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Phi Beta Kappa is America’s oldest collegiate honor society. Founded in 1776, its campus chapters invite for induction the most outstanding liberal arts students at America’s leading colleges and universities. The Society champions the liberal arts — the humanities, the social sciences, and the natural sciences — in higher education and in society at large.

The Gamma Chapter of Tennessee was established at Rhodes College on December 5, 1949. Our chapter was the 143rd in the nation to be chartered; there are currently 283 chapters in the United States. In addition to recognizing outstanding students and awarding the college′s highest academic honor, our chapter sponsors lectures by distinguished visiting scholars. For two years in a row (2011–13), Gamma of Tennessee has been recognized as one of the top chapters in the nation.

To give to Phi Beta Kappa, please indicate "Phi Beta Kappa" on the Rhodes Online Giving page, or contact Nicki Soulé at the Development Office: (901) 843-3740 or email <soulen@rhodes.edu>.

 

Upcoming events:

• April 25: Junior inductees announced at the Awards Convocation (Hardie Auditorium, 9:00am)

• May 9: Annual induction ceremony, including an address to new members by Dr. Ann Kingsolver ′82, the third recipient of the Peyton Nalle Rhodes Phi Beta Kappa Prize. (Hardie Auditorium, the Rollow Hall, 11:30am)

PHI BETA KAPPA ALUMNI

The national office of Phi Beta Kappa is led by Secretary John Churchill, who graduated from Rhodes College in 1971.

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