Phi Sigma Iota-Modern Languages - Carnegie Mellon University

Phi Sigma Iota

Each spring, the Department of Modern Languages recognizes outstanding academic performance by nominating graduate students and Modern Languages majors and minors in junior or senior standing to the international foreign language honor society Phi Sigma Iota (Epsilon Epsilon chapter).

The 2017 CMU Phi Sigma Iota inductees:

Haili Adams
Major: Biological Sciences
Minor: Hispanic Studies

Luis Arreaga
Majors: Economics and Hispanic Studies

Lilah Buchanan
Major: Psychology
Minor: Hispanic Studies

Christina Cabana
Majors: Chemistry and Biochemistry
Minor: Hispanic Studies

Lillian Cho
Major: Business Administration
Minor: Chinese Studies

Allison Drazba
Majors: Psychology and Chinese Studies

John Fagan
Major: Business Administration
Minor: Hispanic Studies

Andy Jiang
Major: Materials Science & Engineering
Minor: German Studies

Emily Joyce
Majors: International Relations and Politics; Hispanic Studies

Grace Lazos
Major: Music
Minor: German Studies

Do Yeon Lee
Majors: Business Administration and Chinese Studies

Tiffany Lee
Major: Business Administration
Minor: Chinese Studies

Jennifer Lott
Major: Chemical Engineering
Minor: French & Francophone Studies

David Matvey
Major: International Relations and Politics
Minor: French & Francophone Studies

Alexandra Moy
Major: Materials Science & Engineering
Minors: Biomedical Engineering and Hispanic Studies

Emily Newton
Major: Business Administration
Minor: Hispanic Studies

Colin Tait
Major: Ethics, History, & Public Policy and Music Performance (EHPPMP)
Minor: Arabic Studies

Vivian Wang
Major: International Relations and Politics
Minor: Chinese Studies

Tiffany Ye
Major: Economics & Statistics
Minors: Business Administration and Chinese Studies

Alexander Yu
Majors: Business Administration and Statistics
Minor: French & Francophone Studies

Undergraduate Students

Phi Sigma Iota honors junior and senior undergraduate students of foreign languages who
  • have at least a B average in their entire college work and all foreign-language courses
  • have completed at least one course at the third-year level

Graduate Students

Phi Sigma Iota honors graduate students of foreign languages who
  • have completed at least one semester of graduate work
  • have at least a B-plus average in all courses taken
  • have attained a high degree of competence in at least one foreign language
For more information, please contact Sue Connelly, or view the Phi Sigma Iota website.Save