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WELCOME TO THE 2011 DELTA UPSILON LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE!

The first Delta Upsilon Convention was held in Schenectady, New York in July 1847, only 13 years after our founding at Williams College. For the past 164 years, the men of Delta Upsilon have been welcomed at dozens of cities across the United States and Canada. GENERAL INFORMATION

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CONDUCT AND ATTENDANCE

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LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE AGENDA

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EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS OVERVIEW DELTA UPSILON IGNITE SERIES

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FRATERNITY AND FOUNDATION LEADERSHIP 10 PROVINCE LEADERSHIP

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NOTES AND IDEAS 12 HOTEL INFORMATION AND MAP

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DELTA UPSILON FRATERNITY 8705 Founders Road Indianapolis, Indiana 46268 Phone: 317-875-8900 www.deltau.org

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4 GENERAL INFORMATION

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

Florida laws concerning the consumption of alcoholic beverages are strictly enforced. Alcoholic beverages may not be carried in hallways or elevators. Be prepared to show valid proof of age.

Check-out from the Hilton is required by 11 a.m. on Sunday. If you need extra time, please make your own arrangements with the hotel front desk.

CELL PHONES

Please be respectful. Keep cell phones silent and refrain from using them during educational programs, meetings and meals unless accessing social media sites.

DRESS CODE

Business casual = khaki pants or slacks, button-up or golf shirt, dress shoes Professional Attire/Coat and tie = dress shirt, coat, tie, dress slacks, dress shoes and socks and Badge Make sure to wear your favorite blue and gold tie for the Grand Banquet on Saturday night. 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 p.m. 7:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 6:15 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

First check with hotel security and then check with the Leadership Institute Office.

MEALS

CHECK OUT TIME

Thursday Friday Saturday

LOST AND FOUND

Business Casual Coat and tie Business casual Founders 5K Classic Business Casual Coat & tie

DELTA UPSILON EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION

Your registration fee covers the following events that include food and beverage: Thursday Opening Reception, Global Service Lunch, Awards Luncheon, and Grand Banquet. Thursday evening’s opening is a reception with heavy hors d’oeuvres. Requests for special meals (food allergies/ vegetarian) should have been noted on the registration form. Please visit the LI office if you have any special needs that you did not note.

MEETING ROOMS

Map of the specific locations of meeting rooms can be found on pages 19 of this program.

NAME TAGS

Please wear your name tag at all times during the Institute. Lost name tags may be replaced at the Leadership Institute Office.

OAK CIRCLE

The Oak Circle is a group of generous undergraduate donors and is annually recognized in the Delta Upsilon Quarterly. Any donor who gives $25 or more in a fiscal year will become a “Gold Level Donor.” The Oak Circle recognizes gifts from undergraduate brothers to Delta Upsilon.

RESPECT

Please respect other hotel guests by not creating excessive noise at any time. Violations will be reported and you may be asked to leave the Leadership Institute and the hotel.

The Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation was established as a taxdeductible vehicle for Brothers and friends of Delta Upsilon to contribute to the Fraternity’s educational programs. The Foundation is managed by a Board of Trustees. As a result of the generosity of many DU Brothers, the Leadership Institute and the Winter Educational Conference are both largely underwritten by grants made from the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation to the Fraternity.

SOCIAL MEDIA:

DU LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE OFFICE

STANDARDS COMMITTEE

Located in the East Registration room. Please feel free to stop by if you have needs or questions during the Leadership Institute.

EMERGENCIES

Call 911. Report injury or illness to the hotel operator and then report the situation to the DU Leadership Institute Office.

HOTEL CHARGES

All delegates and attendees are responsible for their own incidental charges at the hotel.

This year our social media team will be covering all events throughout the Leadership Institute on Twitter and Facebook. If you tweet, make sure to include the hashtag #duli11 in your post so others can follow your experience throughout the conference. We encourage all participants on Facebook to also post photos, video and comments on our page as well.

