Photographs, slideshows and videos capturing life at UB
Shelley Kimelberg (PBK '94), director of the Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Degree Program and president of the Omicron Chapter, offers an introduction and welcome.
Claude Welch (PBK '61), SUNY Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of Political Science, gave the keynote and quizzed attendees about a Keats quote.
Keynote speaker Claude Welch spoke of the benefits of traveling, and being a lifelong learner — one of the tenets of Phi Beta Kappa.
PBK inductee Jake Bleasdale, a candidate for a BS in biomedical sciences, shakes hands with Claude Welch. Omicron Chapter President Shelley Kimelberg holds PBK certificates.
Lauren Gould, a candidate for BAs in psychology and sociology, shakes hands with Salvatore Rappoccio (PBK '99), associate professor of physics and a member of the PBK Elections Committee. Rappoccio taught inductees the secret PBK handshake.
Published May 7, 2019