INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana – Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity joins the North-American Interfraternity Conference in honoring Joshua I. Chodor, Omega (University of Missouri) 2019 with an Undergraduate Award of Distinction.
The Undergraduate Award of Distinction seeks to recognize fraternity men who have found in their experience an outlet for developing as both a leader and a better man. The recipients are those who embody the values of their fraternity and expect the same from those with whom they associate.
Josh Chodor is committed to the interfraternal experience on the University of Missouri campus. He served as the IFC Vice President of Risk Management, a role that gave him the opportunity to oversee a number of firsts, like the creation of the IFC Judicial Board in conjunction with the university, co-leading the IFC’s first new member orientation and establishing town hall meetings. This service earned him a spot on an influential university working group that developed recommendations related to hazing prevention and member education. Brother Chodor also served as president of the Omega Chapter, overseeing the transition from colony to chartered chapter in the group’s 100th anniversary year.
“Josh was and is an exceptional advocate for the value of the fraternity/sorority community, and I believe that he made significant contributions to helping the University of Missouri’s fraternity and sorority life become a national model of excellence,” a nominator wrote.
Zeta Beta Tau sends its congratulations to all to all NIC Award of Distinction Honorees.