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THE POWER OF ONE 2018 ANNUAL REPORT | THE HONOR SOCIETY OF PHI KAPPA PHI


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THE POWER OF INNOVATION

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CONVENTION HIGHLIGHTS

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ast year, the Society was honored with a silver Power of A award from the American Society of Association Executives. The award recognizes the impact of nonprofit associations in every sector of society. Phi Kappa Phi is more than proud to have been identified as a kickstarter of innovation for our Excellence in Innovation Award. An association, however, exists only because of the people who support its mission, and so, in this issue of the annual report, we celebrate The Power of One – you, our donors. Open these pages to see what you have done through your generous contributions to the Phi Kappa Phi Foundation, which supports our robust and growing awards program. We were thrilled to announce at the 2018 Biennial Convention a 78 percent increase in our signature fellowship program, meaning the Society is now granting nearly one million dollars annually in awards to our members. This growth in awards is possible only because of your generosity and commitment to the ΦΚΦ mission of excellence and engagement. We are proud to have you as partners. On behalf of the more than 1.5 million members initiated since the Society’s founding in 1897 and those to come, we thank you for your partnership in our stewardship of the future. Your generosity is proof that you have heeded the words of the poet Rumi: “Be a lamp, or a lifeboat, or a ladder.”

THE POWER OF YOU 1897 Society Platinum Scholars Gold Scholars Silver Scholars Bronze Scholars

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Missy Hopper, Ph.D. Society President

Diane Smathers, Ed.D. Chair, Foundation Board of Trustees

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2018 at a glance

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To recognize and promote academic excellence in all fields of higher education and to engage the community of scholars in service to others.

Let the love of learning rule humanity.

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COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO

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ST. CATHERINE UNIVERSITY (#350) ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA

FROSTBURG STATE UNIVERSITY (#348) FROSTBURG, MARYLAND

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ABRAHAM BALDWIN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE (#346)

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NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY (#345) FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA

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Because of your generous support in 2018, we were able to continue one of the most prestigious trademarks of Phi Kappa Phi — our award and grant programs. Because of you, opportunities were given for graduate school and study abroad experiences. Because of you, literacy projects made a difference across the globe. Because of you, deserving members were able to continue their quest for lifelong learning.

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T H E P O W E R O F A ( S S O C I AT I O N ) In July 2018, Phi Kappa Phi was recognized by the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) with the 2018 Power of A Silver Award. The Society received the award for its efforts in recognizing and promoting innovation in higher education through its Excellence in Innovation Award. The Power of A Awards, the association industry’s top award, honor outstanding programs by associations that have a positive impact at the local, national, and global levels. Established in 2014 and awarded each biennium, Phi Kappa Phi’s Excellence in Innovation Award was created to recognize

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colleges and universities for their achievement in finding powerful solutions to improve the lives of others and create systematic large-scale change, as well as to raise awareness of the importance of encouraging innovation in higher education. Since its creation, the Innovation Award has been given to Tulane University in 2016 and most recently to Western Michigan University in 2018. “The power of an association is its ability to serve not only its membership but to represent them, to believe so passionately in its mission that it sees the potential for impact beyond its own members,” said Society Executive Director Mary Todd. “The Innovation Award is a direct extension of both the Phi Kappa Phi mission and members’ shared love of learning by lifting up the transformative work being done on college and university campuses across the country.”

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I N T H E I R O W N W O R D S MALINEE NEELAMEGAM 2018 Dissertation Fellow “It is an honor to receive the Dissertation Fellowship from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. The ABD finish line is challenging, and the fellowship will allow me to work towards completing my doctoral journey successfully. Beyond the financial assistance, the fellowship provides doctoral students like me the motivation and the reassurance of the importance of the work we do.”

Marcy Davis, principal of John F. Kennedy Elementary School (left); Texas A&M-Corpus Christi students Maddie Woods and Kaela Mathis; TAMU-CC professor Bethanie Pletcher; TAMU-CC student Audrey Barnes; and Kennedy Elementary Vice Principal Roana Rivera.

LIBERATUS J. RWEBUGISA 2018 Love of Learning Award Recipient “My interest in pursuing a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership is centered around my compassion to improve the educational opportunities, and by extension, the lives and well-being of people in rural, povertystricken communities. The Love of Learning Award from Phi Kappa Phi in support of my dissertation research in rural Tanzania is a substantial contribution to the achievement of my long-term career and professional goals.”

GRACE KINNER 2018 Study Abroad Grant Recipient “Being awarded the Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant truly opened doors for me into places I had only dreamed of going before. Without the award, I would not have been able to travel to Mexico to better my grasp of the Spanish language, understand nuances of cultures other than my own, and develop the independence that studying abroad requires of you. I am truly grateful to Phi Kappa Phi for believing in me and helping me to achieve my goals.”

Bethanie Pletcher greets students Zadie Gallegos, eight, and Jaleesa Ramirez, seven, as they prepare for their reading tutoring session.

Bethanie Pletcher, Audrey Barnes, Maddie Woods and Roana Rivera.

A LO V E F O R L I T E R A C Y Bethanie Pletcher, assistant professor of literacy education at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, knows the impact that early literacy experiences can have on a child’s life. With the assistance of a 2018 Literacy Grant from Phi Kappa Phi, Pletcher established a partnership between TAMU-CC student Maddie Woods works with a small Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s College of group of second-graders on literacy instruction. Education and Human Development and the John F. Kennedy Elementary School in Corpus Christi to help young learners struggling with literacy. The initiative, Islanders Helping the Early Acceleration of Readers Together (iHeart), pairs undergraduate teacher candidates with second-grade students for smallgroup instruction using specialized literacy materials. The program’s aim is to engage children in instructional-level reading in order to accelerate their reading skills and strategy use while also instilling a love for literacy early in the student’s education. “The Response to Intervention (RTI) model is used to assess and monitor students who might otherwise fall through the cracks. The children who need supplemental reading instruction under the RTI model deserve high-quality books that contain bright photos and interesting stories and topics. Because of this grant, we are able to provide these materials,” Pletcher said. “We are extremely grateful for this Literacy Grant from Phi Kappa Phi as purchasing books for our undergraduate student tutors and children to use during tutorial sessions is necessary for the successful continuation of our project.”

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hoebe Stark has a career goal as big “It is my goal to be able to keep a humanistic perspective as the world. She wants to work with National Geographic and research global health. And, with the help of Phi to my medical career by treating my patients as Kappa Phi, she’s one step closer. Stark is a 2018 fellowship recipient, individuals and not medical problems.” using the $5,000 she received from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi to start medical school at the University of California San Diego. “It is amazing how much I have learned in the past five months of medical school, but “I love hiking, exploring, and I still have a long way to go,” Stark said. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville grad has adventure, and so living in New also been working with the Free Clinic Project and on several research projects with the Zealand was a dream come true,” she Department of Surgery and with high-altitude research. said. “I am also a huge Lord of the Rings “I am climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania this summer and look forward to applying fan. It was an experience that changed what I have learned through my research to an extreme high-altitude experience,” she said. my life goals by igniting my passion for Stark is no stranger to mountains. While at Tennessee, she was a Kiwi Ambassador to global health and performing medical New Zealand, where she advocated for improved education and increased awareness for care and training around the world.” studying abroad in Oceana. That’s where National Geographic comes in. Stark wants to team up with the organization to provide health care in underserved communities, including training new providers in those communities. And even though she’s at the beginning of her career, she hopes the compassion she feels for those communities and all her patients becomes her trademark as she goes forward. “Too often, physicians become jaded and forget why they chose their career path: to heal and to do so with empathy and compassion,” she said. “While I am still in the beginning of my medical education, it is my goal to be able to keep a humanistic perspective to my medical career by treating my patients as individuals and not medical problems.” Stark is also thrilled to represent the medical community and Phi Kappa Phi. “When I first saw the email from Phi Kappa Phi, with ‘Congratulations!’ in the subject line, my initial reaction was shock, then excitement,” she said. “Phi Kappa Phi inducts only the most qualified and successful students, and so I was thrilled to be selected as a Phi Kappa Phi Fellow. I am honored to represent The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi to my school and the medical community.”

