Key into Public Service Scholars


  
Selected from nearly 900 applicants attending Phi Beta Kappa institutions across the nation, the Key into Public Service Scholars hail from 17 states. The students represent a broad range of academic interests across the liberal arts and sciences, backgrounds, and institutions. Each scholar will receive a $5,000 undergraduate scholarship and take part in a convening in late June to provide them with training, mentoring, and reflection on pathways into active citizenship in the tradition of Phi Beta Kappa’s founders.
 
The Phi Beta Kappa Society is a leading national advocate for the value of arts and sciences education. Our newest program, Key into Public Service, highlights the wide range of opportunities for liberal arts graduates to pursue rewarding careers in public service and features a new scholarship opportunity. 
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Aylar Atadurdyyeva

University of Kansas, Global & International Studies, Microbiology, and Political Science

 

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Miguel Coste

University of Notre Dame, Neuroscience & Behavior

 

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Noelle Dana

University of Notre Dame, Classics, Philosophy, Science, and Mathematics

 

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Grace Dowling

Clark University, Sociology

 

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Brandon Folson

Loyola University Chicago, Economics and Legal Philosophy

 

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Justin Fox

University of Maryland - College Park, Government & Politics, and Criminology & Criminal Justice

 

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Sora Heo

University of California - San Diego, International Studies and Political Science

 

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Alec Hoffman

Clark University, Political Science and History

 

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Samiha Islam

University at Buffalo, Statistics and Human Services

 

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Ruthie Kesri

Duke University, Political Science and Global Health

 

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Katherine Marin

University of Florida, English Literature

 

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Sondos Moursy

University of Houston, Psychology

 

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Olivia Negro

Ursinus College, Politics

 

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Emily Geigh Nichols

Stanford University, African & African American Studies and Mass Communications

 

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Paul Odu

University of Missouri, Economics & Constitutional Democracy

 

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Vaidehi Persad

University of South Florida, Chemistry and Economics

 

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Diba Seddighi

University of Tennessee, Global Health Equity

 

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James Suleyman

Roanoke College, Criminal Justice and Sociology

 

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Jonah Tobin

Williams College, Economics

 

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Muskan Walia

University of Utah, Mathematics and Philosophy of Science

 

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