LAMBDA SIGMA NEWS
Presidents Conference slated for Middle Tennessee State University
This fall's Presidents Conference will be held at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, home of Tennessee's largest university! Advisors Tyler Henson and Danielle Stefanski have been coordinating the details for the weekend which will include a service project on Friday evening. Henson, a member of the National Board, has assumed the duties of Coordinator of National Conferences and Meetings for the society.
During the conference on Sept. 25-27 the presidents, along with selected advisors and board members, will have an overall orientation of the expectations for all chapters for the upcoming year. Afternoon breakout sessions will address specific questions the presidents might have including ways to raise funds and how to effectively run a meeting. The presidents will be given the dates for all required forms for 2016.
During an afternoon session, delegates will elect a new student member to the National Board. Presidents who plan to run should come to the meeting prepared to explain why they would like to serve and confirm that they will be willing to attend the summer board meetings and fall Presidents Conferences over the next two years. Andrew Henley from Lambda Chapter will return for his second year on the board. He will coordinate the election of the new Student Rep. President who have questions about the position and the expectations should contact him at email@example.com or call him at 724-714-4232.
Joining the National Board as a Member-at-Large will be Courtney Walters, advisor of Beta Lambda chapter at the University of North Carolina-Pembroke.
Delegates will be housed in the Embassy Suites in Murfreesboro. Sessions will be held in the new student center at MTSU.
During the Saturday evening banquet, the presidents will experience a typical induction ceremony and chapters earning the coveted Honor Chapter designation will be announced and presented certificates by Dr. Denise Rode, current Lambda Sigma National President.
Also, two chapters will be named Outstanding Chapters for 2014-15 and one chapter will will be honored as the Most Improved Chapter for 2014-15.
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