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Executive Board/Contact

For inquiries, email: pkp@duq.edu

     

 The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the Duquesne University chapter: https://www.facebook.com/phikappaphiduquesnechapter

                 

Headquarters website: phikappaphi.org


Executive Board

President: Dr. Elisabeth Vasko                                                              

Associate Professor, Theology Department                                                                                  vaskoe@duq.edu

President-Elect: Debra Hyatt-Burkhart, Ph.D., LPC 

Assistant Professor, School of Education
Department of Counseling, Psychology, and Special Education                                         hyattburkhartd@duq.edu

Past President: Dr. Laura Crothers

Professor, School of Education and School of Psychology                                                            crothersl@duq.edu

Fellowships & Awards Officer: Dr. Jeff Evanseck                              

Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry                                                                                          evanseck@duq.edu

Vice President/Faculty Liaison: Dr. Paula Witt-Enderby                      

Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology                                                                                            wittp@duq.edu

Member and Chapter Development Officer: Mr. Robert Behary

Systems Librarian, Gumberg Library                                                                                                 beharyr@duq.edu

Treasurer: Dr. Roberta C. Aronson

Executive Director, International Programs                                                                                        aronson@duq.edu

Public Relations Officer: Stephanie Confer

Digital Media Specialist, The Partnership in Education                                                                    confers1@duq.edu

2014-2016 Phi Kappa Phi Council of Students                                               

Student Leadership

President: Natalie Gilbert

Natalie Gilbert is a Duquesne University senior pursuing a dual degree in Computer Science (Bachelor of Science) and Information Systems Management (Bachelor of Science in Business Administration), with a minor in Mathematics.

At Duquesne University, Natalie has served as the President of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the Senior Vice President of the Association for Information Systems, the Co-Chair of IS Direct and Lead Co-Chair of the Success Summit for the Association for Information Systems, and as a Standards Council Member for the Kappa Mu chapter of Sigma Kappa National Panhellenic Sorority. Additionally, Natalie is an active Member of Beta Gamma Sigma National Scholastic Honor Society (University's Top 10%), Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society, Rho Lambda Greek Scholarship Honor Society, and Duquesne University's Asian Student Association.

Vice President: Julianna Patrick

Julianna Patrick is a fifth-year graduate student pursuing a Master's Degree in Speech-Language Pathology at Duquesne University. She recently graduated summa cum laude with her Bachelor's Degree in Health Sciences. While at Duquesne, Julianna is serving as the Vice President for The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, and has been an active member of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA), Pi Kappa Epsilon, and Phi Eta Sigma, and has also been on the Dean's List throughout her undergraduate classes. Julianna is also serving in her third year as a Resident Assistant (RA) on campus.

Treasurer: Erin Castele

Erin Castele is a senior working toward a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and a minor in Mathematics. Erin is the student treasurer for The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. She also serves on the executive board for the Duquesne's chapter of the American Chemical Society as a Chief Event Coordinator. Aside from her executive roles, Erin is an active member of Duquesne's Four Diamonds organization and Duquesne University's Integrated Honors Society.

Liaison Officers:

Hannah Johnston, Liaison for the John G. Rangos Sr. School of Health Sciences

Hannah Johnston is a Duquesne University senior pursuing a degree in Physician Assistant (PA) studies.

At Duquesne University, Hannah has served as the Elections Chairman of the Kappa Xi chapter of Delta Zeta, as well as the PA Representative of the professional health sciences honor society Pi Kappa Epsilon. Additionally, Hannah is an active Member of the Physician Assistant Student Association (PASA), Duquesne University's Best Buddies Chapter, and was previously active in the honor society for first-year college and university students Phi Eta Sigma.

Angela Mignanelli, Liaison for the McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts

Rachel Anderson, Liaison for the Mylan School of Pharmacy

Rachel Anderson is a fifth-year student at Duquesne University pursuing a degree in Pharmacy (Doctor of Pharmacy; Pharm.D.).

At Duquesne University, Rachel serves as the President of the Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group and the Pharmacy Liason of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. Rachel is also an active member of the Alpha Beta chapter of the Rho Chi National Honor Society and the Tau chapter of Lambda Kappa Sigma.

Mary Davis, Liaison for the School of Education 

Mary Davis is a Duquesne University senior pursuing a dual degree in English (Bachelor of the Arts) and Secondary English Education (Bachelor of Science in Secondary English Education).

Mary has served as the School of Education Liaison for Phi Kappa Phi, Philanthropy Chairwoman for Duquesne University's Panhellenic Council, and both Vice President of New Member Education and Academics Chairwoman for the Kappa Xi chapter of Delta Zeta Sorority. Additionally, Mary is a member of the professional Education fraternity Kappa Delta Epsilon and the honors societies of Phi Eta Sigma, Lambda Sigma, and Mortar Board.

Liaisons for the Palumbo Donahue School of Business, Mary Pappert School of Music, Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Science and School of Nursing are to be determined.