Allyson F. Shortle (ΦBK, Union College) discusses the writing of her new book, The Everyday Crusade, and her next project.
Nemat “Minouche” Shafik (ΦBK, University of Massachusetts) will replace Columbia University’s outgoing president Lee C. Bollinger (ΦBK, University of Oregon) making her the first woman president of the University.
A broad-based liberal arts and sciences education prepares us for meaningful, productive, and engaged lives as citizens. The study of science, for both science majors and nonmajors, is vital for all three outcomes of a higher education.
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 2023-2024 academic year!
P. Gabrielle Foreman (ΦBK, Amherst College) holds the Paterno Family Chair of Liberal Arts and is a professor of English, African American studies, and history at Penn State University.
What is the purpose of higher education and why should a society value it? Throughout our history, the experiences of Phi Beta Kappa members have provided powerful stories and examples. Mary Ritter Beard (ΦBK, DePauw University) is one.
Betty Lee Sung (ΦBK, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) was a leading authority and pioneer in the field of Chinese American studies.
Alexandra Anderson with the Center for Career and Professional Development at Southwestern University comments on how to leverage your ΦBK membership
Judge Frank Fregiato (ΦBK, Ohio State University) has stayed true to his vision of helping others not only through means of law and advocacy but through community service as well.
“I want to help remind clients that things are not always easy, but if possible, the world is always open for anything.” —Allison Dickson.
Shreyas Hallur (ΦBK, Duke University) is one of five Indian-Americans and one of only two Duke University students to be selected as a 2023 Rhodes Scholar.
True to his art, Kressley (ΦBK, Gettysburg College) has used his celebrity and his fashion know-how to dress, educate, entertain, and empower others.