Phi Beta Kappa Initiation

On Wednesday, December 4, 2013 the Baylor chapter of Phi Beta Kappa (Zeta of Texas) initiated 16 new members at Baylor’s Armstrong Browning Library. Phi Beta Kappa is our nation’s oldest scholastic honor society (founded in 1776) and is dedicated to recognizing and encouraging scholarship in the liberal arts and sciences. We are especially proud that four of these new initiates are BIC students:

Ashley Augustino: psychology major from Pearland who plans to earn a doctorate in clinical psychology, December 2013 graduate (photo: not pictured)

Elyse Cunningham: senior psychology major from Bee Cave who plans to serve as a missionary with the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (photo: sixth from left)

Christina Walther: history major from Rockwall who is considering possible graduate work in Russian history, December 2013 graduate (photo: fourth from left)

Katy Winslow: anthropology major from League City who plans to seek a graduate degree in public administration, December 2013 graduate (photo: not pictured)

Congratulations to Ashley, Elyse, Christina, and Katy! You can read more about the PBK initiates at the College of Arts & Sciences blog.

(Photo credit: Randy Fiedler)

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