Phi Kappa Phi Chapter #260 meets at 5:15 p.m. five to six times a year, location to be announced. We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting.
For more information, contact Marge Phillips, PKP Chapter 260 President at (573) 651-2460 or email@example.com.
Eligible PKP candidates are invited and initiated in the spring semester of every year. It is a rewarding event where you can meet other PKP members, listen to excellent speakers, and enjoy the day with your family.
Phi Kappa Phi members are inducted in a joint ceremony with Phi Eta Sigma members. Phi Eta Sigma is the honor society for first-year students.
Initiation keynote speakers from previous years are:
|2015||Dr. Kenneth Dobbins, President, Southeast Missouri State University|
|2014||Dr. Dr. Bill Eddleman, Provost, Southeast Missouri State University|
|2013||Neal E. Boyd, Southeast Missouri State University graduate and winner of America's Got Talent|
|2012||Dr. Harold Hager, the first president of Phi Kappa Phi Chapter #260 and former chair of the Department of Mathematics at Southeast|
|2011||Dr. Shawn Guiling, Department of Psychology, Southeast Missouri State University|
|2010||Dr. Jane Stephens, Provost Emeritus, Southeast Missouri State University|
|2009||Dr. Timothy Ray, Department of Mathematics, Southeast Missouri State University|
|2008||Ross McFerron, PKP Fellowship Winner 2004-2005|
|2007||Gilbert Fowler, Arkansas State University, Vice President, South Central Region, PKP|
|2006||Dr. Kenneth Dobbins, President, Southeast Missouri State University|
|2005||Dr. Nancy Blattner, Vice President and Dean for Academic Affiairs, Fontbonne University, St. Louis and a PKP Regent|
|2004||Perry Snyder, Executive Director, PKP National Headquarters|
|2002||Dr. James Heflin, Vice President, South Central Region, PKP|
|2001||Perry Snyder, Executive Director, PKP National Headquarters|
|2000||Dr. Wendell McKenzie, National President-Elect, PKP|
|1999||Dr. Ann Nalley, National Past President, PKP|
|1998||Dr. Charles Kupchella, Provost, Southeast Missouri State University|
Phi Kappa Phi members, who are not graduating, can usher for both the Spring and Fall Commencements and/or Honors Convocation. Duties include meeting graduates and their parents, directing attendees to appropriate seating area, distributing graduation booklets, etc.