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WSU Phi Beta Kappa Opens Applications for 2019-20 Scholarships Covering Undergraduate Tuition and Fees

Alyssa Ferguson, WSU Gamma Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa Scholarship Committee, 509-335-2520, alyssa.c.ferguson@wsu.edu

Jeannie Holt, Principal Assistant to the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, Washington State University, 509-335-8044, jmholt@wsu.edu

PULLMAN, Wash.—The Gamma Chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa Society at Washington State University is accepting applications through April 1, 2019 from undergraduates for 2019-20 scholarships that cover full tuition costs plus mandatory-fees.

“The Gamma Chapter is very pleased to once again offer scholarships that recognize and foster excellence in liberal learning at the undergraduate level,” said Alyssa Ferguson, chair of the chapter’s scholarship committee.

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Campus Freedom of Expression topic of Oct. 3 discussions hosted by WSU Libraries and Phi Beta Kappa chapter

The Contours of Free Expression on Campus” will be the topic of events starting at 4 p.m. Mon., Oct. 3, in Terrell Library Room 103, hosted by WSU Libraries and the Gamma of Washington chapter of Phi Beta Kappa at Washington State University.  The events are free and open to the public.

First on the agenda will be a video-streamed presentation featuring former Philadelphia Inquirer Executive Vice President and Editor William Marimow and Phi Beta Kappa Secretary/CEO Fred Lawrence. They are expected to engage in wide-ranging dialogue on recent challenges and resulting debaters concerning free expression occurring on American campuses.

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Archaeology’s relevance in the modern world is topic of WSU Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar lecture by Jeremy A. Sabloff Oct. 6

Jeremy Sabloff

CONTACT: Mary F. Wack, WSU Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, 509-335-8044, mwack@wsu.edu

PULLMAN, Wash.—Internationally renowned anthropologist Jeremy A. Sabloff will present “Archaeology Matters: The Relevance of Archaeology in the Modern World” Thursday, Oct. 6, at 5:00 p.m. in Todd Hall 276 on the Washington State University campus.

The free, public lecture is hosted by the Phi Beta Kappa’s Gamma of Washington chapter at WSU. Phi Beta Kappa is the nation’s oldest and most prestigious academic honors organization.

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