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Panhellenic Council recognized at national conference
ONU’s Panhellenic Council received seven awards at the recent Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values (AFLV) Central Fraternal Leadership Conference held in conjunction with the National Black Greek Leadership Conference in St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 9-12, 2012. Together, the events bring together more than 2,000 participants for networking and idea sharing. It is the largest gathering of undergraduate fraternity and sorority leaders from councils and chapters in the United States.
The Panhellenic Council (PHC) received outstanding achievement awards in the following categories: Academic Achievement, Council Management, Membership Recruitment, Philanthropy and Community Service, Public Relations, Risk Reduction and Management, and Self Governance and Judicial Affairs.
In addition, Northern was awarded the Shelley Sutherland Award for Division I and Jay Meyers, a senior political science major from Leipsic, Ohio, received the Wayne S. Colvin Fraternal Values Award, which recognizes one outstanding fraternity/sorority undergraduate member in the central region.
Attending the conference were Dana Pikovnik, PHC President; Jeannette Taylor, PHC VP of recruitment; Megan Bookser, PHC VP of public relations; Shea Pennington, chapter delegate; Brendan Hardin, IFC President; Billy Maiden, IFC VP of interfraternal relations; Armond Cosiano, IFC VP of public relations; Jay Meyers, IFC past president; Jay Kahn, graduate assistant for the Office of Student Involvement; and Jen Lambdin, director of the Office of Student Involvement.
Created: February 15, 2012 12:07 pm