

New initiates into Phi Kappa Phi:

School of Architecture & Design

Dylan Brockhaus

Webster Johnson

Morgan Kottas

Kristen Phillips

Melissa Smith

Megan Nicole Strayer

School of Business

Scott Albaum

Hannah Bachmuth

Joshua Berg

Larry Ryan Burke

Connor Christians

Sydney Dahlgren

Corey Goodburn

Abbey Greenberg

Ashlee Hilding

Monica Jeong

Caleb Matthew Johnson

Alisha Meredith Rivas

Emily Elizabeth Sattem

Maxwell Schanker

Samuel Shanks

Jonathan Sinclair

Luke Patrick Zenger

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, including School of the Arts and School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures

Sarah Alden

Elsa Bernauer

Nolan Brey

Victoria Carpenter

Jaya Chakka

Grant Daugherty

Emily Elder

Grant Elias

Kara Samantha Fort

Pierce Giffin

Emme Gilchrist

Sergej Grunevski

Michael Guarino

Bhavna Gupta

Jamie Lynn Hawley

Adriana Herdoiza

Angel Hiatt

Emily Hosford

Madisen Huscher

Shahryar Jafri

Margo Johnson

John Marley Johnston

Brandon Jones

Margaret Kilday

Elise Klaske

Emily Abigail Kuhlmann

Grace Lamar

Danica Larkey

Laura M. Lau

Elizabeth F. Liu

Gabrielle Marchetto

Sofia Mildrum Chana

Stanley Morantz

Ashley Marie Morris

Blessing Opara

John Pace

Samiyah Para-Cremer

Jonah Pester

Grace Price

Hally Allena Ricklefs

Gabrielle Rosenwald

John Rosher

Tyler Joel Ross

Mikayla Schmitz

Heather Schneider

Mary Kate Shellworth

Emily Smith

Kylie Smith

Savanna Faith Smith

Andrea Sodergren

Lauren Spalding

Caroline St. Peter

Troy Stickelman

Logan Woodyard Stuart

Carrie Sutherland

Haley Leeann Wagner

Catalina Wedman

Ganesha Wijetunga

Geneva Wood

Heting Zhu

School of Education

Sara Cerullo

Tracey Funk

Heather Grayson

Elizabeth Hardesty

Alexis Kahnt

Samantha Lavin

Janie Sparks

Emily Christine Stevens

Sydney Ward

School of Engineering

Zachary Atkins

Alireza Bahadori

Derek Barnes

Mohammad Bazzaz

Aishwarya Bhatnagar

Young In Chang

Robert Collins

Matthew Eagle

Lance Frazer

Samantha Friess

Caleb Grabill

Andrea Guidry

Kerry Kao

Jae Hwan Kim

Natalie Louise LaLuzerne

Seth Michael Law

Matt McDonell

Elise McEllhiney

William Ryan Pope

Jason Savage

Punyaanek Srisurin

Robert Matthew Tenny

Tanya Walkenbach

Zachary James Wiens

School of Health Professions

Morgan Davis

Linda Sam Jonah

Mary-Kate Shelton

Darick Stalnaker

School of Journalism & Mass Communications

Catherine Bernard

Devan Kathleen Burris

Sydney Kampschroeder

Lauren Lanz

Brianna Mears

Annika Olson

Harrison Michael Rosenthal

Katie Scott

School of Law

Mackenzie Lawrence

Nicholas Slovikoski

Mackenzie Yaw

School of Music

Julia Lindsay Davis

Sabrina Jacobs

Katherine Schau

Megan Elizabeth Schulte

School of Nursing

Taylor Nicole Robertson

Claire Sanner

School of Pharmacy

Timothy Borel II

Amanda Enyart

Shelby Jordan Go

Emily Marshall

Matie Meeks

Since Phi Kappa Phi’s founding in 1897, more than 1 million members have been initiated and more than 100,000 members maintain their active status in the society. Phi Kappa Phi offers them numerous benefits as dues-paying members including access to $1.4 million in awards and grants each biennium. At KU, graduating seniors are eligible to apply for the chapter’s James Blackiston Memorial Graduate Fellowship, a $1,500 award to help them in their first year of graduate study. Recipients of the Blackiston Fellowship are automatically nominated for additional national fellowship opportunities through Phi Kappa Phi.

 



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