The following seniors, listed below by their Houses, were nominated to Phi Beta Kappa in the latest round of elections on Nov. 14.
Ian Keng Liang Goh, classics; Matthew Guarnieri, social studies; Jeongho Mark Kim, biochemical sciences; Julian Emil Kolev, economics; Emily Elizabeth Riehl, math; and Burden Hastings Walker, government
Jennifer Hope Bennett, history; Joshua Adam Kipnees, government; Dina Bernick Mishra, economics; Aroonsiri Sangarlangkarn, economics
Daniel Jacob Feith, government; Saviz Sepah, psychology; and Danny Ferris Yagan, economics
Zahra Kassam, psychology; and Jessica Maya Marglin, social studies
Eric Tong Hoke, chemistry and physics; Grace Chi-Sung Hou, economics; Sylvia Waisbren Houghteling, history and literature; and William Atlee Woolston, economics
Kathryn Eleanor Curry Berndtson, special concentrations; Jennifer Lee Caswell, anthropology; Kathryn Ann Eidmann, social studies; Robert Kang Xing Jin, computer science; Mridula Saroja Raman, economics; Miriam Ariela Tawil, economics; and Thomas Lewis Widland, religion
Navin Lingam Kumar, Sanskrit
Joseph Marty Hanzich, government; Frances Claire Moore, Earth and planetary science; John Stewart Playforth, social studies; and Teymour Etemad Shahabi, literature
Neel Dattatray Rao, economics
Ricky Ini Liu, math; Ian Scott Polonsky, visual and environmental studies; Miray Topay, economics; and Derrick Li Wang, music
Jillian Elyse Spangler, biochemical sciences
Abigail Sloan Devlin, chemistry; Sheel Chandrakant Ganatra, math; Nikita Rozenblyum, math; and Yankun Shen, psychology
Milena Maria Andzelm, biochemical sciences; Sara Francis Eckhouse, anthropology; Stephanie Johanna Lai, social studies; Inna Livitz, linguistics; Charles Edward Maule, East Asian studies; James Richard Pautz, Romance languages and literature; and Derek Aaron Slater, government.