Six SILS students inducted into Phi Beta Kappa

December 6, 2018

Six undergraduate students from the UNC School of Information and Library Science (SILS) were recently inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most honored college honorary society. Membership is open to undergraduates in the college and professional degree programs who meet stringent eligibility requirements. Less than 1 percent of all college students qualify.

The SILS students inducted were:

  • Justin Lee Do, a junior with information science and computer science majors and a philosophy, politics and economics minor, son of Minh Do and Tina Lee of Raleigh.
  • Richard Vu Le, a senior with computer science and information science majors, son of Colette Le and Khai Le of Raleigh.
  • Abraham Louis Post, a senior with computer science and political science majors and an information science minor, son of Jonathan Post and Libby Post of Salisbury.
  • Clara Marcelle Shirley Schwamm, a senior with information science and Germanic and Slavic languages and literatures majors and a mathematics minor, daughter of Alice Ann Campbell and John Campbell of Hope Mills.
  • Gray McCracken Smith, a senior with computer science and information science majors, son of Eric Smith and Sally Smith of Charlotte.
  • Dylan Jude Tastet, a senior with computer science and information science majors, son of Sylvia Tastet and Lance Tastet of Apex.

Phi Beta Kappa has 286 chapters nationwide. UNC-Chapel Hill’s chapter, Alpha of North Carolina, was founded in 1904 and is the oldest of seven chapters in the state. A total of 124 undergraduates from UNC-Chapel Hill were inducted this fall. Read more about the organization and the ceremony at https://www.unc.edu/posts/2018/12/05/more-than-120-carolina-students-inducted-into-phi-beta-kappa