Founded in 1776, The Phi Beta Kappa Society is the nation’s most prestigious academic honor society and is a leading voice championing liberal arts and sciences education, fostering freedom of thought, and recognizing academic excellence. The Society and its leadership have a well-established media presence earning coverage in newspapers across the country, on major television news broadcasts, and across digital news outlets.
The Society is a reliable and expert source for information, commentary, and analysis on:
- higher education policies and trends
- free speech, academic freedom, and bias crime
- liberal arts and sciences education in a variety of contexts
- leadership development and civic engagement