Voices and Ideas
Kendall Curlee (ΦBK, University of Texas at Austin, 1986), University of Arkansas Honors College, discusses her role in the study abroad program and how it reflects ΦBK's values.
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.
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.
Clarissa Mae Scott, as she was known then, was celebrated for her athletic and intellectual accomplishments while a student at Wellesley, where she became a ΦBK member in 1923.
Sara Lipton (ΦBK, Barnard College, 1984) discusses what led her to study medieval history, her work for the Medieval Academy of America, and her father's Phi Beta Kappa key.
Immediately after graduation, Phi Beta Kappa members are not only concerned about finding employment and advancing their careers, but also continuing their education.
Please email nominations by May 8 to Jen Horneman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your and your nominee’s contact information and a brief biography of the nominee.
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.