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Closing Session - Balfour LTW 2013 Closing Session - Balfour LTW 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • Welcome Chris Brown, FURMAN 1989 Chairman, Balfour Leadership Operating Board (BLOB)
  • 2057ATTENDEES AT WORKSHOP THIS YEAR
  • Chris Brown, FURMAN 1989 Chairman, Balfour Leadership Operating Board (BLOB)
  • Mary Sugden 33rd International Sweetheart
  • SigFest Champions 7-on-7 Flag Football Champions Dirty Matt and The Boiz, Santa Clara University Dodgeball Champions Zeta Pi Blue, Texas A&M—Kingsville
  • SigFest Champions 3-on-3 Basketball Champions University of Kansas Cornhole Champions Christopher Irwin and Anthony Monk University of Cincinnati
  • Chris Brown, FURMAN 1989 Chairman, Balfour Leadership Operating Board (BLOB)
  • Melinda McIntire Associate director of development Adam Joiner, TARLETON STATE 2014
  • Significant Sig Keith Ferrazzi, YALE 1988
  • Chris Brown, FURMAN 1989 Chairman, Balfour Leadership Operating Board (BLOB)
  • Carlisle Award
  • Grand Tribune The Rev. Francis ―Skip‖ Flynn, MIAMI (FLORIDA) 1967 2013 Carlisle Award Recipient
  • Chris Brown, FURMAN 1989 Chairman, Balfour Leadership Operating Board (BLOB)
  • Mike Greenberg, ILLINOIS WESLEYAN 1982 68th Grand Consul @grandconsul68
  • International Balfour Award
  • • Double major in marketing and operations management with a 3.95 GPA. • President of his university’s Interfraternity Council in 2012. • Served his chapter as Consul from December 2010 through November 2011. • Spent his senior year as one of the chapter’s live-in advisors. • Received the university’s 2013 Interfraternity Council Greek Man of the Year award. • Was one of five Indiana University seniors in 2013 to be recognized with the Elvis J. Stahr Distinguished Senior Award. Andrew Esstman, INDIANA 2013
  • • Finance and entrepreneurship major. • Served as chapter Consul his senior year. • 3.98 GPA • Inducted into the Bobcats Senior Honorary as one of the university’s top 13 graduating seniors. • Chaired his school’s Homecoming committee in 2010. • Has been head of his chapter’s Beta Phi mentorship program since May 2011. • In the summer of 2012, he worked with Wells Fargo on a team that underwrote a $235 million loan to acquire properties in seven states. Hunter Curtis, ARIZONA 2013
  • • Double major in finance and mathematics who earned a 4.0 GPA. • Served his chapter as Consul. • Is the conductor and music director of the campus orchestra, WU Pops. • Was the charter president of a community service group called Beat Therapy, which works with local non-profit organizations and medical centers to explore how music can improve or maintain one’s health, according to the group’s website. • Has a Bachelor of Science in business administration. Jason Liang, WASHINGTON (ST. LOUIS) 2013
  • • Psychology major and chemistry minor with a 4.0 GPA. • Has been featured on the president’s and dean’s lists every semester that he has been in college. • In 2011, he was named Greek Man of the Year. • Has served the university’s Student Government Association as a senator, associate justice, recruitment chairman and student-at-large member. • Has served his chapter as Consul, Magister and chapter editor. Alex Wiles, SOUTH ALABAMA 2013
  • Andrew Esstman, INDIANA 2013 Hunter Curtis, ARIZONA 2013 Jason Liang, WASHINGTON (ST. LOUIS) 2013 Alex Wiles, SOUTH ALABAMA 2013 2013 International Balfour Award Finalists
  • Mike Greenberg, ILLINOIS WESLEYAN 1982 68th Grand Consul @grandconsul68
  • Michael Dunn, UTAH STATE 1976 Executive Director Sigma Chi Fraternity International Headquarters
  • Paul Ashby, TEXAS A&-KINGSVILLE 2001 Erwin L. LeClerg Outstanding Chapter Advisor Award
  • • Willis A. Allen, TULSA 1968 • Richard E. Benton, FLORIDA STATE 1978 • Clyde Dornier, OKLAHOMA STATE 1985 • Lee Dyer, ILLINOIS 1971 • John Fisher, MICHIGAN STATE 1986 • Steve Harman, DENISON 1962 • Tom Ihling, DENVER 1979 • Lee Morgan, DRAKE 1988 Seven Lights Award
