|Michael A. McRee Fraternal Values Award|
The Michael A. McRee Fraternal Values Award is presented annually to a chapter of the Fraternal Values Society that demonstrates excellence in illuminating the central values that guided the historical founding of general fraternities and sororities in the incorporation of these values into the contemporary fraternity and sorority experience, locally and/or on a national-level. One award is presented at each regional fraternal leadership conference. To be eligible for this award, a Fraternal Values Society Chapter must be in good standing and complete the award application. We will open this process soon, so please check back.
About the Award
Michael A. McRee is a member of Sigma Nu fraternity and former IFC President from Kansas State University. As a professional, Mike has worked for the North-American Interfraternity Conference, the University of Oregon, LeaderShape, and Delta Upsilon fraternity. Mike was awarded the Jack L. Anson Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA) in 2007 for his commitments to the fraternal movement. Mike is a former Assistant Executive Director of the Mid-American Greek Council Association (MGCA) assisted leading the association through its merger with the Western Region Greek Association (WRGA) to form AFLV, for which he also served as Assistant Executive Director. Mike was instrumental in the creation of the Fraternal Values Society (FVS), campus-based society that exists to illuminate the central values of fraternities and sororities.