Arts and Sciences students inducted into Phi Beta Kappa

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Tue, 06/09/2015 - 08:37

The Arts and Sciences students listed below were inducted into membership in Phi Beta Kappa on April 30.

Phi Beta Kappa is the nation's oldest academic honor society, recognizing and encouraging a commitment to excellence in the liberal arts and sciences.

  • Daniel McEowen, film studies and French
  • Andrea M. Meinders, psychology
  • Molly Storm, global studies
  • Mary Margaret Klosterman, biology
  • Hillary Naumann, communication studies
  • Brittney Meshael Moriarty, English and political science
  • Molly Marie Miller, chemistry
  • Scott Ingham, chemistry
  • Haley Keller, political science and global studies
  • Michael Killingsworth, psychology, sociology and political science
  • Emily Madcharo, global studies and Russian
  • Danielle Pringle, English and medieval and Renaissance studies
  • Nicholas Lewis Voboril, history, Spanish and medieval and Renaissance studies
  • Abigail Wegehaupt, biology
  • Elise Polly, sociology
  • Andrew Blazek, biochemistry and Spanish
  • Alison Marie Brokke, psychology and Spanish
  • Luke Huber, biochemistry
  • Allison Knightly, ethnic studies and political science
  • Allison O'Dell, English and English secondary education
  • David "Jude" Olney, music education and psychology
  • Jennifer Swenson, political science and English
  • Kirstie Anna Smith, biological sciences and theatre performance
  • Kassie Dawn Guenther, psychology
  • Emily Brodahl, psychology
  • William Hynes, biochemistry
  • Alex Hansen, biological sciences
  • Hannah Artz, biological sciences and Spanish
  • Davis Goodin, computer science
  • Jasmine Frazier, environmental studies and anthropology
  • Adam Lambert, history and medieval and Renaissance studies
Adapted from UNL Today.