Mount Union Honors Outstanding Greek Seniors

April 23, 2008

greekawardsLauren Brobeck of Salem and James Habecker of Pittsford, New York were named Outstanding Senior Sorority Woman and Outstanding Senior Fraternity Man respectively at Mount Union College’s annual Greek Awards ceremony.

A biochemistry major, Brobeck’s campus activities have included president and vice president – recruitment of Alpha Chi Omega. Named to the Dean’s List every semester, she is a member of Order of Omega, American Chemistry Society, Alpha Lambda Delta, Psi Kappa Omega and the Alembroic Society. A Berta Tsai Award recipient, she has been involved in numerous service projects on campus, is a member of the Mount Union Choir and has played women’s volleyball.

Habecker has served as worthy sentinel – parent/alumni relations, worthy master-president and membership education chair for Alpha Tau Omega. A representative to Interfraternity Council and member of Order of Omega, he has served as treasurer for both. He is a four-year member of the men’s baseball team, a member of the Sport Management Association and has been involved in numerous service projects on campus...

Individual honors were also given to Brobeck for Outstanding Chapter President. Lindsay Hayes, a junior English: literature major of Milford and member of Alpha Xi Delta was named Outstanding Governing Board Officer. Fraternal Value Awards were earned by Andrea Bruno, a senior business administration major of Concord and member of Alpha Chi Omega and Joshua Donnelly, a junior political science major of Solon and member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Dr. Mark Himmelein, associate professor and chair of the Department of Foreign Languages, was honored as Advisor of the Year to Sigma Nu and Katherine Carnell, director of student involvement and leadership was named Outstanding Administrator.
Earning Chapter of Excellence Awards were Alpha Chi Omega and Alpha Delta Pi
(silver) and Delta Sigma Tau (bronze).

Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Alpha Xi Delta were honored for highest GPA status. Delta Sigma Tau was also recognized for having the most improved chapter GPA. Highest new member GPA recognition went to Phi Kappa Tau and Alpha Xi Delta (spring 2007) and Alpha Tau Omega and Alpha Xi Delta (fall 2007).

Delta Sigma Tau and Sigma Alpha Epsilon were honored for campus leadership and involvement, recruitment excellence and risk management. Alpha Chi Omega and Sigma Alpha Epsilon garnered recognition for campus and community service. The Chapter Program Award was presented to Alpha Chi Omega and Sigma Alpha Epsilon and the New Member Education Award was given to Alpha Chi Omega and Sigma Nu. Alpha Chi Omega and Alpha Tau Omega received the Recruitment Excellence Award. The Alumni/ae Programming Award went to Alpha Delta Pi and Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Delta Sigma Tau received the Overall Most Improved Chapter Award. The Outstanding Risk Management Award went to Alpha Delta Pi and the Outstanding Scholarship Programming award was presented to Alpha Chi Omega and Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

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