Georgia Southern University’s Panhellenic Association (PHA) and Armstrong’s Campus Panhellenic Council (CPH) attended the 2018 Annual Conference for Greek Women Leaders on February 1-3 in Atlanta, GA. Hosted by the Coalition for Collegiate Women’s Leadership (CCWL), the conference is the premier leadership development event for collegiate women. The conference inspires collegiate women to develop leadership skills that will leave a lasting impact on their campus and take those skills beyond college. The annual conference creates an area for collaboration, innovation, productive conversations, growth and inspiration. The educational sessions focus on development in leadership skills, character, management, diversity, health and wellness, service and important women’s issues.
At the conference, Statesboro’s Panhellenic Council was recognized for Circle of Sisterhood programming. Adriana Gaal Fong from Armstrong’s Campus Panhellenic Council was selected as a Conference Coordinator for the 2019 annual CCWL conference. “Going to CCWL gave me so much more insight as to what it really means to be in a sorority and I always want to live up to those standards. I am truly blessed for the opportunities I was given and I will try my best to make the 2019 CCWL exceed everyone’s expectation,” Gaal Fong said.
STATESBORO, Ga., Nov. 16, 2017- Georgia Southern’s Office of Fraternity and Sorority life hosted the Greek Awards on Wednesday November 15, to recognize members of the Greek Community on their achievements from the previous school year.
The Outstanding Leadership Award was given to Josh Bailey, Joshua Johnson, and Abby Aaron. Honorable Mention for Leadership was given to Zach Wilson, Paris Lawrence, and Kayla Woody.
The Outstanding PHA Woman Scholarship was given to Savannah Freeman, a member of Delta Phi Epsilon. The Outstanding IFC Male of the Year Scholarship was given to Chandler Avery of Phi Sigma Kappa.
The most exciting award of the night was given to Phi Mu when they were named Chapter of the Year.
Many more awards were given out, and the Greek community deserves a round of applause for the work and effort they put into making this past year a huge success on campus as well as in the community.
STATESBORO, Ga.-October 26, 2017
Georgia Southern’s Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life recently hosted a community event to celebrate Halloween. They invited families from the Statesboro area to Greek Row for a night of fun and games and trick or treating. Here a family enjoys pie-ing the Pi Kappa Phi Brothers to get in the spirit of Halloween.
Photo Credit: Kendall Greene
Southern’s Panhellenic Association (PHA) attended the Coalition for Collegiate Women’s Leadership Conference.
The executive members and sorority delegates of Georgia Southern’s Panhellenic Association (PHA) attended the Coalition for Collegiate Women’s Leadership conference that took place in Atlanta, Georgia March 30 through April 1 . The conference was held for sorority women all over the country to help the councils better understand how to diversify and encourage their chapters.
Georgia Southern’s Fraternity and Sorority Life was recognized in the top tier of Greeks nationwide for having an all Greek GPA that is higher than the campus average GPA. Georgia Southern’s PHA was also recognized for their Circle of Sisterhood week they held last Fall to help raise awareness and money for the Panhellenic Association’s national philanthropy, Circle of Sisterhood.
The Georgia Southern Panhellenic president, Savannah Freeman, and vice president of recruitment, Chase Tierney, competed in the Order of Omega competition in which they presented a case study to the conference’s executive board of directors. The vice president of public relations, Katherine Reid, was given the opportunity to serve as an ambassador for the Coalition for Collegiate Women’s Leadership weekend.
The conference gave Panhellenic women the opportunity to attend breakout and spotlight sessions that were lead by professors, CEOs, national sorority presidents, and entrepreneurs. The sessions touched on leadership, recruitment tips, sexual assault prevention, and personal success.
Spencer Chambers (IFC President) & Jared Hubbard (IFC VP of Judicial) placed second in the Order of Omega Student & Student Case Study Competition held during the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference (SEIFC). The Order of Omega case study is designed to have teams of two to compete to solve a case dealing with a current issue facing fraternity communities. Teams will be presented with a scenario and will be given time to prepare their solutions thinking critically and creatively about the issue which they then present to a panel of judges.