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College’s Phi Mu Delta Chapter Nationally Honored

President Jordan D. Suter accepts a Chapter Excellence Award from Jackie Hackett, assistant executive director for undergraduate engagement, Phi Mu Delta national fraternity.
President Jordan D. Suter accepts a Chapter Excellence Award from Jackie Hackett, assistant executive director for undergraduate engagement, Phi Mu Delta national fraternity.
Celebrating the honor are (back row, from left) Robert A. Warner III, Carlisle, automotive service technician; Timothy J. Schafer Jr., Lancaster, automotive technology management; and chapter President Jordan D. Suter, Lock Haven, manufacturing engineering technology. Kneeling are Cody Daniels (left), Jermyn, information assurance and cyber security; and Gregory C. Hidlay, Catawissa, information technology: network specialist concentration.
Celebrating the honor are (back row, from left) Robert A. Warner III, Carlisle, automotive service technician; Timothy J. Schafer Jr., Lancaster, automotive technology management; and chapter President Jordan D. Suter, Lock Haven, manufacturing engineering technology. Kneeling are Cody Daniels (left), Jermyn, information assurance and cyber security; and Gregory C. Hidlay, Catawissa, information technology: network specialist concentration.

Phi Mu Delta fraternity selected the Mu Xi Chapter at Pennsylvania College of Technology as one of four national Chapters of Excellence during the Centennial Conclave at the University of Vermont last month. The award honors those chapters that have committed to the fraternity’s highest ideals and have created an environment in which its members can thrive. Chapters must be strong in all areas of chapter management, scholarship, recruitment and service to the community, and are then asked to make a formal presentation. This year’s other winners were Longwood, Ohio Northern and Susquehanna universities. Among other business at the biannual business meeting, Penn College’s Timothy J. Schafer Jr. was elected to the National Council.
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