The Phi Beta Kappa Society

OMAHA ASSOCIATION

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About the Omaha Association

How can you stay involved with Phi Beta Kappa in Omaha?

 

Join the Omaha Phi Beta Kappa Association! We are an alumni group for Phi Beta Kappa members who live in the Omaha, Nebraska area.  

 

We were founded to serve as a network for PBK members to socialize and continue the society’s mission of friendship, fellowship and lifelong learning. We host and attend events such as performances and lectures throughout the year to enrich our lives and connect with the community.

 

The Association is always seeking to grow our membership. Join us to learn more about our organization and become a part of our network.

Membership

 

The Omaha Phi Beta Kappa Association is a network of Phi Beta Kappa members in Omaha, Nebraska. Our membership consists of a wide range of professions and personal backgrounds, coming together to support Phi Beta Kappa’s mission to foster the lifelong learning of its members.

History

 

The Omaha Phi Beta Kappa Association was established on December 17, 1941. 

 

Since our founding, we have been committed to connecting Phi Beta Kappa alumni to their fellow members, local community and the wider world.

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THE NATION'S MOST PRESTIGIOUS ACADEMIC HONOR SOCIETY
Since our founding in 1776, Phi Beta Kappa has celebrated excellence in the liberal arts and sciences and championed freedom of thought. As America’s most prestigious academic honor society, we are uniquely equipped to advocate for the value and benefits of liberal arts and sciences education. We do this because we believe the curiosity and creativity cultivated by a liberal arts and sciences education are essential to making the most of life’s experiences. At Phi Beta Kappa, we are the key that opens doors to lifelong opportunity.
  • Chapters at 286 colleges and universities in the United States

  • Nearly 50 alumni associations

  • More than half a million members worldwide

  • Noteworthy members include:

    • 17 U.S. presidents

    • 39 Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States

    • Over 130 Nobel Laureates

 

For more information, visit www.pbk.org