INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA – The selection process is complete. Sigma Tau Gamma proudly announces ten gentlemen as inductees into the 2020 Noble Man Hall of Fame.
Becoming a member of the Noble Man Hall of Fame one of the highest honors an undergraduate member can achieve. Each Hall of Fame member is also now a finalist for the Ellsworth C. Dent Man of the Year, an honor that also includes a scholarship from the Sigma Tau Gamma Foundation. This June, each of these men will be honored digitally as a Hall of Fame inductee and Dent Man of the Year Finalist.
Get to know each of the 2020 Noble Man Hall of Fame inductees. Congratulations to all ten of these noble men!
Andrey Archer, Central Arkansas
“The Principle of Integrity is part of Andrey’s DNA and it is recognized by all with which he works.”
When initiated into the Sigma Chapter in 2017, Andrey was eager for leadership opportunities and ways to impact his community. His passion for service and leadership is evident through the numerous positions he has held since joining. These include, but are not limited to, Director of Community Engagement, Director of Finance and Operations, and Chapter President. His involvement goes far beyond the chapter as he has served as a UCA Residential Housing Judicial Board Member, a member of Order of Omega Greek Honor’s Society, a UCA Greek Judicial Board Delegate, and an All Greek Council Delegate – just to name a few. Andrey has done all this while staying focused on the Principle of Learning and earning a 3.56 GPA while studying Public Administration & Political Science. Andrey’s plans after graduation include not only eventually operating his family’s long-standing farming business, but also a future in public office and advocating for agriculture and education.
Elliot Beck, Arizona
“He is a critical leader who betters everyone around him.”
As a member of the Zeta Pi Chapter, Elliot has served as both Chapter President and as IFC Vice President of Programming. In his tenure as Chapter President, the Zeta Pi Chapter became a chartered chapter and received the Edward H. McCune Distinguished Chapter Award. During his time as IFC Vice President of Programming, Elliot implemented a new educational program, which addresses unhealthy manhood in fraternities. Through a partnership with a local Tucson non-profit, Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse, Elliot strategically organized the inaugural “A Call to Men Fraternity Workshop.” Elliot has balanced all of his responsibilities outside of the classroom while maintaining a 3.6 GPA. Additionally, Elliot was selected to be a member of the senior honorary, “Bobcats,” the most prestigious student leadership group on campus. Elliot plans on implementing the Principles the Fraternity has instilled in him, in his new classroom as he becomes a High School Algebra teacher.
Seth Boschert, Lindenwood-Belleville
“Seth is truly a role model for his brothers and the larger fraternity and sorority world.”
Seth is a Founding Father of the Zeta Nu Chapter and saw his chapter through the Chartering process. While most recently serving as Chapter President for two consecutive terms, Seth had a hand in his chapter receiving multiple national awards including the Dr. Emmett Ellis Chapter Scholarship Award and the J. Gregory Rumpf Recruitment & Growth Award. As a member of the Dean’s List since the fall of 2017, Seth holds a GPA of 3.68 in his Accounting and Finance double major. In addition, he has completed between 80-100 service hours while playing collegiate baseball. During his time in the chapter, the University made the difficult decision to discontinue undergraduate studies on campus. He worked closely with his chapter, the university, and Sigma Tau Gamma to prepare his chapter for their transition to their new campus. After graduation, Seth plans to work in public accounting with hopes of eventually making the transition to working within the sports industry.
Dallas Butler, Cincinnati
“Brother Butler’s selflessness, leadership, and exemplary followership set a high standard for members of our entire organization.”
Dallas has held countless positions since his initiation in 2017 including the Faculty Relations Coordinator, a member of the Standards Board, Marketing Coordinator, Director of Recruitment, and Chapter President. Dallas is a principled leader representing Sigma Tau Gamma in all that he does including serving as an FSL Ambassador, being a member of Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society, and a member of Phi Rho Chi. While managing his campus activities and job with Apple, Dallas has maintained a GPA of 3.86, earning a spot on the Dean’s list each semester and honored as a Top 100 Senior by the Univerity of Cincinnati. Dallas is also the 2019 recipient of the Principle of Excellence Award. After graduation, Dallas plans to continue his career with Apple with plans to hopefully one day work within the Employee Communications and Engagement Department.
Jarrett Brown, Robert Morris
“Jarrett is one of those collegiate leaders that inspire me to continued service and is a fine example of the Noble Gentlemen that are going to carry the message of the fraternity to future generations.”
As a Founding Father of the Delta Psi Associate Chapter, Jarrett has seen the chapter through the associate chapter process by serving as the Director of Recruitment, Director of Education & Wellness, and Chapter President – for two terms. During his two terms as chapter president, the chapter doubled in size, balanced their budget, and successfully completed their chartering benchmarks. In addition, Jarrett strongly committed himself to serve the Greek community at large. This commitment led to the IFC suspending its eligibility requirements, therefore allowing a member of an associate chapter to be nominated for an IFC Executive Board position. This allowed for Jarrett to now serve as IFC President, the first Sig Tau to do so at the University. Jarrett is also the 2019 recipient of the Principle of Leadership Award and has served as a facilitator at Noble Man Institute. Jarrett’s plans after graduation include pursuing a career in politics with future plans of studying Constitutional Law.
