Welcome to the UB Chapter of Golden Key!
Fall is here and we can't wait to start our events!
Interested in becoming an officer?
These positions look great on resumes, help you gain some leadership experience, and will allow you to become involved in the community. Many of our current officers are graduating this year and we need people to lead our chapter. If you are interested in becoming an officer, please contact our president, Kaitlin Condon, at email@example.com.
Would you like to stay in touch with the UB Chapter of Golden Key after graduation? Join the Alumni listserv to receive periodic e-mails letting you know what current members are up to. Make sure to use your non-UB e-mail address!
Go to Events & Meetings to see everything that is planned for the semester.
UB Chapter History
The University at Buffalo chapter of Golden Key International Honour Society was chartered on April 6, 1989. It is one of the 24 chapters that comprise the Northeast Region. Dr. Peter Gold established UB's chapter with the hopes of seeing a university-wide honor society that recognizes scholarly achievements without the barriers of separate majors. Today it remains an active chapter committed to involving its members in meaningful activities to enrich their academic experience.
UB Chapter Mission
Our mission is to recognize and encourage scholastic achievement and excellence in all undergraduate fields of study, to promote fellowship among its members and other students, to provide educational events and opportunities, and to foster communication among faculty, administrators (especially honorary members) and students on campus. The focus of the chapter shall be to provide voluntary service events and opportunities for its members and other members of the UB community. In all that it does, the chapter shall strive to establish high visibility and a positive image on campus and beyond, and to achieve regional and international distinction within the Society for its accomplishments.
Highlights of the UB Chapter
- Awarded a Key Chapter award at the International Convention in Los Angeles, CA in 2000
- Awarded as a Key Chapter at the International Convention in Dallas, TX in 2001
- Won "Best Academic Project" for the Adopt-A-School Program at the Regional Conference in Burlington, VT in 2002
- Won "Best Website" at the Regional Conference in New York City, NY in 2003
- Named as a "Honorable Mention Key Chapter" in the International Convention in Chicago, IL in 2003
Last updated: Wednesday, February 22, 2017