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2019 ANNUAL REPORT

THE HONOR SOCIETY OF PHI KAPPA PHI


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50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDATION

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DREAM MAKERS 1897 Society Platinum Scholars Gold Scholars Silver Scholars Bronze Scholars

ecember 17, 2019, marked the fiftieth anniversary of the Phi Kappa Phi Foundation. Incorporated in 1969 in the state of California, where the Society was then headquartered, the language of the founding document reflects the desire of the founding trustees to establish a permanency for the organization – its purpose was to further education through an awards program. They had a dream, that Phi Kappa Phi would grow and prosper and extend its love of learning broadly. But in order to achieve its purpose – and realize the dream – the Foundation also had to declare its intention to solicit, receive, invest, and steward funds; in other words, to provide a means to support the awards program. The Foundation became what its name implies, the foundation on which the sustainability of the Society is built. In the fifty years since, the Foundation has indeed grown, as has the number of awards available to members, now close to $1 million annually. But so, too, has the number of donors to Phi Kappa Phi. We’re proud to count you among those members who show your commitment to the mission of advancing the love of learning through a gift to the Foundation. Thank you for your partnership in that mission and for your generosity. On behalf of the more than 1.5 million members initiated since the Society’s founding nearly 125 years ago, we celebrate you. You truly reflect the words of author Ursula K. Leguin: “All you have is what you are, and what you give.” In gratitude,

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Missy Hopper, Ph.D. Society President

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

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Mary Todd, Ph.D. Executive Director

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2019 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.

N E W C H A P T E R S March 13, 2019

March 29, 2019

February 11, 2019

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT GREENSBORO (#352)

METHODIST COLLEGE (#353) PEORIA, IL

MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY (#351) ARLINGTON, VA

GREENSBORO, NC

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New Mexico Highlands University

Arcadia University

Radford University

DePaul University

University of Missouri-Kansas City

Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

University of Puerto Rico University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

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APRIL 2019 162 I N I T I AT I O N S

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AWARD highlights

One of the most prestigious trademarks of Phi Kappa Phi is our awards program. Because of your generous support and continued contributions, dreams have become a reality for students, members, and organizations across the globe. From study abroad experiences to literacy projects, you helped the dream of continued learning live on.

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$500 Love of Learning Awards

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LITERACY GRANTS TOTALING $29,997.62

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Tuition, books, & supplies Research Travel Continuing education

B R E A K I N G B A R R I E R S One in six children in the United States has one or more developmental disabilities or other developmental delays. Dr. Renée Bogschutz, director of Interprofessional Education at Texas Tech University, knows the importance of educating families on the use of toys to help increase the development of those children from birth to age three. With the assistance of a 2019 Literacy Grant from Phi Kappa Phi, Bogschutz was able to use funds to provide early literacy books to infants and toddlers at the Interprofessional Toy Fair and Expo to increase its impact in the community. The expo provides hands-on demonstrations of how playing and reading can be incorporated into the learning

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environment to increase growth and development. Families received educational materials, books, and a therapeutic toy appropriate to the child’s delay or disability. “At Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, we believe that helping people in our communities is a primary goal of health professions education. By partnering with service organizations like Phi Kappa Phi, we are able to make tangible differences in the lives of children with delays and/or disabilities that live and grow in our community,” Bogschutz shared. The 2019 Toy Fair and Expo educated more than 150 families on use of books and toys to increase development and combat delays.


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IN THEIR OWN WORDS

In June 2019, Phi Kappa Phi was recognized by Association Media & Publishing (AM&P) for its publication and marketing efforts. The Society garnered two top EXCEL Awards, the Silver Award in Journals-Design Excellence for the Society’s quarterly magazine, Phi Kappa Phi Forum, and a second Silver Award in Journals-Feature Articles for “Beyond Austen and Shelley,” by Devoney Looser. The article celebrates the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey and Persuasion. “We’re honored to have our work recognized by our peers at Association Media & Publishing,” said Beth Colvin, former editor of the Forum. “We are grateful for the hard work of our design partners at STUN Design & Interactive and of our contributor and Phi Kappa Phi member Dr. Devoney Looser, who won for feature article.” The EXCEL Awards recognize excellence and leadership in nonprofit association media, publishing, marketing, and communications. The 2019 competition saw more than 750 entries in seven categories ranging from magazines and journals to digital and promotional content.

ELIZABETH BELL 2019 Dissertation Fellow “I am honored to be one of the 2019 Dissertation Fellowship recipients. The Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society does a great service to our country by empowering and encouraging graduate students committed to the betterment of our society. Graduate school can be challenging financially and mentally for many students, and it’s programs like this that make it possible for us to succeed in our mission of seeking truth and speaking truth to power.”

DEVYN HARROD 2019 Fellowship Recipient “Throughout my undergraduate career, I have learned that a strong support system is essential for success. Phi Kappa Phi provides exactly that. Knowing that no matter where I go or what I do, I will have a community of individuals who are dedicated to academic success and growth inspires me.”

T R AV E L TA L E S For many students like Taylor Johnson at Brigham Young University, a study abroad experience is a life-changing opportunity to reach their future goals. As a neuroscience major, Johnson’s participation in BYU’s Society, Behavior, and Health study abroad program gave him the opportunity to visit several areas of the world where people live longer, healthier lives. The goal was to immerse himself “in the local culture in order to gain insights concerning the physical, social, and emotional aspects of longevity and fulfillment,” he shared. “We visited three Blue Zones, or areas of the world in which the population has an exceptionally high proportion of centenarians,” Johnson said. The program, held last summer, took him to Sardinia, Italy; Ikaria, Greece; and Okinawa, Japan. “My role was to observe and immerse myself in the local lifestyles that seem to promote good health and longevity.” During their travels, participants met centenarians, enjoyed local traditions, learned about cuisine and food preparation, and studied possible mechanisms of longevity. “I also observed very close social relationships within these communities and saw how that positively impacts health tremendously,” he added. The grants, available to members and nonmembers on campuses with active Phi Kappa Phi chapters, can turn a dream into a reality for recipients. As Johnson noted, “I am very grateful for the generous contribution of Phi Kappa Phi that has helped make my ideal study abroad experience possible. I feel honored to be a recipient of this grant and will surely work hard to make the most of this unique opportunity.”

LANDRY SMITH 2019 Study Abroad Grant Recipient “It is an overly humbling experience to be selected as a winner of the 2019 Study Abroad Grant. Phi Kappa Phi has provided me with the opportunity of a lifetime by helping aid the cost of study abroad. As a result of this grant, I will be able to focus more on my academics and the culture of Europe, not the financial strain that the cost of study abroad places on a family. I could not be more grateful for how much Phi Kappa Phi cares for and invests in their scholars.”

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hi Kappa Phi’s first-ever award of its new Sherrill Carlson Fellowship is going to a young scholar making a couple of firsts of her own. Glenesha Berryman, of Greenville, North Carolina, who excelled as a first-generation college student at Greenville’s East Carolina University, is now the first person in her family to pursue a Ph.D. Her studies for a doctorate in American culture at University of Michigan will be supported by the $35,000 Sherrill Carlson Fellowship, established with a gift of more than $900,000 from Carlson, who died in 2016. It was the second-largest bequest in the Society’s history. Carlson, a former Washington State University chapter president, was a lifelong supporter of Phi Kappa Phi. The selection process for a fellowship is based on the applicant’s evidence of graduate potential, undergraduate academic achievement, service and leadership experience, letters of recommendation, personal statement of educational perspective and career goals, and acceptance in an approved graduate or professional program. As a student at ECU, where she received a bachelor’s degree in English, “I did not know that my informal interests in black feminism could translate into a field of study or career,” Berryman wrote in her

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application for the fellowship. “I thought research was reserved for the hard sciences with white coats and lab rats. That all changed when I took the most meaningful course of my college career, Introduction to Literary Theory, and learned how to analyze important texts as well as contemporary cultural performances. . . . This fellowship will enable me to develop as an interdisciplinary teacher and researcher and to become a public scholar and activist of the digital age.” “I wish I’d had the opportunity to know Sherrill Carson and to learn more about what Phi Kappa Phi meant to her,” Society Executive Director Dr. Mary Todd said. “Since her initiation as a student, she remained an active member and a faithful supporter of our mission of excellence. We were surprised and delighted that her careful stewardship of her personal resources would be reflected in this generous gift. We intend to use it well to honor her memory.” The Carlson Fellowship is part of the Society’s robust awards program, which gives nearly $1 million each year to outstanding members and students on chapter campuses through study abroad grants, dissertation fellowships, funding for post-baccalaureate development, member and chapter awards, and grants for local, national, and international literacy initiatives.

