Phi Beta Kappa


Roshni Aggarwal, Glastonbury, Conn. (biology)
Raag Dar Airan, Coral Gables, Fla. (physics and math)
Alan T. Asbeck, San Diego, Calif. (physics)
Afua B. Banful, Accra, Ghana (materials science and engineering and economics)
Adrian Birka, Niagara Falls, Ontario (EECS and math)
Gergana A. Bounova, Pleven, Bulgaria (aero/astro and math)
Cristian Cadar, Bucharest, Romania (EECS and math)
Denis Chebikin, Shakopee, Minn. (math)
Jia Fu Cen, Brooklyn, N.Y. (EECS and math)
Maya R. Chandru, Bangalore, India (physics)
Caroline Yung-Jye Chang, Greensboro, N.C. (biology)
Suelin Chen, Sudbury, Mass. (biology)
Diana S. Cheng, Plano, Texas (management and math)
Chandra J. Claycamp, Grapevine, Texas (biology)
Samuel I. Daitch, Framingham, Mass. (math)
Susan Dong, Arcadia, Calif. (biology)
Sean P. Fay, Ipswich, Mass. (EECS and literature)
Krzysztof J. Fidkowski, Macungie, Penn. (physics and aero/astro)
David M. Foxe, Sussex, Wis. (architecture and music)
Vikash Gilja, Manhasset, N.Y. (BCS)
Aimee R. Ginley, Evergreen, Colo. (biology)
Irina Goldshteyn, Brooklyn, N.Y. (EECS and math)
Adam G. Unikowsky, Montreal (EECS and physics)
Jianwen W. Gu, Sugarland, Texas (physics)
Ruimin He, Singapore (EECS)
Stephen Ming-Chang Hou, West Windsor, N.J. (EECS and physics)
Ali Zul Jiwani, Houston (biology)
Michael P. Jura, Los Angeles (EECS and physics)
Nayden D. Kambouchev, Parvomaitzi, Bulgaria (aero/astro and math)
Zardosht Kasheff, New York (math)
Ian S. Lai, Taipei, Taiwan (EECS )
Ryan N. Lang, Harrison Township, Mich. (physics)
Philippe C. Larochelle, Montreal (physics)
Jeffrey D. LeBlanc, Acton, Mass. (math)
Philip J. Lee, Northridge, Calif. (biology and chemical engineering)
Brian Leung, Brooklyn, N.Y. (EECS and math)
Sing Your Li, Flushing, N.Y. (biology and physics)
Zhi-Heng Loh, Singapore (chemistry)
Christopher H. Luhrs, Lomita, Calif. (EECS and math)
Bushra B. Makiya, Cambridge, Mass. (materials science and engineering)
Stefanos K. Marnerides, Larnaca, Cyprus (physics and math)
Ivana Medos, Ruma, Yugoslavia (math)
Yogesh K. More, Denver (math)
Eugene M. Davenport Motoyama, Pittsburgh (physics and math)
Matthew J. Notowidigdo, Upper Arlington, Ohio (EECS and economics)
Shien Jin Ong, Melaka, Malaysia (math)
Megha Padi, Niskayuna, N.Y. (biology and physics )
Justin M. Paluska, Northport, N.Y. (EECS and physics)
James A. Pate, Olympia, Wash. (physics)
Matthew R. Powell, Cypress, Calif. (EECS and physics)
Pavlo Pylyavskyy, Vinnitsa, Ukraine (math)
Alexey A. Radul, Princeton, N.J. (EECS and math)
Mikael C. Rechtsman, Toronto, Ontario (physics)
Jason T. Rolfe, Ridgewood, N.J. (math)
Philip C. Schuster, Oregon City, Ore. (physics and math)
Siddhartha Sen, Manila, Philippines (EECS and math)
Sameer J. Shah, Smithtown, N.Y. (math and STS)
Albert Shieh, Lexington, Mass. (biology)
Jennifer C. Shieh, Hacienda Heights, Calif. (BCS)
Jennifer Chu-ham Shih, Garland, Texas (BCS)
Tanya Shilova, New York (economics and math)
Jeremy E. Smoler, Lexington, Mass. (EECS)
Adrian O. Solis, Muntinlupa City, Philippines (EECS)
Han Sen Soo, Singapore (chemistry)
David B. Starr, River Forest, Ill. (physics and math)
Elizabeth C. Stone, Newtonville, N.Y. (economics)
Aaron B. Strauss, Annandale, Va. (EECS and political science)
Patrik Per Sundberg, Stockholm, Sweden (EECS, physics and math)
Natalia Toro, Acton, Mass. (physics and math)
BooShan Tseng, Plattsburgh, N.Y. (biology)
Daniel B. Turek, McLean, Va. (EECS and math)
Abhiram Vijayasarathy, Byram Township, N.J. (economics and math)
Ketan D. Vyas, Detroit (EECS and physics)
Alpana A. Waghmare, Bothell, Wash. (biology)
Audrey Shiuan Wang, Sugarland, Texas (biology)
Stephanie Wei Wang, Fremont, Calif. (BCS and economics)
Thomas D. Wang, Sugarland, Texas (economics)
Jed Louis Weinstock, Eastchester, N.Y. (biology)
Alexander D. Wissner-Gross, New Hyde Park, N.Y. (EECS, math and physics)
Terri M. Yu, Los Altos Hills, Calif. (EECS and physics)
Sandy Xinyu Zhang, Salt Lake City (biology and BCS)
Jessica M. Zmolik, Dallas (biology)

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on June 4, 2003.


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