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he road to college wasn’t an easy one for J. Gabriel Ware. Having been in foster care since the age of one, he faced several challenges from an early age. It was these challenges, coupled with his underwhelming performance in school, that made it seem like higher education was out of reach. “I was a horrible student in school, to be honest with you,” he said. Students like Ware are the reason that Western Michigan University established its Seita Scholars program in 2008. The innovative program is a comprehensive support system that helps young adults who have aged out of the foster care system in the state of Michigan. Scholars of the program receive a scholarship, year-round oncampus housing, and one-on-one campus coaching for academic and personal support throughout their collegiate career. Because of his high school grades, Ware began his collegiate journey in community college. It was at that time that he first learned of the Seita program from one of his former caseworkers. After earning his associate’s degree, he applied and was accepted into the program. Before attending Western Michigan, Ware had to work several jobs to make

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ends meet while in community college. With the Seita program’s financial aid — which covers everything — he was able to advance past entry-level retail jobs as a student at WMU. “When you work two to three jobs to get through school, you don’t get jobs to help advance your career,” he said. Because of the Seita program, he was able to accept a six-month unpaid scholarship at a magazine in Washington, D.C., and earned a spot in a New York Times student journalism institute. The opportunity and chance at success afforded to Ware, and students like him, through the Seita program is why Phi Kappa Phi awarded its Excellence in Innovation to Western Michigan in May 2018. The $100,000 prize is given to an institution for achievement in finding powerful solutions to important challenges through innovation in higher education. “By lifting up an underrepresented population — young people who have aged out of foster care — the university has transformed lives and offered hope to individuals who may never have dreamed a college degree was within reach,” Society Executive Director Mary Todd said. Edward B. Montgomery, president of Western Michigan, accepted the award on behalf of the university at Phi Kappa Phi’s 2018 convention in Minneapolis. During his acceptance, Montgomery said one of the best parts of being president is going to commencements. “You get to see people and families who are filled with joy at what they’ve accomplished and what they’ve overcome,” Montgomery said. “If you ever get cynical about why we’re in the higher education business, sit back and watch graduation.” The Seita program, he said, is an incredible journey for students who had no pathway forward in life. Since its inception, it has graduated more than 140 students, many of whom have gone on to graduate school and medical school. And Ware is one of those students. Because he was dual enrolled his senior year at Western Michigan, the Seita program was able to pay for part of his master’s degree, too. “This is a great program, and I’m proud to be a part of it,” Ware said.

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Center photo: Western Michigan University and Seita Scholars Program alumnus J. Gabriel Ware talks about the impact the program made on his life. Ware, a Phi Kappa Phi member who was in the foster care system, earned a bachelor’s and a master’s degree from Western Michigan. The Seita Scholars Program at Western Michigan is the winner of the 2018 Excellence in Innovation Award. Bottom photo: Western Michigan University President Edward Montgomery with, from left, Seita Scholars alumnus J. Gabriel Ware and Seita Scholars Program Director Ronicka Hamilton. Western Michigan is the winner of the 2018 Excellence in Innovation Award for its Seita Scholars Program, which helps students with foster care experience transition to higher education.

The Seita program is an incredible journey for students who had no pathway forward in life. Since its inception, it has graduated more than 140 students, many of whom have gone on to graduate school and medical school.

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or almost 100 years, Phi Kappa Phi Fellowships have grown into one of the most prestigious programs in the Society. This year was one of the most momentous in Society history. In August, Phi Kappa Phi Fellowships were increased from $345,000 awarded each year to $615,000. That’s a 78 percent increase. “It’s no wonder I like to say ‘Awards are what we do,’ ” Executive Director Mary Todd said. The increased funding, which starts in 2019, will support fifty-eight fellowships for students in their first year of graduate or professional study. Fifty fellowships will be awarded at $8,500. Six Marcus L. Urann Fellowships, named for the founder of Phi Kappa Phi, will be awarded at $20,000. And there will be two new fellowships — the 1897 Fellowship, named for the year the

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Society was founded, and the Sherrill Carlson Fellowship, which honors lifelong scholar and donor Sherrill Carlson, at $35,000 each. Carlson’s donation was a big reason the Society was able to make such an ambitious expansion. She was an editor who worked at Washington State University, as well as with children’s books. Carlson also founded a magazine, Washington’s Land and People, and owned and published Northwest Living! Her father served as president of the Oregon State University chapter of Phi Kappa Phi. Carlson’s gift of nearly $950,000 upon her death in 2016 was the second-largest bequest made to Phi Kappa Phi. “I wish I’d had the opportunity to know Sherrill Carlson and to learn more about what Phi Kappa Phi meant to her,” Todd said. “Since her initiation

Fellows in 2018 investigated climate change, explored identity in artwork, investigated the self-made woman, supported families of scholars, helped advance work in neurobiology, and more. as a student, she remained an active member and a faithful supporter of our mission of excellence.” Donations like Carlson’s and yours support the Society’s mission of spreading the love of learning and honoring excellence in scholarship. Fellows in 2018 investigated climate change, explored identity in artwork, investigated the self-made woman, supported families of scholars, helped advance work in neurobiology, and more. “It’s an honor to receive the Phi Kappa Phi Dissertation Fellowship award to represent Portland State University and the Systems Science Graduate Program,” said fellowship recipient Alexandra E. Nielsen, who studies opioid abuse treatment and public policy. “The award will allow me to focus on my degree completion and my sons so I can finish strong.”

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CONVENTION

More than 250 chapter delegates, members, students, and guests gathered August 2-4 for the 2018 Biennial Convention in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The convention, themed Keep Calm and Carry On Excellence, marked the 45th gathering since the Society’s founding in 1897.

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The 2018-2020 Council of Students convenes for the first time in Minneapolis. From left are Anna Gardner, Angelica ZamoraDuran, Nicole Matis, Megan Burns, Boston Workman, and Drew McAbee.

Abd Al-Rahman Traboulsi, a 2017 Marcus L. Urann Fellow, delivers an inspiring speech recounting his experiences as a volunteer at Syrian refugee camps and field hospitals at the age of 17.

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Best-selling author and professor Julie Schumacher hosts a signing of her book Dear Committee Members after delivering the convention’s keynote address.

Chapter officers and national office staff discuss chapter management tips and best practices in the Consultants Corner.

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Convention attendees exchange tips and stories about chapter management during a training workshop.

Executive Director Mary Todd (far left) facilitates a panel discussion with three chief academic officers: University of Minnesota Provost Karen Hanson, Millikin University Provost Jeffery Aper, and Beth Ingram, former provost at North Dakota State University.

Convention attendees enjoy an evening of networking and history at the historic Mill City Museum.

Incoming Society President Missy Hopper delivers the closing remarks of the 2018 Biennial Convention.

2007-2010 Society President Bob Rogow (far left) and his wife, Carol Rogow, visit with 2001-2004 Society President Wendell McKenzie (far right) and his wife, Georgie McKenzie.

2016-2018 Society President Gypsy M. Denzine with, from left, Western Michigan University President Edward Montgomery, Seita Scholars alumnus J. Gabriel Ware, Seita Scholars Program Director Ronicka Hamilton, and Society Executive Director Mary Todd.

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2016-2018 Society President Gypsy M. Denzine accepts a $25,000 donation on Phi Kappa Phi’s behalf from GEICO representative Eric Impraim.

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I N T H E N E W S KEN WARD JR. (West Virginia University) was named a 2018 MacArthur Fellow. An investigative journalist and staff writer at the Charleston Gazette-Mail for more than twenty-five years, Ward received the fellowship for his in-depth coverage of the coal, chemical, and natural gas industries in West Virginia. He is one of twenty-five fellows to receive the Genius Grant, which comes with a $625,000 award over five years. 1

RITA DOVE (Miami University) was named poetry editor of The New York Times Magazine in June 2018. She is the fourth poet to hold the position. Dove is the recipient of several national awards including the Pulitzer Prize in 1987, the National Humanities Medal in 1996, and the National Medal of the Arts in 2012. She served as U.S. Poet Laureate from 1993 to 1995. 2 named president of Northern Illinois University in September 2018. Prior to this, she served as executive vice president and provost at the university, in which capacity she oversaw academic affairs, human

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FREEMAN HRABOWSKI (University of Maryland, Baltimore County) received the American Council on Education Lifetime Achievement Award in March 2018, one of higher education’s top honors. Hrabowski was recognized as one of the most accomplished campus leaders in the country and honored for his efforts in empowering educational opportunity for all as president of University of Maryland, Baltimore County since 1992. 4

MARINA DEBIASI (Florida Institute of Technology) was named

LISA C. FREEMAN (Kansas State University) became the first woman

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as the Sunshine State Conference Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year in July 2018. DeBiasi, a cross-country champion, graduated summa cum laude from Florida Tech in chemical engineering. As an undergraduate, she earned several honors and was a three-time recipient of the university’s Distinguished Student Scholar award. 5

