Voices and Ideas
On April 30th, the Delta of Maryland chapter of Phi Beta Kappa at McDaniel College will be hosting its first annual Student Research Symposium: A Showcase of the Liberal Arts.
Find out what Greg Eiselein (ΦBK, University of Idaho, 1986), Director of K-State First, has to say about the ways common reader programs enrich the first-year experience.
Melanie Mitchell, recognized by Phi Beta Kappa for her contributions in the sciences, is one woman who is breaking the “boys’ club” misconception of the computer science field.
Poet Elizabeth Alexander received the Joseph W. Gordon Alumni Award. Historian Joanne Freeman and geologist Brian Skinner received the William Clyde DeVane Teaching Award.
Journalist Sam Summerlin (ΦBK, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1948) experienced first-hand some of the most important events of the 20th century.
Ciara Bennese (ΦBK, Florida State University, 2016) hopes to continue with Amnesty International after graduation and aspires to a position as a Foreign Service Officer for the …
Maya Hairston joined ΦBK in her junior year at George Mason. Learn more about her plans for the future and how her liberal arts studies are vital to her outlook.
ΦBK Visiting Scholar David Weiman, professor of economics and faculty director of Barnard’s Empirical Reasoning Center, discusses the economics of mass incarceration.