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Phi Beta Delta honors those who serve internationalism - the idea of a world connected, of respect for different traditions, of the need for education to enhance knowledge of the many cultures that are part of a globe that we all must share.
Its members include Secretary of State Colin Powell, Mrs. William Fulbright, Noble Peace Prize Laureate Norman Borlaug, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, scholars such as Seymour Martin Lipset and Larry Diamond, and many others who exemplify those ideals.
The Executive Director of Phi Beta Delta is Dr. Yvonne Captain, Past President of the international organization and Professor at George Washington University.
She succeeds Eileen Evans, also long connected with George Washington University, who died recently in a tragic accident. See Washington Post article on Dr. Evans.
Offices of the society are in the historic mansion of the family of President James Garfield, just off Dupont Circle in Wahsington, D.C.International Honrary Organism
Award for Summer Study in Europe
Adam Barnes, Valencia, Spain
Nate Chapman, Sussex, England
David Myles, London School of Economics
Givens Award for the study of Western Art in Europe
Fall 2012 Winners
Zach Churney, Germany
Nick Reese, England
Larry Savoy, Spain
Drew Songer, Italy
Sebastian Garren, Italy
Corey Hamilton, Italy
Nick Sladek, Italy
Both of the above awards are competitive, and require prior approval to study off-campus. Please contact David Clapp in the International Studies Office for details regarding both awards and the application procedures