Those chapters that have been scheduled to visit must make sure that at least two representatives of the chapter are present at the agreed upon time. Locations are shown in the schedule. Meeting notices are distributed at registration. Please check to see if you have a meeting scheduled.

TIPPING

No tipping is necessary for the meals included in your Leadership Institute registration fee. At other times, tipping is at your discretion, although 17 percent is recommended. For bell service, please tip one dollar per bag.


The 2011 Leadership Institute will provide you with new insights and a variety of experiences that will enhance your chapter or colony. Please ensure that you fully understand the code of conduct and attendance policy for the 2011 Leadership Institute. Code of Conduct I understand and will adhere to the following policies throughout the duration of the 2011 Leadership Institute: As a Delta Upsilon brother, I will know and understand our founding principles – friendship, character, culture, and justice, and will strive to incorporate them into my daily life.

As a Delta Upsilon brother, I will respect the dignity of all persons; therefore I will not physically, mentally, psychologically, or sexually abuse or haze any human being. As a Delta Upsilon brother, I will protect the health and safety of all human beings. As a Delta Upsilon brother, I will respect my property and the property of others; therefore, I will neither abuse nor tolerate abuse of property. As a Delta Upsilon brother, I will neither use nor support the use of illegal drugs; I will neither misuse nor support the misuse of alcohol. As a Delta Upsilon brother, I will challenge all my Fraternity brothers to abide by these fraternal expectations and will confront those who violate them.

ATTENDANCE POLICY

Educational programs, meetings and banquets are mandatory for all undergraduates in attendance. Failure to attend an event or program may result in your dismissal from the conference, hotel, and forfeiture of any registration scholarships. I pledge that any time an educational session, training, or keynote address is offered, I will participate. I understand that failure to attend all programs may result in dismissal from the conference and my chapter being responsible for the cost of my registration.

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CODE OF CONDUCT AND ATTENDANCE POLICY


6 LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE AGENDA

THURSDAY, AUGUST 4

FRIDAY, AUGUST 5

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Board of Directors Meeting - Narcissus

DUEF Board Meeting - Poinsettia/Quince

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Ignite Series General Session - Center/South Fast-paced, fun, thought-provoking, social, local, global—Ignite is all of these and more. It’s a highenergy morning of five minute talks by members who have an idea—and the guts to get on stage and share it with their brothers.

The 2011 Leadership Institute will offer an exclusive learning and networking opportunity for chapters looking to improve membership recruitment processes. This one-day conference will stretch your thinking by examining new strategies and practical applications for achieving membership growth within your chapter.

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4:30 p.m.– 5:30 p.m. @ nnn b

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Province Meetings (Provinces 3, 4, 5, 11) Province 3 - Fuschia/Gardenia Province 4 - Kahili/Lily Province 5 - Hibiscus/Iris Province 11 - Camelia An opportunity for participants to meet other Delta Upsilon leaders in their region and learn about the undergraduate convention and assembly of trustees process.

5:30 p.m.– 6:30 p.m. @ nnn b

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Province Meetings (Provinces 1, 2, 6, 8 and the Canadian Conference) Province 1 - Hibiscus/Iris Province 2 - Kahili/Lily Province 6 - Fuschia/Gardenia Province 8 - Camelia CanCon - Orange Blossom

7:00 p.m.– 9:30 p.m. @ nnn f

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Province Meetings (7, 9, 10,* 12, 13)

