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PBK 2015

Phi Beta Kappa is the nation's oldest and most prestigious honor society, recognizing the excellence and breadth of undergraduate scholarly accomplishments. Shown here at the Spring Initiation Banquet are Amelia Stark, Portia Goodin, Maura Buck, Kristin Johnson, and Rebecca Reeder.

Other Phi Beta Kappa Seniors (not pictured) are Alexandra Abell, Adam Alamillo, Christopher Aragon, Erin Blackwell, Haley Craig, Paige Daumeyer, Riane Graham, Kailyn Haverstock, Courtney Nash, Rebecca Parker, Kelsey Reising, Ciara Short, Taylor Smith, Lindsay Stone, Rachel Troutman, and Nicole Yacko.

Congratulations!

PBK 2014

We are proud to announce that 10 SPHS students have been initiated into the Indiana chapter of Phi Beta Kappa in December, 2014. Shown here at the Fall Initiation Banquet are Paige Daumeyer, Rebecca Parker, Kailyn Haverstock, Chris Aragon, Ciara Short, and Lindsay Stone. Other fall inductees include: Sarah McNeil, Erin Blackwell, Kelsey Reising, and Rachel Troutman. Congratulations!


2014 awardsWe are proud to announce that three junior Speech and Hearing Sciences majors have been awarded 2014 College of Arts and Sciences Senior Scholarships based on their outstanding academic record and accomplishments!

  Rebecca Parker has been selected to receive the Jeanice Bartling Lewis Memorial Scholarship.  Amanda Hornbach received the Jane B. Butcher COAS Fund.  Megan McKee was awarded the Helen and Arthur Poland Scholarship.  All three students were selected from among more than 50 highly qualified candidates across the majors and disciplines represented in the College!  Congratulations to all!