The Phi Kappa Tau Awards Committee announced the recipients of the 2014 awards during the 2015 Conclave in Oxford, Ohio. Chairman Cro Skender, Case Western ’00, oversaw the presentation ceremonies.
William H. Shideler Award
Chase Riddle, Louisville ’10
Thomas L. Stennis II Award
Derrick Wildes, Southern Illinois ’08
Greg Hollen Colony President Award
Keaton Smith, Alabama ’14 and
Andrew Freeman, North Texas ’15
Dwight I. Douglass President’s Award
Grant McKenzie, Louisville ’12
Richard Massock Award
Sonny Strange Recruitment Award
Florida and Georgia
Paul Newman Award
Monroe Moosnick Scholarship Trophy
Frederick R. Fletemeyer Prize
Middle Tennessee State
Jack Jareo Award
Jason Crawford Award
Dr. Edgar Ewing Brandon Award
Gary Proud, RIT ’66
Outstanding Colony Advisor Award
Dennis Daniels, Mississippi State ’90 and Michael Tulley
Outstanding Greek Advisor Award
Roland Maxwell Trophy
Roland Maxwell Founders Four
Nebraska Wesleyan, Belmont, Louisville, Central Michigan
Roland Maxwell Scrolls
Nebraska Wesleyan, Louisville, Central Michigan, Belmont,
Ohio State, Mount Union, Washington, RIT
Community Service Scroll
Centre, Mount Union, Kentucky, Nebraska Wesleyan, Bethany, Washington, Akron, Louisville, East Carolina, Central Michigan, RIT, Georgetown, Muskingum, Murray State, West Virginia Tech, College of New Jersey, William Paterson, San Francisco State, Rutgers, Belmont, Illinois-Springfield.
Penn State ($63,269), Florida ($29,961), Louisville ($17,694), Georgia ($17,261), Centre ($10,746), Kentucky ($10,339), Washington ($7,480), Belmont ($7,237), Baldwin Wallace ($6,508), St. Cloud ($6,042), Rutgers ($5,930), Nebraska Wesleyan ($5,894), Mount Union ($5,877),
Rochester ($5,238), Ohio State ($4,911), Cornell ($4,005), Cal Poly-Pomona ($3,700), Chapman ($2,900), Akron ($2,757), Lynchburg ($2,753), Bradley ($2,693), Wright State ($2,552), Ohio ($2,550), Cal State-Chico ($2,550), Purdue ($2,150).
Mount Union, Transylvania, UC Berkeley, Penn State, Nebraska Wesleyan, Cornell, Colgate, Akron, Baldwin Wallace, Louisville, Florida State, Maryland, Southern Illinois, Bradley, Truman State, West Virginia Tech, Longwood, Chapman, Arizona, Virginia Tech, Belmont, Lynchburg.
Mount Union, Transylvania, Kentucky, Purdue, Penn State, Florida, Auburn, Cornell, Colgate, Baldwin Wallace, Oklahoma State, Georgia, Maryland, Central Michigan, Bradley, Old Dominion, Texas State, Cal Poly-Pomona, William Paterson, Clemson, Virginia Tech, Belmont.
Order of the Star
Centre, Kentucky, Purdue, Bethany, Case Western, Florida, Akron, Baldwin Wallace, Georgia, Cal State-Chico, Cincinnati, Wright State, Virginia Wesleyan, Rutgers, Saginaw Valley State, Lynchburg.