“All of my career has been focused on the value of the liberal arts in the holistic development of the student. It’s part of who I am.” — Kathryn Morris (ΦBK, Gettysburg College)
Elisabeth Jaquette’s (ΦBK, Swarthmore College) latest full-length translation, the Palestinian novel Minor Detail by Adania Shibli, was a finalist for the 2020 National Book Award for Translated Literature.
Meineck, a New York University professor of classics, virtually participated in his first Visiting Scholar event at the University of Arkansas on March 10 and 11.
We are reaching out to engage at the campus level as more institutions confront hard choices and as those choices threaten to undermine the possibilities for a robust arts and sciences experience.
Since 1956, the Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar Program has been offering undergraduates the opportunity to spend time with some of America’s most distinguished scholars. Meet our visiting scholars for the upcoming academic year.
This August, the Triennial Council will vote on granting new charters to institutions considered during the 2018-2021 cycle.
Liberal arts and sciences graduates like you can provide crucial advocacy roles as legislatures adopt state budgets from early spring to early summer.
In January of this year, H. Annita Zhong (ΦBK, MIT) was named one of 95 lawyers in the Los Angeles Business Journal’s list of “Minority Leaders of Influence.”
ΦBK author Blaine Greteman discusses his forthcoming book and his journey to becoming a member at Oklahoma State University.
Historian Leo Damrosch (ΦBK, Yale University) discusses his book, The Club: Johnson, Boswell and the Friends Who Shaped an Age, shortlisted for the Christian Gauss Award.
Translator Elizabeth Manton (ΦBK, Syracuse University) discusses her most recent project and the importance of her background in the liberal arts.