Photo caption: Dan Zweig (far left), Greek Council VP of Community, reads the nominations for Outstanding Greek Community Involvement. Greek chapters from all over campus celebrated with sparkling cider and other sweet treats.
Outstanding Greek Chapter Community Involvement
Alpha Sigma Alpha: ASA represents leaders and members in the following organizations on campus and clearly demonstrates Greek Life's capabilities to encourage leadership, school spirit, and campus involvement: IVCF, Techtonics, Camras Scholars, Greek Council, SHPE, UB, AICHE, RHA, NSBE, Leadership Academy scholar, BMES, SGA, Ultimate Club, X‐Chromotones, IIT Swim Team, National Society of Leadership and Success, HMS, Tau Beta Phi, Tennis Club, AIAS, SJP IIT, AICHE, EWB, ALA, Worldserve, IIT Cross Country Team, Psi Chi, and Active Minds.
Outstanding Greek Chapter Scholarship
Sigma Phi Epsilon: The SigEps offer their members academic support and motivation throughout the semester with incentives and programs that encourage great scholastic performance and achievement. The fraternity's focus on scholarship and mentorship demonstrate the great academic achievements that our Greek Community Strives to achieve.
Outstanding Greek Chapter Service
Alpha Sigma Phi: The Alpha Sigs collectively logged 361.5 hours last Spring and clearly demonstrates how a chapter of 27 men can serve their community and better society, our school, and our Greek community by doing so.
Eric Nuebling: As a member of Alpha Sigma Phi, Eric Nuebling demonstrates involvement and leadership in his fraternity and several organizations across the campus. He is dedicated to helping the Greek Community grow as well as each new member as they continue their education at the school and Alpha Sigma Phi. He sets a great example with his high GPA, his continual involvement throughout the school, and his ability to mentor. He is a true example of the Outstanding Greek Member.
Outstanding Greek Philanthropist
Michelle Davidson: As the philanthropy Chair of Alpha Sigma Alpha and Co-Founder of Worldserve, Michelle Davidson excels as a philanthropist. Since the Spring 2011 semester she has earned 104 service hours and continually encourages service throughout her chapter and throughout the IIT community, believing that service gives her Greek Life more meaning. She is an excellent example of who every member of our community should strive to be.
Outstanding Greek Scholar
David Moreno: As a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, David Moreno not only demonstrates the scholastic achievement and dedication that Greek Scholars strive for, but he shows how one can overcome hardship and daily challenges to achieve scholastic honors while working two jobs and commuting to school every day.
Outstanding Greek Community Involvement
Lisa Kwiatkowski: As a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha, Lisa Kwiatkowski demonstrates involvement and leadership across the campus, representing Greeks as leaders in numerous organizations. She has held several positions in her chapter as well as on Greek Council and is continuously involved in the development of the IIT Greek Community. Every Greek should strive to be as involved as Lisa is in her communities.
Outstanding Chapter President
Justin White: As a young leader of Alpha Sigma Phi, Justin White has transformed the Alpha Sig chapter in his past year as president. He leads by example as a scholar, a diligent brother, an active member of Greek Council, and especially as an excited member and leader of his chapter. He is responsible for making the Alpha Sigma Phi chapter the chapter you see today and demonstrates the presidency that every Greek Member should aspire to achieve.
Outstanding New Member
William Molchan: As a member of Alpha Sigma Phi, William Molchan has been an active participant of SGA communication committee., Armour college security theme committee, The Gathering, LAN club, Bayesian gaming society, National Society of Leadership and Success, Greek football, Livestrong week., Tutoring services, as well as serving as Pledge Class president, SGA representative for Alpha Sigma Phi. His community involvement alone sets a great example for all new members.
Stacy Economy: As a member of Kappa Phi Delta, Stacy Economy demonstrates the lifelong commitment to Greek Life exemplified in her participation as an IIT student. She has actively volunteered in events such as IIT Day of Service, Help-A-Hawk, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Chicago Marathon, IIT Homecoming, Delts Feed Chicago, Kedge Program Mentor, and IIT Graduation. Within her chapter she has served as Resident Advisor, Bylaw Review Committee leader, House Manager, Greek Council Senior Representative, Assistant Treasurer, Social Committee chair, Pledge Class President, as well as Greek Council Public Relations Chair, and Greek Council Judicial Risk Management. She has been awarded the Illinois Technology Foundation 50 for the Future Award, the Leadership Academy Scholarship, and the Panhellenic National Scholarship. Outside of her chapter she has served in many organizations including Gangreen/Engineers for a Sustainable World, American Institute of Architecture Students IIT, Students Speak Survey, Student Gift Campaign, IIT College of Architecture Student Council, National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS), IIT Track and Field, Snapshot Photography Club, Union Board Scarlet Fever, and IIT Alternative Spring Break. As most seniors near the graduation they tend to represent Greek Ideals and their chapters less and less; it is clear that Stacy is committed to her chapter and the Greek Community especially as a senior in addition to being a scholar, a leader, and a mentor.
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