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Annual Report



Table of Contents Letter from the CEO & Founder


Alumni Advisory Board


Board of Directors

Community College Honorary Board NSCS Chapters

NSCS Finances

Academic Success

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Scholar Abroad Scholarship


Merit Award

Scholar at Sea Scholarship Community College Transition Award

E-Scholar Award

Chapter Officer Award GEICO Achievement Award

Service PACE Integrity

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Leadership Summit 2010


List of Partners

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Dear Friends,

Over the past sixteen years, NSCS has worked to promote the values of scholarship, leadership and service through our university chapters and nationally. NSCS makes every effort to ensure that all members realize their full potential as scholars, leaders and service-oriented individuals by creating and advancing programs that recognize and elevate them. An invitation to NSCS is not only a reflection of a student’s dedication to academic excellence, but also an opportunity to join a network of high achievers aiming to incorporate the principles of scholarship, leadership and service into their everyday lives and beyond. In 2010, NSCS expanded from 242 chapters to more than 271 across the country and welcomed 69,667 new members to the Society. We also broadened our commitment to first and second year students by including community college charters. We awarded a quarter of a million dollars to our members in scholarships covering a variety of costs from tuition expenses to assistance with study abroad programs. NSCS remained committed to empowering our members with new programs and opportunities such as the newly introduced NSCS Highway to Success: Route 66 Tour, while strengthening existing programs such as Planning to Achieve Collegiate Excellence (PACE).

These past sixteen years resulted in the creation of numerous opportunities for NSCS members to build leadership skills, connect with prospective employers, apply for internships, study abroad, and recieve discounts via our partnerships. From the beginning, our members have been our number one priority and will continue to be our main focus as we develop new and exciting ways to engage students and help them achieve their goals. I am excited for the future of NSCS and proud of our evolution as an honor society. I look forward to continuing to fulfill our mission of recognizing and elevating high achievers and enhancing our members’ experience as we move forward in 2011! Sincerely,

Stephen E. Loflin, CEO & Founder 3 | The National Society of Collegiate Scholars Annual Report 2010

Board of Directors Bill Ziegler, Chair Managing Director Global Recruiting Head UBS AG Education: B.A., The George Washington University MBA, Boston College Term Expires: July 31, 2011 Anne Berkowitch Co-founder and CEO of SelectMinds Education: MBA, Finance, MIT’s Sloan School of Management B.S., Applied Math and Biology, Brown University. Term expires: December 31, 2013

Gary Cook Director of Recruiting Hitachi Consulting Education: Bachelor of Journalism, University of Texas MBA, University of Texas ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary Ph.D., Theological Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary, in progress Term Expires: July 31, 2011 Susan Hoff Senior Vice President Community Investment United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, Inc. Education: B.A., Bilingual/Bicultural Education, Ft. Lewis College Term Expires: July 31, 2011

Stacy L. Jones, Ed. D. Director of Student Involvement and Leadership University of Alabama Education: B.A. Communication (Advertising and Graphic Design), University of Alabama M.A. Education (Higher Education Administration), University of Alabama Ed.D. Education, University of Alabama 4 | The National Society of Collegiate Scholars Annual Report 2010

Term Expires: July 31, 2011

Amy James President National Leadership Council 2010-11 Education: Majoring in BSPS Doctor of Pharmacy University of Toledo Term Expires: July 31, 2011

Jillian Kinzie Associate Director Indiana University Center for Postsecondary Research and the NSSE Institute for Effective Educational Practice Education: Ph.D., Higher Education,Indiana University Bloomington Term expires: December 31, 2013

Stephen E. Loflin CEO & Founder The National Society of Collegiate Scholars Education: B.S., Marketing, University of South Carolina M.S., Higher Education, Florida State University Larry F. Solomon Chief Operating Officer, Human Resources Accenture Education: B.S. Business Administration, The State University of New York at Albany, 1986 Term Expires: July 31, 2011 Jeff Summer Founding Partner Summer Group LLC Education: B.A., Psychology, Seattle University Term Expires: December 31, 2013

Kenneth Wilson Executive Vice President National Leadership Council 2010-2011 Education: Majoring in Health Science, Kaplan University Term Expires: July 31, 2011

