Truman Sigma Phi Epsilon Chapter Wins Top Alumni Award

The Missouri Mu Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon at Truman State University was recognized for Excellence in Alumni Communications at the fraternity’s 49th Grand Chapter Conclave in Nashville, Tenn., during the week of Aug. 10-14.

During the 2003-2005 biennium, the Truman chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon engaged the public relations firm of Design Manifesto in Richmond, Va., to produce and manage a special Web site for its alumni members and to publish the chapter’s alumni newsletter, The Brick. The award-winning Web site may be viewed at and the current edition of The Brick may be viewed there in PDF format.

The new Truman Sigma Phi Epsilon alumni Web site and award-winning newsletter were produced during the presidencies of Scott Dresser, a senior accounting major from Overland Park, Kan., and Tyler Wood, a senior justice systems and psychology double major from Columbia, Mo. Truman Sigma Phi Epsilon alumni involved in the project included Patrick Fontana ’95, Matthew Judkins ’95, and Ryan Brennan ’95. Design Manifesto is contracted with the Sigma Phi Epsilon national headquarters in Richmond to work with individual campus chapters of the fraternity in the area of alumni communications.

Representing Truman’s Sigma Phi Epsilon chapter at the Nashville Conclave in August were Wood, Jaret Copeman, a sophomore exercise science major from Cameron, Mo., and Mike Self, a junior pre-accounting major from Ballwin, Mo., and Roger Festa, professor of chemistry. Festa is also a member of the Board of Governors of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation in Richmond.
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