Phi Beta Kappa Inducts Dietrich Students From Class of 2021

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Fifty-nine students have been initiated into Carnegie Mellon University’s chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa Society (PBK), including 35 students affiliated with the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Founded in 1776, PBK is the nation’s oldest honors society. It celebrates high achievement in the liberal arts and sciences. There are only 290 chapters affiliated with top universities across the country, and each of those chapters select 10 percent of their school’s arts and sciences students to join.

Students gathered in person on May 21, 2021 for the PBK initiation ceremony.

The Dietrich College students initiated to PBK are:

Nicholas Bellante
Primary Major: International Relations and Politics
Minor: Policy and Management

Jose Chacon
Primary Major: Mathematical Sciences
Additional Major: Computer Science
Minor: Social and Political History

Lavanya Chawla
Primary Major: Business Administration
Secondary Major: Statistics

Anirban Chowdhury
Primary Major: Statistics and Machine Learning

Julia Conti
Primary Major: Professional Writing
Additional Major: Hispanic Studies

Emma Cordray
Primary Major: Hispanic Studies and Drama

Fiona Dubrosa
Primary Majors: Decision Science; Psychology
Minor: Drama

Carlo Duffy
Primary Major: Economics and Statistics

Evan Feder
Primary Major: Information Systems
Secondary Major: Statistics and Machine Learning

Mikayla Gawarecki
Primary Major: Artificial Intelligence
Minor: Statistics

Maxine Graves
Primary Major: Statistics
Secondary Major: Hispanic Studies
Minor: Film and Media Studies Kayla Griffin Primary Major: International Relations and Politics Secondary Major: Ethics, History and Public Policy Aden Halpern Primary Major: Behavioral Economics, Policy, and Organizations Additional Major: International Relations and Politics Muling He Primary Major: Philosophy Additional Major: Russian Studies Krati Jain Primary Major: Computer Science Secondary Major: Linguistics Andrew Joyner Primary Major: Business Administration Additional Major: Economics and Statistics Matthew Kern Primary Major: Information Systems Sarah Kim Primary Major: Chemistry Minor: Politics and Public Policy Ananya Krishnan Primary Major: Economics and Statistics Zhi-Wei Leon Primary Major: Mathematical Sciences Additional Major: Computer Science Minor: Computational Finance; Japanese Studies Katherine Liu Primary Major: Business Administration Additional Major: Statistics Nathan Moss Primary Major: Statistics and Machine Learning Additional Major: Mathematical Science Jean Namgoong Primary Major: Biological Sciences and Psychology Minor: Biomedical Engineering Roshni Nischal Primary Major: Psychology Minor: Cognitive Neuroscience Olivia Olshevki Primary Majors: Technical Writing and Communication; Chemical Engineering Additional Majors: English; Biomedical Engineering Aditya Pillai Primary Major: Computer Science Minor: Philosophy Joshua Pinckney Primary Major: International Relations and Politics Additional Major: Hispanic Studies Minor: Sociology Ana-Maria Poole Primary Major: Biological Sciences and Psychology Additional Major: French and Francophone Studies Minor: Biomedical Engineering Vasily Potanin Primary Majors: Business Administration; Economics Samantha Ramsey Primary Major: Computer Science Minor: Linguistics Jay Rao Primary Major: Business Administration Additional Major: Statistics Maxwell Robbins Primary Major: Psychology and Music Performance Emily Schneider Primary Major: Chemistry/Biological Chemistry Track Minor: Professional Writing Shiv Sethi Primary Major: Neuroscience Myat Sint Primary Major: Business Administration Additional Major: Policy and Management Millie Zhang Primary Major: International Relations and Politics Minors: Cybersecurity and International Conflict; Societal and Human Impacts of Future Technologies In fall 2020, an additional 13 members of the Dietrich College Class of 2021 were selected for early induction into PBK.

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