Phi Beta Kappa School of Integrative Studies

The Phi Beta Kappa Society is the nation's oldest academic honor society, dating back over two centuries.  Phi Beta Kappa was founded by five students at the College of William and Mary in 1776 on the principles of freedom of inquiry and liberty of thought and expression.  Mason was awarded a chapter in August 2012 and joined the ranks of only 10% of American colleges with Phi Beta Kappa chapters.  New Century College would like to recognize our students who have received an invitation to join this prestigious honor society.

2021 Awardees

2015 Awardees

Alison G. Culhane

BA, Environmental and Sustainability Studies, Climate Change and Society

Raquel Jeanne Friedmann

BA, Environmental and Sustainability Studies, Environmental Policy and Politics

Samantha Robbins Kestle

BAIN, International Studies

Stuart F. Lampen-Crowell

BA, Environmental and Sustainability Studies, Environmental Economics with a minor in Business

Roger W. LeBlanc Jr.

BA, Environmental and Sustainability Studies, Environmental Policy and Politics

Bianca Yvonne Martinez

BAIN, International Studies

Julie A. Ross

BA, Environmental and Sustainability Studies, Environmental Economics

Patricia Anne Smithwick

BAIN, International Studies

Stacey C. Spillman

BA, Environmental and Sustainability Studies, Equity and Environmental Justice

Elizabeth A. Young

BAIN, Advertising

2013 Awardees

Essam Chalf

BAIN, International Studies

Charles Coats

BA, Environmental & Sustainability Studies with a minor in Non-Profit Studies

Daniel Eichenlaub

BAIN, International Studies

Ellen Mulcahy

BAIN

Megan Parker

BAIN, Child and Family Studies

Lindsey Shull

BAIN, Arts and Culture

Jennifer Souther

BSIN, Conservation Studies