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Phi Beta Kappa members

- Cem Albayrak, biology and chemical engineering, Istanbul, Turkey
- Nancy Jean Benedetti, biology, Fleetwood, Pa.
- Brett M. Bethke, physics and aero/astro, DeForest, Wis.
- Punyashloka Biswal, EECS and mathematics, New Delhi, India
- Anna Marie Bohmann, mathematics and foreign languages and literatures, Minneapolis, Minn.
- Katrien Brak, chemistry, Cupertino, Calif.
- Eric Broder, mathematics, Brooklyn, N.Y.
- Meisha Onelle Farida Bynoe, biology and music and theater arts, St. Vincent and the Grenadines
- Virginia L. Corless, physics, Skagway, Alaska
- Melanie G. Cornejo, biology and BCS, Lima, Peru
- Boris D. Cukalovic, EECS and mathematics, Serbia, Yugoslavia
- Andrew James Danford, chemistry, Omaha, Neb.
- Jillian Lee Dempsey, chemistry, Summit, N.J.
- Sie Hendrata Dharmawan, EECS and mathematics, Jakarta, Indonesia
- Seth E. Dorfman, physics, Plainview, N.Y.
- Finale Pankaj Doshi, physics and aero/astro, Richmond, Va.
- Ariel Nadav Edelstein, economics, New York, N.Y.
- Julia Caitlin Espel, biology, Golden Valley, Minn.
- Erkko M. Etula, economics, Kuopio, Finland
- Eric Todd Fellheimer, EECS and physics, Maple Glen, Pa.
- Aaron David Kiyoshi Finck, physics, Jacksonville, Fla.
- Gul Gurkan, biology, Mersin, Turkey
- Stavroula-Artemis K. Hatzios, chemistry, Blacksburg, Va.
- Benjamin M. Hebert, EECS and physics, Palo Alto, Calif.
- Gargi Divya Khare, BCS, North Wales, Pa.
- Sheila Meena Krishna, biology and foreign languages and literatures, Anaheim, Calif.
- Jessica A. Lee, biology, San Mateo, Calif.
- Stephen S. Lee, biology, Pittsburgh, Pa.
- Yvonne Lee, biology, Milpitas, Calif.
- Yiuka Leung, biology, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong
- Douglas J. Levine, biology, Stevenson, Md.
- David Lopez Mateos, EECS and physics, Salamanca, Spain
- Torsak Luanphaisarnnont, chemistry, Bangkok, Thailand
- Michael Lugo, chemistry and mathematics, Williamstown, N.J.
- Amy Beth Luxenberg, linguistics and philosophy, Fairfax, Va.
- Petch Manoharn, EECS, Bangkok, Thailand
- Vikash K. Mansinghka, EECS and physics, Kowloon, Hong Kong
- Ruza Markov, physics and mathematics, Kikinda, Yugoslavia
- Kevin A. McComber, materials science and engineering and physics, Appleton, Wis.
- Farhan Iqbal Merali, BCS, Toronto, Ontario
- Karola Meszaros, mathematics, Szeged, Hungary
- Peter G. Miller, biology and chemical engineering, Atlanta, Ga.
- Daniel Kim Murphy, mathematics, St. Paul, Minn.
- Jelani O. Nelson, EECS and mathematics, St. Thomas, V.I.
- Karen Christine O'Brien, chemistry, Claremont, Calif.
- Angelica Maria Osorno Calderon, mathematics, Bogota, Colombia
- Greta Cvetanova Panova, EECS and mathematics, Sofia, Bulgaria
- Jurgis Pasukonis, physics, Vilnius, Lithuania
- Daniel Robert Kenneth Ports, EECS and mathematics, San Francisco, Calif.
- Sidharth V. Puram, biology and BCS, Edina, Minn.
- Satish Ramaswamy, EECS and mathematics, Chantilly, Va.
- Cecilia E. Ramos, architecture, Concord, Mass.
- Lara Anne Rogers, BCS and political science, Puyallup, Wash.
- Jordan L. Rubinstein, physics, Roslyn Heights, N.Y.
- David T. Schoen, materials science and engineering, Louisville, Ky.
- Maria C. Schriver, civil and environmental engineering and physics, Golden Valley, Minn.
- Nathan David Shapiro, chemistry and biology, Shorewood, Wis.
- David Donghun Shin, EECS and mathematics, W. Orange, N.J.
- Morgan A. Sonderegger, history, Berkeley, Calif.
- Daniel Ethan Stein, EECS and music and theater arts, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
- Emanuel Ioan Stoica, mathematics, Targu-Mures, Romania
- Peter Robert Stone, materials science and engineering,
South Setauket, N.Y.
- Marc D. Strauss, mechanical engineering and mathematics, Annandale, Va.
- Albert Su, biology, Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.
- Rui Lopes Viana Filho, mathematics, SÌ£o Paulo, Brazil
- Sinae Angela Vogel, biology, Radcliff, Ky.
- Frederick D. Wang, EECS and biology, Parker, Texas
- Yevgeny Kholodenko Zaytman, mathematics, Newton, Mass.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on June 1, 2005 (download PDF).

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