Christopher Jensen, son of Mark and Mary Jensen of Granite Falls, Minnesota, has been invited into the Theta of Minnesota Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa at College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University. Jensen is one of 65 students from CSB and SJU to receive an invitation. The students will be formally inducted into the chapter during a ceremony at 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 26, in Alumnae Hall, CSB. The public is welcome to attend the induction ceremony, which will be followed by an invitation-only dinner. SJU junior Alex Seefeldt will perform an original piano composition during the processional. CSB/SJU Provost Richard Ice will give welcoming remarks, and Laura Taylor, assistant professor of theology at CSB and SJU who is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, will as well. A total of 53 seniors and 12 juniors were selected by faculty members at CSB and SJU who are members of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest academic honor society, which was founded in 1776. There are 40 students from CSB and 25 students from SJU in this year’s group. The basic criteria for selection are a grade-point average (3.85 for juniors, 3.65 for seniors) and a liberal arts major. The selection committee also looked at the breadth and depth of the student’s program and other achievements, such as a thesis or other research. This is the eighth group of students who have been inducted into the chapter.