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n 2019, Phi Kappa Phi reached a goal of awarding nearly $1 million to students, members, and organizations. With the expansion of the Fellowship program and the addition of the Graduate Research pilot program in 2019, the Society was able to increase its annual awards amount from $752,429.43 in 2018 to $934,997.62 in 2019. Th at’s a 24.26% increase. “Through careful stewardship of its endowment, the Society has been able to steadily grow its awards program each biennium over the last decade,” said Dr. Mary Todd, executive director of the Society. “From reaching $1 million in awards for the 2012-2014 biennium, we are thrilled to be near $1 million annually in 2018-2020.” In 2018, the Society assessed the need to offer funding to members for graduate research travel, and created the pilot program. The $1,500 grants support active Society members seeking financial assistance for travel to conduct or present research. In 2019, the Society awarded the first

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recipients of the Graduate Research Grant. Recipients were able to conduct research from Arizona to Canada to Italy and as far as Tanzania. “The 2019 Graduate Research Grant from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi in support of my dissertation research in rural Tanzania is a substantial contribution to the achievement of my long-term career goals and professional aspirations. Thus, I am sincerely appreciative of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi for recognizing value in me as a person and my accomplishments, aspirations, and research; and deciding to support me,” said Liberatus J. Rwebugisa, a 2019 grant recipient. “I consider this grant as a vote of confidence in me. Thank you so very much.” With the success of the pilot program, the Society has elected to permanently include the grant in its robust awards portfolio. In addition to the Graduate Research program, 2019 was the first year the Society awarded a total of $615,000 in fellowships. The newly expanded Fellowship Program includes 50 fellowships of $8,500 each; six $20,000 Marcus L. Urann Fellowships, named for the Society’s founder; and two new awards at $35,000 each – the 1897 Fellowship, named after the year the Society was founded and honoring a top-scoring applicant in STEM, and the Sherrill Carlson Fellowship, named after a lifelong supporter of Phi Kappa Phi and honoring a top-ranking nominee in humanities and the arts. “I am grateful to be awarded Phi Kappa Phi’s 1897 Fellowship. This distinguished recognition will enable me to more fully focus on pioneering STEM developments during my graduate studies,” said Sidney Sherman, Phi Kappa Phi’s first 1897 Fellow. “In addition, the prestigious honor will introduce opportunities to collaborate and develop with colleagues which may not have otherwise been available.”

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or more than 85 years, The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi’s Fellowship Program has provided funding to first-year graduate students who are pursuing post-baccalaureate degrees across all academic disciplines. Lisa D. Brush became one of those students in 1985. Brush completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Connecticut and had dreams to pursue her graduate degree at the University of WisconsinMadison. She took a leap of faith and applied for a fellowship, and much to her surprise, was named a Phi Kappa Phi Fellow. The award helped Brush reach her goal of becoming a professor of sociology, the role in which she now serves at the University of Pittsburgh. “I was relieved, pleased, and proud to represent the University of Connecticut as a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin,” Brush said. “The Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship was a complete

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game changer for me. Without it, I would not have been able to go to graduate school.” Although Brush was awarded a nominal work study package during her first semester of graduate school, she credits the fellowship for providing the freedom to focus on her studies. “The Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship enabled me to study full time and apply in my second semester for a National Science Foundation graduate pre-doctoral fellowship, which made my research independence a period of growth and wonder,” she shared. Since completing her doctorate in sociology at UW-Madison, Brush has continued to “let the love of learning rule.” “My legacy is about integrating being a beginner—with all the enthusiasm and open-mindedness that it entails— while working hard to be a contributing expert and leader,” Brush said. “I have been an absolute beginner

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at many things, including sociology, being a professor, chanting Torah, traditional Japanese karate, Iyengar yoga, French horn, and Argentine tango. I want my legacy to be about approaching learning, teaching, and research with all that glee.” “To me, Phi Kappa Phi means commitment to scholarly excellence and open-mindedness, good mentoring, and intelligent risk-taking,” Brush added. And she has done just that. A two-time author, professor, blackbelt in karate, mentor to students, a chanter of the Torah, and a Warren Weaver Fellow, Brush hopes to continue to add to her list of accomplishments. For Brush, the journey started with a vision and dream of where she wanted to be, and the Society was a small part in making it a reality. “Ask for help in realizing your vision and refuse to cut off any piece of yourself—be whole, be all in,” Brush said.


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n 1969, The Phi Kappa Phi Foundation was incorporated to assure the stability of its highest regarded, most tangible contribution to higher education, its national fellowship program. Since its incorporation, the Foundation has expanded its awards portfolio to provide funding for graduate study, continuing education, professional development, studies abroad, and local, national, and international literacy initiatives.

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I N T H E N E W S GABRIELA GONZÁLEZ (Louisiana State University) was selected as the Southeastern Conference’s 2019 Professor of the Year. González is a leader in gravitational wave research and helped make the worldwide announcement that gravitational waves had been discovered. In addition to her research, she serves as a mentor for doctoral students and post-doctoral fellows and leads a local school outreach in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, for K-12 students. González is a professor of physics and astronomy at LSU. 1 MARCHETA P. EVANS (University of Texas at San Antonio) was named president at Bloomfield College. She is both the first woman and African American to lead the college in its 150-year history. Evans is a past president and Fellow of the American Counseling Association and a graduate of the University of Alabama and the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She previously served at Our Lady of the Lake University and the University of Texas at San Antonio. 2

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REV. DENNIS H. HOLTSCHNEIDER (DePaul University) was recently named president of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities. He’s the executive vice president and chief operations officer for Ascension Health, the world’s largest Catholic health system. Holtschneider was previously president of DePaul. 3

DOMINICK J. CASADONTE JR. (Texas Tech University) was recognized by the White House Office of Science, Technology Policy and the National Science Foundation with a Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring. PAESMEM recognizes the roles mentors play outside the traditional classroom setting in the academic and professional development of the future science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) workforce. Casadonte is currently the Minnie Stevens Piper Professor for Chemistry at Texas Tech. 4

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LEADERS OF TOMORROW In July 2019, fifty-one student vice presidents from across the United States and the Philippines participated in the Student Vice President Leadership Summit in Charlotte, North Carolina. The summit is a two-day event held each biennium that brings together SVPs to engage in activities aimed at bolstering leadership development skills. Participants had the opportunity to network with other SVPs and learn strategies for enhancing their local Phi Kappa Phi chapters. Summit participants had the opportunity to tour the Mint Museum Uptown, which houses the internationally renowned Craft + Design collection, as well as outstanding collections of American, contemporary, and European art. “This was by far the best conference/ Summit I have attended as a student. I look forward to future Phi Kappa Phi events,” said Atin Suri, an SVP from Arkansas State University.

LEGACY Phi Kappa Phi is more than a line on a résumé. For members Joan M. Segreti and her granddaughter Katherine Kauma, it is a legacy of membership for the family providing a unique connection between the two. Segreti was initiated into the Society in 1988 at the University of Maryland, Baltimore Campuses, where she received a Master of Social Work. At the time, she had not heard of the Society but felt honored to be a part of an organization that valued education and study. With a demanding career in social work and as a therapist, Segreti lost contact with the Society through the years until she learned about Kauma’s invitation to join the organization. While on the way to Kauma’s initiation ceremony at Pennsylvania State University, Segreti called the national office to reactivate her membership. “I decided to do my part and

pay membership dues. I had lost contact with the Society over the last 31 years and was so impressed reading about the many good things the organization is doing,” Segreti said. Currently in her third year at Penn State, Kauma is pursuing a double major in astronomy/ astrophysics and physics with a minor in mathematics. She is currently conducting research on active galactic nuclei for her honors thesis and preparing to apply to graduate schools in fall 2020. At the time of joining the Society, Kauma was not aware that Segreti, her nana, was also a member. She joined on the basis of knowing Phi Kappa Phi is full of opportunity to connect with like-minded people at all stages of their careers. “I thought, why not? I had a lot to gain and nothing to lose by joining,” Kauma said. But with the news of her nana also being a member, her membership was just that much more special. “I’m really proud to be in the same honor society as my nana. She’s an incredible woman and I look up to her a lot, so it’s pretty special to me that I share this connection with her,” Kauma said.

WE ASKED OUR 2019 INITIATES: WHAT ARE THE TOP THREE REASONS YOU JOINED PHI KAPPA PHI? 1

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David Baker Colorado State University

Gerald Bergum Sr. South Dakota State University

John Bower University of Lynchburg

Harry Blevins Jr. East Tennessee State University

Ruth Brasher Brigham Young University

Mark Box The University of Kansas

JoAnn Canales Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

Jonathan Davies University of Louisiana at Monroe

Gagan Chopra Iowa State University

Gerald Houston Northwestern State University of Louisiana Virginia Kern Iowa State University

Rodney Lawrence University of Southern California

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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.

