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Phi Kappa Phi initiates recognized for scholarly distinction


7/6/2005


CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — For superior scholarship, 117 junior, senior and graduate students at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign have been elected to the Phi Kappa Phi honor society for the spring 2005 semester.

A University of Illinois faculty member elected into the honorary society recognizing scholarly distinction was Kathleen Conlin, dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts.

The students include (EDITORS: See list.).

Phi Kappa Phi honors outstanding scholarship in all academic areas. Founded in 1897 at the University of Maine, the honor society has chapters at 275 colleges and universities. The chapter at Illinois was established in 1933.


PHI KAPPA PHI SPRING 2005 INITIATES


ARLINGTON HEIGHTS – Donna L. Loeppert, Kathleen L. Yester

BARRINGTON – Laura K. Kraft

BELLFLOWER – Scott D.W. Gercken

BLACKSTONE – Molly E. Sullivan

BLOOMINGTON – Mary A. Adekoya, Scott D. Ramsey

BROOKFIELD – Richard R. Galen

BUFFALO GROVE – Rachel M. Frank, Daniel A. Heinrich, Shelley R. Klass, Joshua W. Newman, Erica J. Stockman, Brandon J. Tefft

CARLOCK – Elizabeth W. Uhe

CHAMPAIGN – Amr Ahmed, Janet D. Carter–Black, Nicholas D. Cassavaugh, Mike Chen, Nicholas M. Hagen, Gulzar A. Kathawala, Eun Myung G. Kim, KaWai Kwok, Lu–Chun Lin, Joyce C. Mast, Andrew G. McCormick, David Psenicka, Yuchuan Tang, Laura J. Taylor, Brent A. Weinberg, Alicia M. Zeilenga

CHARLESTON – Elizabeth A. Moncada

CHICAGO – (52) Maria Papadopoulos, (31) Kristy A. Peters, (43) Kathryn V. Siegel, (43) Nicole R. Sorell, (23) Sofra Torres, (20) Christopher E. Vaughn, (16) Kevin Zhou

CISSNA PARK – Daniel C. Rudin

CLINTON – Brienne K. Filkin

DEERFIELD – Emily M. Berger, Colleen E. Jackson

DOWNERS GROVE – Jonathan C. Hansen

DUNLAP – Paul G. Holze

ELMHURST – Katelyn R. Letizia, Laura J. Purdue

FAIRFIELD – Katherine G. Legge

GENESEO – Laura R. Rowe, Emily Rowlands

GLEN ELLYN – Rebecca A. Rosenwinkel

JACKSONVILLE – Nathan M. Vanhoudnos

KIRKLAND – Shaun A. Roach

LAKE VILLA – Crystal G. Pauley

LITCHFIELD – Emily A. Smith

LOCKPORT – Bryan A. Yocom

LONG GROVE – Lauren M. Rust

MAPLE PARK – Molly M. Hopkins

MCNABB – Kay E. Boyle

MOKENA – Niraj A. Gandhi

MONTICELLO – Nicholas Kammer

MORRIS – John Linick

MUNDELEIN – Julie M. Silverberg, Bree H. Zimmerman

NAPERVILLE – Andrea B. Collins, Emily R. Gutshall, Patrick O'Hara

NEWTON – Miranda J. Story

NILES – Laura Seske

NORTH BARRINGTON – Emily L. Sylwestrak

NORTHBROOK – Benjamin L. Settler

OAKWOOD HILLS – Jennifer A. Frisch

ORLAND PARK – Debra A. Evans

OTTAWA – Jennifer Myers, Shannon K. Pike

PALATINE – Drew A. Alm, Julie London, Robert E. Tsai, Yanli Zheng

PAXTON – Ryan T. Reber

PEORIA – Erin S. Leighty

PERU – Amy L. Janko

PHILO – Christian R. Reed

PRINCEVILLE – Melissa L. Crews

RANTOUL – William R. Tucker

SAVOY – Christina M. Murphy

ST. JOSEPH – David H. Zimmermann

SYCAMORE – Benjamin J. Kluga

URBANA – Sabra M. Abbott, John J. Anderson, Christobel Asiedu, Julian M.W. Chan, Tiegang Fang, Beverly J. Ho, Stephanie A. Painter, Deepak Ramachandran, Ajay S. Singh, Toan Shing Tenia Shen, Shreyas Sundaram, Justin E. Teisberg

VERSAILLES – Shannon K. DeWitt

WESTERN SPRINGS – David S. Petruncio

WHEATON – Stephen Chiu, Alison R. Fyhrie, Justin P. Gerhardstein

WHITE HALL – Lydia A. Cox, Maria L. Cox

WILMETTE – Lauren M. Lotton

WOODRIDGE – Adam T. Hooczko

WOODSTOCK – Mary M. Rockers

ZION – Daniel J. Buttera

OUT–OF–STATE

INDIANA, Indianapolis – Andrew R. C. Frist
Schererville – Renee M. Smit

IOWA, Iowa City – Mike W. Wandling

MISSOURI, St. Louis – Teresa M.L. Cannistraro

NEW JERSEY, Florham Park – Roxanne A. Moore

OUT–OF–COUNTRY


SOUTH KOREA, Seoul – Keun H. Koh