|Phired Up Intern Honored by NIC & Congrats to T.J. Sullivan and all Award of Distinction Winners|
Branden Stewart, Phired Up's undergraduate intern has again been honored by the interfraternal community. We wrote recently about his receipt of the Wayne S. Colvin Fraternal Values Award from AFLV. We've also written about Branden being honored by the National Order of Omega. Branden is the author of Phired Up's free E-Book about 365 Day Recruitment from an undergraduate perspective.
The news release from the North American Interfraternity Council can be found below announcing Branden as a recipient of the 2010 Undergraduate Award of Distinction.
Phired Up would like to congratulate all of the Award of Distinction recipients. We've interacted with the Georgia Tech Delta Chi chapter when they hosted the Delta Chi regional last year, and they're incredibly worthy of this honor.
Finally, we'd like to especially congratulate T.J. Sullivan. T.J. is someone we respect as a true leader in the fraternal movement, and is a friend of the Phired Up family.
The North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2010 Award of Distinction. The Awards will be presented in three categories at the NIC Annual Meeting in April. The selection committee is very pleased to report that 2010 represented a 20% increase in the number of nominations received over 2009.
The Undergraduate Award of Distinction seeks to recognize the man who has found in his fraternity experience an outlet for developing as both a leader and a better man. The 2010 winners are
The Chapter Award of Distinction recognizes the undergraduate chapter which is highly functioning, in compliance with NIC Standards, seeks to educate others about the benefits of a values based fraternity experience, and works to maintain a healthy relationship with their inter/national organization and the host institution. The 2010 winners are:
The Alumni Award of Distinction recognizes the fraternity man who has given specifically of his time, talents, and service to the betterment of the fraternity. The service can be given at the local, regional, or national level. The 2010 winner is:
Founded in 1909, the North-American Interfraternity Conference is the trade association representing international and national men's fraternities. Through advocacy, collaboration, and education, the NIC works to ensure that fraternities can operate in an environment conducive to their success.