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The Panhellenic Council at the University of Nebraska at Kearney recently received the “Academic Achievement” award at the Central Fraternal and National Black Greek Leadership Conference.
The conference was held in St. Louis, Mo., earlier this month. This is the seventh year that the council has attended the conference but the first time that they applied for awards.
The categories in which the UNK Panhellenic Council had to demonstrate Academic Programming achievement included: all Sorority GPA vs. All-Women’s GPA, relevancy to the academic mission of the university, compilation and distribution of scholarship data, and methods of assisting chapters whose GPA falls below the all-women’s average.
Members of the UNK Interfraternity Council and the Multicultural Greek Council also attended the conference.
In all, nine members attended the conference. The nine are listed below by council, in alphabetical order by hometown:
Elkhorn– Ryan Morrisey, executive vice president, Sigma Phi Epsilon
Genoa– Blaine Drozd, vice president of recruitment, Phi Gamma Delta
Lincoln- Luke Conrad, president, Sigma Phi Epsilon
Multicultural Greek Council:
Schuyler– Alfredo Alarcon, president, Sigma Lambda Beta
Elkhorn- Erin Hulliger, vice president of programming and social, Alpha Phi
Kearney– Logan Besse, vice president of recruitment assistant, Gamma Phi Beta
Lincoln- Courtney Smedjir, president, Alpha Omicron Pi
Omaha- Ellen Thomas, executive vice president, Gamma Phi Beta
St. Edward- Kendra Wurdeman, vice president of recruitment, Alpha Phi