Sunday, April 24, 2016

BAHS Students selected for Phi Kappa Phi

Phi Kappa Phi is the nation's oldest, largest and most selective honor society that recognizes academic achievement in all fields of higher education. Only the top 7.5% of juniors and the top 10% of seniors are eligible to join the society. The following BAHS undergraduates were inducted on April 17, 2016 at a ceremony attended by faculty, administrators, and family members: Carrie-Anne Barry, Biology, pre-medicine; Hanan Ben Nacef, Health Sciences, pre-physical therapy; Allison Bleistein, Biology; Gabriella Bonchack, Health Sciences; Mikala Britt, Health Sciences, pre-physician assistant;
Emily Broadbent, Health Sciences; Aubrey Cole, Health Sciences; Kayla Lavella, Health Sciences; Natalie Mayo, Health Sciences, pre-physical therapy; Dominick Policare, pre-physical therapy, Stephanie Serafin, Medical Imaging; Matthew Swift, Biology; Mallory Tomaschik, Health Sciences pre-physical therapy; Brittany Underkoffler, Health Sciences, medical lab science; Also inducted were the following biology graduate students: Jessica Baker, Shandna Burroughs, Kirk Jeffries, Andrew King and Jamie Shinskie. These new inductees join current BAHS students who were inducted previously into Phi Kappa Phi: Kahli Castagnera, Health Sciences, pre-physical therapy; Lauren Chamberlain, Biology, pre-medical sciences; Kira England, Biology, environmental biology; and Sean Hartzell, Biology, natural history, currently a BAHS graduate student.