Carolyn Wood (ΦBK, University of Oregon) may be known as the former American Olympic swimmer or even for the records she held. But to Wood, what gives her life meaning has been her teaching.
Read about ΦΒΚ winners and finalists for this year’s MacArthur Foundation Fellowships, ΦΒΚ Book Awards, National Book Awards, Nobel and Pulitzer Prizes.
Theori Henry (ΦBK, Mercer University) will travel to Tanzania to further her study of Swahili and international affairs.
Anna Wilson (ΦBK, Washington University in St. Louis), currently hard at work in the Washington University Neurofibromatosis Center, hopes one day to specialize in patient-centered and directed research through creativity and collaboration.
Joshua Pinckney (ΦBK, Carnegie Mellon University) is the co-founder the Black and Latinx Student-Athlete Coalition and Plaidvocates supporter, a peer wellness group for athletes.
ΦBKNY is investing in the next generation through a scholarship program benefitting New York City-area community college graduates.
James Klagge (ΦBK, College of William and Mary) brings history, philosophy, and poetry together in his newest books on Ludwig Wittgenstein.
With a career spanning both journalism and medicine, Cooper (ΦBK, University of Denver) balances his scientific interests with a passion for music and photography.
DCΦBK President Rebecca DeSantis Randall discusses the mentorship program, its evolution, and her own experience with the program when she was a student.
Journalism was among her true loves. As a leading practitioner of her art, Ryan was able to create and carefully craft the telling of events that she knew would change lives.
Chloe White is a 2021 Washington University Phi Beta Kappa inductee and the winner of this year’s PBKNY Essay Contest.
This past summer, we convened the 46th ΦBK Triennial Council, the first ever to be entirely virtual. We gathered to celebrate the fundamental role that liberal arts and sciences education plays in our society and our democracy.