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O N E S O C I E T Y. T W O G E N E R AT I O N S . T H R E E U N I V E R S I T I E S . It’s no secret that Phi Kappa Phi members have a lot in common between academic excellence and a commitment to service. But for three new members in Wisconsin, their bond goes beyond a love of learning. When Sarah Prusha received her invitation to join Phi Kappa Phi at the University of Wisconsin-Madison during the spring of 2018, her dad, Chris, and younger sister, Erin, were thrilled for her and also unsurprised. Sarah had recently graduated from UW-Madison in December 2017 with a bachelor of arts in psychology and a criminal justice certificate in just two and a half years. “I was very happy when I received my invitation to Phi Kappa Phi,” Sarah said. “I know how prestigious the honor society is, and I am honored to be a part of it.” What happened next came as a welcome surprise to the family when Erin, a junior studying chemistry and forensic investigation at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, also received an invitation to join. “I was surprised and honored to be selected to join Phi Kappa Phi,” Erin said. “I was familiar with it, because my sister had already received her invitation, but I was not expecting to receive my own.” The two sisters, attending different institutions, were delighted to share the honor together and were to be initiated in April, just two weeks apart. Their father, Chris, also was excited. “I was one proud father on hearing the news from both of them,” he said. What the Prushas didn’t know, however, was that they would soon have to schedule another initiation ceremony on the family calendar. Within a week of Erin receiving her invitation to join, Chris also received an invitation from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Currently pursuing a master’s degree in administrative leadership, Chris was both proud and overjoyed to become a member alongside his two daughters. Over the span of two and a half weeks, Sarah, Erin, and Chris were each initiated into their respective Phi Kappa Phi chapters — a cause for celebration, of course, for the entire Prusha family. “Earning a college education has always been important to me and my family, and it feels wonderful for all of us to be honored for our hard work and dedication,” Erin said.

In May 2018, the University of California-Davis chapter initiated more than 240 students. Among those students was fourteen-year-old Tanishq Abraham, one of the youngest members to ever join the Society. From a very early age, Tanishq, a native of Sacramento, was fascinated by all things science. It was this love of learning that he channeled into his education, and he began to excel in academics. At the age of seven, Tanishq started taking college courses at American River College, a community college in his hometown, while concurrently completing his high school degree. By eleven, he had earned three associate’s degrees from the college and graduated at the top of his class. At twelve years old, Tanishq was accepted into UC-Davis and began studies in biomedical engineering during the fall of 2016. “Being passionate about medical and engineering fields, I decided I would pursue a multidisciplinary field like biomedical engineering for my undergraduate degree,” he said. With the credits earned from American River College, Tanishq started at UC-Davis as a junior and began working as an undergraduate research intern in the university’s Biomedical Engineering Department. Just like any college student, he experienced the challenges that can accompany coursework, exams, studying, and more. It was evident, though, that his hard work paid off when he received his invitation to join Phi Kappa Phi. But Tanishq will be the first to admit that it hasn’t always been easy. “I had to overcome challenges during my seven years of college life, mainly because of my very young age,” Tanishq said. “Many people thought that there is no way a young child can do it, so I had to prove to them over and over again. Just like most college students who work hard, I have worked hard also.” Tanishq graduated from UC-Davis in June 2018 and began the next phase of his academic career: the pursuit of a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering. He was accepted into the biomedical engineering graduate program at UC-Davis and received the Deans’ Distinguished Graduate Fellowship, which guarantees five years of funding. No matter what follows for Tanishq after graduate school, it’s certain he will continue to be an inspiration to students of all ages. “In his passion to learn and reach his goals, he has inspired many around the world since he was seven years old,” said Tanishq’s parents, Taji and Bijou Abraham.  

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You are more than just a donor to us. You are a partner — a partner who stands behind our mission and helps us achieve success in more ways than one. Without your generous contributions, the achievements of the past year would not have been possible. Your support helps us continue to define the role we play in recognizing academic excellence year after year. On behalf of our community of scholars, thank you for all that you have done — and continue to do — in support of the Phi Kappa Phi mission.

1897 SOCIETY David Baker Colorado State University Harry Blevins Jr. East Tennessee State University Ruth Brasher Brigham Young University JoAnn Canales Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Armand Cantafio University of Bridgeport

Robert England Tennessee Technological University John Harman Clemson University

James Lee United States Military Academy Michelle Moore University of Southern California John O’Quinn North Carolina State University

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BRONZE SCHOLARS

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*University listed indicates Phi Kappa Phi chapter of affiliation.

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.

Teri Mika California State University, Northridge

John Grimsley Old Dominion University

Mary Todd Marshall University

Daniel Phillips University of Illinois at Chicago

PLATINUM SCHOLARS Fred Addison University of Georgia Mark Box The University of Kansas

MaryAnn Davis University of Louisville Mauricia Geissler University of Wisconsin-Madison

Kenneth Loveless Clemson University

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Diane Smathers Clemson University

Roderick Hart Pennsylvania State University

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Takeo Hokama University of Hawaii

Jane Aldrich University of Florida

C. Holmes Michigan State University

Charles Araki University of Hawaii

David Irwin Pennsylvania State University

Ronald Bergmann University of Southern California

William James Missouri University of Science and Technology

Paul Cardali University of Miami Edward Domning University of California-Davis

Max Joyner East Carolina University

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Cheryl Gunter Iowa State University

Robert Rogow Eastern Kentucky University

Jennifer Bucki Butler University

Susan H. and Coleman P. Henry University of South Florida

Mihaela Popa-McKiver Member at Large

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James Schaeffer The University of Texas at Austin

Laurie Kramer University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Daphyne Grimsley Old Dominion University

George Orr Colorado State University

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Pershing MacAllister Carroll University

Kenneth Gibbs University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Virginia Kern Iowa State University

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Albert Redd Jr. Member at Large

Jonathan Davies University of Louisiana at Monroe

Gagan Chopra Iowa State University

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David Joos Weber State University Ray Kahler University of Puget Sound

Craig Fox Texas A&M University

Daisy Kuhn California State University, Northridge

Carol Gard Bradley University

Brandon Kung University of California-Davis

Martha Gilbreath The University of Texas at Austin

Roger Lester University of Wyoming

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Carl Lieberman University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Christina McIntyre Virginia Tech Janice Micali The University of New Mexico Warren Mroz Northeastern University William Mulligan Jr. Murray State University

SILVER SCHOLARS Jennifer Aarons University of Nevada, Las Vegas Ardath Albizo San Diego State University Thomas Allen United States Military Academy Francis Amsler The University of Texas at Austin Norman Andresen University of Michigan

James Munkres Nebraska Wesleyan University

Elizabeth Andress University of Georgia

Marjorie Norquist University of Rhode Island

John Araiza California State University, Long Beach

Fanning Oakley Washington State University Philip Phillips Middle Tennessee State University Mark Pickett University of Connecticut Catherine Quinlan University of Southern California Vickie Rauser Montana State University William Reckmeyer San Jose State University Holly Rosencranz University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign David Silva Salem State University Gregory Smith California State University, Long Beach G. Sterner Pennsylvania State University Roger Stout Arizona State University Robert Thresher Colorado State University Leland Vail California State University, Long Beach

Betsy Arnette Virginia Tech Ron Aryel University of South Florida Donald Atkinson Weber State University Susan Audino Hood College Patrizia Barone University of Maryland Juliana Barr University of Southern California Mary Barrett The University of Mississippi Maureen Barrett University of Florida Lourdes Barro Louisiana State University Andrzej Bartke Southern Illinois University Carbondale Brenda Bartz University of Wisconsin-Madison Annette Bauer The Ohio State University Paul Bayless Purdue University

Lora Becker University of Evansville Loren Becker Kansas State University Richard Beckwell University of Maryland Linda Beechener University of Maryland Donna Bender Washburn University David Benfield South Dakota State University Elizabeth Benham Oklahoma State University Michael Benson Brigham Young University W. Alan Benson Missouri University of Science and Technology Nancy Bentley University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Helen Berg University of Wisconsin-Madison Jacqueline Bigelow University of Southern California Nancy Bishop California State University, Northridge

Thomas Booth California State University, Northridge David Borsani University of Hawaii Sid Bostic South Dakota State University John Bower University of Lynchburg Bege Bowers Youngstown State University James Bowring College of Charleston John Briesemeister University of Wisconsin-Platteville Stephanie Briffa University of Michigan Dennis Britt Campbell University Jan Brizee-Johnston University of Nevada, Reno Keith Broussard University of Louisiana at Lafayette Charles Bruch University of Wyoming Diana Bulot University of New Orleans Susan Bunch University of Louisville

