“College is a time to be educated, it is a time to learn,” says Thompson (ΦBK, University of Washington). “Focus on that, and the rewards will be there in your career even if you can’t draw a direct line between then and now.”
Churchill’s posthumously published book, The Problem with Rules: Essays on the Meaning and Value of Liberal Education, offers an accessible, persuasive testament for the continued need and value for liberal education.
The Society is pleased to announce the selection of 20 remarkable recipients of $5,000 undergraduate scholarships given to liberal arts and science majors with a demonstrated interest in public sector work.
Camille Reiko Acosta from UCLA and Annie Laurens de Saussure from Lafayette College are this year’s fellowship recipients.
Ned Block, Silver Professor of Philosophy, Psychology, and Neural Science at New York University, and Ian Phillips, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and Psychological and Brain Sciences at Johns Hopkins University, are this year’s winning professors.
Published nearly two decades ago, Are Prisons Obsolete? by Angela Davis (ΦBK, Brandeis University) gains renewed attention in an age of mass protests.
The Phi Beta Kappa New York Association’s highly successful mentorship program provides industry-based networking for young professionals.
Neil Krishnan advises his fellow ΦBKs to be open to change, as he talks about his journey from a degree in the sciences to work in creative development for Picturestart.
Author, attorney, and two-time heart transplant survivor Amy Silverstein (ΦBK, New York University) prepares to launch a new Apple TV+ series based her latest memoir, My Glory Was I Had Such Friends.
Grammy winner, performance artist, inventor, filmmaker, and artist-in-residence at NASA, Laurie Anderson (ΦBK, Barnard College) gains new notoriety for the re-release of her 1982 album Big Science.
Everything St. Clair does, from his professional endeavors to his personal life, is focused around one main idea: to remove fear from everyday life.
“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)