2021 Annual Report

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L E GACY L I G H TS T H E WAY

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A GUIDING LIGHT

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MEMBER HIGHLIGHTS

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FINANCIAL SUMMARY


IN GRATITUDE,

Dear Friends of Phi Kappa Phi, As we begin to wrap up our current fiscal year, we want you to know that we are truly grateful for each of you. Your generosity is inspiring and helps ensure the future of our Society. We continue to fund more than $1 million annually through our award and grant programs as a direct result of donors and friends like you. We are continually amazed at how these programs exemplify the ideals that our Society holds so dearly. In the pages that follow, we invite you to meet some of the remarkable award recipients whose commitment to academic excellence and service to others encouraged them to apply for one of our awards. Their drive to succeed highlights the Society’s focus on academic excellence. Their drive to engage with the community of scholars in service to others

highlights the true impact of our Society’s mission. Thank you for your partnership in that mission and for your generosity in the stewardship of the future. On behalf of the more than 1.5 million members initiated since the Society’s founding 125 years ago, we celebrate and thank you. You truly reflect the words of Ella Baker: Give light and people will find the way. Never underestimate the difference your contributions to the Society make and the impact your generosity has on the lives of our members and students around the world. Your gifts are truly the light that helps them find their way towards exemplifying academic excellence and service to others. Your generosity makes our world a better place. Thank you!

DAN SANDWEISS, PH.D. Society President

BRADLEY R. NEWCOMER, PH.D., MBA Executive Director and CEO

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Mission

ANNIVERSARIES

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To recognize and promote academic excellence in all

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fields of higher education

Montana State University Virginia Tech

and to engage the community of scholars in

Eastern Kentucky University

service to others.

Eastern New Mexico University

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Motto

years

Florida Atlantic University Georgia Southern University Purdue University

Let the love of learning

Troy University

rule humanity.

University of Memphis University of North Alabama University of South Florida The University of Tennessee at Martin Washburn University

$907,610 21,510

NEW INITIATES

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Weber State University

GIVEN IN AWARDS AND GRANTS

281 INITIATIONS held at 255 chapters

APRIL WAS OUR BUSIEST MONTH WITH

132 INITIATIONS


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Florida Gulf Coast University (#356)

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November 8, 2021 (The chapter was originally slated to be installed in 2020 but was delayed due to COVID-19.)

Fort Myers, FL

OUR SOCIAL

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46,016 Facebook

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2.2 MILLION visits to

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PHIKAPPAPHI.ORG

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RAISED

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4,867 Instagram

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LinkedIn

Twitter

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2021 contributions

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AWARD HIGHLIGHTS

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ince the first class of Fellows in 1933, the Society’s award and grant programs have continued to light the way for members, students and organizations around the world. Because of you, doors of opportunity were opened and the path of excellence was paved. Your generous

support and continued partnership allowed us to continue our legacy of shining a light and honoring the academic and personal achievements of 304 recipients. Thank you!

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304 RECIPIENTS

$907,610 1,260 AWARDED

APPLICANTS

FELLOWSHIPS

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$35,000 1897 Fellowship

$35,000 Sherrill Carlson Fellowship

$20,000 Marcus L. Urann Fellowships

$8,500 Fellowships

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$10,000 Dissertation Fellowships

$28,610 Literacy Grants with projects in the United States, India and Ethiopia.

UP TO $1,500 Graduate Research awards

$500 Love of Learning Awards


LITTLE FREE LIBRARIES The Middle Tennessee State University Phi Kappa Phi chapter collaborated with another campus organization this fall to help spread the love of learning. With the assistance of a $1,200 Phi Kappa Phi Literacy Grant and efforts of the chapter’s student vice presidents and officers, two campus child care centers received Little Free Libraries during the fall semester. The goal of the project was to help promote the love of learning to children under the age of 5 and to improve access to books for

ALICE DELL’ERA both children and adults. “The Phi Kappa Phi motto is ‘Let the love of learning rule humanity,’ so we’re trying to encourage, of course, in order to learn you need to be able to read,” said project director Sandra Campbell. Some books were purchased new and others were donated via a book drive. Users of the Little Free Libraries are free to borrow or take books as well as make contributions. Nathan Wahl, a chapter student vice president, helped construct each library calling the libraries an “opportunity for discovery.”

2021 GRADUATE RESEARCH RECIPIENT

“It is an honor to receive the 2021 Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Research Grant. Not only does this award offer an invaluable support for my research project, but it also represents for me a warm encouragement and a reminder that, with unwavering dedication, we can move closer to our goals and dreams.”

KELSEY KEITH 2021 FELLOW

IGNITING EXCELLENCE Phi Kappa Phi’s Love of Learning Awards are designed to help fund post-baccalaureate professional development for active Phi Kappa Phi members, including graduate or professional studies, doctoral dissertations, continuing education, travel related to teaching and research, career development and more. Aaron Ragsdale, a music professor at South Dakota State University and 2021 award recipient, used the funds to continue his professional development by attending an international percussion conference — one of the largest gatherings of percussion educators,

performers and professionals devoted to furthering the percussive arts and education. As a devoted educator, Ragsdale says his professional goals lie “largely in inspiring my students to be lifelong learners in their field and preparing them to pass on the enthusiasm they bring to their chosen field of study on to their subsequent students.” Ragsdale was initiated in 2016 at SDSU. “The Love of Learning Award program has allowed me to continue my professional development across venues that might otherwise fall outside the scope of support from my institution,” said Ragsdale. “The best part of Phi Kappa Phi is its continued commitment to supporting its community of leaders and learners.”

“Graduating college is an intimidating milestone in any year. Graduating college in the wake of a pandemic is its own beast entirely. With this Fellowship, I have the security of support. I am so grateful to have a community who believes in me and teaches me to believe in myself.”

ANDRE CHIANG

2021 LOVE OF LEARNING RECIPIENT

“Phi Kappa Phi provides access for different kinds of learning through the Love of Learning Award. Since it is not limited in scope, it has allowed me to further my pursuits in the field through many different avenues.”

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LEGACY LIGHTS

From the naming of the first class of Phi K appa Phi Fellows almost 90 years ago, the Society ’s award and grant programs have evolved significantly, and 2021 was no different with the addition of four new Bond Fellowships — named for lifelong donors of Phi K appa Phi, Vic toria and L.D. Bond.

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The Bond Fellowships enabled the Society to increase its signature initiative from $615,000 to nearly $650,000 awarded annually to members in their first year of graduate study. The Bond Fellowships reflect the life’s work and generosity of Victoria and L.D. Bond. Two Victoria Lynn Bond fellowships support the top-scoring nominees in the arts, music and/or literature. Two L.D. Bond Fellowships recognize the top-scoring nominees in the fields of mathematics or information technology. “Because my special interests are music and humanities, and L.D.’s are in math and information technology, we have directed that our planned gift help students pursuing advanced degrees in those fields,” Victoria Bond said in her 2006 Forum interview. Victoria Bond was initiated at Wichita State University in 2002 as a graduate student. Her first reaction on being invited to join the Society was joy, then disbelief. “My first thought was: ‘This is wonderful!’ But then I feared there must have been some mistake, for I was not a traditional student,” Bond said in her 2006 interview. Victoria and L.D.

embraced Phi Kappa Phi’s motto: “Let the love of learning rule humanity,” which included the generous support of the Society’s Fellowship program. In 2020, Phi Kappa Phi said goodbye to its faithful friends Victoria and L.D. Bond. Victoria Bond died on July 15 at 76 and L.D. Bond died Nov. 5 at 89. Despite their passing, the legacy of the Bonds will remain alive and well at the Society. “We feel very humbled knowing that we shall live through eternity through a fellowship bearing our names, knowing that long after we are gone, we shall be helping people realize their education and career dreams.” The Bonds have paved the path to excellence for many members to come. “I am truly honored to receive the Bond Fellowship. This will alleviate the financial burden of graduate school and allow me to focus all my efforts on my studies without worry. I hope to honor the memories of Victoria and L.D. Bond by excelling at my studies in the arts and working towards a successful career,” said Nicole Jowett, 2021 Bond Fellow.

VICTORIA AND L.D. BOND, PICTURED IN THE CENTER

the Way


WE FEEL VERY HUMBLED KNOWING THAT WE SHALL LIVE THROUGH ETERNITY THROUGH A FELLOWSHIP BEARING OUR NAMES, KNOWING THAT LONG AFTER WE ARE GONE, WE SHALL BE HELPING PEOPLE REALIZE THEIR EDUCATION AND CAREER DREAMS.


ILLUSTRATING

Leslie King spent her childhood illustrating hundreds of stories for fun, usually on the back of paper rec ycled from her father ’s office, but the idea of becoming a professional ar tist didn’t happen until her first year of college during a summer darkroom photography class. “ The processes of chemistr y, light and latent image held so much magic for me, I could not get enough hours with my camera or darkroom time,” said King.

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King switched her major from anthropology and transferred to Shepherd University, a small college with a strong photography program. After undergrad she began to pursue a master’s in fine art at Radford University, where she was initiated as a Phi Kappa Phi member, and that is when she discovered the full potential of image making. The rest was history. A 2021 Graduate Research Grant recipient, King used the funds to bring her vision to life — turning her studio art project and thesis, “Postcards from the Pandemic: A Pulaski Memoir,” into a traveling exhibition and book. “This is more than a series of fine art photographic prints — it is a chronicle of the visual and experiential moments of living in Appalachia during the COVID-19 pandemic. This creative research project brings together the collective consciousness of community,” she said. The project explores methods of photopolymer gravure printmaking, storytelling and community art while maintaining traditional research on historical perspectives of photography during the 1918 pandemic. “This series, steeped in historic process aesthetics, is

an homage to the Photo Secessionists, and some may see it as a subconscious comparison of the 1918 pandemic and life in the coronavirus period,” said King. With funds from the Graduate Research Grant, King has been able to showcase her project throughout Virginia’s museums and art centers, such as Piedmont Arts and the William King Art Museum. “I hope the series will foster a sense of nostalgia among my viewers, helping to [validate] the human condition we are all experiencing, and inspire others to express their experiences through art,” she said. King is beyond grateful for the opportunity she has been provided through the Society. “Phi Kappa Phi has provided me with so much beyond the funding to help realize my artistic vision. It has given me a sense of validation,” she said. “Art and creative enterprises are often subjective — in one space you may win first prize in a juried show, or you may get a rejection notice for the same work. This award gave me confidence to carry on with the project and to share it with a wider audience beyond my university.”

LESLIE KING

Light


PHI KAPPA PHI HAS PROVIDED ME WITH SO MUCH BEYOND THE FUNDING TO HELP REALIZE MY ARTISTIC VISION. IT HAS GIVEN ME A SENSE OF VALIDATION.


A GUIDING

The many friends of Phi K appa Phi have paved the path of oppor tunity for thousands of members through our award and grant programs. Wendell McKenzie is one of those special friends.

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McKenzie, who was initiated in 1969 at North Carolina State University as a graduate student, said there was never a doubt in his mind that he would accept the invitation into Phi Kappa Phi. “I knew membership was a distinct honor and acknowledgement of academic development and success,” he said. At the time McKenzie accepted membership, he was being recruited to join the faculty at NC State, where he continued his career with the genetics faculty for nearly 40 years. During that time, along with his family, he participated in a six-month sabbatical in Sweden. “This ‘study abroad’ was a wonderful international experience for all of us,” he said. So much so that upon his retirement in 2011, McKenzie and his wife, Georgie McKenzie, established a Phi Kappa Phi endowment to support a study abroad student annually. “We continue to happily fund that endowment.”