Alumni Advisory Board President Andrew Bruskin Stony Brook University Stony Brook Chapter Vice President, Public Relations 2007-2008 NLC President

Executive Vice President

Alexander Flowers Roosevelt University, Schaumberg Campus Roosevelt University Founding Chapter President

Deputy Vice President

Ciara Ginyard Syracuse University Syracuse University Founding Member Syracuse University Vice President Community Service Syracuse University Chapter President NSCS Intern, 2000-2002 NSCS Staff, 2002-2003 Andrea Anstett University of Michigan-Ann Arbor NSCS China Academy participant-2009

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Erica Behrens Winona State University Winona State Chapter President Katie Captain Auburn University Auburn Chapter President

Lydia Streit Cendana, West Virginia University West Virginia University Chapter President Christopher Coen Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Tech Chapter Vice President Georgia Tech Chapter President

Hesham Elnagar Northern Arizona University Northern Arizona University Founding Vice President Dave Jose Providence College Providence College Chapter President 2006-2007 NLC President

Community College Honorary Board Co-Chairs Dr. Belle Wheelan President Commission on Colleges Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Dr. Charles Downs Former President Virginia Western Community College

Board Members Dr. James Anderson Chancellor Central Texas College

Dr. Ken Atwater President Hillsborough Community College

Dr. Constance Carroll Chancellor San Diego Community College District Dr. Jack Daniels, III President Los Angeles Southwest College

Dr. Charles Dassance President Central Florida Community College Dr. Roy Flores Chancellor Pima Community College

Dr. Gregory Gray Chancellor Riverside Community College

Dr. Brenda Hellyer Chancellor San Jacinto College

Dr. Byron McClenney Project Director & Senior Lecturer The University of Texas at Austin Dr. Henry Shannon Superintendent/President Chaffey College

Dr. Mary Spangler Chancellor Houston Community College System

Dr. Robert Templin, Jr. President Northern Virginia Community College Â

Dr. Zelema Harris Chancellor Saint Louis Community College

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NSCS Chapters Alabama

Auburn University

The University of Alabama

The University of Alabama at Birmingham University of South Alabama


University of Alaska Anchorage University of Alaska Fairbanks


Argosy University Online Arizona State University

ASU at the Polytechnic campus Northern Arizona University The University of Arizona


Arkansas State University Arkansas Tech University University of Arkansas

University of Central Arkansas


California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo California State University, Dominguez Hills California State University, Fresno

California State University, Fullerton

California State University, Long Beach

California State University, Los Angeles California State University, Northridge California State University, Stanislaus Chapman University

Humboldt State University

Los Angeles Southwest College Loyola Marymount University Mills College

Pomona College

San Diego State University

University of California, Berkeley University of California, Davis

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University of California, Irvine

University of California, Los Angeles University of California, Riverside

University of California, San Diego

University of California, Santa Barbara University of California, Santa Cruz University of San Diego

University of San Francisco

University of Southern California


Colorado State University

Jones International University Regis University

University of Colorado at Boulder University of Colorado at Denver University of Denver

University of Northern Colorado


Fairfield University

University of Connecticut

Western Connecticut State University


Delaware State University University of Delaware

District of Columbia American University

Georgetown University Howard University Strayer University

The George Washington University


Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Florida A&M University

Florida Atlantic University

Florida International University

Florida Memorial University

Saint Xavier University

Hillsborough Community College

University of Illinois at Chicago

The Florida State University Kaplan University Rollins College

University of Central Florida

Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Western Illinois University

University of Miami


University of South Florida

DePauw University

University of Florida

University of North Florida


Georgia College & State University Columbus State University

Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia State University

Kennesaw State University Morehouse College

Ball State University Butler University

Indiana State University

Indiana University Bloomington

Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis Purdue University

University of Evansville

University of Southern Indiana Vincennes University

Spelman College


University of West Georgia

University of Northern Iowa

South University Online The University of Georgia


University of Hawai’i at Manoa


Boise State University

Idaho State University University of Idaho


Columbia College

DePaul University

Eastern Illinois University Illinois State University Lewis University

Iowa State University

The University of Iowa


Fort Hays State University Kansas State University

The University of Kansas Wichita State University


Murray State University University of Kentucky

University of Louisville

Western Kentucky University Eastern Kentucky University Morehead State University

