Faculty and student members of Phi Beta Kappa

Faculty

To celebrate the 240th anniversary of Phi Beta Kappa, faculty and student members of Phi Beta Kappa at Denison, in December of 2016, gathered for a photo.

Pictured are:

Front row: Meghan McGuire, Andria Scarcello, Kimberly Huggler (all three are students), Kim Coplin

Second row: Patrick Smith, Steven Vogel, Robin Bartlett, Rachel Mitton-Fry, Jessica Rettig, LuAnn Duffus

Third row and back: Matt Neal, Fred Porcheddu, Gina Dow, Sarah Wolff, Tony Lisska, Marci McCaulay, Dan Homan, Jordan Fantini, Jordan Katz, Cathy Dollard, Jeff Thompson, Ashwin Lall, and Jeremy King.

Denison University's chapter of Phi Beta Kappa (Theta of Ohio) was founded over a century ago, in 1910, to recognize excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. Election to Phi Beta Kappa takes place during the second semester of the senior year and is based primarily on a record of outstanding academic achievement.

Posted Date 
Wednesday, January 18, 2017

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