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Social Sciences Honor Society Inducts 54 Students

July 28, 2017

Chip Underhill
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Pi Gamma Mu, the international honor society in social sciences, has inducted 54 students from Saint Anselm College to the college's Beta chapter for the recent 2016-2017 academic year.

The society recognizes superior scholarship in the social sciences, an area which seeks to understand and explain human behavior and social relationships. Undergraduates who study one of the disciplines encompassed in the field of social sciences are considered for membership with academic ranking in the top 35% of their class.

Recent graduates of Saint Anselm, Class of 2017, inducted into Pi Gamma Mu, are (with their hometown and major of study):

Shaun Callahan, Norwood, Mass., Criminal Justice (major)
Kelsie Cameron, Salem, N.H., Psychology
Devin Guadagno, Plymouth, Mass., Economics
Alexis LaBrie, Hooksett N.H., Criminal Justice and History
Brendan Megan, Hampstead, N.H., Criminal Justice and History
Noelle Michaud, Warner, N.H., Psychology
Lindsey Puglisi, Windham, N.H., Psychology
Katherine Sears, Northboro, Mass., Communications
Joseph Silcox, Wrentham, Mass, Sociology
Lincoln Vamos, Princeton Kentucky, Communications
Kelsey Walsh, Bloomington, Minn., Communications

Rising seniors at Saint Anselm in the class of 2018 are:

Alexis Ahern, Marshfield, Mass., Communications
Amanda Bickford, Salem, N.H., Criminal Justice
Anna Boris, Prospect, Conn., International Relations
Samuel Brandeis, Duxbury, Mass. Politics
Matthew Bremis, Plymouth, Mass., Criminal Justice and Sociology
Jaclyn Brennan, Merrimac, Mass., Communications
Rachel Browne, Marshfield, Mass., Communications
Jonathan Burkart, Brooklyn, Conn., History and Communications
Katherine Carey, Chelmsford, Mass., Social Work
Dylan Dalbeck, Stoneham, Mass., Criminal Justice
Alisha del Llano, Nashua, N.H., Communications
Michael Decalogero, Walpole, Mass., Psychology
Francis Taylor, Fall River, Mass., Psychology
Colleen Gaughan, Tyngsboro, Mass., History
Jacquelyn Guy, St. Louis, Missouri, Communications
Caitlin Harney, Hollis, N.H., Communications
Hannah Harper, Marblehead, Mass., Communications
Lily-Gre Hitchen, Auburn, N.H., History
Elizabeth Johnson, Walpole, Mass., Politics
Jessica Kaufman, Portsmouth, R.I., Economics
Sarah King, Cumberland, R.I., Politics and Communication
Lisette Labbe, Limerick, Maine, Psychology
Andrew Lechner, East Hampstead, N.H., Criminal Justice
Brianna LeGrand, Weare, N.H., Criminal Justice
Thomas Mannion, Dochester, Mass., Politics
Abigail Mark, Goffstown, N.H., Psychology
Caroline McKenzie, Nashua N.H., Psychology
Helio Meirelles Neto, Salem, Mass., Economics
Brendan Mulligan, Randolph, Mass., Communications
Jennifer Nice, Tewksbury, Mass., Sociology
Regan O'Brien, Swampscott, Mass., Criminal Justice
Rebecca O'Keeffe, Tyngsboro, Mass., Politics
Hayley Pettinato, Massapequa N.Y., Communications
Brandon Pratt, Concord, N.H., Politics
Emily Rice, Farmington, Maine, Politics and History
Ashley Robichaud, Plymouth, Mass., Psychology
Georgie Rooney, North Hampton, N.H., Social Work
Rebecca Roy, Manchester, N.H., Psychology
Madison Scott, Merrimack, N.H., Criminal Justice and Social Work
Andrew Shue, United Arab Emirates, Politics
Leah Stagnone, Litchfield, N.H., Politics
Olivia Thornburg, Beverly, Mass., Psychology

2019: The single student from the class of 2019 admitted to Pi Gamma Mu, the honor society for Social Sciences is Jessica Dean, Waquoit, Mass., a Criminal Justice major.

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