Phi Beta Kappa members


- Leila Shaw Agha, economics, Champaign, IL
- Anand Ishan, EECS, Chelmsford, MA
- Arturo A. Arizpe, EECS, Wimberley, TX
- Asarina Alevtina, mathematics and linguistics and philosophy, Mountain View, CA
- Waseem S. Bakr, physics, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
- Taylor W. Barton, EECS, Arlington, MA
- Arnab Bhattacharyya, EECS, Chelmsford, MA
- Laurie Davenport Burns, physics, Concord, MA
- Charles G. Cantrell, materials science and engineering and mathematics, Burnsville, MN
- Ashley R. Catalano, brain and cognitive sciences, Boston, MA
- Moria Cairns Chambers, biology, Ann Arbor, MI
- Venkat Bala Chandar, EECS, Princeton Junction, NJ
- Brian C. Chase, biology, Leawood, KS
- Lara Patricia Collazo, chemistry and biology, Boca Raton, FL
- Manal Dia, EECS, Beirut, Lebanon
- Brigid C. Dwyer, brain and cognitive sciences, Tequesta, FL
- Grant Andrew Elliott, EECS and physics, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
- Stephen J. Fredette, chemistry, Westminster, MA
- Igor A. Ganichev, EECS, Glubokoe, East Kazakhstan
- Igor Arkadiy Ginzburg, EECS and physics, Omaha, NE
- Dennis S. L. Ho, biology, Tsing Yi, Hong Kong
- Peter S. Jaglom, physics, Bronxville, NY
- Jonathan Ross Karr, physics and brain and cognitive sciences, Potomac, MD
- Pramook Khungurn, EECS and mathematics, Loei, Thailand
- Kim MinJi, EECS and mathematics, ACT, Australia
- Stephanie Hewon Kim, biology, Myersville, MD
- Weifeng Victoria Lee, architecture, Irvine, CA
- Edward F. Lin, EECS and biology, North Potomac, MD
- Janice C. Lin, management, Hsin-Chu, Taiwan
- Walter C. Lin, brain and cognitive sciences, Livonia, MI
- Xiaonan Lin, biology, Mendota Heights, MN
- Ling Lee, mechanical engineering, Hong Kong
- Huanqian Loh, physics, Singapore
- Sarah A. Mahlstedt, chemistry, Boulder, CO
- Gregory John Martin, economics, Boxford, MA
- Joshua K. Michener, biology and chemical engineering, Chapel Hill, NC
- Adam Andrew Miller, physics and humanities, Evanston, IL
- Alexandra T. Nelson, mechanical engineering, Edina, MN
- Sarah F. Newman, EAPS, Minneapolis, MN
- Mihai Patrascu, mathematics, Craiova, Romania
- Jason S. Pelc, physics, Los Altos, CA
- Masood Qazi, EECS and physics, Franklin, MI
- Maryann E. Racine, chemistry, Wayland, MA
- Fethi Mubin Ramazanoglu, physics and mathematics, Trabzon, Turkey
- Carolina Razelli, architecture, Milano, Italy
- Philip J. Richerme, physics, Hazlet, NJ
- Shan Riku, chemistry, Saitama, Japan
- David Lawrence Roe, mathematics and literature, Portland, OR
- Aroonrath Sangalungkarn, economics, Bangkok, Thailand
- Steven W. Sivek, EECS and mathematics, Burke, VA
- Catherine Ellyn Smith, biology, Manchester, MA
- Robert H. Speer, EECS and music, Manlius, NY
- Tamara Ina Stern, EECS, Staten Island, NY
- Stephan Hyeonjun Stiller, linguistics and philosophy, Frankfurt am Mein, Germany
- Laura B. Stonehill, civil and environmental engineering, Astoria, NY
- Olga Y. Stroilova, EECS and mathematics, Seattle, WA
- Jacqueline Tio, chemistry, Lawrenceville, GA
- Jeanette G. Tse, biology, Ashburn, VA
- Juha S. Valkama, mathematics, Helsinki, Finland
- Patrick S. Varilly, physics, San Jose, Costa Rica
- Johanna M. Varner, biology, Salt Lake City, UT
- Vivek Venkatachalam, EECS and physics, Berkeley Heights, NJ
- Dennis Wei, EECS, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
- Mary R. Williamson, EECS and management, Albuquerque, NM
- Matthew Q. Wong, mechanical engineering, San Jose, CA
- Melanie Iris Worley, biology, Towson, MD
- John YanYun Wu, biology, Bronx, NY
- Ryu Yoshida, biology and brain and cognitive sciences, Bethesda, MD
- Alicia Yiran Zhou, biology, Chicago, IL

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on June 7, 2006 (download PDF).


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