Recent Changes for "Alpha Kappa Psi" - Davis Wikihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_PsiRecent Changes of the page "Alpha Kappa Psi" on Davis Wiki.en-us Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2014-03-17 02:13:09AndrewLam <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 53: </td> <td> Line 53: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>- Fall Rush begins Oct. 8, 2012.<br> - </span> </td> <td> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2012-09-29 17:15:29NgoHenryUpload of image <a href="http://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi?action=Files&do=view&target=bpfg.jpg">bpfg.jpg</a>.Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2012-09-29 17:09:33NgoHenryImage <a href="http://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi?action=Files&do=view&target=bpfg.jpg">bpfg.jpg</a> deleted.Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2012-09-29 17:07:19NgoHenry <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 7: </td> <td> Line 7: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ ||[https://www.facebook.com/DavisAKPsi]||</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2012-09-29 16:58:09NgoHenry <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 1: </td> <td> Line 1: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ [[Image(Alpha Kappa Psi.png, thumbnail, left, 300, "Alpha Kappa Psi Coat of Arms")]]</span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 23: </td> <td> Line 24: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> [[Image(<span>A</span>l<span>pha Kappa Ps</span>i.p<span>n</span>g, thumbnail, <span>righ</span>t, 300, "<span>Alp</span>ha<span>&nbsp;Kappa</span> Ps<span>i</span> Co<span>a</span>t<span>&nbsp;</span>o<span>f Arm</span>s")]] </td> <td> <span>+</span> [[Image(<span>pb</span>li.<span>j</span>pg, thumbnail, <span>lef</span>t, 300, "<span>Our Brot</span>h<span>ers </span>a<span>t</span> P<span>BLI 2012 Ca</span>s<span>e</span> Co<span>mpe</span>t<span>iti</span>o<span>n</span>s")]] </td> </tr> </table> </div> Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2012-09-29 16:51:47NgoHenryUpload of image <a href="http://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi?action=Files&do=view&target=pbli.jpg">pbli.jpg</a>.Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2012-09-29 16:49:20NgoHenry <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p>No differences found!</div> Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2012-09-29 16:49:05NgoHenry <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 15: </td> <td> Line 15: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> <span>=</span>= History of Alpha Kappa Psi =<span>=</span> </td> <td> <span>+</span> = History of Alpha Kappa Psi = </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 22: </td> <td> Line 22: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> History of Upsilon Psi Chapter<span>&nbsp;</span> [[Image(Alpha Kappa Psi.png, n<span>oborder</span>, right, "Alpha Kappa Psi")]]<span><br> - -----</span> </td> <td> <span>+</span> <span>=</span>History of Upsilon Psi Chapter<span>=<br> +</span> [[Image(Alpha Kappa Psi.png, <span>thumb</span>n<span>ail</span>, right<span>, 300</span>, "Alpha Kappa Psi<span>&nbsp;Coat of Arms</span>")]] </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 27: </td> <td> Line 27: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>- ===Impact on Campus===</span> </td> <td> <span>+ Since founding, Upsilon Psi has emerged as one of the fastest growing chapters in the fraternity with motivated and capable members. We are award-winning participants of the fraternity case competitions held annually at the Principled Business Leaders Institute.<br> + <br> + =Impact on Campus=<br> + [[Image(bpfg.jpg, thumbnail, left, 300, "BPFG 2012")]]</span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 30: </td> <td> Line 33: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>- '''Statistics*''':</span> </td> <td> <span>+ We also participate in the UC Davis Bi-Annual Professional Fraternity Games each Fall and Spring quarters, bringing home the championship over 5 times since the establishment of the competition.<br> + <br> + <br> + =Statistics*=</span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 42: </td> <td> Line 48: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ =Join Us!=<br> + For more information about our recruitment dates and location, please visit us at [http://davisakpsi.org].<br> + <br> + Fall Rush begins Oct. 8, 2012.<br> + </span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2012-09-29 16:46:35NgoHenryUpload of image <a href="http://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi?action=Files&do=view&target=bpfg.jpg">bpfg.jpg</a>.Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2012-09-29 16:25:06NgoHenry <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - 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* Initiates in 2005-2006: 5,697<br> - * Initiates in 2006-2007: 6,001<br> - * Initiates since 1904: more than 247,000<br> - * Number of current student members: 9,978<br> - * 2005 Convention attendance (Las Vegas): 805<br> - * 2007 Success Institute attendance: 2,351</span> </td> <td> <span>+ * New charters granted in 2011-2012: 9 (Temple University, Southern Oregon University, Monmouth University, Columbia University, Loyola Marymount University, California State University-Longbeach, Shenandoah University, Coastal Carolina University, West Virginia State University)<br> + * Initiates in 2011-2012: 6,905<br> + * Initiates in 2010-2011: 6,552<br> + * Initiates since 1904: more than 240,000<br> + * Number of current student members: 14,447<br> + * 2012 Principled Business Leadership Institute attendance: 3,626</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2012-09-29 16:08:55NgoHenry <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - 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What up, bros! --["Users/KevinFabian"]</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2012-02-10 14:16:02JessicaDam <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 10: </td> <td> Line 10: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> [[Image(<span>A</span>l<span>phaKappaP</span>s<span>i</span>.jpg, left, thumbnail, 400, "Alpha Kappa Psi - Brothers of 20<span>08 - thanks to Plainsight Photography</span>")]] </td> <td> <span>+</span> [[Image(<span>forma</span>ls.jpg, left, thumbnail, 400, "Alpha Kappa Psi - Brothers of 20<span>12</span>")]] </td> </tr> </table> </div> Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2012-02-10 13:32:49JessicaDamUpload of image <a href="http://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi?action=Files&do=view&target=formals.jpg">formals.jpg</a>.Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2009-04-17 19:10:34JasonAllerif you create the page, link it: Professional Fraternities and Sororities <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 12: </td> <td> Line 12: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> '''Alpha Kappa Psi''' (ΑΚΨ) is a co-ed <span>professional</span> business ["fraternity"] here on campus. We are open to all majors and strive to develop principled business leaders. Our goals are: to further the individual welfare of its members, to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance, to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein, and to promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in ["business administration"]. </td> <td> <span>+</span> '''Alpha Kappa Psi''' (ΑΚΨ) is a co-ed <span>["Professional Fraternities and Sororities" professional]</span> business ["fraternity"] here on campus. We are open to all majors and strive to develop principled business leaders. Our goals are: to further the individual welfare of its members, to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance, to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein, and to promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in ["business administration"]. </td> </tr> </table> </div> Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2008-03-23 18:05:37JasonAllerlinks <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 12: </td> <td> Line 12: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>- </span>ΑΚΨ<span>&nbsp;(Alpha Kappa Psi</span>) is a co-ed professional business fraternity here on campus. We are open to all majors and strive to develop principled business leaders. Our goals are: to further the individual welfare of its members, to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance, to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein, and to promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business administration.<span><br> - </span> </td> <td> <span>+ '''Alpha Kappa Psi''' (</span>ΑΚΨ) is a co-ed professional business <span>["</span>fraternity<span>"]</span> here on campus. We are open to all majors and strive to develop principled business leaders. Our goals are: to further the individual welfare of its members, to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance, to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein, and to promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in <span>["</span>business administration<span>"]</span>. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 28: </td> <td> Line 27: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> Our main events on campus include: Networking for Success - an event where several Fortune 500 companies come to talk to you about their job/company in a speed-dating format and is a great way to network with business professionals.<span><br> - </span> </td> <td> <span>+</span> Our main events on campus include: <span>["</span>Networking for Success<span>"]</span> - an event where several Fortune 500 companies come to talk to you about their job/company in a speed-dating format and is a great way to network with business professionals. </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 42: </td> <td> Line 40: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ <br> + [[Comments]]</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2008-03-18 00:54:51DanielOoi <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 10: </td> <td> Line 10: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> [[Image(AlphaKappaPsi.jpg, left, thumbnail, 400, "Alpha Kappa Psi Brothers of 2008")]] </td> <td> <span>+</span> [[Image(AlphaKappaPsi.jpg, left, thumbnail, 400, "Alpha Kappa Psi <span>- </span>Brothers of 2008<span>&nbsp;- thanks to Plainsight Photography</span>")]] </td> </tr> </table> </div> Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2008-03-17 21:55:21VanShu <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 12: </td> <td> Line 12: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> ΑΚΨ (Alpha Kappa Psi) is a co-ed professional business fraternity here on campus. We are open to all majors and strive to develop principled business leaders. Our goals are: to further the individual welfare of its members, to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance, to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein, and to promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business administration </td> <td> <span>+</span> ΑΚΨ (Alpha Kappa Psi) is a co-ed professional business fraternity here on campus. We are open to all majors and strive to develop principled business leaders. Our goals are: to further the individual welfare of its members, to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance, to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein, and to promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business administration<span>.</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2008-03-17 21:27:11JasonAllerminor <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 15: </td> <td> Line 15: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> ==History of Alpha Kappa Psi==<span><br> - -----</span> </td> <td> <span>+</span> ==<span>&nbsp;</span>History of Alpha Kappa Psi<span>&nbsp;</span>== </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 23: </td> <td> Line 22: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> History of Upsilon Psi Chapter [[Image(Alpha Kappa Psi.png, right, "Alpha Kappa Psi")]] </td> <td> <span>+</span> History of Upsilon Psi Chapter [[Image(Alpha Kappa Psi.png, <span>noborder, </span>right, "Alpha Kappa Psi")]] </td> </tr> </table> </div> Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2008-03-17 21:16:25DanielOoi <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 37: </td> <td> Line 37: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>- * Chapters re-chartered: 2 (Boston University (Nu), George Washington University (Beta Mu))</span> </td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 44: </td> <td> Line 43: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>- * Alpha Kappa Psi first admitted women into the fraternity in August 1976.</span> </td> <td> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Alpha Kappa Psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2008-03-17 21:12:46ElleWeberRenamed from "alpha kappa psi" (caps) <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p>No differences found!