Pershing MacAllister Carroll University Christina McIntyre Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University Janice Micali The University of New Mexico

Kenneth Gibbs University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

David Silva Salem State University Diane Smathers Clemson University David Sokol University of Illinois at Chicago

Susan H. Henry University of South Florida

G. Sterner Pennsylvania State University

James Lee United States Military Academy

Mary Todd Marshall University

Gerald Leischuck Auburn University

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Roberth Thresher Colorado State University Leland Vail California State University, Long Beach

GOLD SCHOLARS Fred Addison University of Georgia Jane Aldrich University of Florida Yaw Asamoah Indiana University of Pennsylvania Maureen Barrett University of Florida Annette Bauer The Ohio State University Helen Berg University of Wisconsin-Madison Roger Blumer University of Wisconsin-Madison Louise Bookman University of Rhode Island Sid Bostic South Dakota State University Suzanna Boyd Texas Tech University Jennifer Bucki Butler University Douglas Busch Northern Arizona University Paul Cardali University of Miami Lauretta Cooper Auburn University

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Robert Rogow Eastern Kentucky University

James Schaeffer The University of Texas at Austin

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MaryAnn Dworak Montclair State University

John O’Quinn North Carolina State University

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Patricia Rischar Western Illinois University

Laurie Kramer University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Daniel Phillips University of Illinois at Chicago

Martha Gilbreath The University of Texas at Austin

Steven Kramer University of Connecticut

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Teri Mika California State University, Northridge

MaryAnn Davis University of Louisville

John Harman Clemson University

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BRONZE SCHOLARS

Because of you, dreams became a reality for many in 2019. Without your generous contributions, the achievements of the past year would not have been possible. From studying abroad, fellowships, literacy grants, and helping professionals grow in their careers, your continued support helps us define the role we play in recognizing academic excellence year after year. On behalf of our community of scholars, thank you for making dreams come true.

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Donald Cotter New Mexico State University

Monika Kratzmann Northeastern University

Roger Stout Arizona State University

Julius Babb Clemson University

Michelle Crisa-Dufva California State University, Long Beach

Daisy Kuhn California State University, Northridge

Sydney Summer James Madison University

Ruth Baidas Cornell University

Jude Mondonedo University of Maryland

Leonard Uitenham North Carolina A&T State University

Pamela Baldwin East Carolina University

Stanley Myles University of Maryland

Audrey Urquhart University of Florida

Sharon Nickols University of Georgia

Leon Vermilya San Jose State University

Robert Nisbet University of Maryland

Flynn Warren Jr. University of Georgia

Marion Nobrega The University of Toledo

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Marjorie Norquist University of Rhode Island

Jennifer Aarons University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Christine Di Lapi Clemson University William Dove North Carolina State University Nancy Dowell Oklahoma State University Howard Eisen Cornell University Joseph Elliott Missouri University of Science and Technology Daniel Faletti University of California-Davis Timothy Felthouse University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Gabriela Ornelas California State University, Northridge

Cheryl Gunter Iowa State University

Lisa Paul Eastern New Mexico University

R. Hart The University of Texas at Austin

Philip Phillips Middle Tennessee State University

Marilyn Heard-Sakhaee Texas Woman’s University

Mark Pickett University of Connecticut

Richard Abbott Jr. University of Maine Robert Acquarelli Jr. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Donald Adams Andrews University Lucius Adkins Jr. University of Georgia

Orville Plum Montana State University

Ayodele Alade University of Maryland, Eastern Shore

Lee Randall The University of Mississippi

Ardath Albizo San Diego State University

Vickie Rauser Montana State University

R. Elaine Allrich University of Central Missouri

George Saad University of Southern California

Ron Aryel University of South Florida

Ronald Shaklee Youngstown State University

George Aschenbrenner Villanova University

Rick Shale Youngstown State University

William Ashbee University of South Alabama

Ray Kahler University of Puget Sound

Gregory Smith California State University, Long Beach

Donald Atkinson Weber State University

Ching Y. Keiser Northeastern University

James Soules Texas Tech University

Karen Heine United States Naval Academy Takeo Hokama University of Hawaii Timothy Hulsey The University of Tennessee, Knoxville David Irwin Pennsylvania State University Dong Hyun Jeong The University of North Carolina at Charlotte David Joos Weber State University

Reginal Avery University of Maryland, College Park

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Mike Bantuveris University of Wisconsin-Madison Marcia Barnes Tennessee State University Mary L. Barnett University of the Pacific Emily Barra Auburn University Evelyn Barrett University of Wyoming Mary Barrett The University of Mississippi Wendell Barrick Texas Tech University Lourdes Barro Louisiana State University Estelle Barton University of Louisiana at Lafayette Brenda Bartz University of Wisconsin-Madison Michael Bearb Lamar University Daniel Beasley University of Memphis Daniel Beauchamp Northern Arizona University Heather Becker The University of Texas at Austin Lora Becker University of Evansville Loren Becker Kansas State University Richard Beckwell University of Maryland Linda Beechener University of Maryland George Behrakis Northeastern University

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Donna Bender Washburn University

Gregory Brown Central Michigan University

Barbara Casey New Mexico Highlands University

Charles Connell III University of Connecticut

David Benfield South Dakota State University

Ronald Brown California State University, Long Beach

Judith Caskey Texas A&M University-Commerce

Michael Connerton University of Houston-Victoria

Dorothy Castle Texas Woman’s University

Frederick Corey Arizona State University

Candice Castro University of Texas at San Antonio

Kathleen Cormier University of South Florida

W. Alan Benson Missouri University of Science and Technology Nancy Bentley University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Deborah Buffton Ithaca College

Ronald Bergmann University of Southern California

Diana Bulot University of New Orleans

Alice Berly University of Nevada, Las Vegas Steven Berman University of Nebraska at Omaha Jacqueline Bigelow University of Southern California Nancy Bishop California State University, Northridge G. Lansing Blackshaw Member At Large Nancy Blattner Caldwell University

Mildred Chambers Oregon State University

Russell Chong Member At Large

Robert Burnley Virginia Commonwealth University

Denise Clark Florida Atlantic University

Rex Crumpacker Kansas State University

Steele Clay Old Dominion University

Thomas Csrnko Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Nathan Clements Mississippi State University

Charlcie Cumming Oklahoma State University

Devin Burns Oklahoma State University

Janice Calomiris Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University William Carboneau University of Missouri-Kansas City

James Bowring College of Charleston

Mary Brodd Central Washington University

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Kelli A. Carlton The University of Texas at Austin John Carman University of Maryland

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Carol Crotty The Ohio State University Grace Crow Clemson University

William Clements Arkansas State University

Bobbie Clinkenbeard University of HoustonClear Lake

Cindy Damon University of WisconsinMilwaukee Joseph Davis Clemson University

Kathleen Cohn University of Hawaii

Patricia Davis University of Nebraska at Omaha

Michael Colacicco United States Military Academy

Ann Demko Florida Institute of Technology

Nita Cole Louisiana State University Shreveport

John Dennerlein Member At Large

Michael Collard University of Louisville

Romao Caruso Rochester Institute of Technology Daniel Casaletto Northeastern University

James Coleman Louisiana State University

David Carpio California State University, Sacramento Brian Carr Salem State University

John Briesemeister University of Wisconsin-Platteville

Ronald Burgess Georgia State University

Denise Bolding Oklahoma State University

Bege Bowers Youngstown State University

Wayne Craney Member At Large

Mary Chaney The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Alfred Bushway University of Maine

Patty Boustany University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Jack Cortese The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Lee Burcham Shippensburg University

Donna Bock Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Thomas Booth California State University, Northridge

Gary Champagne University of Southern California

Susan Bunch University of Louisville

Margaret Burrall Northern Arizona University

Victoria Bond Wichita State University

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Charles Bruch University of Wyoming

Charles Collins University of South Alabama Evelyn Connally Member At Large

D R E A M

Gypsy Denzine Northern Arizona University Fabbian Detweiler California State University, Fresno Carolyn Devine Lamar University Petra Dewitt Missouri University of Science and Technology


Dorothy Dickieson Alfred University

Elvin Dickinson University of North Texas

Pam Ferro Texas A&M University

Sandra Dietrich Eastern Michigan University

Ophelia Fetter Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania

Joel Digirolamo Kansas State University Ronald Domanico University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Eleanor Ferguson-Marshalleck California State University, Los Angeles

Roberta Fields Mississippi State University William Finch Pennsylvania State University

Edward Domning University of California-Davis

Ann Fiske California State University, Sacramento

Geary Drost Oregon State University

Dianne Fleming Bradley University

Edward Dube Pennsylvania State University

Michael Fleri Auburn University

William Dunn Pennsylvania State University Patricia Eargle Member At Large

Albert Folop University of Maryland

Brand Eaton Lycoming College

Monica Forbes University of Central Florida

Kathleen Edwards University of Georgia

William Edwards Jr. University of Georgia Benjamin Eldred Missouri University of Science and Technology Joy Elledge The University of Oklahoma John Fagan The University of Oklahoma Joyce Falk University of Southern California Dora Falls Arizona State University Thomas Farris The University of Texas at Austin Freddie Fenster University of Southern California

RACHEL FENSKE Dissertation Fellowship Recipient

“I am extremely honored and grateful to be selected to receive the Phi Kappa Phi Dissertation Fellowship. As I prepare to complete my thesis, I am all the more confident I will be able to do so with the assistance of the dissertation fellowship. Phi Kappa Phi has been a foundation of beneficial resources for me throughout my doctoral journey. I find it incredibly humbling that they will be able to support me through this final stretch to my defense by way of a dissertation fellowship.”

Richard Ford III Weber State University Craig Fox Texas A&M University Mercedes Fresno California State University, Los Angeles Samuel Friedel University of Maryland Martha Frost State University of New York at Plattsburgh Claudia Gaines University of Maryland

COREY ST. ROMAIN Phi Kappa Phi Fellow

“I am very grateful to the donors who made this award possible and look forward to becoming a donor myself once I am financially capable in order to pay this generous gift forward.”

