Voices and Ideas

  • Interview: Jamille Bigio

    Jamille Bigio (ΦBK, University of Maryland, 2004) with the Women and Foreign Policy Program at the Council on Foreign Relations talks about promoting women in politics and society.

  • Making History: Mary Annette Anderson

    Graduating in 1899 as valedictorian of her class at Middlebury College in Vermont, Mary Annette Anderson was the first African-American woman to be elected to Phi Beta Kappa.

  • When Love of Learning Is Your Guide

    Immediately after graduation, Phi Beta Kappa members are not only concerned about finding employment and advancing their careers, but also continuing their education.

  • Call for Nominations to the ΦBK Senate

    Please email nominations by May 8 to Jen Horneman at jhorneman@pbk.org. Include your and your nominee’s contact information and a brief biography of the nominee.

  • ARTlanta & Sciences

    The City of Atlanta will receive ΦBK’s Arts & Sciences Cities of Distinction Award at an evening reception at the Woodruff Arts Center on April 6.