On February 2, 2009 Gordon Gee dedicated the Tim Michael Study Room at the chapter house. It was a great event and we are all very thankful to both Gordon Gee for taking the time to recognize Brother Michael for his gracious donation. We would also like to recognize Brothers James Howe and James Smiley for their daily dedicated effort to make this major renovation a reality.
Below is a quick little video I put together of the event.
This was taken from the a message from OSU on the current status of the Alpha Gamma Chapter, this was sent to Alan Zink *************************************** Alan,
Thanks for the voicemail and phone call.
I would be happy to put a few quotes in about your chapter.
The chapter currently has 56 members, though this does not include any new members they have for this winter. I am still awaiting new member cards from most organizations. I would anticipate the chapter to take at least 10-15 men, as they have done well with recruitment for the past several years. In Fall 2008, the chapter had a quarterly GPA of 2.78, The chapter maintains a cumulative GPA of 3.02 which ranks above the All-men’s Cumulative GPA on campus (2.97).
The chapter consistently meets the expectations of my office as it relates to programming, social event management, and attendance at events. Chris Pletcher, the past chapter president, was one of our seven student facilitators for our Chapter President’s Leadership Initiative, the retreat we do for all new chapter presidents. The facilitator selection process is very competitive.
If you have specific points you want me to comment on, let me know. Again, sorry for my delay Alan.
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COLLEGE – Robinson graduated cum laude from The Ohio State University in 1984 with a bachelors degree in Honors Accounting after working as an Accounting Intern for both Lancaster Colony and Deloitte Haskins & Sells, and as a Marketing Intern for the City of Columbus. During college he earned income for living expenses by running a small handyman business, applying skills learned in the hardware store. Robinson joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity as a freshman and was elected chapter president for his senior year.
“I learned many lessons during these years, both in books and from life itself. The former I recall with effort, but the latter I can never forget.”