From its humble beginnings in 1929, the Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship Program has become one of the largest and most respected scholarship programs in the country, allocating more than $380,000 annually to outstanding students for first-year graduate study.
Each year, Phi Kappa Phi offers 50 Fellowships of up to $7,000 each and 30 Awards of Excellence of $1,000 each. Every chapter has the opportunity to submit one nominee and each person nominated receives an Active-For-Life membership in the Society. Since the Fellowship Programs inception, more than 2,000 students have benefited.
The multidisciplinary nature of Phi Kappa Phi is reflected in its
Fellowship and Award of Excellence recipients. Awardees
represent a variety of fields including biology, chemistry,
engineering, political science, mathematics and psychology.
Likewise, the professions they select are equally diverse: law,
medicine, business, education, science, or the arts.
|James Ronald Knudsen||1991||English|
|Edward Raymond Moore III||1993||English|
|Brett James Strand||1998||Political Science
|James Brotherton||2000||Political Science
|Thomas Wray Tombler, Jr.||1997||Chemistry|
|Kendall Edward Carll II||1999||Biology|