Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society records
Northeastern University was granted a charter for the national honor society Phi Kappa Phi in 1963. Founded in 1897, Phi Kappa Phi recognizes scholarship in all areas of academic endeavor. The Northeastern chapter was established as part of the effort to strengthen the College of Liberal Arts. The society co-sponsored with NU's Council on Research and Scholarship the first Scholarship Day held on May 11, 1978, during which regular classes were replaced with special colloquiums addressing faculty members' recent research. Continued as an annual tradition, the name was changed to Scholars' Day in 1985 and later included forums for students to explicate their scholarly endeavors.
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The collection is unrestricted.
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0.35 cubic feet (1 container)
System of Arrangement:
- Phi Kappa Phi records. (AC 43) University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections Department, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts. Box 1, Folder 1.
- Frederick, Antoinette. Northeastern University, An Emerging Giant, 1959-1975. Northeastern University Custom Book Program, Boston, 1982.
- Frederick, Antoinette. Northeastern University Coming of Age, The Ryder Years, 1975-1989. Northeastern University, Boston, 1995.
- Finding aid for the Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society Records
- Finding aid prepared by Deborah Lovett
- June 2000
- Language of description
- Description is in English.