Events & Awards

Alumni Named Tau Beta Pi Scholars

Phi Theta Kappa alumnus Jake Gray works two jobs and takes out loans to pay for his education at Washington State University. But his burden will be eased a bit with the receipt of an engineering scholarship from Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honor society.

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.

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.

AACC Makes $10,000 Donation to New Pierce Scholarship Fund

Jackson, Mississippi – When Michelle Machado Davis was growing up in Brazil, she had to walk several miles to and from school every day — often in shoes that didn’t fit, either too small or stuffed with tissues so that she could grow into them.

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.

Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Awarded Nearly $200,000 in Scholarships

Jackson, MS – Miami Dade College student Melisa Seda attends college full-time while serving as a caregiver for her mother and working two jobs to help sustain her family.

CollegeFish.org Presents 2014 Transfer Triumph Awards

CollegeFish.org recognized 17 college transfer champions during NerdNation 2014, Phi Theta Kappa’s annual convention, held in Orlando, Florida.

Last-Minute Honors Institute Reminders

The 2014 Honors Institute is just days away! But before we meet you in St. Louis, here are some important last-minute reminders.

GEICO Baccalaureate Scholars Receive $3,000 in Scholarships

Jackson, Mississippi - Eight years ago Angie Goldszmidt was living with her family in underground shelters in Northern Israel, taking cover from Hezbollah rocket attacks.Today, after working two jobs and earning a 4.0 grade point average at Bergen Community College in New Jersey, Gol

Risley speaks at Five Commencements in Four States

As Dr.

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