GREEK WEEK 2019
Delta Zeta women always strive for excellence, and we achieved it during this year's Greek Week!
The Pi Chi chapter won 4th place in the annual Greek Tug competition and helped to deliver more than 26,000 canned food items to the Bowling Green Realtors' Association Hope for the Homeless event.
CHAPTER ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS 2019
The Delta Zeta Pi Chi chapter is cementing its reputation as a stellar Greek organization. This year's Chapter Achievement Awards demonstrate our commitment to excellence:
Outstanding Greek Involvement
Outstanding Campus Involvement
Outstanding Chapter Development
Outstanding Scholastic Achievement
ORDER of OMEGA
Our sisters Sarah Caraher and Gamma Chi were selected for the Order of Omega organization, an honor society for members of Greek letter organizations who demonstrate outstanding leadership and service within the Greek community.
Alexis Kent, Gamma Chi, and Gamma Chi were selected for membership in Rho Lambda, an honor society recognizing Panhellenic Leadership.
Our sister Rachel Hunter was selected for the Fullbright US-UK Summer Institute in the United Kingdom. Hunter, a first-year English major, will study British children’s literature at the University of Sussex in Brighton.
“It’s an incredible opportunity to study British literature in the UK where I can get a full sense of the mood of the novels I love.”
Graduating sister Natalie Webb was awarded a fellowship from Princeton in Asia to teach English at Payap University in Thailand for the 2018-19 academic year.
OUTSTANDING OGDEN COLLEGE SENIORS ~ 2018
Rachel Turner was awarded the Fruit of the Loom Mathematics Award and Kaitlyn Weyman was named Outstanding Senior in Psychological Sciences.
GREEK HALL OF FAME
Panhellenic Council was named to the Hall of of Fame in 2019.
Four Delta Zeta members were elected to the WKU Greek Hall of Fame in 2018: Heather Carpenter, Gamma Chi, Ariel Moore, and Erin Waggoner.
Katie Crider, Pi Chi founding member and first president, was named WKU Homecoming Queen in 2017.