I need your help!
For my MBA Business Communications class, I am required to conduct a communication audit through administration of a survey.
It would be helpful if I could get some alumni feedback about past communication practices so that I can evaluate the current communication climate within the chapter.
The Summer 2011 issue of the ATO Palm is now in the process of being shipped to subscribers. If you are not a subscriber or if you can’t wait for your copy to arrive in the mail, you can view the Palm online.
We received some good news last week. Hubert Nelson Bruns - “Nelson”, class of 1964, who was previously listed as a member of “Chapter Eternal” contacted us to announce that he is alive, well and living in Houston! Hopefully Nelson can join us at the reunion and relate a few stories about how he’s been spending the past few years.
Sixteen ATO ZM Alumni and friends donated a total of $8,350 to MedMission. ATO Brother Bruce Evans delivered the contributions to MedMission, a 501 (C) (3) non profit organization which will use the donations to help victims of the Alabama tornadoes. Thanks again to all donors.
L & R Pete Kucera for Charlie Adams
From the Sigma Nu Fraternity HQ blog:
ESPN reported today that Butler’s men’s basketball team earned top honors among this year’s Final Four contenders:
On Tuesday, the NCAA released its list of academic overachievers, and Butler was the only team among those that reached this year’s championship round in Division I football, men’s basketball or women’s basketball.
Butler head coach and class act Brad Stevens (an Alpha Tau Omega) explained why excelling in the classroom is merely a basic expectation:
“To be real candid, that’s an expectation of mine, so we’re not going to do cartwheels or shoot fireworks because this is something we achieved,” coach Brad Stevens said after the release. “That’s an expectation and that’s what we’re going to strive to do. I’m proud of our guys, but they came to Butler to do well in the classroom, on the court and in the community, and that’s what we expect.“
I got an email from Bruce Evans wanting to make sure everyone underdstood he was not affected by the storm and the community he lives in had very little damage. At the same time Brother Evans indicated there was a lot of need for assistance in Alabama. Brother Evans is involved in relief efforts and the MedMission suggestion is a good way to help. If interested please follow the instructions below.
This article by Kolby Flowers originally appeared in The Houstonian, May 3, 2011.
In the aftermath of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden’s death, new debates have emerged.
“What happens next for the ‘War on Terror?’”
”Americans understand the costs of war,” President Barack Obama said in a press conference Sunday night. “Yet, as a country, we will never tolerate our security being threatened, nor stand idly by when our people have been killed.”
“On nights like this one, we can say to those families who have lost loved ones to al-Qaida’s terror: Justice has been done.”
However, bin Laden’s death does not mark the end of the U.S. effort.
“There’s no doubt that al-Qaida will continue to pursue attacks against us,” Obama said. “We must, and will remain vigilant at home and abroad.”
Career Day: Career & Business tips
We’re looking for useful tips and advice to give our undergraduates to help them succeed in a post-college world. Spend 10 minutes or so thinking about the best advice that you’ve received or things that you wish you had learned earlier and please enter them in the form below to share them with our brothers.
A few topics to consider:
- Wisdom from my mentor
- What to say on a resume
- Do’s and Dont’s
- Examples of how we advanced
- Things I had to learn the hard way
Just another fratty day…