</div> alpha kappa psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2008-03-17 21:12:07DanielOoi <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 22: </td> <td> Line 22: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> <span>==</span>History of Upsilon Psi Chapter<span>==</span> [[Image(Alpha Kappa Psi.png, right, "Alpha Kappa Psi")]] </td> <td> <span>+</span> <span><br> + </span>History of Upsilon Psi Chapter<span>&nbsp;</span> [[Image(Alpha Kappa Psi.png, right, "Alpha Kappa Psi")]] </td> </tr> </table> </div> alpha kappa psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2008-03-17 21:11:06DanielOoi <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 15: </td> <td> Line 15: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> <span>=</span>==History of Alpha Kappa Psi==<span>=</span> </td> <td> <span>+</span> ==History of Alpha Kappa Psi== </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 22: </td> <td> Line 22: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> <span>=</span>==History of Upsilon Psi Chapter<span>=</span>== [[Image(Alpha Kappa Psi.png, right, "Alpha Kappa Psi")]] </td> <td> <span>+</span> ==History of Upsilon Psi Chapter== [[Image(Alpha Kappa Psi.png, right, "Alpha Kappa Psi")]] </td> </tr> </table> </div> alpha kappa psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2008-03-17 21:10:34DanielOoi <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 15: </td> <td> Line 15: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> ==History of Alpha Kappa Psi== </td> <td> <span>+</span> <span>=</span>==History of Alpha Kappa Psi==<span>=</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> alpha kappa psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2008-03-17 21:09:44DanielOoi <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 12: </td> <td> Line 12: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>- ΑΚΨ (Alpha Kappa Psi) is a co-ed professional business fraternity here on campus. We are open to all majors and strive to develop principled business leaders.</span> </td> <td> <span>+ ΑΚΨ (Alpha Kappa Psi) is a co-ed professional business fraternity here on campus. We are open to all majors and strive to develop principled business leaders. Our goals are: to further the individual welfare of its members, to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance, to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein, and to promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business administration</span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 22: </td> <td> Line 22: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> History of Upsilon Psi Chapter [[Image(Alpha Kappa Psi.png, right, "Alpha Kappa Psi")]] </td> <td> <span>+</span> <span>===</span>History of Upsilon Psi Chapter<span>===</span> [[Image(Alpha Kappa Psi.png, right, "Alpha Kappa Psi")]] </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 27: </td> <td> Line 27: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>- ='''Objects of the Fraternity'''=<br> - -----</span> </td> <td> <span>+ ===Impact on Campus===<br> + Our main events on campus include: Networking for Success - an event where several Fortune 500 companies come to talk to you about their job/company in a speed-dating format and is a great way to network with business professionals.</span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 30: </td> <td> Line 30: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>- 1. To further the individual welfare of its members;<br> - 2. To foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance;<br> - 3. To educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein;<br> - 4. To promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business administration</span> </td> <td> </td> </tr> </table> </div> alpha kappa psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2008-03-17 21:05:58DanielOoi <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 3: </td> <td> Line 3: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ ||[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpha_Kappa_Psi]||</span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 6: </td> <td> Line 7: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>- ||[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpha_Kappa_Psi]||</span> </td> <td> </td> </tr> </table> </div> alpha kappa psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2008-03-17 21:05:45DanielOoi <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 1: </td> <td> Line 1: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ ||&lt;bgcolor='#E0E0FF'&gt;'''National Website'''||<br> + ||[http://www.akpsi.org/]||<br> + ||&lt;bgcolor='#E0E0FF'&gt;'''Davis Website'''||<br> + ||[http://www.davisakpsi.com/]||<br> + ||[http://youtube.com/user/davisakpsi]||<br> + ||[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpha_Kappa_Psi]||<br> + </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 4: </td> <td> Line 11: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ <br> + ΑΚΨ (Alpha Kappa Psi) is a co-ed professional business fraternity here on campus. We are open to all majors and strive to develop principled business leaders.<br> + </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 38: </td> <td> Line 48: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>- <br> - <br> - '''Links to more information''':<br> - <br> - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpha_Kappa_Psi<br> - http://www.davisakpsi.com<br> - http://http://youtube.com/user/davisakpsi<br> - <br> - <br> - <br> - -----<br> - <br> - <br> - '''Notable Alumni of Alpha Kappa Psi''':<br> - <br> - '''Government'''<br> - <br> - '''U.S. Presidents and Vice Presidents'''<br> - Ronald Reagan was initiated as an honorary member in 1963 by the Alpha Zeta chapter at USC. This preceeded his enterance into elected office.<br> - Richard Nixon was initiated as an honorary member in 1960 by the Beta Omicron chapter at Wayne State University. He was U.S. Vice President at that time.<br> - <br> - * U.S. President Ronald Reagan (1981-1989) (Alpha Zeta)<br> - * U.S. President Richard Nixon (1969-1974) (Beta Omicron)<br> - * U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon (1953-1961) (Beta Omicron)<br> - <br> - '''U.S. Senators and Representatives'''<br> - Barry Goldwater, a five-term Republican U.S. Senator from Arizona was initiated by the Beta Mu chapter at GWU. He was the Republican Party's nominee for the 1964 U.S. Presidential Election.<br> - <br> - * U.S. Senator from Tennessee Lamar Alexander (2002-Current) (Delta Kappa)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Wyoming Michael B. Enzi (1997-Current) (Beta Mu)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Indiana Richard Lugar (1977-Current) (Indianapolis Alumni)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Oregon Mark O. Hatfield (1967-1997) (Kappa)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Mississippi John C. Stennis (1947-1989); President Pro Tempore (1987-1989) (Delta Lambda)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Missouri Thomas F. Eagleton (1969-1987) (Upsilon)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Arizona Barry M. Goldwater (1953-1965, 1969-1987) (Beta Mu)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Texas John G. Tower (1961-1985) (Epsilon Eta)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Washington Henry M. Jackson (1953-1983) (Rho)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Georgia Herman E. Talmadge (1957-1981) (Pi)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Michigan Robert P. Griffin (1966-1979); Senate Minority Whip (1969-1977) (Epsilon Zeta)<br> - * U.S. Senator from New Mexico Joseph M. Montoya (1964-1977) (Beta Tau)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Arkansas John L. McClellan (1943-1977) (Epsilon Omicron)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Missouri W. Stuart Symington (1953-1976) (Delta Sigma)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Florida Edward J. Gurney (1969-1974) (Alpha Phi)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Texas Ralph W. Yarborough (1957-1971) (Beta Tau)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Illinois Paul H. Douglas (1949-1967) (Epsilon)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Massachusetts Leverett A. Saltonstall (1945-1967) Senate Minority Whip, Senate Majority Whip(Gamma Nu)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Wisconsin Alexander Wiley (1939-1963) (Delta Phi)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Wyoming Frank A. Barrett (1953-1959) (Beta Nu)<br> - * U.S. Senator from California Richard Nixon (1950-1953) (Beta Omicron)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Nebraska Kenneth S. Wherry (1943-1951) Senate Minority Whip, Senate Majority Whip, Senate Minority Leader (Xi)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Kansas Harry Darby (1949-1950) (Psi)<br> - * U.S. Senator from North Carolina William B. Umstead (1946-1948) (Alpha Tau)<br> - * U.S. Senator from New Jersey Arthur Walsh (1943-1944) (Alpha)<br> - * U.S. Representative from North Carolina, William B. Umstead (1933-1939) (Alpha Tau)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Texas, 19th District Randy Neugebauer (2003-Current) (Eta Theta)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Nebraska, 2nd District Harold Daub (1981-1989) (Alpha Lambda)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Texas, 19th District Kent Hance (1979–1985) (Eta Theta)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Virginia, 6th District James Lindsay Almond, Jr. (1946-1948) (Beta Xi)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Florida, 3rd District Millard F. Caldwell (1933-1941) (Alpha Phi)<br> - * U.S. Representative from California, 12th District Richard Nixon (1947-1950) (Beta Omicron)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Wyoming, At-Large Frank A. Barrett (1943–1951) (Beta Nu)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Washington, 2nd District Henry M. Jackson (1941-1953) (Rho)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Michigan, 9th District Robert P. Griffin (1957-1966)(Epsilon Zeta)<br> - * U.S. Representative from New Mexico, At-Large Joseph M. Montoya (1957-1964) (Beta Tau)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Arkansas, 6th District John L. McClellan (1935-1938) (Epsilon Omicron)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Florida, 11th &amp; 5th District Edward J. Gurney (1962-1968) (Alpha Phi)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Kansas, 1st District William H. Avery (1955-1965) (Alpha Omega)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Illinois, At-Large William Stratton (1940-42, 1944-46) (Delta Psi)<br> - <br> - ''U.S. Secretaries, Chairs, and Advisors''<br> - <br> - * U.S. Secretary of Commerce Luther H. Hodges (Alpha Tau)<br> - * U.S. Secretary of Commerce Daniel C. Roper (Beta Eta)<br> - * U.S. Secretary of Commerce C. R. Smith (Iota)<br> - * U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development George W. Romney (Phi)<br> - * U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara (Phi)<br> - * U.S. Secretary of Education Lamar Alexander<br> - * Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs G. Mennen Williams<br> - * U.S. Secretary of the Air Force W. Stuart Symington (Served as the First Secretary) (1947-1950) (Delta Sigma)<br> - * Federal Reserve Board Chairman William McChesney Martin, Jr. (Beta Mu)<br> - * Presidential Economic Advisor Walter Heller, Advisor to the John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson (Alpha Eta) Administrations<br> - * Commissioner of Internal Revenue Daniel C. Roper (Beta Eta)<br> - <br> - ''Federal Judges''<br> - <br> - * James Lindsay Almond, Jr. - Judge of U.S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals (1962-1982); Judge of U.S. Court of Appeals (1982-1986) (Beta Xi)<br> - * Otto Kerner, Jr. - Judge of United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (19681974)<br> - <br> - ''State Governors''<br> - <br> - * Governor of Arkansas Carl E. Bailey (1937-1941) (Beta Zeta)<br> - * Governor of Minnesota Harold E. Stassen (1939-1943) (Alpha Eta)<br> - * Governor of Massachusetts Leverett A. Saltonstall (1939-1945)(Gamma Nu)<br> - * Governor of West Virginia Clarence W. Meadows (1945-1949) (Alpha Delta)<br> - * Governor of Florida Millard F. Caldwell (1945-1949) (Alpha Phi)<br> - * Governor of Nebraska Val Peterson (1947-1953) (Zeta)<br> - * Governor of Wyoming Frank A. Barrett (1951-1953) (Beta Nu)<br> - * Governor of North Carolina William B. Umstead (1953-1954) (Alpha Tau)<br> - * Governor of Georgia Herman E. Talmadge (1947-1955) (Pi)<br> - * Governor of California Goodwin J. Knight (1953-1959) (Alpha Zeta)<br> - * Governor of Wisconsin Vernon W. Thomson (1957-1959) (Alpha Mu)<br> - * Governor of Michigan G. Mennen Williams (1949-1961) (Eta Zeta)<br> - * Governor of Illinois William G. Stratton (1953-1961) (Delta Psi)<br> - * Governor of North Carolina Luther H. Hodges (1954-1961) (Alpha Tau)<br> - * Governor of Florida LeRoy Collins (1955-1961) (Beta Psi)<br> - * Governor of Michigan George W. Romney (1954-1962) (Phi)<br> - * Governor of Virginia James Lindsay Almond, Jr. (1958-1962) (Beta Xi)<br> - * Governor of Georgia S. Ernest Vandiver (1959-1963) (Pi)<br> - * Governor of Michigan John B. Swainson (1961-1963) (Eta Zeta)<br> - * Governor of Minnesota Elmer L. Andersen (1961-1963) (Alpha Eta)<br> - * Governor of Vermont F. Ray Keyser, Jr. (1961-1963) (Gamma Omicron)<br> - * Governor of Kansas John Anderson, Jr. (1961-1965) (Psi)<br> - * Governor of Oregon Mark O. Hatfield (1959-1967) (Kappa)<br> - * Governor of Georgia Carl E. Sanders (1963-1967) (Atlanta Alumni)<br> - * Governor of Florida W. Haydon Burns (1965-1967)<br> - * Governor of Kansas William H. Avery (1965-1967) (Alpha Omega)<br> - * Governor of Illinois Otto Kerner, Jr. (1961-1968) (Epsilon)<br> - * Governor of Tennessee Buford Ellington (1959-1963, 1967-1971) (Delta Kappa)<br> - * Governor of Wisconsin Warren P. Knowles (1965-1971) (Alpha Mu)<br> - * Governor of Colorado John Arthur Love (1963-1973) (Gamma Zeta)<br> - * Governor of Missouri Warren E. Hearnes (1965-1973) (Delta Sigma)<br> - * Governor of Texas Preston E. Smith (1969-1973) (Eta