Eight Missouri S&T students were among the individuals recently recognized for their outstanding achievements as members of Missouri S&T’s fraternity and sorority chapters.
The students were recognized during the Greek Awards Banquet held Nov. 11 at Missouri S&T. The following students were among those honored:
- Karly Ambuel of St. Peters, Missouri, a senior majoring in mechanical engineering, was named Greek Woman of the Year. She is a member of Chi Omega.
- Ean Buffington of Jackson, Missouri, a senior majoring in aerospace engineering, was recognized with the Individual Living Your Value award. Buffington is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon.
- Aaron Chang of Maplewood, Missouri, a senior majoring in computer science, was named Fraternity Man of the Year. Chang is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon.
- Annabelle Cusumano of Kansas City, Missouri, a senior majoring in environmental engineering, was named Panhellenic Woman of the Year. Cusumano is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha.
- Lewie McCaul of Potosi, Missouri, a first-year student majoring in civil engineering, was named First Year of the Year. McCaul is a member of Sigma Chi.
- Henry Skouby of Troy, Missouri, a senior majoring in civil engineering, was named outstanding chapter president. Skouby is president of Beta Sigma Psi.
- Chris Steinbach of St. Peters, Missouri, a senior majoring in civil engineering, was named IFC (Interfraternity Council) Man of the Year. Steinbach is a member of Sigma Pi.
- Tripp Tobey of Chesterfield, Missouri, a sophomore majoring in computer science, was recognized for Outstanding Community Service. Tobey, a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, committed 150 service hours to The Mission, a homeless shelter in Rolla.
In addition to individual student honors, two fraternities and one advisor were recognized.
- John Held, executive director of development at Missouri S&T, was named Greek Advisor of the Year. Held advises Theta Xi fraternity.
- Phi Kappa Theta was recognized as the Chapter Living its Values.
- Kappa Alpha Order was recognized for Outstanding Scholastic Program.
The Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Council represent students in 21 of Missouri S&T’s 24 fraternities and sororities. Approximately 25% of undergraduate students at Missouri S&T are members of a fraternity or sorority.
About Missouri University of Science and Technology
Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T) is a STEM-focused research university of over 7,200 students. Part of the four-campus University of Missouri System and located in Rolla, Missouri, Missouri S&T offers 101 degrees in 40 areas of study and is among the nation’s top 10 universities for return on investment, according to Business Insider. S&T also is home to the Kummer Institute, made possible by a $300 million gift from Fred and June Kummer. For more information about Missouri S&T, visit www.mst.edu.