February 2020 Iota Nus
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Before the semester began, Connor Mayer (IN 1402) attended the 2020 Presidents' Academy in St. Louis, MO. He networked with brothers from across the country and learned valuable information about furthering the Fraternity.
It is with broken hearts that we announce the passing of Dr. Debra Kerby. She dedicated nearly 25 years of service to Delta Sigma Pi. We will forever remember Dean Kerby for her love, service, and pursuit of excellence. Her obituary can be found here.
Collegiate Brother Spotlight
Lilia Fuentes (IN 1432) is a sophomore Accounting and Management double major with a Spanish for the Professions minor from St. Louis, MO. Lilia is our current VP of Community Service and is also a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Next summer, she will work for a second summer with the Boeing Company as a Procurement Financial Analyst in Everett, Washington. Lilia speaks fluent Spanish and hopes to find a career after graduation where she can use her ability to translate to help other Spanish speakers. Lilia enjoys reading, watching rom-coms, and eating at Mi Casa and Take Root Cafe. We are happy to have her in our chapter!
Brothers Mitchell Kronsbein (IN 1415) and Jessica Riegel (IN 1426) were recognized for their outstanding leadership last semester. Kronsbein received our Coordinator of the Semester award for his work as our Pi Coordinator, and Riegel received our Executive Member of the Semester award for her work as our Chancellor. Congratulations!
FanTAXtic Case National Competition
Congratulations to brothers AJ Clever (IN 1422), Amanda Kapp (IN 1413), and Emily Buerck (IN 1407) for representing Truman in the FanTAXtic Case National Competition in Dallas. They competed against the eight other regional winning teams in a more complex edition of the regional competition. They received a National Honorable Mention award, individual scholarships, and $2,000 for the School of Business! Also pictured: Cameron Akeson (far left)
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!
Casino Night: April 3rd Alumni Breakfast: April 4th Initiation: April 4th
Upcoming Alumni Chapter Events
St. Louis Alumni Chapter Hockey Watch Party February 20th, 5:30-10:00 pm Helen Fitzgerald's Chapter Meeting February 26th, 6:30-9:00 pm Trainwreck (Westport) For more information, email email@example.com. Oklahoma City Tornado Alley Alumni Chapter Super Bowl Party February 2nd Third Thursday Social Hour February 20th Bar Chicchetti Community Service at Oklahoma Marathon April TBD For more information, email Sara Shidell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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