Theta)<br> - * Governor of California Ronald Reagan (1966-1975) (Alpha Zeta)<br> - * Governor of Utah Calvin L. Rampton (1965-1977) (Alpha Theta)<br> - * Governor of Iowa Robert D. Ray (1969-1983) (Beta Phi)<br> - * Governor of Michigan William G. Milliken (1969-1983) (Motor City Alumni)<br> - * Governor of Tennessee Lamar Alexander (1979-1987) (Delta Kappa)<br> - * Lt. Governor of Missouri Thomas F. Eagleton (1965-1968) (Upsilon)<br> - * Lt. Governor of New Mexico Joseph M. Montoya (1947-1957) (Beta Tau)<br> - * Lt. Governor of Michigan William G. Milliken (1965-1969) (Motor City Alumni)<br> - * Lt. Governor of Texas Preston Smith (1963-1968)<br> - * Lt. Governor of Wisconsin Warren P. Knowles (1965-1961)<br> - * Lt. Governor of Michigan John Swainson (1958-1960) (Motor City Alumni)<br> - * Lt. Governor of Georgia Ernest Vandiver (1954-1958)<br> - * Lt. Governor of North Carolina Luther H. Hodges (1952-1954)<br> - <br> - <br> - '''State Legislators and Civic Leaders'''<br> - <br> - * James Antonio - Missouri State Auditor, 1978-1984 (Upsilon)<br> - * W. Haydon Burns - Mayor of Jacksonville, Florida (1949-1965)<br> - * Hal Daub - Mayor of Omaha, Nebraska (1995-2001) (Alpha Lambda)<br> - * Richard Lugar Mayor of Indianapolis, Indiana<br> - * Neal Randolph Fosseen - Mayor of Spokane, Washington (1960-1967)<br> - * Robert D. Ray, Mayor of Des Moines, Iowa<br> - * Oscar Arthur Kirkman - Mayor of High Point, North Carolina (1939-1943); North Carolina House of Representatives (1949-1952); North Carolina State Senator, 17th District (1953-1959)<br> - * Tom Adams - Secretary of State of Florida (1961-1971)<br> - * Millard F. Caldwell - Florida House of Representatives (1929-1932) (Alpha Phi)<br> - * Jim Tullis - Florida State of Representatives, 17th District (1999-Present)<br> - * Willie F. Logan - Florida House of Representatives, 103rd District (1983-Present)<br> - * Robert D. Fleming - Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1938-1950); Pennsylvania State Senator (1950-Present)<br> - * Frank Patton Cooke - North Carolina State Senator, 26th District (1955-1959)<br> - * Clarence W. Meadows - West Virginia House of Delegates, Raleigh County (1931-1932)<br> - * Richard Arthur Young - Michigan House of Representatives, 32nd &amp; 33rd Districts (1965-1994)<br> - * James F. Antonio - State Auditor of Missouri (1979-Present)<br> - * Kent Hance - Texas State Senate, 28th District (1975–1979); Chanchelor of Texas Tech University (2007-Present)<br> - * Charles Lake, PhD - Life Member, Business Academic Chair Faulkner State College (1986–present)<br> - * Frank A. Barrett - Wyoming State Senator (Beta Nu)<br> - * Thomas F. Eagleton - Attorney General of Missouri (1961-1965) (Upsilon)<br> - * Joseph M. Montoya - New Mexico House of Representatives; New Mexico State Senate<br> - <br> - '''State Judges'''<br> - <br> - * Millard F. Caldwell - Justice of Florida State Supreme Court (1962-1969) (Alpha Phi)<br> - * Robert P. Griffin - Justice of the Michigan State Supreme Court (1987-1994)<br> - * William G. Milliken - Justice of the Michigan State Supreme Court (Motor City Alumni)<br> - <br> - '''International'''<br> - <br> - * Benazir Bhutto, Prime Minister of Pakistan (1988-1990; 1993-1996) (Xi Chi)<br> - * Leonard Firestone, U.S. Ambassador to Belgium (1974-1976) (Alpha Zeta)<br> - * Robert S. McNamara, president of the World Bank Group (1968-1981) (Phi)<br> - * Val Peterson, U.S. Ambassador to Denmark (1957-1961) (Zeta)<br> - * Val Peterson, U.S. Ambassador to Finland (1969–1973) (Zeta)<br> - * Daniel C. Roper, U.S. Ambassador to Canada (1939) (Beta Eta)<br> - * G. Mennen Williams, U.S. Ambassador to The Philippines (1968)<br> - <br> - [edit] Business and Industry Leaders<br> - <br> - '''Retail'''<br> - J.C. Hall was initiated into the Psi chapter at the University of Kansas. Hall is the founder of Kansas City-based Hallmark Cards.<br> - <br> - * Jack E. Bush, former president and director of Michaels arts and crafts stores; president of Raintree Partners (Upsilon)<br> - * Artemus D. Davis, President, Winn-Dixie (Alpha Kappa)<br> - * J.E. Davis, Founder, Winn-Dixie<br> - * Bernard Faubert, Chief Executive Officer, K-Mart<br> - * Joyce C. Hall, Founder, Hallmark Cards (Psi)<br> - * Bernie Marcus, Founder, The Home Depot<br> - * Gordon M. Metcalf, Chairman and CEO, Sears Holdings Corporation (Gamma)<br> - * James Cash Penney, Founder, J. C. Penney (Upsilon)<br> - * John W. Taylor, Senior Vice President, McGraw-Hill (Epsilon Chi)<br> - * Bert L. Thomas, President, Winn-Dixie (Alpha Theta)<br> - <br> - '''Media'''<br> - <br> - * Malcolm 'Steve' Forbes Jr., Editor-in-Chief, Forbes Magazine<br> - * Randolph C. Wood, Vice President, Paramount Pictures (Delta Kappa)<br> - <br> - '''Pharmaceuticals'''<br> - <br> - * E. Gifford Upjohn, President, Upjohn (Gamma Tau)<br> - <br> - '''Hotels'''<br> - <br> - * J. Willard Marriott, Founder, Marriott International (Beta Mu)<br> - <br> - '''Aeronautics'''<br> - <br> - * William M. Allen, president of Boeing from 1945-1970; chairman from 1970-1972 (Rho)<br> - * Walter F. Burke, president, McDonnell-Douglas (Delta Sigma)<br> - * Donald Douglas, Jr., president, Douglas Aircraft Company (Alpha Upsilon)<br> - * Charles E. Haneline, vice-president of United Airlines (Gamma)<br> - * David S. Lewis, Jr., president of McDonnell Aircraft from 1962-1967; chairman and CEO of General Dynamics from 1971 to 1985 (Alpha Lambda)<br> - * Edward V. Rickenbacker, World War I Medal of Honor recipient; chairman of Eastern Air Lines from 1954-1963 (Milwaukee Alumni)<br> - * Robert F. Six, founder and CEO of Continental Airlines from 1936-1981 (Beta)<br> - * C.R. Smith, president of American Airlines from 1934 to 1968 and from 1973 to 1974 (Iota)<br> - * Dwane L. Wallace, president of Cessna from 1936-1975 (Gamma Upsilon)<br> - <br> - '''Finance and Insurance'''<br> - <br> - * Arthur Andersen, Founder, Arthur Andersen (Gamma)<br> - * Seth C. Beise, President, Bank of America (Alpha Eta)<br> - * Edward A. Kangas, CEO &amp; Chairman of the Board, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu (Psi)<br> - * David Dodd, Co-Author, Security Analysis<br> - * Dudley Dowell, President, New York Life Insurance Company (Gamma Epsilon)<br> - * Edward A. Schrader, Partner, Goldman Sachs (Beta Gamma)<br> - <br> - '''Construction and Raw Materials'''<br> - <br> - * Elmer L. Andersen, President, HB Fuller Company<br> - * Murray M. Baker, President, Caterpillar Inc. (Gamma Theta)<br> - * Roger M. Blough, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel (Epsilon Rho)<br> - * Harold Boeschenstein, President, Owens-Corning (Epsilon)<br> - * Leonard Firestone, President, Firestone Tire and Rubber Company (Alpha Zeta)<br> - * Edwin Hays Gott, President, U.S. Steel (Alpha Sigma)<br> - * Edward J. Rapp, vice president of Caterpillar Inc. (Upsilon)<br> - * Leslie B. Worthington, President, U.S. Steel (Epsilon)<br> - <br> - '''Food and Beverage'''<br> - <br> - * J. Paul Austin, president of Coca-Cola from 1962-1971; chairman from 1970-1981 (Atlanta Alumni)<br> - * Jeffrey A. Blade, senior vice president and CFO, Steak N Shake (Lambda Upsilon)<br> - * Harry A. Bullis, Chairman of the Board, General Mills (Alpha Eta)<br> - * Jack A. Dinos, President, Mocha Coffee Company, Founder and CEO, Southern Tea Company (Alpha Epsilon)<br> - * Leonard Firestone, Founder, Firestone Vinyards (Alpha Zeta)<br> - * Samuel F. Hinkle, President, The Hershey Company (Gamma Epsilon)<br> - * Harrison Jones, Chairman of the Board, The Coca-Cola Company (Pi)<br> - * Norman R. Klug, President, Miller Brewing (Alpha Psi)<br> - * William E. Schiller, Chairman of the Board, The Hershey Company (Phi)<br> - * Daniel L. Kordenbrock,Future Chief Financial Officer, Anheuser-Busch (Upsilon)<br> - <br> - '''Automotive'''<br> - <br> - * John J. Cronin, vice-president of General Motors (Beta Theta)<br> - * Harlow H. Curtice, president of General Motors from 1953-1958 (Phi)<br> - * Frederic G. Donner, chairman of the board of General Motors from 1958-1967 (Phi)<br> - * Richard C. Gerstenberg, treasurer, vice-president, and vice-chairman of the board of General Motors from 1967-1972 (Phi)<br> - * Arjay R. Miller, President, Ford Motor Company (Phi)<br> - * George W. Romney, Chairman of the Board, American Motors Corporation<br> - * James A. Ryder, Founder, Ryder (Beta Pi)<br> - <br> - '''Telecommunications and Utilities'''<br> - <br> - * Edwin M. Clark, President, Southwestern Bell Telephone (Upsilon)<br> - * Joe T. Ford, co-founder, former CEO, and current chairman, Alltel (Beta Zeta)<br> - * Wilfred D. Gillen, President, Bell Telephone (Epsilon Rho)<br> - * James W. McAfee, President, Union Electric (Upsilon)<br> - * Henry Duques, Chairman and CEO, First Data Corporation (Beta Mu)<br> - <br> - '''Science and Culture'''<br> - <br> - ''NASA''<br> - F. Story Musgrave was initiated at the Alpha Omicron chapter at Syracuse University. Musgrave is the only astronaut to have flown missions on all five Space Shuttles.<br> - <br> - * F. Story Musgrave, Most Experienced Astronaut in History (Alpha Omicron)<br> - * Samuel C. Phillips, Major General and Director, Project Apollo (Upsilon)<br> - * William C. Schneider, Missions Operations Director, Gemini Program (Upsilon)<br> - * Robert E. Lockwood, Mission Director, Apollo 13, Project Apollo (Upsilon)<br> - <br> - ''Foundations, Organizations, and Religion''<br> - Edwin J. Feulner, Jr. was initiated as a student at the Gamma Sigma chapter at Regis University. He has served as president of the Heritage Foundation since 1977.<br> - <br> - * Thomas S. Monson, couselor in the First Presidency, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints<br> - * Elmer Ellis, President, University of Missouri–Columbia (1954-1963), and University of Missouri System (1963-1966)<br> - * Kent Hance, Chancellor Texas Tech University (2006-Present)<br> - * Harold E. Stassen, President, University of Pennsylvania (1948-1953)<br> - * Edwin Feulner, President, Heritage Foundation<br> - * Oscar Arthur Kirkman, President, American Cancer Society (1953-1954)<br> - * Ronald Reagan, President, Screen Actors Guild, (1947–1952, 1959-1960)<br> - * Lamar Alexander, President, University of Tennessee<br> - * Robert D. Ray, President, Drake University<br> - * Paul Torgersen, President, Virginia Tech (1994-2000)<br> - * Charles Steger, President, Virginia Tech (2000-Present)<br> - * George Kozmetsky, Founder, IC2 Institute<br> - * William Alexander Scroggs, Raymond D. Shannon, and Dick Hurst, Founders, Kappa Kappa Psi Honorary Band Fraternity<br> - <br> - ''September 11th Victims and Heroes''<br> - <br> - * Thomas E. Burnett Jr., Passenger on United Airlines Flight 93, (Alpha Eta)]<br> - <br> - '''Entertainment'''<br> - <br> - * David Hartman, original host of Good Morning America (Beta Eta)<br> - * Pedro Herrera III, Rapper, Chingo Bling, CEO Big Chile Records (Nu Pi)<br> - * Rebekah "Becky" Lee, Second Runner Up on CBS's "Survivor: Cook Islands" (Phi)<br> - * Theodore M. McCarty, CEO of Gibson Guitars from 1948-1966 (Eta)<br> - ----- /!\ Edit conflict! 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Known as the "Brooklyn Four," they decided to establish a Professional Business Fraternity in order to foster brotherhood and to garner recognition of their school's achievements in the fields of finance, accounts and commerce. The Brooklyn Bridge is a testament of their commitment to each other and to excellence in the fields of business. In 1904 their vision materialized into Alpha Kappa Psi, the first professional business fraternity.<br> + <br> + In 2000, the United Kingdom was established as the Fraternity's 14th region, with chapters in Manchester, England, thus making it the first American Professional Fraternity to expand overseas. Today, more than 295 college chapters and 90 alumni chapters have been installed, and more than 200,000 members have been initiated. Alpha Kappa Psi not only continues to expand, but to lead all others.<br> + <br> + =='''History of Upsilon Psi Chapter'''==<br> + -----<br> + <br> + Our founders, inspired by the vision of Alpha Kappa Psi, worked diligently to foster an environment where genuine brotherhood and business prowess would form the backbone of our chapter. Their fearless ambition and undying dedication led to the establishment of the Upsilon Psi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi at the University of California, Davis on November 23, 2002. The strength of our chapter lies in the diversity of its members. Members from various fields of study – from food science to managerial economics – each contribute a unique, business perspective that ultimately produces a well-rounded fraternity. If diversity is the strength that drives our chapter, it is the loyalty in brotherhood that keeps it together. Our ever-growing network of seasoned alumni consists of successful graduates that remain actively involved and never hesitate to assist or guide our members. We believe that a strong and balanced foundation prepares our members not only to excel but to lead, because that is what the Upsilon Psi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi is about: developing principled business leaders.<br> + <br> + ='''Objects of the Fraternity'''=<br> + -----<br> + <br> + 1. To further the individual welfare of its members;<br> + 2. To foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance;<br> + 3. To educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein;<br> + 4. To promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business administration<br> + <br> + '''Statistics''':<br> + * Number of active student chapters: 204 in the United States, 3 in Canada (plus 1 colony), and 1 in the United Kingdom<br> + * AKPsi is the only Business Fraternity to have active International Chapters<br> + * Number of Chapters chartered since founding in 1904: 318<br> + * New charters granted in 2007-2008 (to date): 1 (Binghamton University (Omega Zeta))<br> + * Chapters re-chartered: 2 (Boston University (Nu), George Washington University (Beta Mu))<br> + * Initiates in 2005-2006: 5,697<br> + * Initiates in 2006-2007: 6,001<br> + * Initiates since 1904: more than 247,000<br> + * Number of current student members: 9,978<br> + * 2005 Convention attendance (Las Vegas): 805<br> + * 2007 Success Institute attendance: 2,351<br> + * Alpha Kappa Psi first admitted women into the fraternity in August 1976.