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Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society at USC

Phi Kappa Phi Logo Founded in 1897 at the University of Maine, The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi (PKP) is one of the nation's oldest and largest honor societies and is a charter member of the Association of College Honor Societies. PKP's membership currently numbers more than 900,000 scholars from across the globe. Drawing membership from all divisions within the academic institution, PKP is the largest interdisciplinary honor society. It is in a unique position to cultivate consciousness of relationships by bringing together individuals from a variety of disciplines.

Approximately 32,000 students, faculty, professional staff, and alumni from 281 select colleges and universities are inducted annually. The PKP All-University Honor Society is USC's oldest honor society. Membership is by invitation only, with members initiated each Spring on the basis of academic excellence. Now in partnership with the USC Libraries, the USC Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi provides opportunities for undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty members to engage in research of the highest caliber, to share their experiences with one another and to be recognized for their accomplishments by a supportive academic community.


2013-14 Phi Kappa Phi Student Recognition Awards Program

The Phi Kappa Phi All-University Honor Society is pleased to announce the 31st annual Phi Kappa Phi Student Recognition Awards Program, to provide recognition for outstanding artistic and academic works by both undergraduate and graduate students.

Four awards of $500 each will be presented at the USC Annual Academic Honors Convocation in April, 2014.

Deadline for submission is November 15, 2013.

Click here to download an application.


First-year Academic Success

The following students were recognized by Phi Kappa Phi for outstanding academic work during their freshman year at USC, Fall 2012 through Spring 2013. The ceremony took place on October 25th, 2013, in Doheny Main Library Room 240. Congratulations to each of these sophomores and their families.

Ahn, Green
 

Aiello, McKenna Lee
 

Alfait, Fiona
 

An, Veronica Louise
 

Aquino, Kaitlin Elizabeth
 

Ariani, Rojine Tiffany
 

Berg, Mollie Elizabeth
 

Campbell, Symiah Shianne
 

Carpenter, Christy Lee
 

Chai, Alexis Ellie
 

Chand, Jesse
 

Chang, Esther Wai-Shi
 

Chin, Albert Wei Kang
 

DeGuide, Alison Therese
 

DiGiovanni, Joshua Mark
 

Enfield-Kane, Jennifer Allegra
 

Ferrer, Lukas Jose
 

Foon, Chloe Rachel
 

Garbutt, Schessa Roeshele
 

Geanacopoulos, Sophia Katherine
 

Goldstein, Kimberly Morgan
 

Gospe, Sean Patrick
 

Green, Ryan Coleman
 

Greer, Alison McKeighley
 

Haddad, Elinor Jennings Johnson
 

Hamilton, Ryan Parker
 

Han, Xiao
 

Hantman, Michelle Desiree
 

Hayward, Ariel Marissa
 

Jolkovsky, Hanna Lee
 

Joshi, Akshay
 

Kaplan, Elizabeth Jane
 

Kennedy, Helen Anne
 

Kloess, Haley Kristin
 

Larson, Kathryn Lee
 

Lee, Howard H.
 

Lo, Agatha Dawn
 

Louie, Kirstin Courtney
 

Lu, Vivian
 

Martin, Caitlin Elizabeth
 

McLean, Ryan Davis
 

Meadows, John Manvers
 

Mel De Fontenay, Gabriel Carreira
 

Molina, Jorge
 

Nugent, Justine Nicole
 

Ostiller, Kimberly Victoria
 

Pasinato, Ian Lucas
 

Prestholt, Michelle Michiko
 

Richardson, Benjamin Christopher
 

Robalino, Giuseppe Hossan
 

Rugo, Aubrey Secord
 

Santiago, Anthony Jay
 

Schmidt, Andrew Leo
 

Srinivasan, Gautum Ayush
 

Straker, Tyler Alan
 

Wang, Brian Happy
 

Wang, David En-Wei
 

Washington, Larose Jonese
 

Weir, Elizabeth Mary
 

Woo, Matthew Chadwick
 

Wu, Sarah Yu-Pei
 

Xu, Liwei
 

Yanaga, Nathan Masao
 

Yang, Yeji
 

Yoshihara, Jenny Marie
 

Zhou, Jiaqi