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Sigma Phi Epsilon is the nations largest fraternity with over 262,000 lifetime members including 13,500 undergraduates on 260 college campuses around the United States.

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Planning and Strategy Meeting for 2010/2011

 

In July, Dave Friederichs, chapter counselor, leads the planning and strategy session with the Chapter Leadership in the Govenors Room in the Kansas Union on Campus.

Dave Friederichs, Chapter Counselor (bottom left), Russ Waltz, Faculty Advsior & RLC Director (top left), Jeff Alderman, Chapter Counselor (top left) and Brian Segebrecht, Chapter Counselor (bottom right) plan and discuss strategy for the upcoming year.  (Picture in the Govenor's Executive Conference Room - KS Union). 

2010 KU SigEp James Naismith Outstanding Alumnus

One of KU SigEp’s most prominent members, Ben Craig, was honored as the 2010 James Naismith Outstanding Alumnus at the KU SigEp Business Lunch.

Often referred to as “Mr. Kansas” or “Mr. Johnson County,” Brother Craig has been a pillar in the growth and success of Johnson County. He is credited helping start Johnson County Community College. Whether the College, a nearby park, a new school, or an air center, there are few Johnson County projects in the past 50 years that have advanced without Ben Craig’s quiet leadership. Professionally, he has been with Metcalf Bank for almost 50 years, serving as CEO for most of those years. Prior to his business career, he played semi-pro baseball with a teammate named Mickey Mantle!

During his undergraduate days at KU, SigEp was transitioning from the house that it was forced to sell while most members were away serving uring WWII (Delta Gamma’s current house), and SigEp’s current location at 1645 Tennessee. Craig said that interim house, at 14th and Tennessee, was fondly referred to as the “Brown Palace.” Today, Brother Craig said that he is “extremely proud and impressed by all of SigEp’s recent accomplishments and awards” and that he “values his many SigEp friendships.”

KU SigEp is proud to call “Mr. Kansas,” Ben Craig, a Brother!

KU SigEp — Associated General Contractors Project of the Year!

KU SigEp Project of the Year

SigEp is extremely proud to announce that our chapter home renovation was chosen by the Kansas City Chapter of Associated General Contractors as their Project of the Year! Click here to download the full article.

2010 Chapter Excellence Award

Congratulations to Sigma Phi Epsilon for receiving the Chapter Excellence Award + 8 Additional Awards at the 2010 All Campus Greek Recognition Awards Night!

Presented by: The Interfraternity Council / Panhellinic Association & Greek Life Office University of Kansas

KU SigEp Members Achieved the Following Awards:

  • CHAPTER EXCELLENCE AWARD (highest honor & 2nd year in a row!)
  • Community Service and Philanthropy Award
  • External Relations Award
  • Brotherhood Award
  • Ritual Award
  • Growth Award
  • Leadership Award
  • Scholarship Award
  • Outstanding New Fraternity Member Award: Sam Rosnak, Sigma Phi Epsilon

Congratulations to the undergraduate members at the Kansas Gamma Chapter!

KU SigEp receives fraternities highest honor and is accredited as a Residential Learning Center (RLC)

The Residential Learning Community program expands upon the traditional residential college model. For SigEp, a learning community incorporates collaboration between academic professionals, undergraduates, the university, and the chapter facility where there is an incredible opportunity for personal growth and educational development.

Read More here: www.sigep.org/rlc

Read the Kansas Gamma RLC Accreditation Letter

Congratulations to KU SigEp & Sigma Kappa for their performance in the 2010 Rock Chalk Revue

• BEST SHOW!!!
• Best Pre-Show Video
• Best Performance by a Chorus
• Best Costumes
• Best Choreography
• Best Supporting Performance


Read the UDK Article here, and see more photos here.

The full performance can be viewed here

KU SigEp Business Lunch

KU Head Football Coach Turner Gill at the KU SigEp Business Lunch

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