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On September 29th, 2012 the Greek Community at the University of Utah will welcome David Stollman to the Union Ballroom as part of the Utah Greek Summit 2012.
Greek Summit is a program organized by the Interfraternity and Panhellenic Councils every year in the fall semester to educate the new members and officers of the Greek system about what it means to be Greek and what opportunities and responsibilities await them within the Greek community. Greek Summit aims to target some of the main aspects of Greek life: leadership, scholarship, service, and responsibility and how to implement a balanced lifestyle in college.
All programs given at Greek Summit encourage new members how to get the most out of their Greek experience. The new members of all Greek houses are educated on the importance of tradition and legacy. Here, they will learn about leadership opportunities within their own respective chapters and other various campus organizations. Academic excellence and responsibility is thoroughly addressed and tools are discussed to achieve academic success. Another important aspect that is critical to Greek Summit is stressing the importance of living up to an organization's ideals in all aspects of college life. Other courses are implemented to bring awareness to responsibility and accountability for one's own actions and how that can have a direct effect on an organization.
This year, we are honored to have David Stollman come and talk to our new members!
David has been an active volunteer of his fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon, since 1995 but now spends his time as an advisor for the Alpha Sigma Tau sorority at New York University. He started off teaching recruitment and developed the Recruitment Boot Camp program that has helped thousands of fraternity and sorority chapters recruit more high quality members. David is also the co-founder of CAMPUSPEAK and for over 15 years fraternity and sorority communities have turned to him to inject some backbone into their membership standards.