Monday, May 19, 2014
The following local residents recently were initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.
Melissa Niswonger of Isle of Palms (29451) initiated at College of Charleston
Carter Rhea of Mount Pleasant (29464) initiated at College of Charleston
Nathan Birkemeyer of Mount Pleasant (29464) initiated at College of Charleston
Casey Rutherford of Mount Pleasant (29464) initiated at College of Charleston
Jonathan Lamkin of Mount Pleasant (29464) initiated at College of Charleston
Hamza Khan of Mount Pleasant (29466) initiated at College of Charleston
Elizabeth Works of Mount Pleasant (29466) initiated at College of Charleston
Kelsey Yetsko of Mount Pleasant (29466) initiated at College of Charleston
Elizabeth Kelley of Daniel Island (29492) initiated at College of Charleston
These residents are among approximately 32,000 students, faculty, professional staff and alumni to be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi each year. Membership is by invitation and requires nomination and approval by a chapter. Only the top 10 percent of seniors and 7.5 percent of juniors, having at least 72 semester hours, are eligible for membership. Graduate students in the top 10 percent of the number of candidates for graduate degrees may also qualify, as do faculty, professional staff and alumni who have achieved scholarly distinction.
The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi is also pleased to announce that Vincent Sonson II of Sullivans Island, South Carolina, was recently initiated into Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Sonson was initiated at Iowa State University.
Mount Pleasant Academy
Principal's Honor Roll: 3rd quarter
Dunn Andrews, Annie Cagle, Wilson Collins, Gus Debnam, Grayson Gregg, James Kammerer, Olivia Keen, Finlay Palmer, Corbett Smith, Baker Story, Carter Griffin, Carson Batten, Lukas Bernard, Elizabeth Folline, Mary Larkin Hegler, Cassidy Rager, Casen Shoemake, Hayes Averill, Baze Duckworth, Ella Hewitt, Pope Kennedy, Lilly Harrell, Henry Humphreys, Katie Borden, Thomas Buxton, Mac Hassell, Hayley Hylton, Anne Wilson Varnado, McRae Wallace, Austin Walton, Hugh Werber, Sophie deBrux, Hayes Martini, Amelia Norcott, Cecilia Ollis, Lauren Peagler, Perrin Popovich, Spivey Woodward, Brooke Bennett, Caroline Collins, William Abel, Sam Boyd, Nick Cladakis, Anson Clark, Ruby Hansen, Emmy Lee, Emma Nodine, Cypress Santos, Justin Story, Ella Drew Dodd, Bennett Blanchard, Hope Staubes, Wiley Tschantz, Grier Abercrombie, Austin Gallman, Harmon Kerrison, Julia McKellar, Edward Orr, Benjamin Stevens, Ellisann Thomas, John Thomason, Keller Wachsmuth, Jack Lipscomb, Livvie Caldwell, Whitney Knotts, Hannah Korson, Susannah Manucy, Graham McAlister, Ally Monts, Ellie Rogers, Nicholas Apostolou, Wils Browning, Hank Tschantz, Estella Walsh, Crawford White, Maggie McKay, Delaney Winn, Cille Hassell, Mary Katherine Kerrigan, Kayla Kirkland, Kyleigh Lesesne, Holland Nelson, Margo Smith, Sriram Srinivas, Adam Swanson, Davis Varnado, Lucy Richmond, Olivia Horne, Grace Kammerer, Disha Qanungo, Sawyer Shoemake, Marshall Hodges, Jessica Palmer
Honor Roll: 3rd quarter
Catherine Everton, Olivia Nielsen, William Voelkel, Avery Voelkel, Hannah Bilbro, Darrin Blankenship, Harrison Carter, Isabella Flynn, Madison Jent, Stella Moore, Anna Dawson, Abbey McElveen, Irene Liu, Thomas Middleton, SarahAnne Horne, Joseph Wenger, Josie Bendell, Addyson Fisher, Wilson Garner, Ella Heggie, Maggie James, Marcus Lewis, Tommy Bryant, Virginia Buxton, Cleary Chance, Claire Crawford, Will Crimmins, Brennen Evans, Hampden Geer, Will Houlihan, Halsey Harrison, Caleb Keane, Sidd Pelluru, Whit Tiller, Blake West, Benjamin Nodine, Mary Simons, Ella Grace Jordan, Clinton Larrabee, Ellie Middleton, Brendan Pastor, Mason Austin, Rowan Dickens, Amelia Dietrich, Sharriah Green, John Hutto, Mary Lillian Leigh, Summer Padgett, Charleston Rougny, Olivia Dennis, Henry Brown, Henry McMillan, Cora Ray, Maryn Austin, Jack Ladd, Bryson Miller, Jacob Pitassi, Mark Richter, Will Brown, Holden Moore, Charlie Rohaley, Jackson Bilbro, Henry Howell, Amy Paden, Alex Vranich, Grayson Ammons, Sara Crawford, Katie King, Ryan McInerney, Rush David Dixon, Jack Huber, Marco Jimenez, Leland McConnell, Charlotte Smith, Bella Tuk, Timothy Washington, Rory Buckhannon, Jenna Jenkins, Owen Wilkes
The University of South Carolina School of Law
Molly Stanton, of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, has been elected the newest president of the Student Bar Association at Carolina Law. She follows two fellow Wando High School graduates in this position. Lonnie Doles and George Jenkinson were past presidents of the Student Bar and Stanton keeps this tradition alive.
Stanton is a second-year law student at the University of South Carolina's School of Law. Stanton was also awarded the John R. Holland Scholarship Award on May 8 at the Law School Awards Day. She is also a member of the Moot Court Bar, Student Ambassadors, Phi Delta Phi Honor Society and the Pickney Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta.
A 2008 graduate of Wando High School, Stanton earned a Bachelor's degreee in Business from the Darla Moore School of Business in May 2012, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Stanton also earned the Emerging Leader Award from the Darla Moore School of Business in 2011 and was a top five finalist for USC Homecoming Queen in 2011.
Stanton is the daughter of Kelly and Jim Stanton of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
SUNY Maritime College
Michael H. Kratz recently graduated with his Master's of Science in International Transportation Management from the State University of New York (SUNY) Maritime College. He is a native of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
The oldest and largest maritime school in the country, SUNY Maritime College is a four-year college located at historic Fort Schuyler in Throggs Neck, New York.