June 6, 2013

Markus Dubischar – 2013 Lafayette College Delta Upsilon Distinguished Mentoring and Teaching Award Winner

MarkusDubischarProfLAFDUDistingMenAward13Markus Dubischar, associate professor of foreign languages and literatures, is the recipient of the Lafayette College Delta Upsilon Distinguished Mentoring and Teaching Award at the Faculty and staff Distinguished Teaching, Scholarship, and Service Annual Awards Banquet on May 24th, 2013. 

541021_10151398910770692_1002004602_nThe award was established in 2000 by alumni of the Lafayette chapter of Delta Upsilon fraternity on the 115th anniversary of its founding. It recognizes members of the faculty for distinctive and extraordinary teaching through mentoring, which may include advising, undergraduate research, independent study, or any of the many one-on-one mentoring activities that take place in a student-centered learning environment.

Faculty and Staff Saluted for Distinguished Teaching, Scholarship, and Service at Annual Awards Banquet

Outstanding professors and other members of the Lafayette community were honored tonight for distinguished teaching, scholarly research, and service to the College at the annual pre-Commencement awards dinner. See the full story….

Delta Upsilon Distinguished Mentoring and Teaching Award Presented to Chawne Kimber Associate Professor of Mathematics 2012

DeltaUpsilonCrestDelta Upsilon (ΔΥ)is the sixth oldest international, all-male, college Greek-letter organization, and is the oldest non-secret fraternity in North America. Founded on November 4, 1834, at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Lafayette College Chapter was founded on May 30th, 1885.

The Fraternity’s motto is “Dikaia Upotheke” in Greek – “Δικαια Υποθηκη” – which means “Justice, Our Foundation.” The motto was adopted in 1858. Until this time, the motto of the Williams Chapter, “Ouden Adelon” – meaning “Nothing Secret,” was used.

“The objects of this Fraternity shall include the promotion of friendship, the exertion of moral influence, the diffusion of liberal culture, and the advancement of equity in college affairs. It shall be non-secret.

The current text of the Four Founding Principles is:

  • The Promotion of Friendship
  • The Development of Character
  • The Diffusion of Liberal Culture
  • The Advancement of Justice

 

 

 

 

 

 

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