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Three Tar Heels Inducted Into Phi Beta Kappa
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – North Carolina student-athletes Jake Bernstein, Houston Summers and
Carly Wooten were inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s most prestigious honors society,
during the fall of 2015. They were among 144 UNC students honored in a ceremony on Nov. 9.
Bernstein, a senior who is a member of the men’s fencing team, is from St. Louis, Mo., and is
majoring in computer science.
Wooten, a senior who is a member of the women’s fencing team, is from Welcome, N.C., and
is majoring in studio art and psychology.
Philadelphia Invitational 2015
AKA the 'clipboard' meet.
1400th winning bout
was won by
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Carly Wooten, a senior on the North Carolina fencing team, was announced
Saturday afternoon as the recipient of the 2016 Wells Fargo Postgraduate Scholarship, a $10,000 grant
presented annually to a UNC senior student-athlete who is attending graduate school. The Wells Fargo
announcement was part of the Rams Club’s Endowed Scholarship Lunch, held at the Carolina Club.
Wooten, from Welcome, N.C., is set to enroll at the Wake Forest Master of Arts in Management program
“Carly really stands out as a very well-rounded and incredibly accomplished young woman and
someone to whom we couldn’t be prouder to give the Wells Fargo Postgraduate Scholarship,” said
Nicholas Carey, Vice President of Sponsorships at Wells Fargo.
Wooten, who will graduate from UNC in May, is working toward a double major in psychology and
studio art. She carries a 3.93 grade point average and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa honorary
society last fall. In addition, she has taught art lessons at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center as an
intern with the Arts for Life program.