WATERVILLE, MAINE – Emily A. Dunn of Ashland, a member of Colby’s Class of 2019, was elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa this spring.
Membership in the society is one of the highest academic honors an undergraduate student can achieve.
Dunn, who is majoring in government and history, is one of 51 students inducted into Phi Beta Kappa at Colby this year.
A graduate of Ashland High School, she is the daughter of Ian and Karen Dunn of Ashland.
The Phi Beta Kappa society, founded in 1776, restricts its chapters to leading colleges and universities. The Beta Chapter of Maine was organized at Colby in 1895.
Founded in 1813, Colby is one of America’s most selective colleges. Serving only undergraduates, Colby offers a rigorous academic program rooted in deep exploration of ideas and close interaction with world-class faculty scholars. Students pursue intellectual passions, choosing among 58 majors or developing their own. Colby is home to a community of 2,000 dedicated and diverse students from more than 80 countries. Its Waterville, Maine, location provides unique access to world-class research institutions and civic engagement experiences.