<br> + <br> + <br> + '''Links to more information''':<br> + <br> + http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpha_Kappa_Psi<br> + http://www.davisakpsi.com<br> + http://http://youtube.com/user/davisakpsi<br> + <br> + <br> + <br> + -----<br> + <br> + <br> + '''Notable Alumni of Alpha Kappa Psi''':<br> + <br> + '''Government'''<br> + <br> + '''U.S. Presidents and Vice Presidents'''<br> + Ronald Reagan was initiated as an honorary member in 1963 by the Alpha Zeta chapter at USC. This preceeded his enterance into elected office.<br> + Richard Nixon was initiated as an honorary member in 1960 by the Beta Omicron chapter at Wayne State University. He was U.S. Vice President at that time.<br> + <br> + * U.S. President Ronald Reagan (1981-1989) (Alpha Zeta)<br> + * U.S. President Richard Nixon (1969-1974) (Beta Omicron)<br> + * U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon (1953-1961) (Beta Omicron)<br> + <br> + '''U.S. Senators and Representatives'''<br> + Barry Goldwater, a five-term Republican U.S. Senator from Arizona was initiated by the Beta Mu chapter at GWU. He was the Republican Party's nominee for the 1964 U.S. Presidential Election.<br> + <br> + * U.S. Senator from Tennessee Lamar Alexander (2002-Current) (Delta Kappa)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Wyoming Michael B. Enzi (1997-Current) (Beta Mu)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Indiana Richard Lugar (1977-Current) (Indianapolis Alumni)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Oregon Mark O. Hatfield (1967-1997) (Kappa)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Mississippi John C. Stennis (1947-1989); President Pro Tempore (1987-1989) (Delta Lambda)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Missouri Thomas F. Eagleton (1969-1987) (Upsilon)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Arizona Barry M. Goldwater (1953-1965, 1969-1987) (Beta Mu)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Texas John G. Tower (1961-1985) (Epsilon Eta)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Washington Henry M. Jackson (1953-1983) (Rho)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Georgia Herman E. Talmadge (1957-1981) (Pi)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Michigan Robert P. Griffin (1966-1979); Senate Minority Whip (1969-1977) (Epsilon Zeta)<br> + * U.S. Senator from New Mexico Joseph M. Montoya (1964-1977) (Beta Tau)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Arkansas John L. McClellan (1943-1977) (Epsilon Omicron)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Missouri W. Stuart Symington (1953-1976) (Delta Sigma)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Florida Edward J. Gurney (1969-1974) (Alpha Phi)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Texas Ralph W. Yarborough (1957-1971) (Beta Tau)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Illinois Paul H. Douglas (1949-1967) (Epsilon)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Massachusetts Leverett A. Saltonstall (1945-1967) Senate Minority Whip, Senate Majority Whip(Gamma Nu)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Wisconsin Alexander Wiley (1939-1963) (Delta Phi)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Wyoming Frank A. Barrett (1953-1959) (Beta Nu)<br> + * U.S. Senator from California Richard Nixon (1950-1953) (Beta Omicron)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Nebraska Kenneth S. Wherry (1943-1951) Senate Minority Whip, Senate Majority Whip, Senate Minority Leader (Xi)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Kansas Harry Darby (1949-1950) (Psi)<br> + * U.S. Senator from North Carolina William B. Umstead (1946-1948) (Alpha Tau)<br> + * U.S. Senator from New Jersey Arthur Walsh (1943-1944) (Alpha)<br> + * U.S. Representative from North Carolina, William B. Umstead (1933-1939) (Alpha Tau)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Texas, 19th District Randy Neugebauer (2003-Current) (Eta Theta)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Nebraska, 2nd District Harold Daub (1981-1989) (Alpha Lambda)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Texas, 19th District Kent Hance (1979–1985) (Eta Theta)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Virginia, 6th District James Lindsay Almond, Jr. (1946-1948) (Beta Xi)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Florida, 3rd District Millard F. Caldwell (1933-1941) (Alpha Phi)<br> + * U.S. Representative from California, 12th District Richard Nixon (1947-1950) (Beta Omicron)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Wyoming, At-Large Frank A. Barrett (1943–1951) (Beta Nu)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Washington, 2nd District Henry M. Jackson (1941-1953) (Rho)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Michigan, 9th District Robert P. Griffin (1957-1966)(Epsilon Zeta)<br> + * U.S. Representative from New Mexico, At-Large Joseph M. Montoya (1957-1964) (Beta Tau)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Arkansas, 6th District John L. McClellan (1935-1938) (Epsilon Omicron)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Florida, 11th &amp; 5th District Edward J. Gurney (1962-1968) (Alpha Phi)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Kansas, 1st District William H. Avery (1955-1965) (Alpha Omega)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Illinois, At-Large William Stratton (1940-42, 1944-46) (Delta Psi)<br> + <br> + ''U.S. Secretaries, Chairs, and Advisors''<br> + <br> + * U.S. Secretary of Commerce Luther H. Hodges (Alpha Tau)<br> + * U.S. Secretary of Commerce Daniel C. Roper (Beta Eta)<br> + * U.S. Secretary of Commerce C. R. Smith (Iota)<br> + * U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development George W. Romney (Phi)<br> + * U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara (Phi)<br> + * U.S. Secretary of Education Lamar Alexander<br> + * Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs G. Mennen Williams<br> + * U.S. Secretary of the Air Force W. Stuart Symington (Served as the First Secretary) (1947-1950) (Delta Sigma)<br> + * Federal Reserve Board Chairman William McChesney Martin, Jr. (Beta Mu)<br> + * Presidential Economic Advisor Walter Heller, Advisor to the John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson (Alpha Eta) Administrations<br> + * Commissioner of Internal Revenue Daniel C. Roper (Beta Eta)<br> + <br> + ''Federal Judges''<br> + <br> + * James Lindsay Almond, Jr. - Judge of U.S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals (1962-1982); Judge of U.S. Court of Appeals (1982-1986) (Beta Xi)<br> + * Otto Kerner, Jr. - Judge of United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (19681974)<br> + <br> + ''State Governors''<br> + <br> + * Governor of Arkansas Carl E. Bailey (1937-1941) (Beta Zeta)<br> + * Governor of Minnesota Harold E. Stassen (1939-1943) (Alpha Eta)<br> + * Governor of Massachusetts Leverett A. Saltonstall (1939-1945)(Gamma Nu)<br> + * Governor of West Virginia Clarence W. Meadows (1945-1949) (Alpha Delta)<br> + * Governor of Florida Millard F. Caldwell (1945-1949) (Alpha Phi)<br> + * Governor of Nebraska Val Peterson (1947-1953) (Zeta)<br> + * Governor of Wyoming Frank A. Barrett (1951-1953) (Beta Nu)<br> + * Governor of North Carolina William B. Umstead (1953-1954) (Alpha Tau)<br> + * Governor of Georgia Herman E. Talmadge (1947-1955) (Pi)<br> + * Governor of California Goodwin J. Knight (1953-1959) (Alpha Zeta)<br> + * Governor of Wisconsin Vernon W. Thomson (1957-1959) (Alpha Mu)<br> + * Governor of Michigan G. Mennen Williams (1949-1961) (Eta Zeta)<br> + * Governor of Illinois William G. Stratton (1953-1961) (Delta Psi)<br> + * Governor of North Carolina Luther H. Hodges (1954-1961) (Alpha Tau)<br> + * Governor of Florida LeRoy Collins (1955-1961) (Beta Psi)<br> + * Governor of Michigan George W. Romney (1954-1962) (Phi)<br> + * Governor of Virginia James Lindsay Almond, Jr. (1958-1962) (Beta Xi)<br> + * Governor of Georgia S. Ernest Vandiver (1959-1963) (Pi)<br> + * Governor of Michigan John B. Swainson (1961-1963) (Eta Zeta)<br> + * Governor of Minnesota Elmer L. Andersen (1961-1963) (Alpha Eta)<br> + * Governor of Vermont F. Ray Keyser, Jr. (1961-1963) (Gamma Omicron)<br> + * Governor of Kansas John Anderson, Jr. (1961-1965) (Psi)<br> + * Governor of Oregon Mark O. Hatfield (1959-1967) (Kappa)<br> + * Governor of Georgia Carl E. Sanders (1963-1967) (Atlanta Alumni)<br> + * Governor of Florida W. Haydon Burns (1965-1967)<br> + * Governor of Kansas William H. Avery (1965-1967) (Alpha Omega)<br> + * Governor of Illinois Otto Kerner, Jr. (1961-1968) (Epsilon)<br> + * Governor of Tennessee Buford Ellington (1959-1963, 1967-1971) (Delta Kappa)<br> + * Governor of Wisconsin Warren P. Knowles (1965-1971) (Alpha Mu)<br> + * Governor of Colorado John Arthur Love (1963-1973) (Gamma Zeta)<br> + * Governor of Missouri Warren E. Hearnes (1965-1973) (Delta Sigma)<br> + * Governor of Texas Preston E. Smith (1969-1973) (Eta Theta)<br> + * Governor of California Ronald Reagan (1966-1975) (Alpha Zeta)<br> + * Governor of Utah Calvin L. Rampton (1965-1977) (Alpha Theta)<br> + * Governor of Iowa Robert D. Ray (1969-1983) (Beta Phi)<br> + * Governor of Michigan William G. Milliken (1969-1983) (Motor City Alumni)<br> + * Governor of Tennessee Lamar Alexander (1979-1987) (Delta Kappa)<br> + * Lt. Governor of Missouri Thomas F. Eagleton (1965-1968) (Upsilon)<br> + * Lt. Governor of New Mexico Joseph M. Montoya (1947-1957) (Beta Tau)<br> + * Lt. Governor of Michigan William G. Milliken (1965-1969) (Motor City Alumni)<br> + * Lt. Governor of Texas Preston Smith (1963-1968)<br> + * Lt. Governor of Wisconsin Warren P. Knowles (1965-1961)<br> + * Lt. Governor of Michigan John Swainson (1958-1960) (Motor City Alumni)<br> + * Lt. Governor of Georgia Ernest Vandiver (1954-1958)<br> + * Lt. Governor of North Carolina Luther H. Hodges (1952-1954)<br> + <br> + <br> + '''State Legislators and Civic Leaders'''<br> + <br> + * James Antonio - Missouri State Auditor, 1978-1984 (Upsilon)<br> + * W. Haydon Burns - Mayor of Jacksonville, Florida (1949-1965)<br> + * Hal Daub - Mayor of Omaha, Nebraska (1995-2001) (Alpha Lambda)<br> + * Richard Lugar Mayor of Indianapolis, Indiana<br> + * Neal Randolph Fosseen - Mayor of Spokane, Washington (1960-1967)<br> + * Robert D. Ray, Mayor of Des Moines, Iowa<br> + * Oscar Arthur Kirkman - Mayor of High Point, North Carolina (1939-1943); North Carolina House of Representatives (1949-1952); North Carolina State Senator, 17th District (1953-1959)<br> + * Tom Adams - Secretary of State of Florida (1961-1971)<br> + * Millard F. Caldwell - Florida House of Representatives (1929-1932) (Alpha Phi)<br> + * Jim Tullis - Florida State of Representatives, 17th District (1999-Present)<br> + * Willie F. Logan - Florida House of Representatives, 103rd District (1983-Present)<br> + * Robert D. Fleming - Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1938-1950); Pennsylvania State Senator (1950-Present)<br> + * Frank Patton Cooke - North Carolina State Senator, 26th District (1955-1959)<br> + * Clarence W. Meadows - West Virginia House of Delegates, Raleigh County (1931-1932)<br> + * Richard Arthur Young - Michigan House of Representatives, 32nd &amp; 33rd Districts (1965-1994)<br> + * James F. Antonio - State Auditor of Missouri (1979-Present)<br> + * Kent Hance - Texas State Senate, 28th District (1975–1979); Chanchelor of Texas Tech University (2007-Present)<br> + * Charles Lake, PhD - Life Member, Business Academic Chair Faulkner State College (1986–present)<br> + * Frank A. Barrett - Wyoming State Senator (Beta Nu)<br> + * Thomas F. Eagleton - Attorney General of Missouri (1961-1965) (Upsilon)<br> + * Joseph M. Montoya - New Mexico House of Representatives; New Mexico State Senate<br> + <br> + '''State Judges'''<br> + <br> + * Millard F. Caldwell - Justice of Florida State Supreme Court (1962-1969) (Alpha Phi)<br> + * Robert P. Griffin - Justice of the Michigan State Supreme Court (1987-1994)<br> + * William G. Milliken - Justice of the Michigan State Supreme Court (Motor City Alumni)<br> + <br> + '''International'''<br> + <br> + * Benazir Bhutto, Prime Minister of Pakistan (1988-1990; 1993-1996) (Xi Chi)<br> + * Leonard Firestone, U.S. Ambassador to Belgium (1974-1976) (Alpha Zeta)<br> + * Robert S. McNamara, president of the World Bank Group (1968-1981) (Phi)<br> + * Val Peterson, U.S. Ambassador to Denmark (1957-1961) (Zeta)<br> + * Val Peterson, U.S. Ambassador to Finland (1969–1973) (Zeta)<br> + * Daniel C. Roper, U.S. Ambassador to Canada (1939) (Beta Eta)<br> + * G. Mennen Williams, U.S. Ambassador to The Philippines (1968)<br> + <br> + [edit] Business and Industry Leaders<br> + <br> + '''Retail'''<br> + J.C. Hall was initiated into the Psi chapter at the University of Kansas. Hall is the founder of Kansas City-based Hallmark Cards.