Phi Kappa Phi Forum and Its Relationship with the Society

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Phi Kappa Phi Forum and Its Relationship with the Society


Phi Kappa Phi Forum is the multidisciplinary quarterly magazine of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. Each issue of the award-winning journal reaches more than 100.000 active members as well as government officials, scholars, educators, university administrators, public and private libraries, leaders of charitable and learned organizations, corporate executives and many other types of subscribers.

It is the flagship publication of Phi Kappa Phi. the nation's oldest, largest and most selective all-discipline honor society, with chapters on more than 300 college and university campuses across the country. Phi Kappa Phi was founded in 1897 at University of Maine and upwards ? G one million members spanning the academic disciplines have been initiated since the Society's inception. Notable alumni include former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, former NASA astronaut Wendy Lawrence. U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, writer John Grisham. YouTube co founder and former CEO Chad Hurley and poet Rita Dove. The Society began publishing what's now called Phi ?a??a Phi Forum in 1915.

Spring, summer and fall issues

The spring, summer and fall issues (usually mailed late February, late May and late August, respectively) feature a variety of timely, relevant articles from influential scholars, educators, writers and other authorities, oftentimes active Phi Kappa Phi members, who offer variations on an overall theme.

Notables to have contributed pieces include Ronald Reagan. 40'1' President of the United Stales: Myrlie Evers- Williams, civil rights trailblazer: Warren Burger, 15th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court; Molefi Kete Asante, A frican- American studies groundbreaker; Sally Ride, former NASA astronaut; Ernest Gaines, fiction writer; and Geoffrey Gilmore. former director of the Sundance Film Festival.

Phi Kappa Phi Forum also encourages movers and shakers to speak for themselves through exclusive interviews. Q & As have run the gamut from public sen ants such as Lynnc Cheney, former chair of the National Endowment for the Humanities, to famous artists such as playwright August Wilson to literary critics such as Stanley Fish. …

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