Monday, September 08, 2008

Univ. Of Houston Balanced Man Scholarship

Houston Mayor Bill White was the guest speaker at this year's presentation of the Texas Delta chapter's 2008 Balanced Man Scholarship.

Media: Austin Miller/The Daily Cougar
Biology freshman Thomas Frank was awarded the Balanced Man Scholarship by Sigma Phi Epsilon on Thursday.

Mayor Bill White said Thursday night at the Sigma Phi Epsilon's Balanced Man Scholarship Reception that leaders are people who do the best with what they have.

"The best leaders are people who make it happen," White said. "If you're in a tight situation, at school or work, these are the people who make it happen."

Biology freshman Thomas Frank received the $1,000 William "Buck" Caulfield II Balanced Man Scholarship and a letter from Gary C. Kief, chair of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation and President of Stiletto Entertainment.
Frank is a musician and an accomplished scholar, who earned an International Baccalaureate diploma and played varsity athletics all four years of high school.

"My greatest musical achievement was getting to play at Carnegie Hall," said Frank, who wants to study medicine at Johns Hopkins University or Harvard University.
The William "Buck" Caulfield II Balanced Man Scholarship has been awarded to promising incoming freshman from the Delta chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon since 1993. The scholarship is funded by an endowment from William Caulfield, former chapter advisor.
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