2023 National Award Recipients

Congratulations to the members and chapter who were honored with national awards at the recent 2023 National Convention in Indianapolis! These brothers are going above and beyond to spread Leadership, Friendship and Service.

 

The 2023 national award recipients are as follows:

EARLE M. HERBERT NATIONAL FRIENDSHIP AWARD:

To recognize the chapter which has the best overall membership program.

Iota Rho Chapter at Florida State University

JOSIAH FRANK NATIONAL HISTORIAN AWARD:

To recognize the chapter compiling and maintaining the best chapter history which records and perpetuates the principles and traditions of Alpha Phi Omega.

Epsilon Zeta Chapter at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

PHYLLIS C. TENNEY NATIONAL EXCELLENCE IN ADVISING AWARD:

For exemplary level of service over a substantial period of time to an individual chapter in the role of advisor.

Jon Fitzpatrick, Alpha Delta Iota `88

Bex Takacs-Britz, Alpha Zeta Iota `09

DEAN ARNO NOWOTNY NATIONAL SERVICE AWARD:

To recognize the chapter with the best overall, most well-balanced service program.

Epsilon Zeta Chapter at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

M.R. DISBOROUGH SERVICE TO SCOUTING NATIONAL AWARD:

To recognize the chapter with exceptional service programs to the Scouting movement.

Omicron Iota Chapter at Worcester Polytechnic Institute

HOWARD R. PATTON NATIONAL LEADERSHIP AWARD:

To recognize the chapter with the best overall leadership program.

Epsilon Mu Chapter at University of Maryland – College Park

JOHN S. GROSSI NATIONAL MAN MILE AWARD:

To recognize the chapter that accumulated the most “man miles” in traveling to National Convention.

Canada – Alpha Chapter at the University of British Columbia

NATIONAL DISTINGUISHED SERVICE KEY:

The Fraternity’s highest level of distinction recognizes brothers for outstanding service to the Fraternity above and beyond.

Ping Huang, Alpha Chi `90

VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR:

This award recognizes a member who has made a meaningful impact on the Fraternity by advancing the Cardinal Principles through volunteering at a regional or national level and is not a Board or Operations Council member.

Melissa “Ding” Donndelinger, Nu Pi `03

 

 

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