Beta Beta at Louisville

Founded on Friday, May 30, 1947

Located in the Bluegrass East domain.

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Additional Information for Beta Beta at Louisville

Success Manager: Brandon Lewis, Middle Tennessee State '15

Domain Director: Michael Gabhart, Georgetown '95

Recent Beta Beta at Louisville Stories on Phi Tau News

  • Riddle Named Aston Fellow at t...
    Chase Riddle, Louisville ’10, has been selected as the Aston Fellow at the George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C. As such he will be the Head Resident at Aston Hall that is set aside for first-year law students and will serve as the liaison between those students and ... read more
  • Maxwell Trophy Returns to Loui...
    The Beta Beta chapter at Louisville has grown in the past half-decade. A lot. The growth isn’t the result of some fluke, anomaly or only one group of exceptional recruitment chairmen. Instead, the increase in membership can directly be attributed to concerted chapter efforts. What is most impressive is it ... read more
  • Hall of Fame 2016 Inductees
    Phi Kappa Tau depends on the character and commitment of alumni to lead by example. During the Centennial Celebration, Phi Kappa Tau introduced the Hall of Fame to recognize alumni who are truly distinguished in their fields of endeavor. The 2016 Hall of Fame class includes numerous military leaders, business ... read more
  • Louisville Receives Paul Newma...
    During the 62nd National Convention in Sacramento, Calif. the Beta Beta chapter at University of Louisville received the Paul Newman Award. The Paul Newman Award is presented annually to the chapter that raises the most money for the SeriousFun Children’s Network. The award is named for Paul Newman, a 1943 ... read more
  • Chapters Named Maxwell Chapter...
    The Maxwell Scrolls are presented to the chapter that meet Maxwell Expectations on the Borradaile Challenge. This distinction is named for Roland Maxwell, a 1921 initiate of Pi chapter at the University of Southern California, who authored the Creed of Phi Kappa Tau and served as National President from 1934 ... read more

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