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Marshall University recognized as a Phi Kappa Phi Chapter of Merit
The Chapter of Merit distinction is a part of the society's Chapter Recognition Program, which acknowledged 69 chapters with recognition this year, including 50 as Chapters of Merit.
"Phi Kappa Phi is proud of all its chapters, but we are pleased to offer special recognition to those who have achieved the status of Chapter of Merit and Chapter of Excellence," said Society Executive Director Dr. Mary Todd. "The efforts of chapter officers to promote academic excellence on their campuses demonstrate their strong commitment to the mission of Phi Kappa Phi and to their students." By receiving the Chapter of Merit distinction, the Marshall University chapter is recognized as a thriving organization that meets regularly, holds annual initiations and applies frequently for Phi Kappa Phi's select awards, grants and fellowships.
"I am pleased that the Marshall University chapter was honored as a Chapter of Merit," said Chapter President Dr. Todd L. Green. "It means a lot to us as we are a young chapter, having been established in 2010. We are fortunate to have such high quality student and faculty members."
Chapters achieving the Chapter of Merit distinction receive:
- a commendation letter from the society sent to chapter officers and campus administration
- special recognition on the society's website and publications
- a specially designed logo for use in chapter communications
- recognition advertisements in local media and educational journals
- a $100 award
Founded in 1897 at the University of Maine, Phi Kappa Phi is the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. The society has chapters at more than 300 select colleges and universities in North America and the Philippines.For more information on Phi Kappa Phi, please call 800-804-9880 or visit www.PhiKappaPhi.org.