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BUSINESS CASUAL ATTIRE

Ignite Series Break-out #2

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Jeff Fuhrman, Northern Iowa ’94 - Salon III Citizen of the World: Thoughts On Being an International Professional in Our Century John Simpson, Bradley ’08 - Kahil/Lily Brotherhood Stops at the Treasurer’s Door Corey Mock, North Dakota ’08 - Fuschia/Gardenia Continuing to Live the Ritual After You Graduate Kevin Smith, Ohio ’10 - Salon VIII Personal Leadership in Today’s Multi-Generational Workforce

nn n b 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. @

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* Educational Break-outs

Newly Elected UGAB Representatives Meeting Camelia

EVENT FOR UNDERGRADUATE ATTENDEES

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Reid Ricciardi, Purdue ’94 - Salon VIII Utilizing a Chapter’s #1 Resource: Alumni Brad Marshall, Central Florida ’01 - Fuschia/ Gardenia Marketing Your Fraternity Experience to Potential Employers Todd Sullivan, Santa Barbara ’95 - Salon III Travel For Good Josh Katz, Central Florida ’97 - Kahil/Lily Instilling the Principles into Your Family Life

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Ignite Series Break-out #1

Global Service Luncheon - Center/South

Province 7 - Fuschia/Gardenia Province 9 - Kahili/Lily Province 10 - Hibiscus/Iris Province 12 - Camelia Province 13 - Dogwood

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Opening Reception - Center/South Initiation - Salon I – III To kickoff the Leadership Institute in style, we will welcome all participants, guests and family members to an evening of music, food and fellowship. Following this reception we will welcome individuals into the brotherhood of Delta Upsilon as we conduct the initiation ritual of the Fraternity.

9:30 p.m.– 10:30 p.m. @ nn n b

Undergraduate Convention - Salon VI - VII The Convention consists of one delegate from each undergraduate chapter that is in good standing with Fraternity. Each undergraduate chapter selects its delegate to the Convention; provided that such delegate shall be an Undergraduate Member of the Fraternity and that Chapter. The Convention has full power to adopt, amend and repeal the Fraternity’s Laws and to do all things necessary and proper to carry out the operations and to effect the purpose of the Fraternity.

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Understanding our Ritual - Salon III Principle-Based Recruiting - Salon VIII Preparing for Leadership - Fuschia/ Gardenia Global Service - Kahili/Lily What is your Career Path? - Narcissus/ Orange

EVENT FOR ALUMNI AND VOLUNTEER ATTENDEES COAT AND TIE ATTIRE

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EVENT BY INVITE ONLY

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COAT AND TIE WITH BLUE AND GOLD TIE

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Alumni Volunteer Conference - Camelia/Dogwood Connect with other Delta Upsilon volunteers and learn more about where the Fraternity is heading.

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Educational Break-outs

Rethinking Accountability - Salon III Names List/Recruitment Process - Salon VIII Diversity in Action- Fuschia/Gardenia Creating/Sustaining an Ethical Environment - Kahili Financial Planning - Narcissus/Orange

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International Fraternity President Dr. E. Bernard Franklin, Ph.D Keynote - Center/South For over 20 years, Dr. Bernard Franklin, Kansas State '75 has advised and worked with undergraduate men’s fraternities and other men’s organizations. For the past five years, he has served on DU’s Board of Directors as President of the Fraternity. With such perspective, he’s simply not satisfied with the role fraternities—including DU—currently play on college campuses and in preparing their members to be competitive in an ever-evolving global marketplace. America depends on college fraternities to produce leaders, but Dr. Franklin isn’t convinced we will meet that demand unless we reexamine our priorities and recommit to our principles. Join Dr. Franklin to learn more about his assessment of DU and the entire fraternal community, and what each of us can do to ensure DU achieves its vision to be the premier men’s fraternity committed to Building Better Men for a global society through service, leadership development, and lifelong personal growth of our diverse membership.

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State of the Fraternity - Center/South Executive Director Justin Kirk, Boise State '00 will give an overview of the Fraternity’s successes and introduce new initiatives planned for the year ahead.

6:30 p.m.

Evening on your own


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Founders 5K Classic All are welcome to gather for an early morning run through Disney on a 5K course. Refreshments will be available immediately following the race.

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* Creating a Plan of Action - Center/South

This session will explore the challenge presented on Friday evening by President Franklin and Executive Director Kirk. Discover the driving motivation for action through personal and chapter-based planning. All chapter members should be present for this session as you will be working collectively to develop a plan on how you will meet their challenge.

