Phi Beta Kappa
Lambda of Ohio University
Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest and most respected academic honor society in the United States. Invitation to membership is a reflection of outstanding academic achievement and shows a commitment to the liberal arts and sciences and to freedom of inquiry and expression.
Phi Beta Kappa has pursued its mission of fostering and recognizing excellence in the liberal arts and sciences since 1776. The Lambda of Ohio Chapter received its charter from the national organization in 1928. Less than 10 percent of graduates from the College of Arts & Sciences and Honors Tutorial College are selected for membership.
The chapter participates in the intellectual life of Ohio University by electing individuals to undergraduate, alumni, and honorary membership, hosting annual lectures by recognized scholars, and the annual awarding of the Thomas M. Wolfe Awards for highest scholastic achievement of a third-year and graduating senior student.
President: Dr. Paul Milazzo
Ohio University alumna Nicole Willson came to the plate six times — book in hand — before she finally hit a home run. She did it her way — with a dark and scary novel she describes as “historical cosmic horror.” And she has some advice for OHIO writers getting […]Read More
Eli Wanner, who is headed to Duke Divinity School after a gap year, graduates this spring with a bucket full of memories and a true sense of accomplishment, along with a healthy dose of how to manage his time and wellbeing. Wanner is earning an Honors Tutorial College History degree […]
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Ohio University alumnus John Woods’s debut novel, Lady Chevy, was named one of the 10 Best Crime Novels of 2020 by The New York Times. Published by Pegasus Books and Simon and Schuster, it also will be translated and released in Italy and France. Woods majored in English with an […]Read More
Note: This event has been canceled. The Ohio University Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa and the Psychology Department present visiting scholar Dr. Stacey Sinclair discussing “Prejudice in the Blink of an Eye: The Science of Racial Bias” on Thursday, April 16, at noon in the Baker Center Multicultural Center, 219. Sinclair […]Read More
Mahoning Matters reports that Ohio University alum Ashley Sanchez will provide immigration legal services to the Catholic Diocese of Youngstown. YOUNGSTOWN — Through a formal agreement between two neighboring dioceses, Ashley Sanchez, immigration staff attorney with Cleveland Catholic Charities, has been assigned to provide immigration legal services to people in the […]Read More
The Ohio University chapter of Phi Beta Kappa received the Keys to Action Week Chapter Award, which includes $500 to develop future events. “We loved the way you brought students together for a wonderful on-campus pizza study break event. You also did an excellent job of centering our core theme […]
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Seven seniors from the History Department class of 2019 were inducted into national honors societies. Phi Beta Kappa: Academic Honors Society Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest U.S. national honors society for the liberal arts and sciences. Founded in 1776, it recognizes exemplary academic achievement and shows a commitment to the […]Read More
Ohio University alum the Rev. Ben Johnson ’97 wrote an op-ed headlined “The Bright Side Of Trade War With China?” in Eurasia Review. Johnson earned a B.A. in History from the College of Arts & Sciences and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Connect with Johnson on LinkedIn. Johnson […]
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Ohio University alum Alana Newman ’09 was named a visiting lecturer at Monmouth College for 2018-19, according to a Monmouth announcement. Newman earned her undergraduate degree in classical civilizations from Ohio University. She completed her graduate studies at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, receiving a master’s degree in classical […]
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Ten seniors from the History Department class of 2018 were inducted into national honors societies. Phi Beta Kappa: Academic Honors Society Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest U.S. national honors society for the liberal arts and sciences. Founded in 1776, it recognizes exemplary academic achievement and shows a commitment to the […]
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