<br> + <br> + * Jack E. Bush, former president and director of Michaels arts and crafts stores; president of Raintree Partners (Upsilon)<br> + * Artemus D. Davis, President, Winn-Dixie (Alpha Kappa)<br> + * J.E. Davis, Founder, Winn-Dixie<br> + * Bernard Faubert, Chief Executive Officer, K-Mart<br> + * Joyce C. Hall, Founder, Hallmark Cards (Psi)<br> + * Bernie Marcus, Founder, The Home Depot<br> + * Gordon M. Metcalf, Chairman and CEO, Sears Holdings Corporation (Gamma)<br> + * James Cash Penney, Founder, J. C. Penney (Upsilon)<br> + * John W. Taylor, Senior Vice President, McGraw-Hill (Epsilon Chi)<br> + * Bert L. Thomas, President, Winn-Dixie (Alpha Theta)<br> + <br> + '''Media'''<br> + <br> + * Malcolm 'Steve' Forbes Jr., Editor-in-Chief, Forbes Magazine<br> + * Randolph C. Wood, Vice President, Paramount Pictures (Delta Kappa)<br> + <br> + '''Pharmaceuticals'''<br> + <br> + * E. Gifford Upjohn, President, Upjohn (Gamma Tau)<br> + <br> + '''Hotels'''<br> + <br> + * J. Willard Marriott, Founder, Marriott International (Beta Mu)<br> + <br> + '''Aeronautics'''<br> + <br> + * William M. Allen, president of Boeing from 1945-1970; chairman from 1970-1972 (Rho)<br> + * Walter F. Burke, president, McDonnell-Douglas (Delta Sigma)<br> + * Donald Douglas, Jr., president, Douglas Aircraft Company (Alpha Upsilon)<br> + * Charles E. Haneline, vice-president of United Airlines (Gamma)<br> + * David S. Lewis, Jr., president of McDonnell Aircraft from 1962-1967; chairman and CEO of General Dynamics from 1971 to 1985 (Alpha Lambda)<br> + * Edward V. Rickenbacker, World War I Medal of Honor recipient; chairman of Eastern Air Lines from 1954-1963 (Milwaukee Alumni)<br> + * Robert F. Six, founder and CEO of Continental Airlines from 1936-1981 (Beta)<br> + * C.R. Smith, president of American Airlines from 1934 to 1968 and from 1973 to 1974 (Iota)<br> + * Dwane L. Wallace, president of Cessna from 1936-1975 (Gamma Upsilon)<br> + <br> + '''Finance and Insurance'''<br> + <br> + * Arthur Andersen, Founder, Arthur Andersen (Gamma)<br> + * Seth C. Beise, President, Bank of America (Alpha Eta)<br> + * Edward A. Kangas, CEO &amp; Chairman of the Board, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu (Psi)<br> + * David Dodd, Co-Author, Security Analysis<br> + * Dudley Dowell, President, New York Life Insurance Company (Gamma Epsilon)<br> + * Edward A. Schrader, Partner, Goldman Sachs (Beta Gamma)<br> + <br> + '''Construction and Raw Materials'''<br> + <br> + * Elmer L. Andersen, President, HB Fuller Company<br> + * Murray M. Baker, President, Caterpillar Inc. (Gamma Theta)<br> + * Roger M. Blough, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel (Epsilon Rho)<br> + * Harold Boeschenstein, President, Owens-Corning (Epsilon)<br> + * Leonard Firestone, President, Firestone Tire and Rubber Company (Alpha Zeta)<br> + * Edwin Hays Gott, President, U.S. Steel (Alpha Sigma)<br> + * Edward J. Rapp, vice president of Caterpillar Inc. (Upsilon)<br> + * Leslie B. Worthington, President, U.S. Steel (Epsilon)<br> + <br> + '''Food and Beverage'''<br> + <br> + * J. Paul Austin, president of Coca-Cola from 1962-1971; chairman from 1970-1981 (Atlanta Alumni)<br> + * Jeffrey A. Blade, senior vice president and CFO, Steak N Shake (Lambda Upsilon)<br> + * Harry A. Bullis, Chairman of the Board, General Mills (Alpha Eta)<br> + * Jack A. Dinos, President, Mocha Coffee Company, Founder and CEO, Southern Tea Company (Alpha Epsilon)<br> + * Leonard Firestone, Founder, Firestone Vinyards (Alpha Zeta)<br> + * Samuel F. Hinkle, President, The Hershey Company (Gamma Epsilon)<br> + * Harrison Jones, Chairman of the Board, The Coca-Cola Company (Pi)<br> + * Norman R. Klug, President, Miller Brewing (Alpha Psi)<br> + * William E. Schiller, Chairman of the Board, The Hershey Company (Phi)<br> + * Daniel L. Kordenbrock,Future Chief Financial Officer, Anheuser-Busch (Upsilon)<br> + <br> + '''Automotive'''<br> + <br> + * John J. Cronin, vice-president of General Motors (Beta Theta)<br> + * Harlow H. Curtice, president of General Motors from 1953-1958 (Phi)<br> + * Frederic G. Donner, chairman of the board of General Motors from 1958-1967 (Phi)<br> + * Richard C. Gerstenberg, treasurer, vice-president, and vice-chairman of the board of General Motors from 1967-1972 (Phi)<br> + * Arjay R. Miller, President, Ford Motor Company (Phi)<br> + * George W. Romney, Chairman of the Board, American Motors Corporation<br> + * James A. Ryder, Founder, Ryder (Beta Pi)<br> + <br> + '''Telecommunications and Utilities'''<br> + <br> + * Edwin M. Clark, President, Southwestern Bell Telephone (Upsilon)<br> + * Joe T. Ford, co-founder, former CEO, and current chairman, Alltel (Beta Zeta)<br> + * Wilfred D. Gillen, President, Bell Telephone (Epsilon Rho)<br> + * James W. McAfee, President, Union Electric (Upsilon)<br> + * Henry Duques, Chairman and CEO, First Data Corporation (Beta Mu)<br> + <br> + '''Science and Culture'''<br> + <br> + ''NASA''<br> + F. Story Musgrave was initiated at the Alpha Omicron chapter at Syracuse University. Musgrave is the only astronaut to have flown missions on all five Space Shuttles.<br> + <br> + * F. Story Musgrave, Most Experienced Astronaut in History (Alpha Omicron)<br> + * Samuel C. Phillips, Major General and Director, Project Apollo (Upsilon)<br> + * William C. Schneider, Missions Operations Director, Gemini Program (Upsilon)<br> + * Robert E. Lockwood, Mission Director, Apollo 13, Project Apollo (Upsilon)<br> + <br> + ''Foundations, Organizations, and Religion''<br> + Edwin J. Feulner, Jr. was initiated as a student at the Gamma Sigma chapter at Regis University. He has served as president of the Heritage Foundation since 1977.<br> + <br> + * Thomas S. Monson, couselor in the First Presidency, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints<br> + * Elmer Ellis, President, University of Missouri–Columbia (1954-1963), and University of Missouri System (1963-1966)<br> + * Kent Hance, Chancellor Texas Tech University (2006-Present)<br> + * Harold E. Stassen, President, University of Pennsylvania (1948-1953)<br> + * Edwin Feulner, President, Heritage Foundation<br> + * Oscar Arthur Kirkman, President, American Cancer Society (1953-1954)<br> + * Ronald Reagan, President, Screen Actors Guild, (1947–1952, 1959-1960)<br> + * Lamar Alexander, President, University of Tennessee<br> + * Robert D. Ray, President, Drake University<br> + * Paul Torgersen, President, Virginia Tech (1994-2000)<br> + * Charles Steger, President, Virginia Tech (2000-Present)<br> + * George Kozmetsky, Founder, IC2 Institute<br> + * William Alexander Scroggs, Raymond D. Shannon, and Dick Hurst, Founders, Kappa Kappa Psi Honorary Band Fraternity<br> + <br> + ''September 11th Victims and Heroes''<br> + <br> + * Thomas E. Burnett Jr., Passenger on United Airlines Flight 93, (Alpha Eta)]<br> + <br> + '''Entertainment'''<br> + <br> + * David Hartman, original host of Good Morning America (Beta Eta)<br> + * Pedro Herrera III, Rapper, Chingo Bling, CEO Big Chile Records (Nu Pi)<br> + * Rebekah "Becky" Lee, Second Runner Up on CBS's "Survivor: Cook Islands" (Phi)<br> + * Theodore M. McCarty, CEO of Gibson Guitars from 1948-1966 (Eta)<br> + ----- /!\ Edit conflict! 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Known as the "Brooklyn Four," they decided to establish a Professional Business Fraternity in order to foster brotherhood and to garner recognition of their school's achievements in the fields of finance, accounts and commerce. The Brooklyn Bridge is a testament of their commitment to each other and to excellence in the fields of business. In 1904 their vision materialized into Alpha Kappa Psi, the first professional business fraternity.<br> - <br> - In 2000, the United Kingdom was established as the Fraternity's 14th region, with chapters in Manchester, England, thus making it the first American Professional Fraternity to expand overseas. Today, more than 295 college chapters and 90 alumni chapters have been installed, and more than 200,000 members have been initiated. Alpha Kappa Psi not only continues to expand, but to lead all others.<br> - <br> - ='''History of Upsilon Psi Chapter'''=<br> - -----<br> - <br> - Our founders, inspired by the vision of Alpha Kappa Psi, worked diligently to foster an environment where genuine brotherhood and business prowess would form the backbone of our chapter. Their fearless ambition and undying dedication led to the establishment of the Upsilon Psi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi at the University of California, Davis on November 23, 2002. The strength of our chapter lies in the diversity of its members. Members from various fields of study – from food science to managerial economics – each contribute a unique, business perspective that ultimately produces a well-rounded fraternity. If diversity is the strength that drives our chapter, it is the loyalty in brotherhood that keeps it together. Our ever-growing network of seasoned alumni consists of successful graduates that remain actively involved and never hesitate to assist or guide our members. We believe that a strong and balanced foundation prepares our members not only to excel but to lead, because that is what the Upsilon Psi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi is about: developing principled business leaders.<br> - <br> - ='''Objects of the Fraternity'''=<br> - -----<br> - <br> - 1. To further the individual welfare of its members;<br> - 2. To foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance;<br> - 3. To educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein;<br> - 4. To promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business administration<br> - <br> - '''Statistics''':<br> - * Number of active student chapters: 204 in the United States, 3 in Canada (plus 1 colony), and 1 in the United Kingdom<br> - * AKPsi is the only Business Fraternity to have active International Chapters<br> - * Number of Chapters chartered since founding in 1904: 318<br> - * New charters granted in 2007-2008 (to date): 1 (Binghamton University (Omega Zeta))<br> - * Chapters re-chartered: 2 (Boston University (Nu), George Washington University (Beta Mu))<br> - * Initiates in 2005-2006: 5,697<br> - * Initiates in 2006-2007: 6,001<br> - * Initiates since 1904: more than 247,000<br> - * Number of current student members: 9,978<br> - * 2005 Convention attendance (Las Vegas): 805<br> - * 2007 Success Institute attendance: 2,351<br> - * Alpha Kappa Psi first admitted women into the fraternity in August 1976.<br> - <br> - <br> - '''Links to more information''':<br> - <br> - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpha_Kappa_Psi<br> - http://www.davisakpsi.com<br> - http://http://youtube.com/user/davisakpsi<br> - <br> - <br> - <br> - -----<br> - <br> - <br> - '''Notable Alumni of Alpha Kappa Psi''':<br> - <br> - '''Government'''<br> - <br> - '''U.S. Presidents and Vice Presidents'''<br> - Ronald Reagan was initiated as an honorary member in 1963 by the Alpha Zeta chapter at USC. This preceeded his enterance into elected office.<br> - Richard Nixon was initiated as an honorary member in 1960 by the Beta Omicron chapter at Wayne State University. He was U.S. Vice President at that time.<br> - <br> - * U.S. President Ronald Reagan (1981-1989) (Alpha Zeta)<br> - * U.S. President Richard Nixon (1969-1974) (Beta Omicron)<br> - * U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon (1953-1961) (Beta Omicron)<br> - <br> - '''U.S. Senators and Representatives'''<br> - Barry Goldwater, a five-term Republican U.S. Senator from Arizona was initiated by the Beta Mu chapter at GWU. He was the Republican Party's nominee for the 1964 U.S. Presidential Election.<br> - <br> - * U.S. Senator from Tennessee Lamar Alexander (2002-Current) (Delta Kappa)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Wyoming Michael B. Enzi (1997-Current) (Beta Mu)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Indiana Richard Lugar (1977-Current) (Indianapolis Alumni)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Oregon Mark O. Hatfield (1967-1997) (Kappa)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Mississippi John C. Stennis (1947-1989); President Pro Tempore (1987-1989) (Delta Lambda)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Missouri Thomas F. Eagleton (1969-1987) (Upsilon)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Arizona Barry M. Goldwater (1953-1965, 1969-1987) (Beta Mu)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Texas John G. Tower (1961-1985) (Epsilon Eta)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Washington Henry M. Jackson (1953-1983) (Rho)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Georgia Herman E. Talmadge (1957-1981) (Pi)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Michigan Robert P. Griffin (1966-1979); Senate Minority Whip (1969-1977) (Epsilon Zeta)<br> - * U.S. Senator from New Mexico Joseph M. Montoya (1964-1977) (Beta Tau)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Arkansas John L. McClellan (1943-1977) (Epsilon Omicron)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Missouri W. Stuart Symington (1953-1976) (Delta Sigma)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Florida Edward J. Gurney (1969-1974) (Alpha Phi)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Texas Ralph W. Yarborough (1957-1971) (Beta Tau)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Illinois Paul H. Douglas (1949-1967) (Epsilon)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Massachusetts Leverett A. Saltonstall (1945-1967) Senate Minority Whip, Senate Majority Whip(Gamma Nu)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Wisconsin Alexander Wiley (1939-1963) (Delta Phi)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Wyoming Frank A. Barrett (1953-1959) (Beta Nu)<br> - * U.S. Senator from California Richard Nixon (1950-1953) (Beta Omicron)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Nebraska Kenneth S. Wherry (1943-1951) Senate Minority Whip, Senate Majority Whip, Senate Minority Leader (Xi)<br> - * U.S. Senator from Kansas Harry Darby (1949-1950) (Psi)<br> - * U.S. Senator from North Carolina William B. Umstead (1946-1948) (Alpha Tau)<br> - * U.S. Senator from New Jersey Arthur Walsh (1943-1944) (Alpha)<br> - * U.S. Representative from North Carolina, William B. Umstead (1933-1939) (Alpha Tau)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Texas, 19th District Randy Neugebauer (2003-Current) (Eta Theta)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Nebraska, 2nd District Harold Daub (1981-1989) (Alpha Lambda)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Texas, 19th District Kent Hance (1979–1985) (Eta Theta)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Virginia, 6th District James Lindsay Almond, Jr. (1946-1948) (Beta Xi)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Florida, 3rd District Millard F. Caldwell (1933-1941) (Alpha Phi)<br> - * U.S. Representative from California, 12th District Richard Nixon (1947-1950) (Beta Omicron)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Wyoming, At-Large Frank A. Barrett (1943–1951) (Beta Nu)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Washington, 2nd District Henry M. Jackson (1941-1953) (Rho)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Michigan, 9th District Robert P. Griffin (1957-1966)(Epsilon Zeta)<br> - * U.S. Representative from New Mexico, At-Large Joseph M. Montoya (1957-1964) (Beta Tau)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Arkansas, 6th District John L. McClellan (1935-1938) (Epsilon Omicron)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Florida, 11th &amp; 5th District Edward J. Gurney (1962-1968) (Alpha Phi)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Kansas, 1st District William H. Avery (1955-1965) (Alpha Omega)<br> - * U.S. Representative from Illinois, At-Large William Stratton (1940-42, 1944-46) (Delta Psi)<br> - <br> - ''U.S. Secretaries, Chairs, and Advisors''<br> - <br> - * U.S. Secretary of Commerce Luther H. Hodges (Alpha Tau)<br> - * U.S. Secretary of Commerce Daniel C. Roper (Beta Eta)<br> - * U.S. Secretary of Commerce C. R. Smith (Iota)<br> - * U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development George W. Romney (Phi)<br> - * U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara (Phi)<br> - * U.S. Secretary of Education Lamar Alexander<br> - * Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs G. Mennen Williams<br> - * U.S. Secretary of the Air Force W. Stuart Symington (Served as the First Secretary) (1947-1950) (Delta Sigma)<br> - * Federal Reserve Board Chairman William McChesney Martin, Jr. (Beta Mu)<br> - * Presidential Economic Advisor Walter Heller, Advisor to the John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson (Alpha Eta) Administrations<br> - * Commissioner of Internal Revenue Daniel C. Roper (Beta Eta)<br> - <br> - ''Federal Judges''<br> - <br> - * James Lindsay Almond, Jr. - Judge of U.S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals (1962-1982); Judge of U.S. Court of Appeals (1982-1986) (Beta Xi)<br> - * Otto Kerner, Jr. - Judge of United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (19681974)<br> - <br> - ''State Governors''<br> - <br> - * Governor of Arkansas Carl E. Bailey (1937-1941) (Beta Zeta)<br> - * Governor of Minnesota Harold E. Stassen (1939-1943) (Alpha Eta)<br> - * Governor of Massachusetts Leverett A. Saltonstall (1939-1945)(Gamma Nu)<br> - * Governor of West Virginia Clarence W. Meadows (1945-1949) (Alpha Delta)<br> - * Governor of Florida Millard F. Caldwell (1945-1949) (Alpha Phi)<br> - * Governor of Nebraska Val Peterson (1947-1953) (Zeta)<br> - * Governor of Wyoming Frank A. Barrett (1951-1953) (Beta Nu)<br> - * Governor of North Carolina William B. Umstead (1953-1954) (Alpha Tau)<br> - * Governor of Georgia Herman E. Talmadge (1947-1955) (Pi)<br> - * Governor of California Goodwin J. Knight (1953-1959) (Alpha Zeta)<br> - * Governor of Wisconsin Vernon W. Thomson (1957-1959) (Alpha Mu)<br> - * Governor of Michigan G. Mennen Williams (1949-1961) (Eta Zeta)<br> - * Governor of Illinois William G. Stratton (1953-1961) (Delta Psi)<br> - * Governor of North Carolina Luther H. Hodges (1954-1961) (Alpha Tau)<br> - * Governor of Florida LeRoy Collins (1955-1961) (Beta Psi)<br> - * Governor of Michigan George W. Romney (1954-1962) (Phi)<br> - * Governor of Virginia James Lindsay Almond, Jr. (1958-1962) (Beta Xi)<br> - * Governor of Georgia S. Ernest Vandiver (1959-1963) (Pi)<br> - * Governor of Michigan John B. Swainson (1961-1963) (Eta Zeta)<br> - * Governor of Minnesota Elmer L. Andersen (1961-1963) (Alpha Eta)<br> - * Governor of Vermont F. Ray Keyser, Jr. (1961-1963) (Gamma Omicron)<br> - * Governor of Kansas John Anderson, Jr. (1961-1965) (Psi)<br> - * Governor of Oregon Mark O. Hatfield (1959-1967) (Kappa)<br> - * Governor of Georgia Carl E. Sanders (1963-1967) (Atlanta Alumni)<br> - * Governor of Florida W. Haydon Burns (1965-1967)<br> - * Governor of Kansas William H. Avery (1965-1967) (Alpha Omega)<br> - * Governor of Illinois Otto Kerner, Jr. (1961-1968) (Epsilon)<br> - * Governor of Tennessee Buford Ellington (1959-1963, 1967-1971) (Delta Kappa)<br> - * Governor of Wisconsin Warren P. Knowles (1965-1971) (Alpha Mu)<br> - * Governor of Colorado John Arthur Love (1963-1973) (Gamma Zeta)<br> - * Governor of Missouri Warren E. Hearnes (1965-1973) (Delta Sigma)<br> - * Governor of Texas Preston E. Smith (1969-1973) (Eta Theta)<br> - * Governor of California Ronald Reagan (1966-1975) (Alpha Zeta)<br> - * Governor of Utah Calvin L. Rampton (1965-1977) (Alpha Theta)<br> - * Governor of Iowa Robert D. Ray (1969-1983) (Beta Phi)<br> - * Governor of Michigan William G. Milliken (1969-1983) (Motor City Alumni)<br> - * Governor of Tennessee Lamar Alexander (1979-1987) (Delta Kappa)<br> - * Lt. Governor of Missouri Thomas F. Eagleton (1965-1968) (Upsilon)<br> - * Lt. Governor of New Mexico Joseph M. Montoya (1947-1957) (Beta Tau)<br> - * Lt. Governor of Michigan William G. Milliken (1965-1969) (Motor City Alumni)<br> - * Lt. Governor of Texas Preston Smith (1963-1968)<br> - * Lt. Governor of Wisconsin Warren P. Knowles (1965-1961)<br> - * Lt. Governor of Michigan John Swainson (1958-1960) (Motor City Alumni)<br> - * Lt. Governor of Georgia Ernest Vandiver (1954-1958)<br> - * Lt. Governor of North Carolina Luther H. Hodges (1952-1954)<br> - <br> - <br> - '''State Legislators and Civic Leaders'''<br> - <br> - * James Antonio - Missouri State Auditor, 1978-1984 (Upsilon)<br> - * W. Haydon Burns - Mayor of Jacksonville, Florida (1949-1965)<br> - * Hal Daub - Mayor of Omaha, Nebraska (1995-2001) (Alpha Lambda)<br> - * Richard Lugar Mayor of Indianapolis, Indiana<br> - * Neal Randolph Fosseen - Mayor of Spokane, Washington (1960-1967)<br> - * Robert D. Ray, Mayor of Des Moines, Iowa<br> - * Oscar Arthur Kirkman - Mayor of High Point, North Carolina (1939-1943); North Carolina House of Representatives (1949-1952); North Carolina State Senator, 17th District (1953-1959)<br> - * Tom Adams - Secretary of State of Florida (1961-1971)<br> - * Millard F. Caldwell - Florida House of Representatives (1929-1932) (Alpha Phi)<br> - * Jim Tullis - Florida State of Representatives, 17th District (1999-Present)<br> - * Willie F. Logan - Florida House of Representatives, 103rd District (1983-Present)<br> - * Robert D. Fleming - Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1938-1950); Pennsylvania State Senator (1950-Present)<br> - * Frank Patton Cooke - North Carolina State Senator, 26th District (1955-1959)<br> - * Clarence W. Meadows - West Virginia House of Delegates, Raleigh County (1931-1932)<br> - * Richard Arthur Young - Michigan House of Representatives, 32nd &amp; 33rd Districts (1965-1994)<br> - * James F. Antonio - State Auditor of Missouri (1979-Present)<br> - * Kent Hance - Texas State Senate, 28th District (1975–1979); Chanchelor of Texas Tech University (2007-Present)<br> - * Charles Lake, PhD - Life Member, Business Academic Chair Faulkner State College (1986–present)<br> - * Frank A. Barrett - Wyoming State Senator (Beta Nu)<br> - * Thomas F. Eagleton - Attorney General of Missouri (1961-1965) (Upsilon)<br> - * Joseph M. Montoya - New Mexico House of Representatives; New Mexico State Senate<br> - <br> - '''State Judges'''<br> - <br> - * Millard F. Caldwell - Justice of Florida State Supreme Court (1962-1969) (Alpha Phi)<br> - * Robert P. Griffin - Justice of the Michigan State Supreme Court (1987-1994)<br> - * William G. Milliken - Justice of the Michigan State Supreme Court (Motor City Alumni)<br> - <br> - '''International'''<br> - <br> - * Benazir Bhutto, Prime Minister of Pakistan (1988-1990; 1993-1996) (Xi Chi)<br> - * Leonard Firestone, U.S. Ambassador to Belgium (1974-1976) (Alpha Zeta)<br> - * Robert S. McNamara, president of the World Bank Group (1968-1981) (Phi)<br> - * Val Peterson, U.S. Ambassador to Denmark (1957-1961) (Zeta)<br> - * Val Peterson, U.S. Ambassador to Finland (1969–1973) (Zeta)<br> - * Daniel C. Roper, U.S. Ambassador to Canada (1939) (Beta Eta)<br> - * G. Mennen Williams, U.S. Ambassador to The Philippines (1968)<br> - <br> - [edit] Business and Industry Leaders<br> - <br> - '''Retail'''<br> - J.C. Hall was initiated into the Psi chapter at the University of Kansas. Hall is the founder of Kansas City-based Hallmark Cards.<br> - <br> - * Jack E. Bush, former president and director of Michaels arts and crafts stores; president of Raintree Partners (Upsilon)<br> - * Artemus D. Davis, President, Winn-Dixie (Alpha Kappa)<br> - * J.E. Davis, Founder, Winn-Dixie<br> - * Bernard Faubert, Chief Executive Officer, K-Mart<br> - * Joyce C. Hall, Founder, Hallmark Cards (Psi)<br> - * Bernie Marcus, Founder, The Home Depot<br> - * Gordon M. Metcalf, Chairman and CEO, Sears Holdings Corporation (Gamma)<br> - * James Cash Penney, Founder, J. C. Penney (Upsilon)<br> - * John W. Taylor, Senior Vice President, McGraw-Hill (Epsilon Chi)<br> - * Bert L. Thomas, President, Winn-Dixie (Alpha Theta)<br> - <br> - '''Media'''<br> - <br> - * Malcolm 'Steve' Forbes Jr., Editor-in-Chief, Forbes Magazine<br> - * Randolph C. Wood, Vice President, Paramount Pictures (Delta Kappa)<br> - <br> - '''Pharmaceuticals'''<br> - <br> - * E. Gifford Upjohn, President, Upjohn (Gamma Tau)<br> - <br> - '''Hotels'''<br> - <br> - * J. Willard Marriott, Founder, Marriott International (Beta Mu)<br> - <br> - '''Aeronautics'''<br> - <br> - * William M. Allen, president of Boeing from 1945-1970; chairman from 1970-1972 (Rho)<br> - * Walter F. Burke, president, McDonnell-Douglas (Delta Sigma)<br> - * Donald Douglas, Jr., president, Douglas Aircraft Company (Alpha Upsilon)<br> - * Charles E. Haneline, vice-president of United Airlines (Gamma)<br> - * David S. Lewis, Jr., president of McDonnell Aircraft from 1962-1967; chairman and CEO of General Dynamics from 1971 to 1985 (Alpha Lambda)<br> - * Edward V. Rickenbacker, World War I Medal of Honor recipient; chairman of Eastern Air Lines from 1954-1963 (Milwaukee Alumni)<br> - * Robert F. Six, founder and CEO of Continental Airlines from 1936-1981 (Beta)<br> - * C.R. Smith, president of American Airlines from 1934 to 1968 and from 1973 to 1974 (Iota)<br> - * Dwane L. Wallace, president of Cessna from 1936-1975 (Gamma Upsilon)<br> - <br> - '''Finance and Insurance'''<br> - <br> - * Arthur Andersen, Founder, Arthur Andersen (Gamma)<br> - * Seth C. Beise, President, Bank of America (Alpha Eta)<br> - * Edward A. Kangas, CEO &amp; Chairman of the Board, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu (Psi)<br> - * David Dodd, Co-Author, Security Analysis<br> - * Dudley Dowell, President, New York Life Insurance Company (Gamma Epsilon)<br> - * Edward A. Schrader, Partner, Goldman Sachs (Beta Gamma)<br> - <br> - '''Construction and Raw Materials'''<br> - <br> - * Elmer L. Andersen, President, HB Fuller Company<br> - * Murray M. Baker, President, Caterpillar Inc. (Gamma Theta)<br> - * Roger M. Blough, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel (Epsilon Rho)<br> - * Harold Boeschenstein, President, Owens-Corning (Epsilon)<br> - * Leonard Firestone, President, Firestone Tire and Rubber Company (Alpha Zeta)<br> - * Edwin Hays Gott, President, U.S. Steel (Alpha Sigma)<br> - * Edward J. Rapp, vice president of Caterpillar Inc. (Upsilon)<br> - * Leslie B. Worthington, President, U.S. Steel (Epsilon)<br> - <br> - '''Food and Beverage'''<br> - <br> - * J. Paul Austin, president of Coca-Cola from 1962-1971; chairman from 1970-1981 (Atlanta Alumni)<br> - * Jeffrey A. Blade, senior vice president and CFO, Steak N Shake (Lambda Upsilon)<br> - * Harry A. Bullis, Chairman of the Board, General Mills (Alpha Eta)<br> - * Jack A. Dinos, President, Mocha Coffee Company, Founder and CEO, Southern Tea Company (Alpha Epsilon)<br> - * Leonard Firestone, Founder, Firestone Vinyards (Alpha Zeta)<br> - * Samuel F. Hinkle, President, The Hershey Company (Gamma Epsilon)<br> - * Harrison Jones, Chairman of the Board, The Coca-Cola Company (Pi)<br> - * Norman R. Klug, President, Miller Brewing (Alpha Psi)<br> - * William E. Schiller, Chairman of the Board, The Hershey Company (Phi)<br> - * Daniel L. Kordenbrock,Future Chief Financial Officer, Anheuser-Busch (Upsilon)<br> - <br> - '''Automotive'''<br> - <br> - * John J. Cronin, vice-president of General Motors (Beta Theta)<br> - * Harlow H. Curtice, president of General Motors from 1953-1958 (Phi)<br> - * Frederic G. Donner, chairman of the board of General Motors from 1958-1967 (Phi)<br> - * Richard C. Gerstenberg, treasurer, vice-president, and vice-chairman of the board of General Motors from 1967-1972 (Phi)<br> - * Arjay R. Miller, President, Ford Motor Company (Phi)<br> - * George W. Romney, Chairman of the Board, American Motors Corporation<br> - * James A. Ryder, Founder, Ryder (Beta Pi)<br> - <br> - '''Telecommunications and Utilities'''<br> - <br> - * Edwin M. Clark, President, Southwestern Bell Telephone (Upsilon)<br> - * Joe T. Ford, co-founder, former CEO, and current chairman, Alltel (Beta Zeta)<br> - * Wilfred D. Gillen, President, Bell Telephone (Epsilon Rho)<br> - * James W. McAfee, President, Union Electric (Upsilon)<br> - * Henry Duques, Chairman and CEO, First Data Corporation (Beta Mu)<br> - <br> - '''Science and Culture'''<br> - <br> - ''NASA''<br> - F. Story Musgrave was initiated at the Alpha Omicron chapter at Syracuse University. Musgrave is the only astronaut to have flown missions on all five Space Shuttles.