PKP is one of the nation’s most prestigious academic honor societies for students in all academic disciplines. Invitations to join PKP are extended to seniors and graduate students in the top 10% of their class, and to juniors in the top 7.5% of their class.

ASU’s fall 2019 inductees by hometown and major are:

San Angelo: Allyson Arnold, health science professions; James Biggs III, criminal justice; Jeremy Carr, border and homeland security; Rylee Crawford, health science professions; Taylor Hall, coaching, sport, recreation and fitness  administration; Molly Horning, social work; Zack Johnson, business administration; Katelynn King, criminal justice; Lauren Law, biology; Xavier Martinez, history; Jordan Shoults, exercise science; Dhiraz Shrestha, chemistry; Lane Sifuentes, communication; David Sosa, marketing; Jade Spain, health science professions; Beatriz Torres Fabela, biology/life science; Belinda Valles, educational leadership; William Wegner, marketing and management; Stephanie Williams, nursing-nurse educator; and Martin Zapata, intelligence and analysis

Abbott: Kyle Langford, biology

Abilene: Ian Sokolnicki, mathematics/computer science

Allen: David Scott, coaching, sport, recreation and fitness administration

Alpine: Shelby Costabile, kinesiology

Armed Forces Pacific: Bridgett Homan, intelligence and analysis

Austin: Hannah Marks, teacher education; and Caitlin Osborne, educational leadership

Big Spring: Britennia Franklin, teacher education; and David Mathis, history

Buda: Bryanne Deleza, management information systems

Castroville: Brooke Mangold, coaching, sport, recreation and fitness administration

Corpus Christi: Chase Kelley, homeland security

Crowley: Hoszel West III, music

Dallas: Dominique McQueen, exercise science

Denton: Phyllis (Kate) Creecy, communication; and Tiffani Kerber, applied psychology

Eagle Pass: Conrado Jimenez, biology/chemistry

Edmond: Brennan Doherty, social work

Eldorado: Rahegyn Franke, accounting

Flower Mound: Alicia Rowland, guidance and counseling

Garden City: Pricilla Nunez, teacher education

Goldthwaite: Nana Amponsah, computer science; and Ryan Elderton, accounting, economics and finance

Grand Prairie: Jiffy Jayan, industrial/organizational psychology

Harper: MaryClare Porter, nursing-family nurse practitioner

Jourdanton: Peggy Georg, guidance and counseling

Kempner: Madyson-Lynn Dake, finance management

Kermit: Jose Hermosillo, geoscience

Kerrville: Connor Blake, accounting

Lubbock: Jodie Lockeby, psychology-teaching certificate; and Marc Silva, nursing

Midland: Tiffany Vandergriff, teacher education

Millsap: Kimberly McClintock, guidance and counseling

Pflugerville: Rachel Light, industrial/organizational psychology

Pipe Creek: Cora Bishoppetty, teacher education

Robert Lee: Brady Clawson, health science professions

Roby: Haylie Gatewood, counseling psychology

San Antonio: Victoria Almaraz, guidance and counseling; Henry Burgess, intelligence and analysis; Lauren O’Shaughnessy, business administration; and Pamela Sabrsula, psychology-teaching certificate

Schertz: Logan Drake, mechanical engineering

Scott AFB, Ill.: Margaret Dudley, history

Silverton: Teah Patton, animal science

Tuscola: Hudson Payne, biology

Waco: Stephanie Trammell, student development and leadership in higher education

Zephyr: Andrea Howard, psychology

Velserbroek, Netherlands: Zoe Gubbels, business administration/accounting

Hanoi, Vietnam: Duc Huy Nguyen, business administration; and Quang Vinh Nguyen, exercise science

Also, nearly 130 total ASU freshmen in the top 2.5% of their class and sophomores in the top 5% of their class were awarded pre-membership Certificates and Merit.

Phi Kappa Phi is the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society encompassing all academic disciplines. Phi Kappa Phi is considered one of the nation’s most prestigious honorary societies along with Phi Beta Kappa, which recognizes majors in the arts and sciences, and Sigma Xi, which honors majors in the sciences.

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