Thirty-Five Anselmians Inducted Into Social Sciences Honor Society

August 1, 2019

By Shannon Desmond '19

In the current spring semester, 35 Anselmians were inducted into Pi Gamma Mu, the college’s social sciences honor society.

Eligible junior and senior candidates must maintain a 3.0 grade point average in a social science major, including communication, criminal justice, economics, history, international relations, politics, psychology, American studies, peace and justice studies, social work, or sociology. Members must also fall among the top 35% of their class.

Professor Chih-Chien Huang of the sociology department, and Administrative Assistant Lorraine Parr are the co-sponsors for the Saint Anselm chapter of Pi Gamma Mu, helping to organize the induction ceremony and membership drive.

The 2019 social sciences honor society inductees are:

Dennis Michael Aveta
Kaitlyn Nancy Brine
Alexis Jordan Lee Caldwell
Sarrah Jordyn Chouiakh
Sean P. Connor
Christopher James Currie
Christina Marie Damian
Abigail M. Donaldson
Baelyn Irene Duffy
Erin Elizabeth Egan
Edward Adam Frankonis
Kathryn Elizabeth Gardella
Emily Jane Gillespie
Katrina Elizabeth Gonzalez
Megan Elizabeth Grenier
Leah Marie Harris
Breda Anne Holland
Robert Thomas Hughes
Mackenzie Rose Kewley
Kyleigh Lyn Kneeland
John Michael Little Jr.
Patricia Emma McCrone
Thomas James Meal
Nicholas Alexander Meissner
Dena Elizabeth Miller
Emily Catherine Provencher
Elizabeth Jean Ryan
Susan-Caitlyn D. Seavey
Rebecca Ann Shea
Kyle Francis Silva
Alyssa Meishan Smith
Nicholas James St Germain
Amy Elizabeth Stankiewicz
Luke Vincent Testa
Meaghan P. Wilson

Saint Anselm College
Founded in 1889, Saint Anselm College is a four-year liberal arts college providing a 21st century education in the Catholic, Benedictine tradition. Located in southern New Hampshire near Boston and the seacoast, Saint Anselm is well known for its strong liberal arts and nursing programs as well as for the New Hampshire Institute of