McKenzie, who first became active at the chapter level, then a national board member, including Society president, humbly says that the real blessing is being able to meet and learn about the enriching experiences of the McKenzie Study Abroad Grant recipients. Every member, friend and donor of Phi Kappa Phi is a part of the legacy our founder Marcus L. Urann started 125 years ago. When asked what kind of legacy McKenzie would like to leave behind, he recalled being asked that question several years ago and being dumfounded because it was not something he had thought of. Now reflecting again, McKenzie says, “I think my role has been that of a member of a perpetual relay team. Receive the baton, carry it for a meaningful time, pass it on to the successor and so forth, all the while making positive strides. I like to think I was more about process and progress than legacy.”

GEORGIE AND WENDELL MCKENZIE

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I THINK MY ROLE HAS BEEN THAT OF A MEMBER OF A PERPETUAL RELAY TEAM. RECEIVE THE BATON, CARRY IT FOR A MEANINGFUL TIME, PASS IT ON TO THE SUCCESSOR AND SO FORTH, ALL THE WHILE MAKING POSITIVE STRIDES. I LIKE TO THINK I WAS MORE ABOUT PROCESS AND PROGRESS THAN LEGACY.


SOCIETY HIGHLIGHTS

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ore than 325 chapters in the United States, its territories and the Philippines.

active members

issues of the award-winning Forum

CIRCLE OF

EXCELLENCE

This year, the program recognized 74 chapters, including:

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CHARLOTTE WADE, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH GEORGIA CHAPTER PAST PRESIDENT

“My favorite part about volunteering with Phi Kappa Phi is participating in induction ceremonies and seeing the pride on the faces of the students and their guests as we celebrate their achievements.”

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C O R P O R AT E PA R T N E R S NEW PARTNERS IN 2021

DIMITRIA COOK, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LOVE OF LEARNING COMMITTEE

“I volunteer because the Phi Kappa Phi motto is more than a motto to me. It is how I view my life. I am always learning. Being in service to others allows me to live and serve from the space of empathy and embracing equity. I always strive to ‘Let the love of learning rule humanity.’ ”

ROGER GOLD, SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY CHAPTER SECRETARY

“Phi Kappa Phi is a celebration of learning, a recognition of accomplishment and an opportunity to engage with a community of scholars who truly believe that scholarship is the basis for unity and the hope for a brighter future.”

JENNIFER FULLER, THE UNIVERSITY OF TULSA LOVE OF LEARNING COMMITTEE

provides exclusive financial solutions to members

exclusive savings and refinance options for recent graduates and parents

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“I received a Love of Learning Grant early in my career, and it was an incredible chance to connect my research with others. I serve because I enjoy being able to pass similar opportunities on to others and pay forward the experiences that were given to me.”


SOW A SEED OF EXCELLENCE Since 2019, the Council of Students has hosted the Fall Service Project — an initiative encouraging chapters to positively impact their communities through service projects. The Mississippi State University chapter, alongside the university’s Wildlife Society and Forestry Club participated this year by spearheading a beautification project on their campus. More than 25 students and faculty members worked to clear old plant materials and establish more than $3,000 worth of new shrubs and perennials around a campus building. Participants also learned proper plant identification, how to pair plants with planting sites and the techniques for establishing native plant communities.

EXCEL X3 Phi Kappa Phi brought home three national awards for its marketing and publishing efforts at the 41st Annual AM&P Network EXCEL Awards. The awards recognize excellence and leadership in nonprofit association media, publishing, marketing and communications. The Society garnered a gold award in the Promotional Content – Annual Report category for its 2019 Annual Report. The report, titled “Realizing a Dream,” featured a stunning design with photos and infographics, stories of Phi Kappa Phi award winners and members, chapter happenings and much more. Also, in the Promotional Content division, the Society’s annual awards mailer, titled “Reaching New Heights,” won a bronze award in the Direct Mail – Single Piece category. The awards mailer is distributed to upwards of 1,200 stakeholders and used throughout the year to promote the Society’s robust award and grant programs which distribute more than $1 million annually. With a tradition of winning EXCEL Awards for its quarterly magazine, the Forum, this year was no different. Phi Kappa Phi took home a bronze award in the Magazine – Editorial/Opinion category for “Second Thoughts on Second Thoughts,” an essay written by Derek Furr in the fall 2020 edition about teaching during the pandemic. The competition, which is open to nonprofit and for-profit associations, annually draws hundreds of contestants from around the nation. This year, 240 awards were presented across 82 categories.

CHAPTER SPOTLIGHT The chapter at California State UniversityFresno gained student attention with a clever and timely pumpkin painting event this past fall. This was the chapter’s first in-person campus event since the start of the pandemic. With more than 40 students in attendance, each participant learned about Phi Kappa Phi, enjoyed some sweet treats and got to let their creativity shine while painting pumpkins. “Everyone who stopped by and participated left with a smile on their faces. Several students thanked us profusely and said this made their day,” said Debra Neufeld, chapter secretary. Throughout the year, the Fresno State chapter engages with its campus student

body to increase the Society’s visibility. In November 2021, the chapter was recognized by the national office for its work and was named a 2021-2022 Platinum Chapter. “We are honored to be recognized with Phi Kappa Phi’s highest award as it shows that our chapter is contributing to the life of our university in positive ways,” said chapter president Chuck Radke. Neufeld says the chapter hopes to continue the pumpkin event and make it an annual experience.

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MEMBER HIGLIGHTS

IN THE NEWS TANISHQ ABRAHAM (University of CaliforniaDavis) was named one of the 50 finalists for the inaugural Global Student Prize worth $100,000. The 18-yearold Sacramento native and fourthyear Ph.D. candidate joined Phi Kappa Phi when he was 14 years old.

CHARLOTTE HINGER (Fort Hays State University) was inducted into the Colorado Authors Hall of Fame. Her latest novel, The Healer’s Daughter, won a Kansas Notable Book Award and a Will Rogers Silver Medallion, and was a finalist for the High Plains Book Award.

BROOKE HURSH (Florida Institute of Technology) was named a 2021 Astronaut Scholar by the Astronaut

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Scholarship Foundation. The recognition signifies she is among the top STEM students in the country.

LESIA L. CRUMPTONYOUNG (Tennessee State University) has been named president of Texas Southern University. She joins TSU from her most recent post as provost and senior vice president for academic affairs and chief academic officer at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland.

WENDY LAWRENCE (United States Naval Academy) was honored by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs as its featured Veteran of the Day. Lawrence’s lifelong accomplishments as a pilot, astronaut, teacher and more were highlighted on March 1 to launch the VA’s monthlong celebration of Women’s History Month.

IT IS NEVER TOO LATE As full-time parents and employees, going to graduate school wasn’t the easiest task for Catherine and Jeremiah “JJ” McDaniel, but in the end, the achievement was well worth it. The balance between work, school and parenting led to many late nights and early mornings to complete assignments. “We were each other’s motivation, support and inspirations,” said Catherine McDaniel. Catherine and JJ obtained their master’s degrees from the University of Maryland Global Campus, where they both held a 4.0 GPA and were initiated into Phi Kappa Phi. Catherine graduated in human resource management and JJ in acquisitions and supply chain management. “Phi Kappa Phi is highly revered and it was a goal from day one to get that recognition. Once we started our master’s degree journey, it turned into a fun competition between the two of us to see who could obtain the better GPA,” said Catherine McDaniel. When asked what advice she would give parents who are thinking of going back to graduate school, Catherine says not to be scared, ask for help and establish good relationships with your professors. “I want my boys to know that mom and dad worked really hard to achieve a great goal. That through a pandemic, work and the million other directions we were pulled into, we were able to push ourselves to overcome everything.” The McDaniels are high school sweethearts, have been married for 10 years and currently reside in Herndon, Virginia, with their two sons, Jacob, 7, and Logan, 3.


WE ASKED OUR MEMBERS

WHY THEY JOINED PHI KAPPA PHI? OCTAVIANO MERECIAS-CUEVAS OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

LIKE FATHER, LIKE DAUGHTER—

A PHI KAPPA PHI LEGAC Y

Although they attended different colleges, decades apart, Dennis and Grace Majewski have a proud moment that few parents and children share — they are both Phi Kappa Phi members. After Grace’s recent induction at St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wisconsin, her father thought back to when he was welcomed into the Society. “It was a privilege to be inducted into Phi Kappa Phi when I completed my undergraduate degree. Now my daughter gets to share in the same experience, becoming a member of this prestigious honor society; and sharing this recognition with her dad,” said Dennis Majewski. Dennis Majewski recalled his college journey in the 1970s. Early on, a clerical error on his

high school transcript resulted in multiple rejections from universities and junior colleges alike. After resolving the issue and diving into communications and broadcasting at Western Illinois University, he graduated as a proud Phi Kappa Phi member with honors. “It is a particular honor for me to become a member because of an early obstacle I had to overcome,” he said. He continued his education at WIU, earning a master’s degree in 1980. When it was time for Grace Majewski to choose a school, Dennis Majewski was happy to see her pick one with a Phi Kappa Phi chapter. Now, as she earns her bachelor’s degree in music education, she also joins the ranks of top scholars who are proud Society members. In addition to having his daughter as a fellow member, Dennis Majewski also appreciates other perks of active membership. “One of the benefits I enjoy most about the membership is the Forum quarterly magazine. I find the articles enlightening and thoughtful,” he said. “It is always good to read about what is happening with other members of the society and with Phi Kappa Phi.”

“I joined Phi Kappa Phi because I wanted to mentor, volunteer, share and learn from the experience and wisdom of others.”

SARAH MCWILLIAMS UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA

“I joined Phi Kappa Phi because I wanted to stay connected with scholars and peers from other disciplines. It has been a great way to collaborate with a wide range of individuals from different disciplines.”

AKINTONDE ABBAS THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHARLOTTE

“I joined Phi Kappa Phi because of the opportunity to engage with and impact my community beyond the scope of my core academic work.”

SANA AHMED SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY

“I joined The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi because I believe in the Society’s mission as well as our motto: ‘Let the love of learning rule humanity.’ ”

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R AYS O F L I G H T

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he successes of Phi Kappa Phi illustrated in this report would not be possible without you. Because

of your generosity the Society was able to expand upon its mission to recognize and promote academic excellence in 2021. Donors like you are the best example of the community of scholars and friends who make up Phi Kappa Phi. On behalf of the 1.5 million members of Phi Kappa Phi, thank you for helping us be a bright light.

1897 SOCIETY David Baker Colorado State University Victoria Bond* Wichita State University Ruth Brasher Brigham Young University Keith Capp University of Southern California Richard Cochran Oklahoma State University

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$1,000 OR MORE

PLATINUM SCHOLARS GOLD SCHOLARS SILVER SCHOLARS BRONZE SCHOLARS

$500-$999 $250-$499 $100-$249 $50-$99

University listed indicates Phi Kappa Phi chapter of affiliation. * indicates deceased

We have made every effort to ensure this list is inclusive and accurate. If your name has been inadvertently omitted or displayed incorrectly, we sincerely apologize for the error. Please contact us at execdirector@phikappaphi.org so we may update our records.

