Director of student activities facilitator at interfraternity conference

Sharon Jackson, director of student activities and orientation, was a facilitator for one of the 14 sessions at the Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI) earlier this month. Only about 250 fraternity and sorority life campus and headquarter professionals from around the world were selected.

For 28 years, UIFI has proved an experience for collegiate fraternity and sorority members with education, motivation, awareness, and skill-building that will help them to elevate their chapter, councils and communities. Maitlin Arts ’19 of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, and Tierouviel Marsha Somé ‘19 of Ripon, Wisconsin, attended as student participants.


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