UW-Green Bay holds first Phi Kappa Phi spring initiation ceremony
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay chapter of the Phi Kappa Phi national honor society held its first spring initiation ceremony, celebrating staff and students who excel in their field.
Established in 1897, Phi Kappa Phi is the nation’s oldest, largest and most selective all-discipline honor society. Its mission is to recognize and promote academic excellence in all fields of higher education and to engage the community of scholars in service to others.
The UW-Green Bay chapter, founded in 1997, earned the national society’s Chapter of Excellence Award in 2014. The national organization made the award to recognize faculty who devote time to the chapter’s operation and students who are actively involved and assist with planning chapter activities. More information about the UW-Green Bay chapter is available at www.uwgb.edu/phikappaphi/.
The spring 2015 Phi Kappa Phi inductees were honored during a March 27 initiation ceremony. They are as follows:
Mona L. Christensen, Director of Camps and Conferences, Outreach and Adult Access
Paula Lynn Marcec, Assistant to the Chancellor, Office of the Chancellor
Student Initiates (listed by hometown):
Stephanie Marie Diedrich, Combined Locks; Victor Gonzalez-Salzwedel III, Edgerton; Shannon Deanna Buhler, Glenbeulah; Samantha Konshak, Green Bay; Ashley A. Lukes, Green Bay; Thomas A. Melling, Green Bay; Michael Joseph Pietraszek, Green Bay; Christma Mary Hochkammer, Manitowoc; Courtney Amanda Mueller-Krouse, Manitowoc; Lori Terese Schaden, Oconto Falls; Lori J. Anderson, Sheboygan; Jamie Lynn Stahl, Sturgeon Bay; Christin Elaine Strong, Sun Prairie.
Other States –
KerryAnn Fraser, Lauderhill, Florida; Stacy Lynn Peterson, White Bear Lake, Minnesota.