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Fraternity President Sponsored to Attend Leadership Conference

The president of Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Phi Mu Delta fraternity has received a scholarship to attend the Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute in Bloomington, Ind., this summer.

Bryan G. Stetts, of Muncy, a pre-applied health studies: radiography major, was awarded the scholarship from the national headquarters of Phi Mu Delta and is among 12 undergraduates selected to be sent from the organization’s pool of members.

UIFI is a five-day institute that brings together fraternity men and sorority women from across North America to create opportunities to explore, define and enhance their leadership skills, personal awareness and commitment to their fraternity or sorority, and to grow to expect values-based action from themselves and those they lead.

Information about Penn College fraternities and sororities is available from Erin Datteri, assistant director of student activities for Greek life and leadership,by e-mail ; by visiting online or from the Student Activities Office at 570-327-4763.

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