9:00 a.m.– 11:30 a.m. @ nn b

Assembly of Trustees - Salon VI - VII The Assembly of Trustees is a formation of one Trustee from each Alumni Chapter of a related Undergraduate Chapter that is in good standing with the Fraternity. Each Alumni Chapter selects its delegate to the Assembly of Trustees; provided that such delegate shall be an Alumni Member of the Fraternity and that Alumni Chapter. The Assembly of Trustees has full power to adopt, amend and repeal the Fraternity’s Laws and to do all things necessary and proper to carry out the operations and to effect the purpose of the Fraternity. All alumni members are encouraged to the attend the Assembly of Trustees.

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Awards Luncheon - Center/South During the luncheon, the fraternity will recognize the following: • A.S.C for attendance to the Leadership Institute and lifetime commitment to Delta Upsilon. • The Outstanding Alumni Chapter Award presented to an alumni chapter that has shown excellence this past year. • Chairman’s Award for Outstanding Alumni Volunteer of the Year presented to an alumni member who has given their time and effort to the betterment of Delta Upsilon or its chapters. • President’s Award for Distinguished Undergraduate who has demonstrated outstanding leadership in leading his chapter in the past year. • Foundation Awards Winners. • President of the Year and Advisor of the Year awards

2:00 p.m.– 2:30 p.m. @ nnn b

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Time for Vendors and Break - South Floyer

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DUIF / DUEF Joint Meeting - Camelia/Dogwood

2:30 p.m.– 4:00 p.m. @ nnn b

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Loss Prevention General Session - Center/South Jordan Lotsoff, Northern Illinois ‘88. This interactive session will cover the Delta Upsilon Loss Prevention program consisting of: Loss Prevention Policies, Insurance Coverage for membership, along with trends in incidents, claims and lawsuits. This session is MANDATORY for every chapter in attendance at the Leadership Institute.

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Undergraduate of the Year Interviews - Edel Weiss

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2:30 p.m.– 4:00 p.m. n n b UGAB Meeting - Hibiscus

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Province Governor Meeting - Iris

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DUIF Board Meeting - Azalea/Begonia

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Educational Break-outs

Loss Prevention - Salon II Recruiting Skills - Salon VIII Implementing Change - Salon III Mind, Body, and Soul of the Leader - Kahili/Lily How to Rid Stereotypes and Prejudices Narcissus/Orange

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Leadership Institute Group Photo - TBA g nnn 6:30 p.m.– 7:00 p.m. @

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Reception - International Foyer

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Grand Banquet - Center/South The keystone event of the Leadership Institute, the Grand Awards Banquet is the fraternity’s opportunity to recognize members and chapters for their work to further the Four Founding Principles of Delta Upsilon. We will recognize the following during this awards banquet: • The Most Improved Chapter Award recognizes a chapter that has seen noticeable improvement within the past year. • Charter Presentations which celebrate our newest brothers and chapters added to the Fraternity’s active roll. • Sweepstakes Finalist and Presentation of the Sweepstakes Trophy recognizes the top chapters within Delta Upsilon.

10:30 p.m.–Midnight @ nn

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Poker Tournament - Salon VI-VII

SUNDAY, AUGUST 7 8:00 a.m.– 9:00 a.m. @ nnn b

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Interdenominational Service - Azalea/Begonia All are invited to attend this non-denominational service.

