Voices and Ideas
As we enter another season of Phi Beta Kappa induction ceremonies at our 286 chapters across the country, I am struck by the relevance of our mission.
Renee Montagne (ΦBK, University of California, Berkeley, 1972) discusses her career in radio and her award-winning series "Lost Mothers."
Music therapist Katie Harrill (ΦBK, Allegheny College, 1996) always wanted to use music to help people. Her degrees in psychology and music showed her the way.
Marianne Janack, the recipient of the 2017-2018 Romanell-Phi Beta Kappa Professorship, currently serves as the John Stewart Kennedy Professor of Philosophy at Hamilton College.
University of Colorado law student Lizzy Gering (ΦBK, DePauw, 2017) is putting her legal studies on hold to spend the next year of her life on a Fulbright in Brazil.
Alain LeRoy Locke (ΦBK, Harvard, 1908) inspired generations of African Americans as the Father of the Harlem Renaissance.
For microbiologist Anne Madden (ΦBK, Wellesley College, 2006), embracing both a creative and logical mindset through the liberal arts has had a positive impact on her career.
On February 11, science journalist Emily Lakdawalla spoke to Southern California ΦBK alumni about planetary science and the latest developments in space exploration.