Delta Sigma Pi’s Xi Chi chapter at the Lubar School of Business won three awards this fall from the national office: a provincial award for Most Improved Collegiate Chapter, and regional awards for Outstanding Alumni Relations and Outstanding Scholastic Development. The chapter also received a Provincial Pandemic Proclamation for its accomplishments during the unusual 2019-20 academic year. Delta Sigma Pi is the nation’s leading co-ed professional business fraternity.
“To win numerous awards is a testament to the chapter’s overall excellence,” says Megan Allen, Communications Specialist at Delta Sigma Pi’s national headquarters.
The Most Improved Collegiate Chapter award recognized the Lubar chapter from among 57 chapters in the North Central province for exhibiting the greatest degree of improvement in its general operations, professional programs and membership support as compared to the prior academic year.
Specifically, the chapter implemented a strong recruitment campaign that exceeded membership goals, hosted its annual Spring Business Conference featuring well-regarded companies, maintained strong brotherhood through social events and activities, and reported high attendance at Grand Chapter Congress and LEAD events, according to chapter president Sydney Sampson-Webb.
“Our chapter is committed to Delta Sigma Pi’s values of professionalism, service, and brotherhood,” says Samson-Webb, a junior studying marketing and human resource management. “The quality network of our chapter and our hard work and determination make me so proud to be a brother, and have aided in making Delta Sigma Pi my favorite part of my college experience at the Lubar School of Business and UW-Milwaukee.”
Dr. Odai Khasawneh, Lecturer in Information Technology Management, serves as the chapter’s faculty advisor.