Jeffrey Garlitz Northeastern University Juanita Gillis Northern Arizona University Dennis Gingrich Pennsylvania State University

2019

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Edsel Glasgow University of Southern California

Anthony Harrington Campbell University

Daniel Goelzer University of Wisconsin-Madison

James Harris Texas A&M University

Belinda Gonzalez The University of Texas-Pan American

Jon Harris Lamar University

STEPHANIE SHEA “I am grateful to have received a Love of Learning

Tanya Harrison Northern Arizona University

Lawrence Gould Fort Hays State University

Award from Phi Kappa Phi. The funds helped with

Garr Hart California State University, Dominguez Hills

Aaron Graham The University of Mississippi

textbooks and outside resources to supplement my education and help me succeed in school. It’s a

Dalyte Hartsough Purdue University

Caleb Graham The University of Mississippi

wonderful and generous gift from ΦKΦ that I deeply appreciate.”

Janet Gray-Warner Michigan State University

Mark Griffis Pennsylvania State University

CARLY MOELLENKAMP Study Abroad Recipient

rounded out my university experience. I felt it would development to experience my field and its practices

Monique Groulx Florida State University

Jay Helluin McNeese State University

William Grubb Member At Large

Nena Henry University of Georgia

John Grubbs Member At Large

Barbara Herbstman University of Florida

Rebekka Haggard Florida State University

through another culture. Receiving the Study

Janice Haines California State University, Fullerton

Abroad grant through Phi Kappa Phi really allowed me to pursue this goal without the burden of cost preventing me from doing so. I am very grateful for the opportunity to be supported while chasing my dream!”

Priscilla Hamilton Pennsylvania State University Harry Hamlyn University of Arizona Beverley Hammond The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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Dena Hartzell University of Nevada, Las Vegas Gary Heard The University of Alabama in Huntsville

Linda Gush The Sage Colleges

be essential for my academic and professional

Joan Hartung University of Missouri-Kansas City

Pauline Grose American University

Jason Guest Columbus State University

“Studying abroad is something that personally

Joseph Harrison Jr. Texas A&M University

Margaret Gordon California State University, Dominguez Hills

Love of Learning Recipient

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Michael Hess Virginia Commonwealth University Gregory Hiatt Colorado State University William Hicok University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Gail Hill Member At Large Shelley-Ann Hincks Southern Oregon University James Hohman Fort Hays State University Richard Holland University of West Alabama


Mark Hoover Member At Large

William James Missouri University of Science and Technology

Missy Hopper Mississippi State University

Fran Jayo University of Nevada, Reno

Shirley Horowitz Member At Large Paul Horton Bowling Green State University Alan Hovestadt Western Michigan University Janet Hovey-Johnson South Dakota State University Hubert Howard Jr. University of Georgia Freeman Hrabowski University of Maryland, Baltimore Campuses

Bruce Jenkins The University of Utah Dale Johnson Iowa State University Danette Johnson West Virginia Wesleyan College

Brian Jones University of Central Florida

Kenneth Hunt Jr. University of WisconsinMilwaukee Woodley Hunt The University of Texas at Austin Stephen Hupp Virginia Military Institute

Kamrun Jenabzadeh University of Houston

Lucinda Johnson Texas A&M University

Marvin Huff University of Wyoming Mary Jane Humphrey Idaho State University

Margaret Jefferson California State University, Los Angeles

Feleafia Jones University of Louisiana at Monroe Robert Jones Utah State University Patrick Jordan California State Polytechnic University Kimberly Joseph University of Maryland

Linda Hurd Texas Tech University

Flavio Joson California State University, Sacramento

Anne Huston University of Lynchburg

Richard Julius Wichita State University

Henry Hutcheson University of West Georgia

Patricia Junio Kean University

Stanley Ikenberry University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Jeffrey Kaczmarczyk Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

Ralph Iwens University of Florida

Judy Karinen California State University, Long Beach

Daniel Jackson Purdue University George Jackson II University of Puerto Rico

Deborah Kavasch California State University, Stanislaus

Margaret Kearns New Mexico State University

Nicholas Legatos University of Maine

Mary Keller Virginia Tech

Amy Lemke University of Arizona

Paul Kelty Member At Large

Valerie Lenihan Virginia Commonwealth University

Conrad Kercher University of Wyoming

Roger Lester University of Wyoming

Lydia Kercher University of Wyoming

Sandra Lewis Florida State University

Robin Ivy Klein American University Vicki Kofender Member At Large

Michael Lichtensteiger The Ohio State University

Carl Lieberman University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Joan Konefal Westfield State University

DeEtte Lombard Kansas State University

Virgil Kovalenko Brigham Young University

Alice Loper The University of Texas at Austin

John Krause Pennsylvania State University

Barbara Lowrey Michigan State University

John Krezoski University of Michigan

Nancy Luce Oklahoma State University

Patirica Kwok University of Alaska Anchorage

Dennis Lutz Montana State University

Charles Lace University of Wyoming

Patricia Lyall San Jose State University

Jane Ann Lamph The University of Utah Nancy Langston Virginia Commonwealth University

Melanie Maddox Troy University

Marcia Laundy University of Maryland

Linda Maerz Arizona State University

Albertina Law Texas State University

Diana Lawson University of Maine Terrence Leas Florida State University

2019

Barbara Lyman The University of Texas at Austin Suzanne Lyon San Jose State University

Jack Glen Larsen Northern Arizona University

Douglas Lawrence Michigan State University

Kathleen Mahoney University of Massachusetts

Scott Markel University of Minnesota Cora Marrett University of Massachusetts

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Robert Martin Iowa State University Rhoni Maxwell-Rader Ohio University

John Mazuski California State University, Fresno Anne McCabe University of Georgia Jerry McGee East Carolina University Wendell McKenzie North Carolina State University Victoria McLaughlin Fordham University

Robert McTyre Kennesaw State University Henry Meares University of Michigan David Mehlum University of Arizona

Charles Middleton Bowling Green State University Elaine Miller University of Louisville Louis Miller Jr. University of North Florida Nancy Miller California State University, Los Angeles Roy Miller Florida State University Connie Milliken North Carolina State University Julia Milliken University of Maine

Jeanne Ojala The University of Utah

Alan More Member At Large

Charles O’Malley III University of Rhode Island

Nora Onishi University of Hawaii

Michelle Morey Framingham State University

Neil Opfer Washington State University

Janet Morgan Iowa State University

Rita Ousterhout Iowa State University

William Morgan Purdue University

Ronald Overberg Texas Woman’s University

Dan Morrison University of Nevada, Reno

Michele Page University of California-Davis

Barbra Mosley North Carolina A&T State University

Mark Pallansch Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University Genevieve Papik-Geyser San Diego State University Laurie Pappas University of Michigan

Michael Mullery University of South Florida

William Parzybok Jr. Colorado State University

William Mulligan Jr. Murray State University James Munkres Nebraska Wesleyan University Judy Murphy University of Maryland Patricia Murphy Purdue University Fort Wayne Marie Mutz Pennsylvania State University Ralph Nafziger Pennsylvania State University

James Moe University of California-Davis

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James Nott University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Craig Pearson The University of Toledo John Pearson University of California-Davis John Peatman Georgia Institute of Technology Timothy Penning Grand Valley State University Charles Peters California State University, Los Angeles Monica Peters Washington State University Carol Peterson South Dakota State University

Michael O’Brien Villanova University

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Sarah Paul University of California-Davis

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Gregory Petrey Jacksonville State University James Pflugh Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania Nancy Pogue University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Jason Morey Syracuse University

Traci Navarre Southeastern Louisiana University

Betty Miner Oregon State University

K A P PA

Michael Moorman United States Military Academy

Grady Muldrow Texas A&M University

Mary Mellum Texas A&M University

P H I

Michelle O’Connor Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

Warren Mroz Northeastern University

James Mehring Colorado State University

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Nargess Moghaddam Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

Eric Pohl University of WisconsinMilwaukee C. Hope Poindexter Pennsylvania State University Charles Ponte West Virginia University Donald Poppke American University

David Porreca Alfred University

Wenderly Porterfield Western Washington University Bernadette Powell University of New Orleans Stanley Prince University of Arkansas at Little Rock Lawrence Prybil University of Kentucky Iftekhar Rahman Northeastern University Patricia Rea Northern Arizona University Paul Reichardt Muskingum University Margaret Rennels University of Arizona Donald Reott Jr. Georgia Institute of Technology Donald Resio University of North Florida Traci Reust The University of Tennessee, Knoxville


Lani Revell University of North Texas

Lise Satterfield University of Maryland

Richard Simmonds University of Nevada, Reno

Ronald Rhodes Brigham Young University

Martha Saunders University of West Georgia

Sandra Simmons Michigan State University

Colleen Swartz University of Kentucky

Susan Rich California State University, Northridge

Ervina Scheub Northern Illinois University

Virginia Simmons Oklahoma State University

Elizabeth Sztul University of Maryland

Jon Ritter Minnesota State University, Mankato

Bernard Schuchner University of Maryland

Alan Roach University of North Texas

Thomas Schunn University of Minnesota

William Robinson Texas Tech University

Richard Singletary Old Dominion University

Virginia Slattery Defunct (Northern Michigan University)

