Founders’ Award Recipients

  The Founders’ Award is the highest and most prestigious honor which the Fraternity bestows upon an individual brother. The selection is based upon outstanding contributions or exceptional service in business, a profession, education, or humanitarianism, including service to Sigma Pi or the fraternity industry overall. Before each Convocation, the Grand Council selects the recipients […]

Quarterly Recognition – January 2020

Province Archon of the Quarter Ian Wolf (Rutgers ‘12) Ian Wolf has truly gone above and beyond as the New Jersey Province Archon. He currently supports 11 chapters and continues to stay actively involved. This academic year, Wolf has planned out four gathering events for his chapters including: Province Workshop in September 2019, Elected Officer […]

Quarterly Recognition – October 2019

Province Archon of the Quarter Paul Ke (Purdue ’88) Paul Ke has exemplified great values of the fraternity through his time with his undergraduate chapters in the Missouri Province. After chapter visits, Brother Ke would not only have meaningful conversations with the undergraduates but communicates meaningful observations back to the Executive Office. This moves the […]

College Town: WPI police officer honored for service to Sigma Pi Fraternity

Editors Note: The section below originally ran in an article on telegram.com and was written by Bonnie Russell. Worcester Polytechnic Institute campus police Officer Robert Vandal never expected to be a fraternity advisor, let alone an award-winning one. He has faithfully served as the advisor to Gamma Iota, WPI’s chapter of Sigma Pi, for almost a […]

Theta-Gamma Chapter (West Alabama) Honors Friend for Donate Life Month

Because of Libby Hankins, Theta-Gamma Chapter has created a movement in Livingston, Alabama. Libby—who attended the University of West Alabama and is a member of Phi Mu sorority—was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis at two-years-old and was treated at the Children’s Hospital of Alabama, and later, the University of Birmingham Hospital. In February of 2016, she […]

Pakistani Student at Murray State Makes Most of Short Stay

EDITOR’S NOTE: The selection below originally ran in an article on the The Murray State News publication and was written by Nick Erickson. To read the article in its entirety, please click here. There is an abundance of foreign exchange students who travel from their home countries to attend Murray State. However, not many of […]

Theta Chapter (Penn State) honors brothers who served in WWII

EDITORS NOTE: The excerpt below originally ran in an article on the Centre Daily News online publication and was written by Britney Milazzo. To read the article in its entirety, please click here.  Before Wilford Beisel died, he drafted a will that would help him give back to his church and country. He died in 2014. […]

Gamma-Eta Chapter (Rutgers) Helps to Open Food Pantry on Campus

EDITORS NOTE: This excerpt is from an article originally ran on The Daily Targum and was written by Stephen Weiss.  Willson said Rutgers Against Hunger (RAH) and the Sigma Pi fraternity played key roles in starting the pantry and keeping it afloat. “One of the staff members who was instrumental in starting RAH was retiring, […]

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