John Londregan Elected President of Phi Beta Kappa at Princeton

May 24, 2021

James Madison Program Faculty Associate John Londregan has been elected President of the Princeton Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Londregan, who is Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton, is a specialist in the study of American politics. He was elected to the chapter presidency by vote of Princeton faculty members who are members of Phi Beta Kappa—our nation’s most prestigious academic honor society. Professor Robert George, Director of the Madison Program, hailed Professor Londregan’s election: “It’s impossible to think of a scholar more dedicated to the principles of academic excellence and integrity for which Phi Beta Kappa stands than John Londregan. What’s more, he is a leading spokesman for these principles at Princeton and beyond. I’m proud of his affiliation with the Madison Program and I congratulate him on his election.”

Photo: John Londregan speaking at a James Madison Program event on Human Rights in 2016. Credit: Sameer A. Khan/Fotobuddy Photography