Douglas Schwartz University of Houston

Donald Stuber Georgia Institute of Technology

Gail Szymanski The University of Texas at Arlington John Tallentire Jr. Florida Atlantic University

Mildred Slaughter Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Robert Tate California State University, Dominguez Hills

Ashley Smith University of South Florida

Robert Taylor University of North Florida

Dwayne Smith University of South Florida

William Terrell Wichita State University

John Seppanen North Dakota State University

Jeffrey Smith New Mexico State University

John Shanahan Old Dominion University

Penny Smith University of Maryland

Angela Thomas University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Diana Roy California State University, Fullerton

Dallas Shaw University of Maryland

Theresa Sorcek University of Maryland

Kay Rudek St. Cloud State University

Edward Sheehan Jr. The Ohio State University

Joseph Souza University of Bridgeport

Robert Ruemelin University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Katie Shelley The Ohio State University

Warren Ray Spadoni Drury University

Stephen Ruger The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Johnny Shepard Eastern Michigan University

Jean Stadtfeld Appalachian State University

William Shields University of Arizona

Stanley Steinberg Georgia Institute of Technology

Robert Salem Jr. Kansas State University

Lee Shiloh California State University, Dominguez Hills

Steven Stendahl Purdue University

Daniel Sandweiss University of Maine

Cynthia Shoemaker Boise State University

Rhea Sanford University of Connecticut

Jean’ne Shreeve University of Idaho

Randin Roland Northern Arizona University

John Schwarz The University of Oklahoma

Aden Ross The University of Utah

Ronald Sekkel California State University, Long Beach

J. Rossman Texas A&M University Nancy Roth California State University, Northridge

Mason Russell Salem State University

Christopher Santiago University of Maryland Global Campus

Barbara Sarwar Eastern New Mexico University

Isaac Silver Florida Institute of Technology Maire Simington University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Marcia Thompson Pennsylvania State University John Tielking Texas A&M University

Hester Tinti Salem State University Stanley Tokarz Jr. University of Maryland Susan Tracy Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University John Treanor Fordham University

Lila Stevens University of Maine Aimee Stoffel-Sayles Ohio Northern University Jeffrey Stone Auburn University Mark Strothmann Elmhurst College Luisa Stubbs University of North Texas

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Thomas Tiggs The University of Toledo

Susan Trutt Texas A&M University Stanley Underdal San Jose State University Joyce Ursin University of Wisconsin-Madison John Hans Van Arkel University of Southern California

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Margaret Vorous East Tennessee State University John Votaw United States Military Academy Olga Walden California State University, Los Angeles Kathy Walker University of Maryland Susan Walker Wesleyan College

G. Kay Walla Miami University

William Wiles University of Houston

Elizabeth Ward University of Maryland

Kathleen Witcher Montclair State University

Veda Ward California State University, Northridge

Pamela Withrow Michigan State University

Gary Wright University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Richard Westing University of California-Davis Linda Whetzel Georgia Southern UniversityArmstrong Campus

Larry White Mississippi State University

K A P PA

Norman Yoder Purdue University

Lance Young University of West Florida Edith Younger University of Illinois at Chicago Jing Yu Texas A&M University Jane Zaharias The Ohio State University

Alice White Texas Tech University

P H I

Gabriel Yee University of California-Davis

Jason Yoss Ohio Northern University

Gene Westenbarger Ohio University

P H I

James Zheng Columbus State University

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Caroline Bailey Elon University Roger Baker Iowa State University Laura Balke University of Lynchburg Margaret Bamber University of Maryland Global Campus

Heather Agnew Pennsylvania State University

Harold Barfknecht Iowa State University

Kathryn Agnew Columbus State University

Gordon Wood Wichita State University

Marianne Watson The University of Alabama in Huntsville

Ann Bagley University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Marjorie Addison San Jose State University

Beverly Wilt-Dulaney University of Maryland

Suzanne Wasilczuk University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Ronda Bachtell University of Nevada, Reno

Elise Addison University of West Georgia

Rebecca Wilson Nicholls State University

Steven Washburn West Virginia University

Stephen Arvedson University of Wisconsin-Madison

Gisela Adams California State University, Los Angeles

Michael Wilson Colorado State University

Robert Wardle Utah State University

BRONZE SCHOLARS

George Adams Virginia Tech

Michele Williams Fordham University

Peter Walsh University of Alabama at Birmingham

Elisabeth Archer California State University, Fullerton

Hector Acosta New Mexico State University

John Williams Texas A&M University

Colleen Walsh University of South Alabama

Stanley Zielinski Jr. University of Central Missouri

Barbara Aaron University of Maryland

Kathleen Wilken Oregon State University Alicia Williams University of Maryland

Steve Waller Salisbury University

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Juanita Wielenga California State University, San Bernardino

Kristin Agnew Pennsylvania State University

Donna Barker University of Maryland Global Campus

N. Albarracin Jr. The Ohio State University

Paul Barnett Louisiana State University

Karen Alexander University of Houston-Downtown

Richard Barrett Member At Large

Thomas Allen United States Military Academy

David Bartel The University of Utah

Mark Amaya Purdue University

Kristen Barth Arkansas State University

Sandra Anderson University of North Georgia

Richard Barth Member At Large

Roberta Ansiaux The University of Texas at Arlington

Andrzej Bartke Southern Illinois University Carbondale

LaFrancia Antoine-Yates University of Memphis

Claire Anton California State University, Dominguez Hills John Appel University of Florida John Araiza California State University, Long Beach

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Michelle Bartoletti University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Paul Baxley San Diego State University Marchael Bayne California State University, Los Angeles S. Elizabeth Beamer Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University


Laura Bearden University of Louisiana at Monroe

Stephanie Briffa University of Michigan

Robert Beardsley California State University, Long Beach

Kenneth Brinson Jr. United States Military Academy Ruth Brintnall Grand Valley State University

Shelley Beatty Brigham Young University

Martha Wingerd Bristor Michigan State University

Bennett Beaudry Arizona State University

Jennifer Brown Elon University

Tracey Beck University of Rhode Island

Kaitlyn Brown Texas A&M University

Gregory Bruening Northern Arizona University Morris Buenemann Jr. Missouri University of Science and Technology

Michael Beckman The Citadel Jeanne Behnke University of Maryland

“The funds received from the Marcus L. Urann Fellowship will help me focus intensively on maximizing my engagement with the most compelling opportunities that my graduate program can offer. I am most grateful to The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi for its generous support of graduate students in all disciplines. Thank you for your commitment to learning!”

Patricia Burgess North Carolina State University

Cheryl Bell University of South Florida

Linda Burpee University of Houston-Clear Lake

Bruce Bender University of Rhode Island

Robyn Butler University of North Florida

Belinda Bickley California State University, Los Angeles

Joseph Byers Florida State University

Christine Bilbrey University of West Florida

Maria Cabillon Jacksonville State University

Carol Birch Western Illinois University

Sally-Jan Calbeck-Schoen California State University, Fullerton

Maria Boklund San Jose State University

Lana Calvano Arizona State University Stephanie Cann McKendree University

Patricia Boudreaux The University of Mississippi Debra Boyd Winthrop University Verna Bridgewater University of New Orleans

Marcus L. Urann Fellow

Robert Burgener Brigham Young University

Meredith Behr Cameron University

Crystal Blankenship Auburn University

SCOTT ST. LOUIS

Charles Brown Texas A&M University

Richard Beck California State University, Fullerton

William Beckemeier University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Sara Carajan San Jose State University D. Rae Carpenter Jr. Virginia Military Institute

NINA SINGH Love of Learning Recipient

“I am one of the 2019 Love of Learning Award winners! As a first-year medical student at NYU School of Medicine, this award has helped fund my medical equipment and study materials. I am very grateful to Phi Kappa Phi for supporting my medical education and would encourage anyone interested in the Love of Learning Award to definitely apply.”

Richard Carr Eastern New Mexico University

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Katherine G. Carretti Pennsylvania State University Shera Carriker Lamar University

Alan Carter California State Polytechnic University Patricia Carter University of Wyoming

KATHERINE DODSON “The Love of Learning Award is more than just an award.

Robert Cooper The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Helen Caulfield Duquesne University

out there that care to understand who you are, what your professional potential is and what you are capable of

Maria Celli University of Alaska Anchorage

achieving. Grad school can be a lonely place, and this type of recognition helps us keep pushing for our dreams!”

Carol Chandler California State University, Fresno Phillip Chansler Auburn University

ALEXANDRA ADAMS Study Abroad Recipient

“I am honored to have received this study abroad grant. Having this grant will help me pursue my dream of society. I will be spending my time with a host family in Madrid, Spain, and I look forward to being able to share experiences with them. I very excited to see what my semester abroad holds and how I can use what I learn abroad to make a lasting impact on sustainable

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Geneva Cotten McNeese State University

Rita Creel California State University, Long Beach

Karla Childs Member At Large

Shera Clark North Carolina A&T State University Nicholas Claytor Pennsylvania State University

Daniel Cloutier Iowa State University

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Luene Corwin Cornell University

Jiangkai Chen University of the Pacific

Andrew Cline Old Dominion University

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Linda Crane University of West Florida

Thomas Clement Auburn University at Montgomery

international relations in my community back home.”