Monmouth College


Roosevelt University

The University of Louisiana at Monroe

Loyola University Chicago Northern Illinois University

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Louisiana State University

Southeastern Louisiana University

Tulane University


The University of Maine


The Johns Hopkins University Towson University

United States Naval Academy

University of Maryland, College Park

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

University of Maryland University College

Massachusetts Boston University

Brandeis University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Northeastern University

University of Massachusetts Amherst

Michigan Baker College

Central Michigan University

Eastern Michigan University Michigan State University

Saginaw Valley State University University of Michigan

Wayne State University

Western Michigan University

Minnesota Crown College

St. Cloud State University

University of Minnesota at Twin Cities University of St. Thomas Winona State University


Mississippi State University

The University of Mississippi

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Missouri State University

Northwest Missouri State University Saint Louis University

Truman State University

University of Central Missouri

University of Missouri-Columbia


Montana State University – Bozeman


Creighton University

University of Nebraska-Lincoln


University of Nevada, Las Vegas

New Hampshire Dartmouth College

Keene State College

New Jersey

Princeton University

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Rutgers University, Newark Seton Hall University

New Mexico

New Mexico State University

The University of New Mexico

New York

Cornell University Dowling College

New York City College of Technology Rochester Institute of Technology Stony Brook University Syracuse University The Cooper Union

University at Albany

University at Buffalo

University of Rochester

North Carolina

Appalachian State University East Carolina University

North Carolina State University

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill The University of North Carolina at Charlotte The University of North Carolina, Asheville

The University of North Carolina, Greensboro Winston Salem State University

North Dakota

North Dakota State University University of North Dakota


Case Western Reserve University Kent State University Miami University

The Ohio State University The University of Akron

The University of Toledo

Saint Joseph’s University Temple University

The Pennsylvania State University University of Pennsylvania University of Pittsburgh Villanova University

Puerto Rico

University of Puerto Rico

University of Puerto Rico-Bayamon

Rhode Island Providence College

Rhode Island College

University of Rhode Island

South Carolina Clemson University

College of Charleston

University of South Carolina

South Dakota

The University of South Dakota

University of Dayton


Youngstown State University

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

University of Cincinnati Wright State University


Oklahoma State University

The University of Oklahoma


Oregon State University

Portland State University University of Oregon

Willamette University

Pennsylvania Drexel University

La Salle University Lehigh University

Robert Morris University

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Middle Tennessee State University The University of Tennessee Vanderbilt University


Baylor University

Prairie View A&M University Rice University

San Jacinto College

Southern Methodist University

Stephen F. Austin State University Texas A&M University

Texas Christian University

Texas Southern University Texas Tech University

Texas Woman’s University

The University of Texas at Arlington The University of Texas at Austin

The University of Texas at El Paso

The University of Texas at San Antonio Trinity University

University of Houston

University of North Texas


Brigham Young University Southern Utah University The University of Utah Utah State University


The University of Vermont


George Mason University

James Madison University

Northern Virginia Community College Radford University

The College of William & Mary

University of Mary Washington University of Virginia

Virginia Commonwealth University

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University


University of Washington

University of Washington-Bothell Washington State University

Western Washington University

West Virginia Marshall University

West Virginia University


The University of Wisconsin – Madison


University of Wyoming

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NSCS Finances

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Breakdown of Expenses

1 office 271 chapters 750,000 lifetime members

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Academic Success One of the most important ways NSCS rewards our members’ academic success is through our scholarship programs. We awarded more than $250,000 in scholarship dollars during the 2009-2010 academic year. Scholarships reach all facets of student life from study abroad awards to scholarships for integrity and service.

Scholarship is one of NSCS’ core values. To recognize and celebrate the academic achievements of our members and to defray the costs of education, NSCS offers more than a quarter of a millions dollars in scholarships every year. The Merit Award is a $1,000 scholarship awarded to 52 new members each year. The recipients are chosen based on their ability to inspire academic excellence and engaged citizenship in their communities.

