Jillian Rogers, a doctoral candidate at UCLA, will be using her $20,000 stipend to conduct research in Paris on French composer Maurice Ravel.
While e-books are a logical progression in instructional technology, e-publishing poses a problem for academic texts.
The strength of foreign language programs in the U.S. is waning, but it is essential to realize that the world is not becoming any more monolingual.
Joseph W. Gordon, Dean of Undergraduate Education at Yale, is the first recipient of the Krug Medal for exceptional service to Phi Beta Kappa.
Phi Beta Kappa is in the planning stages of a major, national initiative to advocate renewed support for the liberal arts and sciences.
With the increase in technology, is plagiarism truly on the rise, or is “cheating” just the result of a more open and collaborative learning environment?
Phi Beta Kappa member and creator of “Wednesday’s Child” received the Yankee Quill award on November 16 for lifetime achievement in broadcast journalism.
Students from the Muslim world intent on earning degrees in the United States often opt to attend faith-based institutions steeped in Christian values rather than secular schools.
A college English major replies to Joseph Epstein’s “Who Killed the Liberal Arts? And Why We Should Care.”
Described by Financial Times as “one of those few economists who changed our understanding of the world,” Anna Schwartz worked for decades on innovative economic policy research.
Daniel Joseph Edelman (ΦBK, Columbia College, 1940) revolutionized the public relations industry and founded the world’s largest public relations firm.