Four alumni were recently presented the Taylor A. Borradaile Alumnus Award for outstanding achievement in their respective fields of endeavor. Honored Founder Borradaile, Miami ’06, found careers as an educator, lawyer and chemist. Before he was a graduate of Miami University, he was involved in campus leadership and marketing an idea for the Non-Fraternity Association. Fitting that each of the four recipients is bestowed this honor for their successful accomplishments in area’s reflective of those that encompassed the life’s work of Founder Borradaile.
- Honorable Lee Solomon, Muhlenberg ’72, is currently a New Jersey Associate Supreme Court Justice.
- Christopher Duke, Rutgers ’93, is the Senior Vice President and Chief Operations Officer of Advaxis Immunotherapies.
- Dr. Stephen Rupprecht, Oswego ’91, is the Assistant Dean of Student Conduct and Community Standards at Drexel University
- Anthony Marucci Jr., Mississippi State ’89, is the Vice President for Client Strategy and Development with Artcraft Health.
A hearty congratulations to each of these recipients. Each of these brothers has certainly advanced recognition of Phi Kappa Tau as Men of Distinction.
Look for individual profiles in the coming weeks on these recipients. About the award: named after honored Founder Borradaile, the certificate is given after a submitted application is vetted by the Fraternity’s awards committee and then receives a vote of approval from the National Council.
Pictured (Left to Right): Mike Dovilla, Baldwin Wallace ’94, Anthony Marucci Jr., Mississippi State ’89, Dr. Stephen Rupprecht, Oswego ’91, Christopher Duke, Rutgers ’93 and Honorable Lee Solomon, Muhlenberg ’72.