Delta Tau Chapter (Arizona State) hosts first ever leadership luncheon

Delta Tau leadership lecturer

Delta Tau alumnus members led a round table discussion about their Fraternity experience.

TEMPE, AZ - On August 28, 2016, Delta Tau Chapter at Arizona State University hosted its first ever Delta Tau U Leadership Luncheon, a PIKE University style event with an Arizona State spin. The chapter was fortunate to have Jenna Covey, Senior Career Specialist with the university’s Career and Professional Development Center, provide a workshop on networking and LinkedIn.

Lee Lieberman ’89 and Guthrie Packard Jr. ’65 led a round table discussion about their experience in the chapter, sharing stories, reflecting on how the chapter interacted with other campus Greek chapters, and speaking about how the university and the Fraternity have impacted their professional careers. Brother Lieberman also advised the chapter on the do’s and don’ts of Fraternity life to ensure the legacy of Delta Tau Chapter never leaves ASU. Brother Packard reflected on his time living in the house and his campus involvement.

Former Phoenix Vice-Mayor Tom Simplot ’80 joined the chapter for lunch in historic Old Main. Brother Simplot also shared stories about his experiences as an undergraduate and how the chapter volunteered during his campaign for city council.
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Closing the day, Norman Hulcher ’72, former chapter president and regional president, shared his experience as a Fraternity member and stressed the importance of Ritual. As a Chapter Consultant, Brother Hulcher had the opportunity to travel to about 30 chapters. After comparing his notes with another Delta Tau alumnus chapter consultant, he noticed that chapters that were consistently the best were always used Ritual and abided by the values of a true Pi Kappa Alpha.

The members of Delta Tau Chapter want to thank Arizona State University and their dedicated alumni and staff for helping make this event possible.

For more information contact the Pi Kappa Alpha Foundation at (901) 748-1948 or pikeinfo@pikes.org