Mordechai P. Teitz graduated Phi Beta Kappa from New York University in May 2019 with a BA in computers and math. His mother, Rachel F. Neiman, graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Barnard College in 1990 with a BA in English. Mother and son are here pictured at Mordechai’s May 2019 graduation from NYU.
Julia Hawes and her father Arthur Hawes, MD, both earned their keys at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Julia was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa in December of 2019, and Arthur was inducted in May of 1983. Julia is currently a first-year medical student at University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. Father and daughter […]
Andrew A. Grillo-Hill was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa in 1997 as he graduated cum laude from Occidental College with a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in biochemistry. In 2004 he completed a PhD in biology and biomedical sciences with an emphasis in neuroscience from Washington University in St. Louis. Since then he has worked […]
From a World War II internment camp to the current global pandemic, the Yamashitas tell their story of three generations of Phi Beta Kappa.
In the spring of 2020, Emma Stapleton was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa by the Alpha of Tennessee chapter at Vanderbilt University. Her grandfather, also a Phi Beta Kappa member, was happy to note that Emma was the third generation of their family to join the Society. Her great grandmother, Marion Francis Keane (ΦBK, University of […]
BURKE FAMILY Austin Burke graduated with Phi Beta Kappa honors from Dickinson College in 1972. Matriculating after serving four years as a Russian translator in the USAF, he earned a summa cum laude B.A. in economics. Having married while in the service, he also graduated with an 18-month-old son and a wife expecting their second child. […]
The Miller family is proud to include three Phi Beta Kappa women, grandmother Eugenia Stallings Betts Miller (Mrs. Frank Roberts Miller) and her two granddaughers, Margaret Emily Meador and Kathryn Mickelson Pierce. Eugenia Stallings Betts Miller (ΦBK, Randolph College, 1950); B.A. in Political Science, Randolph-Macon Women’s College, 1950; M.A. in Education, University of Texas at […]
Congratulations to the Griswold family on their three generations of Phi Beta Kappas! (L-R): Grandmother Barbara Jean Stiver (ΦBK, Occidental College, 1951), her granddaughter Claire Coleman (ΦBK, Oberlin College, 2017), and her daughter Ruth D. Griswold (ΦBK, Occidental College 1982). The family photo was sent to us by Barbara’s husband, William J. Griswold, emeritus professor […]
Olivia Brooke Mann graduated with Phi Beta Kappa honors from the University of Delaware with an Honors B.A. in art history and history in June of 2019. Her grandmother, Margaret Florencourt Mann, graduated from Radcliffe College with a B.A. in physics in 1944 and was inducted into ΦBK there in 1943.
Gabriella M. Miller graduated with Phi Beta Kappa honors from The Johns Hopkins University with a B.S. in Natural Sciences in 2016. Her father, Eric Miller, graduated with Phi Beta Kappa honors from The Johns Hopkins University with a B.S. in History in 1982. (He was elected in 1980). Here they are pictured on vacation […]
As of 2014, the Sugin family became a three-generation Phi Beta Kappa family when Barbara Sugin’s graddaughter, Talia Calnek-Sugin was inducted as a junior member at Williams College. Barbara’s dauher Amy Sugin (Talia’s aunt) was inducted when she graduated form Suny Binghampton in 1989. Barbara Sugin became a member at CUNY Hunter College in 1958. […]
The Burger-Wyzan family boasts an impressive four generations of Phi Beta Kappa members, beginning with a great grandmother, Hattie Solomon Burger, who was inducted in 1921 at Hunter College. Hattie had graduated in 1914, but was contacted to return for induction in 1921 after the Phi Beta Kappa chapter was installed. The subsequent generations are […]