The Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation has named 35 scholarship recipients for the upcoming 2013-14 academic year. More than $28,000 is being presented in grants in amounts ranging from $400 to $1,750.
Brothers, this past Saturday marked a momentous occasion in Alpha Kappa Psi’s history. With the installation of a new chapter in China, the fraternity is now represented in four countries. Please join us in welcoming the 40 members of the newly installed Chi Phi Chapter at the Hong Kong University of Science & Technology. Appreciation is extended to the volunteers involved with the installation and continued development of this chapter. What difference will you make as a volunteer?
Alpha Kappa Psi is seeking nominations for a volunteer to fill the position of Southwest Regional Director. Howard Chang, the current SW RD has resigned his position, effective May 31.
Alpha Kappa Psi is seeking nominations for a volunteer to fill the position of Southeast Regional Director. Richard Ashbrook, the current SE RD has resigned his position, effective immediately.
The Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation is pleased to announce the eight team captains for this year’s All-AKPsi Academic Team. From the 341 juniors and seniors named to the team earlier this month, these eight co-captains have been selected to represent the team and will each receive $250 educational grants from the foundation:
- Veronika Alex, Rochester ‘11
- David Baboolall, Carnegie Mellon ‘11
- Gregory Cohen, Florida ‘12
- Amish Desai, Michigan ‘11
- Kevin Krautscheid, Santa Clara ‘11
- Cara Mannion, Florida ‘12
- Wade TenHaken, Arizona ‘13
- Joshua Wong, Long Beach State ‘12
Each year the All-AKPsi Academic Team honors individuals who balance academics with leadership in their chapters and communities. To apply, students need to be juniors or seniors and have GPAs of 3.50 or higher.
The foundation extends its gratitude to this year’s selection committee which had the monumental task of narrowing the list of 341 individuals down to eight team captains: Elliot Brown, CSU-Fullerton ’02; Nathan Cape, Northern Colorado ’05-Life; Brittany Folds, Western Carolina ’06; Kacey Marr, Kentucky ’07; Thomas McMillian, Texas Tech ’01; Yakov Shenkman, Pennsylvania ’03; Joshua Silberman, American ’04; and Katie Tompkins, Alabama ’06-Life.