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Jonathan Davies University of Louisiana at Monroe William Dove North Carolina State University Martha Frost SUNY Plattsburgh Doreen Gee University of Southern California Kent Gonser United States Military Academy John Harman Clemson University Gerald Houston Northwestern State University of Louisiana John Krause Pennsylvania State University Rodney Lawrence University of Southern California

Barbara Maidment Oregon State University James Munkres Nebraska Wesleyan University Lee Randall The University of Mississippi G. Sterner Pennsylvania State University Mary Todd Marshall University

PLATINUM SCHOLARS Helene Aardema Pennsylvania State University Harry Blevins Jr. East Tennessee State University Kathy Charleston Longwood University Jaclyn Cutler University of Southern California MaryAnn Davis* University of Louisville Paul Dlabal Jr. The University of Texas at Austin Mary Ann Dworak Montclair State University Deborah Erickson University of Kentucky Cheryl Gunter Iowa State University Karen Heine United States Naval Academy John Hribar* Member at Large

Dong Hyun Jeong The University of North Carolina at Charlotte Ray Kahler University of Puget Sound Royal Lachasse California State University, Los Angeles Gerald Leischuck Auburn University Kenneth Loveless Clemson University Robert Mitarotonda University of North Florida Grover Outland III Virginia Military Institute Daniel Phillips University of Illinois at Chicago Orville Plum Montana State University C. Hope Poindexter Pennsylvania State University John Rabatin California State University, Los Angeles Patricia Rischar Western Illinois University Diane Smathers Clemson University James Soules Texas Tech University Roger Stout Arizona State University William Terrell Wichita State University


Veda Ward California State University, Northridge Tom Woodard Louisiana State University

GOLD SCHOLARS Fred Addison University of Georgia Lucius Adkins Jr. University of Georgia Jane Aldrich University of Florida Thomas Ankeny Arizona State University Monica Arroyo Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico

Edward Domning University of California-Davis

Brad Jewell Member at Large

Jane Donawerth University of Maryland, College Park

Frances Keech MCPHS University

Richard Edwards University of North Texas Benjamin Eldred Missouri University of Science and Technology Joseph Elliott Missouri University of Science and Technology Daniel Faletti University of California-Davis Freddie Fenster University of Southern California Richard Ford Weber State University

Virginia Kern Iowa State University Jeannine Klos University of Central Florida William Knight University of Houston-Victoria Monika Kratzmann Northeastern University Connie Lamb Brigham Young University Lequan Lee Fordham University Kathe Mitchell Brigham Young University

Yaw Asamoah Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Martha Gilbreath The University of Texas at Austin

Christopher Monte The University of Tennessee at Martin

Susan Audino Hood College

Roderick Hart Pennsylvania State University

Donald Mrozek Kansas State University

Maureen Barrett University of Florida

Takeo Hokama University of Hawaii

William Mulligan Jr. Murray State University

Michael Bearb Lamar University

Richard Holland University of West Alabama

Traci Navarre Southeastern Louisiana University

Louise Bookman University of Rhode Island

C. Holmes Michigan State University

Sharon Nickols University of Georgia

John Briesemeister University of Wisconsin-Platteville

Alan Hovestadt Western Michigan University

Marion Nobrega The University of Toledo

Jennifer Bucki Butler University

Hillary Hutchinson The University of Texas at Austin

Marjorie Norquist University of Rhode Island

Janice Calomiris Virginia Tech

David Irwin Pennsylvania State University

Patricia O’Leary Delta State University

Armand Cantafio University of Bridgeport

Margaret Jefferson California State University, Los Angeles

Neil Opfer Washington State University

Marcus Urann Society Named for the student founder of Phi Kappa Phi, the Marcus Urann Society includes members who have provided for the Society in their estate plans.

L.D.* & VICTORIA BOND* RUTH E. BRASHER DARRELL BRATTON AGATHA BURNETT* R. SHERRILL CARLSON* MILDRED CHAMBERS JANICE DELLAR* FLORENCE DOWLING* KATHLEEN GREEY* LOUISE GUILD* WALTER* & ADELHEID HOHENSTEIN* HELEN LOW* MARGARET MCAFEE* TIMOTHY R. RAU* ROBERT & CAROL ROGOW MARJORIE SCHOCH* RICK A. SHALE* If you have provided for Phi Kappa Phi in your estate plan, or wish to, please contact bjewell@phikappaphi.org. * indicates deceased

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George Orr Colorado State University

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Lois Otanez California State University, Dominguez Hills Lisa Paul Eastern New Mexico University

Stanley Tokarz Jr. University of Maryland, College Park Leland Vail California State University, Long Beach Leon Vermilya San Jose State University

Alexandra Arisa Texas Tech University

Charles Barlow Jr. University of Southern California

Paula Arvedson California State University, Los Angeles

Mary Barrett The University of Mississippi

George Aschenbrenner Villanova University

Helen Peck* Louisiana State University

Larry White Mississippi State University

Jana Asher Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania

Charles Ponte West Virginia University

Wiley Wilson III San Jose State University

Rebecca Atencio-Hunter Eastern New Mexico University

SILVER SCHOLARS

John Atkins North Carolina State University

I FEEL HONORED TO BE ONE OF THE RECIPIENTS OF THE LOVE OF LEARNING AWARD. IT GOES A LONG WAY TO EASE SOME OF THE FINANCIAL BURDEN I FACE AS A STUDENT AND IT ALSO SERVES AS A PAT ON THE BACK FOR ALL MY EFFORTS IN ENSURING THAT I SUCCEED IN MY EDUCATION.

George Randels Jr. University of the Pacific

OLUFADEKE ADENIYI Love of Learning recipient

John Tielking Texas A&M University

Vickie Rauser Montana State University Steven Rock Western Illinois University Stephen Ruger The University of North Carolina at Charlotte Rick Shale* Youngstown State University David Silva Salem State University Gregory Smith California State University, Long Beach Lila Stevens University of Maine Robert Thresher Colorado State University

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Barbara Aaron University of Maryland, College Park

Donald Atkinson Weber State University Matthew Avery-Young Jacksonville University

Hector Acosta New Mexico State University

John Avila The University of Texas at Austin

Beni Adeniji California State University, Fresno

Ivan Ayala University of Maryland Global Campus

Pankaj Agrrawal University of Maine Anson Albree Auburn University at Montgomery Omar Ali The University of North Carolina at Greensboro Mahalley Allen California State University, Chico

Kevin Baaske California State University, Los Angeles Julius Babb Clemson University Raymond Baggett Murray State University

R. Elaine Allrich University of Central Missouri

Margaret Bamber University of Maryland Global Campus

Mark Amaya Purdue University

Mike Bantuveris University of Wisconsin-Madison

Kristen Barth Arkansas State University Andrzej Bartke Southern Illinois University Carbondale Brenda Bartz University of Wisconsin-Madison Loren Becker Kansas State University Richard Beckwell University of Maryland, College Park Linda Beechener University of Maryland, College Park George Behrakis Northeastern University George Bekic University of Massachusetts Monique Belli Mississippi State University Donna Bender Washburn University Thomas Bennett University of Florida Paula Bennett Pennsylvania State University W. Alan Benson Missouri University of Science and Technology Georgia Bernheim Northern Arizona University


Nancy Bishop California State University, Northridge

Sid Bostic South Dakota State University

Joseph Burmeister California State University, Fresno

Joseph Cipriano University of Massachusetts

Carolyn Creamer Central Michigan University

Maurice Bouvier Jr. Louisiana State University

Robert Burnley Virginia Commonwealth University

Linda Clapp University of Missouri

Cheryl Creecy University of Minnesota

Bege Bowers Youngstown State University

Lucinda Burton University of Southern California

Carol Clark University of Georgia

Mark Box The University of Kansas

Paul Cardali University of Miami

Mark Clarke University of Houston

Rita Creel California State University, Long Beach

Curtis Black The University of Toledo

Anna-Maria Bradley San Diego State University

Edouard Carignan Member at Large

Thomas Clement Auburn University at Montgomery

G. Lansing Blackshaw Member at Large

Vera Brissman St. Catherine University

Kelli A. Carlton The University of Texas at Austin

Janet Clements The Ohio State University

Wilson Crider California State Polytechnic University

Joy Bland Arizona State University

Dorothy Helen Brittin Texas Tech University

William Clements Arkansas State University

Carrie Crone Snieder Iowa State University

Leland Blank Texas A&M University

Ronald Brown California State University, Long Beach

John Carman University of Maryland Global Campus

Michael Colacicco United States Military Academy

Madison Crouch Auburn University

Jennifer Collins California State University, Los Angeles

Thomas Csrnko Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Harrison Bittenbender George Mason University Thomas Bizzell The University of Southern Mississippi

Nancy Blattner Fontbonne University

Richard Carr Eastern New Mexico University

Alva Brownfield III University of Alabama at Birmingham

Gregory Carter Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Charles Bruch University of Wyoming

Romao Caruso Rochester Institute of Technology

David Bruning University of Louisville

Daniel Casaletto Northeastern University

Peter Bryant Mercer University

Lesley Casarez Angelo State University

James Buckner University of Louisville

E. Case University of Central Missouri

Susan Bunch University of Louisville

Dorothy Castle Texas Woman's University

Kambra Bolch Texas State University

Patricia Burgess North Carolina State University

Nancy Castle Northern Illinois University

Thomas Booth California State University, Northridge

Ronald Burgess Georgia State University

Mildred Chambers Oregon State University

Martin Burke University of Montana

Fu-Lien Chang Cal Poly State University

Frank Blechschmidt University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Tonia Bloom California State University, Fresno Roger Blumer University of Wisconsin-Madison Carlee Boccacci Oklahoma State University Donna Bock Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Nancy Borel Ellis North Carolina State University

Jane Ann Colmer-Hamood Texas Tech University Jerry Conner Virginia Commonwealth University Bruce Conway Old Dominion University Nancy Cook University of Alaska Fairbanks Lauretta Cooper Auburn University Larry Copeland Jr. Marymount University Brian Corbin Youngstown State University Richard Crawford Louisiana State University

Kerry Creelman University of Houston

Nadia Curcio Southern Oregon University Molly Curnyn Wayne State College Margaret Dale University of Houston Shane Darrah Columbus State University Stuart Davidson The University of Utah William Davie University of Louisiana at Lafayette Cynthia Davis University of Arizona Deborah Davis East Carolina University James Davis San Diego State University

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Joseph Davis Clemson University

Nancy Fenn Auburn University at Montgomery

Pauline Gagne University of New Hampshire

Christal Gordon University of WisconsinMadison

Michael Dumont University of Delaware

Sean Fetherston Weber State University

Carol Gard Bradley University

Patricia Eargle Member at Large

Linda Fialkoff Montclair State University

Mike Deal University of Bridgeport

Grace Edwards Georgia State University

James Deboard California State University, Los Angeles

William Edwards Jr. University of Georgia

William Finch Pennsylvania State University

Cheryl Garmon The University of Texas at Tyler

Margaret Gordon California State University, Dominguez Hills

Robert Davis Michigan State University Terita Davis University of Maryland, College Park

THE HONOR SOCIETY OF PHI KAPPA PHI PROMOTES INNOVATION AMONGST ALL ITS MEMBERS. AS A RECIPIENT OF THE GRADUATE RESEARCH GRANT, I AM HONORED TO BE PART OF A COMMUNITY OF SCHOLARS THAT ENCOURAGES ITS MEMBERS TO SUCCEED AND PROVIDES THEM WITH THE SUPPORT NEEDED TO DO SO. STEPHANIE MEYERS Dissertation Fellow

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Edward Dube Pennsylvania State University

Nellie Derise University of Louisiana at Lafayette Fabbian Detweiler California State University, Fresno Merton Dewitt Drury University Dorothy Dickieson Alfred University Joel Digirolamo Kansas State University John Dodd Fordham University Marvin Dodd Member at Large Nancy Dowell Oklahoma State University Constance Drogoul Bickson Fordham University Geary Drost Oregon State University

