A Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation scholarship to recognize:
"Brothers Helping Brothers”
A new and innovative endowment has been established in the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation to recognize and encourage the special relationship Sigma Phi Epsilon makes possible between its Brothers.
This new endowment was established with a $200,000 cash gift from James L. Clayton, Tennessee ’57, in appreciation of Brother Wallace C. Doud, Wisconsin ’48. The endowment will provide $10,000 in undergraduate scholarships each year to SigEp Brothers who, in their personal relationship and interaction with another SigEp Brother, exemplify the relationship two SigEp Brothers, Wally Doud and Jim Clayton, developed 13 years ago.
Nominations are now being accepted for the inaugural recipient(s) who will be named this fall. Every Brother and friend of Sigma Phi Epsilon is encouraged to search out worthy Brother to Brother relationships that exemplify the special bond and opportunities our Fraternity makes possible. Your nomination can be made by simply submitting the online form - click on this link Doud Clayton Award Nomination.
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Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation