PanHellenic Class of 2019
Music Performance - Bassoon and Actuarial
Sciences, DePaul University
Demetra is pursuing a degree in Music Performance - Bassoon and Actuarial Sciences at DePaul. Among her special interests,
Demetra creates iconography. As a freshman, she was selected to play in two of the top orchestra ensembles at DePaul. Her career
goal is to perform with an opera company.
Psychology, Harvard University
Fotini is a junior at Harvard, where she studies Psychology. She is President of the Hellenic Society, Chair of a non-profit, and Marketing Manager for the Harvard yearbook. She enjoys dancing and choreographing for
dance companies. Fotini has been named an Illinois State Scholar and AP Scholar with
Distinction. She has received The President’s Service Award and the Congressional Award for Service.
Biomedical Engineering, Boston University
Eugenia is a sophomore studying Biomedical Engineering at Boston University. While in high school, she received a full scholarship for
the International Baccalaureate Program and was selected Salutatorian of her graduating
class. Eugenia is on the university’s Dean’s list and an active member of the Hellenic
Association, Premedical Honor Society, and Medical Brigades. She aspires to pursue an MD and PhD in Neurology.
State University of New York at Geneseo
Alex is a junior majoring in Physics at SUNY
Geneseo. He has a GPA of 3.97 out of 4.0, has repeatedly made the Dean’s List, and was recently awarded membership in the ΣΠΣ
Physics Honors Society. Alex has held research internships at SUNY Geneseo and Columbia University’s Nevis Labs. Upon graduation, he plans on pursuing a PhD in Physics.
Sociology, Miami University
Athena recently completed her bachelor’s degree in sociology at Miami University (Ohio) and was active in the Alpha Phi Omega
national service fraternity and the Ohio Innocence Project. A research intern last summer at Stanford University’s Center on
Poverty and Inequality, she will pursue her master’s degree in Applied Social Data Science at the London School of Economics
Communication Sciences and Disorders, and
Psychology, Queens College, City University
of New York
Evangelia is graduating from Queens College with a B.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders, and Psychology. She wishes to pursue a career as a Bilingual Speech-Language Pathologist and work with children
with special needs. Evangelia’s goals are to further research craniofacial abnormalities,
travel to developing countries in need of therapeutic services, and utilize her Greek fluency to help people communicate efficiently.
Biomedical Engineering, Purdue University
Stella, from St. Louis, Missouri, is currently a freshman at Purdue University, studying Biomedical Engineering in the Honors College. Stella’s love for traveling takes her to Greece every summer. She is proud of and passionate of her Greek heritage having attended Greek School for 12 years as well as having a love of Greek folk dancing since the age of four.
Broadcast and Digital Journalism,
University of Southern California
George is a Communications major, Marketing minor. He is a National Merit Scholar and USC
Presidential Scholar. George also serves as an Annenberg School Ambassador and works at the Doheny Library overseeing the Asian Studies inventory. George was an American Hellenic Institute Foundation’s foreign policy
trip participant and attended briefings with politicians and ambassadors while learning
more about Greek foreign policy.
Mary Kathryn Fellios
Art History, Columbia University
Mary Kathryn is a member of Columbia University’s class of 2021, majoring in Art History while pursuing a minor in Hellenic
Studies. Alongside her passion for art, her love for dance has led to participating in both performing groups on campus, as well as
Greek folk dance groups. She hopes to pursue a PhD in Byzantine and Medieval Art, with
aspirations to curate museum art collections.
Biomedical Sciences, University of Akron
Natalie is a junior at the University of Akron majoring in Biomedical Science. She was Valedictorian of her high school graduating class. Currently, Natalie is on the university’s President’s List, and received the Outstanding
Chemistry Junior Award. She is a member of Orthodox Christian Fellowship and enjoys playing the guitar. Natalie recently accepted
an offer for early acceptance at Northeast Ohio Medical University.
Political Theory and Constitutional
Democracy, and Economics,
Michigan State University
Jordan is a junior in the Honors program of the James Madison College of Michigan State
University. He is double majoring in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy, and
Economics seeking a public service career. In 2017, he was a White House Intern in the Office
of the Vice President. He is Vice President of the Junior Class Council and Treasurer of the Michigan State Orthodox Christian Fellowship.
Neuroscience, Nova Southeastern University
Andrew is a senior at Nova Southeastern University
studying Neuroscience with a double minor in Chemistry and Business. Andrew is the founder of two nonprofit organizations:
an environmental non-profit and the other, supporting an orphanage in Crete. Andrew has extensive cancer and genomic research experience and was recently accepted into medical school. He plans to achieve his aspiration of becoming a Neurologist.
Public Health, Regis College
Erini is a rising junior at Regis College studying Public Health with a minor concentration in
Data Analytics with plans to pursue a graduate degree in Healthcare Administration. Erini
has qualified for the Dean’s List every semester and is starting a Data Analytics Club at Regis
this fall. She would like to work in a hospital and to one day develop a program to improve the healthcare system in Greece.
Religious Studies, Hellenic College
Napoleon is a second-year seminarian student at Hellenic College in Brookline, Massachusetts. He plans on majoring in Religious Studies, then God willing, enroll in Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology for Graduate School. Napoleon is a dedicated member of the community and works to serve others. He has gone on multiple mission trips, and is a volunteer for a number of community organizations.
Classics, University of California
Constantina is a junior at the University of California Santa Barbara, pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Classics. She aspires to attend Graduate School to receive a Master’s in Education and teaching credential. Constantina has made the Dean’s Honors list and was chosen as the promotional speaker of her department by the faculty. She is has been involved with organizations such as AHEPA and the Rotary Club.
International Studies, World Politics,
The Ohio State University
Kaitlin is a senior at The Ohio State University pursuing majors in International Studies and World Politics. At Ohio State, she serves as President of Sigma Epsilon Phi - a Greek cultural fraternity. Kaye also works for the Ohio House of Representatives. In the future she hopes to pursue a career working with refugees in the international community.
Classical Civilization and Ancient Greek and Latin, Boston University
Elisabeth is a junior at Boston University double majoring in Classical Civilization and Ancient Greek and Latin, and also pursuing a minor in Anthropology. She has been on the Dean’s List for the past two years and received an award to research Greek etymology. Elisabeth has studied Classics in Athens and Rome. She also is active on the Boston University Mediation Team.
Accounting, DePaul University
Andreas is a freshman at DePaul University. He is enrolled in the Honors College majoring in Accounting through the Strobel Honors Program. Recent and past achievements include: DePaul Dean’s List, AP Scholar, and recipient of his high school’s Business Department Award. In addition, he is a member of the DePaul Men’s Volleyball Team.
Panayioti J. Logothetis
Mathematical Finance and Information Technology Management,
Seton Hall University
Panayioti is double majoring in Mathematical Finance and Information Technology at Seton Hall University. He has founded the Hellenic Student Organization and participates as an executive board member on the Seton Hall Consulting Group, and Student Government Finance Committee. This summer he will be a financial analytics intern at Johnson & Johnson, and he eventually aspires to pursue an entrepreneurial career in the financial services industry.
Intercultural Studies, Cedarville University
Christina is a sophomore Intercultural Studies major at Cedarville University. She is a Dean’s Honors student, active in student-led service initiatives and organizations that build multicultural community. She also volunteers with a mission organization in Greece. Christina’s dream is to work with non-profits and businesses that empower individuals in their communities and beyond their cultural borders.
Classics, History of Art, Yale University
Daphne is a Classics and History of Art major at Yale University. While at Yale, she served as President of the Yale Hellenic Society. She has excavated archaeological sites on Crete and interned at various museums in Athens. In 2018, she founded the “Embracing Our Monuments in Sparta” Initiative. She hopes to be an Archaeologist or Museum Curator in the future.
Marketing, University of Texas at Austin
Argyro is a senior at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin, majoring in Marketing and minoring in Government. She has received College Honors for her academic performance as well as the Jane Harrell and Charles Curry Pierce, Jr. Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Business, and is an alumnus of the McCombs Leadership Program. She was recently accepted into UT Austin’s PhD program in Government.
John Malcolm “Mack” Nash
Robotics and Controls (Systems) Engineering, United States Navel Academy
John is a third-year student at the United States Naval Academy majoring in Robotics and Control (Systems) Engineering with a minor in Spanish. He is a member of the Navy Varsity Football team, and maintains a high level of academic and athletic performance. John hopes to commission in the United States Navy as either a Pilot or Submariner.
English, University of Michigan
Alexandra is an incoming senior at the University of Michigan, majoring in English and double minoring in Modern Greek and Global Media Studies. She has received University Honors each semester of her undergraduate career. Alexandra is currently a research assistant in the Film Department and an executive producer for a prestigious student-run musical theatre organization.
Music in the Liberal Arts and Psychology, Elon University
Julianne is a senior at Elon University pursuing degrees in Music and Psychology. She is a Presidential Scholar as well as an Honors Fellow. During her senior year she performed her senior voice recital and presented her Honors research thesis on Rebetika and Greek identity. Her interests include baking, mentoring younger Fellows, and enjoying live music. Julianne hopes to pursue a career in Vocal Performance or Music Education.
Civil Engineering, University of Akron
As a Civil Engineering student at the University of Akron, Elaina has a passion for roadway infrastructure construction. She has a leadership role on the Concrete Canoe Student Design Team, and has qualified twice for the national competition. She is a proud Greek Ionian with roots in Ithaki and Lefkada. Elaina enjoys knitting, hiking, reading and perfecting koulourakia.
