Sigma Alpha Epsilon - Kansas State University

Spring 2023 Newsletter

Kansas Beta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity at Kansas State University

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Eminent Archon Adam Wheeler '25 (913) 909-6278 Eminent Deputy Archon Alex Niemann '25 (515) 661-9304 Risk Manager Landon Trout '25 (620) 874-5496 Treasurer Noah Mitchell '25 (785) 491-9976 New Member Educator Parker Smitko '25 (913) 237-6115 Social Chairmen Mason Engelken '25 (913) 915-4118 Jackson Hayes '25 (785) 515-0522 Eminent Warden Luke Olsen '26 (913) 439-9919 Eminent Recorder Quinten Jones '24 (417) 818-7007 Recruitment Chairmen Ben Rohrbaugh '25 (571) 645-2344 Mac Hemmer '25 (785) 643-9832 House Managers Landon Trout '25 (620) 874-5496 Jack Pearson '26 (913) 579-3445 From left: Treasurer Noah Mitchell, New Member Educator Parker Smitko, House Manager Landon Trout, Recruitment Co-Chairman Ben Rohrbaugh, Eminent Deputy Archon Alex Niemann, Eminent Archon Adam Wheeler, and Recruitment Co-Chairman Mac Hemmer. CHAPTER OFFICERS Thank You, Dedicated Brothers We Appreciate Your Support of Kansas Beta Thank you, loyal alumni, for embracing your Kansas Beta legacy and supporting our annual fund in 2022. Your support will help create True Gentlemen for years to come. If an error has been made in recording your name, we sincerely apologize. Please contact our campaign coordinator at (785) 843- 1661 so we may correct this. Purple and Gold Society ($2,500 and above) Steven F. Randle '70 Stephen M. Lacy '76 Brotherhood Society ($1,000 to $2,499) Roger W. Coulter '62 James R. Breneman '64 Al C. Enlow '69 Dr. Michael A. Mueller '82 Archon Society ($500 to $999) Edward A. McConwell '63 William K. Shaw '75 Steven R. Brewer '78 Kenneth Alan Christie '79 John C. Lowe '88 Violet Society (Up to $499) John P. Jung '57 William S. Sinderson '58 David F. Chelesnik '61 Donald E. Addy '65 Robert E. Judd '67 Dr. William P. Beezley '68 T. Mark Anwander '72 Gregory L. Hattan, D.D.S. '74 John W. Morgan '75 Bradford L. Smith '75 Thomas E. Miller '79 William C. Lippold '81 Eric A. Hartenstein '82 Jeffery C. Blue '85 Jonathan K. Staats '09 N ew Kansas Beta Chapter officers hit the ground running after seven of the leadership team, along with Housing Corporation President Steve Lacy, attended the ΣAE National Executives Academy in Atlanta the weekend of January 6 to 8. ΣAE student leaders from dozens of chapters across the country participated in sessions focused on topics such as problem-solving, chapter goals, self- development and community service. Each officer took a specific track aligned to his responsibility. For example, the treasurer track focused on creating and managing a budget. The Kansas Beta officers came to the Executives Academy prepared. Eminent Archon Adam Wheeler said the officers had already set their goals for the year (See page 1 of this newsletter) and Treasurer Noah Mitchell came armed with a budget. Wheeler said he particularly liked a session about getting brothers who live outside the house involved in chapter activities. While it was customary back in the day for actives to live in the house for all of their college years, most actives now live at most three years and many two or even one year in the house. Keeping them involved is vital. "One of the complaints we get is that brothers outside the house don't know about all the activities such as guest speakers. As a result of the Executives Academy, I implemented an app called Flare that allows us to communicate better with them about all our activities," Wheeler said. 2 NEW CHAPTER OFFICERS ATTEND NATIONAL LEADERSHIP TRAINING

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