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Calling All Phi Beta Kappa Members
Durham, NC - The Office of Undergraduate Scholars and Fellows is inviting all Duke faculty and staff who are members of the Phi Beta Kappa academic honor society to this year's celebration of the newest members.
On May 10, the Duke chapter of Phi Beta Kappa will induct approximately 230 graduating seniors into the society, which is the oldest academic honor society in the U.S.
Fewer than 10 percent of colleges in the U.S. have a Phi Beta Kappa chapter, and in those colleges, only about 10 percent of the arts and sciences graduates are selected for membership.
"These students are the top of the curve at a top institution, which makes them quite special," said Steve Nowicki, dean of undergraduate education and president of the Duke Phi Beta Kappa chapter. "We want to involve as many people as we can in the celebration of their accomplishments."
Faculty and staff who are Phi Beta Kappa members are invited to email their contact information to the Office of Undergraduate Scholars and Fellows at email@example.com by March 23 to reserve a spot at the induction ceremony.
Phi Beta Kappa members who cannot attend the event are encouraged to email their contact information and affiliation with Phi Beta Kappa to the Office of Undergraduate Scholars and Fellows for future event notification.
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