Charlotte-area students are among those at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill who have been inducted into Phi Beta Kappa.
To be eligible for membership in the nation’s oldest college honorary society, students must complete 75 hours of course work with a GPA of 3.85 or better (on a 4-point scale) or complete 105 hours of course work in the liberal arts and sciences with a 3.75 GPA. Fewer than 1 percent of all college students qualify.
Inductees: Catawba County -- Daniel Jones, Katherine Penley, Lindsay Rosenfeld, Sydney Stegall and Georgia Titcomb, all of Hickory. Iredell County -- Caleb Dagenhart, Stony Point; Michael Gonzalez, Mooresville; Josiah McCoy, Statesville. Mecklenburg County -- Lucy Bierer, Anna Bobrow, Jessica Cagle, Rachel Hicks, William Johnston, Rachel Kaplan, Jonathan Keiland, Hailey Kessler, Charlotte Lindemanis, Michael Little, Ian Noblitt, William Rimer, Sophie Stramm, Anna Sturkey, Deborah Thurman and Margot Williams, all of Charlotte; Savan Kothadia, Cornelius; Olivia Mahony, Davidson.
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