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Each year, ten percent of the college’s graduating class is elected to the honor society by a faculty selection committee.

24 Columbia College seniors have been inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, the college announced on Monday.

The national honor society was founded in 1776 and remains one of the most prestigious academic distinctions for undergraduate students nationwide. Each year, 10 percent of the college’s graduating class is elected to the honor society by a faculty selection committee. 2 percent are inducted in the fall, while the remaining 8 percent are inducted in the spring.

Students are elected on the basis of their academic accomplishments and faculty recommendations.

The full list of inductees can be found below:

Sungmin An

Jessica Bai

Benjamin Bieser

Adam Block

Simon-Jimmy Broucke

Samantha Caveny

Margaret Corn

Margaret Cunliffe

Dean Deng

Rahul Gosain

Philip Grayson

Emily Gruber

Jacob Iglitzin

Francesca Jarrett

Linnie Jiang

Khrystofor Khokhlov

Sofia Martins

Benjamin Mazel

Kalila Morsink

Sakila Nazia

Lauren Nguyen

Michael Quintero

Jaewook Ryu

Christopher Zheng

katherine.gerberich@columbiaspectator.com | @ColumbiaSpec

phi beta kappa; columbia college; 2018; fall; junior; senior
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