<br> - <br> - * F. Story Musgrave, Most Experienced Astronaut in History (Alpha Omicron)<br> - * Samuel C. Phillips, Major General and Director, Project Apollo (Upsilon)<br> - * William C. Schneider, Missions Operations Director, Gemini Program (Upsilon)<br> - * Robert E. Lockwood, Mission Director, Apollo 13, Project Apollo (Upsilon)<br> - <br> - ''Foundations, Organizations, and Religion''<br> - Edwin J. Feulner, Jr. was initiated as a student at the Gamma Sigma chapter at Regis University. He has served as president of the Heritage Foundation since 1977.<br> - <br> - * Thomas S. Monson, couselor in the First Presidency, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints<br> - * Elmer Ellis, President, University of Missouri–Columbia (1954-1963), and University of Missouri System (1963-1966)<br> - * Kent Hance, Chancellor Texas Tech University (2006-Present)<br> - * Harold E. Stassen, President, University of Pennsylvania (1948-1953)<br> - * Edwin Feulner, President, Heritage Foundation<br> - * Oscar Arthur Kirkman, President, American Cancer Society (1953-1954)<br> - * Ronald Reagan, President, Screen Actors Guild, (1947–1952, 1959-1960)<br> - * Lamar Alexander, President, University of Tennessee<br> - * Robert D. Ray, President, Drake University<br> - * Paul Torgersen, President, Virginia Tech (1994-2000)<br> - * Charles Steger, President, Virginia Tech (2000-Present)<br> - * George Kozmetsky, Founder, IC2 Institute<br> - * William Alexander Scroggs, Raymond D. Shannon, and Dick Hurst, Founders, Kappa Kappa Psi Honorary Band Fraternity<br> - <br> - ''September 11th Victims and Heroes''<br> - <br> - * Thomas E. Burnett Jr., Passenger on United Airlines Flight 93, (Alpha Eta)]<br> - <br> - '''Entertainment'''<br> - <br> - * David Hartman, original host of Good Morning America (Beta Eta)<br> - * Pedro Herrera III, Rapper, Chingo Bling, CEO Big Chile Records (Nu Pi)<br> - * Rebekah "Becky" Lee, Second Runner Up on CBS's "Survivor: Cook Islands" (Phi)<br> - * Theodore M. McCarty, CEO of Gibson Guitars from 1948-1966 (Eta)</span> </td> <td> <span>+ #redirect AKΨ</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> alpha kappa psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2008-03-17 20:44:18DanielOoi <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 1: </td> <td> Line 1: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>- <br> - <br> - <br> - '''History of Alpha Kappa Psi'''</span> </td> <td> <span>+ ='''History of Alpha Kappa Psi'''= [[Image(Alpha Kappa Psi.png, right, Alpha Kappa Psi)]]<br> + -----<br> + </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 9: </td> <td> Line 8: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> '''History of Upsilon Psi Chapter''' </td> <td> <span>+</span> <span>=</span>'''History of Upsilon Psi Chapter'''<span>=<br> + -----<br> + </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 12: </td> <td> Line 13: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> '''Objects of the Fraternity'''<span>:</span> </td> <td> <span>+</span> <span>=</span>'''Objects of the Fraternity'''<span>=<br> + -----<br> + </span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> alpha kappa psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2008-03-17 20:39:18DanielOoiUpload of image <a href="http://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi?action=Files&do=view&target=Alpha%20Kappa%20Psi.png">Alpha Kappa Psi.png</a>.alpha kappa psihttp://daviswiki.org/Alpha_Kappa_Psi2008-03-17 20:37:53DanielOoi <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Alpha Kappa Psi<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 1: </td> <td> Line 1: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ <br> + <br> + <br> + '''History of Alpha Kappa Psi'''<br> + In 1904, four students at New York University 's School of Business realized the need for organization and unity on their college campus. Known as the "Brooklyn Four," they decided to establish a Professional Business Fraternity in order to foster brotherhood and to garner recognition of their school's achievements in the fields of finance, accounts and commerce. The Brooklyn Bridge is a testament of their commitment to each other and to excellence in the fields of business. In 1904 their vision materialized into Alpha Kappa Psi, the first professional business fraternity.<br> + <br> + In 2000, the United Kingdom was established as the Fraternity's 14th region, with chapters in Manchester, England, thus making it the first American Professional Fraternity to expand overseas. Today, more than 295 college chapters and 90 alumni chapters have been installed, and more than 200,000 members have been initiated. Alpha Kappa Psi not only continues to expand, but to lead all others.<br> + <br> + '''History of Upsilon Psi Chapter'''<br> + Our founders, inspired by the vision of Alpha Kappa Psi, worked diligently to foster an environment where genuine brotherhood and business prowess would form the backbone of our chapter. Their fearless ambition and undying dedication led to the establishment of the Upsilon Psi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi at the University of California, Davis on November 23, 2002. The strength of our chapter lies in the diversity of its members. Members from various fields of study – from food science to managerial economics – each contribute a unique, business perspective that ultimately produces a well-rounded fraternity. If diversity is the strength that drives our chapter, it is the loyalty in brotherhood that keeps it together. Our ever-growing network of seasoned alumni consists of successful graduates that remain actively involved and never hesitate to assist or guide our members. We believe that a strong and balanced foundation prepares our members not only to excel but to lead, because that is what the Upsilon Psi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi is about: developing principled business leaders.<br> + <br> + '''Objects of the Fraternity''':<br> + 1. To further the individual welfare of its members;<br> + 2. To foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance;<br> + 3. To educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein;<br> + 4. To promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business administration<br> + <br> + '''Statistics''':<br> + * Number of active student chapters: 204 in the United States, 3 in Canada (plus 1 colony), and 1 in the United Kingdom<br> + * AKPsi is the only Business Fraternity to have active International Chapters<br> + * Number of Chapters chartered since founding in 1904: 318<br> + * New charters granted in 2007-2008 (to date): 1 (Binghamton University (Omega Zeta))<br> + * Chapters re-chartered: 2 (Boston University (Nu), George Washington University (Beta Mu))<br> + * Initiates in 2005-2006: 5,697<br> + * Initiates in 2006-2007: 6,001<br> + * Initiates since 1904: more than 247,000<br> + * Number of current student members: 9,978<br> + * 2005 Convention attendance (Las Vegas): 805<br> + * 2007 Success Institute attendance: 2,351<br> + * Alpha Kappa Psi first admitted women into the fraternity in August 1976.<br> + <br> + <br> + '''Links to more information''':<br> + <br> + http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpha_Kappa_Psi<br> + http://www.davisakpsi.com<br> + http://http://youtube.com/user/davisakpsi<br> + <br> + <br> + <br> + -----<br> + <br> + <br> + '''Notable Alumni of Alpha Kappa Psi''':<br> + <br> + '''Government'''<br> + <br> + '''U.S. Presidents and Vice Presidents'''<br> + Ronald Reagan was initiated as an honorary member in 1963 by the Alpha Zeta chapter at USC. This preceeded his enterance into elected office.<br> + Richard Nixon was initiated as an honorary member in 1960 by the Beta Omicron chapter at Wayne State University. He was U.S. Vice President at that time.<br> + <br> + * U.S. President Ronald Reagan (1981-1989) (Alpha Zeta)<br> + * U.S. President Richard Nixon (1969-1974) (Beta Omicron)<br> + * U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon (1953-1961) (Beta Omicron)<br> + <br> + '''U.S. Senators and Representatives'''<br> + Barry Goldwater, a five-term Republican U.S. Senator from Arizona was initiated by the Beta Mu chapter at GWU. He was the Republican Party's nominee for the 1964 U.S. Presidential Election.<br> + <br> + * U.S. Senator from Tennessee Lamar Alexander (2002-Current) (Delta Kappa)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Wyoming Michael B. Enzi (1997-Current) (Beta Mu)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Indiana Richard Lugar (1977-Current) (Indianapolis Alumni)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Oregon Mark O. Hatfield (1967-1997) (Kappa)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Mississippi John C. Stennis (1947-1989); President Pro Tempore (1987-1989) (Delta Lambda)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Missouri Thomas F. Eagleton (1969-1987) (Upsilon)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Arizona Barry M. Goldwater (1953-1965, 1969-1987) (Beta Mu)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Texas John G. Tower (1961-1985) (Epsilon Eta)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Washington Henry M. Jackson (1953-1983) (Rho)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Georgia Herman E. Talmadge (1957-1981) (Pi)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Michigan Robert P. Griffin (1966-1979); Senate Minority Whip (1969-1977) (Epsilon Zeta)<br> + * U.S. Senator from New Mexico Joseph M. Montoya (1964-1977) (Beta Tau)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Arkansas John L. McClellan (1943-1977) (Epsilon Omicron)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Missouri W. Stuart Symington (1953-1976) (Delta Sigma)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Florida Edward J. Gurney (1969-1974) (Alpha Phi)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Texas Ralph W. Yarborough (1957-1971) (Beta Tau)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Illinois Paul H. Douglas (1949-1967) (Epsilon)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Massachusetts Leverett A. Saltonstall (1945-1967) Senate Minority Whip, Senate Majority Whip(Gamma Nu)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Wisconsin Alexander Wiley (1939-1963) (Delta Phi)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Wyoming Frank A. Barrett (1953-1959) (Beta Nu)<br> + * U.S. Senator from California Richard Nixon (1950-1953) (Beta Omicron)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Nebraska Kenneth S. Wherry (1943-1951) Senate Minority Whip, Senate Majority Whip, Senate Minority Leader (Xi)<br> + * U.S. Senator from Kansas Harry Darby (1949-1950) (Psi)<br> + * U.S. Senator from North Carolina William B. Umstead (1946-1948) (Alpha Tau)<br> + * U.S. Senator from New Jersey Arthur Walsh (1943-1944) (Alpha)<br> + * U.S. Representative from North Carolina, William B. Umstead (1933-1939) (Alpha Tau)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Texas, 19th District Randy Neugebauer (2003-Current) (Eta Theta)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Nebraska, 2nd District Harold Daub (1981-1989) (Alpha Lambda)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Texas, 19th District Kent Hance (1979–1985) (Eta Theta)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Virginia, 6th District James Lindsay Almond, Jr. (1946-1948) (Beta Xi)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Florida, 3rd District Millard F. Caldwell (1933-1941) (Alpha Phi)<br> + * U.S. Representative from California, 12th District Richard Nixon (1947-1950) (Beta Omicron)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Wyoming, At-Large Frank A. Barrett (1943–1951) (Beta Nu)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Washington, 2nd District Henry M. Jackson (1941-1953) (Rho)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Michigan, 9th District Robert P. Griffin (1957-1966)(Epsilon Zeta)<br> + * U.S. Representative from New Mexico, At-Large Joseph M. Montoya (1957-1964) (Beta Tau)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Arkansas, 6th District John L. McClellan (1935-1938) (Epsilon Omicron)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Florida, 11th &amp; 5th District Edward J. Gurney (1962-1968) (Alpha Phi)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Kansas, 1st District William H. Avery (1955-1965) (Alpha Omega)<br> + * U.S. Representative from Illinois, At-Large William Stratton (1940-42, 1944-46) (Delta Psi)<br> + <br> + ''U.S. Secretaries, Chairs, and Advisors''<br> + <br> + * U.S. Secretary of Commerce Luther H. Hodges (Alpha Tau)<br> + * U.S. Secretary of Commerce Daniel C. Roper (Beta Eta)<br> + * U.S. Secretary of Commerce C. R. Smith (Iota)<br> + * U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development George W. Romney (Phi)<br> + * U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara (Phi)<br> + * U.S. Secretary of Education Lamar Alexander<br> + * Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs G. Mennen Williams<br> + * U.S. Secretary of the Air Force W. Stuart Symington (Served as the First Secretary) (1947-1950) (Delta Sigma)<br> + * Federal Reserve Board Chairman William McChesney Martin, Jr. (Beta Mu)<br> + * Presidential Economic Advisor Walter Heller, Advisor to the