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  • 2022 Convention Awards

    George Banta Award Recognizing collegiate chapters that have been established for between two and five years, the George Banta Award honors a young chapter that is exceptional in most areas of chapter life. The award is named in honor of George Banta, who helped expand our Fraternity. Barbara Griswold Laederach Recruitment Award This award recognizes […]

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  • ​Diary of a CDC: Reflecting on My First Semester

    Applications for the 2022-2023 CDC team are now open and close January 2! To learn more about the program follow our blog series - Diary of a CDC! Each week one of our CDCs will share stories from the road, application tips and more. This week, CDC Haleigh took some time to write in her diary!

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  • Diary of a CDC: My CDC Scrapbook

    Applications for the 2022-2023 CDC team are now open and close January 2! To learn more about the program follow our blog series - Diary of a CDC! Each week one of our CDCs will share stories from the road, application tips and more. This week, CDC Katie shares some pages from her scrapbook with us!

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  • Diary of a CDC: The Sweetest Chapter Memories

    Applications for the 2022-2023 CDC team open November 16 and close January 2! To learn more about the program follow our blog series - Diary of a CDC! Each week one of our CDCs will share stories from the road, application tips and more. This week, CDC Natalee took some time to write in her diary.

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  • Diary of a CDC: Learning on the Road

    With over 95 chapter visits completed our collegiate development consultant (CDC) team is busy supporting collegiate members both in-person and virtually! ⚓ ✈️ Did you know that being a CDC is full-time job open for recent DG graduates to apply? Applications for the 2022-2023 CDC team open November 15 and close January 2, stay tuned for more information. To learn more about the program follow our blog series - Diary of a CDC! Each week one of our CDCs will share stories from the road, application tips and more. This week, second-year CDC, Mary Lynne took some time to write in her diary.

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  • Diary of a CDC: Reset, Rest and Relax!

    ​With over 95 chapter visits completed our collegiate development consultant (CDC) team is busy supporting collegiate members both in-person and virtually! ⚓ ✈️ Did you know that being a CDC is full-time job open for recent DG graduates to apply? Applications for the 2022-2023 CDC team open November 15 and close January 2, stay tuned for more information. To learn more about the program follow our blog series - Diary of a CDC! Each week one of our CDCs will share stories from the road, application tips and more. This week, second-year CDC, Caroline took some time to write in her diary.

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  • Meet the Fraternity Nominating Committee

    The nomination process for the 2022-2024 Fraternity Council began on July 1. We have received excellent candidate nominations thus far and look forward to many more between now and December 10, when nominations close. The Fraternity Nominating Committee wants to hear from YOU! Reach out, ask questions and introduce sister you think would impact meaningful change and ensure the future of our Do Good Sisterhood.

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  • Pride for my child and my sisterhood

    Jessica Hammond-Brouwer, Beta Pi-Willamette shares her pride for her child and her sisterhood. She collaborates with her transfeminine daughter to share their family's story and steps to support the transgender community in the continued pursuit of doing good.

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  • My Asian-American Family History

    Charlie Kovanda, Zeta Rho-Ohio, an alumna initiate and former Delta Gamma Foundation staff member, is currently a mother to a 2-year-old daughter alongside her full-time job as a Vice President in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for JPMorgan Chase & Co. Charlie considers herself a wine and cheese enthusiast and also enjoys running, reading and watching great Netflix shows. During Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, she wants to share her story in hopes to spread awareness, shed light on the needs of the AAPI community and encourage action from AAPI allies and sisters.

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