Media Coverage

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.

Secretary and CEO Frederick M. Lawrence, is Phi Beta Kappa’s primary spokesperson and has considerable experience giving interviews, on-camera, in person, or by phone. An accomplished scholar, teacher and attorney, Lawrence is one of the nation’s leading experts on civil rights, free expression, and bias crimes.

To arrange an interview, please contact Jen Horneman at 202-745-3287 or jhorneman@pbk.org

 
A Focus on Funding
Inside Higher Ed | 04.24.17

Don't Should Down Repugnant Speakers, As Them Tough Questions
Newsweek | 04.13.17

On James Rosenquist's Death: The Kind of Artist Universities Need
The Hill | 04.08.17

How to Tell Sketchy Honor Society from Legitimate Ones
USA Today College | 03.07.17

Phi Beta Kappa Head Speaks at Union
The Daily Gazette | 02.27.17  

A Guide for Colleges Navigating the Hate Speech Line
The Hill | 01.30.17

Honor Society Awards Atlanta for Arts and Sciences
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution | 01.26.17

Without Liberal Arts and Sciences, America's Foundation Crumbles
The Hill | 12.01.16

Rediscovering the Role of Public Citizen and the Art of Public Discourse
The Hill | 11.14.16

Interview with Varney & Company on Student Protests and the Election
Fox Business | 11.14.16

Disagreeing Agreeably: Dedicating Ourselves to Productive Dialog
Huffington Post | 09.26.16
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