Voices and Ideas
Key Connections event at the Time Warner Center in NYC focuses on speed networking for members looking for professional contacts, mentoring, and opportunities for development.
Jessie Craft (ΦBK, UNC-Greensboro, 2013), a high school Latin teacher, discusses his award-winning use of Minecraft to teach students about the Classical world.
In September, ΦBK alumni associations held Key Connections events to introduce recent inductees to the vast resource of the ΦBK alumni network.
Newman is the Apollo Program Professor of Astronautics at MIT and a Harvard-MIT Health, Sciences, and Technology faculty member.
Our advocacy efforts are essential, especially in polarized times. The value of higher education, and the liberal arts in particular, requires champions on both sides of the aisle.
As a Gates Cambridge Scholar, McInerney will pursue a PhD at Queens’ College, Cambridge, and continue his work in education and the prevention of men’s violence against women.
ΦBK member May-lee Chai’s work spans genres, eras, and languages. Her new collection of short stories, Useful Phrases for Immigrants, was published in October.
Des Moines University President Angela Walker Franklin (ΦBK, Furman University, 1981) views health sciences with a liberal arts philosophy.