St. LOUIS – The presence of young, successful entrepreneurs in the media has made creating a startup company extremely attractive to college students. Andrew Glantz,Washington ’14is a prime example of an up-and-coming entrepreneur that has had many accomplishments during his time at Washington University.
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA – Each year, Alpha Kappa Psi esteems itself in recognizing the accomplishments of its members and those who impact its chapters — not only within AKPsi, but throughout universities and local communities as well. These members and chapters of the 2014-15 academic year, were recognized for their outstanding achievements and dedication during this past Convention.
INDIANAPOLIS — Alpha Kappa Psi, the largest international professional business fraternity, recently appointed Patrick J. O’Shaughnessy, Maine ‘05, as the Atlantic Metro Regional Director which takes effect immediately.
INDIANAPOLIS – Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity recently released the official results of each collegiate chapter’s 2014-15 Annual Chapter Report (ACR). The ACR is designed to act as a planning and evaluation tool for chapters working to create a successful and dynamic chapter.
On an annual basis, collegiate chapters strive to attain goals they set out for themselves in areas of membership, training, events, funding and more. After chapters submit their ACR, the fraternity verifies the information and determines the total number of points each chapter receives based on the percentage of each goal attained.
With the highest achievement of 100,000 points, any chapter that receives a perfect score is recognized as a “Chapter of the Year.” This year, with a fraternity ACR average of 82,182 points, 15 collegiate chapters received such a distinction. These chapters, along with other chapters that performed well on the ACR, will be recognized during the upcoming Convention in Norfolk, VA.