Linda Bittner Michigan State University

Joseph Burmeister California State University, Fresno

Thomas Bizzell The University of Southern Mississippi

Robert Burnley Virginia Commonwealth University

Kevin Blake Florida Atlantic University Nancy Blattner Caldwell University Tonia Bloom California State University, Fresno Roger Blumer University of Wisconsin-Madison

Linda Burpee University of Houston-Clear Lake Robert Carbone Bradley University John Carman University of Maryland D. Rae Carpenter Jr. Virginia Military Institute Daniel Casaletto Northeastern University

Michael Bearb Lamar University

Donna Bock Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Leon Vermilya San Jose State University

Harriette Bearden University of Houston

Denise Bolding Oklahoma State University

Mildred Chambers Oregon State University

Robert Yamarik Cameron University

Daniel Beasley University of Memphis

Louise Bookman University of Rhode Island

Mary Chaney University of North Carolina at Charlotte

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Fu-Lien Chang California Polytechnic State University Anthony Chibuzor Jackson State University

Carmer Falgout University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Richard Gettys Jr. Clemson University

Carolyn Devine Lamar University

Timothy Felthouse University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Robert Gies Old Dominion University

Freddie Fenster University of Southern California

Margie Gilbert University of Alabama at Birmingham

Elizabeth Ferrill University of Maryland

Daniel Goelzer University of Wisconsin-Madison

Christine Di Lapi Clemson University

Linda Fialkoff Montclair State University

Sherita Golden University of Maryland

Dorothy Dickieson Alfred University

William Finch Pennsylvania State University

Carroll-Ann Goldsmith MCPHS University

Joel Digirolamo Kansas State University

Patricia Finnigan-Biocini San Jose State University

Dale Coleman Auburn University

Ronald Domanico University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Dianne Fleming Bradley University

Barbara Goodman California State University, Dominguez Hills

Lauretta Cooper Auburn University

Karen Dow Bowling Green State University

Jack Cortese The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Nancy Dowell Oklahoma State University

Sharon Chowdhuri Tennessee Technological University Cynthia Clem Clark Atlanta University Kimberly Clincy University of North Carolina at Charlotte Bobbie Clinkenbeard University of Houston-Clear Lake Michael Colacicco United States Military Academy

Don Cotter New Mexico State University Kimberly Cousins-Trent Virginia Commonwealth University Wayne Craney Member at Large

Thomas Devore Iowa State University Petra Dewitt Missouri University of Science and Technology

Geary Drost Oregon State University Aida Dugan Member at Large John Dunlap Southern Oregon University Malia Earle Northern Arizona University

Richard Crawford Louisiana State University

William Edwards Jr. University of Georgia

Susan Dalke Pittsburg State University Jeffrey Davis University of Maryland, College Park Nancy Deist Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Margaret Gordon California State University, Dominguez Hills

Jon Foley Boise State University

Mary Ann Gosser-Esquilin Florida Atlantic University

Albert Folop University of Maryland

Carl Graves University of Arkansas

Monica Forbes University of Central Florida

Janet Gray-Warner Michigan State University

Richard Ford III Weber State University

Alison Gregory Lycoming College

Fernando Forte University of Maryland University College

James Grover The University of Texas at Arlington

Martha Frost State University of New York College at Plattsburgh

Kathleen Edwards University of Georgia

Donald Crump The University of Alabama

Michael Flesch University of Missouri-St. Louis

Allison Frazier-Balser New Mexico State University

Lisa Edel Ciarrocchi Pennsylvania State University

Carol Crotty The Ohio State University

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Fausto Devecchi University of Massachusetts

Melissa Fujikuni California State University, Dominguez Hills

Joy Elledge The University of Oklahoma Joseph Elliott Missouri University of Science and Technology Norman Ende Virginia Commonwealth University

Linda Gush The Sage Colleges Christopher Hack Florida Atlantic University Lorraine Hale-Robinson East Carolina University Benjamin Hall Florida State University

Jose Garcia-Aranda United States Military Academy

Harry Hamlyn University of Arizona

Frank Garosi California State University, Sacramento

Anthony Harrington Campbell University Lauren Harris Michigan State University

Sondra Dennison Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Deborah Erickson University of Kentucky

Gregory Geeting California State University, Sacramento

Gypsy Denzine Northern Arizona University

Denise Eslinger Indiana State University

Robert Gentry University of Massachusetts

Joan Hartung University of Missouri-Kansas City

Fabbian Detweiler California State University, Fresno

Daniel Faletti University of California-Davis

Thomas George Kennesaw State University

Dena Hartzell University of Nevada, Las Vegas

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Dolores Hastings Oklahoma State University Kathleen Heide University of South Florida Karen Heine United States Naval Academy Wanda Heinz Eastern Michigan University Jay Helluin McNeese State University

Elaine Johnson-Copeland University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Ann Jones Louisiana State University Brian Jones University of Central Florida Feleafia Jones University of Louisiana at Monroe

WEERAKONDA ARACHCHIGE BHAGYA DE SILVA

Esther Hill University of Puget Sound

Flavio Joson California State University, Sacramento

Mary Hockaday New Mexico State University

Patricia Junio Kean University

Richard Holland University of West Alabama

Jeffrey Kaczmarczyk Virginia Tech

dissertation research. The whole experience enhanced my

Paul Horton Bowling Green State University

Judy Karinen California State University, Long Beach

Phi for supporting young scholars like me to achieve their

Gerald Houston Northwestern State University of Louisiana

Ching Y. Keiser Northeastern University

Marvin Huff University of Wyoming

Mary Keller Virginia Tech

Woodley Hunt The University of Texas at Austin

Debra Jean Kelsh The University of Kansas

Henry Hutcheson University of West Georgia

William Keppler Jr. Florida International University

Jonathan Hutchison Northern Illinois University

Elizabeth Kimble California State University, Fresno

Charles Ihle University of Wisconsin-Madison

M. Kirkham Kansas State University

Hans Isakson Washington State University

John Klai North Dakota State University

Ralph Iwens University of Florida

William Knight University of Houston-Victoria

Mary Hennessey Iyer University of Southern Maine

Monika Kratzmann Northeastern University

Daniel Jackson Purdue University

Alan Kuczynski University of Miami

George Jackson II University of Puerto Rico

Lucien Laborde Jr. Louisiana State University

Fran Jayo University of Nevada, Reno

Charles Lace University of Wyoming

Robert Jenks The University of New Mexico

Michael Lagas Fordham University

David Jensen Elmhurst College

Eric Lambert Jr. Nova Southeastern University

Dale Johnson Iowa State University

Willie Lamouse-Smith University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Love of Learning Award Recipient

“This award supported my travel to the 2018 Experimental Biology meeting in San Diego, California, to present my growth as a young scientist. I am thankful for Phi Kappa dreams and progress towards their passions through these financial awards.”

SARAH WALDVOGEL Marcus L. Urann Fellow

“I am grateful for the support of Phi Kappa Phi as I enter the next eight years of my professional training. The fellowship will help me pursue my goal of becoming a physician scientist through the Baylor College of Medicine Medical Scientist Training Program. Although I believe that the combination of the M.D. and the Ph.D. will provide me with the training I need to become a practicing oncologist and a cancer researcher, the length of the training can create a financial burden that the fellowship will help relieve.”

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VINIT C. SHANBHAG Dissertation Fellow

“Phi Kappa Phi encourages students to apply for many

Willis Lansford University of Maryland

Patricia McLennan Widener University

Diana Lawson University of Maine

Henry Meares University of Michigan

Terrence Leas Florida State University

David Mehlum University of Arizona

Gerald Leischuck Auburn University

Joan Meinke Michigan State University

Amy Lemke University of Arizona

Robert Menson Michigan State University

Rebecca Lemmermann Arizona State University

Nancy Miller California State University, Los Angeles

Carol Levy Mississippi State University

different kinds of awards for professional and career development activities. I really encourage students

Michael Lichtensteiger The Ohio State University

to avail this opportunity. I am very thankful to the

Margaret Limtao California State University, Dominguez Hills

organization in supporting me during this critical period of my thesis writing.”

