The Truman chapter of the Delta Chi Fraternity received the prestigious “Chapter of the Year” award at the Regional Leadership Conference this past month in Minneapolis. Delta Chi rewards the top performing chapter in each region with this title. Truman Delta Chi was ranked with each chapter in North Dakota, South Dakota, Colorado, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa and Missouri. Delta Chi also received the highest fraternity grade point average at Truman from the last semester according to Greek Life. The chapter GPA was 3.21.

Daniel R. Mandell, associate professor of history, has been selected by the Organization of American Historians (OAH) to receive the inaugural Lawrence W. Levine Award, which will given annually for the best book in American cultural history. Mandell received the award for his book “Tribe, Race, History: Native Americans in Southern New England, 1780-1880” (The Johns Hopkins University Press). Nell Irvin Painter, OAH president, and Pete Daniel, OAH president-elect, presented the award in New York City during the 101st Annual Meeting of the Organization March 29.

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