Phi Beta Kappa adds new members
The following UND seniors were initiated into the Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society on Dec. 3 in the East Asian Room of the Chester Fritz Library. Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest honor society in the country and a leading advocate for excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. Invitation to membership in Phi Beta Kappa is a reflection of outstanding achievement by students pursuing degrees in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Kellen J. Albrecht (Biology) – Hallock, Minn.
Kristine Black (IDS) – Rugby, N.D.
Amber J. Boll (Geography) – Ottertail, Minn.
Brita Rae Bostad (English) – Grand Forks
Jessica Lane Burkholder (Biology) – Grand Forks
Brett Cameron (Biology) – Winnipeg
Christina Nicole Conneran (Psychology, Biology) – Grand Forks
Shannon East (Biology) – Rapid City, S.D.
Evan John Halbach (History) – Devils Lake
Jonathan William Heimler (Biology) – Menomonie, Wis.
Beatrice Jane Hill (English) – West Fargo
Becky Jo Horne Dunn (Chemistry) – Littlefork, Minn.
Mark G. Hovland (Biology) – Bismarck
Brooke Jacalyn Kubat (Biology, Honors, International Studies) – Grand Forks
Amanda Lyn Lauinger (Biology, Honors) – Jamestown
Sarah Lawler (English, Honors) – Linton, N.D.
Karissa J. Lindseth (Communication Sciences Disorders) – Page, N.D.
Cody L. Oss (Music, Computer Science) – Grand Forks
Santana Rose Royer (Criminal Justice) – Crosby, N.D.
Christine E. Sorenson (Communication Sciences Disorders) – Bismarck
Barbara A. Trautman (Criminal Justice) – Jamestown
Rochelle Nishika Wickramasekara (Biology) – Grand Forks
-- Gerri Dunnigan, secretary/treasurer, Phi Beta Kappa.