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Congratulations, Fall 2022 Phi Beta Kappa Inductees!

Congratulations, Phi Beta Kappa Inductees!

The PPE Program would like to extend a hearty congratulations to the following students, all PPE minors, who were recently inducted into the UNC-Chapel Hill chapter of Phi Beta Kappa in fall 2022:

North Carolina:

  • Ivy Carter Young, a senior with a media and journalism major and a philosophy, politics, and economics minor, of Asheville.
  • Lydia Faith Merck, a senior with public policy and communication studies majors and a philosophy, politics, and economics minor, of Lenoir. 
  • Simcha Ravi Singh, a junior with a biology major and philosophy, politics, and economics and data science minors, of Durham. 
  • Hayden Flynn Graham, a senior with philosophy and political science majors and a philosophy, politics, and economics minor, of Greensboro. 
  • Dana M. Hudgins, a senior with a political science major and statistics and analytics and philosophy, politics, and economics minors, of Hendersonville. 
  • Karthik Eswar, a junior with neuroscience and computer science majors and a philosophy, politics, and economics minor, of Morrisville. 
  • Jatin Chandra Srivastava, a senior with economics and public policy majors and a philosophy, politics, and economics minor, of Apex. 
  • Lillie Caroline Quinn, a senior with a political science major and history and philosophy, politics, and economics minors, of Wilson. 

Florida:

  • Avery Caitlin Brannan, a senior with peace, war, and defense and political science majors and a philosophy, politics, and economics minor, of Sarasota.
  • Catherine (Kasia) Horger, a spring 2022 graduate with a health policy and management major and a philosophy, politics, and economics minor, of Fort Pierce. 

Pennsylvania:

  • Sean Andrew Maxwell, a senior with a history major and military science and philosophy, politics, and economics minors, of Pittsburgh. 

Phi Beta Kappa membership is open to undergraduates in the College of Arts & Sciences and one of the seven professional degree programs offered by Carolina who meet stringent eligibility requirements. Past and present Phi Beta Kappa members from across the country have included 17 American presidents, 41 U.S. Supreme Court Justices, more than 140 Nobel Laureates and numerous artistic, intellectual and political leaders.

UNC-Chapel Hill’s chapter, Alpha of North Carolina, was founded in 1904 and is the oldest of seven chapters in the state. Each year, Phi Beta Kappa chapters and alumni associations across the country raise and distribute more than $1 million in awards, scholarships and prizes benefiting high schools and college students.

More information here: https://uncnews.unc.edu/2022/11/08/260-students-inducted-into-phi-beta-kappa-at-unc-chapel-hill/

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