Alpha Tau Omega Earns Awards for Communication, Individual Excellence
The fraternity’s Communications Consultants, Eugene Bichlmeier and Bradley Carter, were on hand to accept the communication awards at the culmination of FCA’s 87th annual conference. DeWolf, who served as FCA’s vice president of operations, was the 2010 recipient of the Marilyn Simpson Ford Award for his years of outstanding service to the association. He was a visionary as a member of the board, instrumental in furthering FCA’s online offerings and dedicated to improving the fiscal standings of the association.
For the annual awards, communications industry professionals judged more than 600 submissions from dozens of Greek-letter organizations. Bichlmeier and Carter accepted the following awards for excellence in printed and multimedia efforts:
Publication Improvement—Printed Material, first place
Board of Trustees GuideBook
Printed Material—Educational, third place
Multimedia Presentation, third place
“I’m proud to say we have never had more submissions than we did for this year’s competition,” said Mariellen Sasseen, FCA’s director of recognition. “It was humbling to see so many outstanding entries.”
The Fraternity Communications Association (FCA) exists to enhance fraternity communications through the exchange of ideas, experiences and information. Originally founded in 1923 as the College Fraternity Editors Association, FCA is comprised of communications professionals from more than 70 Greek-letter organizations, representing millions of members worldwide.