Phi Theta Kappa’s Fall Common Scholarship Application includes one scholarship program — the All-USA Community College Academic Team — requiring that students be nominated for eligibility, often by their college presi
The Five Star Chapter Development Plan does much more than simply award chapters for their involvement and engagement; the plan is a roadmap for creating strong chapters, which in turn creates strong members and a robust college campus.
Phi Theta Kappa’s first Advisor Institute for Maximizing Student Success brought 75 advisors from 21 states together for a closer look at Society programs and how they lead to enhanced student and chapter success.
Kentucky Regional Coordinator Margo Hamm needed to find a way to connect the 21 chapters in her region to boost participation in the regional Honors in Action project. Not an easy feat, as the driving time from one end of the state to the other is about 10 hours.
Jackson, MS – Advisors are one of Phi Theta Kappa’s most precious resources, volunteering their time and talents to benefit local chapters and members. If a chapter is fortunate, an advisor continues to serve for as long as possible, providing the constantly changing group of me
Back-to-school time means Phi Theta Kappa chapters will soon begin extending membership invitations to a fresh crop
of eligible student scholars. To make this process more efficient, Phi Theta Kappa recently upgraded features in PAM
Jackson, MS – Professor Velda Arnaud, Business Instructor at Lane Community College in Oregon, has received Phi Theta Kappa’s first Marshall Award, which carries a stipend of $5,000 for personal leadership development. Jane H.
Captivating speakers, a cooking class and a tour of antebellum homes were on the agenda as the 2013 Faculty Scholars gathered at Phi Theta Kappa Headquarters in Jackson, Mississippi, to prepare for the
Twenty-five community college instructors have been selected from among nearly 3,000 chapter advisors to serve as Phi
Theta Kappa’s 2013 Faculty Scholars. The scholars were selected through a rigorous application process based
Jackson, MS - Professor L. Sauda Smith, Professor Lisa York, and Professor Josephine Fritts have been appointed to Phi Theta Kappa's Honors Program Council. They will serve four-year terms on the council, effective August 2012.
Jackson, MS – Outgoing Phi Theta Kappa Regional Coordinators Kay Helms, Dr. Nancy Woods and Dr. Dan Houghtaling were honored for their service during the Society’s 2012 Annual Convention April 12-14 in Nashville.
Jackson, MS – Dr. Peggy Lee LePage, a biology professor at North Hennepin Community College in Minnesota, has been selected to receive a 2012 Mosal Award, which carries a stipend of $5,000 for personal professional development.
Jackson, MS – Dr. Liesl Ward Harris, a faculty advisor from Alabama, was elected 2012-2013 Secretary of the Association of Chapter Advisors (ACA) and Kentucky faculty advisor Dan Bailey was re-elected to serve a second term on the Society’s Board of Directors during Phi Theta Kappa's 2012 Annual Convention in Nashville April 12-14.
Cindy Carbone, Dean of Arts and Sciences at Central Ohio Technical College, who serves as Phi Theta Kappa's Ohio Regional Coordinator, and Tameka Wilson, Phi Theta Kappa International President and currently a student at Hinds Community College in Raymond, Mississippi, have been appointed to serv
Phi Theta Kappa's Orlowski Scholarship Endowment, which supports annual scholarships of $1,000 for an International Officer candidate, has received a $50,000 gift from the estate of the late Dr. Mary Anne Player.