Mary C. Core Member At Large

Qi-Yu Che Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Cherrie Clark Fort Hays State University

getting to immerse myself in another culture and

Joseph Copeland University of Southern California

Consuelo Corripio Louisiana State University

David Chargin University of California-Davis Pradyumna Chauhan Arcadia University

Donna Conrad University of Alaska Anchorage

Angela Cooper Eastern Kentucky University

Nelson Castellano University of Miami

It is a reminder that there are people and organizations

David Connelly The University of Texas at Austin

Thomas Conry University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Lesley Casarez Angelo State University

Love of Learning Award Recipient

Julie Colson Clemson University

D R E A M

David Cremers Washington State University Matthew Cuevas California State University, Long Beach Anne Czor Eastern Kentucky University Helen Dailey Youngstown State University Russell Dart University of West Florida Stuart Davidson The University of Utah Heather Davis Texas Woman’s University


Michael Davis University of Southern California

Maria Dudzak University of Idaho

Terita Davis University of Maryland

Peggy Dufour Hood College

William De Graf United States Military Academy

Aida Dugan Member At Large

Atwood De Wandeleer Western Carolina University

Ryan Duling Ohio Northern University

Mike Deal University of Bridgeport

Michael Dumont University of Delaware

Robert Dean California State University, Fullerton

John Dunlap Southern Oregon University

James Deboard California State University, Los Angeles

Thomas Durkin Northern Illinois University

Kathleen DeBruyn Grand Valley State University E. Terry Deiderick Youngstown State University Linda Demikat University of Connecticut Dewi Depositario-Cabacar University of the Philippines Beryl Dewey University of Arizona Merton Dewitt Drury University

Marilyn Dishman-Horst Pittsburg State University Diane Disney University of Rhode Island Alex Dluzneski University of Florida Otto Doering III Purdue University Harold Draper University of MissouriKansas City Lori Drummond Saint Martin’s University Mary Dudley University of Georgia

Graham Fogg University of California-Davis Ryan Fong University of California-Davis David Foose Oklahoma City University Deanna Forney Western Illinois University

Laurie Ellison University of Central Florida

Craig Foster Troy University

Howard Erickson Kansas State University

Robert Fowler Eastern Kentucky University Barbara Frank Idaho State University

Denise Eslinger Indiana State University

John Fraser Jr. The University of Texas-Medical Branch at Galveston

Femi Euba Louisiana State University

James Fasules University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Norma Faust Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Mario Flores California State University, Fresno

Heidi Eisips San Jose State University

Robert Fahey Bradley University

Judy Gagnon University of Southern Maine

Harold Flint Montclair State University

Melissa Eck Eastern Michigan University

Joe Exum Sr. Member At Large

Ronald Gaddis The University of Kansas

Alfred Fleming Youngstown State University

Peggy Jo Eaton Idaho State University

Tennille Everett-Battle Wesleyan College

Bruce Fellows California State University, Long Beach

Elizabeth Fitzgerald The Ohio State University

Catherine Ernst Michigan State University

Dave Fujimoto Texas A&M University

Rebecca Finnegan The Ohio State University

Kathryn Eaton Wichita State University

Susan Deboer University of Nevada, Reno

Dolores Federation Rochester Institute of Technology

Allison Frazier-Balser New Mexico State University John Freeman Jr. North Carolina State University Susan Fribley The Ohio State University Donald Frisque University of WisconsinMilwaukee

Joidaz Gaines North Carolina A&T State University John Garay United States Military Academy James Garber University of Louisiana at Lafayette Tim Garde Pennsylvania State University Susan Garfield Member At Large

Frank Garosi California State University, Sacramento Jacquelyn Garrabrant California State University, Long Beach

Dorothy Garrain University of Connecticut Robert Gates Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University Edward Geist University of Bridgeport Robert Gentry University of Massachusetts Thomas George Kennesaw State University Gottfried Georgi New Mexico Highlands University Robert Gerlach Pennsylvania State University Kathie Gerrity University of California-Davis Robert Gies Old Dominion University

Edward Fritz University of Evansville

John Goins The Citadel

Douglas Frye University of Maryland

Jacob Gold The University of Texas at Austin

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Christal Gordon University of Wisconsin-Madison

Charles Hanes Oklahoma State University

Alex Herbst Plymouth State University

Fern Hunt The Ohio State University

Marc Gordon University of Maryland

Priscilla Hanford California State University, Chico

Roland Hesmondhalgh IV Florida Institute of Technology

Joann Hymel Nicholls State University

Thomas Gormley University of Florida

Eleonore Hansen Bradley University

Joseph Heyward Francis Marion University

Jenifir Isbister University of Maryland

Carl Graves University of Arkansas

Joan Hansen Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Catherine Hicks Virginia Commonwealth University

Daniel Jackson Jr. Fort Hays State University

Robin Gray Georgia Institute of Technology

Stefanie Hansen University of Southern California

Denise Hile Ball State University

Nancy Jackson Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Autumn Greba Duquesne University

Amanda Hardesty The Ohio State University

Rhonda Jackson The University of Tulsa

Todd Green Marshall University

Julaine Harding University of Maryland

Antwanett Hill University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Ruth Green-Waite Youngstown State University

Edgar Harras Member At Large

Alison Gregory Marymount University

Maria Harsanyi University of Maryland

Christa Griffin University of Maryland Kay Gruling University of Wisconsin-Madison Monica Gustafson University of Massachusetts

Kelsey Guyan Auburn University Michael Hagen University of Kentucky William Hajdu University of Wisconsin-Madison Louis Hala University of Alaska Fairbanks

Kristofer Hambly California State University, Dominguez Hills Edsel Hamilton III University of Southern California Ruth Hammiller University of WisconsinWhitewater

K A P PA

Linda Hiniker West Virginia University

Erica Harvie Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

Wanda Haschek-Hock University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Walter Hope Jr. University of Maryland

Barbara Hawkins Columbus State University

Jami Hornbuckle Morehead State University

Homer Hayes The University of Texas at Austin

Terri Hosto University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Pamela Hayward Augusta University

John Hribar Member At Large

P H I

Ilona Hellie Texas Tech University

Victoria Henschel University of California-Davis

A

Erik Johansson University of Arizona JaneAnne Johnson California State University, Dominguez Hills

Stardust Johnson University of Arizona Christine Johnson-Battista University of New Hampshire

Robert Jolly The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

J. Randy Hughes Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Jenny Jones Clark Atlanta University

John Hull Radford University

Holly Kaczmarski Weber State University

Robert Hummel Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Jack Kamerman Kean University

D R E A M

Kathryn Jimenez University of Bridgeport

Christopher Hughes Michigan State University

Kathleen Heide University of South Florida

R E A L I Z I N G

Emily Jensen Lycoming College

James Huey University of Louisville

John Hedrick University of Georgia

Janice Jacobs Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Margarett Jennings University of Maryland

John Hodges University of Maryland

Laura Hauer Northern Arizona University

William Jackson Oregon State University

Jeffrey Jacobs University of Wisconsin-Madison

Elizabeth Hodge East Carolina University

Steven Hollister Grand Valley State University

Alexa Henderson Clark Atlanta University

Sarah Hand University of South Florida

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Irene Hazen-Otto The Sage Colleges

Robert Haley Oregon State University

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Nancy Hill The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Marcella Kaminski Miami University


Hiroto Kanai University of Southern California

Marcella Kysilka University of Central Florida

Dorothy Kane Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Robert Ladendorff Northern Arizona University Melinda Lagarce Texas Tech University

David Kanyer Washington State University

Janet Laston Member At Large

Adrianne Kim California State University, Long Beach

Maribeth LeBreton Widener University

Jennifer Kruschwitz Rochester Institute of Technology

Curtis Leseman Member At Large

Michael Kupfer Michigan State University Reuben Kyle Middle Tennessee State University

Carey Loveland Michigan State University

Jennifer Lowell University of Massachusetts

Linda Lowenstine University of California-Davis Michelle Lowery Member At Large

Laura Leso University of Rhode Island

William Loyd Kansas State University

Norman Lettich Pennsylvania State University Christina Leverenzzi California State University, Dominguez Hills

Bryen Lorenz Widener University

Karen Lowder The University of Texas at El Paso

William Leslie Oregon State University

Alan Kuczynski University of Miami

Anthony Lombardi University of Central Florida John Lopez New Mexico State University

