Visiting Scholars Program

The Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar Program makes available each year 12 to 13 distinguised scholars who visit approximately 100 colleges and universities, spending two days at each one, meeting informally with students and faculty members, taking part in classroom discussions, and giving a public lecture open to the entire academic community. The purpose of the program is to contribute to the intellectual life of the campus by making possible an exchange of ideas between the Visiting scholars and the resident faculty and students. Since 1979, Zeta chapter at Baylor has hosted the following Visiting Scholars:
Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholars
James J. O'Donnell
Eric Heller
Elliott Meyorowitz
Paul McHugh
Katherine Geffcken
Eliana Rivero
Merle Black
Howard Georgi
1996 Julia Gaisser
1995 Leon Eisenberg
Paula Giddings
1993 Martin Marty
1991 Frederick Grassle
1990 Richard Fiske
1989 Alan Hoffman
1988 Ihor Sevcenko
Robert Streeter
1987 Richard Solomon
1985 Roland Frye
1984 Arnold Moss
1983 Nancie Gonzalez
1982 Albert Sonnenfeld
1980 Richard Bolt
1979 Richard Neustadt