Voices and Ideas
Once you feel reinvigorated from your summer wanderings, please consider taking some easy steps to promote the value of quality arts and sciences experiences at toolkit.pbk.org.
Earning a key symbolizes a founding American ideal that many have questioned lately: opening the doors to opportunity based on merit.
Kristen Roupenian (ΦBK, Barnard College) is making waves with an anthology of fiction, an upcoming full length novel, and an HBO series deal.
Attorney Timothy P. Benoit (ΦBK, University of Vermont) is President of the Maine Association of Phi Beta Kappa.
During her long career with the UN, Elizabeth Kassinis (ΦBK, Cornell University) helped to build bridges between academic study and real-life applications.
Former ΦBK Senator George D. Greenia has become the first American to be awarded the XXIII International Prize Grupo Compostela-Xunta de Galicia.
Alexander Bevilacqua (ΦBK, Harvard University) discusses his recent book The Republic of Arabic Letters: Islam and the European Enlightenment.
Mallory Smith (ΦBK, Stanford University) utilized her diagnosis of cystic fibrosis to both advocate for other sufferers and for the environment.