Depart on your own

ON-YOUR-OWN MEAL OPTIONS COVINGTON MILL

Start your day off right and help yourself to Covington Mill’s a la carte menu or breakfast buffet that boasts an endless assortment of hot and cold items, seasonal fruit and freshly baked pastries. Guests are sure to enjoy made-to-order omelet station and Mickey Mouse waffles! Health conscious patrons will find offer numerous heart healthy menu selections. Ideal for a quick power-lunch or a relaxing midday meal, Covington Mill offers a variety of soup, salads, sandwiches and signature dishes. Whether dining indoors or enjoying the Florida sunshine on our terrace, Covington Mill offers personalized service in a relaxed atmosphere. 24-HOUR MAINSTREET MARKET

Jump start your morning with a fresh cup of Joe by visiting Mainstreet Market, open 24-hours, where “We Proudly Brew” Starbucks coffee! Grab a quick breakfast or pick up some treats to snack on throughout the day. Offering a variety of options for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks -- from fresh fruit and pastries to salads, sandwiches and pizza - there is something to satisfy every palette. To complete your meal select from our assortment of snacks, candy and ice cream novelties. For your convenience, Mainstreet Market is open 24-hours for all of your on-the-go needs. ANDIAMO ITALIAN BISTRO

Andiamo Italian Bistro & Grille, the hotel’s signature restaurant, is a bistro and wine bar offering an authentic and unique dining experience. Its contemporary design, back-lit art and bold red hues create the perfect backdrop for a family dinner, romantic evening for two or a quiet meal with colleagues. Freshly prepared house specialties include hot and cold antipasti, homemade ravioli, and delicious pasta selections. Try one of our incredible sizzling steak platters or broiled fish dishes complimented by award-winning service. Indulge in one of our specialty coffees and delectable desserts. Featuring an extensive wine list and full bar, and a children friendly menu - Andiamo Italian Bistro and Grille is the perfect choice for any occasion.


8 EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS OVERVIEW

FRIDAY 2:15 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

BREAKOUT 1: UNDERSTANDING OUR RITUAL

Learn about the Delta Upsilon non-secret ritual. This year marks the 100th anniversary of our ritual. You will come away from this session with a better understanding of the ritual’s meaning, how to incorporate it into your daily life, and how to talk with other brothers about their thoughts on our non-secret ritual. BREAKOUT 2: PRINCIPLE-BASED RECRUITING

Learn how to integrate our Four Founding Principles into your chapter’s recruiting practices. You will come away from this session knowing how to find the best men on your campus who are already living a life that incorporates the principles. You will also learn what kinds of activities demonstrate someone who is committed to the principles. Material in this session is from the recruitment pre-conference. Those who attended may see some repeated material. BREAKOUT 3: PREPARING FOR LEADERSHIP: WHAT IT TAKES TO TAKE THE LEAD

Learn what Delta Upsilon executive board position is the best fit for you through the new Delta Upsilon Chapter Leader competency model. This model will help you realize where your strengths and interest will fit with a Delta Upsilon leadership position. You will come away from this session having a set plan for what positions you want to run for next. BREAKOUT 4: CHANGE THE WORLD THROUGH BUILDING BETTER COMMUNITIES

Learn about the Delta Upsilon Global Service Initiative that offers members a unique opportunity to engage in direct service while uniting Delta Upsilon principles with the customs and cultures of the Negril, Jamaica community. You will come away from this session learning more about the program and how it has developed over the past two years, as well as how your chapter can sponsor a future project. BREAKOUT 5: WHAT IS YOUR CAREER PATH?

Learn how you can use the skills obtained during your time as an undergraduate in Delta Upsilon to create a path for your ideal job. You will come away from this session completing an individual development plan that can help you identify the skills you need for your future career.

SATURDAY 3:15 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

4:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Do you ever wonder: “why does my brother keep doing that?” or “how can we stop his behavior and help?” This session will cover how to implement effective internal standards procedures within your chapter and allow you to re-think how individuals and organizations should be held accountable by creating a values-based process built on the Four Founding Principles. Also during this session you will discuss effective standards procedures, policies, and collaboration with University departments, conduct offices, community resources, and the Delta Upsilon International Headquarters staff.

This session will be a follow-up to Jordan Lotsoff’s Loss Prevention general session. It will address: simple solutions for chapter risk assessment, crisis management procedures, and prevention methods for common claims and lawsuits. This session will be discussion based, and allow for additional questions following the general session. Laura Whitney, director of loss prevention, will also be available directly after the session to discuss unique chapter concerns and loss prevention efforts.