Pennsylvania State University
Dimitri studies Mechanical Engineering at Penn State with plans to attend Graduate School. He is an Honors Scholar and Vice President of the Greek Club. Dimitri has completed a study abroad program in Peru and has also sailed around the world with a Semester at Sea. Dimitri also has an internship with BMW. When not working he is playing soccer or any racquet sport.
Anastasios is a senior at Northwestern University studying Biomedical Engineering. He is the President of the Northwestern University Hellenic Student Union and the leader of a design team building a nasopharynx fluid occlusion device for endoscopic surgery. After graduation, Anastasios will matriculate into Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine to pursue his dream of becoming a Physician.
Fine Arts – Animation,
Carnegie Mellon University
Christina is a sophomore at Carnegie Mellon University, majoring in Fine Arts. An advocate for social justice and equality, Christina is using her education and passion in Art to increase awareness about human rights and especially women’s right to their bodily integrity and autonomy. Her goal is to be an accomplished Artist and make an impact in society.
Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience,
Loyola University Chicago
Helen is a junior studying Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience at Loyola University Chicago. She has been on the Dean’s List every year, and is a member of the Alpha Sigma Nu Honor Society, as well as the Orthodox Christian Fellowship at Loyola. She aspires to become an Optometrist in order to help people preserve one of their most valuable senses.
Biology, Loyola University Chicago
Nicholas is a pre-med Dean’s List Biology student at Loyola. He is a member of the Hellenic Student Association, a two-time winner of the AHEPA Hellenic History Competition, and a member of the Hellenic American Leadership Council where he is an advocate for Greek interests. His career goal is to become a Cardiothoracic Surgeon as well as start a charity practice in Greece.
Biology and Psychology,
University of Central Florida
Elena is currently a Biology and Psychology major at the University of Central Florida. Elena is a mentor, tutor, undergraduate researcher, and member of Psi Chi International Honors Society in Psychology. She holds a Certificate in Public and Professional Writing. As per Hippocrates, she believes that, “Natural forces within us are the true healers of disease,” and upon graduation, will pursue a PhD in Psychology to focus on psychosomatic health.
Biology and Comparative Literature, Stanford University
Panos is a sophomore at Stanford University majoring in Biology and Comparative Literature. He plans to obtain a Master’s degree in Epidemiology and Clinical Research and an MD-PhD to pursue a career as a Clinician-Scientist. He is an AP Scholar and National Merit Scholar, a research fellow in the sciences and humanities at Stanford, and an active volunteer for pediatric and adult patient care programs.
Studio Art, Juniata College
Eleftheria is studying Studio Arts at Juniata College in hopes of becoming an Artist. In high school, she received an Aristeion Proodou, a National Award for academic excellence in Greece. Her special interests include painting, music, and mathematics. Eleftheria also works as a mathematics tutor. At Juniata, she has been on the Dean’s List every semester.
Information Technology and Management, Illinois Institute of Technology
Andreas is a senior at Illinois Institute of Technology pursuing a Bachelor of Information Technology and Management and a Master’s of Cyber Forensics and Security (Co-Terminal Degree). He is on the Dean’s List while also active in conducting research and an executive board member in organizations including IEEE and UNICEF.
Accountancy and Operations
Management, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Alex is currently a sophomore at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s Gies College of Business studying Accountancy and Operations Management. On campus, he is an active member of the Orthodox Christian Fellowship and Hellenic American Student Organization. He is co-host of Take It Away, a weekly radio talk show on WPGU 107.1 FM and is also a member of the Professional Business Fraternity Phi Chi Theta.
Finance, The Ohio State University
Maria, from Canton, Ohio, a junior Finance major at The Ohio State University with minors in Hospitality Management and Education. She is currently the Executive President of Orthodox Christian Fellowship and the Executive Secretary of Sigma Epsilon Phi. In her free time, Maria likes to travel and socialize with family and friends.
History and Political Science,
University of Maine at Presque Isle
Evangelos is a History and Political Science major at the University of Maine at Presque Isle. He plans to pursue his Master’s in Classical Studies, with specialization in Ancient Greek Archaeology, Linguistics, and Culture. Evangelos’ dream is to teach, and through his future studies have a positive effect on the course of history, and the world of ancient Greek civilization.
Piano Performance and Voice
Performance, University of Colorado
Sophia is a senior at the University of Colorado in Boulder double-majoring in Piano and Voice Performance. She recently won CU’s Anderson Voice Competition and received the prestigious Presser Award. This spring, Sophia looks forward to presenting a lecture on Ravel’s piano suite, Miroirs and playing Flora in Britten’s opera, The Turn of the Screw.
Psychology, University of Albany
Michael is a senior at the University of Albany, majoring in Psychology with a double minor in Biology and Neuroscience. He currently conducts research at UAlbany where he studies the link between insulin signaling in the brain and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Michael is also a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters. He aspires to go to medical school to become a Physician for the United States Army.