  • • Kevin Macklee Pierce, EASTERN ILLINOIS 1978 • Eugene Poldrack, SAM HOUSTON 1961 • Kevin Rees, NORTH ALABAMA 1983 • Alan Simmons, NORTH ALABAMA 1994 • Thomas Michael Speer, OREGON 1958 • JD Thorne, WISCONSIN-MADISON 1970 • Martin Trudeau, BISHOP’S 1995 • Denis Wills, MICHIGAN STATE 1994 Seven Lights Award
  • Margie Shirley Houseparent for the undergraduate chapter at University of Arkansas Edna A. Boss Houseparent Award
  • Thomas Fine, BUTLER 1987 Lou Hensley, DEPAUW 1977 William T. Bringham Best House Corporation Officer of the Year
  • The Parents’ Club at the University of Arkansas Parents’ Club Award for Excellence
  • James ―Mac‖ McClure, WILLIAM AND MARY 1975 Edwin C. Fisher Grand Praetor Award
  • The Central Ohio Alumni Chapter Alumni Chapter Excellence Award
  • Dr. Henri Stegemeier Outstanding Faculty Advisor
  • Richard Leo Hurley, BRYANT 2004 Dr. Henri Stegemeier Outstanding Faculty Advisor
  • Mark V. Anderson Character-in-Action Leadership Award
  • Fall 2012 Blair Richardson, MCGILL 1969 Winter 2012/2013 Damien Robinson, CALIFORNIA-IRVINE 1985 Spring 2013 Andy Martinez, CALIFORNIA-SAN DIEGO 2014 Summer 2013 Tony Vento, PENNSYLVANIA 1983 Devin Shepard, CASE WESTERN 2012 Mark V. Anderson Character-in-Action Leadership Award
  • James E. Montgomery Alumni Chapter Publications Award
  • The Naples/Fort Myers/Marco Island Alumni Chapter newsletter James E. Montgomery Alumni Chapter Publications Award
  • Outstanding House Corporation Award
  • • University of Texas-Austin • Stanford University • University of Montana • University of Denver • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute • Bradley University • George Washington University • Indiana University of Pennsylvania • University of North Alabama Outstanding House Corporation Award (Gold Award)
  • • Oklahoma State University • Auburn University • Mississippi State University • Syracuse University • University of Michigan • University of Washington • DePauw University • University of Cincinnati Outstanding House Corporation Award (Gold Award)
  • University of Waterloo Embry Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach Outstanding House Corporation Award (Blue Award)
  • Charles G. Ross Memorial Undergraduate Publications Award
  • The Spartan Sig Michigan State University Charles G. Ross Memorial Undergraduate Publications Award
  • William C. ―Pop‖ Henning Award
  • Gettysburg College William C. ―Pop‖ Henning Award
  • David Santoli, CASE WESTERN 1985 Director, Risk Management Foundation
  • Robert E. Joseph Risk Management Foundation Award
  • • University of Washington-Seattle • University of Memphis • University of Texas-Austin • Hillsdale College Robert E. Joseph Risk Management Foundation Award Recipients
  • Stanford University Robert E. Joseph Risk Management Foundation Award Overall Winner
  • David Santoli, CASE WESTERN 1985 Director, Risk Management Foundation
  • Greg Harbaugh, PURDUE 1978 President and CEO Sigma Chi Foundation
  • Thomas Cowan Bell Philanthropy Award
  • Louisiana State University Thomas Cowan Bell Philanthropy Award
  • Legion of Honor Award
  • • Brown University • University of Memphis • Santa Clara University • University of California-Merced • California State University-San Bernardino • Birmingham-Southern College Legion of Honor Award
  • Brown University Birmingham-Southern College Top Two Legion of Honor Awardees
  • Daniel William Cooper Award
  • University of Louisville Daniel William Cooper Award
  • Michael Dunn, UTAH STATE 1976 Executive Director Sigma Chi International Fraternity Headquarters
  • James F. Bash Significant Improvement Award
  • • California State University-Sacramento • Princeton University • University of Kansas • Loyola University-Chicago • Southern Methodist University • Georgia Southwestern State University • Southern Utah University • Middle Tennessee State University • Radford University James F. Bash Significant Improvement Award
  • Peterson Significant Chapter Award
  • The blue seal is awarded to chapters whose Peterson score ranges between 90 percent and 96.99 percent. The gold seal is awarded to chapters whose Peterson score is above 97 percent.