2010 Merit Award Recipients Baylor University

Marshall University

Sierra Buske

Ashleigh Daniel

Dominic Grisafe

Tessa Purcell Rachel Horn

California Polytechnic State University

California State University, Fresno Justeen Marie Borrecco

Central Michigan University Emily Alida Forgrave

College of Charleston Amanda Nelson

Delaware State University Janae Moore

Miami University

Middle Tennessee State University Lindsey Duvall

Montana State University, Bozeman Jennifer Rose Nielson

Morehouse College Tariq Taylor

Northern Virginia Community College

Kaitlyn Wiggins

Alexander Joseph Nesser Rollins College Charles Ebert

Emma Kougell

Carly Gascolgne

Kelli Burton Bryn Bennett

Holly Pence

East Carolina University

George Mason University

Indiana University, Bloomington

Kaplan University

San Diego State University

Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville

Stephen F. Austin State University

John A Columbo Jr. Jacqueline Payne Carolyn Le Monica Cain Martha Jeirles Freeman

Henriette Eidsnes

Alexandra Dyer

Nadia C Abderrazzaq

Loyola University Chicago

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Texas Southern University Chinonso Ezeudu Brenda Kariuki

Texas Tech University

The Pennsylvania State University

University of San Francisco

Murphy Leigh Anderson

Mia A. Johnson

Fanglin Sun

Andrea Justiniano Nunez

Timothy Derek Hardy

Olivia Murawski

The University of Iowa

The University of Louisiana at Monroe

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Mane Gueye

The University of Wisconsin - Madison Erin Scharenbroch

Tulane University Sarah Donaldson

University at Buffalo Jovin Panthapattu

University of South Alabama

Villanova University

Villanova University Sarah Gross

Washington State University Kiah Nelsen

Wayne State University Britney Sharp

West Virginia University Taylor Zimmerma

University of Connecticut Amanda Kachinsky

University of Houston Ho Lam Barry Woo

University of Maryland Jamie Silverman

University of Missouri-Columbia Aaron Peterman

University of North Texas Kristel Montano-Rodriguez

University of Northern Iowa Nicole Hulme

University of Oregon Alexandra Jane Graham

University of Pittsburgh Katherine Delle 18 | The National Society of Collegiate Scholars Annual Report 2010

Scholar Abroad NSCS provides one $5,000 scholarship in the fall and spring semesters for members embarking on a study abroad trip. NSCS also offers a $2,500 scholarship in the summer.

2010 Recipients: Summer

Jennie Stewart Southeastern University


Nicole Beckerman Mills College


Shanikia Young Columbus State University

Scholar at Sea NSCS awards one $7,000 partial scholarship for each fall and spring voyage and five $2,000 scholarships for summer voyages.

2010 Recipients Fall

Alexandra DeLone College of Charleston


Chidinma Achebe University of Pennsylvania


Stephen Freudenberg The University of Georgia

Community College Transition Award The National Society of Collegiate Scholars will award $2500 scholarships to two outstanding community college students who are transferring into a 4-year institution. The scholarship is only available to students attending one of our community colleges, which presently include: Hillsborough Community College, Los Angeles Southwest College, Northern Virginia Community College, Houston Community College, Lone Star College System and San Jacinto College.

2010 Recipient

Basel Amer Hillsborough Community College

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E-Scholar Award Every year, NSCS awards two scholarships to outstanding NSCS members who attend online universities (Strayer, Baker, Kaplan, South University, Argosy University, Jones International University, University of Maryland University College and Franklin University). This award is a $1,000 scholarship toward members' tuition costs.

2010 Recipients

Amanda Cousineau Baker College Online Christopher Tomlin Kaplan University

Chapter Officer Award 2010 The Chapter Officer Award recognizes five NSCS officers who have distinguished themselves for their unyielding dedication and tireless effort while collaborating with their chapter to fulfill the mission of the Society through the improvement of their chapter on campus, exemplifying what it means to be an NSCS officer and maintaining contact with the NSCS national office.

2010 Recipients

Allison Crawford California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo Mykel Walsh Southern Utah University

Carolyn Collier The College of William & Mary

Alexandra Shue The University of North Carolina at Charlotte James Walsh University of Alaska Fairbanks

GEICO Achievement Award Through an NSCS partnership with GEICO, three outstanding members will receive $1,000 scholarships when they answer the question: What have I accomplished academically and in my work or extra curricular activities to deserve a GEICO Achievement Award?

