INDIANAPOLIS (May 3, 2016) — Three members were appointed to the Fraternity Board of Directors, which resulted from an election process among the Chaper Congress. Their three year term will commence August 2016.
INDIANAPOLIS (April 28, 2016) — The spring Fraternity Advisor Conference (FAC) was held in Indianapolis, Indiana from April 8 – 10. Volunteers received an opportunity to share ideas, explore issues and current challenges, and discuss strategies to better relate to college students.
The FAC focuses on the concepts, skills, and values which advisors need to be effective in their roles as chapter and fraternity leaders. The conference is for volunteers who want to go further than the basics of advising and want to gain education on the “bigger picture” of working with successful chapters, maintaining a healthy Chapter Advisory Board, and be the best resource to the fraternity and the chapter.
BOULDER (April 25, 2016) — Last spring, Max Demby, Colorado ’11, a member of the Gamma Zeta Chapter at the University of Colorado – Boulder, intervened when he heard screams and saw a man pinning a woman against a wall.
Demby’s actions became a major part of Vice President Biden’s speech earlier this month at the University of Colorado, advocating for the end of sexual assault as a part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month and the It’s On Us campaign.
INDIANAPOLIS (April 21, 2016) — The two of the most important aspects to think about when preparing for a job interview are: what will they ask and how will you respond.
The feature story of the most recent issue of the Diary (volume 105 no. 1) dives straight into interview preparation. The article, titled “Ten Potential Job Interview Questions and How to Answer Them”, breaks down possible questions asked during an interview.
The re-chartering was directed by Charles D. Steffens, Portland ’87-Life with 38 new students initiated as members. This revitalization marks efforts of the Alpha Iota Chapter which originally lasted 62 years after charterng in 1922.