Eighteen Students Inducted into Biological Honor Society

June 22, 2021

By Lorraine Parr

In a ceremony held April 16, 2021, eighteen students were inducted into the Chi Zeta chapter of Beta Beta Beta, the National Biological Honor Society.

To be considered for membership in Beta Beta Beta, students must have completed at least three semester courses in biological science, of which at least one is not an introductory course, and maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, as well as a GPA of 3.0 or higher in their biology department major.

Beta Beta Beta was founded in 1922 at Oklahoma City University—the Alpha chapter—and has grown to more than 626 chapters throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Chi Zeta, the chapter at Saint Anselm College, was founded in 1996.


The Saint Anselm College science students inducted in the 2020-2021 academic year are:

Danielle Abdennour ’22, biochemistry and French

Julie Apitz ’22, biochemistry

David Coderre ’21, social work and peach & justice studies

Katherine Devine ’22, biology

Isabel Gelinas ’22, behavioral neuroscience

Gina Genovese ’22, biology

Lia Guerette ’22, biology

Madison Hediger ’22, biochemistry

Ariana LoFaro ’22, natural sciences

Caitlin Merrill ’22, biology

Bridget Monaghan ’22, environmental sciences

Anastasia Morrison ’22, biochemistry

Nicole Scarfo ’21, biology

Rileigh Stebbins ’22, biology

Caroline Thompson ’21, biochemistry

Allyson Vermette ’22, biology

Kyle Welsh ’21, biology

Grace Young ’22, biochemistry