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The primary object of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi is the recognition and promotion of superior scholarship in all fields of higher education. The Society is convinced that in recognizing and honoring those persons of good character who have excelled in scholarship, in whatever field, it will stimulate others to strive for excellence.
Established in 1897, at the University of Maine, The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi is a century-old nonprofit organization dedicated to the recognition and promotion of academic excellence in all disciplines of higher education.
With more than 900,000 members from across the globe and 282 chapters located on university campuses throughout the United States, Puerto Rico and the Philippines, Phi Kappa Phi is one of the oldest and most respected academic honor societies.
Those elected to membership in Phi Kappa Phi include the upper five-percent of last-term juniors and the upper ten-percent of seniors, along with outstanding graduate students, faculty, and alumni.
Phi Kappa Phi is an honor society, not an honorary society or fraternity. Membership is earned; it is a true honor. Phi Kappa Phi insists upon high quality in the institutions to which it grants chapters, requiring strong faculties and ample libraries. This ensures initiates are entering an organization that expects and promotes excellence.
Welcome - Welcome from the National Phi Kappa Phi President.
Membership Information - Membership information from the official web site for Phi Kappa Phi, click on the Membership link in the left side category directory.WOU Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi
Graduate Fellowship Program 2005 - 2006
The Graduate Fellowship Program reflects Phi Kappa Phi's ongoing commitment to academic excellence in higher education. The program annually provides 50 fellowships of up to $7,000 each and 30 Awards of Excellence of $1,000 each, on a competitive basis, to students for first year graduate study. Fellowship Forms
Promotion of Excellence Grant Program
The Society's newest national awards effort is the Promotion of Excellence Grant Program, designed to support projects and activities that actively promote academic excellence and are broad in scope. Promotion of Excellence Grants may be given either to support and expand worthy existing projects or to initiate new worthy programs.
Email for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Study Abroad Grant Competition
As part of its efforts to recognize and encourage academic achievement in all disciplines, The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi is pleased to sponsor this Sutdy/Internship Abroad Grant Competition. The Phi kappa Phi Board of Directors encourages qualified undergraduates in all areas of study to apply. The program is designed to help support you as you seek knowledge and experience in your academic field by studying abroad or participating in an internship abroad.
Thirty - Eight $1,000 grants are available for 2005.
For additional information, please call National Headquarters at: 1-800-804-9880 ext. 13
Chapter Scholarship and Awards
Additionally, approximately $150,000 in chapter scholarships and awards are distributed by the chapters each year. Among those recognized are outstanding undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and alumni.
Literacy Grant Program Competition - 2005
Phi Kappa Phi grants up to $2,500 to campus chapters and individual members for projects relating to literacy. The goal of this grants program is to provide an opportunity for Phi Kappa Phi chapters and members to reach out to local communities to share with them through a literacy project the "love of learning."
* Awards and Scholarship Application Packets and Information available in print at the Social Science Division Office, Humanities and Social Science Building 231A.Communications
The Phi Kappa Phi journal is a scholarly journal that is distributed quarterly to active members. Each issue of the Forum is devoted to a significant theme and addresses prominent issues of the day from an interdisciplinary perspective. National Forum
Phi Kappa Phi Newsletter
Active members of the Society receive bimonthly issues of the Phi Kappa Phi Newsletter. The Newsletter features items of interest to members on both the national and local levels, including profiles of chapters, articles by Phi Kappa Phi award winners, and timely information about national programs and activities.
Phi Kappa Phi Web Sites
Division of Social Science Sharyne Ryals (503) 838-8288 | or e-mail: email@example.com
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