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Staff named dean of training program for new fraternity chapter presidents

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Andrea Weber, assistant director of student engagement for fraternity and sorority life at Missouri State University, was named the dean for the 2014 Earl A. Webb Academy of Principled Leaders, the original training program for new chapter presidents offered by an NIC member fraternity.

Weber has presented for many Greek organizations and has been a recipient of many previous awards such as the Sigma Nu Greek Advisor of the Year, the Alpha Sigma Alpha Outstanding Fraternity/Sorority Advisor and the Outstanding Organization Advisor of the Year for Missouri State University.

“I am very honored to serve as the dean for the 2014 Webb Academy and to serve the fraternity,” said Weber. “I see this as an opportunity to make connections and learn from each other. It is humbling to know that I will be working with a high caliber of fraternity men who I respect greatly.”

The Earl A. Webb Academy of Principled Leaders, the annual symposium for new chapter presidents, will be at the fraternity headquarters in Warrensburg, Mo., Jan. 2-4.

For more information, contact Weber at (417) 836-4386.


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