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Laurie Ellison University of Central Florida Betty Eng Lee Fordham University Angel Enwemadu Brenau University Kathryn Ervin California State University, San Bernardino Jennifer Evans Hood College David Ezell Ithaca College John Fagan The University of Oklahoma Joyce Falk University of Southern California Dock Farrell II Austin Peay State University Timothy Felthouse University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Jerome Finkel University of Southern California Paul Finnegan Texas Tech University Aleta Fisher University of South Florida

James Garrett The University of Texas at Austin Kristen Gavigan Texas A&M University Gregory Geeting California State University, Sacramento

Allison Graham College of Charleston Maude GranthamRichards The University of New Mexico Bonita Green Texas Woman’s University Denise Greene University of Connecticut

Harold Flint Montclair State University

Camille George New Mexico State University

Monica Forbes University of Central Florida

Linda Gerardy California State University, Long Beach

Bobby Freeman Murray State University

Richard Gettys Jr. Clemson University

Carolyn Grimes Ohio University

John Freeman Jr. North Carolina State University

Corinne Giagnorio Elmhurst University

Daphyne Grimsley Old Dominion University

Christiane Gilbert Texas Woman’s University

John Grimsley Old Dominion University

Meredith Gildrie Austin Peay State University

James Grover The University of Texas at Arlington

Kelly Freund The University of Mississippi Samuel Friedel University of Maryland, College Park Ellen Friedman Montclair State University Lisa Fusillo Texas Woman’s University

Daniel Goelzer University of WisconsinMadison Sherita Golden University of Maryland, College Park

Ruth Green-Waite Youngstown State University Alison Gregory Marymount University Thomas Griffith Kansas State University

William Grubb Member at Large Jessica Guillotte University of Florida Linda Gush Russell Sage College


Michael Hagen University of Kentucky

Jon Harris Lamar University

Laura Hendrickson Washington State University

Hubert Howard Jr. University of Georgia

Joanne Iskiwitch Miami University

Robert Hajny Radford University

Debra Harrison University of Maryland, College Park

Leland Hendrix Brigham Young University

Carol Sue Howe The University of Toledo

Ralph Iwens University of Florida

Nancy Henry University of Lynchburg

Dan Hruza University of Nebraska at Omaha

Melissa Iyoyo University of North Florida

Jonathan Henson Eastern Kentucky University

Fern Hunt The Ohio State University

Daniel Jackson Purdue University

Mary Ann Hergert Florida Atlantic University

Woodley Hunt The University of Texas at Austin

William Jackson Oregon State University

Beverley Hammond The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Mary Anne Hanley The Univ. of Texas-Medical Branch at Galveston

Joan Hartung University of Missouri-Kansas City Dena Hartzell University of Nevada, Las Vegas Margaret Hattori-Uchima University of Guam

Keri Jarvis The University of Kansas

PHI KAPPA PHI’S DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIP IS AN INCREDIBLE HONOR THAT WILL ALLOW ME TO ADVANCE MY DOCTORAL RESEARCH. THE GENEROUS FUNDING THAT COMES WITH THE FELLOWSHIP PROVIDES CRITICAL FINANCIAL SUPPORT THAT I NEED TO COMPLETE MY WORK AND DO IT WELL, AND IT WILL SET ME UP FOR SUCCESS AS I ENTER THE ACADEMIC JOB MARKET. I AM INCREDIBLY THANKFUL AND HONORED TO RECEIVE THIS FELLOWSHIP! ANTON L.V. AVANCENA, Dissertation Fellow Eleonore Hansen Bradley University

Alice Hawes University of Maine

Charles Hintz University of Arizona

Stephen Hupp Virginia Military Institute

Stephanie Hardee-Pruitt Florida Institute of Technology

Marilyn Heard-Sakhaee Texas Woman’s University

Anne Huston University of Lynchburg

David Hardy The University of Alabama

Timothy Hearn University of Maryland Global Campus

John Hodges University of Maryland, College Park

Edgar Harras Member at Large Anthony Harrington Campbell University

Ronald Hodgson Member at Large

Amie Heatherton Boise State University

Judy Holmes Northern Arizona University

James Heitman Southeastern Louisiana University

Janet Hovey-Johnson South Dakota State University

Henry Hutcheson University of West Georgia Jonathan Hutchison Northern Illinois University Charles Ihle University of Wisconsin-Madison

Renee Jefferson The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina Agnes Jenkins University of Louisville Anthony Jenkins University of Maryland, Eastern Shore Bruce Jenkins The University of Utah Erik Johansson University of Arizona Kelsey Johns University of Louisiana at Monroe Arthur Johnson University of Maryland, College Park Danette Johnson West Virginia Wesleyan College Mark Johnston The University of New Mexico Christian Jones Michigan State University

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Robert Jones Utah State University

William Kose Ohio Northern University

Janet Laston Cal Poly State University

Loretta Loftus University of South Florida

Edward Manley University of Southern Maine

David Joos Weber State University

Anusha Kotapalli Purdue University

Douglas Lawrence Michigan State University

DeEtte Lombard Kansas State University

Ada Marin San Diego State University

Patricia Junio Kean University

John Krezoski University of Michigan

Terrence Leas Florida State University

John Lopez New Mexico State University

Scott Markel University of Minnesota

Jeffrey Kaczmarczyk Virginia Tech

Alan Kuczynski University of Miami

Mary Anne Legarski Michigan State University

Mark Lorenti Augusta University

Leslie Marsh University of Nebraska at Kearney

Siddharth Kantroo Pennsylvania State University

Elaine Kuehn Oregon State University

Matt Leicester Virginia Commonwealth University

Mary Love Mississippi State University

Angela Martin University of Georgia

Judy Karinen California State University, Long Beach

Daisy Kuhn California State University, Northridge

Dee-Ann Leone University of Missouri

Carey Loveland Michigan State University

Gertrude Martin Elmhurst University

Ching Y. Keiser Northeastern University

Carl Kulp Jr. The University of Kansas

Curtis Leseman Cal Poly State University

Marion Lucas Western Kentucky University

Mary Keller Virginia Tech

Gideon Kwarteng Marymount University

Reuben Leslie The University of Texas at Austin

Holger Luther Pennsylvania State University

Henry Martinez California State University, Los Angeles

Tracy Keller University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Charles Lace University of Wyoming

Laura Leso University of Rhode Island

Dennis Lutz Montana State University

Thomas Mason The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Crissola Kennedy Western Illinois University

Robert Ladendorff Northern Arizona University

Roger Lester University of Wyoming

Suzanne Lyon San Jose State University

Charles Mayes Austin Peay State University

William Keppler Jr. Florida International University

Kenneth Lafleur University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Carol Levy Mississippi State University

John MacAllister University of Southern California

Christine Kerber Florida International University

Michael Lagas Fordham University

Lee Etta Lewis University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Kurt Maclean California State University, Long Beach

Ronald Maynard University of Maryland, College Park

Virginia Keville Salem State University

Brian Lake Virginia Military Institute

Janet King George Mason University

William Lancaster Montana State University

Lisa Kirsch University of Maryland, College Park

Willis Lansford University of Maryland, College Park

William Klykylo University of Michigan

David Larsen University of Southern California

Vicki Kofender Member at Large

Jack Glen Larsen Northern Arizona University

P H I K A P PA P H I L I G H T I N G T H E F U T U R E

Loida Lewis University of the Philippines

John Mazuski California State University, Fresno Anne McCabe University of Georgia

Bonita Libman University of Southern California

Margaret Mahony University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Michael Lichtensteiger The Ohio State University

Jacqueline Mainwaring Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Carl Lieberman University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

James Mallak Michigan State University

Rowena McClinton Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Suzanne Malley Methodist University

William McClure University of Southern California

Victoria Mallon Member at Large

Charissa McCullers Michigan State University

Iva Lipton University of Rhode Island

Donna McCleerey Butler University


Janette McFarlane California State University, Fresno

Tyler Middlebrooks Mercer University

David Morgan III University of New Orleans

Jerry McGee East Carolina University

Charles Middleton Bowling Green State University

William Morgan Purdue University

Kathryn McGee Clemson University

Kathy Middleton Tennessee Technological University

Thomas McGee Iowa State University

Mary Ann Miksits Montclair State University

Michael Mormino Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

John McKenna The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina

Helen Miller Clemson University

Wendell McKenzie North Carolina State University Patricia McLennan Widener University

Kathryn Miller Old Dominion University Louis Miller Jr. University of North Florida

Stephen McNeill Kennesaw State University

Roy Miller California State University, Long Beach

Susan McNeill Murray State University

Julia Milliken University of Maine

James Mehring Colorado State University

Betty Miner Oregon State University

Teresa Mehring Emporia State University

Merle Morris University of Houston Victoria Morrison Salem State University Barbra Mosley North Carolina A&T State University Rowena Motylewski-Gundersen University of Southern Maine

Patty Newton Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott Ray Newton Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott Yuk Ngai Campbell University Ann Nichols-Casebolt Virginia Commonwealth University Robert Nisbet University of Maryland Global Campus Lyle Noordhoek Pittsburg State University

Warren Mroz Northeastern University

John Oakberg The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Michael Mullery University of South Florida

Michelle O’Connor Virginia Tech

L. Ellen Moats Villanova University

Judy Murphy University of Maryland, College Park

Harvey Ogden Oklahoma State University

Joseph Merrill Pennsylvania State University

James Moe University of California-Davis

Patricia Murphy Purdue University Fort Wayne

Kittie Lynn Messman University of Maryland, College Park

Jamie Mohney Florida Institute of Technology

Marie Mutz Pennsylvania State University

Ronald Moore The University of Toledo

Ralph Nafziger Pennsylvania State University

Robert Olson University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

Michael Moorman United States Military Academy

Theresa Nemmers Oklahoma State University

Charles O’Malley III University of Rhode Island

Jason Morey Syracuse University

Bradley Newcomer James Madison University

Larry Morford Idaho State University

Robert Newman North Carolina A&T State University

Brendan O’Morchoe University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

Henry Meyer Syracuse University Sarah Meyer University of Houston Shiven Mian University of California-Davis Georgette Michko University of Houston

Candace OHara New Mexico Highlands University Maria Rosa Olivera-Williams The Ohio State University

Nora Onishi University of Hawaii

THE LOVE OF LEARNING AWARD WILL HELP ME CUT COSTS FROM BOOKS FOR THE SEMESTER AND REDUCE SOME OF THE FINANCIAL STRESS OF CONTINUING EDUCATION. PHI KAPPA PHI’S AWARDS PROGRAM IS NOT JUST A MONETARY AMOUNT, BUT IT IS A DISPLAY OF PASSION AND COMMITMENT TO ITS MEMBERS AND THEIR COMMUNITIES THEY REPRESENT. SPENCER LUEDERS Love of Learning recipient

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Gabriela Ornelas California State University, Northridge Beatriz Ortiz State University of New York at Potsdam Arlene O’Tell University of Connecticut

Eric Pohl University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

John Peatman Georgia Institute of Technology

Cheryl Potocki Villanova University

Elizabeth Pepe University of Maryland, College Park

Jennifer Pound Texas Tech University

Traci Reust The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Nicolette Powe Youngstown State University

Ann Rhodes Berea College

Bernadette Powell University of New Orleans

Sandra Richardson The University of New Mexico

Michelle Prather University of Puget Sound

Jonathan Riegler Michigan State University Jon Ritter Minnesota State University, Mankato