Alice Loper The University of Texas at Austin

James Moe University of California-Davis

Mark Lorenti Augusta University

Charles Moore United States Military Academy

Esmaiel Malek Utah State University Scott Markel University of Minnesota John Mateczun The University of New Mexico

“The funding for this experience has changed my life. This ability to travel halfway around the world to enhance

Patricia Mayall California State University, Northridge

my collegiate education is imperative towards my educational, personal, and spiritual growth. Without

John Mazuski California State University, Fresno

this award, I am not sure that I would be able to fulfill

Marie McCarron University of Rhode Island

my dream to study abroad. I am sure that Phi Kappa Phi enabling me to travel abroad will positively impact every community that I will be a part of. Thank you so much for this gift towards my future.”

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Laura Misenheimer North Carolina State University L. Ellen Moats Villanova University

Dennis Lutz Montana State University

HAYLEE C. ALBRECHT

Betty Miner Oregon State University

Jason Longley Pennsylvania State University

Nancy Luce Oklahoma State University

Study Abroad Grant Recipient

Julia Milliken University of Maine

Michael Moorman United States Military Academy Gloria M oreno University of Maryland University College Janet Morgan Iowa State University William Morgan Purdue University Barbra Mosley North Carolina A&T State University Grady Muldrow Texas A&M University Neil Murphy Virginia Commonwealth University

Donna McCleerey Butler University

Patricia Murphy Indiana University-Purdue University at Fort Wayne

Fawn McGee Florida State University

Marie Mutz Pennsylvania State University

Jerry McGee East Carolina University

Traci Navarre Southeastern Louisiana University

Wendell McKenzie North Carolina State University

Mitchell Newman Clarkson University

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Sharon Nickols University of Georgia Robert Nisbet University of Maryland Marion Nobrega The University of Toledo Douglas Noverr Michigan State University John Oakberg The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Charles Peters California State University, Los Angeles Gregory Petrey Jacksonville State University James Pflugh Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania Nancy Philipp University of Maryland

Patricia O’Brien Kansas State University

Paula Pinkley The University of Tennessee at Martin

Cynthia O’Halloran East Carolina University

Orville Plum Montana State University

Maria Rosa Olivera-Williams The Ohio State University

Nancy Pogue University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Robert Olson University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Eric Pohl University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Robert Ruemelin University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Charlotte Simmons University of Maryland

Floyd Rushton Clemson University

Sandra Simmons Michigan State University

Dennis Ryan McKendree University

Jeffrey Smith New Mexico State University

Theodore Ryan Florida Institute of Technology

M. Smith University of South Florida

Ron Saffa Oklahoma State University

Penny Smith University of Maryland

Robert Salem Jr. Kansas State University

William Smith-Hinds Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania

Juan Sandoval The University of New Mexico Dawn Sarginson Nova Southeastern University Bernard Schuchner University of Maryland Thomas Schunn University of Minnesota

Charles O’Malley III University of Rhode Island

C. Hope Poindexter Pennsylvania State University

Nora Onishi University of Hawaii

Donald Poppke American University

Macie Seale The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

Gabriela Ornelas California State University, Northridge

Wenderly Porterfield Western Washington University

John Seppanen North Dakota State University

Iftekhar Rahman Northeastern University

Frank Serio Jr. Northwestern State University of Louisiana

Alan Ostendorp New Mexico State University Rita Ousterhout Iowa State University Michele Page University of California-Davis P. Russell Palmiter University of Memphis Genevieve Papik-Geyser San Diego State University Laurie Pappas University of Michigan Robert Paraska Youngstown State University Lynn Parker University of Missouri-Kansas City William Parzybok Jr. Colorado State University Karen Patty-Graham Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Craig Pearson The University of Toledo

Lee Randall The University of Mississippi Patricia Rea Northern Arizona University Rachel Reams Purdue University Susan and Buddy Redd Member at Large Patricia Rischar Western Illinois University Sheila Rogers University of Minnesota Carole Root Northern Arizona University

Carol Servino University of Nevada, Las Vegas Bobby Shackouls Mississippi State University Ronald Shaklee Youngstown State University Rick Shale Youngstown State University Estherina Shems University of Lynchburg Johnny Shepard Eastern Michigan University

Brian Rose Elon University

Lee Shiloh California State University, Dominguez Hills

Aden Ross The University of Utah

Jean’ne Shreeve University of Idaho

Jeffrey Ross University of West Georgia

Maire Simington Arizona State University

Stephen Ross Elon University

Richard Simmonds University of Nevada, Reno

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Theresa Sorcek University of Maryland James Soules Texas Tech University Joseph Souza University of Bridgeport Warren Ray Spadoni Drury University Janet Starnes Southern Illinois University Carbondale Tracy Steinberg The College of New Jersey Lila Stevens University of Maine David Stewart University of Southern California Jeffrey Stone Auburn University James Strange University of South Florida Donald Stuber Georgia Institute of Technology Ruth Swenson Iowa State University Betty Swirnow University of Nevada, Las Vegas Elizabeth Sztul University of Maryland Belinda Tafoya-Porras New Mexico Highlands University Frederick Telling Cornell University William Terrell Wichita State University John Tielking Texas A&M University

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Thomas Tiggs The University of Toledo

Alicia Williams University of Maryland

Steven Ahrenholz University of Minnesota

Dagmar Beck University of Houston

Dianne Toebe University of Alaska Anchorage

Jean Williams American University

Joseph Aiken Western Carolina University

Stanley Tokarz Jr. University of Maryland

Roberta Williams University of Southern California

Anson Albree Auburn University at Montgomery

Richard Beck California State University, Fullerton

Alan Turnbull American University

Michael Wilson Colorado State University

James Allison II Georgetown College

William Beckemeier University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Audrey Urquhart University of Florida

Beverly Wilt-Dulaney University of Maryland

Mark Amaya Purdue University

Dawn Becker George Mason University

Joyce Ursin University of Wisconsin-Madison

George Winton United States Military Academy

Heather Becker The University of Texas at Austin

Theresa Valiga Villanova University

William Winzer Pittsburg State University

Marlene Amdur-Ferguson University of Maryland, Baltimore County

John Hans Van Arkel University of Southern California

Pamela Withrow Michigan State University

Margaret Vorous East Tennessee State University

Margaret Wolverton Kean University

John Votaw United States Military Academy

Gordon Wood Wichita State University

George Wm. Walker Jr. University of Maryland

Theodore Wood University of Nevada, Reno

Wendy Walker Florida Institute of Technology

Anthony Wylie The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Veda Ward California State University, Northridge

Norman Yoder Purdue University

Judith Watson California State University, Fullerton

Ann Marie Yodh University of Connecticut Thomas Yoksas University of Wyoming

Jennifer Wayne Virginia Tech Virginia Webb The University of Mississippi Pamela Wendt Northern Arizona University Ryan Wheeler Florida Atlantic University

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Lance Young University of West Florida

Christine Zeta San Jose State University

BRONZE SCHOLARS Barbara Aaron University of Maryland

Vernon White Samford University

Paul Adams University of West Georgia

Glenn Whiteside Wichita State University

Elise Addison University of West Georgia

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Gerald Beiersdorf University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Monica Arroyo Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico

Paula Bennett Pennsylvania State University

James Ashe Jr. Winthrop University Catherine Aust University of Georgia

Steven Bibeau United States Naval Academy Imelda Birkett Member at Large Becky Blair California State University, Long Beach

Ronda Bachtell University of Nevada, Reno

Joy Bland Arizona State University

John Balaban North Carolina State University

Charles Bobo The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Patricia Boudreaux The University of Mississippi Lauren Boyd Texas A&M University

Debra Barnhart Montclair State University

Verna Bridgewater University of New Orleans

Evelyn Barrett University of Wyoming

Juliet Briskin Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

Richard Barrett Member at Large David Bartel The University of Utah Michelle Bartoletti University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Joseph Barton The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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Christopher Bertaut University of South Florida

Monika Averitt University of Houston

Mary Barba California State University, Sacramento

Thomas Yturbide Jr. University of Nevada, Reno

Nadine White University of Maryland, College Park

Fredrick Anderson Colorado State University

Oteka Ball Oklahoma State University

Harold Zimnick Member at Large

Alice White Texas Tech University

Michael Beckman The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina

George Aschenbrenner Villanova University

Natalie Wyss Georgia College & State University

Flynn Warren Jr. University of Georgia

Penny Amy University of Nevada, Las Vegas

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Casey Britt Western Kentucky University Denise Brouillette-Jacobson University of Massachusetts Gregory Bruening Northern Arizona University Mary Brust Bradley University