Robert Leedham Jr. The University of New Mexico

William LeRette Northeastern University

Andrew Kochan Miami University

Margaret Kuklewicz University of Maryland

Raymond Leisy Bowling Green State University

John Knapp Sr. Virginia Military Institute

James Locke Auburn University

Nancy Lehmann-Carssow The University of Texas at Austin

James Knapp University of Maine

Rebecca Maloney University of New Orleans

Steven Lobeck Florida Institute of Technology

JoDe Lavine University of Memphis

M. Kirkham Kansas State University

Dustin Lykins University of Alabama at Birmingham

Iva Lipton University of Rhode Island

Michael Launer Florida State University

Donald Kinkaid University of North Georgia

Susan Luther Louisiana State University

David Lindsay California State University, Stanislaus

Cheryl Laska DePaul University

Emma Kientz The University of Oklahoma

Julia Kleinschmidt The University of Utah

Bonnie Lindenfelser St Cloud State University

Royce Larsen University of Utah

Virginia Keville Salem State University

Janet Limero University of Massachusetts

Minnie Lark The University of Toledo

Melanie Kernick Pennsylvania State University

Holger Luther Pennsylvania State University

Laura Lieber University of Arkansas

Paulette Lane University of South Florida

Kevin Kenny University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Mike Lewis North Carolina State University

Thomas Lewis Westfield State University

James Landon Portland State University

Melissa Kennedy Arcadia University

William Luckow University of WisconsinWhitewater

Rebecca Lewis Lycoming College

Kam Lam San Jose State University

Carolyn Kates University of Florida

Lee Etta Lewis University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Scott Lucas The Citadel

Richard Manahan East Tennessee State University Christine Manzey The University of Toledo Peter Marbarger University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Suzanne March University of Nevada, Reno Ada Marin San Diego State University John Marincel University of Missouri-Kansas City Neil Marks California State University, Fresno Leslie Marsh University of Nebraska at Kearney Arnold Martin Washington State University Barbara Martin Georgetown College Gertrude Martin Elmhurst College Jennifer Martin Utah State University Michael Martin Member At Large Robert Martinez Lamar University Irene Martz Arkansas State University Martin Massengale University of Arizona

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Sandy Massock University of Missouri-Kansas City

Deborah Miller Syracuse University

Emily Murray Member At Large

June Mastan The Sage Colleges

Elbert Miller Virginia Commonwealth University

Katherine Muth The Ohio State University

Stephanie Mathews-Brashear University of South Florida

Roxane Miller University of Louisville

Barry Nason Tennessee State University

Willard Maughan Weber State University

Janet Mitchell Pennsylvania State University

Robert Nehls Jr. San Jose State University

Kenneth Mauterer University of Louisiana at Monroe

Mozella Mitchell University of South Florida

Harland Nelson Washington State University

Myra May University of WisconsinMilwaukee

Robert Moel California State University, Long Beach

Nancy Nester University of Rhode Island

Harold McAnney University of Central Florida

Jacquelyn Moffitt New Mexico State University

Marie McCarron University of Rhode Island

Susan Montgomery Eastern Michigan University

Krista Newkirk The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Margaret McFadden University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Marcia Moore The University of Texas at Austin

Mitchell Newman Clarkson University

Gretchen Paupore Michigan Technological University

Kevin McGee University of Maryland Global Campus

Margo Moore Western Michigan University

Scott Nodes Arizona State University

Traci Payne University of Louisiana at Monroe

Richard Moore Jr. Clemson University

Richard Nolan San Diego State University

Ronald Moore The University of Toledo

Jacqueline Noonan Miami University

Lloyd Peake California State University, San Bernardino

Valerie Moore Washington State University

W. Oehlert Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Thomas McGee Iowa State University Robert Mckay The University of Utah Barbara McLean University of Maryland

Billy Morgan Murray State University

Stephen McNeill Kennesaw State University

Michael Mormino Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Thomas McNeill Brigham Young University Joyce McReynolds Purdue University

Charles Mele Fordham University Cynthia Mendelson Kean University

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Shiela Morrison University of Alaska Anchorage Frederick Moser Louisiana State University

Gail Mosher Florida State University

Iuliana Mihu University of Illinois at Chicago

Judy Munnis The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

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Linda Page University of South Florida Miley Palmer McKendree University Celeste Pardee University of Arizona

Michelle Parker University of Southern California Robert Parks Troy University

Daniel Pearcy University of Louisville Gregory Pease University of Memphis

Margaret Olinger California State University, Long Beach

Luis Perez University of Puerto Rico

William Oliver Montclair State University

Marjorie Perlman Rochester Institute of Technology

Richard Olson University of Minnesota

Manuel Pescador Florida State University

Robert Olson University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

William Peterman University of Illinois at Chicago

Lorna Onizuka University of HoustonClear Lake

Jean Mueller Arizona State University

K A P PA

Arlene O’Tell University of Connecticut

Lewis O’Neal Jr. Georgia College & State University

Casualene Meyer Brigham Young University

P H I

Alan Ostendorp New Mexico State University

Alex Nesterenko Grand Valley State University

Sherie Moran California State University, Fullerton

Julia McLeod University of Massachusetts

Ramona Osgood University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Alise Orloff University of Maryland, College Park

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David Petrisky Kennesaw State University Douglas Pfeiffer Washington State University Duane Phillips Auburn University at Montgomery Leroy Pickett Member At Large


Anthony Pico Jr. Montclair State University

Claribel Rodriguez-Gonza University of Puerto Rico

Andrew Pinkham University of Maryland

Denise Roesler-Cunningham University of Missouri-St Louis

Paula Pinkley The University of Tennessee at Martin

Carole Root Northern Arizona University Brian Rose Elon University

Charles Platt George Mason University Edward Polansky The University of Texas at Austin Robert Potts University of North Alabama Debbie Presley-O’Brien University of Florida

Jami Prince Northwestern State University of Louisiana Julia Putnam Queens University of Charlotte Edward Quirk University of Nevada, Las Vegas Maria Quirk University of Nevada, Las Vegas Cathy Ann Ramer Washington State University Dolores Reed Oregon State University Jane Reilly Eastern Kentucky University Clinton Rempel California State University, Long Beach Charlene Renfield Youngstown State University Benjamin Reves University of Memphis Katherine Rider University of Houston Helen Roark University of Nevada, Las Vegas Barbara Roberts Southern Illinois University Carbondale

JULIANNE LIU

Jeffrey Ross University of West Georgia

Study Abroad Recipient

“Thank you so, so much for this opportunity! I am

Stephen Ross Elon University

incredibly grateful to be a recipient of the Phi Kappa

Carrie Rossman Arkansas State University

Phi Study Abroad Grant. This support enables me to follow a dream of studying, living, and growing in

Wilfred Rouleau Carnegie Mellon University

one of the most interesting, influential cultures of the world. Merci mille fois!”

Steven Rovnyak Cornell University Kathryn Rowe University of Maryland Richard Rowe Youngstown State University Eva Ryckman Andrews University Stewart Ryckman Purdue University Christine Rydel Grand Valley State University Fred Sahlmann McNeese State University

RONALD CLARK

Alan Salisbury United States Military Academy

Graduate Research Recipient

“This Graduate Research Grant will allow me to travel to University of Huddersfield’s Centre for Research in New

Kerri Scaccia Northern Arizona University

Music to observe and research the music of composer

William Schefer University of Miami

Aaron Cassidy for my dissertation. This opportunity

Randy Schenkman Syracuse University

Mitchell Schlossman Kean University

allows me to observe in Cassidy’s composerly and scholarly practices on-site so I can better share about the collaborative processes he uses to bring his new works to life.”

Raymond Schlude Jr. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Vaughn Roche The University of Utah

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Jasvinder Sidhu University of Michigan Freda Siener Southern Illinois University Carbondale Irene Silos Kean University

John Simmons Old Dominion University

GUSTAVO EIDJI CAMARINHA FUJIWARA Dissertation Fellow

Franklin Simon University of Rhode Island

“I am truly honored and humbled to be a 2019 recipient

Jon Simons Westmont College

of the Phi Kappa Phi Dissertation Fellowship. I would like to thank Phi Kappa Phi not only for the support this

Anne Simpson University of North Texas

award will provide to my Ph.D. studies as I continue to follow my dreams, but also for the encouragement

Livy Simpson The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

to pursue excellence in academics, while promoting

William Simpson Jr. Clemson University

responsible impact through leadership and service.�

Floyd Singletary Nova Southeastern University Janet Sjulin Oklahoma State University Mary Jane Slaton The Ohio State University James Schmitz University of California-Davis

Mary Sheffield North Carolina State University

Robert Schoenhals Purdue University Helen Scully Southern Oregon University

Gregory Shelnutt University of Delaware

Barbara Sears Michigan State University

Melony Shemberger Murray State University

Regina Selby Tennessee Technological University

Angela Shepas California State University, Northridge

Jimmy Seletz University of Southern California Marion Seymour University of Houston-Clear Lake

Carole Shaffer-Koros Kean University Jack Sharer Pennsylvania State University

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Wendy Shellhorn University of South Florida

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Joseph Shore Florida Atlantic University Jackelyn Shoupe University of Nevada, Reno Eliot Sibley Northeastern University

R E A L I Z I N G

John Steel Member At Large

Robert Steele University of Southern California Gary Steinhardt Purdue University Stuart Stewart Southeastern Louisiana University Victoria Stewart The University of Toledo James Stith The Ohio State University Dewitt Stone Jr. Clemson University Donald Stott Oregon State University