Rita Ousterhout Iowa State University

Charles Peters California State University, Los Angeles

Teodoro Padilla University of the Philippines

Monica Peters Washington State University

Mark Pallansch Virginia Tech

Carol Peterson South Dakota State University

April Prestipino Russell Sage College

Timothy Palmer Western Michigan University

Gregory Petrey Jacksonville State University

Eugene Paluso The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina

James Pflugh Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania

Sixta Pret University of Maryland, College Park

Genevieve Papik-Geyser San Diego State University

Nancy Philipp University of Maryland, College Park

Derwin Pritchett University of Maryland, Baltimore Campuses

Mary Phillips DePaul University

Iftekhar Rahman Northeastern University

Philip Phillips Middle Tennessee State University

Symone Ramos Fordham University

Constance Pierson University of Maryland, Baltimore Campuses

Alethea Ramsey-Boone Texas State University

Laurie Pappas University of Michigan Robert Paraska Youngstown State University Kathy Parra Virginia Commonwealth University William Parzybok Jr. Colorado State University Philip Pasini University of Maryland Global Campus Sarah Paul University of California-Davis Lloyd Peake California State University, San Bernardino

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Craig Pearson The University of Toledo

June Pilcher Clemson University Paula Pinkley The University of Tennessee at Martin Bridget Plitt Hood College

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Stanley Prince University of Arkansas at Little Rock

John Rasmus University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Patricia Rea Northern Arizona University Jane Reilly Eastern Kentucky University

Jana Renfroe University of Alabama at Birmingham

Sherry Rivera The University of Southern Mississippi Charles Roach University of Maryland Global Campus Denise Roesler-Cunningham University of Missouri-St. Louis Katrina Rogers Northern Arizona University Randin Roland Northern Arizona University Renee Rommero California State University, Long Beach John Rosenkoetter Augusta University Aden Ross The University of Utah Jeffrey Ross University of West Georgia

J. Robert Rossman Texas A&M University Nancy Roth California State University, Northridge Kay Rudek St. Cloud State University Nulbia Rueda-Candiotti Nova Southeastern University Robert Ruemelin University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Sharhonda Rush Jacksonville University John Russack Florida Institute of Technology Christine Rydel Grand Valley State University Annina Saccomano Fordham University Melanie Saldana California State University, Los Angeles Robert Salem Jr. Kansas State University Daniel Sandweiss University of Maine Martha Saunders University of West Georgia Ross Saunders Texas A&M University Violeta Savchenko Eastern Oregon University Rebecca Scalio University of Delaware William Schefer University of Miami


Jeffrey Stone Auburn University

I AM BEYOND GRATEFUL FOR THE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES THAT WILL OPEN FOR ME AS A RESULT OF RECEIVING THIS FELLOWSHIP. THE RUTH E. BRASHER ENDOWED FELLOWSHIP WILL BE A HUGE ASSET TO MY EDUCATION AND ENABLE ME AS I SEEK TO CULTIVATE A LIFETIME OF SERVICE TO MY COMMUNITY, FUTURE FAMILY AND WORLD. THANK YOU!

Ervina Scheub Northern Illinois University

Deborah Shaoul The University of Kansas

Lacy Simpson New Mexico State University

David Sokol University of Illinois at Chicago

Daniel Scholl South Dakota State University

David Shapiro University of Illinois at Chicago

William Simpson Jr. Clemson University

Bernard Schuchner University of Maryland, College Park

Jeanine Sheehan Northern Illinois University

Yi-Jou Simpson Washburn University

Theresa Sorcek University of Maryland, College Park

Caitlin Shemin Fordham University

Richard Singletary Old Dominion University

James Shewan University of Nevada, Reno

Dwayne Smith University of South Florida

Lee Shiloh California State University, Dominguez Hills

Glenn Smith Pennsylvania State University

Dylan Spake The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Jeffrey Smith New Mexico State University

Laura Stallings Angelo State University

Jasvinder Sidhu University of Michigan

Penny Smith University of Maryland, College Park

Amy Stancil North Carolina State University

Helen Scully Southern Oregon University

Barbara Silliman University of Rhode Island

Thomas Smith Member at Large

Barbara Sears Michigan State University

Virginia Simmons Oklahoma State University

James Snyder University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Ronald Sekkel California State University, Long Beach

Anne Simpson University of North Texas

Steven Socol University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Pamela Schwartz* Arizona State University Otis Scott California State University, Sacramento Lyle Scritsmier California State Polytechnic University

Jean’ne Shreeve University of Idaho

James Stringfield Jr. Auburn University at Montgomery Mark Strothmann Elmhurst University Luisa Stubbs University of North Texas Donald Stuber Georgia Institute of Technology

TYLER MANSFIELD, Phi Kappa Phi Fellow

Thomas Schunn University of Minnesota

Samuel Stratton New Mexico State University

William Soroka Michigan Technological University Madison Sowell Southern Virginia University

James Stith The Ohio State University Aimee Stoffel-Sayles Ohio Northern University Catherine Stokes University of Southern California

Daniel Swartling Tennessee Technological University David Sylva University of Maryland, College Park Elizabeth Sztul University of Maryland, College Park Nobuo Takeda University of Florida Mary Beth Taylor* University of Nebraska at Omaha Jennifer Tedford University of Southern California Angela Thomas University of Arkansas at Little Rock Michael Thomas Troy University Nadine Thomas Syracuse University Sarah Thomas Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott

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Linda Thompson University of Minnesota

John Vaughan Murray State University

Sandra Warren Member at Large

Rebecca Wilson Nicholls State University

Connie Thompson-Bodkin Virginia Commonwealth University

Lawrence Venezia Member at Large

Jane Waters Missouri State University

Ann Wingert South Dakota State University

Kathryn Thorson University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Robin-Marie Verner California State University, Dominguez Hills

Rosemary Waters California State University, Fresno

Michael Winocour Salem State University

Judith Watson California State University, Fullerton

Kathleen Witcher Montclair State University

Patricia Tietjens University of Central Missouri Thomas Tiggs The University of Toledo

Rose Leigh Vines California State University, Sacramento

Hester Tinti Salem State University

Michele Von Kelsch University of Massachusetts

Robert Trautwein Northeastern University

Kei-Won-Tia Von Wrex University of Maryland, Baltimore Campuses

Ron Tulley The University of Findlay Richard Turner University of Maine Rebecca Tyre University of Nevada, Reno

Thomas Wakefield The University of Toledo George Wm Walker Jr. University of Maryland, College Park

Jacqueline Wong University of Hawaii Kalfred Wong Jr. University of Hawaii

Jennifer Wayne Virginia Tech

Gordon Wood Wichita State University

Sally Weeks Nicholls State University

Suzanne Wooldridge University of New Orleans

Marc Weinberg Ithaca College

Hideo Yamada California State University, Long Beach

Linda Whetzel Georgia Southern UniversityArmstrong Campus

Edith Younger University of Illinois at Chicago William Younts III North Carolina State University Karen Zompa University of Rhode Island Yali Zou University of Houston

BRONZE SCHOLARS Robert Acquarelli University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Donald Adams Andrews University

Tony Yardley Texas Woman’s University

Jaymi-Lyn Adams MCPHS University

Alice White Texas Tech University

Michael Yerkic Florida Institute of Technology

Elise Addison University of West Georgia

Vernon White Samford University

Norman Yoder Purdue University

Clyde Adkison Jr. Middle Tennessee State University

Susan Whitney University of Central Florida

Patricia Walton Georgia State University

Ann Marie Yodh University of Connecticut

Heather Agnew Pennsylvania State University

Jacquelin Wilkens University of Bridgeport

Kristin Agnew Pennsylvania State University

Lowell Vann Samford University

Frances Ward-Johnson North Carolina A&T State University

Thomas Yoksas University of Wyoming Russell Yost University of Hawaii

James Alberts University of Georgia

William Vann Jr. Member at Large

Vita Willett California State University, San Bernardino

Flynn Warren Jr. University of Georgia

Alan Young Salem State University

Frederick Alexander Georgia College & State University

Becky Varian Youngstown State University

James Warren Butler University

Alicia Williams University of Maryland, College Park

Lance Young University of West Florida

Elmer Allen University of Louisville

Joyce Ursin University of Wisconsin-Madison Theresa Valiga Villanova University Dora Vandine Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania Thomas VanDuyne Virginia Tech

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Margaret Vorous East Tennessee State University

Marianne Watson The University of Alabama in Huntsville

Michael Young California State University, Northridge

Howard Wallick The Ohio State University Peter Walsh University of Alabama at Birmingham

P H I K A P PA P H I L I G H T I N G T H E F U T U R E

Cedric Williams University of Nevada, Reno


Thomas Allen United States Military Academy

Athena Bachas Virginia Commonwealth University

Joyce Becker University of Missouri-St. Louis

Rosemary Blieszner Virginia Tech

John Allison Minnesota State University, Mankato

Ronda Bachtell University of Nevada, Reno

Lora Becker University of Evansville

Georgia Bodle Villanova University

Carl Backman University of West Florida

Michael Beckman The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina

Bonita Boerger Elmhurst University

Ginger Alonso California State University, Chico Sherrie Amadi The University of Southern Mississippi Marlene Amdur-Ferguson University of Maryland, Baltimore Campuses Fred Ames George Mason University Huma Amin Longwood University Dominic Andrews Louisiana Tech University Roberta Ansiaux The University of Texas at Arlington John Appel University of Florida William Arrington Queens University of Charlotte Jay Arun Kumar Mississippi State University Maria Arun Kumar Mississippi State University Sharon Augustine Mercer University Everett Babcock University of Central Missouri Tylisha Baber The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Patrick Bair University of Maryland, College Park Constance Baker The University of Oklahoma

Jeanne Behnke University of Maryland, College Park

Alvin Boling California State University, San Bernardino

Gerald Beiersdorf University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Marcia Bouchard University of Maryland Global Campus

Andrea Bell MCPHS University

Susan Braman University of Central Florida

Herald Barker The Ohio State University

Timothy Bell Florida Atlantic University

Tram-Anh Tran Brand The University of Texas at Arlington

Roger Barker Michigan State University

Andy Benoit Jr. Texas A&M UniversityCorpus Christi

Chad Brandon California State University, Fresno

Mary Barba California State University, Sacramento

Emily Barra Auburn University Mary Barre Pennsylvania State University Julie Barrera Texas A&M International University

Marjorie Benson Virginia Tech Gail Bentley Texas Tech University Matthew Berberich University of Connecticut

Evelyn Barrett University of Wyoming

Roy Bergstrom University of the Pacific

Lourdes Barro Louisiana State University

Belinda Bickley California State University, Los Angeles

David Bartel The University of Utah Paul Baxley San Diego State University Harriette Bearden University of Houston B. Terry Beck Kansas State University

Mannetta Braunstein University of Nevada, Las Vegas Antonia Brewer Duquesne University Lars Brink Purdue University Ruth Brintnall Grand Valley State University Shelby Brooks Tennessee Technological University Daniel Brown University of Southern Maine

Christine Bilbrey University of West Florida

Emilie Brown Youngstown State University

Margarita Blaschke San Diego State University

Gregory Bruening Northern Arizona University

Parker Blevins The University of Texas at Austin

Erica Bryant The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

I AM HONORED AND HUMBLED TO RECEIVE THIS FELLOWSHIP. THIS FUNDING WILL EASE THE FINAL STEP OF MY PH.D. BY ALLOWING ME TO TRAVEL FOR MY RESEARCH AND TAKE THE TIME I NEED TO WRITE. I AM SO INCREDIBLY GRATEFUL TO THE AWARDS COMMITTEE FOR THEIR CONFIDENCE IN ME. EMILY SAMPLE Dissertation Fellow

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Kenneth Bryson Georgia Institute of Technology

Alfred Bushway University of Maine

Bruce Carlson Purdue University

Maria Celli University of Alaska Anchorage

Thomas Clemente Oklahoma State University

Ellen Buckner Samford University

James Bustrack North Dakota State University

Katherine G. Carretti Pennsylvania State University

Carol Chandler California State University, Fresno

Nathan Clements Mississippi State University

Diana Bulot University of New Orleans

Robyn Butler University of North Florida

Bruce Carrier University of Maine

Jerry Chapman Widener University

Daniel Cloutier Iowa State University

Brandy Burbante Nicholls State University

Janet Buttery The University of Kansas

Talia Carroll Oklahoma City University

Jacquelyn Chavez Lamar University

Joel Coats Iowa State University

Robert Burgener Brigham Young University

Mary Camire University of Maine

Patricia Carson Eastern Michigan University

Qi-Yu Che Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Jonathan Cole Texas Tech University

Kristen Burkholder Oklahoma City University

Tanya Carter Northern Illinois University

Crisanne Colgan University of Connecticut Mary Colgan Fort Lewis College Charles Collins University of South Alabama

THE PHI KAPPA PHI RESEARCH GRANT HAS GIVEN ME THE OPPORTUNITY TO OBTAIN VITAL DATA REGARDING MY RESEARCH, AS WELL AS GIVEN ME THE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN AN IMPORTANT ANALYTICAL METHOD I OTHERWISE WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN ABLE TO!

