UMR fraternity leader elected to national position

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On February 7, 2007

University of Missouri-Rolla student Michael Scarey, a member of the UMR chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha International Fraternity, isn’t afraid of hard work. At the annual Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity Leadership Conference in New Braunfels, Texas, Scarey, a senior in engineering management from Climax Springs, Mo., was elected to serve his fraternity at the national level as chair of the executive committee of the Lambda Chi Alpha Council of Presidents.

As chair of the executive committee, Scarey will govern Lambda Chi Alpha college chapters across the nation, particularly dealing with chapters in violation of fraternity policies. He looks forward to representing members of his fraternity on a national scene while serving this delegate position.

Lambda Chi Alpha International Fraternity is one of the largest men’s fraternities in North America, with more than 227,000 initiated members. Lambda Chi Alpha serves to complement higher education by providing opportunities for academic achievement, leadership development, and lifelong friendships.

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