Key into Public Service Scholars


  
Selected from over 800 applicants attending Phi Beta Kappa institutions across the nation, the Key into Public Service Scholars hail from 15 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 virtual 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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John Boland

University of Notre Dame, Political Science

 

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Malina Brannen

Georgetown University, Government

 

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Max Chayet

Williams College, History and Political Science

 

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Gabby Crooks

Stanford University, International Relations

 

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Jacob Feuerstein

Bucknell University, Political Science and Economics

 

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Sarah Glaser

University of South Florida, Political Science and Public Health

 

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Sydney Gray

Yale University, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology

 

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Joe Hartung

University of Kansas, History and International Studies

 

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Jaeger Held

Gettysburg College, History

 

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Michael Hernandez

University of Connecticut, Political Science and Economics

 

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Raziya Hillery

Butler University, Political Science, International Studies, and Spanish

 

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Wren King

West Virginia University, Anthropology, Women's & Gender Studies, and Geography

 

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Kassandra Le-Huynh

University of Tulsa, French and Economics

 

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Isabel Lopez

Rhodes College, Economics and International Studies

 

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Karishma Muthukumar

University of California, Irvine, Cognitive Science and Biology

 

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Nazm Rahat

Millsaps College, Biochemistry

 

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Sujay Ratna

Rutgers University, Biology

 

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Sam Rechek

University of South Florida, Political Science and Philosophy

 

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Khaylah Scott

Millsaps College, Sociology

 

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Isha Yardi

University of Maryland College Park, Public Health Science

 

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