COLLEGEVILLE PA – Seven members of the Ursinus College Class of 2011 recently were inducted into membership in its Tau of Pennsylvania chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.  Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest and most widely known academic honor society.

Generally conferred upon graduating seniors, the honor is extended to select liberal arts and sciences undergraduates at the Collegeville PA college who meet requirements that include semester hours completed, grade-point average and the number and variety of courses taken outside the student’s major.

Among those inducted were Carina Murphy Brown, a biology major; Calla Elizabeth Mattox, a Spanish and history major; Melissa Bethanne Pankake, an English and classics major; Megan Nicole Sattazahn, a business & economics and anthropology-sociology major, and Zachary John Traino, a history major.

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