Why don?t I see my chapter?s information in the Medallion Newsletter?
Submissions are always welcomed for the Medallion Newsletter. If you want to submit a short article about your chapter?s activities please send it to Dr. Michael Smithee, Director of Publications at: email@example.com
What other publications are available?
The following are available for purchase:
- Passport: This pocket-sized passport contains all the information any member of Phi Beta Delta must know about the society. (Background of the society, list of all chapters, and Headquarters)
- 52 Weekly Thoughts: These essays include ideas for your chapter activities as well as suitable readings for your chapter openings and inductions, for the chapter newsletters or for printed menus and other chapter literature.
- Activity Ideas: Here is a growing collection of ideas and tips of publicity activities for chapters.
- History of the Home of Phi Beta Delta: A wonderful description about the historic mansion of the family of President James Garfield, the former home of Phi Beta Delta.
- The official Anthem of Phi Beta Delta: This is a great acquisition for your chapter. You may want to consider playing or singing the PBD anthem at your next induction ceremony!
Note: A detailed list of the publications can be found in the Supply Order Form.
To order any of these publications, please send the Supply Order Form along with the payment to the:
Phi Beta Delta Honor Society
1630 Connecticut Avenue, NW, 3rd Floor
Washington, DC 20009
What are the types of Awards?
- The Eileen M. Evans Overall Outstanding Chapter Award.
- The Edward S. Blankenship Outstanding Staff Award.
- The Faculty Award for Outstanding Contributions to International Education.
- The David Merchant Award International Student Award for Achievement.
- The Domestic Student Award for International Achievement.
Who is eligible to receive a Commemorative Medallion?
The most frequent recipients of commemorative medallions (also referred to as honorary medallions) are honorary members of your chapter. Ambassadors, visiting heads of states, college and university presidents, and government officials are some of the people who have received the commemorative medallions. These are people whom you do not expect to be involved in the day-to-day operations of Phi Beta Delta. However, they have contributed in some way to your chapter, and you wish to pay homage to them by awarding them a medallion. Other recipients of the commemorative medallion are active members whom you wish to honor even further because of specific acts of internationalism that they have performed. Remember to include the information about your honorary members when your send us your Membership List Form.