The Society invites online applications for our Key into Public Service scholarship. The goal is to connect promising liberal arts and sciences students with opportunities in local, state, and federal public service careers and award $5,000 undergraduate scholarships to successful applicants. Interested students can learn more and apply online until January 15, 2021 at https://pbk.org/ServiceScholarsApp.
Scott will pursue a DPhil in Criminology at Oxford
Two UC Davis students have been awarded prestigious Marshall Scholarships in a decades-old British government program that pays for American students to pursue advanced degrees at British universities.
Key Connectionsis a national program designed to connect recent graduates and young professional members with networking and career opportunities across the country. Through a series of annual events hosted by our 50 alumni associations, members build connections and engage with their local communities.
UC Davis microbiology major Madeline Handy is one of twenty students nationally to be recognized with Phi Beta Kappa’s Key into Public Service Award. The award, introduced this year, recognizes students who have demonstrated interest in working in the public sector and possess a strong academic record in the arts, humanities, mathematics, natural sciences, and social sciences.
The national office of The Phi Beta Kappa Society is seeking writing interns to help publicize the work of the Society and write stories about our alumni members. Applicants must be new members of Phi Beta Kappa within their first or second year to be considered for this position. Each intern receives a $1,000 stipend, and five publishable articles are required. Applications for this round of internships are due by June 5.