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D. Reid Weedon, Jr. '41 Alumni/ae Relations Award

D. Reid Weedon, Jr. '41 Alumni/ae Relations Award

The D. Reid Weedon, Jr. ’41 Alumni/ae Relations Award is presented to the fraternity, sorority, or independent living group that has promoted the greatest interactions between its members and alumni.

For a more complete description and to nominate an organization for the D. Reid Weedon, Jr. '41 Alumni/ae Relations Award please visit the Alumni Association webpage.

Past Winners

2017

  • First Place - Sigma Kappa
  • Second Place - Delta Tau Delta
  • Third Place - Theta Tau

2016

  • First Place- Zeta Beta Tau
  • Second Place – Zeta Psi
  • Honorable Mention Phi Beta Epsilon and Alpha Delta Phi

2015

  • First Place- Zeta Beta Tau
  • Second Place – Alpha Chi Omega
  • Honorable Mention – Phi Beta Epsilon

2014

  • First Place- Alpha Chi Omega
  • Second Place – Zeta Psi
  • Honorable Mention – Sigma Kappa

2013

  • First Place- Alpha Chi Omega
  • Second Place - Chi Phi
  • Honorable Mention - Kappa Sigma
  • Honorable Mention - Sigma Chi

2012

  • Kappa Alpha Theta
  • Theta Delta Chi
 

Daniel Reid Weedon, Jr. graduated from MIT in 1941 with an S.B. in engineering. Since that time, he has worked tirelessly as a volunteer on behalf of MIT and with the Alumni Association. Mr. Weedon was a past president of the Alumni Association, held most of the major offices in the Association, and provided leadership for various Association activities. In addition, Mr. Weedon was a leader in the MIT Alumni Interfraternity Conference and was a founder of MIT’s Independent Residence Fund, which helps independent living groups renovate and improve their facilities. He was first an alumni member and later a life member of the MIT Corporation.

 

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