BREAKOUT 1: RETHINKING ACCOUNTABILITY

BREAKOUT 2: THE NAMES LIST DURING THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS

Does your chapter have a names list? Learn how to collect names from your fellow brothers, sororities, and other campus entities with mind joggers and referrals. You will then find out what makes up a names list and how to put it all together. You can get started on making one yourself, and finish it when you go back to your chapter and start recruiting. Material in this session is from the recruitment preconference. Those who attended may see repeated material. BREAKOUT 3: DIVERSITY IN ACTION: BUILDING A CLIMATE OF INCLUSION

This session will provide a forum to discuss best practices in fostering a culture that supports a rich and diverse community of members. You will come away from this session learning and share with other members about their experiences and techniques for creating diversity initiatives to support the mission, vision and principles of Delta Upsilon. BREAKOUT 4: FINANCIAL PLANNING (MAKING YOUR CHAPTER DUES WORK FOR YOU)

Learn how to make sure your chapter is financially sound while planning for future needs that may arise. You will come away from this session learning how your chapter should run a sound budget, collect all money due to the chapter, and use savings to your advantage during times of financial success. BREAKOUT 5: CREATING AND SUSTAINING AN ETHICAL CHAPTER ENVIRONMENT

As leaders and members, we share the responsibility of advancing Delta Upsilon’s core principles and doing the right thing. We are often called upon to be courageous and to be an advocate for what is right, despite the risk of alienating friends or brothers. You will come away from this session knowing how you can handle ethical dilemmas and seek advice on how to resolve problems.

BREAKOUT 1: LOSS PREVENTION: NOW THAT WE KNOW WHAT WE KNOW

BREAKOUT 2: RECRUITING SKILLS

This session is focused on skills used for on-thespot recruitment. We’ll cover several tactics such as developing the sales pitch for your chapter, small activities that work great for recruiting, and how to handle potential negative responses. We will also work on basic communication skills that you can share with your chapter when you are getting ready for recruitment. Material in this session is from the recruitment pre-conference. Those who attended may see repeated material. BREAKOUT 3: IMPLEMENTING CHANGE

This action-oriented session explores the unique challenges faced by those leaders who are tasked with implementing important change initiatives within their chapter or community. You will come away from this session learning a firm sense of what to do next based on where you are in the change process. BREAKOUT 4: THE MIND, BODY, AND SOUL OF THE LEADER

Any leadership position within Delta Upsilon can be rewarding, exciting, and developmental as well as exhausting, challenging, consuming, and stressful. Most chapter leaders would agree that others in their organizations expect a great deal from them, sometimes at the sacrifice of their personal time and commitments. You will come away from this session learning about how you can be more effective and beneficial to your chapter when you are energized by what they are doing and balanced by finding your personal time. BREAKOUT 5: HOW TO RID STEREOTYPES AND PREJUDICES WITHIN YOUR CHAPTER.

Do you have members in your chapter who have stereotypes or reputations? Have cliques formed in your chapter based on different member stereotypes? This session will engage you in a process of identifying what you consider to be the most important dimensions of your own identity and hearing how others can be harmed when being associated with your chapter.


DU Ignite Series is an innovative new program created in 2011 specifically for Leadership Institute. It consists of a series of very short presentations on a variety of topics, followed by 30-minute breakout sessions for participants who would like to spend more time with the speaker discussing that particular topic. The speakers seek to educate and inspire audience members by sharing their fraternal, personal, and professional passions. This year’s presentations include: Josh Katz, Central Florida ’97 Instilling the Principles into Your Family Life Jeff Fuhrman, Northern Iowa ’94 Citizen of the World: Thoughts On Being an International Professional in Our Century John Simpson, Bradley ’08 Brotherhood Stops at the Treasurer’s Door Reid Ricciardi, Purdue ’94 Utilizing a Chapter’s #1 Resource: Alumni Todd Sullivan, Santa Barbara ’95 Travel For Good Kevin Smith, Ohio ’10 Personal Leadership in Today’s Multi-Generational Workforce Corey Mock, North Dakota ’08 Continuing to Live the Ritual After You Graduate Brad Marshall, Central Florida ’01 Marketing Your Fraternity Experience to Potential Employers