2010 Recipients

Jerri-Ann Berry University of Florida

Alexandra Law University of Nebraska-Lincoln Kerry Magro Seaton Hall University

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Service Service is an integral part of the NSCS experience. The Planning to Achieve Collegiate Excellence (PACE) initiative continues to be one of the most successful service programs implemented by NSCS. Youth-oriented literacy and education programs have been the focus of our service programs. In addition to the PACE initiative, chapters are encouraged to plan their own service events. In 2010, chapters held events ranging from fundraisers and food drives to discussion boards and marathons.

PACE The Planning to Achieve Collegiate Excellence (PACE) program, previously known as Planning for College Success (PFCS)

A 2010 survey of the top 25 NSCS PACE programs shows that those NSCS chapters alone have reached more than 950 students, who attended a PACE assembly. These students learned how to fill out a college application, apply for financial aid and scholarships, and create a resume, among many other opportunities. Our chapters have reached out to over 2,100 students through mentoring programs. With well-established relationship, planning, communication and dedication from NSCS members, PACE is making a difference in communities all over the country and helping young adults prepare for a brighter future. March to College is one of the fastest growing initiatives of the PACE program. Chapters hosted events that brought over 800 students to a single campus. With patience, detailed planning, communication and dedication from NSCS members, we are making the March to College Day experience for those 800 students a day that inspires them to further their academic careers.

Chapter Highlights: University of Central Florida (UCF) PACE Assembly The Assembly program at the University of Central Florida has been well established. They have worked with Outreach Love, a local area after school program, for over 4 years now. This incredible program reaches 20 students at each assembly and creates a unique opportunity for both NSCS members and the students of Outreach Love. NSCS members are allowed to speak on whatever subject they feel passionate about and talk about the path they took to get to college. This allows for a more personal touch to the assemblies. “I feel that we had a positive impact on the kids. For these kids college seems like a far off idea and it is important to instill a goal to attend college at a young age with them…” says Ashley Lindsey, Vice President of PACE at UCF. Uniquely, UCF offers an opportunity for those students who are unable to make the off campus event to still participate. “Even members who could not attend the event were able to be involved. At a meeting prior to the event everyone wrote why they loved UCF, which was read to the kids.”

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Virginia Tech PACE March to College Virginia Tech has a fantastic March to College Day program which has been in place for over 7 years. “This event is rewarding and one of the biggest events for the Virginia Tech Chapter” says NSCS member Jessica Gandhi. “This year, I was able to work closely with Carolyn, the VP of PACE, to make this experience memorable for the over 220 students attending from local middle schools”. In working with middle school students from Auburn Middle School and Christiansburg Middle School, NSCS members give students a glimpse into life beyond high school graduation.

First, the students took a tour of the famous “Lane Stadium” and Cassel Coliseum that houses the Virginia Tech Hokies Football and Basketball teams. Then they were able to experience campus food at D2, a buffet restaurant on campus. Virginia Tech has some of the best campus dining in the country. Lastly, they saw a Chemistry Magic Show, performed by a Chemistry professor. Throughout the day, students are surrounded by NSCS members and discussing their futures in education. The 220+ students were introduced to all aspects of student life both verbally and physically, which gave them a better understanding of what happens during college. “This event provides students with ideas of the future and understanding that they can do anything. We try to encourage the students by actions rather than just talking to them,” Gandhi says. Time management, planning and dedication are what make the Virginia Tech March to College Day a continued success each and every year.

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Integrity Integrity refers to honesty in all personal, professional and academic endeavors. Integrity matters because it’s at the foundation of any successful community. Without integrity, a leader cannot engender trust. Without integrity, academic accomplishments are meaningless. Without integrity, service to one’s community is hollow. That’s why we consider it the foundation of our pillars of Scholarship, Leadership and Service. These are words we strive to live and encourage in our members each day. To convey this message we encourage members to participate in I Stand for Integrity Day and to apply or nominate their professors for two special integrity scholarships.

I Stand for Integrity Week Each year during the second week of February, NSCS recognizes integrity during I Stand for Integrity Week to commemorate this important value among our members.

I Stand for Integrity Week was held at campuses across the nation. NSCS chapters were busy holding integrity events including banner signing table events, speakers, panel discussions and other creative ideas to bring the NSCS value of integrity to their campuses.

