FSC Greek Life director receives National Theta Chi Fraternity award
LAKELAND, Fla. (Jan. 8, 2008) – Amanda Dunivan, director of Greek life at Florida Southern College, has received the Floyd W. Field Award for Outstanding Greek Affairs Professional. The award, commissioned by the Grand Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity, honors an outstanding Greek affairs professional for commitment to and support of the ideals of Greek student life.
Dunivan graduated from Florida Southern in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and earned her master’s from Florida State in higher education in 2002. She worked at Belmont University in Nashville for four years as the coordinator of student organizations and Greek life, returning to Florida Southern in 2006 as the director of Greek life.
The award is named in honor of Floyd Field, the first initiate of the Alpha Nu Chapter at Georgia Tech Institute of Technology. Field created the first representative student government and established the first dean of men position at Georgia Tech.
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