Announcing the 2024 Phi Kappa Phi Week Awards

Chip White
Mar 14, 2024

Phi Kappa Phi and the Council of Students are proud to announce the recipients of the 2024 Phi Kappa Phi Week Awards. During the first week of February, chapters were encouraged to celebrate member achievements and host activities that increased chapter awareness across the campus.

Congratulations to the chapters selected for awards:

Florida Atlantic University (Division I) set up an information table with both digital and traditional displays. The displays included graduation regalia, the original chapter charter, and examples of certificates. They also printed and distributed posters and asked members to wear their ΦKΦ pins.

One of the most recent additions to the ΦKΦ family, Winston-Salem State University (Division II) collaborated with the Career Development Service to inform students about the chapter and member eligibility requirements. Students were also invited to an “interest meeting” with the new chapter officers.

Youngstown State University (Division III) hosted an information table in the YSU Student Center where they had materials regarding membership and the mission and goals of ΦKΦ. Four student vice presidents staffed the table, who also spoke about volunteer activities.

Cameron University (Division IV) hosted a speaker and reception event for 45 people in which the history of Phi Kappa Phi and the chapter were recounted. The chapter also hosted a “PKP Coffee House” in which current students presented their scholarly works on English, art, physics, engineering, and chemistry.

Another new chapter, Ave Maria University (Division V) hosted three presentations and a display table in the cafeteria of the Student Union Building. The table displayed the Phi Kappa Phi Banner, the Phi Kappa Phi tablecloth, and information materials for students. All events were advertised in collaboration with AMU’s Marketing Department and three student groups: Biochemistry Club, Tri Beta Honor Society Chapter and the Snorkeling Club.

The Society and the Council of Students are proud of the efforts of each of the participating chapters during Phi Kappa Phi Week and are hopeful these activities will inspire other chapters to do the same on their campuses. Each of the five chapters selected will be awarded a $200 monetary contribution from the national office in recognition of their work.