Sigma Tau Gamma conducted the Ceremony of Installation at Arizona State University. The Arizona State University provisional chapter welcomed family, friends, students and University Administrators to watch the ceremony. This is the first time Sigma Tau Gamma has had a provisional chapter at Arizona State University.
Expansion Staff members Derek Kaimann, Jacob Western and Brian Lewallen, spent seven weeks on the Arizona State University campus recruiting students to become Founding Fathers of the provisional chapter. Michael Smoll, Vice President of Strategic Growth, joined them in the recruitment efforts.
The Expansion Staff did an exceptional job over the last seven weeks recruiting some of the top men on campus to start the provisional chapter, said Smoll. These men are very impressive and I am looking forward to seeing what they accomplish as they work towards chartering.
During the ceremony, 37th National President Tom Morgan addressed the new Provisional Chapter members and encouraged them to strive for excellence as they develop the new provisional chapter. After the Ceremony of Installation and lunch with their guest, the men went through the Ritual of Initiation which was conducted by the Installation Team and collegiate and alumni members from Epsilon Zeta Chapter at nearby Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
It was a very exciting day for Sigma Tau Gamma and the men who had accepted the challenge of starting a new provisional chapter at Arizona State University, said Brother Smoll.