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The top 2 percent of the senior class is announced in the fall semester as Junior Phi Beta Kappa, with the remaining 8 percent elected in the spring.

Fifty-one Barnard seniors have been inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, joining the 13 who were inducted as Junior Phi Beta Kappa in the fall semester.

Phi Beta Kappa is regarded as one of the most prestigious academic honor societies for undergraduate students, with only 10 percent of the graduating class elected to membership by a committee of faculty who are themselves members of Phi Beta Kappa.

The top 2 percent of the senior class is announced in the fall semester as Junior Phi Beta Kappa, with the remaining 8 percent elected in the spring. Selection is based on the students’ academic achievements and faculty recommendations.

Read the full list of names below:

Varya Abramova

Jenna M. Bergmann

Elena J. Caminer

Cary A. Chapman

Stephanie Ching

Gabriella E. Cohen

Christina C. Costeas

Levi Craske

Danielle B. Dennis

Letty L. DiLeo

Kirby R. Eckels

Alison C. Fraerman

Dana Frayne

Annika S. Freudenberger

Morgan N. Geraghty

Tejashree S. Gopal

Linda T. Gordon

Elizabeth M. Harding

Gabriela N. Hoberman

Jessica R. Hopen

Sophia I. Hotung

Vivian Huang

Nia F. Judelson

Madeline C. King

Isabel M. Klein

Hana L. Koob

Sylvia C. Korman

Sarah M. Krosnick

Elizabeth F. Lee

Nora T. Mathison

Meredith A. McAneny

Laura McLean

Zofia V. Mita

Rachel Mulholland

Jenny Ni

Miriam Philipson

Eliana Pickholz

Alexa M. Pinsky

Jessica M. Reich

Raquel R. Rosenberg

Stephanie A. Rothermel

Emma S. Ruskin

Amanda Ryvkin

Yiela Saperstein

Tina Shan

Alina Siddiqui

Emma C. Snover

Christina M. Stevens

Jessica E. Tschida

Shaina W. Twardus

Lauren R. Wildes

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