Waldo Burnside University of Maryland, College Park Nancy Burroughs California State University, Stanislaus Timothy Burwell Appalachian State University

Pamela Caraccioli State University of New York at Oswego

Rachael Caruso University of Maryland, College Park

Michele Caram San Diego State University

Susan Case Salem State University

William Carboneau University of Missouri-Kansas City

James Cash Jr. Purdue University

Zoila Cardenas Texas State University Beatriz Cardona University of Houston-Clear Lake

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William Casto Marshall University Daryl Caudle North Carolina State University

Katherine Condon Florida International University Belinda Coniff Kean University Janet Connell-Lovell Lewis & Clark College

ALEX WASHBURN, Graduate Research recipient Peter Burns University of Maryland, College Park

Julie Colson Clemson University

Shane Cheek Florida State University

David Connelly The University of Texas at Austin

Dale Cherry Austin Peay State University

Carol Conoboy Utah State University

Karla Childs Member at Large

Bettie Coplan Arizona State University

C. Chinnis Jr. Member at Large

Amanda Corbell Mississippi University for Women

Adrienne Christie Northern Arizona University

Mary C. Core Member at Large

Denise Clark Florida Atlantic University

Luene Corwin Cornell University


Kay Cosner Northern Arizona University

Louis DeAngelo The College of New Jersey

Mary Lou Dortch Mercer University

Lee-Anna Ellis Florida Atlantic University

William Couch Jr. The University of Texas at Austin

David Debertin University of Kentucky

Carol Downing Old Dominion University

MaryLe Emmett University of Southern California

A. Morrie Craig Oregon State University

Jo Anne DeGraffenreid The University of Kansas

Harold Draper University of Missouri-Kansas City

Jennifer Enwall Queens University of Charlotte

Wayne Craney Member at Large

Francisco Delfin Jr. Member at Large

Betty Drees University of Missouri-Kansas City

Nancy Eranosian University of the Pacific

Carol Craven The Ohio State University

Charles DenBleyker Indiana University of Pennsylvania

James Dronet Louisiana Tech University

Matthew Crawford Frostburg State University

Cheryl Desmarais University of South Florida

Michelle Crisa-Dufva California State University, Long Beach

Elizabeth Detrick University of Nevada, Las Vegas

John Dudas Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott

Vanessa Escobar California State University, Northridge

Joellen Cullison University of North Texas

Sandra Dewolfe Wright State University

Aida Dugan Member at Large Robert Dunker Old Dominion University

Kasi Espinosa University of HoustonClear Lake Benjamin Esquibel New Mexico Highlands University

John Dunlap Southern Oregon University

Jane Euler University of Maryland, Baltimore Campuses

Harold Dillman University of Louisville

Thomas Durkin Northern Illinois University

Annette Evens St. Cloud State University

Ian Dinwoodie Montana State University

Brand Eaton Lycoming College

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Marilyn Dishman-Horst Pittsburg State University

Douglas Edson University of Maryland Global Campus

Norma Faust Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Bryan Doldt MCPHS University

Jeri Eimers California State University, Long Beach

Michael Faynik Western Illinois University

Russell Dart University of West Florida

Rebecca Dongarra University of Maryland, Baltimore Campuses

Michele Eisele University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Kimberly Davis Louisiana State University

Vera Donnenberg MCPHS University

Gerard Eldridge Colorado State University

Patricia Davis University of Nebraska at Omaha

James Dooley Brigham Young University

Gerald Elkan North Carolina State University

William De Graf United States Military Academy

Claire Dorsett Louisiana Tech University

Sharon Eller University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Joyce Culp University of North Alabama Cindy Currence Arizona State University Charlene Curtis Radford University Christopher Cutter Eastern Kentucky University Jay Daly University of Massachusetts Clarissa Daniels Mississippi State University

Rachel Dickon University of Maryland, Baltimore Campuses

Anne Dodd University of Maine

Dolores Federation Rochester Institute of Technology Steve Feiereisen Troy University Carol Feingold University of Arizona Bruce Fellows California State University, Long Beach

“THE YOUNGSTOWN STATE UNIVERSITY HONORS COLLEGE IS SO APPRECIATIVE OF PHI KAPPA PHI FOR PROVIDING THESE FUNDS TO BE ABLE TO ALLOW OUR STUDENTS TO GAIN ACCESS TO LOCAL SCHOOLS TO AID IN LITERACY AND OVERALL EDUCATIONAL EFFORTS.” MOLLIE HARTUP Literacy Grant recipient

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Eleanor Ferguson-Marshalleck California State University, Los Angeles Judy Ferrell Oklahoma State University Elizabeth Ferrill University of Maryland, College Park Susan Fiorito Florida State University Roger Fish Iowa State University

IT IS SO EXCITING TO BE RECOGNIZED FOR CONTINUED SCHOLARLY ACHIEVEMENT. BEING RECOGNIZED FROM A LARGE POOL OF IMPRESSIVE APPLICANTS FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY IS HELPING TO DEMONSTRATE MY CONTINUED WORK IN DANCE STUDIES. I AM HONORED TO HAVE RECEIVED SUCH ACKNOWLEDGMENT. LINDSAY VIATORI Love of Learning recipient

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Helen Freeman Brigham Young University Mercedes Fresno California State University, Los Angeles Jerome Friefeld University of Southern California Akiko Furusho The University of Texas at Dallas

Thomas Genese State University of New York at Oswego

Donna Furuya University of Hawaii Carrie Gallagher University of Maryland, College Park

Brian Fisk University of Florida

Kara Gallamore University of South Alabama

Dale Fitzgibbons Iowa State University

Neil Gallensky University of Wyoming

Alfred Fleming Youngstown State University

Susan Gallup University of Nevada, Reno

David Foose Oklahoma City University

Carol Ganow Member at Large

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John Garay United States Military Academy James Garber University of Louisiana at Lafayette Eridania Garcia Fordham University

Barbara Frank Idaho State University

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Lori Frank Northern Illinois University

Susan Garfield Member at Large

Thomas Frederick Cornell University

Mary Garrett University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Heather Freeman The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

P H I K A P PA P H I L I G H T I N G T H E F U T U R E

Jonas Gavelis University of Massachusetts Kaylene Gebert Middle Tennessee State University

Jack Fisher II East Carolina University

Jennifer Formby Georgia Southern UniversityArmstrong Campus

Ann Gathers The University of Tennessee at Martin

Rose Gomez Texas A&M University-Kingsville Ernest Gong Cal Poly State University Brant Goode Montana State University Dorace Goodwin St. Cloud State University Lisa Gordee University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Robert Gerlach Pennsylvania State University

Mary Ann Gosser-Esquilin Florida Atlantic University

Robert Gies Old Dominion University

Mary Gowan University of North Georgia

Dennis Gingrich Pennsylvania State University

Aaron Graham The University of Mississippi

Barbara Giuffrida Villanova University

Bobby Graham Jr. The University of Mississippi

Martha Gladstone University of Maine

Caleb Graham The University of Mississippi

Edsel Glasgow University of Southern California

Erika Grams American University

Sherry Glass Middle Tennessee State University

John Gray California State University, Dominguez Hills

Jacob Gold The University of Texas at Austin Nisse Goldberg Jacksonville University Kathy Golden Michigan State University Glenn Goldfarb West Virginia University Melissa Goldsmith University of Alabama at Birmingham Peter Gomez Fordham University

Todd Green Marshall University Laura Greenwald Caldwell University Robert Gregerson University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Brittany Griffin Auburn University Victoria Griffin Bradley University Jack Griggs The University of Texas at Austin


Victor Grigsby Duquesne University

Danielle Harper Lamar University

Jonathan Higgins University of Illinois at Chicago

Pauline Grose American University

Rowane Harris Arizona State University

Sigrid Higgins Eastern Michigan University

Alice Gross University of North Alabama

Richard Harrison Augusta University

Robert Hill Georgia Southern University

Margo Grossberg Salem State University

Sheree Hart University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Joyce Hinds University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Kay Gruling University of Wisconsin-Madison

Kenneth Harwood Marymount University

Monica Gustafson University of Massachusetts

Linda Hiniker West Virginia University

Laura Hauer Northern Arizona University

Klaus Hinkelmann Virginia Tech

Stephen Hawke Oregon State University

Elizabeth Hodge East Carolina University

Calvin Hawkins University of Nevada, Reno

John Holladay Jacksonville University

J. Hayden University of Florida

James Holler University of Wisconsin-Platteville

Winifred Hayes University of Maryland, College Park

Steve Hollister Grand Valley State University

James Haas Colorado State University Janet Haggerty The University of Tulsa Thelma Hahn Millikin University Edsel Hamilton III University of Southern California Thomas Hamilton Jr. Indiana University of Pennsylvania Sarah Hand University of South Florida Michael Hardeman Texas A&M University Matthew Harden University of Georgia Susan Harden The University of North Carolina at Charlotte Kimberly Harford Widener University Andrea Harley The University of Texas at Dallas Maarit Harp Lamar University

Pamela Hayward Augusta University John Hedrick University of Georgia Tanya Heflin Indiana University of Pennsylvania Robert Heineman Alfred University Mark Helman University of Houston-Downtown Victoria Henschel University of California-Davis Deirdre Hensen Cornell University

Lynelle Holm Member at Large Shirley Holt Berea College Rose Hom University of Southern California Walter Hope Jr. University of Maryland, College Park Alex Hsu California State University, Los Angeles Liseth Hubbard The University of Texas at Tyler Andre Hudson Rochester Institute of Technology

William Huff California State Polytechnic University J. Randy Hughes Texas A&M University-Kingsville John Hull Radford University Lowell Hummer Mississippi State University Jennifer Husbands Texas State University Keith Hutchison University of Maine Todd Hutton University of Florida Gerard Iacangelo University of Maryland, College Park James Imperato San Jose State University Eric Iribar Florida State University Connie Izzo Rochester Institute of Technology Elizabeth Jackson Florida International University Henry Jackson Tennessee Technological University Jeffrey Jacobs University of Wisconsin-Madison Mary Lynn Jacobson The Ohio State University Kevin Jaeger California State University, Los Angeles Harry Jamieson University of South Florida

