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National Biology Honor Society Inducts 17 Students

July 07, 2017

Chip Underhill
Communications and Marketing
(603) 641-7326 (Desk)
cunderhill@anselm.edu

Beta Beta Beta, the national Biology Honor Society, has accepted 17 students from Saint Anselm College for the recent 2016-2017 academic year. The college chapter of the society is Chi Zeta, into which five seniors and 12 juniors were inducted.

Class of 2017

Members who recently graduated from Saint Anselm College are as follows, with majors and hometowns:
Marissa Ashton, Natural Sciences, Princeton, Mass.
Emily Fitzmeyer, Biology, Haverhill, Mass.
Nicholas Kuttner, Biology, Taunton, Mass.
Sean Poole, Natural Sciences, Dover, N.H.
Kristen Veneman, Natural Sciences, Bedford, N.H.

Class of 2018

Rising seniors are:
Andrew Bompastore, Biochemistry, Londonderry, N.H.
Kyle Braile, Natural Sciences, Mendon, Mass.
Nicole DeRoche, Environmental Sciences, Nashville, Tenn.
Shannon Donnell, Natural Sciences, Wilmington, Mass.
Alexandra Duffy, Biochemistry, Winchester, Mass.
Erin Krell, Biology, Manchester, N.H.
Adrianna Manzi, Biology, Woburn, Mass.
Nicolette Manzi, Biology, Woburn, Mass.
Emily Micheloni, Biochemistry, Hillsborough, N.H.
Kaitlin Morel, Environmental Science, Scituate, Mass.
Alexis Nadeau, Biochemistry, New Bedford, Mass.
Madison Vigneault, Biochemistry,  Tyngsboro, Mass.

Beta Beta Beta, also known as TriBeta, is dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research. Founded in 1922, TriBeta has over 600 chapters and 200,000 members.

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