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At the annual Alpha of Delaware chapter of Phi Beta Kappa’s induction
ceremony on May 6, 64 University of Delaware undergraduates were
inducted. Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most selective
collegiate honor society for arts and science disciplines, was founded
The Alpha of Delaware chapter was founded at the University of Delaware in 1956.
Each year the chapter recognizes student award winners.
The winner of the Clift and DeArmond Award was Jasmin Bioteau, an
Honors College student from Glenside, Pennsylvania. She is majoring in
chemistry and Spanish. This award recognizes the second-year
undergraduate at the University of Delaware who shows the most
outstanding scholarly potential in a Phi Beta Kappa curriculum.
The winner of the Herbert Ellis Newman Award was Nadya Ellerhorst, an
Honors College student from Cincinnati, Ohio. She is majoring in
international relations and Russian studies with minors in journalism
and museum studies. This award recognizes the third-year undergraduate
at the University of Delaware who shows the most outstanding scholarly
potential in a Phi Beta Kappa curriculum.
The winner of the L. Leon Campbell Phi Beta Kappa Distinguished
Senior Award was John Salsini-Tobias, an Honors College student from
Newark, Delaware. He is majoring in biological science with minors in
Spanish for healthcare and history. This award is given to a graduating
natural or physical sciences major who has demonstrated outstanding
intellectual promise and a commitment to scientific research. The award
celebrates the memory of L. Leon Campbell, who served as the University
of Delaware provost from 1972-88. After stepping down as provost, he was
named the Hugh M. Morris Research Professor of Molecular Biosciences.
Prof. Campbell was a long-time supporter of the Alpha chapter of Phi
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Article by UDaily staff.
Published May 8, 2023