Eric Buchman Montclair State University

Sherrell Cherry Georgia Southern University

Morris Buenemann Jr. Missouri University of Science and Technology

Lois Christel The Ohio State University

Robert Buerki The Ohio State University Robert Burgener Brigham Young University Irene Burstein California State University, Northridge Alfred Bushway University of Maine Robyn Butler University of North Florida Jules Buxbaum Purdue University Joseph Byers Florida State University Sally Jan Calbeck-Schoen California State University, Fullerton

Diane Chun Purdue University Harris Chustz Jr. Louisiana State University Denise Clark Florida Atlantic University Sally Clausen Southeastern Louisiana University Steele Clay Old Dominion University Nicholas Claytor Pennsylvania State University Lee Ann Clements Jacksonville University Nathan Clements Mississippi State University Walter Clore The University of Texas at Austin

Kelli A. Carlton The University of Texas at Austin

Daniel Cloutier Iowa State University

Pamlea Carr Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania

Nita Cole Louisiana State University Shreveport

Katherine G. Carretti Pennsylvania State University

Evelyn Connally Member at Large

Patricia Carter University of Wyoming

Janet Connell-Lovell Lewis and Clark College

Mark Casanova The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

David Connelly The University of Texas at Austin

Barbara Casey New Mexico Highlands University Judith Caskey Texas A&M University-Commerce

EMILY LEEPER Phi Kappa Phi Fellow

“Phi Kappa Phi’s support for its members goes above and beyond other honor societies. I have never been a part of an organization that provides such ample and readily available resources for scholars. I will be forever grateful that Phi Kappa Phi made my dreams of pursuing graduate studies more attainable. Finally, Phi Kappa Phi has provided invaluable interactions with other ambitious intellectuals that have opened my eyes to a variety of academic perspectives. I will carry Phi Kappa Phi’s passion for uniting diverse scholarly interests with me throughout my endeavors.”

Michael Connerton University of Houston-Victoria Richard Connor Jr. Florida Institute of Technology

Gary Champagne University of Southern California

Thomas Conry University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

David Chargin University of California-Davis

C. Cook Western Carolina University

Jacquelyn Chavez Lamar University

Kelsey Coon University of Louisiana at Monroe

Qi-Yu Che Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Cary Cooper The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

Roger Cherney University of Connecticut

Frederick Corey Arizona State University

RYAN DAVIS Love of Learning Award Recipient

“Phi Kappa Phi has helped me to accelerate my professional career through its generous support of the Love of Learning Award. I have been able to present my research and participate in critical training programs that is helping me prepare for the next level in my career.”

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Luene Corwin Cornell University

Steven Draeger University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Kay Cosner Northern Arizona University

Sonya Duchak University of Southern Maine

Rita Creel California State University, Long Beach

Ryan Duling Ohio Northern University

Patricia Cronin-Grossman University of Illinois at Chicago

MCCAIDE WOOTEN

Rex Crumpacker Kansas State University

Love of Learning Award Recipient

Phillip Crunk The University of Alabama

“I can’t thank Phi Kappa Phi and the generous donors to its award programs for continuing to support my

David Cundiff University of Delaware

career and personal development enough. As the costs

Helen Dailey Youngstown State University

of education continue to rise, finding the funds to augment core undergraduate and graduate curricula

Judith Daly University of Maryland

with supplemental courses or experiential learning

Russell Dart University of West Florida

opportunities can be daunting. Every little bit of support

Stuart Davidson The University of Utah

from organizations like Phi Kappa Phi eases financial strain on students and opens up doors that would have

Joseph Davis Clemson University

otherwise been unaccessible.”

Bonnie De Bold University of Maryland William De Graf United States Military Academy Elwyn Deal Clemson University

KANDIS WRIGHT Dissertation Fellow

“This fellowship has given me an amazing opportunity to specialize in a research technique that will help me complete my Ph.D. dissertation and that I can use in my career both as a biomedical researcher and medical clinician. I simply cannot say thank you enough to Phi Kappa Phi for their support and encouragement. Thank you!”

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Ruami Dyck Eastern Washington University Patricia Eargle Member at Large Peggy Jo Eaton Idaho State University R. Edwards Clemson University Tommy Elioff Louisiana Tech University Gwendolyn Elliott The University of Kansas Laurie Ellison University of Central Florida Jeffrey England Austin Peay State University Howard Erickson Kansas State University Jean Espenshade University of Wisconsin-Madison Joe Ezell University of Maryland University College

Charlotte Delissovoy Pennsylvania State University

Fred Fairchild Kansas State University

Donn Devine Widener University

Debra Farrar University of North Florida

Winnie Devore The University of New Mexico

Michael Faynik Western Illinois University

Merton Dewitt Drury University

Dolores Federation Rochester Institute of Technology

John Diefenback Western Illinois University

Connie Fegan University of Missouri-Kansas City

William Dietzman New Mexico State University

Bruce Fellows California State University, Long Beach

Marilyn Dishman-Horst Pittsburg State University

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Thomas Durkin Northern Illinois University

James Deboard California State University, Los Angeles

Dale Dittmer The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina

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Michael Dumont University of Delaware

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Frank Felsenstein Ball State University Jon Fifield Northern Arizona University


Susan Fiorito Florida State University Ann Fiske California State University, Sacramento

Kevin Geoghegan California State University, Sacramento James George Georgia Institute of Technology

Julaine Harding University of Maryland

Kathleen Hornberger Member at Large

Louis Harris Virginia Commonwealth University

Jami Hornbuckle Morehead State University Jorie Hoskins Northern Arizona University

Elizabeth Fitzgerald The Ohio State University

Yohannes Getachew University of Massachusetts

Garry Hart California State University, Dominguez Hills

David Flater University of Maryland

James Gill The University of Texas at Austin

Laura Hauer Northern Arizona University

Mark Fleming Member at Large

John Gilmore Louisiana State University

John Hedrick University of Georgia

Harold Flint Montclair State University

Jacob Gold The University of Texas at Austin

Alexa Henderson Clark Atlanta University

Joseph Folk Youngstown State University

Dorace Goodwin St. Cloud State University

Mary Jo Hendricks Longwood University

Betty Folks-Pettigrew Weber State University

Suzanne Gordon University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Leland Hendrix Brigham Young University

David Foose Oklahoma City University L. M. K. Franklin Kean University John Fraser Jr. The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston John Freeman Jr. North Carolina State University Elaine Fries Texas A&M University Christina Fritsch University of Southern California Edward Fritz University of Evansville Joidaz Gaines North Carolina A&T State University Daniel Galles University of Wyoming Carol Ganow Member at Large John Garay United States Military Academy Octavio Garcia Sr. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

Thomas Gormley University of Florida Paul Govekar Ohio Northern University Cruz Gray California State University, San Bernardino

Joseph Hovanes Youngstown State University Alan Hovestadt Western Michigan University Lillian Howie East Carolina University Francine Huang Friend of Phi Kappa Phi John Hull Radford University Fern Hunt The Ohio State University

Lawrence Henley University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Stephen Hupp Virginia Military Institute

Victoria Henschel University of California-Davis

Daniel Hutcherson University of Southern California

Amy Hess The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Gerard Iacangelo University of Maryland

Joseph Heyward Francis Marion University

David Ilson University of Connecticut

Catherine Hicks Virginia Commonwealth University

Michael Inman Western Illinois University

Sheila Hight Longwood University

Barbara Ives Rochester Institute of Technology

Robert Hill University of Georgia

Niranjan Iyer University of Texas at Dallas

Jill Himmer University of Maryland

Arthur Haizlip Oklahoma State University

Rhonda Jackson The University of Tulsa

Klaus Hinkelmann Virginia Tech

Robert Haley Oregon State University

Elizabeth Hodge East Carolina University

Greg Janoch Missouri University of Science and Technology

John Ham Georgia Institute of Technology

John Hodges University of Maryland

Edsel Hamilton III University of Southern California

James Holler University of Wisconsin-Platteville

Charles Hanes Oklahoma State University

Jean Holley University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Christa Griffin University of Maryland John Grubbs Member at Large Kay Gruling University of Wisconsin-Madison Elia Gutierrez California State University, Dominguez Hills

Lee Ann Gardner University of Alaska Anchorage

Eleonore Hansen Bradley University

Elizabeth Gazza University of North Carolina Wilmington

Joan Hansen Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Bruce Jenkins The University of Utah Theresa Jensen University of Louisville Danette Johnson West Virginia Wesleyan College Carolyn Jones University of Georgia

Steven Hollister Grand Valley State University

Robert Jones Utah State University

Missy Hopper Mississippi State University

Kimberly Joseph University of Maryland

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Jack Kamerman Kean University

