their achievements by their national organizations earlier this year.
National Award of Achievement, presented by the Chi Omega National Governing
Council at their conference in Phoenix, Ariz.
Chi Omega president, and Ilana Archuleta, recruitment chair, along with
advisers and William Woods alumnae Becky Bean Stinson and Karla Williams
DeSpain, attended the convention.
the award on behalf of Tau Theta this summer was the greatest honor and
proudest moment as president thus far, and I couldn’t be more proud of the
chapter’s accomplishments,” said Burnett.
“Speaking for the Chi Omega Advisory Board, we couldn’t be more proud of the
WWU women of Chi Omega! This national award is given regardless of
chapter size, so it’s doubly an honor for our small chapter to be recognized.”
chapter of Alpha Chi Omega were honored often at their national convention in
St. Louis, topped off with receipt of Alpha Chi Omega’s Continuing Excellence
chapter has won the National Council Trophy in 1998, 10 Continuing Excellence
Awards in a row (a record), the National Council Trophy again in 2011, followed
by this year’s Continuing Excellence Award.
at least one Seeking the Heights Award in every session, and they won the
housing award for projects completed with the property management team on
was attended by Olivia Koselansky, chapter president; Alicia Delaney, who was
chosen to serve as a page; Judy Kuergeleis Schmuck and Christi Slizewski Tennyson, advisers; as well as numerous
alumnae from the Delta Chi chapter at WWU.
chapter meeting as the president of the 2011 winner of the National Council
Trophy, which is the sorority’s highest award for collegiate
Alpha Phi president, and Kristen
Temple, chapter adviser.
convention provides the opportunity to understand the lifetime and
international power of our membership and be able to bring that back to share
with our chapter at William Woods,” Temple said.
philanthropic efforts as active contributors to support the Alpha Phi
Foundation and women’s heart health.
Indianapolis, Ind. President Alexis
Scott attended with advisers, Leslie Winn and, Kathryn Ude, a charter member
and for sponsoring new members going through recruitment.