Choosing a College Project

A lot of planning goes on during the summer; and as any successful Phi Theta Kappa chapter can attest, that planning should include a College Project.

Chapter Presents Honors in Action Research at Statewide Conference

For its 2013 Honors in Action project, the Upsilon Eta Chapter from Florida State College at Jacksonville-Kent Campus researched food deserts in Jacksonville.

Secrets of the 2014 Most Distinguished Chapter’s Success

Members of the 2013-2014 chapter officer team from the Alpha Zeta Omicron Chapter at Cedar Valley College in Texas left their successors a detailed, 17-point list of instructions on establishing and maintaining a successful chapter.

Divisional Team Leaders are Valuable Resources for Regions, Chapters

While any Phi Theta Kappa Headquarters staff member is willing and able to assist advisors and members, a direct line to Society programs and resources may be found in the Divisional Team Leaders.

Lecture Sponsors Make Honors Institute Possible

More than 500 Phi Theta Kappa members, advisors and alumni gathered June 16-21 at Washington University in St. Louis for the Society’s 2014 Honors Institute.

Phi Theta Kappa Appoints Five Faculty Members to Honors Program Council

Jackson, MS – Margo Hamm, Glenn Rohlfing, Dr. Christine Solomon, Dr. Melissa Weinbrenner and Dr. Johannah B. Williams have been appointed to Phi Theta Kappa's Honors Program Council. They will serve four-year terms on the council, effective July 1, 2014.

Candidate Finalists Spark Additional Giving by Oberndorf Family Foundation

Jackson, MississippiPhi Theta Kappa member Christina Urbina recently ran for Division II International Vice President, and although she was a finalist for the position, she did not win.

Have a Five Star Summer!

As your chapter officer team meets this summer, be sure to check your status in the Five Star Chapter Plan to make sure your chapter is on its way to meeting its goal.

Continue Your Phi Theta Kappa Experience in an Alumni Association

As you prepare to leave your two-year college behind, make sure you keep Phi Theta Kappa with you by joining an alumni association.

Chapters Raise Over $76,000 for American Cancer Society

The cancer diagnoses of two faculty members, one staff member and two students at Eastern Maine Community College led the Beta Beta Omicron Chapter to start a fundraising campaign for the American Cancer Society. The result? More than $15,000 collected.


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