Suzanne Larson Auburn University

Dorothy Kane Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Cheryl Laska DePaul University

David Kanyer Washington State University Jeffrey Keller Pennsylvania State University Fred Kelley Clarkson University

Rebecca Lott University of Georgia

Christiana Lassen California State University, Los Angeles

Linda Lowenstine University of California-Davis Holger Luther Pennsylvania State University

Janet Laston California Polytechnic State University

Patricia Lyall San Jose State University

Marcia Laundy University of Maryland

Paul Kelty Member at Large

Barbara Lyman The University of Texas at Austin

Conrad Kercher University of Wyoming

Lorena Lawson University of Maryland University College

Alan Kerry Pennsylvania State University

Lucinda Lea Middle Tennessee State University

Robert Malseed Auburn University

Virginia Keville Salem State University

Maribeth LeBreton Widener University

Ada Marin San Diego State University

David Kinder Wichita State University

Richard LeComte The University of Alabama

John Marincel University of Missouri-Kansas City

Teresa Kirkpatrick University of Florida

Robert Leedham Jr. The University of New Mexico

Leslie Marsh University of Nebraska at Kearney

Robin Ivy Klein American University

Nancy Lehmann-Carssow The University of Texas at Austin

Carl Kulp Jr. The University of Kansas

William LeRette Northeastern University

Laurie Kuna Michigan State University

Curtis Leseman California Polytechnic State University

Michael Kupfer Michigan State University Marcella Kysilka University of Central Florida Judith Lachenmyer San Jose State University

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Joan Lorden The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Jennifer Martin Utah State University Maria Del Martinez University of the Philippines Mayne Marvin Clarkson University William Mascitello Fordham University

William Leslie Oregon State University

Harold McAnney University of Central Florida

Norman Lettich Pennsylvania State University

Robert Ladendorff Northern Arizona University

Christina Leverenzzi California State University, Dominguez Hills

Henry Lafont Jr. Nicholls State University

Rebecca Lewis Lycoming College

James Lamadrid University of Maryland

Rueith Lewis Western Michigan University

Jane Ann Lamph The University of Utah

Thomas Lewis Westfield State University

Deanna Landry National Office Staff

Loretta Loftus University of South Florida

Royce Larsen The University of Utah

Anthony Longo Michigan Technological University

Rose Larson Idaho State University

John Lopez New Mexico State University

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Dominic Maliaros Fordham University

Thomas McNeill Brigham Young University Robert McTyre Kennesaw State University James Mehring Colorado State University Eddy Mejia Lamar University Thomas Melchior University of Evansville Brian Melloy Clemson University Kittie Lynn Messman University of Maryland Michael Meszaros University of South Florida Vincent Miles Washburn University Elaine Miller University of Louisville Connie Milliken North Carolina State University Susan Mills Widener University David Milroy Northern Illinois University Linda Miner University of Arizona Jude Mondonedo University of Maryland Chester Moore Jr. Colorado State University

Anne McCabe University of Georgia

Marcia Moore The University of Texas at Austin

Brendan McCluskey Kean University

Barbara Moots Wright State University

Margaret McFadden University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Stanley Morantz The University of Kansas

John McHugh Purdue University

Alan More Member at Large

Robert Mckay The University of Utah

Billy Morgan Murray State University

Dawn McKenzie Eastern Kentucky University

Hilary Morgan Jacksonville University

William McLaughlin University of Memphis

James Mostrom North Carolina State University

Mary McNamara The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Robert Moyers Tennessee Technological University

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C. Scott Mueller The Ohio State University

William Owens Washington State University

Margaret Murray Cornell University

R. Dean Packard Northern Arizona University

Sherry Neal Wesleyan College

Linda Page University of South Florida

Margaret Neese University of North Florida

Robert Parks Troy University

Theresa Nemmers Oklahoma State University

Albert Parr Oregon State University

Kendall Newell University of Maine

Jerry Patterson The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

“I am incredibly grateful for this generous award from

Lisa Paul Eastern New Mexico University

advantage of my study abroad experience by providing

Norma Newkirk Northern Arizona University Marvin Nickerson Angelo State University Jacqueline Noonan Miami University

Gretchen Paupore Michigan Technological University

Norine Noonan College of Charleston

Lloyd Peake California State University, San Bernardino

James Nott University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Merryll Penson University of Georgia

Georgia Nygaard North Dakota State University

William Peterman University of Illinois at Chicago

Michael O’Brien Villanova University

Monica Peters Washington State University

W. Oehlert Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Carol Peterson South Dakota State University

Christopher Oliss Miami University Bonita Oliva Fort Hays State University

Phi Kappa Phi that will enable me to take even more me the chance to travel as I work on my research for my thesis through the Croft Institute for International Studies at the University of Mississippi. Study abroad is such a fantastic and enriching academic experience, and this grant will enable me to leave no stone unturned during my time abroad.”

Leroy Pickett Member at Large Anthony Pico Jr. Montclair State University

William Oliver Montclair State University

Constance Pierson University of Maryland, Baltimore County

John Oller Jr. University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Heather Pittman Black Hills State University

Richard Olson University of Minnesota

Charles Plassmann The University of Texas at Austin

Alise Orloff University of Maryland, College Park

Joanne Pollara Montclair State University

Ramona Osgood University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

RAGAN KETROW Study Abroad Grant Recipient

Katherine Presswood University of South Florida Thomas Prihoda Oregon State University

Arlene O’Tell University of Connecticut

Barbara Purvis Northern Arizona University

Yukie Ouchi University of Hawaii

Anthony Razov East Carolina University

TANNER S. TELFORD Phi Kappa Phi Fellow

“This fellowship will directly help me cover the costs associated with an overseas education. As a first-generation college student, this award will help me in ways my family cannot and will allow me to continue my educational pursuits.”

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NISHI SHAH Phi Kappa Phi Fellow

“Joining Phi Kappa Phi my junior year of college allowed me to make connections, both with students and faculty, that I never would have otherwise. To be recognized by an organization that promotes academic excellence, as

Linda Redington San Jose State University

Christine Rydel Grand Valley State University

Dolores Reed Oregon State University

Alan Salisbury United States Military Academy

Harry Reeves University of Southern California

John Sallstrom Georgia College & State University

Cynthia Reibenstein University of Houston

Veronica Samborsky Pennsylvania State University

Jane Reilly Eastern Kentucky University

Joyce Sandin University of Central Missouri

Songkao Ren Western Illinois University

Daniel Sandweiss University of Maine

Traci Reust The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

John Santini University of Michigan

Lani Revell University of North Texas

well as fellowship and community, on a national level is

Ronald Rhodes Brigham Young University

truly an honor.”

Katharine Roach Fordham University Randin Roland Northern Arizona University

BABAJIDE A. OJO Love of Learning Award Recipient

in Boston via the Love of Learning award. I am opportunity as I will be able to share my research, learn from others, and network with other students and professionals in my field.”

Janet Schlechter Northern Arizona University

Richard Rose The Sage Colleges

James Schneller Jr. University of Wisconsin-Platteville

Nancy Roth California State University, Northridge

Robert Schoenhals Purdue University

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Drusilla Scott Western Carolina University Helen Scully Southern Oregon University Barbara Sears Michigan State University Larry Sears Oklahoma State University

Stephen Ruger The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Rosemary Seggert Portland State University

Stewart Ryckman Purdue University

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Douglas Schwartz University of Houston

Kay Rudek St. Cloud State University

Mason Russell Salem State University

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Randy Schenkman Syracuse University

Ricardo Roque Nova Southeastern University

Diana Roy California State University, Fullerton

especially grateful for this career development

Rebecca Scalio University of Delaware

Maureen Romine New Mexico Highlands University

Steven Rovnyak Cornell University

my travel to the Annual Nutrition Science Meeting

Martha Saunders University of West Georgia

Paul Scherrer Missouri University of Science and Technology

John Roukema Montana State University

“Phi Kappa Phi graciously provided support funds for

Jose Santos University of Puerto Rico

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Mary Seidl University of Wisconsin-Madison Amy Serpe DePaul University