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IGNITE SERIES


10 FRATERNITY AND FOUNDATION LEADERSHIP

FRATERNITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Dr. E. Bernard Franklin, Kansas State ’75 President

Richard X. Taylor, North Carolina State ’82 Board Chairman

Malcolm P. Branch, Wisconsin ’69 Secretary

Bruce McKinney, Missouri ’74 Treasurer

Timothy C. Dowd, Oklahoma ’75 Alumni Director

Charles E. Downton III, North Carolina ’66 Alumni Director

Robert D. Fisher, Alberta ’76 Alumni Director

Bradford S. Grabow, DePauw ’85 Alumni Director

Jordan Lotsoff Northern Illinois ’88 Alumni Director

Brian E. Mudrick, Louisville ’82 Alumni Director

Bryan Griffin, Florida ’10 Undergraduate Director

Justin Pierce, Kent State ’11 Undergraduate Director

John W. Duncan, Jr., Oregon State ’00 Alumni Director

FRATERNITY HEADQUARTERS STAFF

Andy Bergman Associate Executive Director of Educational Services

Eric Chamberlain Associate Executive Director of Chapter Services

Stephen DeCarlo, Indiana ’11 Leadership Consultant

Mark Gehrke, Boise State ’11 Leadership Consultant

Karl Grindel Associate Executive Director

Justin Kirk, Boise State ’00 Executive Director

Jean Lloyd Director of Communications

Jana McClees Executive Assistant

Michelle Rebholz Director of Educational Programming

Roslyn Riall Membership Records Coordinator

Michael Taylor, North Carolina State ’10 Leadership Consultant

Zach Thomas, North Florida ’09 Social Media Director

Mary Ellen Watts Senior Staff Accountant

Laura Whitney Director of Loss Prevention

FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS Stephen K. Rowley, Ohio ’65 Chairman

William C. Rappolt, Lafayette ’67 Vice-President Investments

Craig J. Franz, FSC, Ph.D, P. David Franzetta, Bucknell ’75 Michigan State ’70 Vice-Chairman Treasurer Craig R. Milkint, Illinois ’83 Vice-President Development

Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas ’75 Secretary

FOUNDATION STAFF David Schumacher Executive Director

Roy F. Allan, Lehigh ’68 Trustee

John A. Delaney, Florida ’77 Trustee

Gary S. Killips, Alberta ’71 Trustee

James D. McQuaid, Chicago ’60 Trustee

Bruce S. Bailey, Denison ’58 Trustee

Thomas F. Durein, Oregon State ’92 Trustee

Martin Krasnitz, Chicago ’57 Trustee

Robert L. Tyburski, Colgate ’74 Trustee

Anthony B. Cashen, Cornell ’57 Trustee

John R. Eplee, Kansas State ’75 Trustee

Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago ’55 Trustee

Dr. John T. Weisel, Oregon ’48 Trustee

Craig Sowell, Houston ’92 Director of Development

Brandylin Cole Director of Operations


PROVINCE 1

Vacant PROVINCE 2

Kevin Friis, Western Reserve ’09 July 2010 to June 2012

UNDERGRADUATE ADVISORY BOARD PROVINCE 1

Pedro Rivera, Pace ’12 PROVINCE 2

Matthew Morgante, Cornell ’12

PROVINCE 3

PROVINCE 3

Daryl Reisfeld, Rochester ’03 July 2011 to June 2013

Daniel Miller, Lafayette, ’11

PROVINCE 4 (SOUTH)

