Thomas Arkle Clark Award
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Thomas Arkle Clark was head of the University of Illinois Department of Rhetoric in 1895 when he helped organize ATO's Gamma Zeta chapter and was its first initiate. Seven years later, he was named dean of men, the first in America to have that title. "Unofficially, he won the title of Keeper of the University's Conscience through his insistence on high ethical and moral standards" records the ATO Story. He did likewise for ATO as Worthy Grand Chief, High Council member, Educational Advisor, and Brother. Brother Clark was nationally known in the early part of the century for his efforts developing the modern Greek system.

      

       
The Thomas Arkle Clark Award annually recognizes Alpha Tau Omega's most outstanding senior candidates for undergraduate degrees. It was established as an incentive for young brothers to seek excellence in scholarship, leadership, service, and the personal qualities of character, integrity, and responsibility.

Click the link to download the 2013-14 Thomas Arkle Clark Award Application.


Thomas Arkle Clark Award
  • 2013 Thomas Arkle Clark Honoree

  • 2013 Runner-Up

  • 2013 Honorable Mention

  • 2012 Thomas Arkle Clark Honoree

  • 2012 Runner-Up

  • 2012 Honorable Mention

  • 2011 Thomas Arkle Clark Honoree

  • 2011 Runner-Up

  • 2011 Honorable Mention

  • 2010 Thomas Arkle Clark Honoree

  • 2010 Runners-Up

  • 2010 Honorable Mention

  • Previous Thomas Arkle Clark Honorees

 
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