Charles Sewright California State University, Long Beach

Gaeton Stella Fordham University

Shirley Treadaway Kennesaw State University

Marc Weinberg Ithaca College

Timothy Stewart American University

John Treanor Fordham University

Susan Werner University of Houston-Victoria

James Stith The Ohio State University

Brian Turner The Ohio State University

Richard Westing University of California-Davis

Saundra Stock University of Central Florida

Richard Turner Florida Institute of Technology

Theresa Wherrett Michigan State University

Melony Shemberger Murray State University

Gary Stone University of Maryland University College

Linda Tyler Lamar University

Linda Whetzel Armstrong State University

Richard Shermoen Washburn University

Gary Stork Clarkson University

William Underseth The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

William Wilhelm Wichita State University

Brian Shouse University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Aurora Sundt California State University, Long Beach

Mark Underwood Missouri University of Science and Technology

Sonya Simon University of Houston-Downtown

Colleen Swartz University of Kentucky

Jon Simons Westmont College

David Sylva University of Maryland

Dora Vandine Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania

Anne Simpson University of North Texas

Michael Tavas Fordham University

Richard Singletary Old Dominion University

Thomas Tenney The University of Toledo

Lydia Singura Kean University

Katherene Terrell Oklahoma State University

Jon Sjogren Oregon State University

Linda Thompson University of Minnesota

Kristina Skrine McNeese State University

Marcia Thompson Pennsylvania State University

Joseph Slayton University of Maryland

Aaron Thorne Missouri State University

Stewart Smith Louisiana State University

Mary Thornton The University of Southern Mississippi

Jack Sharer Pennsylvania State University Edward Sheehan Jr. The Ohio State University Wendy Shellhorn University of South Florida

Marchell Sparks New Mexico State University Penelope Speed Clemson University

Mary Tinsley Pittsburg State University

Frank Staggs Texas A&M University

Harry Tomita California State University, Long Beach

Joseph Stanik University of Maryland

Jill Torrente Fordham University

Benjamin Stanonik California State University, Fullerton

Doris Towe University of Maryland University College

Ronald Stearns University of the Pacific

Terry Townsend Oregon State University

Lorin Vant-Hull Member at Large Laurel Vaughn University of Evansville Carl Ventrice Jr. Tennessee Technological University Edward Wada University of Southern California Connie Wagoner East Carolina University Susan Walker Wesleyan College Diane Wall Mississippi State University Colleen Walsh University of South Alabama Rod Waltermann Minnesota State University, Mankato Mary Jane Wann Indiana State University Suzanne Wasilczuk University of WisconsinMilwaukee

Jerry Wilson Drake University Wiley Wilson III San Jose State University Martha Wingerd-Bristor Michigan State University Tom Woodard Louisiana State University Laura Woodson Virginia Commonwealth University Nicholas Wright Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott Rodner Wright Mississippi State University Zhaolei Xie Southeastern Louisiana University Fadi Yahya University of Southern California Laura Yee San Diego State University Curtis Young University of Hawaii William Younts III North Carolina State University Jane Zaharias The Ohio State University

Yoichi Watanabe University of Minnesota

Stanley Zielinski Jr. University of Central Missouri

Gerald Weatherspoon George Mason University

James Zimmermann III University of Houston

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L E A D E R S H I P B O A R D O F D I R E C T O R S Missy Hopper, Ph.D. President

O P E N D O O R S O F O P P O R T U N I T Y

Dan Sandweiss, Ph.D. President-elect Gypsy M. Denzine, Ph.D. Past President

W I T H A G I F T T O T H E P H I K A P PA P H I F O U N D AT I O N

David J. Silva, Ph.D. Vice President for Chapter Development Lora A. Becker, Ph.D.

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JoAnn Canales, Ph.D.

or generations, members like you have helped sustain the mission of the Society. It’s a mission that resonates through the more than 1.5 million members of Phi Kappa Phi who share the same love of learning. Help us continue our mission with a gift to the Phi Kappa Phi Foundation in support of our award programs. As you’ve read on the pages before, these programs make a difference in the lives of students, members, and communities around the world — and they are made possible only by the generosity of supporters like you. To make a gift to the Phi Kappa Phi Foundation, please use the envelope included or visit www.phikappaphi.org/giving. The gifts you give today will help open tomorrow’s doors of opportunity.

Laurie Kramer, Ph.D. Christina M. McIntyre Philip E. Phillips, Ph.D. Brett Ranon Nachman Graduate Student Representative Emily Scircle Undergraduate Student Representative Mary Todd, Ph.D. Society Executive Director

For more information about our giving opportunities, please contact:

F O U N D AT I O N B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S

DR. MARY TODD Executive Director

Diane Smathers, Ed.D. Chair

execdirector@phikappaphi.org 225.923.7700

Daniel S. Beasley, Ph.D. Lourdes Barro Wendy Lawrence Erin R. McClernon, J.D. Maire O. Simington, Ph.D. Mary Todd, Ph.D.

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FINANCIAL

NEW INITIATES 29,668

2016

28,166

27,629

summary

2017

2018

ACTIVE MEMBERS BY CATEGORY

49,892

48,824

47,263

61,229

61,246

REGULAR

59,414

LIFE

2016

2017

2018

INVESTMENTS

2017

57,720,457

54,566,423

50,969,094 2016

2018

COMBINED NET ASSETS

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K A P PA

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2017

$57,336,541

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$54,134,991

$50,677,007 2016

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COMBINED STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION

COMBINED STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES

At June 30, 2018 and 2017

For the Years Ended June 30, 2018 and 2017

ASSETS

2018

2017

Current Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents Investments Inventory Accounts Receivable Other Assets Total Current Assets

$172,141

$124,943

55,121,159

51,974,104

83,804

112,953

74,549

43,656

106,207

142,467

55,557,860

52,398,123

114,000

114,000

Property and Equipment Land

REVENUE, GAINS, AND OTHER SUPPORT

2018

2017

Contributions

$985,140

$167,059

Annual Membership Dues

1,864,220

1,836,987

Initiation Fees

593,360

563,320

Life Memberships

379,600

479,625

Dividends and Interest

1,387,091

1,484,417

Net Unrealized and Realized Gains on Investments

2,270,709

3,355,559

Sales of Jewelry, Certificate Frames, Apparel, and Other Items

37,705

237,494

210,486

124,384

71,209

27,177

-

-

7,799,520

8,276,022

317,540

324,990

Literacy Grants

29,953

29,989

Study Abroad Program

74,000

75,000

Building

1,515,118

1,333,233

Royalty Income

Furniture and Equipment

1,559,591

1,546,459

Other Revenues

(1,759,225)

(1,630,661)

Less: Accumulated Depreciation Property and Equipment, Net

Total Revenue, Gains, and Other Support

1,429,484

1,363,031

12,708

12,708

2,599,298

2,592,319

$59,599,350

$56,366,181

Other Assets Deposits Investments - Restricted Total Assets

Release of Restrictions

EXPENSES Fellowship Program

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

Scholar/Artist/Service Awards

Liabilities Current Liabilities

-

3,000

Dissertation Fellowships

100,000

100,000

Love of Learning Award

100,000

90,000

Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses

$386,583

$318,387

Advanced Payment of Dues, Current Portion

1,325,081

1,313,537

Advanced Payment Convention and Conference

National Office - Facilities and Operations 203,476

198,297

67,950

15,150

Resale Items

182,251

Notes Payable, Current Portion

84,468

89,704

Board of Directors

52,837

75,984

Due to Chapters

62,881

92,230

Depreciation

134,648

139,976

1,926,963

1,829,008

Development

14,281

17,408

Chapter Growth Committee Meetings

151,947

48,705

23,666

38,617

Marketing and Communications

633,293

630,815

Publications

279,286

261,611

56,052

100,817

Total Current Liabilities Long-Term Liabilities Advanced Payment of Dues, Net of Current Portion Notes Payable, Net of Current Portion Total Liabilities

335,846

317,811

-

84,371

2,262,809

2,231,190

Excellence in Innovation Award National Office - Salaries National Office - Fringe Benefits

-

100,000

1,447,669

1,319,449

435,291

387,988

110,124

Investments Expense

Net Assets

Interest Expense

4,159

6,837

Unrestricted

Information Technology

127,465

102,744

Other National Office Expense

276,420

249,698

Designated by Board for: Contingency Undesignated Permanently Restricted Total Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets

318,115

-

54,419,128

51,542,672

Convention Expense

54,737,243

51,542,672

2,599,298

2,592,319

Total Expenses

57,336,541

54,134,991

$59,599,350

$56,366,181

Professional Fees

Change in Net Assets Net Assets at Beginning of Year Net Assets at End of Year 2018

25,863

41,585

-

292,276

4,597,970

4,818,037

3,201,550

3,457,985

54,134,991

50,677,006

$57,336,541

$54,134,991

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