Thirteen students from the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Health have been inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, the country’s oldest and most honored college honorary society.
From the Department of Biostatistics, Mr. Donald Luke Fejfar, a junior with a biostatistics major and chemistry and biology minors; Mr. Ben Lee, a junior with a biostatistics major and a computer science major; Ms. Alicia Peterson, a senior with a biostatistics major and mathematics and urban studies and planning minors; and Ms. Eileen Jueming Yang, a junior with a biostatistics major and a mathematics minor.
From the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Vennela Avula, a junior with an environmental health sciences major and a Spanish for the health professions minor; Mr. Adam Edward Enggasser, a junior with an environmental health sciences major; and Mr. Duncan Conrado Quevedo, a junior with environmental health sciences and applied mathematics majors and a statistics and analytics minor.
From the Department of Health Policy and Management, Neha Aggarwal, a junior with a health policy and management major and chemistry and medicine, literature and culture minors; and Dimitry Igorevich Shitarev, a junior with a health policy and management major and a chemistry minor.
From the Department of Nutrition, Mr. Vince Ellington Friedman, a senior with a nutrition major and philosophy, politics and economics and chemistry minors; Ms. Sarah Jane Kuehn, a junior with a nutrition major and a Spanish for the medical professions minor; Ms. Serena Danisha Mahalingam, a senior with a nutrition major and Spanish for the medical professions and chemistry minors, and Ms. Hannah Therese Rayala, a junior with a nutrition major and medicine, literature and culture and Spanish minors.Friday Letter Submission, Publish on December 06