By Beth Flynn
Trevor Clark, president of the Delta Chi chapter of UNO’s Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, was named to the International Supreme Council during the Pi Kappa Alpha International Convention held Aug. 3-7.
More than 208 members applied for this honor and Clark was one of the two undergrads selected.
The International Supreme Council consists of 210 international chapters who elect 200 grads to serve as the board for the council. The board consists of an alum president, vice president, legal counselors and two undergraduates.
“It’s an honor to be elected, I’m looking forward for a unique opportunity and traveling a lot,” Clark said.
Being named to the Council is the highest honor within the fraternity that can be awarded to undergraduates.
Clark, a senior, is currently majoring in management information systems and is involved in a number of organizations.
He is also a part of the Inter-Fraternity Council, which oversees some greek fraternities on campus.
With a GPA of 3.96, he is involved in many honors societies and programs.
“I’m not sure what to expect of this, but I am looking forward to it,” Clark said.