I’m planning to be there. I’d sure like some company. – Bryce Giesler , Tennessee ’82, TN A Chapter Counselor
If you would like to learn how to help the chapter in a more “hands-on” way please sign up and join me.
Phillip A. Cox Volunteer Institute
There’s still time to register for the Phillip A. Cox Volunteer Institute! We’ll be hosting the program for your area at North Carolina-Charlotte on November 13.
Whether you are a new volunteer, a seasoned veteran or you’re interested in beginning your volunteer journey, this event will provide the information you need to positively impact the lives of your undergraduates.
The program is free of charge to participants, and includes breakfast and lunch.
More than 240 volunteers have been impacted by the Cox Institute. Here’s what some of them had to say about this program:
“I learned so much info that I need to share with the rest of my board. I wish that there were three or four more people from my board there so we could catch everything.” — Jay Bilunas, Purdue ’99.
“I have been to numerous sessions over the years. The Phillip A. Cox Volunteer Institute is content rich and time efficient, much to my liking. After all these years if I can take notes on ideas and updates to bring back to our AVC in Cincinnati, you know there is something to gain in one day. You have a great new program here.” — John Abraham, Cincinnati ’77, Order of the Golden Heart Recipient.
“Being a bit disengaged from the national Fraternity over the last several years, the Cox Institute was the perfect ‘catch up’ for me. I feel well equipped to jump back in and be helpful to the undergrads.”— Mark Christensen, North Dakota ’95.
Please join us for a day completely devoted to you, SigEp’s most valuable resource — our volunteers!
Archie Messersmith, M.S.
Director of Volunteer Services & Campus Engagement
Attention Brothers!!! It’s Football Time in Tennessee!!!
That means it time for the Annual Fall Gathering.
We will be at Calhoun’s at Turkey Creek on Friday, October 14th beginning at 5:30 in the private room adjacent to the lounge. There will be complimentary appetizers, a cash bar, and good brotherhood. Come by and see your brothers new and old!Please come out and support the Vols and SigEp as we prepare to break another streak, this time against Alabama!!!
We hope to see you there!
Saturday August 13 the Tennessee Alpha Educational Foundation awarded Balanced Man Scholarships (BMS Scholarship) to incoming freshmen at the University of Tennessee – Knoxville.
2016 BMS Award Recipients
For the past 20 years our BMS Scholarship has rewarded young men who demonstrate the traits we believe are important in leading a balanced lifestyle. Applicants are evaluated for their achievements as scholars, athletes, leaders, and gentlemen. Fifteen finalists, all first time incoming freshmen, and their parents attended as guests of the chapter. This year the chapter awarded seven scholarships totaling $5000.
1st place ($1500): James M Tidwell
2nd place ($1000): Mariano Del Rosso
3rd place ($500): Noah J Dunlap
Gentleman ($500): Anderson R Chapman
Athlete ($500): Sean Srock
Leader ($500): John Deinhart
Scholar ($500): Cole Collins
Click this link for more information about the Balanced Man Scholarship,
Thanks to Will Jarvis, our Balanced Man Scholarship chairman, Mark Sparkman, the BMS Mentor and also President of the Alumni and Volunteer Corporation, and to Kelly Williams, the President of the Tennessee Alpha Educational Foundation, and to all the members who worked to make this happen. Their hard work and dedication to detail made the scholarships and the dinner possible.
Thanks also to DJ Gardow, Graduate assistant in the UTK Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life, for his keynote remarks.
2016 BMS DJ Gardow
2016 BMS Kelly Williams
2016 BMS Will Jarvis
2016 BMS Finalists