Clemson University’s chapter of the Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity has received the most improved chapter and outstanding service awards from the organization’s Southeastern Region.
The Kappa Tau chapter of Delta Sigma Pi is composed of about 100 freshman-to-senior members considered to be high-achieving students inside and outside the classroom. One of two business fraternities on campus, Delta Sigma Pi is open to students pursuing a business-related degree.
Regional winners of the most improved collegiate chapter have exhibited the greatest degree of improvement in their operations, professional programs, and membership support compared to the previous year.
Outstanding service recipients at the regional level have shown excellence at planning and implementing the most effective and comprehensive program of services to others. Some of the Kappa Tau chapter’s recent service initiatives include Art After School activities, March of Dimes, Lemonade Day and Walk for Water.
Members of last spring’s Kappa Tau chapter leadership team include, Kelly Roy, president; Wil Niesen, senior vice president; Avery Fischer, vice president of pledge education; Anna Henrick, vice president of finance; Jen Greenfield, vice president of chapter operations; Allie Kirk, chancellor; Jesse Dennis, vice president of professional activities; Lauren Ervin, vice president of community service; Bri Spalaris, vice president of alumni relations; Natalie McCrudden, vice president of financial development; Sal Tinnerello, director of ethics and compliance; Ethan Kopfman, vice president of faculty relations; Amanda Billings, vice president of public relations/historian; Izzy Rullo, director of IT; Austin Kramer, social chair; Riley Hunner, director of athletics and Michelle Leahy, vice president of scholarships/awards.
Hope Parnell, a lecturer in the Department of Management, is faculty advisor to the Kappa Tau chapter.
In announcing the awards to Clemson, the national chapter in Oxford, Ohio, said: “To win numerous awards is a testament to the chapter’s overall excellence. The Kappa Tau chapter deserves to be recognized for their hard work and achievements.”
Delta Sigma Pi is the nation’s largest and first co-ed, professional business fraternity that encourages personal and professional development of men and women pursuing careers in business. Today, there are more than 285,000 fraternity members. To learn more about Delta Sigma Pi, please visit www.dsp.org.
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