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The governing board meets approximately twice each semester to plan chapter events. In addition to elected officers, the chapter coordinator participates on the governing board. The chapter coordinator position is held by a representative of the Office of International Programs (OIP). OIP also provides Phi Beta Delta with office support such as phone, copy machine and computer usage.

The governing board consists of the current officers, the chapter coordinator, a faculty advisor, and the immediate past president. The primary responsibilities of the Governing Board officers include the following:
 
  • Serve as policy board and governing body for the chapter.
  • Provide leadership for the chapter in its goal to recognize international scholarship on campus.
  • Represent the society to members and potential members.
  • Plan, promote, and participate in chapter events designed to facilitate the recognition of international education on campus.
  • Encourage members of the chapter to nominate potential members, submit scholarly works to the society journal, propose papers for the annual conference, and participate in chapter events.

Alpha Pi Chapter By-laws

Phi Beta Delta officer responsibilities

2017-18 Officers

President: Ketty Wong-Cruz, Associate Professor, Music

Past President: Megan Greene, Associate Professor, History

Vice President/President Elect: Lars Leon, Resource Sharing Librarian, Head of Organizational Development

Domestic Student Vice-President:

International Student Vice-President:  Greg Leung

Treasurer: Michiko Ito, Associate Librarian, Japanese Studies

Secretary: Jun Fu, Grant Specialist, KU Office of Research

Chapter Coordinator: Alison Watkins, Communications Director, Office of International Programs

Faculty Advisor: John Kennedy, Associate Professor, Political  Science


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