Pablo Coria, UNC Charlotte
“Pablo is frequently described by his brothers and peers as passionate, empathetic, driven, level-headed, and a true embodiment of what a Sig Tau man should be.”
Pablo has served the Epsilon Tau Chapter in various ways since becoming a member. These include his roles as Director of Education and Wellness and Chapter President. His dedication to the Principle of Citizenship is seen on campus and the community in his volunteering with Special Olympics, Refugee services, Latin American Coalition, and much more. Pablo is also the 2019 recipient of the Principle of Integrity Award. Through his undergraduate years as a brother of Sigma Tau Gamma, he discovered his passion and unwavering dedication to helping others. After graduation, Pablo plans on serving in the Peace Corps for two years as an English Literacy Educator in the Pacific Island of East Timor.
Lukas Dietzen, Carroll
“Lukas exemplifies hard work, determination, and commitment, and is well-deserving of recognition for his outstanding leadership, service, and academic achievements during his active membership.”
Lukas is not only a Founding Father of the Zeta Phi Associate Chapter but was also the chapter’s first president, and was even elected for a second term. He embodies the Principles by his service both within and outside the Fraternity. He is a varsity athlete for Carroll’s Track & Field team, has led multiple volunteer days for Carroll, organized Special Olympics events on campus, and is an Eagle Scout. Under his leadership, the chapter went from the lowest GPA among Greek life to the highest GPA among fraternities and second-highest overall on campus. Lukas demonstrates his own Excellence in academics by maintaining a GPA of 3.36. Lukas is also the 2018 recipient of the Stan Musial & Eric Hillman Sportsmanship Award. Lukas will continue his education in graduate school as he works towards becoming a Physical Therapist.
Paul Hawron, Henderson State
“He truly is the complete package: ambition balanced with care and compassion; intelligence edged with humor, and scholarship enhanced by strong interpersonal skills.”
Founding Father and chartering president, Paul is driven by his love of learning and being a dedicated citizen within his community. During his time in the chapter, Paul has logged nearly 100 hours of volunteer service, even serving as a small group facilitator at Noble Man Institute. As a student studying Management Information Systems with two minors of Statistics and Accounting, Paul demonstrates the Principle of Learning as he maintained a GPA of 3.94. Outside of Sig Tau, Paul is an active member of SGA and has served as Secretary. Paul is also the 2019 recipient of the Principle of Learning Award. Paul is continuing his education at the University of Arkansas to pursue a graduate degree.
Rom Profesorsky, UNC Charlotte
“It is not often that you find a leader that exemplifies the Principles of Sigma Tau Gamma in all aspects of his life. I believe that Rom does this and will continue to do this throughout his life.”
Rom’s display of the Principles, hard work, and his pursuit of excellence allowed him to take on leadership positions within his chapter since his 2016 initiation, such as Director of Member and Community Engagement. But also, Rom’s leadership extends to a national level as he is a member of the 2018 and 2020 Ritual Committee for the House of Delegates, and has served as a facilitator at Noble Man Institute, Webb Academy, and Endeavor Conference. Outside of Sig Tau, Rom is involved in many activities including SGA, Order of Omega, and the Special Olympics. Throughout his collegiate career, Rom has also demonstrated the Principle of Learning with a 3.44 GPA. Rom is also the 2018 recipient of the Principle of Excellence Award. Following graduation, Rom will be working as a Software Architect in AT&T’s Mobility and Entertainment division.
Aaron Ward, Henderson State
“He consistently sets the standard of what it means to truly be a noble gentleman in every situation.”
Since being initiated as a Founding Father of his chapter, Aaron has had the opportunity to serve on the Executive Cabinet for all three years he has been a brother. This chapter leadership includes a two-term role as Director of Finance and leading as Chapter President. Additionally, Aaron serves as a leader in other organizations on campus including Pre-Med Club; Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society; IFC, where he served as Vice President; and finally, SGA, where he serves as VP of Academic Affairs. While volunteering in the community and being involved on campus, Aaron has maintained a 3.39 GPA. After graduation, Aaron will be attending Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine to obtain a master’s degree in biomedicine, then attending medical school to become a doctor.
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Founded at the University of Central Missouri on June 28, 1920, the organization will commemorate its 100th Anniversary in 2020. With a presence on 81 campuses in 29 states, our membership includes more than 2,700 undergraduate men and 63,000 living alumni. The Headquarters, which is home to the Fraternity, Foundation, and WPN Housing Company, is located in Indianapolis, Indiana, 12 miles from the center of downtown. Visit http://sigtau.org for additional information.