Admission to the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi is by invitation only and requires nomination and approval by The College chapter in accordance with the bylaws of both the chapter and the national Society. Both require superior scholarship and good character as criteria for membership.
THE HONOR SOCIETY OF PHI KAPPA PHI ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
Seniors: Departments may nominate up to 5% of seniors of exceptional academic quality, of good character, and with a minimum grade point average (g.p.a.) of 3.5. Seniors are defined for this purpose as students with 90 or more earned credit hours, with a minimum of 24 earned credits hours from The College of New Jersey.
Juniors: Candidates are inducted in the junior year from the top one percent of the junior class based on their cumulative grade point average. Juniors are defined for this purpose as students with 60 – 89.5 earned credit hours, with a minimum of 60 earned credits hours from The College of New Jersey.
Faculty and Staff: The College of New Jersey chapter may elect up to four outstanding faculty or staff members annually. These persons are chosen on the basis of scholarship, professional achievements, and service to higher education. They are nominated by chapter members and, as with student candidates, are discussed and voted on by the members.
THE HONOR SOCIETY OF PHI KAPPA PHI CHAPTER OFFICERS
Chapter President: Dr. Blythe Hinitz, Professor, Elementary and Early Childhood Education
Chapter Vice-President: Dr. Amanda Norvell, Associate Professor, Biology
Chapter Secretary: Dr. Ruth Palmer, Associate Professor, Educational Administration and Secondary Education
Chapter Treasurer: Dr. Marcia O’Connell, Associate Professor, Biology
THE HONOR SOCIETY OF PHI KAPPA PHI FACULTY AND STAFF MEMBERS
|Deborah Compte||World Languages and Cultures|
|Edward Conjura||Mathematics and Statistics|
|Harold Eickhoff||Former President, Professor Emeriti|
|R. Barbara Gitenstein||President|
|Thomas Hagedorn||Mathematics and Statistics|
|Nancy Hingston||Mathematics and Statistics|
|Blythe Hinitz||Elementary/Early Childhood Ed.|
|Pierre Le Morvan||Philosophy, Religion & Classics|
|Lauren Madden||Elementary/Early Childhood Ed.|
|Gerald Miller||Accounting & Information Systems|
|Jeffrey Osborn||Dean of Science|
|Ruth Palmer||Ed. Administration & Secondary Ed.|
|Aigli Papantonopoulou||Mathematics and Statistics|
|John Pollock||Communication Studies|
|David Prensky||Marketing, Mgmt. & Interdisc. Bus.|
|Melinda Roberts||Philosophy, Religion & Classics|
|John Sisko||Philosophy, Religion & Classics|
|Barbara Strassman||Special Education, Language & Literacy|
|Jacqueline Taylor||Provost and V.P. for Academic Affairs|
|Joyce Vincelette||Marketing, Mgmt. & Interdisc. Bus.|
|Ann Warner Ault||World Languages and Cultures|
|Morton Winston||Philosophy, Religion & Classics|