At the 2017 Orlando Conclave, 10 recent graduates were recognized as recipients of SigEp’s Clayton-Doud Award. The brothers were selected for their effort to help all chapters deliver on the Fraternity’s mission and founding purpose through the Balanced Man Program.
Our Very Own Balanced Men
Connecticut wrestler and SigEp officer receives Frank Rader Memorial Wrestling Award
George Andrews III, Connecticut ’19, is the second recipient of the Frank Rader Memorial Wrestling Award. The award recognizes undergraduates who embody the ideals of Sound Mind and Sound Body by engaging in competitive wrestling during college while demonstrating strong community leadership and academic performance.
SigEp senior honored by North-American Interfraternity Conference
Eric Smith, Valparaiso ’17, is the most recent SigEp to receive the Undergraduate Award of Distinction from the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC). The award recognizes undergraduates who have leveraged their fraternity experience to develop personally and as leaders.
Toledo brother named Fellow for push to pay it forward
Jack Sample, Toledo ’17, became the most recent SigEp to receive the distinction of “Fellow.” The honor is reserved for undergraduate brothers who successfully design, coordinate and complete a 500-hour service learning project before graduation.
Brother mobilizes students to serve in Brazil
Many undergraduates have never left the country. Many have never taught English to anyone else. Most undergraduates have never considered the quality of the education system in a developing country. Noah Cellura, Florida ’19, has certainly considered this problem — and he decided to do something about it.
Fellow Award celebrates servant leadership
The distinction of “Fellow” is reserved for undergraduate brothers who successfully complete a 500-hour or 60-day service learning project before graduation.
Zollinger Seniors serve as models of the Balanced Man Ideal
The J. Edward Zollinger Outstanding Senior Award is presented annually to an outstanding senior from each of SigEp’s regional districts. Zollinger Seniors have exhibited excellence in scholarship, community involvement, and Fraternity and campus leadership. They are models of the Balanced Man Ideal and a testament to the power of the SigEp experience.
Schwarzman Scholarship moves into second year with larger class of SigEps
The recently founded Schwarzman Scholarship program was modeled after the Rhodes Scholarship but seeks to prepare students for a changing geopolitical landscape. Of the 57 U.S. students selected for the program’s second year, three are SigEps: Clay Garner, Stanford ’17; Riley Shearer, Montana State ’17; and Paul Wasserman, Yale ’14.
An Unlikely Story: How I Found SigEp
“I saw that these young men were friends, mentors and brothers who shared my passion to build something better, to redefine the norm, and above all, to walk with me as I pursue my dreams — within a brotherhood.”
Future doctors bring care to those in need
Andrew Good, Arizona ’17, has his sights set on a career as a physician. There’s a practice in family and community medicine in his future, but Good knew he didn’t want to have to wait to complete his M.D. to begin helping people lead healthier lives.
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