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.
Phi Theta Kappa’s 46th Honors Institute has begun, and who better to welcome the hundreds of members, advisors and special guests to the historic city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, than two of the United States’ most prominent historical figures: Thomas Jefferson and Alexa
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
Phi Theta Kappa has received the prestigious Achievement of Excellence Award from the National Council on Student
Development (NCSD), in recognition of the Society's cumulative contributions over many years.
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.
Phi Theta Kappa Executive Director Dr. Rod Risley and other staff members presented informative breakout sessions during the recent International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence, held May 27-30 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas, and hosted by the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD).
Day Three of Phi Theta Kappa's 2012 Honors Institute carried a sports theme, with author Taylor Branch first discussing the treatment of players in the National Collegiate Athletic Association, followed by National Football League Hall of Famer Willie Lanier telling students to define themselves
The second day of Phi Theta Kappa's Honors Institute stirred emotions with the story of a journalist held in captivity and a look at capitalism in the culture of competition throughout history and in America today.
More than 450 Phi Theta Kappa members, advisors, alumni and staff kicked off the 45th Honors Institute at the University of Denver on June 18 in the most unlikely of ways given the excess of technology available today: by watching a silent movie accompanied by a live pianist.