James Snyder University of WisconsinWhitewater

Charles Stuber North Carolina State University

Steven Socol University of WisconsinMilwaukee

Betty Song San Jose State University Bruce Sorte Oregon State University Beverly Spears Francis Marion University Nancy St. John Florida State University

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Allison Steel State University of New York at Oswego

Nancy Strouse University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Helen Sogioka San Jose State University

Elgie Sherrod Virginia Commonwealth University

Ronald Stearns University of the Pacific

Joseph Slayton University of Maryland

Kenneth Snyder The University of Toledo

Janet Starnes Southern Illinois University Carbondale

D R E A M

Del Sudkamp Purdue University Viji Sundar California State University, Stanislaus Pamela Swaim-Mejia Indiana State University Marilyn Swears Florida State University David Sylva University of Maryland Michael Tate The University of Toledo Michael Tavas Fordham University


Robert Tavlin Sr. Jackson State University

Ronald Ulmer Millikin University

Marc Weinberg Ithaca College

Sandra Taylor Jacksonville University

Theresa Valiga Villanova University

Pamela Wendt Northern Arizona University

Kimberly Wise Columbus State University

Katherene Terrell Oklahoma State University

Timothy Van Scoyoc Pennsylvania State University

Wendy Wenner Grand Valley State University

Hillary Wofford The University of Mississippi

Edward Tezak United States Military Academy

Jessie Vanswearingen University of Delaware

Preston Westmoreland Longwood University

Linda Thompson University of Minnesota

Ravindra Vasavada University of the Pacific

James Wharton Louisiana State University

Glenn Woodard Jr. East Carolina University

Teresa Thompson The University of Southern Mississippi

Laurel Vaughn University of Evansville

Theresa Wherrett Michigan State University

Mark Wooster University of Miami

Terry Vimont Colorado State University

Jerry Whigham Mercer University

Mark Thorne Missouri State University

Rose Leigh Vines California State University, Sacramento

Nadine White University of Maryland, College Park

Martha Thrift Georgia Southern University

Robert Vogler Salem State University

Thomas White Virginia Tech

Timothy Tolar Northwestern State University of Louisiana

Nancee Volpi University of the Pacific

Vernon White Samford University

Edward Wada University of Southern California

Bruce Whiting Member At Large

Aaron Thorne Missouri State University

Harry Tomita California State University, Long Beach Jacquelynn Torcicollo Kean University Javier Torner California State University, San Bernardino Anita Tracy University of Maryland Shirley Treadaway Kennesaw State University Sylvia Tso University of Nevada, Reno Christina Tucker Salisbury University Ron Tulley The University of Findlay Brian Turner The Ohio State University Georgia Tuttle University of Maine

Deatra Wadsworth University of North Texas

Robert Winford Eastern Michigan University

Kalfred Wong Jr. University of Hawaii

Murray Worsham The University of Texas at Austin Reba Wyatt The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Zhaolei Xie Southeastern Louisiana University Laura Yee San Diego State University

John Yetka University of Wyoming

Susan Wick University of Connecticut

Kenneth Yoshikawa California State University, Long Beach

Jacqueline Waggoner Portland State University

Annabelle Wightman San Jose State University

Tara Wagner The University of Texas at Austin

Jacquelin Wilkens University of Bridgeport

Matthew Wallig University of Wyoming

David Williams University of Minnesota

Thomas Walsh Iowa State University

George Williams United States Military Academy

Steven Ziegler Missouri University of Science and Technology

Kerry Walzl University of Delaware

L. Bradley Williams University of WisconsinWhitewater

Marilyn Zimmerman University of California-Davis

Mary Jane Wann Indiana State University Catherine Warren California State University, Dominguez Hills

Curtis Young University of Hawaii Craig Zeman California State University, Long Beach

Lois Williams North Carolina State University Gloria Wilson University of Southern California

Sarah Warren University of South Alabama

Jerry Wilson Member At Large

Judith Watson California State University, Fullerton

Elsa Winch Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania

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L E A D E R S H I P F O U N D AT I O N B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S Diane Smathers, Ed.D. Chair Daniel S. Beasley, Ph.D.

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Lourdes Barro Wendy Lawrence

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

Erin R. McClernon, J.D. Maire O. Simington, Ph.D. Mary Todd, Ph.D.

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s illustrated throughout this report, your donations have helped students realize their dreams to study abroad, attend graduate school, conduct dissertation research, provide literacy programs, and so much more. And in doing so, you’ve helped Phi Kappa Phi realize its dream to foster a lifelong love of learning in the hearts and minds of students and members from all academic disciplines. To continue your support of the Phi Kappa Phi Foundation, please use the envelope included or visit www.phikappaphi.org/giving to make your gift today. Please know how grateful we are for you, your membership, your commitment, and your support of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. The gifts you give today will help dreams come true tomorrow.

B O A R D O F D I R E C T O R S Missy Hopper, Ph.D. President Dan Sandweiss, Ph.D. President-elect Gypsy M. Denzine, Ph.D. Past President David J. Silva, Ph.D. Vice President for Chapter Development Lora A. Becker, Ph.D. Director JoAnn Canales, Ph.D. Director

For more information about our giving opportunities, please contact:

Laurie Kramer, Ph.D. Director

DR. MARY TODD Executive Director

Christina M. McIntyre Director

execdirector@phikappaphi.org 225.923.7700

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

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FINANCIAL

NEW INITIATES 29,668

2017

27,554

28,166

summary

2018

2019

ACTIVE MEMBERS BY CATEGORY

61,246

58,033

61,229

REGULAR

2018

50,625

49,892

48,824

LIFE

2017

2019

INVESTMENTS

2018

59,496,040

57,720,457

54,566,423 2017

2019

COMBINED NET ASSETS

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2018

$59,557,713

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$57,336,541

$54,134,991 2017

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The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi and The Phi Kappa Phi Foundation

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi and The Phi Kappa Phi Foundation

COMBINED STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION

COMBINED STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES

July 2018 - June 2019

July 2018 - June 2019

ASSETS

2018 2019

Current Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents Investments

$172,141

$122,299

54,513,455

55,249,170

Inventory

83,804

25,734

Accounts Receivable

74,549

68,560

Contributions Receivable

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26,998

106,207

223,570

Other Assets Total Current Assets

54,950,156

55,716,331

Property and Equipment Property and Equipment, Net

1,429,484

1,577,200

12,708

12,708

2018

2019

Contributions

$985,140

$ 356,223

Annual Membership Dues

1,864,220

1,821,777

Initiation Fees

593,360

551,080

Life Memberships

379,600

320,300

Convention Revenue

–––––– 81,050

Investment Return, Net

3,601,748

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

3,790,835

37,705

18,108

Royalty Income

210,486

224,496

Other Revenues

71,209

26,474

Release of Restrictions

Other Assets Deposits

REVENUE, GAINS, AND OTHER SUPPORT

Total Revenue, Gains, and Other Support

-

-

$7,743,468

$7,190,343

317,540

374,355

Literacy Grants

29,953

26,413

Study Abroad Program

74,000

100,000

-

3,000

Dissertation Fellowships

100,000

100,000

Love of Learning Award

100,000

50,000

-

100,000

1,447,669

1,459,649

435,291

448,188

National Office - Facilities and Operations 203,476

226,501

Resale Items

110,124

130,019

52,837

44,504

Depreciation Long-Term Liabilities Development

134,648

123,622

14,281

24,252

Advanced Payment of Dues, Net of Current Portion

151,947

93,562

Investments - Donor Restricted

2,896,803

Investments - Board Designated

310,199

Total Assets

$59,599,350

2,970,962 1,275,908 $61,553,109

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Liabilities

Scholar/Artist/Service Awards

Current Liabilities Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses

$386,583

$313,014

Advanced Payment of Dues, Current Portion

1,325,081

1,274,291

67,950

11,750

Notes Payable, Current Portion

84,468

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Due to Chapters

62,881

63,353

1,926,963

1,662,408

Total Liabilities

335,846

332,988

2,262,809

1,995,396

Net Assets Designated by Board for: Sherrill Carlson Fellowship Contingency

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1,012,394

318,115

263, 514

Undesignated

54,121,623

55,310,843

54,439,738

56,586,751

With Donor Restrictions Total Net Assets

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

Advanced Payment Convention and Conference

Total Current Liabilities

EXPENSES Fellowship Program

2,896,803 57,336,541

2,970,962 59,557,713

Board of Directors

Chapter Growth Committee Meetings

23,666

25,507

Marketing and Communications

633,293

546,909

Publications

279,286

268,151

Interest Expense

4,159

1,398

Information Technology

127,465

84,804

Other National Office Expense

276,420

251,708

25,863

48,586

-

438,043

Professional Fees Convention Expense Total Expenses Change in Net Assets Net Assets at Beginning of Year

Total Liabilities and Net Assets

$59,599,350

$61,553,109

Net Assets at End of Year

4,541,918 3,201,550 54,134,991

4,969,171 2,221,172 57,336,541

$57,336,541 $ 59,557,713

Note: The financial statement reflects the Society’s fiscal year from July 2018 - June 2019. 2019

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