Alum honored with Pillar of the Profession

Daniel Maxwell (Syracuse ’86) was honored with the Pillar of the Profession Award by the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA). He currently serves as Associate Vice Chancellor/Associate Vice President for Student Affairs at the University of Houston system. Each year, NASPA awards the Pillar of the Profession to distinguished individuals who have served […]

Ryan Senn’s COVID Fight

By April Capochino Myers I got the news on November 11. The text followed shortly after. My husband’s fraternity brother, Ryan Senn (Louisiana Tech ’04) was hospitalized with COVID. He was sick. Really sick. As I’m writing this, there are nearly 24 million confirmed COVID cases in the United States and nearly 400,000 people who […]

Virtual Executives Academy 2021

On January 9th and 10th, Sigma Alpha Epsilon hosted the first-ever Virtual Executives Academy. Executives Academy provides Eminent Archons, Eminent Deputy Archons, Eminent Treasurers, Recruitment Chairmen, Health and Safety Chairmen, Member Educators, and Advisors with the tools necessary for success in leading their chapters. Thanks to the SAE Foundation, this event was offered at no […]

Alum named to most influential list

Scott Dorsey (Indiana ’89) was recently named as one of the most influential people in central Indiana by the Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ). The tech entrepreneur is a Managing Partner at High Alpha, a venture studio that conceives, launches and scales next-generation enterprise cloud companies. IBJ is celebrating its 40th anniversary by recognizing people who have shaped […]

Season 2, Episode 1: This is NOT reading, writing or arithmetic

The first episode of season two features SAE alumnus Stephen Simon. Tune in today for an honest conversation with the future owner of the Indiana Pacers on mistakes made, lessons learned, and keys to success (aka everything you won’t learn in school). Foundation CEO, Steve Mitchell, interviewed Stephen over Zoom, and the two of them […]

Alum appointed to mayor’s cultural council

In a year where emotion, tension, and negativity was high, an alumnus from the University of Missouri-Kansas City is not backing down from trying to make the world a better place. Sam Lim, a member who graduated in 2018 with a degree in Languages & Literatures, was confirmed to two appointments for the City of […]

SAE World Series 2020

Editor’s Note: This article was provided by SAE World Series Co-chairman Geary Mason (Louisiana State ’84). On Friday the 13th of November 2020, in the middle of a global pandemic, the 35th Annual SAE World Series softball was successfully held in New Orleans. This event is usually held annually in early summer, but the COVID […]

Alum selected as Super Lawyer

Greg Funfsinn (Loyola-Chicago ’03) was selected as one of the 2021 Kentucky Super Lawyers. Super Lawyers is a rating service of attorneys from over 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Their magazine is distributed to all attorneys, the lead corporate counsel of Russell 3000 companies, and ABA-approved […]

SAE Ambassador named IFC President

SAE Ambassador Ashwin Sinha (Drake ’22) has been elected as IFC President for 2021. “I’ve had countless leadership opportunities, a diverse support system to grow through the ups and downs of college, and life-long friendships throughout Greek Street. Now, I’d like to return the favor to hundreds of incoming first-years to help them find their […]

Georgia Beta raises $110k

In the 49th iteration of the Ham Ansley Memorial Fundraiser, the Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter at the University of Georgia raised $110,860 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Guided by chapter president Rolf Reynolds (’21) and philanthropy chairmen Jake Vrolijk (’22) and Jack Smith (’22), the chapter freshmen fundraised over eleven weeks amidst a pandemic. […]