  • Peterson Significant Chapter Award
  • University of Oregon, Tenth consecutive University of Pittsburgh, First since 1998 University of Cincinnati, Fifth consecutive San Jose State University, Third consecutive University of New Mexico, Fourth of last five years Tennessee Technological University, Fifth consecutive University of Southern California, Ninth consecutive California State University-San Bernardino, Fifth consecutive University of New Haven, Third consecutive DePauw University, Fifth consecutive Peterson Significant Chapter Award
  • Butler University, Fourth in last five years Youngstown State University, First since 1999 Birmingham-Southern College, Fourth consecutive Bradley University, Third in last four years College of Idaho, Second consecutive University of Kentucky, Fifth in last six years University of North Texas, Fourth in last five years Western Illinois University, Third consecutive University of Tennessee-Martin, Fourth in last five years University of California-Davis, Fourth consecutive Peterson Significant Chapter Award
  • University of Idaho, Fourth in last five years Eastern Kentucky University, Third consecutive Santa Clara University, Third consecutive North Carolina State University, First since 2002 New Mexico State University, First in chapter history University of Houston, Third consecutive Western Connecticut State University, First since 2005 University of South Alabama, Second consecutive Drake University, Third of last five years University of Arkansas, Third consecutive Peterson Significant Chapter Award
  • Pittsburg State University, Second consecutive University of Rhode Island, First since 1987 University of California–Merced, Fourth consecutive University of Tulsa, First since 2002 Vanderbilt University, Fourth consecutive Yale University, Third consecutive George Washington University, Fourth consecutive North Dakota State University, First since 1999 University of Washington, Ninth consecutive University of British Columbia-Simon Fraser, Fifth in last six years Peterson Significant Chapter Award
  • Hanover College, First since 1998 University of West Florida, Fourth consecutive University of North Florida, Third consecutive Sam Houston State University, First since 1993 University of Texas-Arlington, Third consecutive Indiana University, First since 1993 University of Texas-Austin, Second consecutive Dalhousie University-St. Mary’s University, First since 2004 Stanford University, First since 2009 University of St. Thomas, Four of last five years Peterson Significant Chapter Award
  • Hillsdale College, Eighth in last nine years Bryant University, Third consecutive Missouri University of Science and Technology, Fifth in last six years Gettysburg College, Fourth consecutive Northwestern University, Second consecutive Case Western Reserve University, Second consecutive Washington University, Third in last five years Knox College, First in chapter history Northern Arizona University, Second consecutive Oklahoma State University, Second in last three years Peterson Significant Chapter Award
  • Western Kentucky University, Ninth in last 10 years University of Georgia, Fourth consecutive Indiana State University, First since 1995 University of Louisville, 15th consecutive, 20 of 22 years Central Michigan University, First since 1986 University of Memphis, 10th in last 11 years Arkansas State University, Fifth consecutive Murray State University, Fifth consecutive Peterson Significant Chapter Award
  • Peterson Significant Chapter Award GOLD AWARD
  • Peterson Significant Chapter Gold Award California State University-San Bernardino, First Gold Award University of Louisville, First Gold Award Bryant University, Second consecutive Gold Award Birmingham-Southern College, First Gold Award
  • Michael Dunn, UTAH STATE 1976 Executive Director Sigma Chi International Fraternity Headquarters
  • Chris Brown, FURMAN 1989 Chairman, Balfour Leadership Operating Board (BLOB)
  • Announcements: Stipends • Stipends will be distributed by mail next week to provide more accuracy and less confusion during the closing session. • Brothers marked absent will receive an email and text from Sigma Chi International Fraternity Headquarters informing them of their absence.
  • Announcements : Shuttles • Shuttles will run from 3 a.m. to noon on the hour. • You should be on a bus 3 hours before your plane departure time. You should be in line for that bus, at least 15 minutes before that bus leaves. • Buses are first come first serve. • If you miss your scheduled shuttle, we cannot guarantee you a ride to the airport.