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2010 IFC President Named

IFC LogoLast night (Tuesday, Dec. 1) Max Wendkos, a member of Theta Delta Chi, was named the 2010 President for the Interfraternity Council at Penn State. The IFC stated that during Wendkos’ campaigning, he identified several platform areas:

  • Serving as the representative of the Presidents’ Council and providing resources to individual Chapters to strengthen Chapter practices.
  • Increasing the focus on community service and philanthropic affairs by strengthening communication and collaboration between Chapters and the four Greek governing councils.
  • Strengthen leadership development within the fraternity community to provide Penn State with the leaders of tomorrow.
  • Develop resources for individual Chapters to effectively respond to changing demands for membership recruitment.

Max’s next step is to work with the EVP-elect and VP of Finance-elect and appoint the rest of the members of the IFC Executive Board.

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Dennis

Dennis is a rising junior majoring in IST with a minor in Supply Chain. Outside the classroom, Dennis is an ITS Lab Consultant, a member of the Penn State Blue Band Drumline, and the current President of Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity. Check out his website at www.DennisSiller.com

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