Carnegie Mellon University
May 26, 2015

Students Inducted Into Phi Beta Kappa

By Shilo ReaStudents Inducted Into Phi Beta Kappa

Twenty-three Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences students were inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Society during commencement weekend.

Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest honor society for the liberal arts and sciences. Invitation to become a member signals outstanding academic achievement in the humanities, the social sciences and the natural sciences. Although membership is restricted to students at the 283 American colleges and universities with a Phi Beta Kappa chapter, there are currently more than half a million members worldwide.

Spring 2015 Dietrich College and Affiliated Students Initiated Into Phi Beta Kappa:

Raphael Astrow, Information Systems
Halley Bayer, Psychology
Marisa Breitfeller, English
Charles Burlingham, BHA in Cognitive Neuroscience and Art
Christophe Combemale, Philosophy
Rosalyn Denton, BHA in Japanese Studies and Art
Hannah Evans, History
Natalie Giannangeli, History
Alexa Goetz, BSA in Biological Sciences and Music Performance
Braden Kelner, English
Leslie Kim, Psychology
Won Seong Kim, Information Systems
Stanley Krasner, Economics
Emma Livne, History
Bridget McCoy, BHA in Hispanic Studies and Music Performance
Danielle McKinney, Economics
Michael Mingo, English
Laura Paik, BHA in English and Art
Jessica Phoa, History
Chanamon Ratanalert, Information Systems
Katherine Thomas, English
Samantha Ward, BHA in Professional Writing and Art
Quan Zhou, Statistics

View photos from the initiation ceremony.