16-17 Young Scholars

  • In addition, as an incentive to support scholarship there will be two awards of $1000 each for the chapters with the most Young Scholars during the academic year. These will be based on chapter size: one for chapters with 40 or more fratres and one for fewer than 40 fratres. These awards will be announced in August 2017 at the Leadership Conference.

  • The Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation is proud to recognize individuals who earned a 3.75 or higher during their candidate semester and are recipients of the Young Scholar Award.

     

    The following Young Scholars achieved academic excellence

    and were initated in 2016-17:

 
  • Beta/Cornell University

    Adam Riesenfeld

     

    Rho/Univ of Illinois

    Ethan Feinberg

     

    Sigma Zeta/Indiana University Bloomington

    Chase Rosett

     

    Sigma Sigma/Univ of California Berkeley

    Curtis Jones

    Rohan Murthy

    Zachery Shephard

     

    Mu Eta/Drexel University

    James Hemmen

     

    Mu Theta/Univ of Southern California

    Aaron Benlolo

    Jacob Hankin

    Jake Hertzberg

    Daniel Like

    Ophir Rahimi

    Leigh Rubin

    Noah Silver

     

    Mu Lambda/Pennsylvania State University

    Matt Hoffman

    Brent Weinstein

     

    Mu Psi/Miami University Ohio

    Nicholas J. Kovich, Jr.

     

    Beta Gamma/Univ of Arizona

    Lucas Ciulla

    Gregory Deicke

    Ryan Johnson

    David Lipan

  • Gamma Kappa/Texas A&M University

    Jacob Birenbaum

    Lane Fellhauer

     

    Gamma Lambda/Northern Illinois University

    Martin Minogue

     

    Gamma Rho/Univ of California-San Diego

    Kevin Zavier

    Alexander Zhang

     

    Gamma Tau/Univ of Florida

    Erik Viera

     

    Gamma Phi/Arizona State University

    Joshua Schreck

     

    Delta Theta/Stony Brook University

    Sean Casey

     

    Delta Omega/Rochester Institute of Technology

    Tyler Banks

     

    Epsilon Eta/Louisiana State University

    Bryce Kerr

     

    Epsilon Xi/Emory University

    Mark Fox