Phi Kappa Phi Scholar & Artist
The Phi Kappa Phi Scholar Award and Phi Kappa Phi Artist Award honor those individuals who demonstrate the ideals of the Society through their activities, achievements, and scholarship. Awardees receive $1,000 honoraria, a life membership and a recognition citation. Each award is given once per biennium.
First presented in 1974, the Scholar Award recognizes excellence in teaching, research, and public service. In 1983, the Artist Award was established to recognize the achievements of those who, in addition to their outstanding scholarship, have displayed talents in the broad realm of the arts–creative, graphic, performing, visual, and/or fine arts.
- The nominee cannot be a sitting Phi Kappa Phi board member, regional vice president, member of the Distinguished Service Award committee or Society employee.
- Chapters and active members are encouraged to nominate one individual for this award
- Although nominees are often faculty members at colleges and universities, a chapter or any active member my nominate an active Society member who is not institution-affiliated provided all criteria are met
- The nominee must be an active member with current dues paid as of February 1, 2016