December 2019 Iota Nus
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On November 16th, we welcomed 9 new brothers to our chapter. We had a wonderful day celebrating with them!
Collegiate Brother Spotlight
MacKenzie Kellogg (IN 1414) is a senior Marketing major and Photography minor from New Baden, IL. Kenzie is the current Historian of DSP and previously served as the Special Events Coordinator. In addition to DSP, Kenzie is the Risk Manager for Community of College Entrepreneurs. After graduation, she plans to obtain Master's degrees in both art and business. Eventually, she hopes to own and operate her own photography studio. Kenzie enjoys hiking with her fiancé at Thousand Hills, going to Dukum Inn on Thursday nights, and creating all types of art. She's currently working on writing and illustrating a children's book! We are happy to have Kenzie in our chapter!
Brother Aren Buresh (IN 1358) helped organize a professional event to bring Erin Lowery, creator of the Broke Millenial, to campus. Erin taught students across campus how to get their financial lives together both now and in the future.
On November 9th, brothers attended the fall dance at Dukum Inn. There was lots of line dancing and country music!
Before break, brothers celebrated the holiday season with a Thanksgiving potluck.
FanTAXtic Case Regional Competition
Congratulations to brothers AJ Clever (IN 1422), Emily Buerck (IN 1407), and Amanda Kapp (IN 1413) for representing Truman in the FanTAXtic Case Regional Competition in Chicago. They placed in the top of their region and will compete against 8 other teams in the national case competition in January.
To celebrate Founder's Day (November 7), brothers gathered for cake and a professional speaker. The chapter also voted for brothers they believed were most similar to each of our four founders: Henry Albert Tienken: Maria Zak (IN 1378) Alfred Moysello: Aren Buresh (IN 1358) Alexander Frank Makay: Andrew Lind (IN 1366) Harold Valentine Jacobs: Caleb Daniels (IN 1393), Jacob Dobbs (IN 1362), & Aren Buresh (IN 1358)
Iota Nu Leadership Fund
The Iota Nu Leadership Fund is a chapter-specific account within the Leadership Foundation for alumni, friends, and family to make donations to support the Iota Nu chapter. With the fund, Iota Nu can request grants to cover direct costs related to a DSP program, including registration fees, travel, and lodging for Presidents’ Academies, LEAD Provincial Conferences, LEAD Schools, and Grand Chapter Congresses. Donations can be made to the Iota Nu Leadership Fund online at dsp.org/donate (click on “Designate my gift for special interest” then choose “Chapter Leadership Funds” and "Iota Nu Leadership Fund"). Thank you for your support!
Call for Professional Speakers
Interested in speaking with collegiate brothers about your career and how DSP helped you achieve success in your professional life? Email Connor Mayer (VP of Professional Activities) at email@example.com if you would be willing to visit campus or host a webinar next semester.
Legacy of Excellence Fund
The Delta Sigma Pi Legacy of Excellence Fund provides meaningful, multipurpose funds to the School of Business and creates a perpetual funding stream for the School. To learn more and make a donation, please visit this link.
Winter Break: December 14th - January 12th Casino Night: April 3rd Alumni Breakfast: April 4th Initiation: April 4th
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