- Higher Education in the Headlines
The Phi Beta Kappa Society and the Alpha Chapter of Virginia at William & Mary hosted a discussion on the topic of higher education featuring two leaders in the field, Frederick M. Lawrence, Secretary and CEO of The Phi Beta Kappa Society, and Lynn Pasquerella, President of the Association of American Colleges and Universities.
- Jessica Lamont Awarded the Mary Isabel Sibley Fellowship for Greek Studies
Jessica Lamont (inducted Fall, 2007; W&M 2008) has been awarded the Mary Isabel Sibley Fellowship for Greek Studies. Jessica Lamont earned her PhD at Johns Hopkins and has received fellowships from the American School in Athens, the NEH and the Alexander Onassis Foundation. She is currently Asst. Prof. of Greek History and Culture at Yale. The Mary Isabel Sibley Fellowship is PBK’s second largest cash award, $20,000. The award alternates between Latin and Greek studies.
- George D. Greenia Receives the Compostela Prize
George D. Greenia is the first American to be awarded the XXIII International Prize Grupo Compostela-Xunta de Galicia.
- PBK's Homecoming
Noah Peterson (W&M and PBK May 2019) helps make the pitch for our next Apollo Room.
- Former Alpha Chapter President Robert Wilson celebrates publication of his new book
Former Alpha Chapter President Robert Wilson is celebrating the publication of his new book on PT Barnum. The book, "Barnum: An American Life", has been met with special fanfare.
- William & Mary men’s gymnastics standouts Jacopo Gliozzi and Peter Makey initiated into Alpha Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa
Gliozzi, Makey Honored as Phi Beta Kappa Initiates
- Anne Rasmussen Addresses PBK Triennial in Boston
Alpha Chapter VP Anne Rasmussen Addresses PBK 2018 Triennial in Boston
- Doug Bunch Appointed to Board of Visitors
S. Douglas Bunch, 2002 Alpha Chapter inductee, appointed to William & Mary Board of Visitors.
- New National PBK Secretary
Frederick M. Lawrence named new PBK National Secretary and CEO.
- Three New PBK Chapters Installed
The Univ. of Houston, Mercer Univ. and Oregon State Univ. shelter new chapters of PBK.
- National Arts & Sciences Initiative
Phi Beta Kappa continues to host events around the country to promote the liberal arts and sciences.