John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson (Alpha Eta) Administrations<br> + * Commissioner of Internal Revenue Daniel C. Roper (Beta Eta)<br> + <br> + ''Federal Judges''<br> + <br> + * James Lindsay Almond, Jr. - Judge of U.S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals (1962-1982); Judge of U.S. Court of Appeals (1982-1986) (Beta Xi)<br> + * Otto Kerner, Jr. - Judge of United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (19681974)<br> + <br> + ''State Governors''<br> + <br> + * Governor of Arkansas Carl E. Bailey (1937-1941) (Beta Zeta)<br> + * Governor of Minnesota Harold E. Stassen (1939-1943) (Alpha Eta)<br> + * Governor of Massachusetts Leverett A. Saltonstall (1939-1945)(Gamma Nu)<br> + * Governor of West Virginia Clarence W. Meadows (1945-1949) (Alpha Delta)<br> + * Governor of Florida Millard F. Caldwell (1945-1949) (Alpha Phi)<br> + * Governor of Nebraska Val Peterson (1947-1953) (Zeta)<br> + * Governor of Wyoming Frank A. Barrett (1951-1953) (Beta Nu)<br> + * Governor of North Carolina William B. Umstead (1953-1954) (Alpha Tau)<br> + * Governor of Georgia Herman E. Talmadge (1947-1955) (Pi)<br> + * Governor of California Goodwin J. Knight (1953-1959) (Alpha Zeta)<br> + * Governor of Wisconsin Vernon W. Thomson (1957-1959) (Alpha Mu)<br> + * Governor of Michigan G. Mennen Williams (1949-1961) (Eta Zeta)<br> + * Governor of Illinois William G. Stratton (1953-1961) (Delta Psi)<br> + * Governor of North Carolina Luther H. Hodges (1954-1961) (Alpha Tau)<br> + * Governor of Florida LeRoy Collins (1955-1961) (Beta Psi)<br> + * Governor of Michigan George W. Romney (1954-1962) (Phi)<br> + * Governor of Virginia James Lindsay Almond, Jr. (1958-1962) (Beta Xi)<br> + * Governor of Georgia S. Ernest Vandiver (1959-1963) (Pi)<br> + * Governor of Michigan John B. Swainson (1961-1963) (Eta Zeta)<br> + * Governor of Minnesota Elmer L. Andersen (1961-1963) (Alpha Eta)<br> + * Governor of Vermont F. Ray Keyser, Jr. (1961-1963) (Gamma Omicron)<br> + * Governor of Kansas John Anderson, Jr. (1961-1965) (Psi)<br> + * Governor of Oregon Mark O. Hatfield (1959-1967) (Kappa)<br> + * Governor of Georgia Carl E. Sanders (1963-1967) (Atlanta Alumni)<br> + * Governor of Florida W. Haydon Burns (1965-1967)<br> + * Governor of Kansas William H. Avery (1965-1967) (Alpha Omega)<br> + * Governor of Illinois Otto Kerner, Jr. (1961-1968) (Epsilon)<br> + * Governor of Tennessee Buford Ellington (1959-1963, 1967-1971) (Delta Kappa)<br> + * Governor of Wisconsin Warren P. Knowles (1965-1971) (Alpha Mu)<br> + * Governor of Colorado John Arthur Love (1963-1973) (Gamma Zeta)<br> + * Governor of Missouri Warren E. Hearnes (1965-1973) (Delta Sigma)<br> + * Governor of Texas Preston E. Smith (1969-1973) (Eta Theta)<br> + * Governor of California Ronald Reagan (1966-1975) (Alpha Zeta)<br> + * Governor of Utah Calvin L. Rampton (1965-1977) (Alpha Theta)<br> + * Governor of Iowa Robert D. Ray (1969-1983) (Beta Phi)<br> + * Governor of Michigan William G. Milliken (1969-1983) (Motor City Alumni)<br> + * Governor of Tennessee Lamar Alexander (1979-1987) (Delta Kappa)<br> + * Lt. Governor of Missouri Thomas F. Eagleton (1965-1968) (Upsilon)<br> + * Lt. Governor of New Mexico Joseph M. Montoya (1947-1957) (Beta Tau)<br> + * Lt. Governor of Michigan William G. Milliken (1965-1969) (Motor City Alumni)<br> + * Lt. Governor of Texas Preston Smith (1963-1968)<br> + * Lt. Governor of Wisconsin Warren P. Knowles (1965-1961)<br> + * Lt. Governor of Michigan John Swainson (1958-1960) (Motor City Alumni)<br> + * Lt. Governor of Georgia Ernest Vandiver (1954-1958)<br> + * Lt. Governor of North Carolina Luther H. Hodges (1952-1954)<br> + <br> + <br> + '''State Legislators and Civic Leaders'''<br> + <br> + * James Antonio - Missouri State Auditor, 1978-1984 (Upsilon)<br> + * W. Haydon Burns - Mayor of Jacksonville, Florida (1949-1965)<br> + * Hal Daub - Mayor of Omaha, Nebraska (1995-2001) (Alpha Lambda)<br> + * Richard Lugar Mayor of Indianapolis, Indiana<br> + * Neal Randolph Fosseen - Mayor of Spokane, Washington (1960-1967)<br> + * Robert D. Ray, Mayor of Des Moines, Iowa<br> + * Oscar Arthur Kirkman - Mayor of High Point, North Carolina (1939-1943); North Carolina House of Representatives (1949-1952); North Carolina State Senator, 17th District (1953-1959)<br> + * Tom Adams - Secretary of State of Florida (1961-1971)<br> + * Millard F. Caldwell - Florida House of Representatives (1929-1932) (Alpha Phi)<br> + * Jim Tullis - Florida State of Representatives, 17th District (1999-Present)<br> + * Willie F. Logan - Florida House of Representatives, 103rd District (1983-Present)<br> + * Robert D. Fleming - Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1938-1950); Pennsylvania State Senator (1950-Present)<br> + * Frank Patton Cooke - North Carolina State Senator, 26th District (1955-1959)<br> + * Clarence W. Meadows - West Virginia House of Delegates, Raleigh County (1931-1932)<br> + * Richard Arthur Young - Michigan House of Representatives, 32nd &amp; 33rd Districts (1965-1994)<br> + * James F. Antonio - State Auditor of Missouri (1979-Present)<br> + * Kent Hance - Texas State Senate, 28th District (1975–1979); Chanchelor of Texas Tech University (2007-Present)<br> + * Charles Lake, PhD - Life Member, Business Academic Chair Faulkner State College (1986–present)<br> + * Frank A. Barrett - Wyoming State Senator (Beta Nu)<br> + * Thomas F. Eagleton - Attorney General of Missouri (1961-1965) (Upsilon)<br> + * Joseph M. Montoya - New Mexico House of Representatives; New Mexico State Senate<br> + <br> + '''State Judges'''<br> + <br> + * Millard F. Caldwell - Justice of Florida State Supreme Court (1962-1969) (Alpha Phi)<br> + * Robert P. Griffin - Justice of the Michigan State Supreme Court (1987-1994)<br> + * William G. Milliken - Justice of the Michigan State Supreme Court (Motor City Alumni)<br> + <br> + '''International'''<br> + <br> + * Benazir Bhutto, Prime Minister of Pakistan (1988-1990; 1993-1996) (Xi Chi)<br> + * Leonard Firestone, U.S. Ambassador to Belgium (1974-1976) (Alpha Zeta)<br> + * Robert S. McNamara, president of the World Bank Group (1968-1981) (Phi)<br> + * Val Peterson, U.S. Ambassador to Denmark (1957-1961) (Zeta)<br> + * Val Peterson, U.S. Ambassador to Finland (1969–1973) (Zeta)<br> + * Daniel C. Roper, U.S. Ambassador to Canada (1939) (Beta Eta)<br> + * G. Mennen Williams, U.S. Ambassador to The Philippines (1968)<br> + <br> + [edit] Business and Industry Leaders<br> + <br> + '''Retail'''<br> + J.C. Hall was initiated into the Psi chapter at the University of Kansas. Hall is the founder of Kansas City-based Hallmark Cards.<br> + <br> + * Jack E. Bush, former president and director of Michaels arts and crafts stores; president of Raintree Partners (Upsilon)<br> + * Artemus D. Davis, President, Winn-Dixie (Alpha Kappa)<br> + * J.E. Davis, Founder, Winn-Dixie<br> + * Bernard Faubert, Chief Executive Officer, K-Mart<br> + * Joyce C. Hall, Founder, Hallmark Cards (Psi)<br> + * Bernie Marcus, Founder, The Home Depot<br> + * Gordon M. Metcalf, Chairman and CEO, Sears Holdings Corporation (Gamma)<br> + * James Cash Penney, Founder, J. C. Penney (Upsilon)<br> + * John W. Taylor, Senior Vice President, McGraw-Hill (Epsilon Chi)<br> + * Bert L. Thomas, President, Winn-Dixie (Alpha Theta)<br> + <br> + '''Media'''<br> + <br> + * Malcolm 'Steve' Forbes Jr., Editor-in-Chief, Forbes Magazine<br> + * Randolph C. Wood, Vice President, Paramount Pictures (Delta Kappa)<br> + <br> + '''Pharmaceuticals'''<br> + <br> + * E. Gifford Upjohn, President, Upjohn (Gamma Tau)<br> + <br> + '''Hotels'''<br> + <br> + * J. Willard Marriott, Founder, Marriott International (Beta Mu)<br> + <br> + '''Aeronautics'''<br> + <br> + * William M. Allen, president of Boeing from 1945-1970; chairman from 1970-1972 (Rho)<br> + * Walter F. Burke, president, McDonnell-Douglas (Delta Sigma)<br> + * Donald Douglas, Jr., president, Douglas Aircraft Company (Alpha Upsilon)<br> + * Charles E. Haneline, vice-president of United Airlines (Gamma)<br> + * David S. Lewis, Jr., president of McDonnell Aircraft from 1962-1967; chairman and CEO of General Dynamics from 1971 to 1985 (Alpha Lambda)<br> + * Edward V. Rickenbacker, World War I Medal of Honor recipient; chairman of Eastern Air Lines from 1954-1963 (Milwaukee Alumni)<br> + * Robert F. Six, founder and CEO of Continental Airlines from 1936-1981 (Beta)<br> + * C.R. Smith, president of American Airlines from 1934 to 1968 and from 1973 to 1974 (Iota)<br> + * Dwane L. Wallace, president of Cessna from 1936-1975 (Gamma Upsilon)<br> + <br> + '''Finance and Insurance'''<br> + <br> + * Arthur Andersen, Founder, Arthur Andersen (Gamma)<br> + * Seth C. Beise, President, Bank of America (Alpha Eta)<br> + * Edward A. Kangas, CEO &amp; Chairman of the Board, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu (Psi)<br> + * David Dodd, Co-Author, Security Analysis<br> + * Dudley Dowell, President, New York Life Insurance Company (Gamma Epsilon)<br> + * Edward A. Schrader, Partner, Goldman Sachs (Beta Gamma)<br> + <br> + '''Construction and Raw Materials'''<br> + <br> + * Elmer L. Andersen, President, HB Fuller Company<br> + * Murray M. Baker, President, Caterpillar Inc. (Gamma Theta)<br> + * Roger M. Blough, Chairman of the Board, U.S. Steel (Epsilon Rho)<br> + * Harold Boeschenstein, President, Owens-Corning (Epsilon)<br> + * Leonard Firestone, President, Firestone Tire and Rubber Company (Alpha Zeta)<br> + * Edwin Hays Gott, President, U.S. Steel (Alpha Sigma)<br> + * Edward J. Rapp, vice president of Caterpillar Inc. (Upsilon)<br> + * Leslie B. Worthington, President, U.S. Steel (Epsilon)<br> + <br> + '''Food and Beverage'''<br> + <br> + * J. Paul Austin, president of Coca-Cola from 1962-1971; chairman from 1970-1981 (Atlanta Alumni)<br> + * Jeffrey A. Blade, senior vice president and CFO, Steak N Shake (Lambda Upsilon)<br> + * Harry A. Bullis, Chairman of the Board, General Mills (Alpha Eta)<br> + * Jack A. Dinos, President, Mocha Coffee Company, Founder and CEO, Southern Tea Company (Alpha Epsilon)<br> + * Leonard Firestone, Founder, Firestone Vinyards (Alpha Zeta)<br> + * Samuel F. Hinkle, President, The Hershey Company (Gamma Epsilon)<br> + * Harrison Jones, Chairman of the Board, The Coca-Cola Company (Pi)<br> + * Norman R. Klug, President, Miller Brewing (Alpha Psi)<br> + * William E. Schiller, Chairman of the Board, The Hershey Company (Phi)<br> + * Daniel L. Kordenbrock,Future Chief Financial Officer, Anheuser-Busch (Upsilon)<br> + <br> + '''Automotive'''<br> + <br> + * John J. Cronin, vice-president of General Motors (Beta Theta)<br> + * Harlow H. Curtice, president of General Motors from 1953-1958 (Phi)<br> + * Frederic G. Donner, chairman of the board of General Motors from 1958-1967 (Phi)<br> + * Richard C. Gerstenberg, treasurer, vice-president, and vice-chairman of the board of General Motors from 1967-1972 (Phi)<br> + * Arjay R. Miller, President, Ford Motor Company (Phi)<br> + * George W. Romney, Chairman of the Board, American Motors Corporation<br> + * James A. Ryder, Founder, Ryder (Beta Pi)<br> + <br> + '''Telecommunications and Utilities'''<br> + <br> + * Edwin M. Clark, President, Southwestern Bell Telephone (Upsilon)<br> + * Joe T. Ford, co-founder, former CEO, and current chairman, Alltel (Beta Zeta)<br> + * Wilfred D. Gillen, President, Bell Telephone (Epsilon Rho)<br> + * James W. McAfee, President, Union Electric (Upsilon)<br> + * Henry Duques, Chairman and CEO, First Data Corporation (Beta Mu)<br> + <br> + '''Science and Culture'''<br> + <br> + ''NASA''<br> + F. Story Musgrave was initiated at the Alpha Omicron chapter at Syracuse University. Musgrave is the only astronaut to have flown missions on all five Space Shuttles.<br> + <br> + * F. Story Musgrave, Most Experienced Astronaut in History (Alpha Omicron)<br> + * Samuel C. Phillips, Major General and Director, Project Apollo (Upsilon)<br> + * William C. Schneider, Missions Operations Director, Gemini Program (Upsilon)<br> + * Robert E. Lockwood, Mission Director, Apollo 13, Project Apollo (Upsilon)<br> + <br> + ''Foundations, Organizations, and Religion''<br> + Edwin J. Feulner, Jr. was initiated as a student at the Gamma Sigma chapter at Regis University. He has served as president of the Heritage Foundation since 1977.<br> + <br> + * Thomas S. Monson, couselor in the First Presidency, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints<br> + * Elmer Ellis, President, University of Missouri–Columbia (1954-1963), and University of Missouri System (1963-1966)<br> + * Kent Hance, Chancellor Texas Tech University (2006-Present)<br> + * Harold E. Stassen, President, University of Pennsylvania (1948-1953)<br> + * Edwin Feulner, President, Heritage Foundation<br> + * Oscar Arthur Kirkman, President, American Cancer Society (1953-1954)<br> + * Ronald Reagan, President, Screen Actors Guild, (1947–1952, 1959-1960)<br> + * Lamar Alexander, President, University of Tennessee<br> + * Robert D. Ray, President, Drake University<br> + * Paul Torgersen, President, Virginia Tech (1994-2000)<br> + * Charles Steger, President, Virginia Tech (2000-Present)<br> + * George Kozmetsky, Founder, IC2 Institute<br> + * William Alexander Scroggs, Raymond D. Shannon, and Dick Hurst, Founders, Kappa Kappa Psi Honorary Band Fraternity<br> + <br> + ''September 11th Victims and Heroes''<br> + <br> + * Thomas E. Burnett Jr., Passenger on United Airlines Flight 93, (Alpha Eta)]<br> + <br> + '''Entertainment'''<br> + <br> + * David Hartman, original host of Good Morning America (Beta Eta)<br> + * Pedro Herrera III, Rapper, Chingo Bling, CEO Big Chile Records (Nu Pi)<br> + * Rebekah "Becky" Lee, Second Runner Up on CBS's "Survivor: Cook Islands" (Phi)<br> + * Theodore M. McCarty, CEO of Gibson Guitars from 1948-1966 (Eta)</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div>