Fran Jayo University of Nevada, Reno Kamrun Jenabzadeh University of Houston Rachel Jensen Brigham Young University Kathryn Jimenez University of Bridgeport Dale Johnson Iowa State University Karla Johnson Saint Martin’s University Peggy Johnson California State Polytechnic University Tenika Johnson North Carolina A&T State University Callum Johnston Francis Marion University Brian Jones University of Central Florida Kenneth Jordan The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Nan Kammann-Judd University of Missouri-St. Louis Hiroto Kanai University of Southern California Jerri Kantack The University of Mississippi Carolyn Kates University of Florida Wanda Katinszky University of Alaska Anchorage Eldridge Katzenbach Northern Arizona University

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Clinton Kauffman Virginia Commonwealth University

Monica Koca University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Nancy Langston Virginia Commonwealth University

Jonathan Lewis Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Bryen Lorenz Widener University

Dolores Kearney Texas Woman’s University

Vanessa Koch California State University, Dominguez Hills

Royce Larsen The University of Utah

Rebecca Lewis Lycoming College

Kathryn Louie University of Houston

Lois Ann Larson California State University, Sacramento

Thomas Lewis Westfield State University

Melissa Lovejoy Georgia Southern University

Laura Lieber University of Arkansas

Barbara Lowrey Michigan State University

Linda Lilley Old Dominion University

Susan Luek Millersville University

Virginia Lilley Piercy Virginia Tech

Judy Lum Oregon State University

Janet Limero University of Massachusetts

Eponine Lupo Villanova University

Nancy Lindley University of Maryland, College Park

William Lydon University of Texas at San Antonio

Robert Keefover West Virginia University Carol Keirsted Pennsylvania State University

Holly Korzilius University of Maryland Global Campus

Jacqueline Keith University of Central Florida

John Kottra University of Alaska Anchorage

Terri Kelleher Lamar University

Andrew Kowalski Oklahoma City University

Rameca Leary University of Maryland, College Park

Scout Kelly Coe College

James Kracht Texas A&M University

Jennifer LeBoeuf University of South Alabama

Thomas Kemp The University of Utah

Steven Kramer University of Connecticut

Charles Lee II University of Central Missouri

Linda Kern Brenau University

Margaret Kuklewicz University of Maryland, College Park

Reagan Lee Methodist University

Mohammad Khaleel Washington State University Yoshiaki Kimura Cal Poly State University M. Kirkham Kansas State University Brian Klatt University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Catherine Kleiner The University of New Mexico Barbara Klobach Michigan State University John Knapp Sr. Virginia Military Institute Patricia Knapp Oklahoma State University Douglas Knight University of California-Davis

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Bobbi Lazzarone University of Nevada, Reno

Christine Lindner Murray State University

Maureen Lynch Rochester Institute of Technology

Ruth Kunakhovich University of Central Missouri

Rolf Leemann University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Michael Kupfer Michigan State University

Nancy Lehmann-Carssow The University of Texas at Austin

David Lindsay California State University, Stanislaus

Bruce Kupferschmid Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Raymond Leisy Bowling Green State University

Lloydia Livingstone-Clarke Long Island University

Kathleen Mahoney University of Massachusetts

Rebecca Lemmermann Arizona State University

Robert Locatelli Northern Arizona University

Henry Maki The University of Mississippi

Andrew Leno Fordham University

Ann Marie Lodl University of Illinois at Chicago

Laurene Maki California State University, Sacramento

Wendy Kveck University of Nevada, Las Vegas David La Russa University of South Florida Judith Lachenmyer San Jose State University Christine Lamb Montana State University Dusty Lambert-Wright The University of Alabama Jane Ann Lamph The University of Utah

P H I K A P PA P H I L I G H T I N G T H E F U T U R E

Janet Levy The University of North Carolina at Charlotte Charlene Lew Jacksonville University Albert Lewis The University of Texas at Austin

Anthony Lombardi University of Central Florida Alice Loper The University of Texas at Austin Araceli Lopez University of Houston Dennis Lopez California State Polytechnic University

Peggy Ma Western Illinois University Roxanne Mackie Salem State University

Richard Malone* Member at Large Beenish Mannan Idaho State University Christine Manzey The University of Toledo Robert Marcink Indiana University of Pennsylvania


Hazel Marie Youngstown State University

Richard McElwee Widener University

Michael Merrill University of South Florida

Kenneth Montegross Old Dominion University

John Marincel University of Missouri-Kansas City

Margaret McFadden University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Casualene Meyer Brigham Young University

Lisa Moody Southeastern Louisiana University

Mario Marquez University of Maryland Global Campus

Yuri-Anne McHugh University of Hawaii

Joan Michael University of Southern California

James Moore Jr. Virginia Commonwealth University

Patricia Nash University of Maryland, College Park

Shelly McHugh Washington State University

Vincent Miles Washburn University

Bruce Morgan Methodist University

Barry Nason Tennessee State University

Robert Mckay The University of Utah

Elaine Miller University of Louisville

Karen Morris Andrews University

Sherry Neal Wesleyan College

Robert Miller University of Wisconsin-Madison

Victor Moss University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Gail Needham Eastern Michigan University

Sandra Miller University of Minnesota

Robert Moulds Louisiana State University

Nathaniel Millsap Jr. University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

Carolyn Mueller The University of Texas at Austin

Margaret Neighbors California State University, Fullerton

Marlene Mirassou Member at Large

Kurt Mueller University of Alaska Anchorage

Karen Neitzey University of Maryland, College Park

Helen Mitchell University of Maryland

Grady Muldrow Texas A&M University

Harland Nelson Washington State University

Gordon Moe North Dakota State University

Allison Munn Francis Marion University

Jay Nelson Texas State University

Raymond Moffitt Member at Large

Maynard Murphy II University of Southern Maine

Bonnie Mondesir University of West Georgia

Pollyanna Myers Youngstown State University

Roberta Newlander California State University, Dominguez Hills

Wallace Marsh The University of Texas at Austin Arnold Martin Washington State University Carol Martin University of Nevada, Las Vegas Kay Martin Radford University Linda Lee Martin Coe College June Mastan Russell Sage College Laura Maxwell University of Maryland, Baltimore Campuses Dianne May-Casey Arizona State University JoAnn Mayo Northern Arizona University

Andrew McLaughlin San Jose State University Rory McLaverty University of Montana Brian McMurray North Carolina State University Mary McNamara The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Richard Melia University of Massachusetts Cynthia Mendelson Kean University Sonja Mendoza Cameron University

Oddmund Myhre California State University, Stanislaus

Margaret McBrayer University of Georgia Marie McCarron University of Rhode Island George McClain University of Arkansas at Little Rock Margaret McCloy University of North Alabama Tyrel McCravens Texas Tech University

I AM REALLY GRATEFUL TO BE RECEIVING THIS FELLOWSHIP. IT HAS MADE MY FUTURE GRADUATE STUDY AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY MORE FINANCIALLY ACCESSIBLE AND WILL ALLOW ME TO GET THE MOST OUT OF MY EDUCATION. ALEXIS MIRANDA, Phi Kappa Phi Fellow

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OUR SU P PO RT E RS

Janice Newman California State University, Fullerton

David Olds Bradley University

Gloria Pados-Irwin The Ohio State University

Dan O’Leary Auburn University

Michele Page University of California-Davis

MerriKay Oleen-Burkey North Dakota State University

Michelle Paget Western Carolina University

Scott Nodes Arizona State University

Marvarene Oliver Texas A&M UniversityCorpus Christi

Beverly Palmer California State University, Dominguez Hills

Richard Nolan San Diego State University

William Oliver Montclair State University

Jacqueline Noonan Miami University

Lisa Olson Eastern Washington University

Celeste Pardee University of Arizona

Mitchell Newman Clarkson University Michael Nickerson Virginia Commonwealth University

Erik Nordberg The University of Tennessee at Martin Kenneth Norton Florida Institute of Technology James Nott University of Nevada, Las Vegas David Nutty University of Southern Maine James O Connor University of Wisconsin-Madison Douglas Ober Millersville University Mary O’Brien Northeastern University Paidraig O’Ceallaigh University of Houston-Downtown Elizabeth O’Connell University of Maryland, College Park Estelle Ogawa University of Hawaii Shannon O’Keeffe Northern Arizona University

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Susan Olson California State University, Chico Anita Ondrusek Valdosta State University

Deborah Parziale Northeastern University Donna Pattison University of Houston Karen Patty-Graham Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Robert Perz California State University, Sacramento

Charis Pond University of Maryland, College Park

Lisa Pesavento University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

Wenderly Porterfield Western Washington University

Andrea Peters United States Military Academy

Glenn Poshard Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Brent Peterson Brigham Young University

Kelly Powell Iowa State University

Harry Peterson Eastern Kentucky University

Elizabeth Powers Texas Woman’s University

Helen Peterson University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Leroy Pickett Member at Large

Stuart Price Jr. Auburn University Gabrielle Pringle Auburn University

Anthony Pico Jr. Montclair State University

Alice Pruitt The University of Alabama in Huntsville

Gretchen Paupore Michigan Technological University

Garland Pierce Mississippi State University

Barbara Purvis Northern Arizona University

Lorie Payne Shepherd University

Taylor Pierce University of South Florida

Glenna Raber Purdue University Fort Wayne

Donald Pearson University of Arkansas

Ann Pierson University of Florida

Randa Ragab Mercer University

John Pearson University of California-Davis

Christopher Pinho University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Dori Rammelsberg-Dvorak Coe College

Antonia Ortega-Perez The University of Texas at Austin

Gregory Pease University of Memphis

Andrea Pinon Texas State University

Susan Ramsay Arizona State University

Judy Orton University of South Florida

Merryll Penson University of Georgia

Sherry Pippen The University of Mississippi

Lindsey Randolph University of California-Davis

Ramona Osgood University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Stella Perez The University of Texas at Austin

Jeffrey Pittman University of Alaska Fairbanks

Mrinalini Rao University of Illinois at Chicago

Tara Perrin Middle Tennessee State University

Charlene Plympton California State University, Sacramento

James Ratcliff Pennsylvania State University

Brian O’Neill University of Connecticut Larry Oolman University of Wyoming Alise Orloff University of Maryland, College Park Darrell Orr University of Maryland, Baltimore Campuses

Daniel O’Sullivan Millersville University Howard Overdyk Iowa State University

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Tabbatha Perry California State University, Sacramento

Charlotte Pollington Montana State University

Christine Ratvasky Youngstown State University


James Ray Youngstown State University

Pamela Ripley East Tennessee State University

Kathleen Ray University of New Orleans

Jestyn Roberts United States Air Force Academy

Deirdre Rea James Madison University

Patricia Robinson Montclair State University

Logan Read University of Southern California

Victoria Robinson Villanova University

Kenneth Reardon University of Memphis

Ronald Rogowski University of Michigan

Thomas Reed Widener University

Thomas Rojy The College of New Jersey

Jill Reilly Fordham University

Carole Root Northern Arizona University

Sharon Resnick Kean University Bryan Rettig Northeastern University Juana Reyes University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Ronald Rhodes Brigham Young University Nigel Richards University of Maryland Global Campus Christine Richardson The University of North Carolina at Charlotte Winston Riddick Jr. Louisiana State University Marlene Ridgeway Ohio University Keith Riess Widener University Sharlotte Riggle Cameron University

Brian Rose Elon University Catherine Rudowsky Texas A&M UniversityCorpus Christi Carolyn Runowicz University of Connecticut Mae Rupert Arkansas State University Joanne Rupp University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Leslie Ruttle University of South Florida Stewart Ryckman Purdue University