Alexander Lewis, Central Florida ’11

Joshua Katz, Central Florida ’97 July 2010 to June 2012 PROVINCE 4 (NORTH)

Phil McDaniel, Central Florida ’03 July 2010 to June 2012 PROVINCE 5

Paul Huffman, Iona ’06 July 2011 to June 2013 PROVINCE 6

Matthew Nance, DePauw ’10 July 2010 to June 2012 PROVINCE 7

Kyle Lorts, Western Illinois ’06 July 2011 to June 2017

PROVINCE 4

PROVINCE 5

Edward Walaszewski, Kent State ’11 PROVINCE 6

Aaron Vince, Grand Valley State ’12 PROVINCE 7

Christopher Pudelek, Illinois ’11 PROVINCE 8

Jake Bielawski, Wisconsin ’12 PROVINCE 9

Domingo Coto, Minnesota ’12 PROVINCE 10

PROVINCE 8

James Trenhaile, Nebraska ’13

Colin P. Finn, Iowa State ’05 July 2010 to June 2012

Michael Grossman, Arlington ’13

PROVINCE 9

PROVINCE 11

PROVINCE 12

David Lemon, St. Norbert '08 July 2011 to June 2013

Nicholas Valenziano, San Jose ’12

PROVINCE 10

Tyler West, Oregon State ’13

Frankie Schneider, Wichita ’08 July 2010 to June 2012 PROVINCE 11

Derrick Collins, Carthage '05 July 2011 to June 2013 PROVINCE 12

Brad Marshall, Central Florida ’01 July 2011 to June 2012 PROVINCE 13

Jason Clark, Washington State '01 July 2011 to June 2013

PROVINCE 13

PROVINCE LEADERSHIP 11

PROVINCE GOVERNORS


12 NOTES AND IDEAS

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DELTA UPSILON EMERGING LEADERS EXPERIENCE

EARLY JUNE, 2012

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The Delta Upsilon Emerging Leaders Experience (DUEL) is a five-day inclusive program. This program is uniquely designed to help young leaders prepare to meet the challenges and responsibilities in life and in their chapter.

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Each participant develops his unique leadership strengths and gains an understanding of the shared-values and vision of a chapter leader and dissects the philosophies of the Fraternity’s heritage through activities and discussions.

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By cultivating future chapter leaders early in their Delta Upsilon experience, the Fraternity creates greater potential for both personal and chapter success. This hands-on experience brings a different perspective as each attendee retraces the footsteps of our Founders during a retreat to our founding site at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts.

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WINTER EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE ADVISORS’ ACADEMY JANUARY 6-8, 2012

The academy is designed to help participants: learn and apply best practices in chapter advising; learn best practices in formulating working relationships with members; discover new resources and opportunities available to the chapters and colonies they advise; discover student development theory; and learn new updates and trends in the fraternity system.

PRESIDENTS’ ACADEMY JANUARY 5-8, 2012

The Presidents’ Academy is an officer training program for Delta Upsilon’s newly-elected chapter/colony presidents. This program offers operational and soft-skills training to help prepare presidents to effectively run a Delta Upsilon chapter.

RECRUITMENT SYMPOSIUM JANUARY 5-8, 2012

The Recruitment Symposium is an officer training program for Delta Upsilon’s newlyelected chapter/colony vice presidents of membership recruitment. Participants will learn recruitment models, operational and soft-skills to lead a successful values-based recruitment and selection.

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GLOBAL SERVICE INITIATIVE

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The Delta Upsilon Global Service Initiative (GSI) offers members a unique opportunity to engage in direct service, while uniting Delta Upsilon competencies and principles with the customs and cultures of the Negril, Jamaica community. Members travel to, study in, and work with this community where social and economic conditions are substandard.

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During the global experience, members engage in a variety of cultural, educational, recreational and reflective activities. Participants will roll up their sleeves to build or rebuild in areas of need, teach literacy skills to children and engage in dialogue of social justice with other Delta Upsilon members.

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