OCTOBER 14-16, 2021
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November's Healthy Cooking Webinar featuring Ada Ruth Huntley
MONDAY NOV. 22 AT 7:00 PM CST
We have an exciting opportunity coming up in a few weeks for our members!
Join us for a webinar featuring Phi Eta Sigma Alumna Ada Ruth Huntley, who is a current student at the Culinary Institute of America. Ada Ruth will lead us in a fun-filled webinar with a cooking demonstration on Monday, Nov. 22nd at 7:00 PM CST. Members who attend can earn a point toward Member of Distinction Status. You must register to receive the webinar link using the button below, or
by clicking the direct link here: https://forms.gle/FmmG9aDg9YA8D5gYA
In 2021 Phi Eta Sigma will launch our Member of Distinction program. Students will have the chance to earn a special level of distinction to their Phi Eta Sigma membership by participating in qualifying national and local chapter events. The first class will be recognized at the 2022 National Convention and will receive exclusive graduation regalia only available to those who meet the requirements. For more detailed information about the Member of Distinction program and how to qualify, click the button below.
Need to Order a Graduation Cord or Medallion?
If your chapter does not purchase or provide cords for you as a member, you can order a cord or medallion for yourself directly through the national office's website! Click the link below to go browse our store and submit your order online.
UPCOMING CHAPTER LEADER VIRTUAL ROUNDTABLE
WEDNESDAY NOV. 17 AT 1:30 PM CST
Be sure to mark your calendars for the upcoming Chapter Leader Roundtable on November 17 at 1:30 pm (CST). The topic of this discussion will center around the 2022 National Convention. Email HQ@phietasigma.org with
any questions you may have.
CHAPTER ADVISOR STORY SPOTLIGHT
Dr. Susan Huffman, Purdue University
Dr. Susan Huffman is the Associate Director of Administration and Assignments for University Residences at Purdue University. She has served as chapter advisor for Phi Eta Sigma for more than 16 years. During this time, she has attended 6 National Conventions (every one since 2008) and has served her chapter notably. Read more about her favorite memories with the chapter below.
Q: What is your favorite memory of being advisor for the Purdue University chapter?
A: "A favorite memory with the chapter: This is a difficult question because there have been so many! Two favorite memories is when the chapter decided to build a float for Purdue’s 2015 Homecoming Parade. The chapter had never taken on this task before, and then they actually won the best float award! It was GREAT! The other memory is from this past year when the chapter officers did not let Covid get them down, and they had the wonderful activity at the end of the year when they made treat bags for all the staff doing Covid vaccines—that is a very special memory for sure!!"
Read The Forum
An Annual Magazine from Phi Eta Sigma
The Forum of Phi Eta Sigma is published annually as the official magazine of the Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society, Inc. It contains a comprehensive and current overview of the Society's yearly accomplishments.
Have a question? Want to know how you can get involved with Phi Eta Sigma? Learn more about the organization and how to get in contact with the national headquarters office by clicking the button below.