Sue Sans California State University, Sacramento Christine Sapp University of Houston-Clear Lake Ahmed Sarhan University of Michigan Edward Sattler Bradley University Pamela Saulsberry University of Louisiana at Monroe Nayant Savani Fordham University Joseph Schaefer The University of Texas at Austin Deborah Schaeffer California State University, Los Angeles Edward Scheidt University of Maryland, College Park Paul Scherrer Missouri University of Science and Technology Susanne Schmidt University of Texas at San Antonio Sally-Jan Schoen California State University, Fullerton

Sergio Salazar Florida International University

Kurt Schoenberg University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Roxie Salinas Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Teresa Schuessler Portland State University

Susan Sanchez The University of Texas at El Paso

Catherine Schulbach University of California-Davis

Deborah Sangster-Prue Salem State University

Edda Schurter The Ohio State University

Paul Schwager East Carolina University Drusilla Scott Western Carolina University Kimberly Seidel University of New Hampshire Mary Seidl University of Wisconsin-Madison Jimmy Seletz University of Southern California John Seppanen North Dakota State University Deborah Seymour Member at Large Jack Sharer Pennsylvania State University Kate Sharer Georgia College & State University Merritt Shaw Western Carolina University Patricia Sheehy Kean University John Sheets II University of Central Missouri Katie Shelley The Ohio State University Mark Shelton University of Florida John Shirey University of Southern California Eliot Sibley Northeastern University Donald Sidlowski Bradley University

I AM EXTRAORDINARILY GRATEFUL TO PHI KAPPA PHI AND ITS DONORS FOR THEIR GENEROUS WALTER AND ADELHEID HOHENSTEIN FELLOWSHIP. I AM DEEPLY INDEBTED TO MY FAMILY, FRIENDS, AND FACULTY MENTORS WHO HAVE TAUGHT ME AND GIVEN ME SO MUCH. I STAND ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS. CARL MILLER Phi Kappa Phi Fellow

Thomas Sifrit Southern Illinois University Carbondale

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OUR SU P PO RT E RS

Richard Svinkin Carnegie Mellon University

I AM VERY GRATEFUL TO PHI KAPPA PHI FOR AWARDING ME THE GRADUATE RESEARCH GRANT. IT SHOWS THE SOCIETY’S STRONG VALUING OF AND COMMITMENT TO THE SPOTLIGHTING OF WORK THAT CENTERS THE VOICES OF INDIVIDUALS FROM MINORITIZED COMMUNITIES. NIKHIL TIWARI, Graduate Research recipient

Alison Snyder Pennsylvania State University

Robert Stavn San Jose State University

Dewitt Stone Jr. Clemson University

Stephen Silverman Florida Atlantic University

Kenneth Snyder The University of Toledo

Mark St. Clair Boise State University

Jon Simons Westmont College

Alan Sofinowski University of Maryland, College Park

Ronald Stearns University of the Pacific

Gary Stone University of Maryland Global Campus

Lawrence Singer University of Southern California

Lesley Sommer The University of Texas at Austin

Stanley Steinberg Georgia Institute of Technology

Linda Skillman The Ohio State University

Ann Sorenson Utah State University

Deborah Skinner University of West Georgia

Joseph Souza University of Bridgeport

John Stemler Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania

Brian Smith The University of Tennessee at Martin

Marchell Sparks New Mexico State University

Kelly Smith North Carolina State University Sara Smith University of Central Missouri Tonya Smith-Jackson North Carolina A&T State University Cullen Smythe University of Southern California

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Carolyn Stangl Lamar University Christopher Stapko Old Dominion University Janet Starnes Southern Illinois University Carbondale

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Colleen Swartz University of Kentucky Darrell Tangman Michigan State University Michael Tate The University of Toledo James Tauber Jr. The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Irene Silos Kean University

Michael Splitt Florida Institute of Technology

Lynne Swanson Bradley University

Lori Stone California State University, Chico Darlene Street Salisbury University Walter Street IV Virginia Commonwealth University

Bruce Taylor University of Maryland Global Campus Sandra Taylor Jacksonville University Gregory Thomas University of Maryland, College Park Richard Thomas University of Wisconsin-Madison Gregory Thompson University of Lynchburg Harold Thompson Member at Large

John Stepulis* University of Hawaii

Sandra Streitman University of Houston

Peter Stevens University of Missouri-St. Louis

Nancy Strouse University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Joy Stevenson University of Central Missouri

John Sullivan University of Illinois at Chicago

Susan Stevenson Brigham Young University

Mark Sullivan Northeastern University

Dawn Tillery University of Maryland Global Campus

James Surry Elon University

Cheryl Tillotson University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Lana Sveda Texas State University

Carolyn Timmons University of Delaware

Timothy Stewart American University Denise Stich United States Naval Academy

Aaron Thorne Missouri State University Christine Thorsen Kean University


James Tobin Rochester Institute of Technology

Lorin Vant-Hull Member at Large

James Walters Samford University

Andrew Whitis The University of Findlay

Eileen Wolck Millersville University

Holly Tolley San Diego State University

Laurel Vaughn University of Evansville

Timothy Walters Western Carolina University

Harry Whitlock II University of Wyoming

Emily Wolff Elon University

Susanne Tomillon Pennsylvania State University

David Veschi Troy University

Lisa Walton Lycoming College

Stephen Wiberley Jr. University of Illinois at Chicago

Mary Wood Jacksonville University

Edward Tomlinson The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Mary Von Till San Jose State University

Suzanne Wasilczuk University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Nathan Wickett Kansas State University

Kim Woodford University of Lynchburg

Brenda Vosbein California State University, Los Angeles

Janet Wasson Mississippi State University

Juanita Wielenga California State University, San Bernardino

Reba Wyatt The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Eric Towns University of Maryland Global Campus Vikki Trammell University of HoustonDowntown David Trippe University of Missouri-St Louis Norman Tucker California State University, Chico

Stuart Voss SUNY Plattsburgh Kevin Vought State University of New York at Oswego Shannon Wagner The Ohio State University

Brian Turner The Ohio State University

Catherine Waitinas The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Georgia Tuttle University of Maine

Janet Waldron University of Maine

Jerry Twiggs Brigham Young University

Richard Wales Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Fred Tyner Mississippi State University

Kristy Walker Auburn University at Montgomery

Samuel Tyson California State University, Chico

Robin Walker The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Stanley Underdal San Jose State University Peri Van Tassel Iowa State University Eddie Vanhook Middle Tennessee State University

Constance Waters Kean University Almon Wear Jr. Auburn University Keven Webb University of Louisiana at Monroe Eric Wedemeyer California State University, Chico Mary Weishaar Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Viki Lee Welling San Jose State University Wendy Wenner Grand Valley State University Richard Werking University of Evansville James White Texas Tech University

Charyl Wallace Grand Valley State University

Jean White Virginia Tech

Carolyn Waller University of Evansville

Thomas White Virginia Tech

Nancy Walsh California State University, Long Beach

Glenn Whiteside Wichita State University

Jessica Wiley Arkansas State University Kathleen Wilken Oregon State University Curtis Wilkins Western Kentucky University Bryan Wilky Arizona State University John Williams Texas A&M University Chanity Wilson The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina Mark Wilson Michigan State University Beverly Wilt-Dulaney University of Maryland, College Park

Zhaolei Xie Southeastern Louisiana University Jing Yu Texas A&M University Jane Zaharias The Ohio State University Eugenia Zallen Member at Large Craig Zeman California State University, Long Beach Leslie Zenk The University of North Carolina at Charlotte William Zuk Virginia Tech

Sophie Wimberley University of Illinois at Chicago George Winton United States Military Academy Kimberly Wise Columbus State University

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LEADERSHIP

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

DIVISIONAL VICE PRESIDENTS

Dan Sandweiss, Ph.D.

Jonathan D. Kotinek, Ph.D.

President

Division I

Lora Becker, Ph.D.

Jamie Byrne-McCollum, Ph.D.

President-elect

Division II

Missy Hopper, Ph.D.

Lesley Casarez, Ph.D.

Past President

Division III

George Randels, Ph.D.

Ron Tully, Ph.D.

Vice President for Chapter Development

Division IV

Mahalley Allen, Ph.D., J.D.

Alison Gregory

Director

Division V

Edina Oestreicher, M.S. Director June Pilcher, Ph.D. Director Sharhonda Rush, MBA Director Leslie Zenk, Ph.D. Director Christopher “Neil” Pritchard Graduate Student Representative Alyson Tudong Nguyen

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COUNCIL OF STUDENTS Quinn Mahannah Ceilly Caglar Erdogan Tristan Matthew Hightower Matthew Lee Melton

Undergraduate Student Representative

Alyson Tudong Nguyen

Bradley Newcomer, Ph.D., MBA

Vivian Osei Poku

Society Executive Director and CEO

Christopher “Neil” Pritchard

P H I K A P PA P H I L I G H T I N G T H E F U T U R E


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with a gift to Phi Kappa Phi With the support of partners like you, Phi Kappa Phi continues to make an impact around the world. Because of your generous gifts, students and members can realize their education and career goals, from graduate school to study abroad to lifelong learning. Help us continue to shine a light and make a difference with a gift to Phi Kappa Phi in support of our award and grant programs. To make a gift visit www.phikappaphi.org/giving or print, fill out and mail in the form at the back of the report. Your membership and continued commitment to The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi is truly appreciated. The gifts you give today light the paths of tomorrow.

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FINANCIAL SUMMARY

THE HONOR SOCIET Y OF PHI KAPPA PHI

THE HONOR SOCIET Y OF PHI KAPPA PHI

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES

July 2020 - June 2021

July 2020 - June 2021

ASSETS Cash and Investments Accounts/Contributions Receivable Fixed Assets, Net Other Assets TOTAL ASSETS

REVENUES $75,261,310 189,905 1,487,632

Membership Dues Initiation Fees Charitable Contributions

$1,851,325 645,300 1,521,141

192,153 $77,131,000

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

Investment Return

14,817,631

Royalty Income

187,902

Other Revenues

391,430

TOTAL REVENUES

$19,414,729

Liabilities Accounts Payable and Accrued Liabilities Advanced Payment of Dues Other Liabilities TOTAL LIABILITIES

$321,162 10,678,171 107,376 $11,106,709

EXPENSES Program Support Management and General

$2,974,819 2,119,046

Net Assets Without Donor Restrictions With Donor Restrictions TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS

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P H I K A P PA P H I L I G H T I N G T H E F U T U R E

$61,654,247 4,370,044 $77,131,000

Fundraising TOTAL EXPENSES CHANGE IN NET ASSETS

90,330 $5,184,195 $14,230,534


PROGRAM SUPPORT

NEW INITIATES

39.1%

FELLOWSHIP

21,510

21.2%

2019

2020

2021

COMMUNICATIONS INITIATIVES

3.8%

50,646

50,645

58,033 LITERACY

50,652

1.4%

SCHOLAR/ ARTIST

2019

2020

2021

LIFE

0.4%

ANNUAL

DISSERTATION

ACTIVE MEMBERS 52,702

GRADUATE RESEARCH

20,908

1.3%

STUDY ABROAD

50,529

0.5%

27,554

2020-2021 Fiscal Year

INVESTMENTS

3.8 %

EXCELLENCE IN INNOVATION

LOVE OF LEARNING

Note: Audited financial statements are available online at www.phikappaphi.org.

$74,923,032

4.0%

$60,842,048

CHAPTER SUPPORT

$59,496,038

24.5%

2019

2020

2021

2021 ANNUAL REPORT

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