Each year, Pi Kappa Phi recognizes its exceptional leaders with its trio of summer awards, given to undergraduate members who exceed the expectation to embraces their role as a leader, puts service before self and improves the world around them. The fraternity is proud to recognize its 2020 undergraduate summer award recipients.
Interfraternal Leader of the Year Award
Stephen Greep, Alpha Epsilon (Florida)
As a student leader, Stephen served his chapter as both secretary and archon and now serves as the IFC President at the University of Florida. As IFC President, he oversees a council of 24 chapters and over 2,600 fraternity men. During his time as IFC President, he created Thrive IFC, the council’s first initiative centered around wellness and brotherhood support for the community, and has also started to refocus the council’s efforts towards Sexual Assault Prevention Education.
Howard H. Baker Leadership Award
Luke Turner, Kappa Delta (Florida Atlantic)
As student body president, Luke wrote and established legislation for mental health, student safety, diversity & inclusion, and campus involvement. In addition to serving as Philanthropy Chairman for his chapter, he was involved in two different professional fraternities outside of Pi Kappa Phi, and he was inducted in the Ad Astra Society in 2019. Additionally, Luke has been involved as the Head Delegate for Florida Atlantic University’s Leon Charney Diplomacy Program delegation, representing Florida Atlantic in Washington, D.C. and supervising a group of 75 student delegates for the National Model United Nations Conference in Washington, DC.
Phillip M. Summers Student of the Year Award
Patrick Lucitt, Delta Delta (Truman State)
Patrick is a Pi Kapp College for Emerging Leaders graduate, a past Archon and Secretary, a two–term member of the Council of Archons, and a two–time Pi Alpha. He not only participated in these programs, but also went on to serve in leadership roles as the Project Manager for Build America, as an intern for Pi Kapp College for Emerging Leaders, and most recently served as the student representative to our Nominating Committee. In addition to his service to Pi Kappa Phi and The Ability Experience, he also served his campus as the IFC President.