Ever wonder what it takes to make a successful Integrity Week? Just ask the officers at Northeastern University, who used their daily events to spark the campus’s interest in The National Society of Collegiate Scholars, while using innovative ideas to keep current members active. “One theme we really wanted to drive home with Integrity Week was the ability to do something you enjoyed while also benefitting someone else,” said Emily Palmeri, the Northeastern University chapter secretary. That theme stuck with the chapter throughout the entire week. Kicking off their multi-event week with an activity called Upcycle Notebook Making, the chapter – along with an organization called ExCL - used recycled goods to create notebooks. The goal of the event was to have users create one notebook for personal use and another for a less fortunate individual. The chapter also used their first event to promote the rest of the week by handing out “Get Some” integrity shirts. 24 | The National Society of Collegiate Scholars Annual Report 2010

The next activity of the week was an integrity fashion show. The show started at 7:30 p.m. in the Curry Student Center Ballroom. Models began by strutting down the runway in Northeastern gear. Afterward, there was a throwback section where Northeastern chapter Vice President of PACE Allison Ailor wore a Hello Kitty outfit. During the show’s intermission, audience members were asked to sign the banner to pledge integrity. The show ended with models clad in outfits of their choice for the People Choice Award, with the winner receiving a $50 gift card to Express. The next morning, volunteers made Valentine’s Day cards for friends, family and residents of the Pine Street Inn, a homeless shelter for women. Over 130 cards were made, and nearly 100 t-shirts were given away.

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Integrity Scholarship Recipient The Integrity Scholarship is awarded to five members who have demonstrated commitment to integrity. Recipients of this award receive a $1,000 scholarship toward the cost of tuition demonstrated a true commitment to integrity through a series of short answer questions describing a time when their integrity has been challenged.

The Inspire Integrity Award

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars’ Inspire Integrity Awards are the only national student-nominated faculty awards program. These awards are presented to full-time university faculty who have, through their lessons and actions, made a significant impact on the lives of their students and instilled a high degree of personal and academic integrity.

D r. Shane Hunt received his Ph.D in Marketing from Oklahoma State University in 2007. Shane is

the 2010 National Society for Collegiate Scholars Inspire Integrity Award recipient, a 2006 AMA Sheth Foundation and 2005 National Conference in Sales Management Doctoral Fellow. Shane’s research has appeared in The Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management, The Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management, Transportation Journal and he has been invited to present to numerous organizations including the American Marketing Association and the National Conference in Sales Management. Shane has won multiple best paper awards for his research into Marketing Education. After completing his MBA at the University of Oklahoma, Shane went to work for a Fortune 500 company in Tulsa, OK and spent eight years working as a pricing analyst, product manager, and business development manager overseeing numerous Mergers and Acquisitions initiatives. Shane is now an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Arkansas State University and lives in Jonesboro, Arkansas with his wife Jenifer and their two children, Andrew and Sarah.

Dr. Hunt, Arkansas State University

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“Dr. Hunt made an immediate impression on me. Whether it was through the type of words he used, the tone of his words, or by the sincerity of his body language, I could tell that he truly cared about not only the academic success of each student in the classroom, but the lifelong success of each student.” – Lance Gooch

Partnership NSCS partners with dozens of companies to create numerous discounts and job opportunities for NSCS members. Our relationship with partners can sometimes have the biggest impact on our members. Our partners not only help us to give members exclusive opportunities and benefits, but they also sponsor some of our signature programs including our annual Convention and Leadership Summits.

NSCS Corporate and Graduate School Partners NSCS partners with many of the nation’s premier corporations and nonprofit organizations to offer the very best post-graduate opportunities for NSCS members. Many of these employers rely on the NSCS membership base as a prime source for their recruitment.

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Leadership Summit 2010 At the 2010 Leadership Summit entitled Summit 2010: Own the Road! chapter officers and advisors from across the nation came together to participate in leadership workshops and learn about new policies. Members enjoyed a variety of leadership workshops, speakers and were able to vote on the location of the 2011 Convention. NSCS staff traveled to each of region to host the Summit in five unique cities: Boston, Atlanta, Chicago, Denver and Seattle.

Region 1

Boston, MA June 15-16

Region 2 Atlanta, GA June 18-19

Region 3 Chicago, IL June 21-22 Region 4 Denver, CO June 24-25

Region 5

Seattle, WA July 6-7

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