2016 Robertson Award for Most Outstanding Undergraduate

Logan Hirsch (Central Arkansas, Epsilon Phi '14) Selected as Most Outstanding Undergraduate.
Logan Hirsch, Tom Tillar, and Mark Robertson

Logan Hirsch accepts the 2016 Robertson Award for Most Outstanding Undergraduate from Tom Till (Virginia Tech, Epsilon '71) Pi Kappa Alpha Foundation Trustee and Mark Robertson (Southern Methodist, Beta Zeta '82) Pi Kappa Alpha Foundation President

MEMPHIS, TN - At the 2016 International Convention, Logan Drake Hirsch (Central Arkansas, Epsilon Phi ’14) was recognized with the Robertson Most Outstanding Undergraduate Award. The Robertson Award honors Pi Kappa Alpha’s outstanding graduating senior. Pi Kappa Alpha first recognized its outstanding graduating senior in 1926 with an award administered by the alumni chapter of Buffalo, New York, and the award’s first recipient was Howard Bell Arbuckle Jr. (Davidson, Beta ’25).

Logan Hirsch (Central Arkansas, Epsilon Phi '14) is the 2016 Robertson Award Most Outstanding Pi Kappa Alpha Undergraduate.

Logan was selected as the University of Central Arkansas department of nursing undergraduate outstanding student, recipient of the Dr. Lauretta Koenigseder nursing scholarship award, Outstanding Greek Man, and graduated summa cum laude in April 2016.

Hirsh has donated countless hours of community service supporting a variety of causes including Top Soccer, Bear Essentials Food Pantry, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Special Olympics, Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure, Walk-A-Mile In Her Shoes, and the American Red Cross.

Hirsch was inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Order of Omega Honor Society, Alpha Chi National Collegiate Honor Society and Alpha Lambda Delta National Academic Honor Society. Additionally, he was selected for the department of nursing honors program at the University of Central Arkansas. In 2016, he was recognized as a “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.” He was named a Central Arkansas Presidential Scholar seven semesters for achieving a 4.0 GPA.

Fraternally, Hirsch served Epsilon Phi Chapter in numerous leadership positions, including president, internal vice president, and new member educator. He also served on the University’s Interfraternity Council. The chapter recognized him twice with the Distinguished PIKE Award for his service and achievements. Internationally, Logan is PIKE University Certified at the Gold Level.

Logan is currently working as a Registered Nurse in the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit at Baptist Health Medical Center-Little Rock, with future plans to pursue a doctorate of nurse anesthesia practice degree and a certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA) accreditation.

The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity is proud to honor Logan Hirsch with the 2016 Robertson Most Outstanding Undergraduate Award.

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