Presentation on theme: "“…To encourage and develop a spirit of emulation among students in dentistry, and to recognize in an appropriate manner those who shall distinguish themselves."— Presentation transcript:
“…To encourage and develop a spirit of emulation among students in dentistry, and to recognize in an appropriate manner those who shall distinguish themselves by a high grade of scholarship."
Resolution presented to the faculty of Northwestern University Dental School, June 26, 1913 by the founding students- A.E. Hurt E. Soucek R.H. Jirka
WHEREAS, the class of 1914 of the Northwestern University Dental School is desirous of organizing and founding a national honorary Greek letter fraternity similar to other honorary Greek letter fraternities now existing in the leading universities of the United States, but for dental students exclusively, admission and membership to which shall be based entirely upon scholarship and character as manifested by election of the faculty of the respective colleges in which said fraternity shall be organized, and …
WHEREAS, certain members of the class of 1914 of the Northwestern University Dental School, to wit- A.E. Hurt, R.H. Jirka and E. Soucek, have planned to carry out the desire of the class aforesaid and to ascertain the attitude of the faculty in the above matter and to secure their approval, assent, co- operation and advice in the organization and founding of the aforesaid fraternity, therefore be it…
RESOLVED, that the founders above named present their plans for the organization and foundation of the aforesaid fraternity to the faculty of the Northwestern University Dental School for the purpose of ascertaining their attitude and securing their aid, co-operation, advice and consent to the founding of said fraternity, and be it further resolved that copies of these resolutions, together with a brief draft of the proposed constitution of said fraternity, be delivered to the members of the faculty of Northwestern University Dental School, and be it further…
RESOLVED, that the said founders make a report of their acts and work in the above matter and of the attitude of the faculty in this regard as soon as possible. A.E. Hurt E. Soucek R.H. Jirka