Phi Kappa Phi Grants and Awards
The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi's ongoing commitment to excellence is reflected in its awards and grants programs. More than $1 million is awarded each biennium to outstanding students, Phi Kappa Phi members and chapters through the Society's various awards competitions.
PKP Fellowship applications for the UK Chapter has closed for the 2021 cycle.
Each year, Phi Kappa Phi awards fifty-one fellowships of $8,500 each and six valued at $20,000 each to members entering their first year of graduate or professional study.
|Phi Kappa Phi Fellowships|
|2011 Jenna Brashear - $5000|
|2014 Dominique Luster - $5000|
|2015 Christine Zeidan - $5000|
|2017 Fiona Foster - $5000|
|2018 Dillon Pulliam - $5000|
|2019 Christian Soares - $8500|
|2020 Matthew Melton - $8500|
Study Abroad Grants support undergraduates as they seek knowledge and experience in their academic fields by studying abroad. Applicants do not have to be members of Phi Kappa Phi.
|Study Abroad Grants|
|2012 Brittany Kidwell - $1000|
|2016 Savannah Sellars - $1000|
|2019 Amani Shalash - $1000|
|2019 Rachel Wright - $1000|
Love of Learning Awards help fund post-baccalaureate studies and/or career development for active PKP members.
|Love of Learning Awards|
|2013 Demetrius Abshire - $500|
|2014 Sarah Ehrensberger - $500|
|2014 Ekim Ekinci - $500|
|2015 B Marina Byrd - $500|
|2016 A Allison Young - $500|
|2017 Christian Soares - $500|
|2020 Ebubechi Kent Adindu - $500|
Grants of up to $2,500 are available to chapters and individual members to fun ongoing literacy projects or to create new programs.
|2012-2013 Heather Davis - $1,171.36|
Doctoral candidates who are writing dissertations may apply for one of two Dissertation Fellowships valued at $10,000 to support their study.
|2017 Matthew Bush - $10,000|
The Ray Sylvester Distinguished Service Award provides $1,000 to an active member who has provided sustained, non-compensated volunteer service to others beyond the realm of academia.
Recipients of the $1,000 honorarium demonstrate the ideals of the Society through their lifelong activities, achievements, and scholarship.