Phi Kappa Phi Inducts New Members
Tuesday, April 24th, 2012
This spring, 16 outstanding students were inducted into the Phi Kappa Phi Chapter for West Virginia Wesleyan College. As part of the ceremony, Dr. Boyd Creasman, English professor, gave a presentation on the “Jane Austin Phenomenon” to the assembled faculty and student members.
The newly inducted members are juniors and are Kristin Bugg, Hinton, WV, math major; Laura Dalton, Fairmont, WV, graphic design major; Luke Finley, Huntington, WV, 5-yr biology and MBA major; Molly Full, Vienna, WV, English-writing major; Victoria Giffen, Bridgeport, WV, exercise science major; Thomas Ingall, Corsham, UK, English-writing major; Sarah Jackson, Lewisburg, WV, nursing major; John Kramer, Coconut Creek, FL, accounting major; Gabrielle LaFata, Morgantown, WV, biology major; Allison Licwov, Beverly, WV, chemistry major; Zachery Lonergan, Elkins, WV, biology major; Samantha Lowther, Ireland, WV, English writing major; Kelsey Ognibene, Ridgeley, WV, English major; Dianna Roberts, Buckhannon, WV, 5-yr accounting/MBA major; Nathan Weaver, Weston, WV, Christian Formation major; and Brianna Woods, Connellsville, PA, nursing major.
Phi Kappa Phi is the nation’s oldest, largest, and most selective all-discipline honor society. Founded in 1897 at the University of Maine, Phi Kappa Phi has chapters on 300 select college and university campuses in North America and the Philippines. More than 900 members have been brought into PKP since the chapter as began at Wesleyan in 1977. There are only three chapters in West Virginia—West Virginia University, Marshall University and Wesleyan. PKP recognizes scholarship and talent in all areas of study.