Sigma-Xi Chapter at St. Norbert College

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St. Norbert College

Sigma-Xi Chapter at St. Norbert College
Founded: May 5, 1990
City: De Pere
State: WI
Zip Code: 54115
Phone: 920-358-0767
Website: tkesigmaxi.wordpress.com/
Prytanis (Chapter President): Jonathan Carroll
Board of Advisor Chairman: James Rohde
Chapter Advisor: John Neary
Chapter Email:
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Membership

New
Initiates

4

Current
Chapter Size

26

Total Lifetime
Members

287

Achievements

Lifetime Chapter
Awards Received

21

St. Jude Dollars
Raised (Since June)

1040.00

Life Loyal
Tekes

5

TKE Educational
Foundation Donors

16

Recent News

TKE Nation Scorecards

Published On: 4/22/2013

UPDATED - Where does your group rank in TKE Nation? Below you will find each Chapter and Colony ranked in order of their Key Result Area's (KRA's). These rankings are based on the Chapter or Colony's "Scorecard" percentage.

Meet Fraters Aaron Rodgers & Graham Harrell

Published On: 1/6/2012

GREEN BAY, Wisc. - In the 18th hour of the fifth day in 2012, two great men joined Tau Kappa Epsilon. Fraters Aaron Rodgers and Graham Harrell, both quarterbacks for the NFL's Green Bay Packers, were initiated into the Sigma-Xi Chapter at St. Norbert College.

Tekes Make Their Mark on 'Nawlins

Published On: 8/9/2009

"I'm amazed at the amount of work the Tekes accomplished in less than a half a day," said John Hopper, Chief Development Officer & Director of Public Affairs for New Orleans City Park. The more than 600 men team tackled the early morning heat, humidity, and the occasional fire ant hill clearing brush along Bayou St. John and spreading mulch along the path in Couturie Forest.

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