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PBK Triennial Council in Boston

North Texas Association delegates:

Bruce Thomas & Derek Harrison

SUNDAY, MAY 6, 2018

4:00 - 8:00 P.M.

NORTH TEXAS ASSOCIATION COOKOUT & GENERAL MEETING

New officers elected:

Virginia Marsh - Vice President

Angela Neville - Treasurer

Nic Cain - Secretary

Bruce Thomas - Board Member At Large

Thank you for participating as a member of the North Texas PBK board of directors.

Thanks also to outgoing board members: Eric "Ric" Beasley (Vice President); Dee Tagliavia (Treasurer); and Nancy LaVerde (Board Member at Large). We appreciate your past service.

A special thank you as well to Nancy and Steve LaVerde for opening their beautiful home to us for our cookout and general meeting, and an additional thanks to Steve for manning the grill - the burgers were great!

GOOD TIME HAD BY ALL!

March 24, 2018

BACK TO COLLEGE WITH PHI BETA KAPPA AT THE UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS

Saving Ourselves & Avoiding Armageddon

Distinguished Lecturers:

Dr. Daniel Burns, Associate Professor of Politics, University of Dallas

“The Clash of Civilizations”: What Does it Mean, and Is It Real?"

Dr. Brian Stump, Albritton Professor of Earth Sciences, Southern Methodist University

"Forensic Seismology and Nuclear Testing - A Scientific Perspective on the Global Spread of Nuclear Weapons"

November 11, 2017

BACK TO COLLEGE WITH PHI BETA KAPPA AT SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY

Distinguished Lecturers:

Christopher Roos, Department of Anthropology, Southern Methodist University - "Living with Wildfire: An Archaeological Perspective."

Christopher Wolfe, Department of Politics, University of Dallas - "The Transformation of Judicial Review: How the role of the judiciary changed in American history, and some thoughts on the Trump Administration's judicial appointments."

David Moessner, A. A. Bradford Chair and Professor of Religion, Texas Christian University - “Jesus in the 21st Century: Credible . . . or Incredible?: Resources for learning about the Jesus of Nazareth of the First Century."

November 11, 2017

Phi Beta Kappa Key Connections at The Dallas Art Museum

An Evening at the Dallas Museum of Art with Anna Katherine Brodbeck, The Nancy and Tim Hanley Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art

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UPCOMING EVENTS

SAT., SEPT. 8, 2018

6:00 - 9:00 P.M.

A Phi Beta Kappa FREE Networking Event:
Your career arc: "What you should be doing now, and ten years from now!"
In association with the 2018 Phi Beta Kappa Society Key Connections series, please join Phi Beta Kappa Society members in North Texas for a special networking event hosted by the North Texas Association of Phi Beta Kappa. Benefit from the experience of those who are advancing in their career arc, and come share your experiences with recent graduates.
TIME:
Sat, September 8, 2018
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM CDT

LOCATION:

4833 Royal Ln
Dallas, TX 75229
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WELCOME MESSAGE

We would like to welcome you to the North Texas Association of Phi Beta Kappa! If you are new to DFW, or recently inducted into a Phi Beta Kappa chapter at your university, or simply unfamiliar with North Texas Association, let me extend to you a special invitation to join the North Texas Association, which serves as the regional alumni association for North Texas for all members of Phi Beta Kappa in this area. We are dedicated to promoting lifelong learning and friendship among all members of the National Society of Phi Beta Kappa residing in North Texas. And if you are a past member of our Association, thank you for your support, and welcome back!

We hope to have another exciting year of excellent programs, and we can't do it without your help and support. While we encourage your financial  support to the National Society, please note that we are not funded by the National Society, and collect separate membership dues of $25 for the fiscal year (July 1 - June 30).

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