Beta Phi Mu

The Pi Chapter of Beta Phi Mu was founded at the University of Pittsburgh in 1967. Pi Chapter welcomes new initiates and elects new Chapter officers at an annual fall meeting. Each year Pi Chapter also makes available its Award for Scholarly Achievement to graduate students in the School of Computing and Information. Current Pi Chapter officers are:

  • Debbie Day, Chapter Advisor
  • Ryan Splenda, President
  • Dr. Bryan McGeary, Vice President
  • Jessica Danielle Smith, Past President
  • Carrie Wardzinski, Treasurer

The article “It’s an Honor: Fifty Years of Beta Phi Mu,” by Ron Chepesiuk, published in the December 1999 issue of American Libraries, offers a brief history of the national organization. Further information about Beta Phi Mu can be found on their website.

For further information about the Pi Chapter, contact

Annual Meeting
Each year the Pi Chapter holds an annual meeting. It is at the annual meeting that new members are inducted, officers are elected, and members get a chance to get together and socialize. All current members of Pi Chapter get an invitation to the annual meeting. If you are a member of Pi Chapter and have not received an invitation, please contact the Treasurer to ensure that your membership information and address are current.

Member Update
The annual dues for Pi Chapter are $10.00. Please submit your Pi Chapter dues by December 31. Remember that you will be removed from the active member list if you have not paid annual dues for two consecutive years.

You can update your information online at any time through this web form.