Dean DePauw and student Jordan Laney at Bouchet Society awards ceremony at Yale

The members of the 2018 Bouchet Honor Society will be inducted in April at Yale University. The class includes:

Dannette Gomez Beane

TeAirra Brown

Adwoa Baah-Dwomoh

Darren Maczka

Mary Ryan

Chantel Simpson

Michelle Soledad

Martina Svyantek

Shelby Ward

The members of the 2017 Bouchet Honor Society class were inducted in April at Yale University. The class includes:

Sreyoshi Bhaduri, of Pune, Maharashtra, India, a Ph.D. candidate in engineering education

Adrien DeLoach, of Blacksburg, a Ph.D. student in higher education administration through the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies.

Amanda Halliburton, of Yorktown, Virginia, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Psychology, with a concentration in clinical science. 

Jordan Laney, of McDowell County, North Carolina, a doctoral student in the interdisciplinary Alliance for Social, Political, Ethical, and Cultural Thought (ASPECT) program, with concentrations in social and cultural thought. 

Erin S. Lavender-Stott, of Blacksburg, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Human Development with a family studies concentration. 

Shekila Melchior, of Dale City, Virginia, recently earned her Ph.D. in counselor education

Saul N’Jie, of Churchill’s Town, The Gambia, a Ph.D. student in planning, governance, and globalization program in the School of Public and International Affairs

Jennifer Turner, of Goochland, Virginia, a Ph.D. candidate in sociology with a concentration in women’s and gender studies. 

Atiyeh Vahidmanesh, of Tehran, Iran, earned her Ph.D. in economics in February. 

The members of the 2016 Bouchet Honor Society class were inducted in April at Yale University. The class includes: 

Michele Deramo, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a Ph.D. candidate in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Science’s Alliance for Social, Political, Ethical, and Cultural Thought (ASPECT) program.

Anna Erwin, of Wilmington, North Carolina, a doctoral candidate in the School of Public and International Affairs’ Planning, Governance and Globalization program.

Homero Murzi, of San Cristobal, Venezuala, who earned his Ph.D. in Engineering Education in the College of Engineering.

Jamie Sanchez, of Farmington, New Mexico, a Ph.D. candidate in the ASPECT program.

The inaugural class of the Bouchet Honor Society chapter members was inducted in April at Yale University. The class included: 

Christian Matheis, from San Antonio, Texas, who earned his doctoral degree from Virginia Tech in the Alliance for Social, Political, Ethical, and Cultural Thought program.

Ashley Robinson, from Chesapeake, Virginia, a doctoral candidate in candidate in Computer Science and Applications.

Elizabeth “Eli” Jamison, from Roanoke, Virginia, a doctoral candidate in the Alliance for Social, Political, Ethical, and Cultural Thought program with concentrations in social and political thought.

Kelly Cross, from Blacksburg, Virginia, a doctoral candidate in engineering education.

Nikhil Jain, from New Delhi, India, a doctoral candidate with the Bradley Department of Electrical Engineering.

Nicole J. Johnson, from Searcy, Arkansas, a is a doctoral candidate in Higher Education with certificates in Education Research and Evaluation and Preparing Future Faculty.

Monica Motley, from Danville, Virginia, a candidate for a master's degree in public health and a is a doctoral candidate in biological and veterinary sciences.