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Oklahoma State University Theta chapter annual report
Current Officers for President: Andrew Hale Vice-President: Koby Hunter Secretary: Adam Hawkins Treasurer: Luegenia Ndi
Membership Class 2012 – 19 members Class 2013 – 19 members Class 2014 – 19 members Class 2015 – 21 members
Member selection Applications are sent at the beginning of spring to the top 20% of the class Membership eligibility/acceptance is based solely on academic standing Continued membership is based solely on community service – Members are required to do 12 hours of community service a year Most members greatly exceed this!
Initiation April 12, new members were initiated into the Sigma Sigma Phi attendance Matthew Sullivan, the president of the Theta Chapter, spoke about the expectations and requirements of membership – Our meeting took place at Baxter’s Grill – At this meeting new members learned about the planned community service projects and voted on the officers for SSP
Service Activities Rural Health Fair (Sep. 24, 2011) – Sigma Sigma Phi worked in cooperation with SOMA and the Rural Medicine club to provide health screening stations at the annual Creek County fair.
Service Activities Eugene Fields Health Fair (Spring 2012) – Eugene Fields is a poverty stricken school in the metropolitan area with 99% of the students qualify for the free lunch program – Vision booth: performed vision screens and provided vision information to students about taking care of their eyes Also a sock, underwear, and T-shirt distribution table
Service Activities OSU-CHS Scrub run (Spring 2012) – Sigma Sigma Phi, in conjunction with SOMA, hold an annual 10Km, 5Km and “fun” 1Km run every spring – Scrub run volunteers include: Race marshals Drink/fruit distributers OMM – Money raised is to support Life Share, a transplant organization in Oklahoma promoting tissue and organ donation
Service Activities Oklahoma Blood Institute blood drive: – November 18 th 2011, collected over 30+ units of blood! We hope to do better this year – scheduled for January – February
Academic Activities Welcome to Medical School Power point: – Annual tradition for Sigma Sigma Phi – Power point is a collection of study strategies, tips and a ranking of class resources based on usefulness and presented the first week of school to the new class at OSU-COM. – The goal is to help reduce anxiety for our incoming class of students First year teaching assistants: – Most of our members are Anatomy, Histology or OMM tutors
Academic Activities “Welcome to Second Semester Power Point” Neuroanatomy study tip, tutoring, and pre-lab reviews for first years.
Individual Volunteering Individual volunteering is strongly recommended outside of a sponsored event All of our members regularly volunteer in various other community activities throughout our area.
Planed Upcoming Events Eugene Fields Health Fair Eugene Fields Science Fair “Mini-Med school” Oklahoma Blood Institute blood drive Scrub Run Spring Initiation Dinner for new members