The Phi Beta Kappa Society

ATLANTA ASSOCIATION

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Local Phi Beta Kappa Chapters

Agnes Scott College

The Beta of Georgia Chapter was chartered in 1926. Members include Pam Tipton, President of the Alumnae Association Board of Directors, and Diane Rickett Sandifer, Secretary of the Alumnae Association Board of Directors. Please contact Ms. Marianne Bradley for more information.

The Gamma of Georgia Chapter was chartered in 1929. Notable members within the chapter include Goodrich C. White. For more information, please contact James Henry Morey, Ph.D.

Mercer University

The Zeta of Georgia Chapter was chartered in 2016. Members include former First Lady of the United States Eleanor Rosalynn Carter, Mercer Chancellor Dr. R. Kirby Godsey, President William D. Underwood, and others. For more information, please visit https://pbk.mercer.edu/.

The Delta of Georgia chapter was founded in 1968. David Satcher, M.D., Ph.D. FAAFP, FACPM, FACP, physician, and public health administrator, is a notable chapter member. For more information, please contact David Morrow.

Spelman's Phi Beta Kappa chapter, Epsilon of Georgia, was installed on February 10, 1998 by David Levering Lewis, Ph.D., Martin Luther King, Jr. University Professor of History, Rutgers University. Since its first initiation ceremony, more than 500 members have been inducted into the chapter. Please contact Cynthia Neal Spence, Ph.D. for more information.

University of Georgia

The Alpha of Georgia Chapter was chartered in 1914. In 2014, they celebrated the centennial of the arrival of PBK to their campus with a talk by noted essayist and American culture critic Gerald Early. For more information, please contact Dr. Margaret Ann Amstutz.

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